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faction prdvalls among the wool rers cl the result the McKinley bill.t1' e tce errnt r f tool do net coola es thei .ntiopatio s. John D.Looeekamp has closed hisbusinesi here and moved his stock to Billings. Egan & Hyaack are building a comumodi one lohnber yard for J. H. Conrad & Co. 1a Plunkard. At the opera house Monday night. The following is taken from the San Franciso. .Musi and Urama: Farmer J. G. Lewis and his company made their first appear ance in this city on Saturday evening in the Yankee comedy, "Si Pleakard," to an immense audience, and have since been playing to excellent business. The icea of the piece is to amuse, and it thoroughly effects its object. It convulses the audience from start to finish, and the specialties of the leading performers are frequently zede manded. A very good quartette appear, and realism is illustrated by a threshing machine at work. Mr. Lewis. who plays Si Plunkard, is the most popular with the audience, who seem to be munch taken with his quaint, dry humor, and are delighted with his whistling ability. W. Mi. Milli gan, as Felix Scharmdt, has a very good Dltch dialect. His songs catch the publia fancy, and he is com pelled to repeat them. F. 11. Armstrong, a good-looking young man, is responsible for the villainy of the drama, and he does not forget to bring out the dark shades of his character. Henry E. Lloyd, as a rascally money-lender, displays an appreciation of humor, and Ezra t'age finds a conscientious exponent in E. I). Rice. Phoebe Vyse plays D)ora Page-a sort of emotional soubrette--and her efforts art liberally applauded. Maggie lice is cer tainly amusing as Eliz(a Simpkins. The performance is very much appreciated, and Mr. Lewis has possessed himself of an at traction that is rapidly converting him into a wealthy man. Seats now on sale at Pope & Connor's. All gloves fitted to the hand at Fowles' Cash Store. Ladies' embtroidered silk handkerchiefs at The Bee Hive only _5c. In Memsorv or Mrs. Lenoir. The following tribute to the memory of Mrs. Lenoir is from a friend in this city: Some lives are like sunshine. They throw light upon every path they cross, cheer every home they enter, give hope and in spiration to every good act and cause. There is a fragrance in a lifenow and again that we meet which is sweeter than a flower garden to a community. Such was the faithful, zealous, good life of Mrs. Basil O. Lenoir, which closed peacefully at nine o'clock Thursday morning, July 30. Everything was done that the hand of love. friendship and skill could do to continue her in this life where she has been so faith ful and useful and where she will be missed so much. Her unassuming, modest life of faith, kindness, sympathy and love were broad as humanity. '1 his was fully attested by the multitude of every sect who fol lowed her body to the church and tomb and dropped the silent tear. Her husband and two little children have the united sym pathy of a very wide circle of friends, added to infinite compassion and love. Toss and fancy goods in large variety at The Bes hive. Dime and nickel pocket savings baiks at Ihe Bee Hive for 1:c. ttMan Fish at the Broadwater. Patrons of the natatorium will enjoy an excellent programme this week. In addi tion to the grand swimming contest, which is to take place Tuesday evening, Capt. Beach, the man fish, will give his first ex hibition at the natatorium. lie eats, sleeps, drinks, smokes and writes under water. These exhibitions will be given in a large glass tank placed on a platform'so a good view may be had. The captain will appear every afternoon and evening at 4:30 and 8:80 for a week. 'The swimming contest be gins at 8:30 '1 nesday evening. There will be a race for men, with two prizes, distance seventy-five yards. The boys' race will be for two prizes, distance thirty-five yards. The Dorsey quartette will furnish music. A package of silver-plated tea spoons, table apcenas or forks at The lice Hive for 25c. Go to Fowles' ('ash Store for new slades in grey and tan kil gloves. Forbes & Dlavls-tpecial. 5,000 Yellowstone limmediate sale) 31c. 3,000 Cumberland (lots to suit) $2.50. A 1 purchase. 4,500 Coipper Bell, 15'c. 7.000 Oleongary (dividend payer) snap. 20,000 Fourth of July. Offer wanted. 2,000 iron Mountain, 75e. 2,500 0. R. & N, 7;Tc. 2,000 Mac. 1,000 Curlew, $2.50, if taken to-day. 1,000 Bald Butte, $2.50. in lots to suit. Office 20 and 27 Barley Block. SThe celebrated Fsteer kid gloves in all shades at TiBe Be hlirie at special sale price. hee ad, Lamps are selinge a' eastern prices at The Bee Hive. You can btuy na pair of eci'e,,rc or shears from four to nine inrhres lvlug at 'lire PIer live for 25c. Ladies' Auxiliarv Society. A regular meeting of the Lasdies' Auxiliary society of the Temple Emanuel will be held on Monday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Herman Gans. A full attendance is requested. Dinner from five to eight at the IHelena Cafe. Drcs. Liebig & Co. The oldest member of this staff is now in Helena and has ofllces at 'lhe Merchants hotel from the let to the 7th of August, in clusive, and on the s; me days eacrh mlotnth afterwards . liemrnmher that l)rs. Liebig treat ruccssfully all chronic and specific diseasee and defformiti.rr, and that they have an. icstruelntal.l treatmeint of their own tdevise aind inventiorn, the mrost ratio!l al and scientific, rand therefore the in-st A RER FIRST BAY'S SALES AMOUNTED TO $9,450. * Contracts Made for the Erection of a 3O-Aoom Hotel and a General Store. Railroad Will be in Operation to Barker Aug. 15. Buy at First List price Before August 10, when all Lots will be raised $50 Each. Maps and Price Lists can be obtained in Great. Falls at office of T. Gaha gan; at Barker at office of T. W. Thomson. Barker is the richest Carbonate mining camp in Montana. Ores are being piled on the dumps awaiting shipment by Railroad. For Information Call on JAS. P. PORTER. Power Block, Helena suncessful in all obstinat, and hltheto in curable canses of catarrh, otorrhoea (dies charge from the ear, and deafnoes the re sult thereof) and all female diseases. All persons afflieted as abtve should avail themselves of the benefit of a full eek's treatment. A single trial treatment, which is free, will convince all of the superiority of this system. HO FOR THE NATIONAL PARK. Tourists contemplatleg visitlng the National park ehouttL go with the M. It. .Johlmso excurso lon arty's fifteenl days camp life iII the "arlA'a Wonderluaad. 'ortles of five, ten or twenty made up here fore fifteen days' trip. iEveryhling fur nlshed. Time of slartiig, jIuly 1,S Au .st 3, August 11, anti Septemnbr 7. ý*or further information and terms apply to, or address. IIrAI tY .t INGRAM, lLrokers 353 North Main t1. Chandellaers. New and complete line of gas and eleo trio chandeliers. mantles and tiles just re ceived at Sturrock & Brown's. Herbert, Nicholson a Co., Itmited, have moved their general ottrices rom tile ware house to their satesroom, corner Eldwards street and Park avenue. All orders left there for wood, coal. hay, grain, etc., will have prompt ateltion,. e'rit snd produce at wholesale only. Telephone a £1. Look at This. Commencing April 5 we will sell all kinds of chewing and smoking tobaccos at factory prices. OPPENReutaRt Asn, International Hotel Bluock. MONEY AT FIVE PER CENT. Uncle Sam's Remedy for Hard Times for All Comers. Money loaned at five per cent, in any amount, from 2Scents td25,000, on personal security,at thoold and reliable loan office of Uncle Sam. Pleasant Journeys. Pleasant journeys can always be had via the Wisconsin Centraltline. The employes are courteous and obliging, the sleeping and dining cars and day coaches are peers of any in the northwest. The leaving hours at principal terminal points are conven ient, and the depots are centrally located. Altogether it is the most desirable route in either direction between St. Paul, Minne apolis, Ashland and Duluth and Milwaukee and Chicago. Try it and be convinced. Notice to Brick Contractors. I will receive bids for the brick work on John R. Watson's block until noon, Mon day, Aug. 3. 3 'lans and specifications can be seen at my office ont Broadway. W. E. NotaIs, Architeot. Leland Hotel, Chicago. American and European plan; has re cently added one hundred new fireproof rooms overlooking the lake and parr. WARREN F. LELAND, Proprietor. Old Papers. Old papers for sale at this office at a low price. THE MARKETS. ITO' K' . Frw Yoner August 1.-Bar silver, $1.00%. The stock market to-day was only moderately active, but displayed a decidedly stronR tone andt enjoyed a substantial rally, many stocks closing at the bent prices of the week. First prices were generally from 'a to ui better than last evening's figures. but pressure brought to bear in early trading knocked sugar off 2. Then the upward movement began. Burlington ruse 2 from thi lowest tigure and the rest of the list followed closely. The upward inovemlent was again checked, but the best prices were well held and there was no reaction. The roes was dull but firm at ablhut top prices. Final changes show material advanues in many scases. Burlington is up 1', Western Union 11. Atchison, C. (. C., & hit. i., ('hicaso (iar. and Louisrille & Nashville eachl I ', and Northern Pacific preferred l. lorvernmentsi- Dull. I etroleum -('losing 62. Closing Closing U. S. Is coupon.. .. lti6. NCw York Central. 985f Pacitices ........ 110 Oregon mp....... 24 Atchison .......... 30 lIs Or.gon Nay....... ('ansa:n Pat'....... i' srtt Anmricas... 12 l'anadla Southiorn.. 47' l'acitii Mail....... :I 'entoral Pacific .. 0O Lchk islandl... .... 70 Bli:rlington ..... 710 Ilending.......... 25:a I)tl. I.aekt....... 31;3 St. P'aul & li( taha. 22i', D & lt. Gi., pref.. 41 leuxas Pacifi..... 11 Erie .............. 18L Is ni n Pacitics ... . I.4 Kansas& Texas.... 12'i . U . Express .... 57 Lake ibhore ......100l4 Fnrgo t.usress.... :8 t'vill i A Nashi.... We u; 1'o a rn Union ....i .Michigan C(entral 70i Terminal ...i..... 11! Northern Pacific.. 21 Urogon Short Line 22 N. 1'. tef......... tl'. :. Ii. W trn.... :3;it Nortlhwestern ..... 103as I. I. I. lets .... 7t tt. Paul ......... 2 . IG. W. prief..... Il6 Money on call easy; closed offered at 2 per .-eat. Prime mercantile paper 5;4t7•i; Stlrhlng exchang* steadly; bixty-day bills, $4.bnl; dennud, t.b7h. (llI(AGO PRODUC(.l ('mcrnAn. Aug. I. - ('lose - Wheat, easy; Barley Nominal, siM Gee. tssrn--.teassly: cas-l, t0r: Nepirml slier, 57e, (Oate- -tis-yl: ('ash- Sh-l-t--lsbcr, e27.. lurk -Steads; eash, t1 eptember,$ 1.15. Lard Steady; sash, hi.tiOsunti.6ii; Septoimibr. Slsort rilbs St eliy rcash, 556.80...Sl7YS; Sep Fhort ele-ar $7.1- :-,, Shoulshrrs 5 90,"i;,i I' ill AG(t ('ATrl.t (erICANi., Anys. I. Cattle -Receints. 7725000; stetdy at yst i.d . ,otaltionls: IIt: va. s sH 2-56r (.ie; ben prim,, -hsera o1 rate: 'Texn-, t5 5 , ;;.BO tlogs -lierei t55 7.01): atrsady; rough and cstm ino . l 4.70i ' .10; nlixs d nIsi plackTr-, .$7.1 l ,.4ir; lsrihns' Isavy icuil si t('thr.,' weigits, u5.4, Sheep Receoilpts, 1,0(1); steadylb: native' IwPs..;t SONDS WANTED Totnl I-.'ue,, of CITIES, COUNTIES. SCHOOL DISTRICTS, WATER COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIES,tc. S' n",..p'rl .on-· o sudrleltl. I.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 167 165 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. 15 Wall Street, NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. WELP WANTWDU-NM3gAL1 ýAM' h"n$.De-NURSE TI) (O 001455 0 ' $20 per month. Applyl to ari. Klight, r.r Lenox.. HELP WANTEDt--MAII. WANTIrD-TWENTY MEN TO WORK O N Nth. -. It, free pa ship d and 4th. 1'. d'pot. WANTICD-TWENTY-FIVE COAL MINE1 R,. Norther Pacific Employment Agency, near N. P. depot. WAN'ED-I-'HANDLER WANTS A IRANCII man, $a-; two rooks, $I60; camp cook, sl4t WrANTED-YOUNG MAN WHO IS GOOD ' tenegrapher and typewriter, must be quick and correct. Permanent poslaton if uti. ctors Address, stat ngI a e, prvio exyerl e.ne sad alary expcted, X, I'. box184, ele WANTED --AN EXPERIIENCED WATCH masker and ge oengraver. Nons bhut lmt elas8 workmen need apply. Address W. t Richardson, Mlissoula, Mont. WANT'ED - AGENTS--FRIEE PREPAID OUT tit to energetic men. Several o our eale men have earned front $70 to $100 a week for yeare past. I'. U. box 1371. New York. SITUATIONS WANTIED-FPMA LE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE. SITUATION W NTID--BY COMPETENT 3wNoman. No objection to country. Address 308 North Rodney street. .ITUATION WANTED-A I SBIttT FINIBI[ K' er and collar and Ocff ironer wants work at her home, 17 Spruce street. ITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPFRI ored woman as housekeeper. Address Mrs. Brakes. tlhis office. SITUATION WANTED--AS HOUSEKEEPER or charge of boarding or lodging house by an industrious widow. (iood manager. Addrees Mrs. A. M. WV., lndependentotffice. ITUATION WANTED-TWO YOUNG GER Aman girls wish situation: would prefer with American families. (tall or address iH. KI., I3 Helena avenue, German hlotel. QITUA'IION WANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN L' wishes second work and sewing. 20 Raleigh street, Woman's home. QSITUATION WANTED-TO D1)0 SEWING IN , a private family. Address C, D. B., this otlee. ITUATION WANTED--AS NURSERY GOV erness; teaches English and music. Address Governess. this office. SITUATION WANTE--ITO DO SECOND work. Apply 20 lialeigh streIt. SITUATION WANTED-TO DO GENERAL housework. Apply at 20 Raleigh street. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FHRE. SITUATION WAITED--DURING MONTH of August backward pupils coached prepara tory to tall term. Address X.. Independent office. ITUATION WANTED--A STEADY YOUNG man wunld like a sitnation as meat cotter, or any other ki, d of work; willinug to work. Ad dress R. S., 52L ifighth avenue, Htelenn. SITUATION WANTED-A STEADY MAN wants esiltalon. Can do writing, etc., inan office, or assistant in a grocery store. \\ ould as. oeDt the office of care-taker or watchman, and would make himselt generally ouseful. an he well recommended. Address J. M., 12iBroad way. Helena. BOARD AND RtOOM OFFERED. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM: modern conveniences; A 1 table board. G0 oouth RIodney street. I1'Ol RIENT--ROOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY I' with board at 505 Ewing street. FOR lENT-217 EIGHTH AVENUE. I'LE. - ant furnished rooms. First-class table board 'OR LENT--TItIE FURINIS.HED ROOMS w' with or without board, No. 19 North Benton FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS ' with board, at .8 Soulh Rodney street. BOARD-EFIItST-C('LASS BOARD $81 PERI B week. 119 Hodney street. ANTEDI)-TWO YOUN(I GENTLEMEN room and Suard $26 per month. NouaO Filth avenue. FOR RENT--FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT-LARGE FURNIStHED ROOM; $12 per month; 305 Joliet street. I 'R 111EN''---FURNISHED FR )NT IOOM; h firt ltoor, $10. 526 Eighth avenno. L'OtI IENT--FURNISHED RlOOM, 429 ~ North Btenton avenue. l QOR IcENT-PLEASANT SU ITE OF ROOMS for two young gentlemon or mail an I wife; Ilso two siingle rooms. 18 North Blenton ave. S1OR RIEN'T-NICELY FURNISIIED ROOM, 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue,. FOR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ra roms at reasnal ratms. Harvey block. (rand street. Next door Hotol Htelens. FOtR R.ENT-I)WEI.L. ING.S. I;'R I'N'I'-$10. 5-tOOM lIOCSIE SOUTI1 I Ihodney; S12, 5-room ho.e,. llltts street; •11, 7-room cldwelline,. 'ensta ave0m,; 1 11;. ro:omn dwelling with large barn: $21, 7-roml Ilie:: Lath, etc.: 3:3, 9-room dwelling, near (''On:ral schllllo 45. 10-roomi dwelline. clntrally tlcat''d; other eiulslls for r rent at various Ilrice's. -lathe con. ('o., 7 Dehver bIlock. R011 ENT -NICELIY FURNIBHIEI) it USI,. f tivet roolns, $31,.(0 p'"r month. 'nquir' ' No. -'1' -;at a strl l''. l'Ult RiENT EIGltT-HiOOM IIOUSE WITHI 1• bath, <lo 'eto l nall nrleru convwnincucs. 20 East ('iutler, near lohdn'y street. Oil RENT' A SIX-Rlt()OTM IIUSE ON 1'1t1 he Ir of i:i:lh and )1avi a street,. with all 11d1l erln collr' nilloues. I ltluirc at 4I1-1 ,ixth avenue. I OS1 1 ItttWiN WOOLEN JACKET WAS Licked uI, by to rties ino d:ubllistsm, in front of Judgme Huth Inti, r,-,l ece, on roAd, to Hiroad .alll'. reok alo' last blUlday. Ph a-o letv lat Rlahigh i. l'ah ke',. I OSI Slit'AEl) () 'L E', I).\RK 4brown Ihret Ibralndl T ln righlt -houl Ier; h e-n .'ratn-h oin 1.1 solei. lSmall whitl ' star in to Wnm. Albrecht. h Si T ,1 010 ) IHiAt 'EL .. l',':'l'', 'l"'a' linl, ill hls" a nantal. Finder Ple"a-' leavet at this otie and rteceive reward. YOn.R AL. EAL EaTATU. L .LORBALE--DETII Am.Et R86F.81IENOIF L ' oneagonldEr avnnse, wlthl a block c el0 naand Montana avenuen StOUesah,. Mesheson & Co , I7 enver block, Oý SALE-TWEINTY-KlCOIT LOTS IN Fasterly addition, at modern prices and very eaay terms. Matheson A Co., 7 aenrer block. "I.R SALE-S00 WILL BUY TWO EXOtF'L lent sience lots in .lrnedwaler, within two blocks of Benton avenue. Matshson & Co., 7 Denver block. Oli SALEr--$50i FORA COIRN"E LOT, tO0 110: in Northern Pacific addition, north trout. Matheson & tn., 7 Denver block. OOR SAhLII-'INBTA.LhMENT LLAN-WE 1' have desirable dlwllings at various prics, from $1,; 0'; ip: in different perte of the city for a.lo on Ory reasonable terms, a small down pay ment required. the balance being payable i monthly or oquarterly payments. Mathadon & Co., 7 D)rnver bloek. L'Ol BSALE -A GOOD BUIL1ING LOT, 1 35x140 talloy on ride) within half a block ,t liodnoy street: prire $850: on veryeary tarms. A purchasor building on thin lot may have three yearo time to pay for it. Mlatheson & Co., 7 Den cver block. o.oR BALF-$500 VWIlLi BUY A PIECE OF land on upper end of Davis street; large enough to build several houses on;agocsd place for ma n who keeps stock; not oveiTre minutes walk from Broadway; $100 down, $25 per month. athoeson & Co.. 7 Denver block. T'ORP SALE-- 5 PER11 FRONT FOOT FOIl 1 lots five and six, block thirty-one, Flower Garden addition, eao 50xi10; only 1lI feet fromp Montana avenue. Matheson & to., 7 Denver block. T2OIllSALE-2lltlIITY-FIV E LOTS IN P111W leorreo aldition at prices varying from $500 to $1.i00: payable one-third down, balance nine and eighlteen monthas. Iatheson & Co., 7 Denver block. FOR BSAL-i-A NEW HOUSE OF tIX ROOMS, 1' pantry and bath room, on Howie street, No. 127. Also the two adjoining Iota of 42x100 feet. Apply at said house. FOIt BALE-$0.000 CASH--BALANCE ON long time will buy one of the prettiest new residences in the west end; eleven rooms hand comnely papered, furnace, electric bells and all modern improvements; beautiful lawn, concrete walks, carriage house, etc. An investment. l'ouessiou when desiroed. Address W.. 1. O. box 1022. ORtl BALE-WAItEHOUSE LOTl IN EL . liston, on N. I',. right of way, $100. Mathe eon & Co. FO tSALE--FORTY ACHES VALENTINE Scrip, at John . M, Neill's, 12 Edward street FOR SALE-1,600 FEET IN TIIE AMES AD orition at a bargain. 'lhe Witherbee An drew Co.. old bloA MISCIBELLANEOUS. TANTED-GOOD HORSE. BUGGY AND d harnoess in oxchangoe for mining stock. Ad dress box 3i1. "yANTED--PRESENT ADDRESS OF MAR c' s B. Boorman. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. STRAYED--FROM 1331 BOULDER AVE., Ssorrel mare three years ohl, nnbroken. branded Z with bar throuogh center of lettor, on right shoulder. A suitablo reward will be paid for informatio as to the whereabouts of the ani mal. W ANTED--A PARTNER WITH FliOM $1,000 to $2.,000 cash to take half interest in good paying busineoc. No previons experieonc required. Address William C. Stanley. lade pendent office, Hoelena. Mont. A GOOD SHOWY FRENCH PUPIL MADE ill ten lessons; also a general, practical knowledge of the langulage given in eameamount of time; no grallmar. Please examine recom nlondtions. Address Experienced Teacher, londe pendent office. TWO LITTLE GIRLS FOR ADOPTION. CALL - at the ELveidere between the hours of three and live. )AIRTNER WANT'IED--FOR TPE STATE OF l·ontaa---to sell one of the best inventions now on tie market. Sales gord and profits large. Partner to control lth, bllsiltes of the stae. Small capital required. hest of refer oenas. given and requ red. Address 11. lock box i01, Helena, Mont. -IX('IIANIGE.--WILL TIIADE A NEW EIGHlT Sroom hoouse for nniLmproved clear lots or acreage: or will sell equity for $1,750: balance in two years at tight per cent. Address Exchange, box 151. T~ANTED -- CHILDREN UNDER FIVE S ears of age to board. 531 Sixth avenue. "'AN'TED -5,1000 YOUNG SHIEEP NEXT SUM c mar for fhroo years on lshares; half wool and increale; parties have experience,. buildings, water and hay. Address W 1i. Standish. State's Attorney, Lagota, North Dakota. FOR SATLE-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR HALE-WALNUT lIED ROOM SUITE Stwo Iies), three-qnartcer oak bed room suite, china int;oer set, nine oak dining room chairs, beld lolnoe. two I a'r mattresses, marble top stand, hanging ll p, large mirror, rubeor Ihos, etc. Btll to-morrow anld lc'noday between one and live p. Im., 4'7 Spruce street. 12OI BALE--STOCK OF IIrO('ERIi;S FOR 1 sale and lstore for r(elt, corner lHIlena ave nue and it zorncan street. Long. well--eCsablished trade. lither long or short lease. ('hance of business reason lor selling. W. L. Kelly, N. 1' lepot, city. 1.'l SALE AN ELEGIANT PARLOR SUITE S for sai chlenat at i7:6 Sixth avecnre. It has bhen inll lie three months, and cost when now I 'Ol .ALE-SCIIOLARSHIP IN THE MION tana usinOes (0'ol1geK Call at this office. F-O hAILE SCHOLARISHIP IN THE IIEL entia tlcines I 'sollege. Call at this office. FORII RE 'NT-MISCEL. ANEOUS. FOR I tNT' TWi(o L,AHtRE ROOMS AND cellar in ba.otecnt, no dalipinosi; at 412 Ming strict,. or l of ltowec.. Ul1 IRENT IAlI'lI S,'OtIE -i-N NINTH : avenue and Illhbak streot: with modern Itelvilg: enitabll' fcor ally iIcercalltile luiines.s Aplply to tluchc, l'ouy At. l'01 Itl NT ''11111:1 FINE LARGE UJN furni.h,.d rmins, hot anid cold wnt'r, bath, c.. swi-icI cuwc of stable(; $1l. tillt ouith IRodney (Rt''ti N 1' UNFUlN1ISED ROOMS. - ` ; It# ro:L t ,a ys. 1, II'.h''-NF UINtNIMIIED ROOMS FOI Iltltc.c"e ,licng. Ih(lcIcrn ilclctrovc.mltnts. Sicglcc ccr cec-iitc. a,5 to $1" :ill 1-ightis ciaveuit. F I lINT TWO LARllE UNFUIINISIIED Irnicics ce 'nIlite,, with alcove and 'bath. Very dcsirablc. 717 Sixth aen.eicccci. bre cose 11 k a n t . I o m w h t h re of tecoon y at th t, a in Helene, dOnt,, so o t f puaro 91 electijtll j,. t.ftrteeeto :ct fo tit ensnuaR year. al ' t .ist such n 4r aoes as may . . r the Blosebgu July 93, 1891. 1. Power ae Mining omp The tnnual meiting of the stocfcldelrlepf the Ja lsy loe Mining notny will opn hold in the oflice of theaompelny room Nc,. 1, Power build og. In the city of Helen, Montana. on Tueeday, lSeptem c 1 1891, at'four o'ock m, for the election of even trnste., to serve durlng the ensuing yoer, and the trasartlon of such other bslnees s mays properly come efd. . .d.r ing. JA . WUIUR. President. BARNARD BROWN. doretary. Helena, Mont.. Aug. 2, 18tPl, NOTICE OF SALE QF WAIRANTS- NOTICE at 12 o'clock, noon, I will sell at my otloe to the highest bidder for cash, warrants of the city of Helena in the followin amounts, to wit: oen eral fund, $8tta0 Fire t partment fond, $1,000. Sealed bids sre reqoired. JAMES B. WALKER. City Troasur r. NOTICE OF PROBA'TE OF WILL-IN THIs district court of the First judicial district of ,he state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estateof Peter N. Bellmore. deceased. Purnuant to an order of said court, made on the lath day of July, 1891, notcte is hereby given, that, Wednesday, the fifth day of August, 1891, at o0 o'clock a. m.. of raid day, at tie court room of said court, at the court house in the county of Lewis and Coarke, has been apnointed aethe time nd place for proving the wi I of ,aid .teor N. ienlleore. deceased, nd for hearing the ap pliction of N. Kessler for the isonlnce to him of letrsn testamntary when and whore any person itereted may appear end oontest the JOHN BEAN. Clerk. By H. J. Cany, .Deputy. STIRLINO & lilUFFrY, Attorneys for petitioner. Dated July Ps, 1891. PROPOSALS FOR WATER WORKS--PRO pousal for the supply of water to the town of Whlite Stlphur tprings, Mont., on the franohise Slan, will no reonived by the town council until August 10. 1891. Propoeale must be accompanied bye $1,000 hond as a guarantee of good faith, and must ,;pecify: Lyeotem propo.ed. Sources from which water will be drawn. Amount of water that can be furnisherd. Presuoro at which water will be suppl'ed, for fir purposes, test to nt made with the now from four (4) one and one-quarter (14) inch nozzles. and for the period of tlhroe (8) coneecutive hours from hydrants on a level with the southwest corner of the Higgine towneito. Cost per hydrant for fire purOoses ftr twenty (20) hydrants and for each additinal hydrant. (ost for domestic and opersonal uses. Time at which work will be comnlpted. 'The town to have the prirlego of buying works at the expiration of tweuty 12.1, yeare. A further bond cf $2t0.00 will he rcquired of party or parties whose proposiion may be eo copted.'as a guarantee for the fulfillment of contract. 'the council reserves the right to rejelct any and all bids. A M. HENRY, lRecorder, Dated July 17. 1891. lIHERIFF'S BALE- BY VIRTUE tof AN - execution in my hands. icsued 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 B. liqrris agamnst Charles B. Nowbherry and Alfred EIourk, duly at tested the 11th day of July, A. D., 1891, I hare luvied upon all the right, title and interest of the said Charlee B. Newberry and Alfred Hlourk, in and to the followlng described property, sit nated in Lewis and Clarke county, state of Mion tas., viz: Lot number one (1) in block number six hun tired and six (000) of the Hobaon and Cannon ad dition to tihe city of Itelena Also the raLt thirty-fiRve feet of lot number four tweo 114) in block lettered "E" of the Blake ad dition to the city of Helena. 'Ioegther with all and singular th% tenemenits, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be Ihntinc or in auywtis appertaining. Nolice is hereby given that on Saturday the slet day of Auuost, A. D. 1891,. at the hour of 12 o'clocrk M., of said dlay at the front door of the csort-house in the city of lIelena, 1 will noll all tit right, title and interestofthe said Charles B. Newberry and Alfred Ilonrk, in and to ti: said above ,Lescrilad property, to the highest bidder for cash in hand. Givcn under my hand this the 11th day of July, A. D. lo91. CHARILES M. JEFFERIS, ilheriff. RALPn G. JooHNSoN. Depouty Sheriff 'he 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, - Seo. and Aset. Trees W. J. SWEENEY, - - Treasurer Board of Trustees. Thomas Cruse, Frank H. Cruse, W. J. Cooke, John Fagan, W. J. Sweeney. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposite compounded January and July. Transnacts a general Ibanking business. Draws exchange on the principal cities of the United Soates and Europe. Deals in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgages. Office honrs from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Also on Saturday and Monday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. - ontana National Bank. OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid In - $500,000 Surplus and Profits, - $200,000 Directors 0. A. BROADWATER, President L. G. PHELPS. - - Vice President R. L. McCULLOH, - Cashier S. E. ATKINSON, - - Asst. Cashier A. G. Clarke, Herman Gans, II. F. Galhn. Peter Larson, C. W. Cannon, I. C. Wallaea, David A. Cory. NO. 4400. elena National Bank ..* * OF .1ELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, . $500,000 Transaots a General Banking Bust. nose. JOHN T. MURPHY, - President SHIBLEY C. ABHBY, - Vias President FRANK BAIRD, . . Cashiter Int t allowed on time deposits. Exchange ae-d on foreign oountr:es. Traensfer of money bt telegraph. Firt-o.lss city, county and state amurities bought and sold. Colleotons promptly attended to. Board of Directors. John T. MarjhM, Fkrak aird. ('ha. K. Well, 5. P. Woolman, B. 0, Maelay, W. Ir. (llen, JoG. S Mendenhall, Aune B. Clemeutse; R. 14. Ford, A. A. McDonald, J. P. Porter. first 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 Banking Business Transacted. Safety Deposit Dozes for Bent. Direotore. S. T. HAUBER, - President E. W. KNIGHT, - - Cashier T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Ast. Cashier GEO. H. HILL, - 2nd Aest. Cashier Granville Stuart, . - Stockgrower Hon. T. C. Power, - - U. S. senator J. C. Curtin, - Clarke, Conrad & Curtln I. a. Hamilton, - - - Capitalist O. It. Allen, Mining ana Stookgrower Chas. K. Wells, - - - Merchant A. M. Bolter. - A. M. Holter Hardware Co Assoclated Banks, Northwestern National Bank. - Great Fall First National Bank, - - Misa First Nat.onal Bank. . - Bu.s The American National... BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL. - $200,000 T. 0. POWER, - President A. J. SELIGMAN, - Vice-President A.'C. JOHNSON, - - Cashier GEO. F. COPE, . Assistant Cashier Directors. T. C. Power, A. J. Seligman, A. O. Johns n, Richard Lockey, James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issued on principal cities or the United Staten, Canada and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Collections promptlr attendel to. City, county and state securities bought and sold. A erelhants 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 Cruse, M. Sands, B. S. Huntley, A. K. Prescott, A. J. Davidson, leoses Morris L. I. iHershfioli, Aaron Hersehfiold. J. Switzer. First-class City, County and, State Becuritiel bought and sold. Exchange issued on the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Interest allowed on time deposits. Colleotions promptly attended to. Boxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of the best constructed fire and burglar proof safe deon it vaults in the country. 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 Pre sident GEORGE B. CHILD, - Cashier JOSEPH N. KENCK, - Aset. Cashier Board of Directors. J. B. Sanford, C. G. Eva,ns i. W. Child, S. J. Jones., G. C. Swallow, Chris Kenock, M. D. Edgerton, C. K. Cole, George B. Child.