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I1WG TIMBER IS BOOMING.
.A Newspaper Man From Colorado Expects to Start Another Paper Soon. Building Operations in the Town Are Deoidedly Aotive at Present. 5Opeleew p Of the Place That Augur a Pros poreus luture-The Preacher Wea Not Gullible. BIo Tnua.a, Mont., Aug. 4.-[Speeial.] Big Timber will probably have a new paper. John W. Jones, associate editor of the Erie, Colo., Independent, is the gentleman who is talking of starting the paper. Since Mr. Jones' advent among us the Hatch family have decioed that it would be to their inter eat to publish the Pioneer in Big Timber instead of Livingston. They are erecting an office and their plant will be here in two weeks. Big Timber is growing and improving rapidly. Saws and hammers are heard on every hand. Fully twelve buildings are now contracted for and many others con templated. The town is not having a boom, it is the natural outcome of Big Timber's resources. She has them in abundance to support a city of several thousand inhabi tants. Two million pounds of wool will be shipped from here this year. 'the horse and cattle interests are lucrative and in good condition. The Boulder mines are showing up well and Big Timber is the natural outlet for their products. The Crow reservation has been a detriment to Big Timber. It contains some of the best agricultural and grazing lands in Montana, and also rich ore bodies. V ithin the next twelve months nearly all this land will be thrown open for settlement which will be of great interest to the town, giving it an impetus unheard of in the annals of perma neont and substantial town building in Mon tana. Real estate is advancing in price and the market is brisk. Considerable speculation is being done. Merchants re port business very good. Anyone can see at a glance that Big Timber is a good place to grow up with. Now is the time to get in on the ground floor. Big Timber is old and large enough to emerge out of her swaddling clothes, she ought to incorporate. There are a few who would kick vigorously at the proposition, however. Kellogg & Walbridge have formed a co partnership and purchased W. A. Bramble's stook of groceries and dry goods, in the Artington building. Mr. Kellogg's stock of dry goods in the bank building will be moved into the room lately occupied as the Arlington hotel. An arch will be cut in the wall between the two rooms, thus combin ing the two stores. The Grand hotel. a hlandsome two story brick is completed and furnished in true metropolitan style and appointments. It was formally opened to the public Aug. 8. In the evening a grand ball was given in honor of the opening of the hotel. Mr. Benjamin Mjelde, the genial young propri etor, spared no expense to make the event pleasant and long to be remembered, and he succeeded admirably. A real live minister of the gospel, Rev. J. A. Branch. is among us. He is a Congrega tionalist. A new church building will soon be ereoted. A young Canadian, just landed, was initi ated into the mysteries of snipe hunting recently. He remained faithfully at his post holding the seck and listening for the game from ten p. m. to 2:30 a. m. Becom inag weary of waiting, he wentlto where the team had been hitched only to find it gone and no trace of his companions. He walked back to town, a distance of five miles, a tired but much wiser man. The same trick was attempted upon the preacher, but that divine said, "Yes; I would like to go very much, if we could get a strong man to hold the sack." GREAT FALLS, New and Imposing Business Blocks it Course of Erection. OBaAT FAL.S, Aug. 4.-[Special.]-To the average visitor of Great Falls the first im. provements noticeable are handsoine busi ness blocks rising on every side in the busi ness center of the city. These, when com pleted, will be costiy and durable edi flees, monuments of utility to the enter prise of their builders and ornaments, which any western metropolis might be proud to possess. Their construction will not only help to make Great Falls an im posing and beautiful town, but will en courage the erection of other blocks equally as grand. The Tod building, on the corner of Central avenue and Second street, will be a five-story structure of cut stone, with roomy stores and delightful office rooms, and will cost $100.000. The Townsite and First National bank building, fronting on Central avenue at the corner of 'Third street, will, when completed, be five stories high, built of cut stone and pressed brick and will cost $150,000. The Cory block, Bcadley block, Realty building and a score of others are being rapidly pushed to completion in order to meet the continuous demand for mbre store and office rooms. Truly Great Falls is growing more rapidly than any city in the state at the present time, and her commercial, financial and manufacturing interests are keeping pace with her build ing growth. It is reported around town this evening that a new paper, to be calleoI the Saturday Evening Sun, will shortly be started here. The proprietor will be 0. W. Holmes, a resident of Cascade county. William Coombs, of Chote.u, and Miss FIRST BAY'S SALES AMOUNTTED TO $9,450. S* Contracts Made for the Erection of a 30-.Foom 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. -nformation Call on JAS. P. PORTER, Power Block, Helena Annie Williams, of Enfleld, North Carolin-, were married this morning at the Milwasu Iree hotel, Rev. W. B. Coomhe officiating. The groom isa prosperous yonng ranchman of Choteau, where he will reside in future with his handsome bride. Mrs. Catherine Wilson departed this morning for Kalispell, in the Flathead val ley, where she will open a restaurant and hotel. She has managed several eat inglestqblishments in this oity with snocess. An Empress' Views. At a small, but select social party the question was recently raised why there Is such a scarcity of female domestics. The widow of Emperor Frederick, who presided, took part in the diseassion. In substance she said: As long as the moral welfare of the domestics is not better looked after a remedy of the evil cannot be expected. In the first place something should be done to shorten the woeking hours of servants, and then a little more personal liberty should be allowed them. Not all of their demands are justifiable, bhat some are, and these should be granted. 'Too much freedom might endanger their moral relations. oeparate habitable rooms ought to be allowed them for their own use, which is not the case now. In all parts of the city homes should be erected for the women where they could meet each other during the leisure hours or on Sunday and read books or converse together. From time to time entertainments could be given in the homes. The moral elevation must be the cardinal question, as they have an import ant part in the education of children. in THE' MARKETS. i'.w Yons. August 4.-Bar silver, $1.00 . Copper Nomiual; lake, August, $12.25. ILead -tea'iy. domestic. $1 40. o The stock market opened wnak this morning. i- Too close was quiet but heavy to weak. after te light reactions in the last Iour. Final changes, so with the except on of one or two specialties, i' show marke.t losses. Union Pacific declined 2-., ro sugar 21, llissouri Patcifi anti No;rthern I neific preferrod anch1 lt, and St. Paul one per cent. ' The rest of the list lost generally large fractions. 1 ieovernments-- teady. .o l'etroleusm--Closing at60.sc. st Closing (losing , U. 8. 4sre.......... Iiat Northwesternpref 131y4 U. S. 4S coiopoe....11ti4 NIw York Central. lit9 Et I:. . Vito reg...... l10i Oregoln inm ....... :.3 0 U. S. l!,s e'oupon..10,1.i Oregoll Nav....... t6 t'acitic lie ........ 110 North American... 12', S Atolisol ... . ...... 831 l'Pcsific Mail....... 1214 n ('auada I'a ....... 8:1 Rock Island ...... 7014 Stanada Southern.. 4T! Sit. Paul ..... ... 62 Central l'acltic ... 29 St. I'aul l Omaha. 22 Burlington ....... 1t Tl'exas Pacific ...... 14 to Dl. & Lark....... 31 ii Union Pacifio ..... i Ltc . D & it. (., pref.. 41i U. S. Elxpress..... 57 Erio ............... 18 Fargo E:xE ress.... 38 Kans.as & Texas.... 134 We-torn Union.... 78Ns 5 Lake Shor ......7 .10773 Amenri. 'utton Oil. 184t d L'ville Nash..... N ie. 4 'Tlerminal ......... 11. a Michigan Central. 8715 Oregon short Line 21 Misasouri nacilie... i61 I Ii. (U. Western.... 35i! Northern 'aeifio.. 21!s It. Gi. W. lets .....73 N. P. pref......... 60lt It. (i. W . prof...... 66 SNorthwestern .....104 Money on call easy; closed offered at 1!x I, per cent. Prime mercantile paier :,.5457%1; Sterling exchange steady; sixty-day bills, $4.0tSl,; demand, $4.8.4.,. 8 CHICAGO PRODUC(P e Carsato. Augo 4.-Close-Wheat, easy; cash, 8f ,'8ii31Stc; September. S1Ss 8S4c.' a Corn-Steady; cash. 59i: ; September. 57c. S Oats--Bteady: cash 27%-S(,'7.i; September, 272'. a Barley-Nominal, 670l p r. . - Pork--Dnll; cash, $11.12t1,: eptember, $11..20 $11.225x. Lard-Dnll; cash. $6.55 BSeptember, $6.65, Short clear--$702.tti7.30. htonllders- 5.001, t1,00. Short ribs--$6.7056.75, (:HICtAGO CATTLE. CHtceAno, Aug. 4.-Cattle--Receipts. 7,000: te.tdy to stronger: no prima nnaties on sale; good to choice, $5.00a5.75; medium and ec.nm t mon. n,'.5(!a4.75; T1exans, $2. 252.3.tO; stockers. $2 tO f:4.oo: range steers, 3t.80l- 5. Hogs---Heceipts, 13.000; active, steady; prime ligdt higlir; routen and co,,nton. 4.0O.tl5.15; mixed nti packers, 05.2350.5.45; prime heavy and bnutchers' weigohts. email@example.com; prims light, t$5.510, S.9'; light grava-c.r, 81.504, 5.25 Slhel.-- rtceipts, 1,000; steady: natire ewes. $:l.52()14.6O: nuxt;l and wsetherse. 2,'0(0 2.ai; 'Texans, 4:.0'?,1(; .1; westerns, $I.1004-4 010. P WOOL. PHTLADFtPHIA. Aeg, 4.-Wool-Steady Mnd un changed; Montana line, 195l22c; territorial, 15 (t21e. I bsTON. Aug. 4.-Wool -Steady; territocry con dium, 8 53555.. Texas and Califoarnia ani (I reo,on wool, in fair request and stoeady; Australin lfirt and in good demand. )-NssOLrTiON NOTI('I -J. Zywert atad S:wan Nordstrom. doing husiness tuner theo name of F'toa; Cish Market, 1507 itoberts strict, is this day dissolved by mutual consent Air. Zywert will -ontinue the business, and will on tloavor tomtrit the Iatroenage of both old antt new customers. J. ZYWFRT, SWAN NORIIDSTIIOM. Ielena,. Aug. 4, 1101. tHE"RIF'S SALE-FIIo:nDI ('K THORINTON, and Nels Waltburg. c-partners as 'Thornton SWn.all tart. plnintiffs, vs. Sidney A Witltrhereo asd Bertha fsithorb;e, his wife, and Fredrick S. Witherhese, de'tondaatal. ;tader and by virtue of an ordteor of sale andl adeareO of forecloasure and aaile is-ued out of rlthe ldt.trirt court of the Firvt Judticial district of !h, etat., of .Mnlota-a, ill and for ttaw calantv of Ia.ewi and ( lriat, on the lit tiny ,'fAtglivt, A. i. 18 11, in taIaorsOetl tleat a]riolaas-hcrein Fri elrie :la horn ton and Nols Walbaurg. ou-tlat'urs :1as Thornton & \\ alburg, the alovo o namti Ialtillaiftts, oltaineitd a judigmlnt s.ad docr., of foJa-'aoloa-te a1lt 1 shla' ag:tnsl Sidul.y A. Wsltherbo;., and Irtha Witrt r hlea. hia wifa.. and 1Fredrick A. With erl t. aletentlonna, on IhI. i-tlah yaa of t.ut. A. D. 1801, for thoe sit at 105.5 A basidte" inut-rI.t, o. ot::n a'hll saey fee,. which trail ice', \ ,; onl tia 1thlh ia;ly lf Jnh A. ). 181d. reoaral.d is, jodaona la ;as,Oah No. I"I'r a L aiI aus;;rl r:t pa'r 1050. I aim comtnwdod to, sell ti1 thtase c,';ain lotsie . p or a a ra-I f h 'i, peit tatte. laean Isl binag in theleaanty of Lasis nlld ('larks. -tata a-f Mua:ana, ao:al hlotnalod and da-varibat Is follaows, o-.wit: L Isr. l alloal five 5: a2nd 'ix d ii) in blck ,ane lhn lr-ir aad a ighlty thre 11:l) ill thI Ilcadfl rtl otolition lto lthe city of lolca.a, counrt) and state d afoco.aid. 'agal'oaher with all andl lo.agalar Itho tanenmntsaa hoaralitalallants, ai a rltolaoran:aaaaea" tlereulnto Ihe longiang vr icl aany waisea lsLat'ra illinlg. I'tllie natice an herebay iva it that on aonday thel -'tllt de a f Als-aag , A. I A ll. Ftt .12 ,clock In. of tlhat day ;t thle faront adoar sf tt co lrt Loue . Jlle'a:a. La, is ,, i a; I lark s ' tonty, 51'itataaaa, I b iao ia. o;ali,-n;a tao said ordlr ot -slu an'l dti eoo 0 of f':elognoc anad -sltl,. eol the aalaovedoscril.,at - Ir;. a O.v, Or so, ncllol t5! ,-ot as ay lag o toc ,scary to saitiey 'aid ] laolo;oanat. wita iotoree.t. aaldI rs.,t, to i;le iigtl.st a' tl best illt,.r fcr cash - in l.anl. (iv\i undera nmy Ihand thlis 3d day of Aaugust, A. JJ. 1 001. CIIAS. Mt. JEI'FEIIS, Shbrif. , I7I IIAIL'It Ii. JOIINSON, DepLuty Shurill. o. . . . . .. HI(LP WANTED--MAL.I p W ANTED-CIIANDLhR WANTS 10 1A4M n mI n, $811; men, $ .a.O a dayr 1 awamp .Il Idishbwaer, l, -". ,ANTID-OItANDlER WANTS A HANOI l e man, $8'; two cooks, $00; oamp cook, $1 nt l ANTED-YOUNG MAN WilO IS 000 Sstenographer and typewriter- most 1 i alek ad orrect. l ermaneat position if sati Sactory. Address. 'stagin dE, prevtous exU enas and salary eapeted , 1,P. U. bo 184, ni be WANTID - AN EXPIERINCEDO WATOC 0mkerand good engraver. None but firs e class workmeu noeed appty. Addree#s W. Ie icharcdlson, Mitsorula, Mont. 'I, T'ANTIO -WAti:N'T-BF~ E PI^I'AID OR1 s it to energetic men. Several of our rales of men have eared from $70 to o100 a week ft i years pavt. I'. ). Lboa 1371, New York. o SITUATIONS WANTED--FEMALE. td Atvertisements under this head thres tIme Id FREE. is Is SITUATION WANTED--BY A WIDOW LAD nas housokeperr best of referenee. Addres ~Billings, Indetpudent oftioe. Helena. IT SrUATION WANTED-BY SEWINIG GIRl at lln Broadwnu ay. ood references. SSTUATION WANTF)--TWO WOlMAL WANT work; tamily washing done thea) and tiwl Sgo out by thie hour. Address 219 Cutler street. o SITUATION \VNTED--BY ('OMPETEN'I Swont. No objection to country. Addros e 308 North Rdstney street. SITUATION WANTED-A 1 U8ILRT FINIsHt cr anid collar and cuff ironer wauts work a her Irhorate, 17 oSpruce street. 1TUAT1ION WANITED-BY AN EXPRIII nutodd r woman as housekeeper. Address Mrs irakes, this office. iTUAT'ION WANT1ED--AS. iOUSEIEEtPE! or charge of boarding or lodging house by ar industrious widow. bootd manager. Addres. Mrs. A. M. W., lndependentoflice. SIT'UATION WAINTED--TWO YOUNG IGER. mall girls wish situation: would prefer with American families. ('all or address (i. Kli., 6 Haelna avenue. Gorman hotel. SITU At ION WANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN wishes seoind work and ser ing. 20 Raleigh street. Woman's home. ITUATION WANTED--TO DO SEWING IN Aa private family. Address C. D. B., this office. S ITUATIONS WANTED--MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FRlEE. ; ITUATION WANTEDI-BY A YOUNG MAN fromthe east with good endorsements ant rity references with some business firmn, Address limartler, Indoprndent. SITUATION WANTED-By MAN AND WIFE for mining camp or raneh. Man can do any kind of work; wife good cook. Address M. W., this office. SITUATION WANTED-D URING( MONTH of August hackward pupils coached prepara tory to tall term. Address X.. Independent office. BOARD AND (ROOM OFFEREIS. FOtR IIENT--NICELY FURNISHED ROOMT modern eonveniences; A 1 table board. '0 South itodney street. OR HRENT-B-ROOM 1N PRIVATE FAMILY ._with board at 505 Ewing street. FOR RIENT--217 EIGHTH AVENUE. PLE tS ant furnie.hd rooms. First-rlass t:tblo board OIl hENT-THIIII E FUlINISHEI) 11001M Swith or without hoard, No. 11 North Benton avenue. FORt RENT-NICELY FURNISHED BOOMS with board, at 58 South Rodney street. BOARO--FIRST-CLASs BOARD S0 PER wook. 119 Rodney street. WANTED--TWO YOUNG GENTLEMEN room and beard $26 per month. No. 20i Fifth avenue. lFOR RENT-FURNWISHED ROOMtS. ;Oft RENT--FURNIISHED FRIONT ROOM; F brat floor, $10. 52ti Eigihth avenue. -OR I:ENT--FUnNISIIIu ROOM, 42D In orth uBentot avenue. F-OR B AENT-PLEASANT SUITE 0f ROOMS Sfor two young gentlemen or man atol wife; also two single rooms. 18 North Benton ave. OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED LOOM, F 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenueo. T7OR IIENT-COMFORTABLY FURIINISHED - R reonls at reasonal rates. Harvey block. Girand street, Next door hotel Helena. FOil RENT--DWVELLINGS. 0] pI:NT1--$10. 5-1100M HOUSE SOUTH |Itdill ' y; $12, 5-room house: Bitte street; $16., 7-rooun dwelling, Peosta avenue: $15, 5-room dwielling with largo barn;m: $25 7-room brick. Ilathl, etc.: 3:15, 9-room dwelling, near ('en:rat :hlloh :..1i5, 10-roots dwelling. crntrally loreat'd; rithrr hIlog-'r for rent at various prices, hiathe eon t('o.. 7 I)enver block. "_tO REN'r-EIGIT-ROOM" HOUSI, WITIIT arthl, clro[et, aird all modern eonvevionces. 320 East Cutler, near Rodney street. FO REN'T--A SIX-ROOM HOUSE O ('OR r er of ninth and Davis streot, with all mlod er conveniences. Inquire at 424 Sixth avenrue. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. t'Olit ENT--LARGE STOIRE (IN NINTH --aenue and (hihback street: wtitr nOohrn shelrving: suitable for any mercantile bu.iinos. Apply to Buch, 'ory r (Co. ,-OR RENT- TWO UNFURNISHtED ROt)MS. 71iI road way. 1,OR I(IENT--UNFUIRNISHED ROOMS F,'ORt ho0neo')l. or!ing. Modelrn improvemstals. sinagl or onviite. $5 to $12. 516 Eighth avruue. FOR lI1N'T---TWO LAIIGE UNFURINISIED F rooms en suit, with alcove anr d hath. Very desirablhe. 717 Sixth aveoltlo. FOlt SAl E- -Mt0II t.LANE OUEi I;oI; SALE-ASN EIE:GA;.;XNT PAliLOR SUITE b 8 .l i n 1 lc e t i te d m o n t h .. an dl co s t w h eo n n o t M;OiALI-OLD P'AI'EIiS AT A BAIRGAIN fOR SALE--SCtIIOIAI iSHf1-P IN TnH lION tana tlusirtss ('otllcgo Coll at this otlico. -.,~OR SALE-- SCHOI.A lIIa IN 'lit' FiEL esn s u a sino s Co ll e geu . i :: dl ~a t th is o ff i ce . e Fo k Eio. yt av e, wor be ia o i. FR IJLt +Dj-DIRBlE REBtfIriEnCE OT ID n andNuns aMa venuesl$lOt rh, a( - r t0 Co , 7 Ueonver batk, SF R SAE ,TWENTY-EIG(HT WLB WIl a Eaetery addition at moern pri. a1 vatry "y terms. Matheon t Cati, vlneer block. rOHR ALs-I $00 WILL BUY TWO MCXIE O It. Ont residenos lots in lrodraid ar, wrlthn two books of .lenlon avenue. Mathson coo. -7 Denver block. 1 olt HAIAE-8M00 FOR A CORNER LOT. toe ur 1 li;n F Northern Pacifoic addition, north frout. Matheson o,,& 7 Denver llok.. 'OE B1ALE-INSTALLMENT PLAN--WE Sfom ave desirable dcelllngs at variues prlnc-, from1 ,03 urp; in differenot parts of the cty, for male on very reasonable terms, a small dlown pay Cmoet requiredl, the balance being payable in Y monthly cr c uartrly payments. Matheson & CIo.. is 7 Denver block. FOR BALE-A GOOD ItUILDING LOT 4x110 (alloy on side) wlthin halt a block o1 Rodney street; price $320; on veryeo1y terms. A T purchaser building on this lot may hav three years tir e to pay for it. Matheson & Co., 7 Den ver block. 1OR lSALE-5oo00 EWILL BUY A PIECE OP r land on pper end of Davis stret:; large is enough to build several honses on: a good place for a man who keeps stock; not over five minutes walk from Broadway; S100 down, $25 per month. i- hlatleaon & Co., 7 Denver block. 1.Olit SALk--$5 PFIR FRONT 'OOT FOIl - lote five and snix, block thirty-on, Flower Garden addition, oacc t0xal10; only lt feet from . Mottana avenue. Matheaon & o,, 7 Denver block. . '1Olt SALI--THIRTY-FIP E LOTS IN FLOW a errel. adition at prices varying froml $500 to p11100l: ayichls one-third down, balance nine aod eighteen months. iatheeson& Co., 7 Denver - block. Ot SAL--A NEW I1OUBE OF SIX ROOMS, No ltnutry and bath room, on Howie street, No. 1. Also the two adjoining lots of f2x1O feet. Apply at said house. Ro!TOl SALE-$0.000 (ASHI--BALANCTE ON o long time will buy one of the prettiest new residenoces in thle west end; eleven rooms hIand i comely papered, furnsoc, electric bells and all modern improvements; beautiful lawn, concrete walke, carriage houce, etc. An inveatment. Iosessioit when desired. Address W.. P. O. box 1022. SL'O SALE--WAtEHOUISE : LOT.S IN EL 'liont t, onN. On . right of way, $100. Mathe con C Co. 1Oit SALE--FRIITY ACRES VALENTINE I" Scrip, at John. f. M, Neill's, 12 Edward stret. F'OR SALE--lt000 FEET IN THE AMES AD Switio at a bargain. The Witherbee An LOST LOST-A BUNCHt OF KEYS-FINDER RE . trnt Independent office and receive re. ward. OST-A SMALL IIAY MARI,. WHIlE SPOT in face, hind feet wite, brandel M on right shoulder. hinder please return to residence of S. T. Hauser and receive reward. LOST--A LAH(E ORANGE AND WHITE ST. ernard dog. A collar marked J. H. Con rad, Ilillings. was around his neck. The finder will be suitably rewarded by returning tis ani mal to 702 Madison avenue. OST-BRIOWN WOOLEN JACKET WVAS picket op by parties in loable team, in front of Judge Hunt's residence, on road toBroad water, week ago last Sunday. Please leave at Raleigh & Clarke's. LOST--STRAED ORt STOLEN. DARK brown horse branded T on right shounl der; has scratch on left side. Small white star in forehead: right lhnd foot white. Finder return to Wm. Albrecht. JOSiT-(iOLD) IBRACELET. PEARL SET -tinR, in blue enamel. Finder plcase leave at this office ail receivc reward. ----------- MIS(CELLANEOUS. WVANTED--PRESENT ADIDRE.S OF MAR 'cos 13. Boorman. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. I TANTED--A PARTNERI WITH FItO110M V ( $1,00 . to $2.500 cash to take half interest in good paying busciness. No previousn experience required. Address William ('. Stanley. lnde tendent office, Itelena. Mont. A GOOD SHOWY PRENCII PUPIL MADE in ten lessons: also a general, Iractical knowledge of the language give in samoearnonut of time; no grammar. Plesie examine recom nmendtions. Address Experieeed Teacher, Inde pendent octico. WOV LITT'LE GIIRLS FOR ADOIPTION. CALL at the Belvidero between thle hours of three and five. )ARTNER WANITED--FOR TIE STATE OF ontana--to rsell one of the bet inventions now on the market. Pales goc:d and profits large. I'arrner to control the business of tie dldte. imnall caliita required. Iest of refer ene "s given ani roqu red. Addressa . lock box .i(, Htelena, Mlona. Ltl('HtANG'-W\VILL TRIADE A NEW EIGIHI' Sroom house for uinimlclroved clear lots or aocreage: or will sell ealiity for 51.750: balance in tuoo nears at eight per cent. Addrees Exclhange, box 151. A'ANTES) -- CIILDREN UNIcER FIVE years of age ti, board. 531 Sixth avenue. `VANi ED-u, E-5. YO()UNG SIIEEP NEXP SUM Icer for thrreo vears on shares; half wool and inlcrres'; lartiestlhave experience, buildings, water lnci hlcy. Address W H. Standish, State's Attorne.y, Laeirta, North I)akota. ----+-.2 OTI ('I+)I AcI'l,lI 'ATION 'i ('UTTIMýi;ILU C In auccord:ellc. willth thi prcvisions of section 5, ci :ti c:.' o Stir-,, i , lithi, acnd iordc.r the rules cccI reCull dios of .May 5,. 1591. 1, the nndersigcic-rl i cI'ci s:eve notlice' that at the exi ration if twiny-on. dha,.s from the first pIblica tion cif this ii lice.. I will mahnlo writtcc applirca tico to itlii hiuilcl'cltle i.cre.talry if the interior for auithorit tocur anc i el lt,cii acll the cmerchantable raw le::, wl:it-.ac e tl If i i(c, cIc tile followin g T]he aluli )'I.I lncci. -,r-vr. "d t ccc)cncncingat whait will b ' ti ,' u thciIII..i e(rcici tf section 21. townsiplll 12 uorth, of rangi N., 2 wet.e- wheon cllrrccecei:t 'ii t h(llcc c I·Iicl.m . (.ca-t tihr(,c Icilccc, thence E clorlccci e tl cc. hi..l(.,,\vc-- c rI ticicI ncie,, tiencc auidl iclacl hia\il- tilr,,ir.ei abtcuo+ cix tIunclrocl lhou-anil tI-it ctf chico ancd ree 1 citho i abunt Cilic;lclIlclcaIltltviii. scdii ci Il l li in cc I cicic-el(crcl ronlch ictclcitoicciqc,ci tlii fu •.crricuctltca tier l)<)npr, andi ic hleit, 1 in the cctluty ofi Meagh'er in the ctate c-f Sollccllcca. C .IAS. COCIlEAN. Iirdt IdUhliCiLLeccc Aug. 5. -= :--m_F'm " rt uý publicaiton wa Jltye ae or b writteo L.ranite le- tof to the honorable searetary of the flerlot Suoi demoveat thp meban p t a tmeS ttmbn on the NN Ttheurtb t ton tonasl 6 nort ange 0 pai t oacd es vandh -tp t aamU ri also that certain tract of laii which'fi no nlest id tract oland o on ,res andhavi the a t '. timber; ald Jntit) s b auora d n adapted to age o .t t~ p ch interioall be dr, ay Aheountyýin te sthate antna , L 2.C SJreatpublieat July 1a w ritt 1 e 1 NloVICEnOF PFLnCApýn T9.VTTIMBER b ttooaynore olt the pro the vin erl Slaton ho r a toamfr and reg oe he nta te raw eo e cretandri the followin, 1 w oat Ienio n a o t 0entne o tihe i orsilteurth can be 4tie. I w m itten p ta I t dthe honorable r the hr ot fe mneio Sde ribedhetof land o-wi laint Fi t andrtektam the eight or west fork of c eommniny o oea t a t idnd t to eMacoonea dt aand running t-ce ot ree (3mile thence south six (8) mlles, thenc wet six (6) mile.thence northelR (6) mleS.,thtnr eastpo th e (8) miles to the place oLf bi fni. . Tid land b.. u Lured, bt lyngUe neape nt canbe determ n r in own. nort, h, and in Srange 8 or@ euta laid land havinl thereon bout one million fet of pine nd andtimber, all of Uid a nd beng Ir on-mir, rouh land stpa.I i(y nOT ed r a ri ura purpos, and ploted i the Sount of Meaher and st rn of Mnitna -. O Dated July lt. 18c . I r PROPOSALS FOR WATER WORKS--PRO pohats for the supply of water to the town or WPhite Sulphur Sprlngs, Mo nt..on the franchis an, ill e received by the town council until Augusut 10, 9ll. AfPrtposa must fe aecomatnied byeri $i,0o bondas a guarantee of tod falth, and mntf specify:. rystem proposed. Dourced from which water wll be drawn. SAmoucnt of water that can he furnished. Pressure at which water will be suppl'ed. for fire purposes, test to be made with the flow from fcor (I: one antd one-quarter (1!) inch nozzles. and for the oiund of three (a) consecutive hours from hydrant, on a level with the eouthwest corner of the -tliggins townsite COrt per to drhot for fire pnrof for twenty (2o eadinas and for ean the aditinal fillmdrnt ( Set eel domeftic and personal uset h Time at ttach tork will be n completed. at the expiatiohen of t poetty ( ol said rk A In tter bond of hat,(ll) will pe rrqsiretd of terty or parties whose pWillsiaiou Kly, easo contract. bhe cound;p reserves the right to reeot. an and all bids. A. IM. RENRY, Dated July 17. 1891. iN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE FIRST Judicial District of the State of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the mattler of the estate of a iain m Kelly, deceasedl. Order to show canoe why sale of mining prop. erty should not be made. un reading and filing the petition of William L. Steele and blichae[ Kelly, executors of the last willsnd testament of William Kely. de cessed, and praying, among other things. for an order of sale of the mining property of said cci tate of William Kelly. t isortdered. That all persons interested in the e..tste of the s.Ad William Kelly, dn eatrede de and prear before the District p ourt, in and for the couunt of Lewis and Clarke. at the court room of maid court, in the court house in said county, :n Mondayd the tenth day of August. 180, at 10 o'clockr a. mi., then and there to how cause why an order of sale should not be made of the mining property of said estate actording to law. It is forther ordered, That a copy of this order be published for four successive weeks before the said tenth day of August, 18o, in the heleona Independent1 a newspaper printed nnd pub lished in the said Lewis and Clarke county. ILigned.l HIOtlACE It. BUCK, Judge. ANNAD IMEIC TING-TIIE ANNUAL MEr inK of stockholders of the HelePa Lumber Company for the election of o, cars and the transaction o such other bousiness. as may prol erl; com.nlofore the 10eeting will be hold at tim' office of said company, 1800 Lyndale avenue, In the citr of Helena Mont., on Thursday, Aug. 2u, 1891, at 12 o'clock m, W. B. ORRloe ON, Secretary. he Thomas Cruse Savings BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated bUnder the Laws os Montana, PAID IN CAPITAL, - $100,000 THOMAS CRUSE. - President FRANK H. (RUSE, Vice President WM. J. coOKE. - Se . and Asnst. Trans W. J. SWEENEY, Treasurer Board of Trustees. Thomas (`ruse, Frank H. Crmse. W. J. Cooke. John Ftan, W. J. Sweeney. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposits compounded January and July. Transacts a general banking business. Draws exchango on the principal cities of the United Sautes and Europe. Deals in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgages. Office hoers from 10 a. m. to 4 p.m. Also on Saturday and Monday evoningcs from 7 to 8 o'olock. f ontana National Banks OF HELENA, MONT, UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid In $500,000 Surplus and Profits, . $200,000 DirectorL 0. A. BROADWATEI, - President L. C. PHELPS. - - Vice President H. L. MoCIULLOH, . Cashier B. E. ATKINSON, - - Aest. Caehier A. 0. Clarke, ltermAq Cans. It. F. (;lain. Peter Larson, C. W. Cannon, H. (. WaUase. David A. Cory. NO. 440., elena National Bank.*** OP 0 EI. LENA, MONT. - CAPITAL, - $500,000 Transacts a General Banking Busi JOiN . MURPHY, - President $RIRaET C. AISHBY, . Vice President PRANK BAIRD, . - - Cashier Intereat allowed on time depoaits. EUohaap amsd on foreign eountr:es, Transfer of money b, telegraph. First-cla elty, county and state ecurltlie bought and sold. Celleotions promptly attended to. Board of Dilreetoer hirey . Atb. T. . MeAdow, rank Hairld. ('has. K. Wells, . P. Woolean, . G. Malay. W. B. Cullen. Jno. S Mendenhall, Abner B. Clementst .. Ford. A. A. McDonald, . P. Porter. -irst 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 Businees Transacted. Safety Deposit Doxes for Bnt. Directors. S. T. HAUE R, - President E. W. KNIGHT, - Cashier T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Asst. Cashier GEO. H. HILL, 2nd Aset. Cashier Granville Stuart, B- tockarower Hen. T. C. Power, * - U. S. Senator J. C. Curtin, Clarke, Conrad & Cunrtin B. S. Hamilton, - Capitalist 0. . Allen, - Mining and Stookgrower Chaa. K. Wells. . - Merohant A. M. Holter. - A. M. Holter Hardware Oe Assoalated Banks, Northwestern National Bank, - Great Fall First National BLank, Misso First Natoa Bnl ak. - Bln The American National... BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL. $200,000 T. C. POWER. - President A. J. SELIGMAN, - Vioe-President A. C. JOHRSON, - Cashier GEO. F. COPE, - Assistant Cashier Directors. T. C. Power, A. J. Jeligman, A. C. Johns n, Richard Lookey, James SBullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issued on principal cities of the United States, Canada and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Collections promptly attended to. City, county and state secuorities bought and sold. OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITt . Paid in Capital, - $350,000 Surplus and Profits, - $ 90,000 L. H, HERSHFIELD, - - President A. J. DAVIDSON, - - Vice President AARON HERSHFIELD, - - Cak I " * Board of Dlrectots. Thoema Crure, M. Sands, S. S. Huntley, A.K. Prsscott, A. J. Davidcson Nloses Morris L. H. Hrolhfiell. Aaron Herahfieldl J. Switzer. First-class City, County and State Securities bought and sold. Exchange ieaned on the princinal cities of the United Otates and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Interest allowed on time deposite. Collections promptly attended to. Boxes for rent at rea.onsahls prices in one of the beet constructed fire and burglar proof cate doepo 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 Pe tident GEORGE B. CHILD, Cashier JOSEPH N. KENCK, . Asat. Cashier Board of Directors. J. B. Sanford, C. G. Evans, H. W. Child, S. J. Jones, G. C. Swallow, (Chriq Kenok, i. D. Edgerton, C. K. Cole. George B. Child.