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THREE NOIABLE WOiMEN,
How Belva Lockwood, Kate Field and Mary A. Livermore Strike the Beholder. As the First Grows Older She Adopts the Kittenish Ways' of the Summer Girl. Little Kate Field and the Pride she Takes in Her Neat Boots-Masculine Mrs. Livermore. Three women who have achieved or have had various degrees of fame thrust upon them were unconsciously grouped one day this week and made a curious study, says a Washington letter in the Chicago Post. The most noticeable in point of size, as well as for the peculiar form of notoriety which surroands her, was Mrs. Belva Lockwood. Wherever this would-be president appears there is alwas a little ripple of curiosity and surprise. Mrs. Lockwood has changed as tonishingly since her face became familiar several years ago in street transparencies and political show bills. Her hair was then a yellowish white and dressed a I Lydia Pinkham. Now it is a deep, rich brown, suggestive of restoratives, though the lady t herself accounts for it in a miraculous sort of way, saying that her whitened locks I dropped oat and were replaced by nature's own hand by a plentiful growth of rich brown hair. This she has banged in front and puffed behind until she has almost lost any resemblance to the Belva of old. Those who fancy that the woman's rights bee in a feminine bonnet robs her of all instinct for wishing to be attractive makes a mistake, The carrying out of the desire is usually lamentable, but i the effort is usually visible. In Mrs. Look wood's case she has evidently fallen into the snare of the dress reformer too, for her dress is made on reform principles, and she is guiltless of corset or shaping steel. Be- t ing a woman of considerable avoirdupois, the billowy effect produced between the waist and the chin is more striking than at tractive. In manner this woman leader is extremely volatile, and when observed she I usually adopts the kittenish graces that are supposed to be relegated to the kingdom of i the summer siri. Taken altogether, she is , an odd combination of the embalmed youth I and vivified old age. A most complete contrast to this capa cious style of woman is a wizy, tightly built little body, who, with bandboxy style and quick birdlike motions, gives a sug gestion of a feminine Ingalls, with meore re pose of manner, however, and still more dignity, perhaps, than falls to the lot of the statesman. Who is the little lady? Why, the doughty Kate Field, to be sure. How little she looks likes her name, which seems suggestive of big lines, Junoesque c contours, coal-black eyes and hair. On the s contrary, she is a "wee nippy" of a woman, the only large thing about her being her ideas and ambitions. She looks more like a placid little grandmother than anything else. In her thin face are innumerable wrinkles, making a perfect spidery network, the result of the daily I Turkish bath she has taken for years and years. Her hair has whitened beyond an iron gray and her dark gray eyes are fading in color, but are losing none of their fire. She has a large mouth, which, when she talks, impresses one as being unusually I fall of the whitest teeth. She is the daint iest kind of a woman. Her nails are mani cured, her hair looks like an aitist's model, her go-wnk are of thelatest cut and her bon- i nets look fresh from a Paris shop. Her I laces make many a collector's heart beat I with envy. If Kate Field has a weakness I imagine it is her feet, and they are certainly worth at is her feet, and they are certainly worth at tention. Slim and delicate, with arching instens that water would flow under, they are always dressed to look like a picture. Dress reformers or hygienio ranters would shriek if they could see her on the street. The softest and finest of shoes, with heels built up high-not French heels, mind you, but straight, stilt like heals, such as one sees on Turkish pattens, end which gives her the mincing gait of the dames of oli, which is really charming in this era of striding wo men. In rainy weather she wears boots! Not rubber boots, but regularly made boots. with high tops, in every way like a man's, except in the quality of the leather, whicl is much finer and a more ennuly fitting, ankle. They are wonderful little things. It is a treat to see her feet in slippers. I heard her sing a Spanish song at a news boy's benefit, when she was most appropri ately dressed without being masqueraded. Her feet were a picture in old-fashioned Spanish slippers of shiny black, high heels and big silver buckles that covered the en tire instep. She can entertain a miscellaneous com pany in more ways probably than any wo man in America. From a lecture to a par lor dance she is inimitable. She can repre sent an English ande or a Spanish girl equally well, and her age drops from her like a cloak. Why do not more women grow old daintily? The figure that completed the trio was Mrs. Mary A. Livermore, a woman with a strong mind and voice. In her that love liest of things in a woman, a voice low and sweet, has emanoipated itaelf into a gut teral masculine. 'Jhe grip if her hand is strong anld tenun, lile a mian's, and she has the quick, businesslike way of disposing of the people who greet her that would be a gift to a president of the United States. In fact, everything about h.er, erxc.pt the fact that she wears gowns and long hair, smacks of masculinity. For all this Mrs. Livermiore is decidedly domtestic in her tastes. She said to a friend the other day that she did not like any iomprovement that interfeied with the sacredness of family life, for she _1-L __ 1bIS JULY 25 THE ::: w * RAILROAD * BARKE TO\TNSIT E PRICE OF LOTS $150 TO $700, will be Completed Into Barerby COMPANY : : : Will commence thesale of thelots in the Bar- An advance will POSITIVELY be made in the ker Townsite on the 25th dty (A July, i89iato the following places: the 2 ay Jly, g price of lots on AUGUST 10, of $50 per Lot. 9 Helena, at the ofice of JAS. P. PORTER his is positive, and no will sold the Barer has the assurance of Power Block. This is positive, andno lots will be sold at the Great Falls, at oflice of TIJOS. AlIAGAN. iBarker has the assurance of Barker, at oilice of T aW.V ITIIO ON. i first list price after that date. being one of the best ore produc Maps can now he seen at any of the above ----- ---------- -- ing camps in Montana, new places, and selections made, by which intendinn strikes being made daily. An purchasers will receive first choice of any lots selected, on piayment of In per cent of the pur- PW R BULO o LL bsr t erto til Tchase miyls I 1 be One- hird cash, bal- I will be furnished free with the ance 6 and 12 months, at 7 per cent. deed on final payment. ...... ........ .. .... --- - L-- ---------------- ,._- - - . believes thoroughly in the developina anc educating influence of marriage and domes. tic ties. She railed against the eurreul realistie novels most emphatically, Mrs Livermore is not particularly attractive She gowns herself quietly and elegantly, She wears an imported water-wave of yel lowisah gray, which gives her hair a decided. ly wispy appearance. Over this she usually fastens i large square of lace not unlike a pin-cushion cover. It is on the platform where she is seen to the best advantage, for there are times when distance lends en ohantment to the view. ,JUMPED INTO THE SEWER. A Unique Performance Added to the An nals or Buicide In New York. In the annals of suicide the mode of self destruction adopted by the unknown man who on Wednesday evening pulled up a manhole cover at Third avenue and Twen ty-sixth strbet and jumped into the sewer is absolutely unique, says the New York Recorder. So far, a thorough search of the sewer has failed to reveal the man's body, and not the slightest clue to his identity has been found. It was about 8:30 on Wednesday night that Mrs. Mary H(earne, hurrying across the street in the rain to her home at 211 East Twenty--sixth street, saw a man clad in dark clothing lift the manhole on the south side of the street, about twenty feet from the cor:'?e. and leap in feet first, orying: "Here I go!" Mrs. Kearns and three young men who were standing in the doorway of 3t1. East Twenty-sixth street ran to the manhole and peering down into the sewer fourteen feet below, distinctly heard the man shuffling in the shallow water that flowed sluggishly toward Third avenue. The young men ran to the engine house in Twenty-eighth street and roturned with Capt. Nugent and Fireman Pearl. The lat ter descended the manhole and found a battered derby hat near the foot of the shaft. The foul air compelled him to abandon a further search. Early yesterday morning two gangs of expert sewermen started out under charge of Chief inspector William Llein and Fore mon Thomas Little and Patrick Leahy. Soon after entering the sewer Patrick Leahy found a pair of brogan shoes about forty feet east of the manhole. They were almost new and evidently been in the water only a few hours. The Third avenue sewer is infested with large rats, and the police believe that the man may have been eaten alive. All dirorders causred by a bilions state of the eys'em can h cured bd ur in:l('atrt r's Little Liver L'ill. No pain. Erinidg ora discomfort attending their use. 'ry theom. Hlow to Prevent Roughness of the Skin. During cold, dry, windy weather this anestion npitates the mind of every lady in the land who orizes a smooth, soft akin. There is nothing more harmless and effect ive than Wisdom's Violet )ream for pro venting and eradicating the ill effects of severe weather. Try it. THE MAKLiETS. FTOCKP Frw YOR., July 25.-B-ar silver, 1.00)4., ('opper --Weaker; lake. $12.50. Lead--Nominal; domestic, $4.:17!. There was a strong opening of the stock ma ket, followed by gains in the railroad list, ex cept Burlinaton. Union l'acific and St. Paul scored the largest gains. 'The close was firm at about the best prices for the day. Union 1Pacific is up 1. Governments-Dull. Petroleum-Closing t7 i . Closing ('losing 1T. S. 4s reg........ 117 Nortiwerfarn pref 1:2 Ui. S. 4s cont....117 New York (SOntral.. 99%, 1. 8. 414s reg...... 104t2 Oregon Imp ....... 20 U. S. 4 ', cetlrou.. lt () Orgon Na ....... N i9 l'aific s........ 109 North American .. 13 Atchion................ '1 'cifi Mail....... 114 K(anadsa PIa....... ' Heardino.......... 20 ianadas oouthoern.. 47". Rock tlrandU...... 73 i 'entrtl I'aeitic .. 317 it. 'rnal ....... .... i73 Burlington . .... : u t. al Ortmahia. "L22t D & l. (.. pry!.. 43' lcxans P':actic ..... 12 4 Lack. & Western.. a tei Union Palific .... 4271i Erie .....h ......... 18 1, . . . xpress..... '51 ianos & Texas .... 15, Forgo Eo:xtrosse.... 10 Lake Shoroe.... . 0S'.i tie tern Unison.... 19) L'ville , Na I ..... 7:1i Ameri. ('otton Oil. 21 liichigtl (entral. 87 'TeLrminal......... 1 ihii.sottri l'acti.., . Oregonll Short Line 221' N. P. pref ........, 4t . if. (.l - .Pretp...... 2o 7 Northwestern ..... 10'4 1. I(. W. lta..... 74' Money on call easy: clored offered at 2 per cent. I rime mercantile taper iunchangt . Sterling each aug firm; sixty-day bhies, $4.814'; demand, $1i.1 .t. 'CHICAGO CAT'PA'!lC. C'tItrcO o. July 22.-Cattle--heaint., 11.090; slow. '.stk tt lower:; pri, to extra steers $t.00ttf't25; o hors. 65.tf0' .;s f Texans, b 2.l" .1.2t: ttockors atd yeertinge,$2.i52;. (1ocs---l'cidts. 2;,.1100; n0ark1..: opened steady, elos:ng we:tk. f0f,25c. flower; rough "0.4t;0 mixed and tarkecr, $5.It 5.40; pIrire heavy antl ettchcr' weights. ?5.5(1(05.tA;; sarmnt 1igist,,$5.tiU ewe', .:s.75st.tn; nix.d ni wethors. $i.754 5.1. sext n., .t.12',-tl4.50; Western, 4,70. (' t('AtO) PRIOD UCIF Cnrrooo. July 22. -- ('hfte - Wheet, steady; cash, 2'4e; September, S7,.t.587:-,c. ('orn--teady' ceast, 61t c4n : SHpteet ber. 5I'4. Oats -Firm: cash, 410; t.ll'. tuober, 27.7c. sarley- Nominahl; tir 'i7t. lnork -Steady cast,, $ll.50 o11.55: Fetnmhber, 911.0 ft Lardl--teady;c cash. $r.1t0ft.21t.2'5; Se.fember, Shirt risl -Steady: cash, $6.75x 80h; Septem ber Ot;... ,, ti.!tft ,' Short clear --$7.lt.i 7 3k Shce ldeors--c5.7ts ft5.7. WANTED Total Ihs-,u, of CITIES, COUNTIES, SCHOOL DISTRICTS, WATER COMPANIES, ST, R.R.COMPANIES,otc. ,'orer.pondtscno sulfeit.fd. N,W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 161' 165 Dearborn Street, CHICACO. 15 Well Street, NEW YORK. O70 State St.. BOSTON. ANN AI Mi KItIN,. 'If1IE ANN1 Al, MEETl S ee ietfth.o rockls'tl s of ihe thvcky lurk Town an-I :.leltrit t-t .ett. s will Is he':d at lthi oiti-e ol W.trd A rlitith, tfh. (,ic, uf stid '..ops tt3, of I .f'l's.', ttl-tttatsa, ntt l tht " o 'yt. 'f, t SAMUiih \VIIll), Fr sideIt. SSecretary. SHmLP WANTEDW-FIMAL. ]W~rr--------:-.--A G --.-o .U........ sat xu;--- WNTe-A OOD IOUSE SSBBVAN1 4I HELP WANTIED-MALBE. WANTED - AN IdXPERIENCED WATCOu r m V aker manoo¶enffr lone butfimt2 Solas workmen need apply. AddreeM W.t ichloardson, Mlieola, Mont. 7ANTEO?-AGEN.TS-FREE PREPAID OUT fit to energetic men. Nevaral of our salee. men hare earned from $70 to 100 a week for years mrst. P. 1. box -1171l New York. WANTED-TWO YOUING MEN AS NEWd adents. Apply to Northern News Co., N. r. depot. HELP WANTED-MISOELLANEOUS. IANTED-C(HANDLER WANTS MAN AND wife for a mine, one ranochman, two blacksmiths. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE. ITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG WOMAN to work by the day at any kind of work. Call or address Mir. Perot, 222 Broadway. SITUATION WANTED -- TO DO HOUSE work or place in dinining room. Address B. Y., this otfice. SITUATION WANTED-TO DO SEWING IN private families. ('an cut and fit bymen-s ore. Bslt of reference from ilit employer. Ad dress or call 0i3 llreckonridge street. TITUA'T ION WANTED--BY YOUNG LADY in a fruit store. Address L. IH., Indepen dent otlico. SITUATION WANTED-AS SALEvSLADY, Strimmer, or will take entire charge of millin ery department. First-olchs reference furnished. Adldreos Mlies E. J. 'ruers, 1t Crystal street. Elgin, Ill. SITUATION WANTED--BY A FIItST-CLASS hontoekeepr: for a ranch or for a widower. Address 315 Ninth avenue. ITUATION WANTED--BY MIDI.LE-AGED woman as 0ook ill a Ptrivet family" city or country. Address iMrs. J. Hl.. city potofllioe. FITUIATIONS WVANTED--MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE. QITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG MAN vwlho is going to school wants to work for board. Address W. T., care ludoeoendont. SITUATION WANTED-AS BOOKKFEPEIR or hard work: invoice clerk. Can furnish A 1 references. Address F. IL, this oi.:lo. S IT UATION WANEDI)-- Y YOUNG IIAN OF ninete.n. in ol.e or store. wvillini to work, brest of references. Address 19 this office. BOARD AND RtOOM OFFERED. UA ANTED--('IIILDREN TO BOARlD; GOOD care given; ir27 Missoula avenue. BOARDERS WANTED AT 1511 WALNUT street, near N. P. depot. LOR IIENT--ROOSI IN PRIVATE FAMILY with hoard at 505 Ewing street. L'OR ItENT--217 EIGHTH AVENUE. PLEAS ant furnishid rooms. First-clasa tablh board FOR tEN'I'--THIIEE FURNISHED ROOMS with or without board, No. 19 North Benton avenue. l011 RENT--NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS I' with board, at 58 Bouth RoHdney street. BOARD-FIRST-CLASiS BOARD $o PER • week. 119 ltodney street. TrNANTED-TWO YOUNG GENTLEMEN room and board $20 per month. No. .03 Fifth avenue. FOR RENT-FURNTSHED ROOMS. FOR RI'NT--NICELY FURNISHED F) IOOMS en .buite with loath; very deoirablo, conven ient to, tfirt-class hoard, 33 Ililldale streelt. F ORl IENT''--IFURNISHIED FRONT ROOM; f rtr.tloor, $10. 352 Eighth avenue. 1201 trN1T.--F(IOUI FUIINIlIIEt) ROOMS lfor hmuekeeplin. at 553 State street. 'Oh1U lENT--FUltNISi i'L) OOM, 42J North Benton avenno. '1.Olt I:EN'T-P'LEASANT SUITE OF RIOtOMS 1' for two yonne glentlemon or man an.l wife; also two single rooms. Is North benton ave. FOR I RENT-NICELY FURRNISHIED ROOM, . 417 Warron street, corner Ninth avenue, .'OR RENT'- COMFOIITAItLY FURNISHED r roms at reasonal rates. larvey block. (rand streeot. Next dour lotel IHelena. FOR RENT-I)WELLINGS. "Ol IIENT--FURNISHED HtOUSEI OF S seven rooms. on tiroadway, within two minutes walk of poutollice. Address Rlent, this otlice. IOtt RENT A NUMBER OF DWELLINtIS F at very reasonable ronte, tome with barns. Matheson & Co. F.'OR EI'NT--NICELY FULN (SITED HIIOUSF, 1 five rooms, $l31.00 per molnth. I nqutir No. 213 State straot. 7011 IIIENT-A DOUBILE IRIC('K IHOUSE 1neor the armory. en WVartlen -treet: .wven rooms in each house, bath rooms, steamn hoat .tnd all nodern illllprovements. Adlress J. It. Ilod son, Alaryaville. Mont., or John A. QUirk, city. T;'UOlt III:NT -EIGHiT-Olt()OM 1IOUSI: WITH F bath, cloetls andt all modeirn cnnvenieones. 1120 Easrt I tlor. near ltodney streot. 0Or1 RENT--A SIX-ROOM HIOUSE ON ('Ollt I ter ef sixth and Davis street, with all nol ern conveniences. Iolquiro at 4l4 Sixth avontue. FOIR IRENT---M ISC ELL A NEOUS. FOi I RENT'- LAClE TORhI (ON NINTH avnllll and ltoback str.eet; with modern vhelving: otuilable for n.y mlercantile bulS.iess. Apply to It'ch, ('ory & ('o. Ott RtENT-THREE FINE LAIUiE UN fIrntlimhed rooms. hot adill cold waot-r, hath, et.. with Ilru of stable; 14d. 1(l3 bouth itudney ntreet. I OlR INTI'- TWO UNFUtiNISIIE!) l()UtM. S716 roadway. T.Of ItIN'I'-TUNFUI;NItIFD 1100(1.1 FORt - holsioetote fig. M,,2dOru ijotovsmtlos tiinglor etsoite. hi to 1.'. ;1ti .igtl lh otveoon OIl ItENT TWO( LAtIflE 'NFI'ItNISIIED roo oetoo.,iit, witho aoveo a l ath. \ery desroablet. i1 ,ii tothoavoto,,. NOR BALI-U*IEAL USTATH. 01K HAlE-TWO EXELLENT oLOTSr IN FOR SALE-$0,00, WILL BUY IFOUR. LoP each 3bxaxl rornert. on Northern factlo Fids It~ e Ih t o od ratioe on irwt t addition. 84 own, tive year' tim o balance. Mlatheaon Co. 1'OI SALE--$1S SPOT CASH FOR A LOT 50xl40, in Ph.I vor Garden addition, neat Montana avenue. BLtheeon & Co. FOl SAA.--$1 ¢M0 HOUSE AND jAT ON w sortide; 1[111 down, Matheaon & Co. TOi SALE--A NEW HOUSE OF BSX ROOMS, pI anutry and bath room, on Howlo streets No. 157. Also the two adjoining lota of 442a1i feet. Apply at said house. F lORt SALE--5 PEl FRONT FOOT, LOTS . 5 and 6 in block 81, Flower Garden addition, each 50xl10, only 100 ftet from Montana avenue. l hoseo are goodl, lew lots lend are otlerod at a loss price then any others in the addition, on ac count of the ill-health of the owner, who is com pulled to go (saet. Matheson tCo. 'Olt SALE- $11 ] DOWN. $:6 PElt MONTH. I for a eomfortable o-roonm dwelling on west aide, (ne block from eioctric motor line; price. $1,051. Matheson& Co. 1;OlR bALi-42 DlOWN, $10 PElR MONTH, for lot 2rx110 on Livingston avenue; price, $:t00. Mntheson & Cu. I ORt HALE--0.000 CASH--IIALANCI ON long time will Imy one of the prettiest new reuidences in tho west end; eleven roost hand nomely papered, furnace, electric boells and all modern ittprovauemets; beautiful lawn, concrete walks, carriage houo, tet. An investment. P'oeeeslou when deLsired. Address W., p. O. box leO.0 1OII BALE--WAItEHOUSE LOTS IN EL listen, on N. i. right of way, $100. Mathe ron & t'o. 'OOR HALE-FOIITY ACHES VALENTINE Script at John 8. M, Neill's, 12 Edward sttreet. I'OR SALE-1,600 FEET IN THE AMES AD i ,tion at a bargain. The Witherbee An drew Co., Gold blobt. ORlt SALE-MINSCEI.LANEOUS. 17()11 SALE--ONE SIX-YEAR-OLD GELDING l weight about, 1,3t0 pounds, well broke- sin glo and otiublh Iharnso; guaranteed sou0nd and g.otle. ApSly to W. t. ljand or Britt & Dough erty. FOL BASALE OR IENT-A SALOON ION lpper Main street. which has oeen snecess fully carried on for ton years. Enquire of 1. L. lranol. ~ OltSHALFI-OLD PAPERS AT A BARGAIN FI at this office. 101it SALE-AN ELEGANT PARLOR SUITE I for sale cheap at 70 MSixtt avent e. It has bsen in lie three monthso and cost when new Felt SALE- Hi UlSEHOLI) FUIiNI'L'U IE and fin, family horse cheap; at it south Raleigh strtot. FOR1 SALE--CHOLAR.SIIIP IN THE ION Stna 1Business C(ollego Call at this office. FOttR SALE-SCHOLAIISBItP IN THE IIEL Sena iusinese (Collge. Call at this office. MISCELLANEOUS. DUBINEtS C(HANCE-I50O WILL BUY ONE- I S half interest in Hell established business paying $121 per month. Address D. F., nlde poedent, until August 1. T.WO LITTIE U IRLS FOR ADOPTION. CALL at the TEelvidere between the hours of three and tive. 1)ARTNEII WANEDIF -FOR TFE STATE OF Monuanua---to sell one of the best inventions now on the market. RCtesa good and protits large. Partner to control the business of the state Small capital required. best of refer one a given anti reunrod. Address S. lock box i01, Helona, Mont. hirANTFID--UNIMPI'OVED HIELENA LOTS for forty acres near Great Falls. Mathoson SCo. F XCHtANilF--WILL 'rIADE A NEW EIGIIT Sroom house for unimpltroved clear lots or acreage: or will sell cqult y tor e1,750; balance in two ears at sight leor cent. Addries Exchange, box lil. WANTED -- CHILDREN UNDER FIVE tears of age to boarl. 531 Sixth avenue. TANr ED)--5,000 YOUNGC SHEEP NEXI SUM mer for threoe years on shares; half wool and increaso; parties have experienece buildings. water and hay. Address W H. Standish. Stato's Attorney, Lakota, North Dakota. LOST LeBr-CEiHTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT, NO. :;5.111, iossued y Merchants' National bank, Many 18, Inll, faorn ovf Samueil Pickn, fir atii. Finmhlr please return to \William Tamnlkin, or orllcharnt' National hank. IOST-- STltAY)D OlR STOLE., I.DARKI I brownl horse brandel T on right shoul der; h;:a scratch ton 'eft stild. Smalttl white star in fore headt right hind foot white. Finder return to Win. Albrecht. I OSTI'- G(OLh IIRACE\ .T. PEARLt SET ting, in blue enamel. Finder please leave at this toflice and receive reward. LOST-ON TIlE ROAI) 'IO MONTANA CITY, July t, one cloak and oine circular. Finder pleaso ,leave at tile Inllentldent otilio. I OST-A SHIOE, IlT-;'IWEFN MONTANA AND Rlodney. lietnrtt to this aflice. I0 U N D. FTOUND-A TWO DOLLAR AND ITALF cold pieco. with monogram engraved there on. lOwner can hlave sati Iby dlescrihin pIrop erty and lIp,ing lor ad. at Ilitel lroaldwater. i' i 1' l w,,iuy f,,r cat .FA ..MELS C" ,OBTAIN ....et, iiBtble I:hary Nenrser itock. ^A god I N "COME E can I, securod in that W ia , . wriiing at Iollnes, ýi.h refratnces, to I,. L. MAY & (.U., Nues'rsymen, Florists audl Solmen, St. Paul, Minn. l.Ttt't I ltJ,i lIItS' hI1 I'.l;'lNG---TIIEANNCUAI. ia, ting of the :itokikhuldt-rs of the Aitsatana t' trel riallwiay i-ntilantty for the leltion fll a board iof tin.v tlirPee:vis anL t for the traniaction of icla itlhetr Il:sino-s ta y 1atprioperly comi bifo.,r ilve ti,,tita waill be hled at tteetffie t f Iho pros i:lunt if ttlt rtni.iva.ysa i lihelenl. state of lMontat ins. vn )ion, la, tie 27lh nay of Jil', A. 1). 18l, at foutir o'cloik p. in. EDWARD SAWYER, Secretary. Datel. Ilolona. July 10. 1681. 1Q11 W KPO A2 KR WOO .m a t hl aopprk water toe t owo t!s.tnur , rtg, Ie., on t h Iae i awicll uy tenMt heom tawuoLntwhi' b dl,00 go10 e -utl at 1 ood fath, idmaut spclray: 8.ytom propoled, YLoureee from which water will be rown, Amount of w aater that ran be tM reh Prsre at wheh water willi p for Irs purpore, tt to no mO wth the o four (r o one an tlarr (11) Ina nw e e, and to, the prIl of thre (8) hop oative ehhours tram hydrant on a level with the nouthwet corner oft s e tion hydtownt nh Cost r ., ranidt for fir purmoe. for twenty (io hydrants and for each aldltional hdrnnt. (oat for domestic ad tersonal nuses. Time at which work will be completed. hl'e town to have the prinlege of buyinwork at the expiration of twenty (oi) oye.rl. A further bond et +20.UO wil. be required of patly or parties whoae proposItion may be ao oeptec.'a a guarantee for the fulfilment of contract. 'he counoil reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A. M. HlNRY, tRetorden . Dated July 17. 1891. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT'TIMBER In acoordanoe with the provisions of seO tion 8, rules and regulations proocribed by theim honorable socretary of the interior, May 5th, 1891, 1, the undersigned, herob; give notlca that' at the expiration of twenty-one daeys from - the first publication ot this notice, I will make written applica lion to the honorable seoretary of the interior for authority to out and remove all the merchant.. bie nw logs, pine, fir and tamerack timber on the following described lantd, to-wit: Tihe north half of tection 22. township 15 north range 21 west, said tract of land containng ina acres, and hIaving thereon ebout 8,1.000 feet of pille IU0,tj0 feet of firand 100,00) feet of tamerack timber: also that certain tract of land which will be when asurveyed section 8, township 11 north. range 21 west, said tract of land containing 0ti) acres and having here,n about 1,000,000 ofeet of p no timber: said land iv rocky benches and not adapted to agriculture and located in Missoula rounty in the state of Montana. MOtINTANA LUMBi.it AND MFG. CO. Mp War. TtoM'soN, ie, tneral Manager. iirst publication July 1t. 1891. NOTIC OF APPLI('ATION TOCUTTIMBER Jn rnordanco with the provisions of men tion 8, rules and regulationa prescribed by the honorable veer: tory of the interior, May Ith, 1811, 1, the undeorsigned, give nitlire that at tih expi ration of twenty-one days from the first publics tion of this notice, I will mtedc written applica tion to tihe honoorahle ee:retary of the interior for authority to out and remove all the merohsutanbe b:o saw logs. pine and fir., on the following described latd, to-wit: t'ommencing at a point two and one-foutrth (2i) miles doe soutl from the confluence of Muain 1e't creek. and the right or west fork of said Main Belt creek, anti running tceunc east thre uI itiles, thence south six (a ) l iles. thence weete ix 0I1 milesethencenorthslx () milesthenre i-eat tlhree (:t) miles to the place of beginning. boid land [.ono uinorveyld, but lying as near as can le determlinrd in Town. I1 north, and in range 8 or 9 east. Said land having thereon about one million foot of pine and fir tiiulor. all of said land bein nonmlineral, rough and steep, anid not, adapted for anri.oltnual purposes, ahd is located in the county of Meaghcr and stato of Montana. WILLIAM TIEIHNEY. Dated July lOst, 1811. IN TIIE DIHTI1CT COURT OF THE FIRST Judicial District of the State of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of Villiam Kelly, deceased. Ord( r to show canso why sale of mining prop earty hould not be meado. On reading and filing the petition of William L. bteele and Iichasl Kelly, executors of tile laatwilt nd testament of Williarn Kelly, de. ceased, and praying, among other things, for an order of sale of the mining property of said es tate of William Kelly. It is orderled hat all persona interested is Ilce estate of tihe aid William Kelly, deceased be ald appear before the District Court, in andi for the county of Lewis and Clarke. at the court room c.f raid court, in the court hoose in oaid couuty, H n Monday, the tenth day of Angust, 1HI., it 10 o'clock a. m., then and there to chow catliK whl. ai order of sale should not be made of the mining property of said estate, acoording to law. It it furtler ordered, That a copy of this order tie publichnel for fotur succesive weeks before tl.o aoid tenth day of Aulgust, 181, In the delena lnilependcnt. a newspapyr printed and pub hlithd in the said Lewis anit Clarke county. liguedl. I IIOtACE II. DUCK. Jidge. Dated July 6. 1891. NO. 4406. JI elena National Bank.... CAPITAL, - $500,000 Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. JOHN T. MURPHY, - President SHIRLEY C. ASHBY, - Vice President FRANK BAIRD, - - Cashier Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchangepo ssoued on foreign countries. Transfer ct money b telegraph. First-class city, county and state semurities bought and sold. Collections promptly attended to. Board of Directors. John T. Murphy. Shirley C. Ashby, . m . . McAdow, Frank l oairdl. ihas. K. Wells, J. P. Woolman, E. G. Maclay. W. E. Culten, Jno. S Mendenhall, Abner It. ('lemente; . S. Ford, A. A. hMcDonald, J. P. Porter. Thie Thomas Cruse Savings BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana, PAID IN CAPITAL, - $100,000 THOMAS CRUSE. - President FRANK H. CRUSE, - Vice President WM. J. COOKE. - Sec. and Asst. Trees W. J. SWEENEY, - - Treasurer Board ol Trustees. Thomas Cruse, Frank It. Cruse, W. J. Cooke, Jolhn sFagas, W. J. Swoeney. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposits compounded January and Jnly. Transacts a general banking business. Draws exchlangn rn the principal cities of the United Scates and Europe. Deals in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgages. Office boors from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Also on Saturday and Monday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. Second National Bank.... OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $75,000 SURPUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. E. D. EDGERTON, - President C. K. COLE. *' - Vice Ptesident GEORGE B. CHILD, - Cashier JOBEPH N. KENOK, - Ast. Cashier Beard of Directors. D.. .witow, Chris .Keek. George B. Childb First National Bank..... OP HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 700,000 Designated Depository of the Uni. ted States. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. General Banking Business Traneasted. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Direotore. S. T. HAUBER, - President E. W. KNIGHT, - Cashier T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Aest. Cashier GEO. H. HILL, - 2nd Aest. Cashier Granville Stuart, . Stockgrower lon. T. C. Power, - - U. S. Senator J. C. Curtin, Clarke, Conrad & 'Curtin R. S. Hamilton, - - Capitalist O. B. Allen, Mining and Stoekgrower Shea. K. Wells. - . Merchant A. M. Halter. - A. M. Holter Hardware Ce Associated Banks, Northwestern National Bank, - Great Fall First National .ank, - Miseonk First National Bank. Butte ontana National Bank. OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid In - $500,000 Surplus and Profits, - $200,000 Directors. C. A. BROADWATER, - President L. G. PHELPS, - - Vice President R. L. McCULLOH, - - Cashier S. E. ATKINSON, - - Aest. Cashier A. G. Clarke, Herman Gans, H. F. Galen. Peter Larenn, C. W. Cannon. R. C. Wallsae. David A. Cory. The American National... BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL. - - $200,000 T. C. POWER, - President A J. SELIGMAN, - Vice-President A. C. JOHNSON, - - Cashier GEO. F. COPE, - Assistant Cashier Directors. T. C. Power, A. J. Seligman, A. C. Johns n, Richard Lookey, James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issned on principal cities of the United States. Canada and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Collections promptly attended to. City, county and state securities bought and sold. y erchants National Bank 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 . . Board of Directols. Thomas Crumse, . Sands, S. S. Huntley, A. K. Prescott. A. J. Davidson, Aloses Morrie. L. H. Hersltfiull, Aaron liHershflold, J. Switzer. First-cleas City, County and State Securitioes bought and sold. Exchango isRued on the principal cities of the United hiatus anid Europe. 'Irendfers of money made by telegraph. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly ait, nded to. Boxes for rent at reasonable prices in o0e of the beet constrctlod fire and burglar proof ea's depn-it vaults in tho country. C. B. ALBKICERR, Second Floor ierali Buildiin, BLANK BOOKS .;.To Order.j. BOOKR NEATLY RULED and PRINTIED.