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The Hold-Back-Your-Wheat Circular Was the Child of Grain Speculators. Not a Cent of the Great Ex pense Paid by the Alliance. Anything to Ieat Sherman Is the Platform of the Ohio FParmers-He Must Jolts Ingalls. WAeaM0TroN, Aug. 5.-There is no longer any doubt that the farmers' hold-back wheat circular was inspired by grain specu lators and that the ocst'of its issue and dis tribution throughout the country was paid for by these speculators. The Minneapolis Journal correspondent to-day has been lucky enough to cet at some important facts in connection with this matter. It can be stated without question that the cost of the issue and the distribution of the air cular was $.,O0 in round numbers; and, furthermore, the Farmers' alliance has never been called upon or requested to stand any of this amount. President Polk, of the National Farmers' alliance, was seen by the Journal corre spondent this afternoon and questioned a'oaely. He admitted that the circular had never been sanctioned by the alliance or any of its oflocials, and asserted that the alliance had never been put to any cost in the distribution of the circular. He was asked as to the rumor that the circular was inspired and paid for by speculators. He laughed sarcastically when he replied Yan kee fashion: "Will you tell me what earthly reason wheat speculators would have in is suing such a circular? Don't know? Well, I want to say to you that this rumor is foolish. This circular was mighty good ad vice to farmers. 'his is the reason, I sup pose, why it was distributed and why it has created suck a furore in every part of the country. It was not issued by the alliance nor was its issuance sanctioned. Neverthe less it was mighty good information to be placed before them." Polk became irritable when additional questions were prnt to him and turned the correspondent over to H. W. Ayres, his pri vate secretary, whom ho introduced as the manager of tho reform press bureau. Ayres was very talkative, and something tangible was obtained from him. He said that the wheat circular was first submitted to him by Mueller, of St. Paul. or an agent of his. This man wanted to have it sanctioned by the National alliance officials, but Ayres replied that this could not be done. He was teld, however, that the matter would be given to the public through the channels of the press bureau, and Ayres says that copies of it have been printed in several thousand Alliance papers. Circulars have also been sent out from this bureau. Ayres says this bureau has no connection with the National alliance. He admits it is a vehicle for the distribution of alliance doc trines, however, but sa)s the wheat circular was given notoriety because he thought it contained information that the farmers ought to know. Ayres admits that neither the alliance nor the bureau has stood any cost except that of having the circular printed in al liance papers. He has been informed that 1,000,000 copies of this circular were issued and distributed and that the total cost was $50,000. lie professes to have no knowl edge that the seeculators paid for its is suance. He doesn't know, he says, whether Minnesota men connected with it sold out to speculators or not. The fact is he does not care, and this seems to be President Polk's position in a nut shell. FRUIT FOR TRE SICKLE. Sherman Marked by the Alliance for Its Ownl Victim. WVASINGTON, Aug. 5.-The National alli ance officials are after Senator Sherman's official scalp. A signifloant interview ap peared in the Washington Post this morn ing, the substance of which is that the alli ance doesn't care anything about McKinley, but is go;ng into the Ohio campaign to work tooth and nail for the express purpose of defeating Senator Sherman. President Polk, of the National alliance, and Jerry Simpson arrived in Washington last night, and it is supposed that Polk is the man who outlined the clliance programmre in opposi tion to Sherman. Both Polk and ,;imcson are to take the atumrn in Ohio. As between Sherman and Fortiker the alliance leaders say they prefer the "oky-rocket politician." "the bove are after ShUrman's scalp," said Jerry Simpson, "and they are as cer tain of gettins it as they were in the case of Ingalls, or Hampton. Wears not caring so much about the gubernatorial contest. Let that ro as it will, with either McKinleov or Campbell victor. What we are after is the senatorship. Sherman is marked for re tirement and oat he goes. I doubt even whether his name goes before the legisla ture. What's the uitaor with Sherman? Why, his financial rolcr, of course. Iie clings to the old idea- min tnarnce and will learn nothing new. H.e dcie not recognize that conditions have ch..ngced, and that what was a good system half a century ago is not adapted to the neied of the pres:cnt." "Hiave you any idea who htis successor will be?" wasn aked. "No, air; that lhs not betn given much thoulhtl. 'I e eiyn,,t of the s.ruag. I, will be to do:e: t ?b'vrmiiai. Any man who hasl been mienet:o:i, i in connectionl witlr the place will hi p eliab!l to tlhe pres.nt in eumbent. I :i nit specially e:namored of 1Mr'. 1-oraker, tnit wonld not healtate a moment in takin hims if the choice lay bo tween the two.' 9 FIRST BAY'S SALES AMOUNTEB TO $9,450. J a9 : Contracts Made for the Erection of a 30-Room Hotel and a General Store, Railroad ~il 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 ý e ý WHAT ONE CAP DID. The Girls Wesa ~ ade Happy and an Ia dlstry Sprung Up. Benjamin Franklin belonge I to an era in which political economy was practically unknown, and when there was a general disposition to exalt the home-made at the expense of the foreign and to decry all in dolgence in luxuries. Yet he could not shut his eyes to an obvious fact that went to demonstrate the practical advantage of letting people judge of their own necessities and removing all obstacles to free exchange. Hie tells the following story: The skipper of a shallop, employed be tween Cape May 5and Philadelphia, had done us some small service, for which he refused to be paid. My wife, understand ing that he had a daughter, sent itor a pre sent of a new-fashioned cap. Three years after, this skipper being at my house with an old farmer of Cape May, his passenger, he mentioned the cap, and how mnah his daughter had been pleased with it. "But," said he, "it proved a dear cap to our con eregation." "How so?" " When my daughter appeared with it at meeting it was so much admired that all the girls re solved to get such caps from Philadelphia; and my wife and I computed that the whole could not have cost less than £100." "True," said the farmer, "but you do not tell all the story. I think the cap was nevertheless an advantage to us, for it was the first thing that put our girls upon knitting worsted mittens for sal nt PIhtladelphia, that they might hiav wherewithal to buy caps and ribbons; and you know that in - dustry has oontinued, and is likely to con - tinue and increase to a much areater value and answer better purposes." Upon the whole, 1 was more reconciled to this little piece of luxury, since not only the girls were made happier by having fine caps, but the Philadelphians by a supply of warm mittens. THE MARKETS. .IOCK . trw Yotg. August 5.-Bar silver, $1.0125. Copper- Weak; lake, September, $12. Lead Firm; domestic. it 55. The stock market opened with a continuation of the raid bytho bearish contingent, andi was comparatively active during the forenoon, but dull in the afternoon, with almost complete stagnation in prices. The close was quiet but strong at best prices of the day. Final changes wvern generally fractional advances. Burlington is up 1I. Chicago Gas, Union Pacific and Colo raldo oal declined 1. Governments- Firm. .etrocum.-Cloirm t 600. Closing C(losing U. S. 4 reg ......117 Northwestern pref lI:l:i U.S. 4leo cons . 1.o New York Central n5;. IU. S. 41os reg..... t1Ui.i Orogonu Imp .. . " U. S. 4t.s coupon..lt-Oi Oregon Nov. ...... 06 Pa'ifis oa... ....11I ) orth AoericanI.. 12' Atchisoni.... .... 32' Pacitic Mail....... 3 ('anadoh Pao....... 8J1 leading ........... 2614 Canada Southern.. 47i; Rock lsolnd....... 71Sia Icentral Pacific ...2_ St. Paul....... 3. O2 Burlington ....... 8 ~St. Paul & OmalIn 22 Del. & Lack.... .. .31.i Texa Pariric...... 12 D & h. (i.. prof.. 401. I nion Pacifie..... :e'i Erie ............... 18 U. S.Exp Elres..... Cl'ansas& 'l'uxas.... 12. i Fargo, Exot resa.... 38 Lake Sbore.......1ts5. 0 t he tetr Union.... ,9 L,'ville & Nash..... 6i84 Ameri. (' tton Oil. 19 Michigan ontral. 87 l'erminal.......... 11% Mlissouri Placific.. (i5 Oregon tiiert Line 20 Nnrthkru Paciho.. 21%'l: Ii. Wi. estern.... 35tt . N. P. Pref......... 60 . H. SW.W. st .... 7311, Northwestern .....104%O I. U. W. pref ...... 5 Money on call easy; closed ,ffered at 1; per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5h4ii77%; Sterling exchanga weak; sixty day bil's, $4.51; demand, $l.Mb. CHICAGO PRODUC(E. (wAerr se. Ang. 5.-Close--Wheat, steady; cash, 87:i0H'87%e: September, .7r ub587 joc. Corn-Steady: cash, 50;,0; a eptember, 5614c. Oats -lSteady; cash 27'1so. Soptembor. 27,s. Pork--Dull; cash, $1o.30Ult iua: September, Lard-Dull: cash. $7.45; Septembor, $8.50, Short clear-$ti.1t(lJt6. 25, Slonloers f5.~5. Short ribs--$6.50l0t.60, ('C111 CAO CATTlE (CoroeAo, Ang. 5.-- Cattlo- Rfaoipts. 12,000; export steers steady: others slow and weak; prime extra hativeo, ~ti o6,.22ji: good. .5.000 5.'5; otleros, $tP.S7gt1.50: canning Texant, $2.0002.50; stockers. 02 26:: 2.?t. Hogs--Reoeits,22O,0L0: wevk. 10(,200 lower: rongh and esonsmon, 02.'2)lii2.c0; mixed and patorse, c5.tts:5 primo hetvy and batchero ' weights. $5.4045.20; prime liglht, .$.700t5.5; graesr's, $1.:5r 5.10. Sheep-lieceipts, 8.000: fairly active, steady: native owes, $:l.50@;4.:0: mixed l$4.70 14.0S0.l wethera and yearlings. $fi.2: ' Tfxanse $3;.800p I.70: westerns, lower. 54.40tt44.50. Total 0ltie of CITIES, COUNTIES, SCHOOL S DISTRICTS WATER COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIES,etr. Corr(s'pondente solicited. I.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 1050165 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. 15 Wall Street,. NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. IN THE DISTlRIC'T COUt IT OF TItE FIRST Judicial I)istrict of the State of M. ntana in and for t.ie connty of Lewis and ('larks. l the iollt or of tile astate and g;uar.lianship of Hlsoy encr k, a minor. (0le' to hlooo cause wthy order of sa'e of real esta e should not hoi le ade. ,t ,lptpoarirt to thte otid court by theI Ipeti'ion hi.' l:':,' reopllt'd and hled by lonis ,t'tdler, gu,:rdiau of the person andi esttto of henry Ki'nck. mnlotor. praing for an ornlr of Fale of r aleotaot'. thOe it os ne'eossry to soil tIe io~leroet of o:dd minor in the .1\ 1o ie:le, te l3:olhtlo Iode, thn( .ossa:ot, lTdo oi', i" ".dot looe, the At.gIaOta lod', tie Joliot lode rnd itole 1lugr'o lode, the ranam Leine moinling olaints, for tite purpots:e set tortlh ioo ttld pitn ,I, I'lh: rifort order'd : tho t aod court, that all prereos int.ere t' it tlt tRte ,f aid lut or, etotoor -fore if ,' ea r on ,i.ato tr day, 0 th efth dl of Septl nolor, A. D., 1]'J, . t It o' clok in th iloreneol i (,f s:,i(. day, il th,' coroni rot so i t: ,e oartoneti rotnumer two f o said d itrit'i "'rc l .:I t11',e lrt hoe ie itn I lt t ail (ttinfty of I· w s a' d Cl("I a: k,, a t, s, o lt , atl- ( t ly anit ordlr of ple -io,'ut i ol [b k r.t; t. to tl t Fa t t ut ardian,' o t oi llh intorcst of itl minlor in . adl nsnllllng Ai t ',at ýt a top: of this oroer hIe pblished, at ,t,, the., *noro,' to wks iLn T.o I eIole.n i.5 l;odp nl, ns, a tu.s aptcr orintoed aln ,u1l:h,$'e I itj : t ]oo': , tDa i AutsIt 5 1,1. tItllACtE I. BiiCK, D )itrict Judge. A :r'l' r'opy. Attos!: lly t1!o J. 2.1ta' , i) cIy. HILI,l' WANTEI.-FPIMLE, . AN'I'ED)-A YoUN(l . iL..)TO TAJU CAlII S of baby and holp wtllh sliht work in tatmlly of three. Good home to tho t right girl. Apply 810 Ninth a ue. IELP W1ANTED-M- ALE. 'ANTED-CHANDLEIR WANTS A MIIN"R, l.w ds at day; also a teamster, $40 and board. Ecards street. WANTEF-IlvE GOOD WOODM1EN TO make atlw logs. Apply to E. Lioughluour. Livingston, Mont. ANTED--CIHANDLFB WANTS 10 IANC·". men, $a0; 2 men, $2.20 a day; 1 swamper, $32"; I dishwahsr. 20.. W7ANTED-CHIANDLEIR WANTS A SANCII man, $3 ; two cooks, $60; oamp cook, $40. VANrTE-YoUoms MAN WitO IS (lOOD V tenographer and typewriter; must ho quick and :orrect. Ierreanent position if sati factory. Addre.%, stating_.egr, previous experi neo and salary oelpucted. X, 1'. l. box 181, Hele ha. 'AANllO) - AN ElXPERIENCED WATCIH maker and goKd engraver. Noneo but fir.t rlae orkmen need aIt,'y. Address W. B. ltichleatdsn. Mis-onla, Mont. T'ANTEDl A(IENT'I-- IFEE PREPAID OUT fit to encrgetic men. toveral of our sales men have earned from DO7 to $100 a week for years past. P. (t. box 1371, New York. NITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Advortiseomnts under this bead three times FRIEE. I'TUATIONB WANTED-BY TWO YOUNG ladies, one as a first-lness cook in a first-e'ass privat, 1amity, the other as Al school teacrler o longexerieoncein public scheols. No objecion to sown or country. Addtres M 1ia A. l:. Day, 3l West Eleventh street, ('hicego. Q IUATION WANTED--AS NURSERY GOV Setrness. t.arho s Engish and mousi. Address 1., this office. 5ITUATION WANTED--1Y AWI DOW LAI)Y ao housnkeeper, best of refereucee. Address Billiugs, ltcndelpenldent oiice. ilolena. SITUIATION WANTED--BY ISEWING( GIL sat tli Broadway. toiod referen.ose. SITUATION WANTED--TWO WOMEN WANT Swork; tamily washingl done eheara anti will go out by the honr. Addtrei s 21A (ittler street. SITrUATION WI NTEI)--BY ('OMPETENT woman. No objection to ouuntry. Address 508 Nortb Iralnoy street. bITUATION WANTED--A 1 tII IT FINISIt cer and collar and cuff ironer wants work at her home. 17 Sprne stroeet. ITUATION WANT'ED--IBY AN EXP.I RI eneed woman as housekeeper. Address Mrs. Brhakec. tilis otlioe. ITUIATION WANTED--AS IIOUSkEEI'EPI Sor charge of hoarding or lodging house by an industriousn widow. hootd manager. Address Itrs. A. M. W , Indepenldentoltice. 8I'I'tA I ON WANTeFD--TWO YOUNG dEll man girls wish situation; wultid prefer with American families. ('all or address I6. K.. 0:1i ltelen avetnue, German hotel. SITUAT ION WANTED--A YOUNG WOMAN Swishes secondr work anti sewing. 20 llat!sigh street, Woman's hlomc. sTITUATION4 TWIANTED-MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FBI tE ITUATION WANTED--BY A YOUNG MAN to work for board while going to school. Ad dress 27 ludeipendeut. SITUATION WANTED--lY A YOUNG MAN from the east with good endorsements and city refereeno with some bnsinese firms. Address llstlstr, Independent. SITUATION WANTED--IIY M AN AND WIFE f or miling camp or rme, , Masn can do any kind of work; wife good cookt. Address M. W., thid office. FORI RENT-FUIINISHED ROOMS. ".Oll REANT-AN EILOANTLY FURNISI[ED arom a desirhble location. htoforenaes requir d. Ahldreoa 2. this oehce. SOR IIENT--FURN ISIIED FRONT ROOM; hr4. floor, $10. 526 Eighth avenue. 1 'Ol1 RENT-FURNTSII ElD ROOM, 42,1 1 orth lentou avoeno. LO11 I1ENT-ILEAl ANT SUITE OF ROOMS J for two youne goentlemen or man an I wife; also two single rooms. S1 North Benton ave. I'OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, L 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue. ITOR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED 1 rooms at roasonal rates. Harvey block. (rand stnreet. Next door Hlotel Helena. FOlR RENT-DW) ELLINGS. FOSi RENT-A SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON COR nor of izth and D)avis street. with all mod ern conveniences. $25 per month Inquire at 4.1 Sixth avenue. S1o , tll N "--10. ;-ROOI HOUSEIt: SOU'I'IT liodney; S12, 5-room house. Buttet street; I r;, 7.rootu dwellin.g, l(teostas vene; 1ll, 5-roomn dlwcellin, with largeo barn: $25. 7-roots I-ick bath, etc.: $.t:5, '-room dwelling, near Central school: 045, 10-roots dwelling, centrally locat',d; ot oer hou.Rs for reet at various prices. Lathe Io t & ( o.. 7 Denser block. IK rIENT -El-lrHrT-riOOM HOUSEi WITH bat n, E lo.o!: ans all nodern convenliences. 390 East Cutler, nea:r Ilotney street. FOR RENT-- MISCELLANEO['S. OR RENT--LARlGE STORE ON NINT'H avenue and Hoback street: with modern shlvingg suitable for any mercantile business. Aptply to B0ach. (sory & (Co. I('l iTt'-it' TWO UNFrURNISIHED ROOMS. IOH RiENT- 'INFURtNISHED ItOOMS FOR hlou.hoetoping. Modtern inls rovemtn ts. Single or enuitl. $53 to 1. 51i Eighth avene. FOR IlENT- TWO LARGE UNFUINISHIED rerms ni suite, with alcove and bath. Very desirable. 17 Sixth avenue.. FOR1 SA IE7--MISlCELt,.ANEOUS. 1-ORI SALE- AN :!,EGANTIP'AIILOIR SUITE for sala cheap at 7:;6 Sixth ave;re it has b l in u the moth nonths, and cost wlhe now J,'01' 'Ct' OLD AI'P1I2t AT A BAltGAIN FOB L S'ALE -H'IOLARIfPllI5 IN THE ION tana luainess ( ollsge Call at this onlce. 1`OR i h SAL"- tCHOL-sStIIIP IN 'is l' HEL -ena Businesa College. Call a this loffic. FOR SALE--RIEAL EESTATE. ' 0O hA I.--COINIIR LOT 1u0g016, on best Sresidere street In the ltyt full view or the east side and valley. Address box 7 7. city poatoolce. fO"lI BroAdw-AT A lAIIAILAN--t FEIET ON Broadway near Tieback; easy terms. Ad dress Ie lottlire box 21, .lJilena. . Oi. ALE.--TWO LOTS. NO. 1 AN i - hO ,k 45, Lyidale avenue. will b9 eold by ra tion on Aug. 1., g)91, to the highest bidder. Mrs. E. J. McNeil. I1OR SA LE-DESIRABLE RESlflENCF LOTS on Iiulder avrnnoe, within a block of HoIle us and Montana avenues; $0o0 each. Matheson SCo ., 7 Diener block, S01 SALE-TWENTY-EIGHT LOTS IN Easterly addition at modern prices and very easy terms. Mathesan A Co.., 7 j:enver blai:ck. TOlt SAL4-$t900 WILL BIUY TWO EXCOL X lent residence lots in llroadwater, within two bloks f oenton avenue. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. 1,'l: tALE,--S00 FOR A CORNEIt LOT. ;0x 14c: in Northern Pacific addition, north front. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. T'Olt BSIL-INSTALIITENT PLAN-WE have dcirablo n .iellingi at various pricos, from $1; 0') p; in different parts of the city. tar sal. on sery reasonabl teortms, a small down pay ment required, the balance bling iayable in nuonthly or qlurterly payments. Matheson & to., 7i Denver block. 2Olt SALE--A GOOD BUILlDINtG LOT, 1 35t140 ualley on side) within half a block of liotldnoy street; price $850; on veryeasy torl . A pturchasor building an this lot may lavit three years tlimO to pay for it. Mathesri & t'o., 7 Den vr block. 1~OR BAL'-$500 WII.LI BUY A PIEf'E OF land on upper end of Iavis street: largo enough to build several housers on; a good place foir a mall who keetips stook; no: over five minutes walk frotm Broadway; $100 down, 1+25 tier month. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. |0Olt SALE-$5 PER FRONT LOOT FOR lots five anid ix, bloek thirty-one, Flower (iardlon addlition, sacs 50xl10; only lu feet from ontanena avenue. Matheson Cio., 7 Denver block. 1'OR bALE--- LTHITY-FIVE LOTS IN ItLOW erre a Idition at prices varying from $1500 to $1.0*01) lupayable one-third down, balance nine and eilgteen monthe. tlatheson A Co., 7 Denver block. F0Oli SALE-A NEW JHOUSE OF NIX 11OOMS, o pantry and bath room, on Howio etreet, 1No. 12. Also the two adjoining lots of 42i100 feoe. Apply at said hones. L'OIt SALE--$6.000 ('ASt---BALANCE ON long tinm will buy one of the prettiest new residences in the west endt; eleven roomsn hand somoly papered, furnaso, electric bells and all modulern imrovements; beautiful lawn, conorete walks, carriea-v hob-n, etc. An investment. Posseassiou when desired. Address W., P. O. box 1022. TORt SALE--WAliEBIOUSE LOTS 1N EL liston, on N. P'. right of way, $100. Mathe son & Co. TOR SALE-FORITY ACIIEN VALENTINE ' Scrip, at John 5. M. Neill's, 12 Edward strecet 'OR SAL--1,000 FEET IN TIIHE AMES AD S iti, n at. a bargain. The Witherbee An. drew Co.. hold blocs. J.Oti(T I OFT- A iMAI.I BAY teAYI. WIllIE SPOT Sin face. hind feet. white, brandel M on right slhoulder. linetor plesolSO return to residence of s. 'r. Hlauser and receise reward. ILOST-ALAlO(E ORANGE ANDI WHITE ST. tBernard dog. A collar marked J. H. Con rad, Hillings. was around his neck. The finder will le suitably rewanrded by returning the ani mal to 702" Madison axenuo. I OST- BROWN WOOLEN JA('IKET WAS Ipicked up by parties in double team, in front of Judge Ilnent's resdncee, on road to BIroad water, week ago last bunday. Please leave at Raleigh A (Ilarkee'. IOST--STIIAFYEID OR tSTOLEN, DARK rbrown blureo branded T on right tehoul deor: hau clcratch h n left aide. Smell white star in forehead: ri,:lct hind foot white. Finder return to Wm. Albrocht. I OST - GIOLD IHiACEI FT PEAIIL SET ' ting, in blue enamel. Findier plcsae leave at this office andi rocive rewartd. FOUND. FOUND -I'Ot'KET BOOK C()NTAININ.i monesy and check. Owner call on S. S. Johnson, at Windsor House, between 12 andjone p. 01. MI ISCPELLANEOUS. .XVANTED--PRIESENT'L ADDRE8S OF MAit rus HI. Boormnan. Mathesou & Co., 7 Donver block. ANTEDh-A PARTINER WITH FEOM lt,0.) to $1,0'0 cashl to take hIalf interest in good patying lus;iness. No previon extlc-rience required. Adldreess Willica: C. Stanley. lnde peeudrt ofice, Holena. Mont. A GOOD SHOWY FIIENCII PUPIL MADI)E in ten lIesons; also a general. tractical knowiedge of tic language givlen in cam, amount of time; no gramnltar. Please examine reccom mendtions. Addliess Experienced Teacher, lIode poendent ot:ice. T[WO LITTlE111 (IIHLS FORL ADOI:TI(ON. CALL -at thle elvidete Letwuen the hours of threoo and five. PAR'INELR WVANItED---FOL TP TTE STATE OF llMontana--to sCell one of tile best inventions nov on the :market. Eales go d and profits large. IParcncr to control the buhsiness of thI tunte. Small capital required. iBest of refer ens giw vn andl requ red. Address S. lock box '101, lceloan. Selet. ' XCIIANGi-- -WILL TlIADE A NEW I:IGHT Sroonm hounse for unimlcroed clear lots or nereage, or will sell euceity for $17.50; Ialance in two years at eight per cent. Addres Exchlange, boex il. -VTANTED - (CHILD EN UNt--- FIVEi S years of sae to boardl. 531 Sfixth avenne. '; AN'l EI) -5.,00.11cY) hUNG SHEiP NEX I' SUM S teior for lireePO years on sharee; hall wool and increae-O ; partise have experir.ne. Iuildings, water anmo hay. Address W It. btandshl, State's Attorney. lagota orth D)akota. 0 ISSOi TIT)N NO'I'('E J. Zywert and Swan N,,re(d ret:, el,-ir In-lloire- unclecr the name of Fntoa (asc .\larl.et. 151)2 Rtoberts atreet, io this lay ,lie clv-..I Iy mu:: ttal consett. hlr. Zywcrt wilc tt niecune th. b,,sinS,. anat \viil e deavrer t,,nc ri: ti., l,: t'ecntgo ,ef lboth ol d and new cu( u,.s ,. ZYWEIT, .SWAN NOIIDSI'IlOM. ie-lIc-rn. decg. I 1-1. -[AItHllAL S.A it:---NOTIIE 1$ HIEIIEHY all M~' nlhl ttt 111 .eittllrh lcl g Asg. , 1821. at tw:: tt'eleck I-, Ilc . I usill -eli a' leehlr .:tctttel It e In'.t toe hi:l est hid-!er for cashl one esrrel horse now in thc ecty ic,,undl. WVIM, SIMS, Marshal. -lel-,.n, At eg. 5, 18:1. =,a l m m ,t,.'l.:l . I I ,, BOARD AND rOOM OFWAREII. llreakenridse street the Brt house on the rlpht off aMrrun street, where o will continue to tare boarders. ___________tr SOA- IRENT-NICELY OURNI.tED ROOM, Smodern convenenesa A I table hoard. 10 outh Rodney street, -OR RENT-ROOM ]1 P AIVATE FAMILY with board at 105 Ewing stret, 1 NOR IPIT=-1P IG-IT A NUE 08 es: a'nt furnished roas .l t-cla t.b.e ard 'Ol hET-.TlttillE fUiNltHt D ROIOM . lwith or without board No. 1 9No rth Benton avenue. Swiath board, at 5tolenth lodne st rea. e tOARD-oFIRST-CLhteB BOARD e PRo W eek. ORR RodnO street.retar V TICE OD-TWO A PiATION TOCENTIMEN room and lieaod 26 pere mocnth. d yte •ifth avenue. ANNUAL MEETING--THE ANNUAL MEET inn of stockholders of the Hieleno Lumber tompany tor the elrat'on of o core and tho tramnctlon of such other buesines as may prop erly come b-for the meeting will be hold at thI office of taid company. 1800 Lyndaile avenue, in the cit, of Helena, Mont., on Thursday, Aug, 20, 1t91, at 1t o'clock m. W. L. MORRISOND Secretary. N OTICE Olr AP'PLI('ATION 'I CUT'.IMBFI) Lion 8, rules and regulations prescribed by the onorablo secretary of the nterior, May 5th 181, 1, tile undersigned, hereby sire notice teant at the rxpiration of twenty-onel days from the first publication t0 tohin notice, I will m tke written o pplnts. tien to the honorable reoretary of theinterwor for atthority to out and remove all the merchantw ble saw logs, pine, fir and tamerack timber on the followainge deeribod land, to-wit: The north half of re:tlon 22, township 15 north. range 21 west, iaid tract of land contaiinltg o:t acres, and having thereon about n ,000 feet of uine 100,O00 fret of frand Oi ,OOJ feet of tamarack timber: lh o that ocertain tract of land wiich will be when surveyed section 6, township 15 north, :angoe 21 wst, said tract of land contalning ir acres and having ,hereon about 1.000,000 fet of ip no timber; sait land it rocky benches and not daptecd to agriculture and tocatel in Mtaeouln county, in the state of Montana. MOINTANA LUMBER AND MEG. CO. imy FVt. 'ItporPttoN, General Manager. ¶tirst publication July 18. 1801. P ROPOSALS FOR WATER WORKS--PRO Sposala for the supply of water to the town of White inlphur tpringe, Mont.. on the franchise plan, will re received by the town council until Augusnt 10 1891. Proposeae must be accompanied by a $1.000 bond as a guarantee of good faith, and must specify: bystem proposed. Sources from which water will be drawn. Amoont of water that can be furnished. Pressure at which water will be soppl'ed, for fire purposer,. test to no made with the 11ow from four (4) one end onea-quarter (11) inch nozzles. and for the period of three (6) consecutive hours from hydrants on a level with the southwest corner of the Higgeins towneite. Cost per hydrant for fire pureovee for twenty (20) hydrants and for each ladditional hydrant. ('oot for domestic and personal uses. Time at which work will be completed. The town to have the privilege of buying works at the expiration of twenty l2Ji years. A further bond of $20,000 will be rlquired of party or parties whose proposition may be ac cepted.'ae a guarantee for tile fulfillment of contract. Iho council reserves the right to reject any and sll bids. A. M. HENRt, Recorder. Dated July 17. 1891. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRtST Judicial District of the State of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In thematterof the estate of %iUiam Kelly, deceared. Order to show cause why sale of mining prop. erty shlould not be made. On reading and filin g the petition of William L. Steele and Michael Kelly, enxecutors of the lost will snod testament of William Kll.y. do ceased, and praying, among other things. for an order of sale of the mining property of said es tate of William Knlly. It is ordered, hat all persons interested in the estote of the said William Kelly, deceased be and appear before the District C(ourt in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, at the court room of said court, in the court house in said county, on Monday, the tenth day of Aucust, 1401, at 10 o'clock a. m., then and there to chow cause why an order of sale should not be made of the mining property of said entate, aceOcrding to law.4 It is further ordered. 'lhat a copy of this order br published for four successivc weeks before tide sld tenth day of August,18111 in the .lelena Independernt. a n.wepaper printed and pub lished iu the said Lewis and Clarke county. Iltigned.l HORACE it. BUCK. Judge. UDted July I. 1811. NO. 4400. J elena National Bank .... OF IELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, - $500,000 Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. JOHN T. MURPHY, - President SHIRLEY C. ASHBY, - Vice President FRANK BAIRD, - - - Cashier Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issued on foreign countries. Transfer of money bi telegraph. First-class city, county and state securities bought and sold. Collections promptly attended to. Board of Directors John T. Murphy, Shirley C. Ashby. P .W. MeAdow, F'rank Baird. 'hal;. K. Wells, J. P. Woolman, E. G. Maclay, W. E. Cullon, Jun. S Mendenhall, ALner B. Clementa; R. 11. Ford. A. A. McDonald. J. P. Porter. - ontana National Bank. OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid In - $500,000 Surplus and Profits, - $200,000 Directors. C. A. BROADWATER, - President L. G. PHELPS. - - Vice President I. L. MoClILLOH, - - Cashier S. E. ATKINSON, - - Asst. Cashier A. G. Clarke, Herman Gans, IT. P. Galon. Peter larson. C. W. Cannon, R. C. Waeuaas David A. Cory. The Thomas Cruse Savings BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated UPder the Laws of Montana, PAID IN CAPITAL, - $100,000 THOMAS CRUSE. - - President FRANK H. CRUSE, Vice Presldent WM. J. COI - Sea. and Aat. Tree W. J. SWEEME'Y, . - Treaaqwer .osrd of Trustees. Thomas Cruse, Frank H. Cruas. W. J. Cooke, John Fagan. W. J. Sweeney. Allowa tper cent. interest on 8avlns Depo.e. compounded January and July. Transact. aeneral banking buainess. Draws exchange on the principal eities of the United beatea and Europe. Deala in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real estatet mortgagee. Officoe hours from 10 a. n.to t p.m. Also on eaturday and Monday evenlng, from 7 to 8 o'clock. 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 Eankins BI sinese Transaotel. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Directors. S. T. HAUSER, - - President E. W. KNIGHT, - Cashier T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Aust. Cashier GEO. H. HILL, 2nd Aest. Cashier Granville Stuart, - Stockirower Hon. T. C. Power, - U.,. Senator J. C. Curtin. - Clarke, Conrad & Curtin B. S. Hamilton. - - Capitallst O. R. Allen, - Mining and Stoekgrcwer Chas. K. Wells. - - - Merchant A. M. Helter. - A. M. Holter Hardware Co Associated Banks, Northwestern National Bank. - Great FalU First National Bank, - Miso.le First National Bank. - - Bto The American National... BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL. - $200,000 T. C. POWER, - President A. J. BELIGMAN, - Vice-President A. O. JOHNSON, - - Cashier GEO. F. COPE, - Assistant Cashier Directors. T. C. Power, A. J. Seligman, A. C. Johns n, Rlichard Lookey. James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange lianed on principal cities of the United States, Canada and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Collections promptly attende:l to. City, county and state securities bought and sold. y erchants National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, - $350,000 Surplus and Profits, - $ 90,000 L. H. HERSHFIELD, - - President A. J. DAVIDSON, - - Vice President AARON HERSHFIELD, - - Cashier * * Board of Directors. Thomas Cruse, MI. Sands, S S. iHuntley, A. K. Prescott, A. J. Davldson, Iviose Morris L. H. liorahiel!i, Aaron Hershfalid. J. Switzer. First-clase City, County and State Securities bought and sold. Exchanga issued on the princinal cities of the rmade by telegraph. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly attended to. Rotes for rent at reasonable prices in oie of the beet constructed fire and burglar proof ate depa it vaults in the country. econd 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 sident GEORGE B. CHILD, - Cashier JOSEPH N. KENCK, - Aset. Caehier Board of Directors. J. B. Sanford, C. G. Evens, ii. W. Child, 1. J. Jones, U. C. Swallow, Chri4 IencCa, h. D. Edgerton, C. K. Cole, George B. Child. DI * a.