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A SECOND DECLARATIlON
Independence From British Arro gance Supplemented by That From Wealth. Industrial Freedom Must be Had, Else Politioal Freedom Is a Sham. A Remedy XI Proposed for the Barden of Debt New Resting on the People. f MIWAmtE, Wis., July 2.--The address of the national executive committe of the people's party has been sent out by Secre tary Behilling. It starts out with the infor mation that the times which try men's souls are here once more. "The descendants of British tories of 177t and other European and American capitalists," it says "have bound the country in chains. The doolara tion of independence from British arro gance needs to be supplemented by a de elaration of independence from the pow ers of concentrated wealth; the political independence gained by the revolution is bnut a shallow sham unless our country can secure industrial independence." The address enlarges on the subtle power of money to oppress the people and then declares the railroads of the country are capitalized at $9,000,000,000 and the great majority of their stock is held by peo ple in England and other foreign countries, who have no more interest in the United States than the vampire has in its victim. "At a reasonable estimate, foreign capital ists have invested $10,000,000,000 in our country," it continues, "What value have they given us in return? They did not give us gold or silver, because these metals have been carried abtoad by the shipload and are mined here, not in Europe. To secure this oast property, those foreigners have merely loaned us their credit, in bank checks, drafts, and notes, and they are pay ing these with the dividends they draw from our people." Comparing the foreign capital invested here with the total wealth of the country, the address declares that reckoned at com pound interest, the former will reach the amount represented by the latter in less than twelve years. The statement is made that the Western Union Telegraph company is capitalized at $90,000,000 and makes five per cent, but that its plant could be dupli cated with $15,000,000, showing that the actualrate of interest is 30 per cent., and that the same applies to numerous other corporations, thus making a source of great national danger. The policy of the govern ment in paying high premiums for so many to take up bonds not due, as to dispose of the accumulations of the treasury, is de nounced as idiotic, and reference is made to the professed inability of the treasury departments to redeem the $50,000,000 of four per cents about to fall due. The address makes the remarkable state ment that the treasury contains $750,000,000 of money, but that the bankers who control the department fear that the release of $50,000,000 of ready money would break down the money market and ease the grip that unproductive capital has upon the people of the country. The burden of debt resting on the peoule, as shown by farm mortgage statistics, is discussed and the following remedy pro posed: "If the billions of dollars of bank and corporation paper, mortgages and other paper evidences of debt issued by individ uals are good enough for the extortioners and usurers, paper notes issued by all the people jointly, in the form of government notes, are better." The address then goes into weary details over the debts of the country and refutes the charge that it would be improper for the government to loan money to individuals. It calls for the control of telegraph lines by the people, the same as the postal system, and says that the people's party does not propose to stop at the reform proposed in its platform, as it is a proeressive organiza tion and cannot stand still. An earnest ap peal to the people to join the organization closes the address. He Knew She Would Be Mad. Just as he reached the foot of the steps be put his hand into one of his trousers pock ets and then ejaculated: "What in thunder!" Then he felt in another pocket and mut tered: "Well. I'll be hanged!" He stopped and thought for a moment, and then tried his vest pockets. Next he tried those in his coat. "Every one's asleep, too," he muttered as he paused in front of the door. "I wonder where I could have left them." He went through his pockets again and then sat down on the top step to think the matter over. "She'll be hopping mad if 1wake her up," he muttered, "and no excuse will go. But what else am 1 going to do?" He siehed, made a third search of his pockets, and then got up with a deter mination on his face and gave several vicious yanks at the door bell. "O, me! 0, my! Won't she be mad, though?" Lhe soliloquized. And she was. "0, it's you, is it?" she exclaimed when she oped the door. "What did you wake me up for?" "My dear," he said apologetically, "I couldn't eet in." "Did you try?" she asked. "Why no, my dear," he explained. "You see I lost my keys to-day." "I know it. I found them on the bureau, and so I !eft the door unlocked for you." 'Then she marched back to bed, and he swore that he would never again take it for granted that anything was locked. __- _UN S _U LY 25 BAMRKE TOMWNSI'T : : : COMPANY : : : Will commence the sale of the lots in the Bar ker Townsite on the 25th day of July, I89i, at the following places: Helena, at the office of JAS. P. PORTER, Power Block. Great Falls, at office of TIIOS. GAIIAGAN. Barker, at office of T. W. THOMPSON. Maps can now be seen at any of the above places, and selections made, by which intending purchasers will receive first choice of any lots selected, on payment of io per cent. of the pur chase money at time of selection. Terms of sale will be One-Third cash, bal ance 6 and 12 months, at 7 per cent. THIe MARKET.S ETOCKiS. Nw Teang. July 24.-Dar ellver. 81.00. Copper-Easy; lake. $12.45. Lead--Steady; domeestio. S4.374. The stock market never was more at a stand. still thannow. It opened dull. The boars ware favored by the taking of 8t.500.000 .old for ex. port, but failed to take much advantage ofit. The close wasdll at generally small fractional losses fortheday. Denver & RioGrande are up 8%. to 80. Governments-Firm. Petroleum--Closing 677. Closing Clomlng U. S. rag...1.. .11 Northweatnrnpref 12 . S. 4es coupon....llIi New York Central. 110 U. II. 410s reg......1t0t Oregon Imp. ..... 'N U.S. 4e reoupoun.. 1000 Oregon Nay....... 70 Pacific s......... 110 Nortlh Amerlean... 1.i Atchison.......... SX Pacitil Mail....... .i Canada Pac ...... l BReading........... 2S Canada Southern.. 47 Rock Island....... Centre, !'aoiie.,.. 8014 St. Paul........... t61 BLrliUgton........ 8~ St. Paul & Omaha. a1 D. & . (i..,pr f.. 84 Temxas Paeifl..... 12 Lack. & Western.. 825 Union Paifi..... 4 .Erie ............... 18% U.. .Expresa..... i7 Kanesa & Tl'exas.... Fargo IExtmossR.... 40 Lake Shoreo ......1.. 18 etern Union.... 709 L,'villo & Nash..... 70 Ameri. Cotton Oil. 241 Miohigan 'entral. 87 Terminal.......... 12 Missouri Paitifie... (4. Oregon Short Line 221 Northern Pacific.. 22 I HI. i. Western.... 865/ N. P'. pref......... 113 i. . W. pre......8 Northwestern .....101 t. I. W. lets..... 744! Money on call easy; closed offered at 2 per cenet. Prime mercantile paper unchanged. Sterlin. exchange steady; sixty-day bills. $4.84,; demand, $0.80ti. CHICAGO CATt'PAt Cetcuoo. July 24.-Cattle--Reeeipts 10.000; slow, lower; good to choice natives, $5.40l5.80; no prime steers on iale: common and medium. $4. 01(3.23; Texans, $2.0 t.2s5; stockers, $:1.25 8.75. Heogs-R.eiutc 18.000: Irregular: common $4.5084.00: mixed and packers, $1.00415.0; prime heavy and butchers' weights, $I5.4005.75; light, $5.;7005.s5. Sheep--leceipts, 4,000; dull weak; native ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org: mixed and wethers, $email@example.com; Texans, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Western, $4,00. CHICAGO PRODUCF. Caycren. July .. - Close - WVheat, teady. rcash, SS3e; September, 86sc: December, 4;894 C(rn--Steady cash, 6040e: September, ?4%. O(at -Steady: cash. D35,o; September, 27h327Gi . Barley--Nominal. 680710. P'ork--Firm; cash, $11.0; Feptember, $11.40. Lard-Steady; cah., $..i0; September, 0.571404 6.00. Short ribs-Steady: cash, $184.108.40.206; Septem ber. . 171i 6.80. Short eloar-$7.007.l10. Shouldsrs-$5.700:5.73. WOOL. PntT.ADELPnr.T, July 24.- Wool, steady; Mon tana fine, 1tL3.2e; territorial fine, 15 21. BOSTON, July 24.-Wool active; sales of terri tory amount to over 00,000 pounds, including line on a scoured basis of 60c, principally fine medium, 575etc; and medium. 50:5i5c; ('alifor nia and Oregon wcols have been quiet. Montana sold 21@23c. flh S WtaNI AVI AITED Totl ssues or CITIES, COUNTIES. SCHOOL DISTRICTS. WATER COMPANIES. ST. R.R.COMPANIES,ot. Correspondence solicited. N.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, IlS=-I6 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. 185 Wall Street. NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. REPORT OF THE CONDITION -OF TIE-- Montana National Bank At Helena, in the State of Mon tana, at the Close of Business, July 9, 1891. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts ............. .. 1,588,501 05 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... 16,039 92 U. S. bonds to secure circulation.... 50,000 00 U. S bonds to seuors deposits....... 100,000 00 Stocks, socurities, claims, etc........ 57.209 40 Due from approved resiervoe agents... 51.110 (s Duo from other national banks...... 39,167 29 Due from state banks and bankers... 25,188 805 Banking honse, furnitoreand fixtnres 103,600 00 Other real estate and mortgages owned.... . ..... 23,775 00 Current expenses andi taxes paid..... 404 86 Checks and otber cash items......... 9,90 87 Bills of other banks................. 8,525 00 Fractinal paper currency, nickels and cents ......................... 107 46 Specie.............................. 52,9913 00 Legal tender notes............... 82,24 00 Redulmption fund with U. S. Treas urer 15 per cent. of circulation) .... 2,250 00 Total ...................... ......$2,242.164 28 LIABILirIES. Capital etsck paid in .................$ 500.000 00 Surplus f nd .......................... 100.000 00 Unsividod profits ..................... 7i,5169 6 National bank notes outstandlig.... 45,00000 Dividends unpaid .................... 20,000 00 Indlividual deposits sub ject to check ........... $ 555,209 74 Demand certificates of dpoit ............... 746,938 4 (ortlirIsd s lhs.......... 4510 00 Casuier',n checks out standing ............... 1,077 15 Unitsl States deoposls... 72,007 07 DeSl,osita of U. S. div sarsing oHifi:ers........ 0,322 77 Due to other nsational bank ......... . 2.. ,.23,38 31 Dos t, s to bsanks and baD kers ................ 87,3L2 15 . . . 1.500,647 01 Total ......................... $2,242,101 28 Stare of Montana, county of Lewis and Clarko, SS: 1. C(. A. Broadwautr. pre sidesilt of the above namesl bank, dot sosemnly swevar that the albove etaotnmentL is true to the best of my knowlcdge aund belief. '. A. BOADWATER, W Presisdent. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 241Ls day of July, 1891. Sastli A. L. SMITIH, Notary Public. (CotrcT--Attew: D. A. COfY. ('. W. CANNON. IL C. WALLA'E, Directors. ml II.IIsu IIPI I ;--qrm - PRICE OF LOTS $150 TO $700, An advance will POSITIVELY be made in the price of lots on AUGUST 10, of $50 per Lot. This is positive, and no lots will be sold at the first list price after that date. JAS, P, PORTER, POWER BLOCK, HELENA. RELP WANT3E1D--IW.AL, WA.rmE-A GOOD HonsJ TMANv1n UULP 1wANTED--*ALU. WXVANT1D- A- N IXPERItNCID WAM'H maker and .oengraver. N one bt iret. clasr workmen need apply. Addrees W, -. Riohartdson. tlssoul, IMont. WANTED-AGENTS-FRIEE PREPtAID OUT fit to eegtile men. lveysral of our srles. men hare earned from $70 to $O1 a week fo years past. P. O. box 1871, New York. WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN AS NIEW P epuntl Apply to Northern News Co.,N. P. depot. HELP WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED--CIIANDLER WANTS MAN AND wife for a mine, one ranchman, two blacksmiths. SITUATIONS WANTGED--FEMALE. Advertisementas nder this head three times SITUATION WANTED--BY AN EXPERI Tencuted lady bookkeeper; best of references. Addeass A. W., Grand hotel, lilling, M ont. SITUATION WANTED-BY TWO UNGOOD g- girls: at any kind of work. Addresa it. K., this offo*. IrTATlON WANTlcAUE-Y TWO YOUNG lady stenographers and raligrmph oterator-: have two years experienco and ref ronon. Ad dresse 0. L.., this office. SITUATION WANTED-A- Y YOUNG WOMAN to work by the day at any kind of woik. Call or address Mrs. Peret. lar Broa:way. tSITUATION WANTED) - TO 1)O HIOUSE . work or place in dining room. Address It. Y., this oufiro. SITUATION WANTED--TO DO SEWING IN p rivatt, failies. (Cn cut and fit by meas ore. Beet of reference frm last employer. Ad dress or call 623 lroesouridge street. SITUATION WANTED--Y YOUNG LADY in a fruit atore. Address E IH., Indepen dent office. SITUATION WANTDI)-AS RALESLADY, trimmer, or will take entire chageo of millin err department. I' irst-clas refereuco furnished. Addrose Mice E. J. 'urner, ti ryelal street. Elgin, IlL SITUATIONS VWANTED-MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FRFE. SIT'UATION WANTED--BY A YOUNG MAN. German, to work at restaurant or hotel. Ad dress IH. it., postoflic, box 10, Hlolena. 5ITUAUION WANTED--13Y 'MAN AND WIFE as cooks in camp. Addross 717 Park avenue. SITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG MAN who is goie to school wants to work for hoard. Address W. T., care ]ndependent. BOARD AND ROOM OFFEREI). BOARDERS WANTED AT 1511 WALNUT street, near N. P. depot. 91OR RENT-ROOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY with board at 505 Ewing street. F OR RENT-217 EIGHTH AVENUE. PLEAS ant furnished rooms. First-class table board -OfR hENT--TIHIEE FURNISHED ROOMS .n with or without board, No. 19 North Benton pOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS with board, at 58 Booth Rodney street. BOARD-FIRST-CLASS BOARD SO PER u week. 119 lodney street. WJANTED-TWO YOUNG GENTLEMEN room and board $26 per month. No. 202 Fifth avenune. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT--TWO OR THREE ROOMS, closet:. etc., furnilhed complete for light housekeeping: electric care paes the door. 61.1 Hollins avenue. ,FOR lII N}i'-sIX FURNISIIIED llOOMS FOR gentlemen, or three for housekeepl)ing, at 12 South Ewring streot: or tihe furniture for sale. Enquire on premises from 12 to 1 p. m. FOR RENT--NIC'ELY FURNSISHED BOOMS. en suite with bath; ver deoirable. conven ient to first-class board, 535 Hilsdalo stree. TOR IIENT-FURNISIIED FIiONT ROOM; Shrst floor, $10. 52H Eighth avenue. _OR lRENT --FOUR FURNItIIED 00OOMS for housekooepin, at 553 State street. IOR RENT-- URNISIILD ROOM, 420 SNorth lenton avenuc. FOR IIENT-I'LEAHANT SUITE OF ROOMS F for two young gentlemen or man and wife; also two single rooms. 18 North Henton ave. SOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue, -OR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED r rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block. Grand street. Next door Hotel IIelena. FOR RENT-DWELI.INGS. Olt IBENT-FURNISHED IIOUSE OF s' even rooms. on Broadway. within two minutes walk of postoffice. Address lient, this offico. R'OR RENT-A NUMIER OF DWELLINtS, Satt very reasonable rents, some with barns. Matheson & Co. T'OR HENT-NICELY FUINISIIED I0US"I, Sfive rooms, $31.00 per month. Enquire No. 212 State str.et. LN I;NT--A I)OUBLE :RICK IOiUStE near the armory, on Warren itreet;: seen rooms in each houuse, bath rooms, steanm heat and all modern improvemnens. Arldress J.. It. lol son, Mlarysville. Alont., or John A. Quirk, city. OIQol RENT'l E liTr-hOOM I HOUSl: Wtl'l 1 batlh, cluset aed all mrldern oonvniene"s. 320 East t'utle:, near tHo lney ltreeot. FOI RENTI--A SIX-HOOM.IIIUSE Ov CO(t nor of .ixth and Davis street, with all[ ttd ern conveaniernces. inquire at 424 Bixth avenue. FOIL SALI,-Mlen'EI.I.A NEOUS. ltOR SALE -OLD PAPERS AT A BARGAIN ! at this office. OIlt SALE--AN ;LEGiAN'T lAItLORI St;I E 1 frr salt. crheap at 72;t Sit!: aveos e It lRas hea- in use three moullth. and coost when unow FOR SAEI: -HCIIOIARS IIP IN 'Ih11?: MON tana Business ('ollege toall Iat this oice. FOIL SALF HCHOLAHHIP IN THEf IIEL ena U.,sine.a ,oll;X e. Call at this oHice. Immmmr mm | m·m, . , FOR RENTSU IT aSO8LsA 3mOUV 1 ýj OR RENT-LRGE STOIII O- NINTH .avnue d to.k slvett wt mUeon " ehelvo ploulatbe fto any merceantllo bUtle. 1dORlI SNT-THllE PINE LARGE ti Sfurnished roomsa hot and cold water bath, etc., with tus of stablo; $11M 01 bouth BlElodney SORn RENTI.TWO UNFUtNISDHED 1OMB S716 Broadway. FOB RFNT-UNFURNISBHD ROOMMS FOaR Ioubsea keeping. Mlodern improvemesta Single or ensulte. $5 to $1S2. t16 Eighth avenue. -FOI RENT-TWO LARGE UNFUR ISIED P rooms en suite, with alcove and Very desirable. 517 Sixth avenue. FOR SA LE--ItEAL ESTATE. FUo SAL'--$.L.", FINE IIUILDINfG LOPJ' r on lieuckenridgo stret, between lleatie and laleigh. Matheson & Co. 'O11 BALE-TWO EXCELLENT LOTIS IN Broudwator addition, on line of olectrio motor; S down. $10 per month. Price, $100 each. athosen& Co. FO1i SALE .1.t0 WILL BUY FOUIt LOT.,H Seach :lx100 (corner), on lorthern 1'acifl First addition. $40 down, five years' time on balance. MatheIson & Co. LOR SAL ,l$73 SPOT CASH Foll A LOT S0x110, in Flower Garden addition, near Mlolntat a avenue. Nlathoeon & ('o. I.Ol 8.\LL--St,th33 llOUSl AND LOT ON wcst aid.: =~ls down. Ilathesou & Co. . OR liALE---A NEW HOUBE OF SIX RtOOMS, I oaitry an I bath room, on lowia street, No. 12l. Also tie two adjoining l.wt of 42x1.] feet Apily nat said hese. I O1; SALt':-$ P1l' FIIONI' FOOIT, LOTB 5 antl i in bnoek al. Flower Garden addition, each ~xlt0, only 1)0 teet from Mhontana avenue, 'tle'e ate gov., level lot and are otffered at a le:ps price tinn any others in toe addition, on oa count of tl.e ill-health of the owner, who is com pellcd to go .alt. tlathosott , ('o. I~'O BALI- $100I DOWN. $.5 PElt MONTI. for a comfortableS-room duelling on went side, one blolk from eoleotrio motor line; price, $1,650. Math.son& Co. FOlt ALl" --25 DOWN, $10' P5ii MONTH. foy lot 2.=140 on Livingston avenue; price, $10. Mathrsrn & Co. 1Or t SALE--$6.000l CAS.I--IbALANCi ON long time wdll boy one of the prettiest now residences in the we-st end; eloven roomns Ihand somely papered, furnacs, elactric bells and all nit.orn improvements; beautiful lawn, coincrete walko, carriage h:oute. etc. A:l investment. P'oesgnsioo when desired. Addreoss W., P.O. box 1022. l IIt BSALE-WARiEHOUSE LOTS IN EL - liston, on N. P. right of way, $100. Matho son & Co. TOlR SALE--FORIITY ACRESR VALENTINE S Scrip, at John S. M. Noill'e, 12 Edward street FOR SALE-1,600 FEET IN THE AMES AD d ition at a blargain. The Witherbeo An drew Co., Giold blocs. MISCELLANEOUS. BUSINESS IIANCE-t-150 WILL BUY ONE half interest in oell established business py ing $125 per month. Address 1). ., lnde pendent, until Angnst 1. r'IWO LITTLE GIRLS FOR ADOPTION. CALL a at tihe Blvidere between the honurs of three and five. PARTNER WANTED--FOR THE STATE OF Montana-to sell one of the best inventions now on the market. Sales good and profits large. Partner to control the business of the etato. Small capital required. Best of refer eneas given and required. Address S. lock box 701, Helena. Mont. ThTANTEID-UNIMPEOVED) HELENA LOTS V for forty acres near Great Salls. Matheson a Co. 1'XCIIANGE--WILL TRADE A NEW EIGHT room house for unimproved clear lots or acreage; or will sell oauity for $1.750; balance in two years at eight per cent. Address Exchange, box 151. WANTED - CHILDREN UNDER FIVE years of age to board. 531 Sixth avenue. V ANTEDO--5,000Y.Yh UNG MIIEIt' NEXP SUM mor for thlro year. ou shares; half wool and increase; parties havl experience, bhildings, water and hay. Addross W. 1i. Standish. State's Attorney, Lakota, North IDakota. LOST (OST-A LADY'S BRONZE SILVER WATCHI with gold chain, belonging to Mrs. george Hlenry. A reward of 5 wiil be paid for its re turn to 729 tillings street. T OST--BTRAYED OR STOLEN, DARK Sbrown horse branded T on right shoul der: has scratch on left, sde. Small white star in forehead: right hiud foot white. Finder return to Winm. Albrecht. OS08T - (iOLDI BtIl'iCEII;T PEARL BET ting, in blue enamel. Finder please leave at this office andl receive reward. LOST-ON TilE ROAD TO MONTANA CITY, SJuly 3 one cloak and one circular. Finder please leave at the Independent oflice. LOST-A SHOE, BETWEEN MONTANA AND Rodney. heturn to this oftfice. ANNUAL Ml .ETIND- TE ANNUAL MEET ing of the stockholders of the Rocky Fork Town and Electricr omlpany will ho held at the oftice of Word & Smith, the oflice of said compsa ny, at Helena, Montana, on the 17th lay of August, A. i). l8L. S. T. RIAISElt, SAMUEL WORD]I. l'resident. Secretary. blTOCKHOLDEIS' MEETINGi-THIE ANNUAI. meeting of the stockholders of the Montann central railway company for the election of a hoard of five dlirectors and for the transaction it sncli ether bcleie-. as may properly come before the moeeting, will be hed :it theoflie f tihe pros ident of the company. in IHolen,. state of Molnta 5a, on Monday,. the zyth nay of July, A. CJ. 18JL, at four o'clock p. in. EDWARD SAWYER, Scretary. Dated. Helena. ,ntly 16. 1891. ASSERSMENT' NOTICE-OFFICE OF CAS Scade Land company, room i. Power buildling. Notive is her:b giv.uI that at a regular monthly meeting of the trustees of said company, hetd on thl 8th day of Jhly, 1"ii1, an rose re:int of t-n (10) cetnt per .haro cwa lovied rDon ec c.pital stock of the i'aeele l.ad cou:l)tna, payahble on the 01hi day of August, 18,l, to i,. Irrown, secretary of sad company, at the ., mltnny'. otlrco, r:om 1, Power building. iil tfi city m.f i elsna, eioutana. Any stock ui:o, ,,.hii,.h assseime.nt seall remacin unpaid on the firt iy tf tee otemler. 1811. ahall be dlomed dle ile.oent, and shall I>r duly adrler tiicd or o lt,' at Iitbli auction. and uinlea pay mnent hall he lmal" before, will be sold on the lst ,lay of (ictobhr. 1891, to pay delinq;ent assess nment. It garl or with the cost of advertising and expenses e latfe. B. IIIIOWN,. Secretary. Helena., Montana, July, 8. 1891. P nPOt i FOR WA l RR WORKS--PBO y ro e r to th t p w or Whtite phaoravbl sourta, on the cntehi-r forac, to . t arnd town merrnantrl 0 a d ., in0 ar n tefll wi Mud s. `anut be aoeoom aj by a "1,1-00 beod es a ganantie of go. t.tb, an meot System propog,• oarea fom whth water wll be dra Amoont of water that eanbetlonishen, Prscusnuet which -water will ie supp ed for fite prpoel. tt to be oude with tihe ew rom S(TH) o a one. Haorto TlhO) TiE Fnolse. d tohe period of re ( s eolu eo are from hydrant e on al eo wi the southwest corner of the Htt na¶ ol tow oite. en (20ý h rn and for eb adtiona ydran t. (oh for romertyc ad mi estl, ord Time at which work w oomltd. TN e town to have the priTO e buyng works at the expiration of twe0rty(2)o.ie eM. A further bond of h ,t i s labs sequirled of partyr parties whose apoittgon may h so oepted,'as a g nantee for the f!lilhent of eI Itract. C T M $ ,000 ounol reserves the ht to ret and Dated July 17, 1891. NOTCE OF APPLICATY ON TOUTTIMeDER n aoordaue with the provisions of sec tion 8, rules and regulations preeu toed by the honorable secretary of the interior. insy th, 11, I, the undersigned, give notice that at the expi ration of twenty-one days from the first publicn tion of this notiet, I will make written applica tion to the honorable eeatetary of the intlerior for authority to ostand removeall the merchanta his saw lugs, pine and fir, on the following described laud, to-wit: 'ommenoing at a point two amd one-fourth (2e) miles due sooth from the conotincee of Main HeOt creek, and the right or west fork of ctid Main Bolt creek, and running t.esce ast Othree () miles. thence south six (t) miles, ihence wet six (0) miles.thence north six () miPr,thence at threes () miles to the place of beginning. aild land being nnserveyd, hot lying as uasr as ran be determined in Town. lt north, and in range 8 orO 9 east. Said land having thereon about oae million feet of pine and Sr timber, all of maid lend bring non-mineral, rough and steep, and not. adapt for grienltural purposes, and is located in tie county of Meagher and state of Montana. WILLIAM TIERNIEY. Dated July let. 1891. IN THE DIS'*IICT COURT OF THE FIRST SJudicial District of the State of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of .iYlliam Kelly, deoeased. Order to show cause why sale of mining prop erty should not be male. On reading and filing the petition of William L. titeele and .ihael KelLy, executore of tihe last will send testament of William Kelly. de cesed, and praying, among other things, for an order of sale of the mining property of said cs tate of William Kelly. It is ordered 'Ihat all persona interested in the eutate of the said William Kelly, deceased be and appear before the District Court, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, at the court roomr of saidcourt, in the court house in said county, on Monday, the tenth day of Anugust, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m., then and there to chow cause why an order of mate should not be made of the mining property of said estate, according to law. It is further c.rdered. That a copy of this order be published for four suiccessive weeks before the said tenth day of August, 1891, in the Helena Independent. a nowspaper printed and pub li.iee in the said Lewis and Clarke county. Ikigned.] IOIIACE it. BUCK. Judge. Dated July 6. 181. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBEIt In accordaco with the provisions of seetiot , rules and regunilatins prescribed by the hon orable secretary of tihe iterior. slay , 1891, I, the ndersilgned, hereby give notice that at the cxpi ration of twenty-ons das from the ist publica lion of this notice. I will make written applica tion to the honorable secretary of the interior for authority to et and re.eove all the merohantabhle saw loss and ptin timber on the following de scribed publice land, to-wit, Which when sue eyed will be, the northeast quarter of sectlop 10, township 15 north, range 21 west, raid tract of land containing 180 acres. andhaving thl on about iiiBti0 feet of pines timber; also haS ertain other tract of land which. when urvoeyed will be the southeast half of the southeast quarter of sectjon 12, township 15 north, range 12 west, said tract of land containinng 80 acres and having thereon ahout 250.00C feet of pine timber: eaid and is rocky benches and not adapted to cgritultore, aed located in Missoula county, in ti state of Montana. J. 0. IHbNBATTY. Frenchtown, Montana, July 7, 1891. First pu blication July 9. 19l. The 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 Aut. Tress W. J. SWEENEY, - - Treasurer Board of Trustees. Ttomas Cruse, Frank H. Cruase, W. J. Cooke, John Fagan, W. J. Sweeney. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposits compounded January and July. Transacts a general banking businessa Draws exchange on the principal cities of the United Scates and Europe. Deals in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgages Office hours from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Also on Saturday and Monday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. NO. 4408. Selena National Bank .... OF HELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, - $500,000 Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. JOHN T. MURPHY, - President SHIRLEY C. ASHBY, - Viee President FRANK BAIRD, - - Cashier Interest allowed on time deposita. Exchange issued on toreion coontries. ransofer if mousy bt telegraph. First-class city, county aud state securities trought and sold. Collections promptly attended to. Hloard of Dlreotor. John T. Murphi. dow hirley C. Ashlby, f.W McA Frank taird. "ihas. K. Wells, 3. P'. Wiolman. E.G. Mactay. \V. E. ('ullon. Jiro. 8 Mliendonlel. Atner B. Clrmento: It. t. Ford. A. A. IdeDonal. J. P. Porter. Second National Bank* ... OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000 SURPUS AND PRO'ITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. . D. EDGERTON - Preident 0. K. COLE. - - Vice Ptesident GEORGE B. CHILD, - Oashier JOSEPH N. KUNOK, - Aest. Cashier Bord of Direotors. . B. 8anford, C, . Iean. Ii. W. Child, . J. Jon, George U. Child. Ftirst National Bank..... OF 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 tanking Bunsnew Tranea.ted. Safety I)eposit Boxes for Rent. Directors. 8. T. HAULER, - Prealident E. W. KNIGHT, . - Cashier T. H. KLEINSBOHMIDT, - Aut. Cashier GEO. H. HILL, - 2nd Anut. Cashier Granville Stuart - Stokgrower lion. T. C. Power. - - U. S. Senator J. C. Curtin, Clarke, Conrad & Curtin It. . . Hamilton, - Capitalist 0. R. Allen, - Mining and Stookirower Chas. K. Wells, - - - Merchant A. IL Bolter. - A. M. Holter Hardware Co Assocrated Banks. Northwestern National Bank. - Great Falls First National Bank, - - MiRoul First Natonali Bank. " - Bnut 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 Directors. Thomas Cruos, M. Sands, S. S. Huntley, A. K. Prescott, A. J. Davidson, hiome Morris, L. H. Heorehfield. Aaron Herehfiold, J. Switzoer. First-class City, County and State Securities bought and sold. Exchange issued on the prineipal cities of the United States and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collectiona promptly attended to. Boxares for rent atreasonable price in one of the beest constructed fire and burglar proof safe deposit vaults in the country. J ontana National Bank. OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid Ip - $500,000 Surplus and Profits, - $200;000 Directors. C. A. BROADWATER, - President L. G. PHELPS. - - Vice President R. L. MoCULLOH, - - Cashier S. E. ATKINSON. - - Ant. Cashier A. G. Clarke, Herman Gana, i. F. Galen. Peter Larenn, C. W. Cannon. R. C. Walleo, David A. Cory. T he American National.. BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL. - $200,000 T. O. POWER, - President A. J. SELIGMAN, - Vice-President A. C. JOHISON - - Cashier GEO. F. COPE, - Asistant Cashier Directors. T. C. Power, A. J. Seligman, A. C. Johns n, Richard Lookey. James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time depoeits. Exchange issued on principal oities of the United States, Canadsand Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Collections promptly attendedlto. City, county and state securities bought and sold. C. B. lBKICllHER, Second Floor Herald BUjldin, BLANK BOOKS .;.To Order.;. BOOKR NEATLY RULED and PRINTED. S*- RAILROAD Will be Completed Into Barker by AUGUST l.5 '91., Barker has the assurance of being one of the best ore produc ing camps in Montana, new strikes being made daily. An abstract showing perfect title will be furnished free with the deed on final payment.