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GOOD THINGS TO COME.
Quay and Dudley Have Both Been
Assured of Them by
Blaine.
Not Chasing the Nomination, but
Will Moat It at the
Front Door.
Harrison Alone Excepted, the Admintstra
tion Has "Itesigned"--The Lesson
to Be Drawn Therefrom.
WAsaINoTON, Asc. 6.-iarrison could not
have done it; the independent and kicking
republicans in Pennsylvania could not have
done it; no one could have gotten Quay and
Dudley entirely out of the national com
mittee against their will. But Blaine could
and did persuade them that it would benefit
them, as it certainly will benefit their party,
for them to retire. I do not know how he
did it yet, nor what he promnised. Much se
crets do not leak out at once. But that
Quay and Dudley "'as 'opes," and high
hopes at that, was apparent to everybody
who saw them on Wednesday. They are
seasoned soldiers, and did not owe their
bright eyes and happy laughter to the
melting eloquence of Secretary Fassett's
resolutions of regret. 'I hey expect to see
Blaine nominated; they hope he will be
elected, and they expect to feist on the fat
things of victory.
In itself the strong assurance all the
members of the national executive comn
mittee expressed that Blaine would be the
next nominee, with Alger or Morton as his
running mate, amounts to very little more
than an opinion from so many shrewd poli
ticians who are inclined that way by disap
pointment with Harrison. But the fact that
these men undoubtedly expressed the opin
ions of the great majority of their constitu
ents is significant to the highest degree.
Only less significant is the fact that Blaine
was really a participant in their deliber
ations through the advice which he sent by
Conger and Feasonden, who had been to
Bar Harbor for the express purpose of con
salting him. Tboy brought to the commit
tee Blaine's personal assurance, and the
testimony of their own observation, that
he was growing bettor, and that he would
be able to take the nomination if it was
offered to him next year, and they brought
what was practically a promise from Blaine
that he would not interfere with the move
ment to nominate him by letter or inter
view or otherwise. They also brought his
wish that the convention might be held
early.
Henceforth it will be idle to try to per
suade the Blaine and apti-Harrison men
that Blaine is not a candidate for the pres
idency, although it is perfectly true that he
is not a candidate for the presideutial nom
jastion. tIe is too great a ran to seek the
nominaticu; but if the nomination seeks
him it will uind him waiting for it on his
front doorstep.
So the Blaine men and all who consort
with them have no obstacle in the way of
nomination, except President Harrison and
the onhorts of his office holders-a large ex
caption? It seems so. but it is not. If
Harrison were Blaine and Blaine were Har
rison, it would be insuperable, I grant ,ou.
But Harrison is not Blaine sort Blaine is
not Harrison, and really it nil turns on this
point. Unlike Arthur, Harrison bris not
grown in the presidency-so iris critics say
-and consequently has not grown uron the
country. He is no more iopular now than
when he was elected. He is the same hon
est, respectrble, industrious character-yea,
plhe a reputation as an observation-car or
eter. Nothing that he has done or said has
warmed the heart of the country to him.
Wolcott's remark that Harrison's admin
istration "is a burlesque on the Hayes ad
ministration" expresses injwestern exagger
ation the general feeling that it has been
decorous-and dull. Enthusiasm over it,
except as to what Blaine has done in it in
the face of bitter opposition from Harrison,
is simply out of the question. Two of its
great measures, the force bill and the "bill
to promote mendicancy" by pauperizing
the education of the south, were knocked
on the head in congress.
The McKinley tariff act was made palat
able to the party only by the adoption, in
distorted form, of Blaine's reciprocity sug
gestion-the only popular thing the people
now about the administration-and that
known to have been extorted from the
clinched fist of Harrison!
Why, if Harrison should be renominated
by any accident, his adherents would have
to man the pumps the whole campaign
through to keep the ship from sinking of
its own weight. As for the officeholders,
they have always proved a source of weak
nsees to every candidate who trusted in
them. Witness Sherman, who had a better
organization under Hares than Harrison
will have; witness Arthur, with Dudley's
splendid ptetion otlice corps of workers
scattered all over the country. Officeholders
in the south or north are very much alike
in their desire to be on the winning side,
having a stronger personal interest in be
ing there than other men, and they spend
their time largely in sniffing the air, to see
where their best prospects are.
Undoubtrily Harrison will do his best to
get the nori, uatioti. tndoubtedly hIe is a
good politician and will fight craftily and
warily. He haa made a brave stroke in get
ting Erhardt out of the lest office in the
country mnd putting 1-assett in.
Undoubtedly Platt is so far pleased.
But even if lia: rison should buy the sup
port of every political boss in the country,
Quay. Clarkson and Dudley included, it
would not insure him the nomrnation, for
the masses of his party want Ilaine, and
they will have him!
Every tnember of the administration has
no. "resigned" except President Harrison
RBA" 3 FIRST DAY'S SALES AMOUNTED TO $9,450.
jj _ Contracts Made for the Erection of a 3O-Aoom Hotel and a general Store.
Railroad Wi1 be in Operation to Barker Aug. 15.
Buy at First List price Before August 10, when all Lots will be raised $50
.ch. Maps and Price Lists can be obtained in Great. Falls at office of T. Gaha
; at Barker at office of T. W. Thomson.
Barker is the richest Carbonte mining camp in Montana. Ores are being
U ?ýd on the dumps awaltin g'hipment by Railroad.
For InfoIlatio,1_Ca1o 0 iA S. P. PORTERO Power Block, Helena
-to far as I know no newspaper. however
reckless, has taken the hazardons rink. of
a5ying that he has resigned. Blaine .1re
signed" first a year ago, right in the heat
of his rooiproclty tiiht, when it wis well
understood here that his relations with
Presidens Harrison were, to say the least.
not a little strained. Of course, he denied
that he had reaioned, but that doasn't mat
ter. He denied it when he "resigned'' again
last spring, when he was contined to his
house here, and he has denied resigning
again since he has bhen at lar Harbor. A
man who denies an often gets to be diere.
garded, if not disbelieved by and by.
Secretary Noble and Attorney General
Miller have been resigned even oftener than
Blaine. 'they havn had the latest turn at
it, too. Of course, there are denials in their
cases, too; but they don't count.
Postmaster General W'a'ansmaker had to
wait until within ii fortnight for his firat
"resignation" and his first denial. As this
is his first offense, and he has not attempted
to prove an alibi, we will have to let him off,
L guess.
Secretarv 'Tracy has had several "resiona
tions" cud several denials. Setretary Fos
ter has had only one of each, bat then le
has not bean here long >it.
Secretary Prietor has not really "re
signed" yet, but we all know that he will,
and this is really what encourages us to be
lieve the stories about tho othe.a.
ltesides these great min, cabinet si e, nt
merous subordinatee have atls '"'icrirned."
Beginning at thb miaost tilteresting, there is
Commissioner Itauni, of the pension otlco
-if he hasn't resigned, he ought to have
done so. Ctminnassioner of Itdian Affairs
Id organ, in the satuie deprtmnat, bas 'ic
esigned" eveiy time lie he Udlidied with Sec
retary Noble. which is often, while Ceins
Sat orintendent Porter has "resigned" only
once. and would not rtay resigned then.
(Jomoptroller Lacy resigned the other day
in consequence, doubtloes, of the assertion
that Ex-Bank Examiner Drew had na
serted that he would write a letter to See
retary Foster about him, and Immigration
Cotmmissioner Owen "resi1,'ed" because
Seer'tarv Foster had written a lat
ter to 'Tinplate Niedrenghans ahont him,
while Assistant Secretary Nettleton "re
signed" because he was not
allowed to appoint his elaht-year-old boy
his private secretary, And 'treasurer Nebe
ker nominallv becanae le hail to go back to
Indiana to look after his estates. but really
because Secretary loatar would not. let him
and Assistant Secretary Crounse exchange
sons ias private secrotaries.
Crounse is resigned to the secretary's de
eision, and so will not reeirin.
Up to date these are all that I have heard
of; but 1 expect to read of more in the
morning papers.
Poor Mr. Harrison would seem to be
very unpopular with his own administra
tion.
Now on the Street.
The mineral water wagon, containing
water from the famous Lisener springs,
will be on the streets to-day and every day
thereafter. Those desiring water left at
their homes will please leave their orders at
the !..ineral Spring hotel at the old Inter
national site.
For yarns and wosrteds of all kinds go to The
Bieo Hive.
THE MARKETS.
'rw Yerw. August 6.-Bar silver. 9Wor.
Copprr-Firm; lake. August, $12.25.
L.sad- -` troug: doessert it. I4 5.
'I hs stock rarkets s-day {vas dull but c:ive,
displaying a firstu one throughout the greater
part of the day. 'there was a rush to se'l Union
Pacific a rtho opetlug and larg- blocks changed
hands. The first tnice was 37':, from swsich it
dsotlined to .'ti, hlt received conside 'abso a 'p.
port ar'sund s flr a time. Whse this was with
drawn the stos k fell away to '5'. In the ss'ss
¶ isee tie rest of the market, of which ilhrl int tos
and ut. last sere the principal rart shored a
strong tine and slneusss'ed frastionaliy. ta t'ss
last hour t sion s asesic rirely rescov'ered the
days to a, asst t. ta ilt, ttsrltngssot, liosk slanta
at.d sthers Hero s.{setially prolum''nt in the Ilt
ward movement. Iso market finally closet a t
ive nsd etrong at top rienes, final shsu ssshow
ing cacll fractional gains in most stocks. Sngar
iss is2 ,. t r icgs ag loas and Union Pacilic. how
ever, lost 1 each.
IOuvernmput- Steady.
i etros uns t tlo.inguas S' .
Clou l.+lý.losing
U. S. Isreg .. 't.117 Oregon Imp....... 2
I. . 4n coupon tt i Orgon Nat'...
. .ts g...luOi Nssssss A'es'r.eausss 1.1,
l'asstises . .... tts Nessdissc...... t;
Ats iasou.... 321 Ht's; island..
S'anest, tee.... 8 t :itt, t. teal.. . 6 "
Del . &se lac '.29a hit. 'asl t'Ousahs.''
D &ii. U., prof t a leas riie
Kansas & Texas. .. 12' . 8. Expsess .. 57
La'.' urbere .l~sst, "crgos Ifsst.renss ::
I aslis & Nash.is 5.ty' Pis astess Unio..8r
Michigan ' cntral. s 7 Anssri. t'toanOil. It
Mi l"assnri sascifis 4' . 'Terminal s . 1si
Nurttists teessie. _l's Otregosnatlrat Line ':+i+
N. 1'. pre'...... t. 5;II, 1, l. Wscvts' ...
Nerthwesstern.rs .rol I. (s. W. ees ..
Nortlswest"ea pree 1:1 H. U. W. prof .....e t
Nrew loek C-z'tsrl. Itt
tenor on call oasy; "osed offered at 2
per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5se 7t;
Strltsg seisasga weak; sixty-day bil.s, $4i.82;
souat,. IC b',.
t1l A itll) DtUt;tC.
rTroAro. Aug It. - 'lo a WI oat. steady; cash,
87',c: Septum her 8t'lee.
(ern -Eteady: cel, rit55; i'eptemher. 5otc.
(ats-Steady scash, 22,he. eepttmbee, 27it.
11ork---t .ads cash, $10.z2h10.30; teptember,
ta rd--teasy: eeah. $11.40; September, $6.45,
citrhy Nssssssssti.
Short clear $- .tit 7.21,
;'tort ribs $.30.0
h s ill si 'r 4i. Isi ATs ,':
toTrCeO, AnIt. I. ( 'attst-'treeintst. 11.000:
dsll and lotes r;t rstis'es ''ru. .3J'. 6 55' ; g'sss to
c 5oie, itfs 5'.5 5'esmmoss n asasttssnd mttiem, 5:FT,
4 : ' Texa ,, t2 s3Ju2...'f. ra gsers, i :004 i.:ut.
It gc Rtuscis s, il.0lss Issl., 1tie i:.. lower:
ross sn sti rsonna. 04.:U s.73; siard and
ta ,lsa Is tat 5sF ;,11.4 sisy &,ssl se''sts ts,
IAa w ":." ?L :s arirsst and s etf~res,
$4.,'s 3 2'; Tesans atstr Westerns. =t. 11h 44 5,i.
I ~fA~tisl 11.'-t . I V- Nitit itt:l Ito tlEittthY
r51 s. ot us t, , st ; : to ry0 . .keg. s, 1891. as tars
s..''l''.'ts I,. '.t5 t, 5 : 'sit a let 1. tt '''ssss' -sir's'ts
th i Or for .a' - ne : e: ho s <
tilsas , Asg. 5. 1 .1. . a shyl.
HiiI.LL WANTEl+D-PEiMiAlR
o 'ANTPD-A t3UNt4 ( GIlL TO TAIM AR K
of baby and help with ihrht wook it re( y
of three. taot hsome to the right girl. Apply
810 Ninth anonoo.
HI51.P WANTLI-M ALI.
ANTID--CH AND1liR WANT'S A ?I1N R,
$ dw wt day; also a tramaler, $10 and board.
ANTED--FIVE OO) WOODM0N TO
miinak saw It' . Apply to E. Gouughour,
idvingstoln. Mout.
SANTED-t'llANi)LL'1 WANTS 10 ItANI' -
nin, $3t 2. rn, *2..00 a day 1 awaimpor,
?ANTE)-(IANDLER WANTS A ItANCIt
man, $3 ; two cooks, $60, 1amp cook, $401.
IA7AN'rtiD YOUNG MAN WILl IS 140(1)
it'sngraphltr and typewriter; must ho
quick md i-roo, Irre . w'n' iet loritlon itf ati
footory. Addoo-.n. stlotin ag:-. pionion 0eoi
"non and satary on et-itoil, N, I'. L. box 184, h em'
JV'AN IED AN l:XI'EIIENI'lID WAT( H
imak."r nti god enravir. tun0 but first
itnso wo isimn nnod Apity. Addroos W. It.
ttiohandeo. Nlii-ounlt, iliout.
", ANTE0 AGENTS -FREE PI'llIA I) OUl'
itit to enirtgetiO aon. yeosral of our Paloi
men have earned from o1170 to $101) a week for
-os past. 1'. i. box 131t New York.
IITIATLONO I ANTED-IFE IALE.
Advertisements under this head three times
Vlit-:0:
8Tt'fATION WANitED TO DO (IAlNEIRAL
S q tUA'rtoN W\A 'tt it ID 1)1) C'AMBERt
work. Apply 20 lieilghi street.
ITUATION WANTED -TO LO ENSRAL
hiusework. Call or addrios No. 20 Ilaloigh
S T'UA1 I1ON WANTED-AS (00K. APPLY
as\ windsor (tense.
tITUATIONS WANTED-DY TWO YOUNG
ladies. one as a fir..t-olass cook in a first-caias
prliate ,amily, the other as A I school teacher of
;on, experienco in ptublic hotols. No otinotton
00 1 noti to rnuts ty. Addes nonMsiss A. t. Dnay, 33
Wooft Elevnothi atreet, (tictago.
51' UA T O.A ':-SN LItSEttYt(iOt
D.,st. lteaches Eng.ish and music. Address
D.. this office.
SITUATION WANTED -BY A nyIDOW LADY
B s il it, oknpir, hobt of reforentes. Address
Biltingis, tilndt oiidoit ofitici, Helenais.
SI fATION WANTED-BY SEWING GAilL
at tilIt Broadway. Good seforencts.
SITUA'TION WANTED-TWO WOMEN WANT
wtrk: tarnily washing done cheap and will
go out by the hour. Addroess 214 (otler sofont.
ITUATION WANTED-llY (OMPETENT
woman Nod objoetion to country. Address
(18 Noothi Roiney 010e0t.
tITUATION WANTED--A 1 B1ilt1T FINISil
nor soi ltir and cutf ironer wants work at
her hision, 17 tiponte AtreA.
S.ITUA't1ON WAN CEI)-IIY AN t-XPt lIl
irenie woomat as housekeeper. Address Mrs.
Brankes. tils shline.
SITU'ATION WVANTVI) DAY HOUSE:KKh:IEPE
or ci a-on of boardinm or lodging house by an
lndusjrists snido t r oad tinsager. Adireso
Mrs. A. M. WV., iiitueinonie~to'fi mi
yThA1ION WANT'!' D-TWO YOUNG UEt1
maon girls wish sitatison i would prefer with
Amrnrinon families. I 111 tn addrass is. K., 435
it lena avenue, German hotel.
t.lTUATION' WV ANTED- 1IAI.E.
Adiertinemonts inder this head three times
FYIFF.
SUIUATION xvAN'Il'En-1' By 5.OUNG MAN
'tosok fior hoard white i0oing to school. Ad
dreos _i tIndepndenti
ITUATION WANIlD-BY A YOUNG MAN
Sfromn t hr eot with good endoriements ano
oity nifnren'os nith mie 0usine1 s firm Address
SitUAT1N WA2NTEED-1) Y MAN AND WIFE
'for miniii;t'mp 10 00110 Ms's can dolnisy
kind of work; wilt' g.ood ook.i Aiddress M. W.,
hiii othicn.
FOil RJNT-M 14 ELLANEOU4S.
oa tW eletirro ligits, water in in plor, geel As ni
\oill I o ii~d't",the riiiht pclii, in long teamo.
Apply to Walae & '1 TO rnbLrgh, Denver bOiOd
int".
Ol RENT -TOti LIAISE: TO MAIN
d ret m e n di 1i ininosa loction, low rent.
blo to . oarmce , Mlhlrihnigl, Joeniver ouilve
log.
H{ANT1 ED--LiA \I 'ENI' (i MAIN
1t ) :to rent to d tirakie tealftt. Apply
to Wi llai~e. IThornburgh,. Denver aiiildjng.
TT Ol 115 1Ir-alivWO l NE L~ui3Il1ED 1IOOltS.
S011 RENT- UNF'iHNISHEU ROOMS FOIL
lion ofke ping. Modern inmnirnrovments.
SinoglerI eniitte j5ito $1x . 16il igaiht avenue.
F'O 11 i NT TWO LAH tE UNFURNISNHED
raioom Lnvidte, wilthalenve and bath. Very
deejealile. 717 `i-xtli oaviiii.
JXVANT'riU- PItlI:SNT ADDIIIttltt OF MAlt
co B. Boonarnoei. Matheui b Ci.. 7 Denver
blink.
ow ANTED-A m Ar IINEII v1 Wit FIIOY
're. $1111 r to EIuconl to take hual iit'erot
in goni paying calitieoa. No, prvidni oan ericn-e
rqiiidl. Addree W'illiamn C. teuily. hide
etiodeoc office, herena'iMont.
A OO S lHOWY iENCII PUPIL MADtE
ini ten lronoinn elan ta gen-ral. inactical
knenwtidgi. of th langiuage given in iai iiiwoiit
ofrtim, an' grenaina. Pleonr eka.niiriiin
mnieni in,-. t.lt ia-ni Exper-iencedl 7'la.:lior, hide
'I WV I'I'I' ll .I Gl lI.S Foil ADtil-T IuN. CALL
at ci" lei;icdere betweren thehnli r~oil' threo
eant live.
ItAh't itti ViANI Eli -FORE IDE It l'.IE u F
Ilnloii~e - tori-,"llone inf then be-n inooitioini
now on tie inerloit. i-ia~vo- efd -iii pr-iile
large. I'ariaer to nontrinl t1, bincnin-ca ifth
vi~tet. Ooioil icapitail ri-quired. Pio't if refer
eue o glia and oiiit ci red. Id~r~e, h. lc o
til, tialona, Naion.lokoi
WiE bi IlADE: A NEtW t111ij'1T
riooni bIoea fore uniiilriavii lair liii ior
iirroite: oir willotlenoiily for f i.lt: lnlcinine in
too yon-ar lit il;,t tier cent. dnil.,-: Encliant,;u
loxk 1511.
y earof infe i o ar I, ,: tixtoa"l~e
W'AN i~ lii ,t~, nio i Mi Sti 'El P I' iC
maor far iconu tear, on ci nice.1 hali ieonl
nail,, ini-neaa-; par ite hav . nnoi . ln;nllinige,,
warne at hay. Adihui-o IV II. otoiclieli Stlobs
ILttoricry, Leaouta, iNirtl Dakota.
FOI RENT-DWELLINOG.
lOH tkNT-188 JIVEROOM HOUSit IGII.
.Ftiýrdsteet; bathi roonm coiplete, largen 0.00.
, e modern witenoeno oni. taha
rg h, Denver baulding.
ulOl IIKNT-1t(-OOM HOUSE, NiNrll AVE.
tine; t ath. cloneta and all modern oomvo
irnorrn: ; ot per month. Hallaco A i'ltoronbttab
4h1 ver h avenu.
1V0lt DENT-SIO. I ROOM IHOU)If WITH
I FOlo;d NSi-xt£100 a0041 nearnl igh street.
Wallace A Thoronboegh, Denver bunlldlng.
l, t"ET-*7-flOOM IfOUMBt, NINTH AVE
1 o;good neylghborhood, otus in firet
etaise condition, nil improavemets; $214 5- or
ninth. Wallace. Thornburmhi , Dentvr nlocadt
L'Ott RENT-A SIX-ROOM HOUSE O. T COB
tir of btloth and Davis street. with nil mod
eri 0Enroinirntener. 25 per ofon lU Iro ro nt
4. I Wail; avenue.
1;0 ItENT--11 URNI- ROOM l[Ot;HF SOUTH
Lltodney;iL 5-room house. Buotte street;
$16, 7-rooiodwelling. Iceoota Aveno; $1n, 5-room
diwolling with lache barn; 115, 7-room brick
btetc.: t11:5, It-reiom dwelling, tear C'eny~rni
t\lil; 04ro 10-room diweblling centrally loRatid;
otor homeir fir renot at variou ierin. hitb
tou .t to , 7 Deniver block.
T itl RElNT -EUNItT-tIOO M ; HOUSE WITH
I brtlir, es an0 all modern conveniences.
32O East Cutlrr, near Rlod.ney street.
FOR IBENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
1 Ot IIENT-AN ELFOANTI.Y FUIINITII:O
Lroom itwndoeoirable locatmion. R eferenwes
required. Adillrero 2. thior office.
1, 0t RENT-IELNISEU FRIIINT ROOM;
i t n lo reet1. 514o1 Eighth avenue.
F 'Ot RNT-FRNIHED ROOM, L42t
fort twonyon~ arntenien ron;o ie
11ofr woyueg tmno o f w.aalto two single rooms. 18 North Benton ave.
FOR 417 TNINL FURINISHBED ROOM,
417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
( room Ertat rea sons( rates. Iaravey block.
(irand street. Next door hotoel Helena.
FOR SALE--REAL. ESTATE.
00l ij SAE-FINEI NEW 8-ROtOM BRIC1K
hone, Kenck addition, $2,400; emall cash
paynt, balance on long time. Wallace &
liiruhocgli, Denier building.
1,011 SAlao-$1,300, FINE LUT ON DAVIS
street, belowl'welfth avenue, 50xl40 feet;
trt paymit in calh, leilance at 8 per cent.
Wtllace &1l inrnbotrg, ii. eiter building.
L'ill BALE 81 FEET. FRONTAGiE ON
Broadway, in lMake addition, solendid build
ing sit) ne.4,00; teroits to suit. Wallace & Thorn
FOtlSAl.E--'OIINEIl LOT. 1i0x150, on best
rtsidecnce ot roet in the city; foil view of
the cant siod and ralley. Address box 777 oily
postottice.
OHl SAI.E--AT A BAHlGiAIN -0 FEET ON
trtniureqay near lilobak; easy terms. Ad
dressn peelolbre box 20,, Helena.
FOi OhA l0E--TWO LOTS, NO. 1 AND 2,
ck t, ydiilsae niune, will b." sold by
auctloio n Ang. W, lelt, to the highest, bidder.
dinIe.E J. McNeil,
-j; SALE -DESTHABILE RE Ntt)l.CtE LOTS
b on lioulder ivene, within a block of Hole
na and ioni ins aenues; $100 each. Matheson
Oot Cu,7 Denover block.
'Olt lAE-TWENTY-NIGHT LOTS IN
I i lastery Addition, at modern pricos anid
very easy terms. Miatbeson & to., 7 Lenver
.0 1 SALE-1o00 WILL BUY TWO EXCA.L
leFnt resione. lots in Broudwater, within
iot Mo ks if 0inton avenis. Matheson & Co.,
1Denveirblock.
ORl -ALE-Sl)0e FOR A CORNER LOT, EIO
n110: in Northerin Pacifi adition, north
ouet. Motlic on ii. (o.. 7 Deinver block.
01i SAL -INSTALILIMrtNT iLAN-WE
lbnvoodesirablel itoellingii at vairioiun pricee,
emr 51; 0) up; in diffecrent parts of the city. for
alo on very reasonable terms, a small down pay
hent reirnd the balance being payable in
inniloly ir quiarterly paymients. Maoteseon & Ci..
(0(1SAL 1-- GO 1D11.11 NGl LOT',
IIi1 STalalloy on Lido) within half it block 01
Ilodney orrert: orice $20:t; on seryeay terms. A
prmr-laser building on thId lot may have three
ya aii tine to pay for it. 1atheson & Co., 7 Don
ver block.
1j0R SALE-550G WILL BUY A PIECE OF
land on u1p-er end of Davie street: largo
enough to build reveral houste on; a good ploc
for a mar whol keepso stirk; no- over live minute's
walk I root Blroadway; $1:.0 down, $25 per 0100ic
Faltieson A (ii.. 7 Deater dlock.
1 Ott SALE- tPill FRONT bOOT FOR
lots t iv ant six, bok thirty on, Flowr
lLxiutta av0mnu Mathemon & Co., S Penver
block.
I iH SAL I llTY-FilE LOTS IN FLOW
orre- a idition at prices varying from $'00
to $1.:: I; payable one-third down, balance nine
and eight.on montlho. duathoson & Co., 7 Denver
block.
OUI BALE--A NEW HOLSE OF1 IX ROOMS,
pnry a n baath room, on Hlowie etreet.
No. 127. Also the two adjoining lota of 42x100
feel Apl-ly at exid honor.
1Oit SAL.- 0S.000 CASH-BALANCI': ON
long time will buy one of the prettiest new
reoidenceo in the west end: eleven rooms hand
somely papered, furnace. electric bells and all
modern ititproventevts; beattiful lawn. concrete
walks, -arrive.' hou-e. etc. AMt investment.
losyreaon whetn desired. Address W., P. O.
box 11022.
Oh iALE-WAlEHIOUSyi LOTS IN EL
llittu, on N. P. right of way, $100. Mathe
son & t o.
I"ORl SALE--FORTY ACRES VALENT;INE
bcria, at John S. M. Aeill's, 12 Edward
strrset.
jO' SALE'E-1,800 FEET IN THE AMES AD
trtion at a hargain. The Withorbee An
drew ('a.. he;ol block.
FOR MALIS-MISiCEI.I.ANEOUS.
1'011 SALE A GItilD ItAY-NIi FitU IT AND
1 coni lEltonry busii, s; remnon for celling,
wish toco n o a oimote xtensivo busiless. Ad
dr-ac 1.10,1, this office.
I '011 SALE--AN ELEGiANT PARLOR SUITE
for solo chtap at 7Sii Sigts avttt e. It has
b ass in ie t'lutes monthsl and cost when new
1 0(t SA L- -OLD PAL'ElId AT A BARGAIN
atti. -,ffice.
S'01t SALE lCHOLAIHlSIP IN THE liON
ittta Iutinsts toll;go Call at this office.
1'011 SALE iCHOLAIlSIIP IN 'HI: IIEL
I-' ena Hiusinrrs (ollego. Callat this oflioe.
BOARD AND ROOM OWWURUD.
OAf O UN I OAD2 intER
Ileokenrldee etree e41eseoatu srlah
N rslea street sIrr r toretotid
borders..
w t- 1 o le tBl bd t
iHOBT NT-RAOE Rll RSTIVTE DAM8K
avenue.
LORB1l -NGLD RCEL U PEAD ROOMS
'. itbordataenoth econey ,tRee.
Busk.l -l119T L1A88 Dtte.OAiD $e PAEl
this dnalre I wst neet. as eaea
WANT - O YOUNGad$ r. .
Fifth UIO a OvCenue.rtan Ba
LOST
lOST-A Sto ALL, BAY MAREi;. WklliE SPOT
In face, hind feet white. b rAndeA M on right
shoulder,. inder pleaso return to resldenee of
8. T. HWaueer and Oeteive reward.
LOST-BROWN WOOLEN JACKET WAS
poiked up b5 parties In double team. in frost
of Judge Hunts residencee. on road to Broad
wlaterweekago laest Sunday. Please leav, at
T OST-STIIAYIEI 01R STOLEN DARK
brown hare. branded T on rrt shoul
der; ha. scratch on left aids. Small wite star in
forehead; right hind foot white. ifindler return
to Win. AKbreUht.'
LOT.SV-GtOLD) BRACEILET PEARL SET.
A-tl ornginblueenamel. Finder please leave at
this a oc and receive reward.
AOUND.
F'OUND -I'OCKEE BOOK C2INTAININ;+
money anti check. Owner call on 8. P.
Johnoln, at Windeor Houe., hetwesa 12 andlone
p. M.
DI1SSOLU;TIONNOTICE--J. Zywert and Swan
Nordstrom, doing business untler the name
of Futon Casth Market, 1A01h roerts street is
thid day ritirolvod byy mutual consent. Mtr.
Zywert will continue theo business, andi will so
deavor to merit the pMtroosgo of both old and
new csetomers. J. JYWErtT,
Helena. Aug. 4, 1801. SA ODTO,
ANULM TN -H ANNUAL MEET
ilo o stckoldrsofthe Htelena Lumnbsr
Company for the electron of o. core anti tihe
transaction of sort; othter businees asmapr
cr1l come before the meeting will be hld~ at dho
oltj'e of said company. 1800 Lynclale avenue, in
the cite of Helena, Mont., on Thursday, Aug. 20,
1891. at 11 o'clock m.
W. B. MORRISON, Secretary.
PROt'rSSIONAIL CARDiS.
R. G. DAViES,
Atto;rney at Law.
Boom 5, Aehby Block, Helena, Mont,
D)R. F. C. LAWYER,. -- -
Physician end Surgeon.
SPE'r.oAtoa$vS-Eye, Far and Throat.
Ofiie:t tt15tti Broadway.
XSHBU12N K. IIARBIUII,
Attorney anit Connselior at law.
Masonic Temple. Helena, Mont.
MARtIENA BULLARD.
Attotrney and Counnellor at Law.
Wilt practice in ait courts of record In tho
hate. office in (bold Elock. Holena. llont.
SizltR & KEERL, -
Civil and Mtiting IEngineers.
I'. S. Deputy titinerai ttnri'cyre. Mineral p at
ton, Montt.
1)R1. H. tIOCEMAN,
i'hyeician. Surgeon, Actovehaor. Ocolist, Acridt
Member of Han Franritco Medical Society;
tima Ncv;;;l: Stat" Mbcdical Socioty. Office .it
tlian etrec;. over Steloctusl Jewelry Slots.
NO. 4408.
elena National Bank....
OF 'ELENA, 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
tusned on foreign countries.
Transfer of money br telegraph. First-cels
city, county and state seunrities bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to.
Beard of Directors.
John T. Murphy W
fihiiOy C. Ashby, P. W.McAdow,
Frank Ilaird. D toh. K. Wells,
J. P. WBOlman, E. D. Maclay.
W. M. CHELen. J-n. V Mendenhali,
Aber B. ClLmsnts; R. S. Ford.
A. A. McDonald. . Pe. Forter.
p W ontana National Bank
OF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital Paid In - $500,000
Surplus and Protits, - $200,000
Directors.
0. A. BROADWATER, - President
L. 0. PHELPS. - - Vice Presidont
R. L. MoCULLOB, - - Cashier
S. E. ATKINSON, - - Asst. Cashier
A. ii. Clarko, hiermant Gans.
IT. F.. Gaten. Peter Larson,
C. W. Cannon. R. C. Wallae..
David A. Cory.
T he Thomas Cruse Savings
BANK, OF HELENA.
Inoorporated Under tie Laws of
Montana,
PAID IN CAPITAL, - $100,000
THOMA CRUSE. -- Prsident
RANK H. CRUBU , Viae Praideat
wM. JC00pKB1 Dc. and Aest. Treess
W. J. $WEENE'y, - - Towresteg
Doard of Trustees.
Torns. Crusa.PFrank H. Cross.
WJ. Cook., John Fassn;
W: 1. Sweeney.
Allows 4 per cent. Interest on Savings Deposits
compounded January sod July.
Trasoacte tesgneral hanklng bnisnase. Draws
exchange on the pr lties of the United
Seale. andEuoe
IDoeal nt c ty and city bonds, and makes
Iowa on realcestate mortgagee,
Office hour. from 10 a. In. to 4 p. in. Also on
Saturday snd Monday evenings from 7 to a
aoclock.
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 Eanking Br sinere Traneaoted.
Safety Deposit Doze, for Reat
Directors.
S. T. HAUSER, - - President
E. W. KNIGHT. - - Cashier
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Aest. Cashier
GEO. H. HILL, "" 2nd Anet. Cashier
Granville Stuart . - Stocktrower
Hon. T. C. Power. - . U. S. Senator
J. C. Curtin, - Clarke, Conrad & Curtin
R. S. Hamilton, . - - Capitalist
0. R. Allen, - Mining and Stookgrower
Chas. K. Wells. - - - Merchant
A. H. Holter. - A. M. Holler Hardware C.
Assoclated Banks.
Northwestern National Bank, - Great Falli
Firot National Bank, . - Miesoele
First Nat onsi Bank. . Ba aes
T lie American Nationale..
BANK, OF HELENA.
CAPITAL. . - $200,000
T. C. POWER, - - President
A. J. BELIGMAN, - Vice-President
A. C. JOHNSON, - - Cashier
GEO. F. COPE, . Assistant Cashier
Directors.
T. C. Power, A. J. Selicman,
A. C. Johns n, Richard Lookey,
James Sullivan.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange
Iasued on principal cities of the United States.
Canada and Europe. Transfers of money made
by telegraph. Collectio.s promptly attendel to.
City, county and stateosecurities bought and sold.
N erehants 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
* * Boardtof Directors. * *
Thomas Crose, M. Bands,
S. S. luntiry, A. K. Prescott,
A. J. Datideon, Iriones Morris,
L. Ht. lHoreltittl I, Aaron Herohielid.
J. Switzer.
First-cleas City, County and State Securities
bought and sold.
Ezobangi ired on the princieat cities of the
United Otate's and Europe. 1'rantfors of money
made by telegraph.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections
promptly attended to.
Boxes for rent at reaconable prices in on. of
the best constructed fire and burglar proof sate
deoo 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 Pie tident
GEORGE B. CHILD. - Cashier
JOSEPH N. KENCK, * Aeet. Cambiec
Board of Directors.
J. B3. Sanford, C. (4. Evens,
G. C. Swallow, Chris Kenck,
k. 1. Edgerton, C. K. Cole.
George B. Child.

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