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led to an attl , in which the offioe, t owpmen, MAg, Mary liRmpler, of yoeu Danuish girl. They ha bneen oyd Ino e den and thrst into th~ e i ttlo in order to force them into lives of chime. The keeper of the place was held S"sWgrand jury. REGULAR ARMY NOTES. On the Fort snellng Target Mange-Visit ors at Headquarters. Mnnearoaus. Aug. 12.-The eleventh an anal competition of selected riflemen of the department of Dakota commences on Thursday next, the 18th instant, on the Fort Smelling target range, and continues for seven days. The first three days will be devoted to preliminary practice and the remainder to competition for places on the department rifle team. This team will be composed of the riflemen making the beet a.rete saores at known distanees, and slrmish firing at 200, 00. 500 and 600 yards. The iring each day will commence at 8:3S a. m. and 1:30 p. m. The rifleman making the highest aggregate score during the four days' competitive firlng, and there by securing first place upon the team, will be awarded a handsome gold medal, saita. bly inscribed, valued at $100; the next theee in order of merit on the team, a large silver medal each, and the remaining six a bronze medal each. Those prizes are awarded by the government. The following named officers will comprize the organize tion force, assisted by about Affy-four en listed men. Officer in oherge-Maj. Wirt Davis, Fifth cavalry, inspector of small arms practice, department of Dakota. Chief range officer-Capt. Abram A. Har bach, Twentieth infantry. Range officers--First Lieutenant James O. Green, Twenty-fifth infantry: Second Lieutenant Benjamin A. Poore, Twelfth in fantry: Second Lieutenant Harry 1). Humphrey, Twentieth infantry; Second Lieutenant Marcus D. Cronin. Twentieth infantry; Second Lieutenant Earl C. Car nahan. Twelfth infantry; Second Lieuten - ant Wilson Chase, Twentieth infantry; Seo ond Lieutenant Willis Utine, Twelfth in fantry: Second Lieutenant Albert D. Nis kern, Twentieth infantry. Statistical officer-First Lieut. Stephen C. Mills, Twelfth infantry. Telephone officer-First Lieut. R. H. R. Longhborough, Twenty-fifth infantry. A. A. Q. M. and A. 0. O.-Second Lieut. Samuel Burkhardt, Jr., Twenty-fifth in fantry. In charge of enlisted competitors and members of organization force-Capt. John W. French, Twenty-fifth infantry: Second Lguat. Vernon A. Caldwell, Twenty-fifth inTan trylo T'he fotlowino named officer, were visitors The following named officers were visitors at department headquarters recently: First Lieut. Stephen C. Mills. Second Lieut. Earl C. Carnahan and Second Lient. Willis Uline, Twelfth infantry, from Fort Sully, S. 1).; Second Liout. Benjamin A. Poore, Twelfth infantry, from Fort Ben nett. S. D.. and Second Lieut. Harry D. Hnmphrey. Twentieth infantry, of Camp Poplar River, Mont.. en route to take part in the department rifle competition at Fort Snelling; First Lieut. Stephen L'H. Slo cam and Second Lieut. Joseph C. Byron, of the Eighth cavalry, from Fort Meade, S. D., en route to Fort Keogh, Mont., for duty in connection with the cavalry con test between teams from the departments of the Columbia and Dakota; and Lienut. Ulysses G. McAlexander, Twenty-fifth in fantry, of Fort Missoula, Mont., en route to Mount Pleasant. Iowa, to enter upon his duty as professor of military science and tactics at the Iowa Wesleyan university. Brigadier General McCook, commanding the department of Arizona, has appointed a general court martial to meet at Whipple Barracks, Ariz., for the trial of First Lieut. Christopher C. Miner, Ninth infantry. Col. George M. Bravton, Ninth infantry, is president and Lieut. John E. McMahon, Fourth artillery, A. D. C., judge advocate for the court. This makes the third or fourth officer brought to trial in this de partment within the past few months. The following transfers of post chaplains has been ordered by the secretary of war: Post Chaplain John B. McCleery, from the military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., to Fort McIntosh, Tex. Post Chap lain Charles C. Pierce, from Fort Supply, I. T., to the military prison at Fort Leaven worth. Post Chaplain William H. Pearson, from Mount Vernon Barracks, Ala., to Fort Stanton, N. M. Troop H, First cavalry, Captain George S. Hoyle, commanding, arrived at its new station, Fort Buford, N. D., on the 4th inst. The troop, consisting of captain, second lieutenant and fifty-four enlisted men, left Fort Assinaboine, Mont., on the 20th ultimo, and marched the entire distance, 296 miles. First Lieut. George W. Goode, of this troop, is at present commanding a detachment of cavalry from Fort Custer, in camp at Tongue River agency, Mont. 'this detachment consists of about fifteen cav alrymen, but is about to be increased to a full troop from Fort Custer. The superintendent of the recruiting ser vice in New York city has been ordered to send forty recruits to FortAssinaboineand Camp Poplar river, Mont., for assignment to companies of the Twentieth infantry. Under instructions. from Washington. D. C., the commanding officers of Fort Snel ling have been directed to release"Low Dog" a Sioux Indian, now in confinement at that post, and send him to Fort Bennett, S. D., for restoration to his people at the Chey enne river agency. Low Dog was accused of inciting the youg bucks of his tribe to rebellion, and was removed to Fort Snel ling to be under the surveillance of the military. Denverites Were Victimized. DENVER, Aug. 12.-Investors in this city, it is said, lost over $20,000 through the National Capital Savings, Building and Loan association in Chicago. It is also said the arrest of the officers of that con cern was due to an expose made by the Denver real estate exchange, the crooked operations having been shown up and the attention of the governor and United States district attorney called to them five months ago. Changed the Face of the 5Earth. YUMA, Ariz., Aug. 12.-Daily arrivals from the region of Sonora, on the Colo rado river, report that most wonderful ,. .msn u Imm m FIRST BAY'S SALES AMOUNTED TO $9,450. o Contracts Made for the Erection of a 30-Room Hotel and a General Store, Railroad Will be in Operation to Barker Aug. 15. Buy at First List price Before August 10, when all Lots will be raised $50 Each. Maps and Price Lists can be obtained in Great. Falls at office of T. Gaha gan; at Barker at office of T. W. Thomson. Barker is the richest Carbonate mining camp in Montana. Ores are being piled on the dumps awaiting shipment by Railroad. For Information Call on JAS. P. PORTER. Power Block, Helena I changes in the topography and peaxanee Softheeowtry were oaoiee b t I earth e The 4 a enc d, e - Sle.Tatlyel are'?.aý e.. ) The IndTat p Iidbletl t anothea efrth. quake is liable to occur soon. erom a Slow Poison. MnxinPorts, Aug. 12.-The evening Tribune has a special from BS ttle. Wash., saying that Willis Lytle, an 18-year-old boy, is supposed to have been slowly poi soned. He died at Providence yesterday. Suspicion is raised that the parents po.i soned the boy to get some property that was left hifnby relatives. Aehemnial anal ysis of the stomach will be made and if the poison is found the parents will he arrested. A Demoen of the Sea. New Yonu, Aug. 12.-A trial test was made to-day at Willet's Point, of the new electric torpedo boat known as the Edison Bimms invention which, it is expected, will be accepted by the government. The gov ernment contract calls for. a speed of eighteen miles per hour. The test is pro nounced successful. It is stated that the boat can travel twenty miles per hour. Big Wheat Yield. MADIsoN, Minn.. Aug. 12.-From 15i1 acres of grain in this vicinity 658 bushels and twenty Pounds of wheat were threshed yesterday. It weighed sixty-one pounds to te bushel. The yield is larger than antici i ated everywhere. THE MARKETS. STOCKS. New Teao, August 12.-Bar silver. 98140. Copper--Steady; lake, August $1100. Lead--Dull; domestic. ~t 4754. Material improvement was made in all the leading shares on the stock market to-day. It is conceded that the market for the present hangs on Union Pacitiio affairs., and to-day it certainly took its tone from that stock, which recovered from yesterday's lo0s. The crop report con tinned to be most favorable, and hock Island and Bnrlington kept closely behind Union Pa cific on the upward movement. The opening was strong, the close heavy, with prices gener ally improved over last night's figures. Governments-Steady. Petroleum-Closing at Oio. Closing Closing U .....S re......116!i Northwestern prof.132 U. S. 4s coupon.... lli6 New York Central. 09 U. S. 4s rega. tl) Oregon Imp....... U. S. 4%s roupon...100%i Oregon Nay....... fi Pacifi ts.......... 110 North American... 121 Atchison......... 1'0 Paclific Mail.. ..... 32 (anada Pac ....... 81!1 Beading........... 274 'anada Southern.. 48 BuHock lsland....... 7 entral Pacific.... 3Src t. Paul.......e... 7!; Burlington....... 8 St. Paul & Omaha. I24 Del. & Lack.... .. 33t i Texas Pacific...... 11s, 11) & L. G., prof.. 41 Union 'acific..... 5!a Erie ............. 18 U. S. Express..... 57 Kansas & Texas.... 124!, Fargo Exress.... e8 Lake Shore...... . 19 e-tern Union.... .1.14 L'ville &a Nash.. tI67 Ameri. Cotton Oil. 20 Michigan Central. 8 Terminal.......... I MhissoriPacific... ti6t Oregon Short Line 21 Northern Pacilic.. 21!i I0 . . Western.... I36 N. P. pref A ......tcil' It. t. WV. lets..... 75 Northlwestern ..... 1it Il. G(.W. pref...... 65 Money on call easy; closed offerod at 2 per cent. Prime merc0antileo paper 5o0474; Sterling exchange firm: sixty-day bills, $4.84, demand. $4.86. CHICAGO PRODUCT.. C(srTAan. Aug. 12.-('lose-- Whot. firm; cash, 9t1c; September, 9t'1ac; December, 90. Corn--Cneettled; cash, 2Ol.c; September, 501-1 42lI1c. ()atas--asy; cash. 28!ic; May, 310c. Hsrley--Nominal: 65ti0ti6c. Pork-Steady; cash. $10.37%.; feptember, 10 421,. Lard-Steady; cash, $0.62,M,07-.65; September, 1$8.h it6 .67ýy Short clear--7.2507.30., tihoullers-- $6. 107tl.20. Short rits -$6.70@ 6.72%", ('ll('AGiOt CATTLE. Ct.scao. Aug. 12.-Cattle-Recetnte. 12,000: steady; choice to extra steers. $5.756.00: good ateyr.t. 41.01,,.5.50; cotlmen, $3.t;firstname.lastname@example.org; Texans, $22..035 .71; W, sterns. $email@example.com. Hogs--Reeipte, 1h.000: active, stealy to strong; rough and common. $4.25x184.85; mixed andl packers, $4.404 5.3lt: prime heavy and butchers' weights. 85.05@ 5.45; prime light, $5.55285.75; araseres. $3.00t4O4.80. Sheep--lreceipte, 8,000; fairly active. 106120 lower; native ewes. $:.50k4.501: mixed and wether., $4.50x45.15; Texans, $400f1.15: west erns, $il... 4.20. BO WANTED Total osuos of CITIES, COUNTIES. SCHOOL 1.DISTRICTS WATER COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIES,ete. Coreespondence solicited. N.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 183=165 Dearborn Street, CHICACO. IS Wall Street. NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTOM. QIHtERiFF'B SALE-FREDRICK THORNTON, Sand Neol Walbur, co-partners as Thornton & Toalbnrg. plainiffn. vs. Sidney A. Witherbee, and t:ortha titberbe, his wife, and Fredrick 8. Witheriel, de endants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and dea.-: ofi foreclosure and 'oalo issued out of the diotrict court of the First Jurlicial district of the state of Mdontanra, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on the 3d day of August. A. 1). 189111, in the above entitled action.wherein Fredric '1 horn ton ant Nels Welbure. eo-partners as Thornton & Walbnrg. the above named plaintiffo, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclooure and oslo against O.idosy A. Wirhorbes. and iertha Wither bee, his wife, and Fredrick a. With ertee, defendants, on the l8th dat of .Jutyl. A. D. 1891. for the scm of $105.50 bsides interest, costa and attorney fees, which said deeree was on the 18th day of Jiol, A. D. 18J1, reuorded in judgment book No. "G' of said court at page 158. I am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces or narcels of land, sir nate. lyino and bhing in ta en.nnty off Li and Clarke, rltats of Mbon:ann. and hounded and deesribed as followe, to-wit: Lots nnmbered ite (51 and Fix (6) in block one hnu-trod and eighty three lIa in thle Bradford addition to the city of ilelear, county and state aforesaid. 'together with all and ctngular the tenements. hersritaments, and appurtenance therennto be lontin- or in any wiss appertainlag. Public notion is hereby +;iven that on I Mlnday, the 24th day of August. A.DT. ltb5. a5 12 o'ctock im. of that day at the front door of the court houoe, Hle ena. Iewis anJ C:larke county. Montana, I will, in obedience to said order o olle and. decree of f' e:losure and tale, se.l the nhboedescrlibd prol.orly, or Co mnch ti ereot an 0n1v I.e npcossry to eatieof aidl juditl nt. with inte-e.t and ovtal, to tile highest and hest bidder for cash in hand. Givsn under my hand this 3d day of August, A. D. 1891. CH Al. M. JEFFERi9. Rheriff. Bly RALPH G. JOt.NSON. Deputy bheriff. RbELP W+AKfTHjsD-b- ERA stee*t, wan .i tinrst.class sewlg gir ANTDOn-- ANDLER WANTS TAOMA aosok %4 sixi waiters and ham ;:MAN. ton; 3.0 mea on o ret s tNe ree ta o. North ern PaciW o EmDployment Ofce. SANTED--CIOANDLER WANTS TEAM dv er for cmity, $4; one tot eoantry, m0; swamper, 1'.1; male waiter $yt; ranclman. It0; eight rauehbmen, $23. "w-ANTIIr-A No. o sOACHMAN. APPLY to S. ( Ashby, 6 Dearborn avenue. ITUANTED)-TWO YOUNG MEN WITH SE security to run as news agents. Apply at news ottlo, N. P. P depot. HELP WANTED- MISELLAN EOUIS W ANTED-CHANI)LER WANTS MAN AND awile man must be a blacksmith. SITUATIONS WANTED--FEMIALE. Advertisements under this bead tLhri times FREE. OITUATION WANTED--HY YOUNG NOR Swe ngirl to do second work. Address or call 033 Park avenue. ITWUATIONW.ANTED-BOY YOUNG LADY to do typewriting and short hand. Address Typewritcr. this office SITUATION WANTED-ASCOOK IN APGEN. k tleman's private faimnly; understands cook ing every way: is a irat-ese baker and butter maker: would also do general housework; apply to 1821 Helena avenue, opposite Dnfl's. upstairs. DITUATION WANTED--BY A YOUNG CGIRTL; . genoral housework; small family preferred. Call at or address 813 Jackson street. I1TUATION WANTED-TO DO GENERAL - housework. 20 Raleigh street. SITUATION WANTED-TO DO CHAMBEIR work. Apply 20 Raleigh street. S ITUATION WANTED--'TO DO GENERAL housework. Call or address No. 20 Raleigh street. SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK. APPLY at Windsor House. S1TUATIONS VANTED-MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FllEE. SITUATION WANTED--AS CLERK OR TRAY ' sling alersman. References, etc., furnished. Atldreses t. I. this office. SITUATION WANTED-CARPENTER CTITY or country. good wgrker; address "Carpen ter." this office. SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPEIRI Sencued editor and al round printer on ron tanms paper; addre:e It., 1002 Broadway, IHelena. HIISCELLANEOUIS IO EXCHANGE-l0 ROOMS NICELY FUR nishod, in test location in town: in exchange for unimproved real estate. Apply room 21 Bailey block. WANTED - CHILDREN UNDER FIVE years of age to board. 531 Sixth avenue. WANTE)D-A TT.NANT FOR ONE OF THE best room buildings in Helena. For terms and particnlar· adress C 20 this office. W ANTED-80 to 160 ACRES OF GOOD HAY land; price must be low and land near Helena. Wm. Muth. WANTED-A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF l the finest residence sites on west side; price low for cash. Wm. ,Muth. WANTED--WLL BUY A SMALL JIOUBE on west side on installment plan, if sold at a snap. C. E. I)., Independent office. WTUANTED-CONTRACTS TO ERECT FtR8 F class dwellings, stores and office buildings. We are comlpletel equipped to do all kinds of building at bed-rock figures. Wallace & tlhorn burgh, IDenser building. WANTED--A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF inside property; just the thing for a row of Slate; close to Man street. Wm. Muth. TANTEDI-A TRADER WIHO WANTS A a lanrhin exchange for business property. Wn. Muth. ANTEDI-TO TRADE 80 ACRES NEAR Great Falls for Helena property. Steele & ('lements. C ANTED-l.,000 SHAIES BALD BUTTE. State price. Address L. C., this office, 'TANTED)-PARlTNElI HAVING $5.000 CASH to take up a mining deal; will b-ar clos est investigation. Address C. E.. this office. WANTED-A BUYERt FiOR A PILATTED tract of the beet residonc property on west side; trice way.dow; half cash, balance n one year. Win. Muth, agent. LT ANTED-TO TRAI)DE A 0-ROOM HOUSE V on cast side, hardwood floor and finish, bath, fernnce, all modern conveniences, for un imnproved property, or will sell equity for $5,000. Steele & ('leuents. WANTED--PRESENT' ADDRESS OF MAR ''cus 13. Boorman. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. rANTED-A WELL DEVELOPED MINE. ". free milling gold ore prferrod; price based on developments. Win. Muth, agent. XCIHANGE--WTLL TRADE A NEW EIGIIT room house for unimproved clear lots or acreage; or will soell nulty for $1.,750: balance in two years at eight per rent. Address Exchange, box lit. tr ANTED-5,000 YOUNG SHEEP NEX I' BUM mer for three years on shars; halt wool and increase; parties have ex erience, buildings, water and hay. Address W It. Standish, Sate's Attorney, lakota, north Dakota. BOARD AND ROOM OFFEItEI). FOR RENT-217 EIGiHTIH AVENUE; PLEAS ant rooms with tirHt-class table board. 'OlR tENT-ROOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY with board at 505 Ewing street. OR IIVENT--THIlEE EURNISHIEDI, ROOMS Swith or without board, No. 19 North lBenton avenue. el RENT--NICELY FURNIIIED ROOMS101 with board, at 58 South Rtodney street. OARD--FIR ST-LAS tOARD $8 PER B week. 119 Rodney street, WANTED--TWO YOUNG GENTLFMEN room and board $20 per month. No.20l Fifth savenue. FOUND. FOOL:N) -I (t'KlI'T IIOOK CONTAININt mnoney and colek. Owner call on S. S. ,thnsou, :at Windsor Ilonoo, Ib.-twen 12i anid one 1) in. FO Ao, 04 d Ihet"e w aNaI Q t l'mllU' al nacee, .tud t ad re, r e n tem on Ia , plies s. Cal and see. " A -O BALE--45.000. 50x140 FRET, &-ROOM FI fram hose, a coreer on, Warren stleet. $0,500, 175150 feet, I-room stone houe on Masl on avenue; $3, M0 4018 fo0ot, 1-room fame honuso, corner, on Chancer s at.ret; $1,00, 40x11 feet1 -room frame house on Chaucror street. li, 8. irench ,t Co. O BOBALE--O-HOOM RESIDENCE ON WEST side, bath room. well lilbhed, $1.E50 cah, balance to suit. ytoele Clementa, OR BALI;--$SEI,0, 3xBS. S-ROOM BR181., F collar. water, eta, on ialelgu sisetret; E8, 4ltx. l0-room brick, cellar water, etc., on t sigh street; $ 1,500, 50x106 feet 8-room frame hlouse, on lesser bmulevardt $4,500, 4lU100 feet. 5-room frame house on bruadway. E. 8. Frenoh &t Co. FOR SALE--50x140 FE1T ON LYNDALK AVE Sne at a bargain; terms to suIt. Strtele i Clements. 0R SAtLE-RElI) ENCE ON WEST 81D1. close to business center, large lot, east front, very desirable homoe ttoele & Clements. L? OR SAE 8, 00 INE 140W 0-IItiii Sframe dweling, bath room complete, only 8 minutels' walk from Main street: terms easy. Wallace A Thornburgh. Denver building. F.1OR ALE--THE ONLY CIIANCE OF THE Skind $2.100 will buy a 0-room frame dwell ing complete; intending Iurchaser can have lNs ,ssioon three months by opaing $21 per month rent; should he then purchase the amount paid as rent will be erodited on account of purchase price: balance in list tllmnts to suit. Wallaco & Thornburgh, Denver building. 01OR SALE-$18,O0. A FINE 4-11RO00M HOUSE 'in Flower Gardenladdition, close to N. P. deot smurall cash payment, easy terms for hal ance. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver building. FOR SALE--8-CROOI AND BDA'1A HIttlCK F dwelling, 15,000; 5-room brick dwelling, Eleventh avenue. #2,)0;: 4-room framu dwelling. $14e.t 6-room frame dwelling. $2.250; 7-room and bath. frame dwelling, splendid locution, $4,00. Any of thtse can be purchased for 10 per rent. cash, balance on time. Wallace & Ihornburlgh,. D)enver building. _-OR- SALE--CHOIC COINERS AND IN Seide lots in Lenox at from $14 to 20 ier foot; also bargains in Floworee. IEasterly IBlake. Beattie. Flower Garden and Morshfield aldidltioe. Examine our lists. Wallace r& Thornburgt, Denver building. 0OR SALI--St,300, FINE LOT ON DAVIS 1 street., below Twelfth cavenue, Ox140 fooet; partpayment in cmsh, balance at 8 per cent. Wallaco & T'hornburgh, Denver building. eOR SALE--8T FEET FRONTAGE ON lroadway, in Blake addition, ensendid build ing site $4,00; terms to suit. Wallace A Thorn tburgh, enver building. FOIltSALE-TCOtNEIt LOT. 100x150, on best residence street in the city; full view of the east side and valley. Address box 77, city posto.ice. T O iSALE---FOR C0 GOO)D IBUILI)ING F lot 50a150 on South end of Rodney street; address box 'i777, city postoffice, FOR SALE-4-IOOM COTI'AGE AND CLOS eta. pantry, cellar, and water in the yard: lot 1x100 to 111 foot alley, price, 1,400., original cost; prescnt ow ner will rent the place for 0 or 12 months and deduct the rent from down payment; terms very easy. Inquire ast premises, 21 South Hoback street. FOR ALEb--AT A AIRGAIN--50 FEET ON F Broadwaynear Hobaek; easy terms. Ad dress ipostoflice box 2., Helena. FOR SALE--TWO LOTS, NO. 1 AND 2, bock 45. Lyndale avenue, will be sold by auction on Aug. 1:, 18091, to the highest bidder. Mrs. E. J. McNeilh. F'0OR SALE-FINE 8-ROOM BRICK . I.I Idence on west side, only two blocks from Main street. fronts on two streets; very cheap. Steele & Clenmnts. fORt SALE-NICE 7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE on Eleventh avenue near Rodney. Stools & Clements. FOR BALE-DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS 1 on Boulder avenue, within a block of IHelo na and Montana avenues; $500 each. Matheson & Co , 7 Denver block, TOR SALE-TWENTY-EIIIHT LOTS IN .J Easterly addition, at modern prices and very easy terms. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. OR BALE--900 WILL BUY TWO EXCCL " lent residence lots in Hroadwater, within two blocks of Benton avenue. Matheson & Co.. 7 Denver block. FOR SALE-NEWfi-ROOM IIO USE IN BROAD water addition, onlyone block from electric motor; small payment down, balance install ments. Steele Clements. U OR BALE--.00 FOR A CORNER LOT, 50x. o 140: in Northern Pacific addition, north front. Matheson & Co.,. 7 Deonver block. OR BIALE-INSTALMENT PLAN-WE fo have desirable dwellings at various prices, from $1;,(0 up; in differont parts of the city, for sale on very reasonable terms, a small down pay ment required, the balance being payable in monthly or quarterly payments. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. FOR SLE--FINE S-ROOM BRICK IIOUSE on Spencerstreet, near tRodney, only few minutes from postoffice, at great bargain. Steele & Clements. OR SALKE--$5,000. 40x00 FEET, 9-1HOOM brick, bath. cellar, etc., gas fixtures, double frontage on two streets. E. S. French & Co. FOR SALE-A GOOD BUILDING LOT 35xl40 (alley on side) within half a block of Rodney street: price $350; on veryea.y terms. A purchaser building on this lot may have three years time to pay for it. Matheson & Co., 7 Den ver block. FOR SALE-$500 WILL BUY A PIECE OF land on upper end of Davis street: largo enough to build several hou.rs on; a good place for a man who keeps stock: not over five minutes walk from Broadway; $100 down, $25 per month. Mlatheson A Co., 7 Dlenser block. 1OR1 SALET-FINE NEW 8-ROOM BRICK -house, Kenck addition, $2,400: small cash paynlent, halance on long time. Wallace & 'Jl hornbrgh, Denver building. S01R ALIE-ONE OF ''llE FINEST ranches in Montana, 2,00 acres, every acre can be irrigated anid have abundance of water, linS range on every side. goold market for every thing prod.crrl, good im rovetente; will be sold at a great t.argain. W E. Cox. Gold block. FeHl AALE---$2,00, 50x0ll FEET. 5-RIOOM franme holuse on Filkth avenue;: $3,500, 50x140 fe;., 5-rco:n brik hoate on Eighth avenue; <4.t03, 42x10 feet,: 5-rom framin house on Broal way; P4.200. 4-,xl(00 feet, 5-rootm brick hones. corner. Broadway. F S. .French A ('o. TOlI SALI:--85 PER FRIONT OOT FOIR I lots tive and six, block thirty-one Flower tlarden addition, each 50xl10, only 1W0 feet from Montanatavenol. Matheson A Co., 7 IDenver block. FOIL l ALEJ--WAEOliEUSE L1OTC IN EL Sliton, on N. P. right of way, $100. Mathe son & Co. fa n ou, r.wtea motor aveins$8, la eot, ete-roo rata houe, 0 fet donbse 'frontage on Bnton sad Park aven e, bmsiaets ponetlta $c,000, 84axt10 0, t101 f heotrhos o neo lven avenue. B. rnah FOR HALE-1.. I00 p oAslu EUt R .6o uesideaoes tLA wetan S ei son h so nelpa refd, fa(ron etleo d t$n C I modern improvements; beautitud lawn, conretem walkc., carrIage et. ate e oseeelou when ,ee . ga ; AddesW, s bao 102. .OR 8HALE-1,600 FDET IN TI M AD u i io n a t -b a rgt a i n.d ' a W ott h r b e A n drew Co.. o bloc. n F OR SALE- OL80i. PAii 4-RAOOM FRAME ( on lDaota avenue; $,100. 60x84, ?-room frame hfaso, Blake street; $4,000, 43xB feet. 9-room brick on Sixth avenue, esattie:; $8,00. 189 feet, 8-room brick o Seoattle street. N. S, French & Co FO1R BALE-OMISCILLANEOUS. "OR BALE--COOING STOVIES, DITHE1 S lamps, glassware and kitchen outfit cheep. 214 North Rodney street. n OR u SALE-40 HIAll) OF HOiSES VERY - heap. W.. .C'ox, Gold block. I'OR SALE-A THOROUGHLY BROIKEN driving mare, suitable for gentleman's driv ing: with or without buggy and harness; address A 10, this oatli.e FOR SALE-CHEAP OR TRADEFOR PIANO a horse, phaeton and harness. Lady can ride or drive horse. Address . R. Clark, care It. 5. Iale & Co. 1OR SALE-ESTABLISHED MERCANTILE businesswith a large trade. Will trade for improvo~ real estate in Helena. Steele & Clem FOR SALE--Wo0 SHAltER CUMBERLAND ' stock, at a bargain. Address C. E., this F.Ot SALE-A GOOD PAYING FRUIT AND conufctionery business; reasons for selling, wish to o into a more extensive business. Ad dress 1,000, this office. FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT PARLOR SUITE for sale cheap at 736 Sixth avenue. It has been in use three month. and cost when now $225. Oil SALFE-OLD PAPERS AT A BARGAIN Fat this office. FOR SALE--SCHOLARSHIP IN THE MION Stan Business College Cal at this office.. FO1 SALE--SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HEL Sen Busines College. Call at this office. FOR RENT-DWELLINOGS. -+OR BENT--AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Shouse for six months from Nov. 1; will not rent to family having small ehildren- housne i situated in pleasant part of the city. For terms and particulars address V4, this office. TOR iENT-VEIY DESIRABLE RESI donce, nine rooms, on Rodney street, near Sixth avenue. Steele & Clemente. L"Ol RENT-FURNISHED IOUSE, 18 rooms, on Rodney street; steam heat, gas, bath room, all modern conveniences. Steele & Clements. FUORRENT-4-ROOM HOUSE NEAR N. P. - depot; wstr in house, good-sized lot, $12. Wallaco & Thornburgh, Denver building. FiOR RENT-NICE f-ROOM FRAME HOUSE J on Statestreet, $25 per month. Steelo & Clements FOR RENT-$0., FIVE ROOM HOUSE HIGH land street: bath room complete. large clos ets, all modern conveniences. Vallace& Thorn burgh, Denver building. FOR RENT-8-ROOM BRICK HOUSE ON l reckenridge only $25 par month. Steele & Clements. FOR RENT-B-ROOM HOUSE, NINTH AVE. nue: bath, closets and all modern conven iences: $30 per month. V allace & Thornburgh, lenvor building. FOR RENT-NICE 7 ROOM BRICK HOUSE on Henry street near the electric motor. Steele & Cleoments. 1OR1 RENT--$2I, 5ROOM HOUSE WITH stable; Sixth avenue near Raleigh street. Wallace & Thornbnrgh. Denver building. FOR RENT--3-ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON CmEleventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele & Clements. FOBl RENT--7-ROOM HOUSE, NINTH AVE L nue; good neighborhood, house in first class condition, all improvoementel; $25 per umonth, Wallace& Thornburgh, Denver build ing. iOR RENT-SEVERAL RESIDENCES ON .LPeosta avenue in Broadwater addition, for $15 per month, Steele & Clements. "FOR RENT-SIO0. 5-ROOM HOUSE SOUTH R' odney: $12 5-room house, Butte street: $16, 7-room dwelling, Peosta avenan; $16, 5-room dwelling with large barn; $25, 7-room brick bath, etc.: $.5, S-room dwelling, near Central school: $45, 10-room dwelling, centrally located; other housesfor rent at various prices. Mathe son & 'o., 7 Denver block. FtOR RENT--FURNISHED ROOMS, FLOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS - from $7 to $10 per month. 214 North Rod ney street. POR1 RENT'-TWO NICELY FURNISHED 1 rooms wih bath and modern conveniences. 17 South Rotlney. F'Olt RENT--AN ELEGANTLY FURNISIIED room in a desirable location. References required. Address 2. this office. LtOR RENT-FURNISIIED ROOM. 629 1' North Benton avenue. Fi'OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, 4' 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue. TFOR RENT--COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ' rooms at reasonal rates. Iarvoy block, Grand street. Next door totet Ilelena. MONEY TO LOAN. r1'O LOAN-IN SUMS TO SUIT. LOW RATES T of interest. Steele & Clement. O LOAN---$2.500 ON MORTGAGES ON HIEL emna improved property; will loan in several ums,. X. Y. Z., this office,. O LOAN---$15,030 ON IMPROVED BIISINE88 Sropertv, long time. specially low rate. L. It., this olieo. FOR RBNT--5W.OULK0lLAlMO MI FOR REN--UNFURNISH ID ROOMI IN ooperaC housree Steele & Oltment . FOR RE0 NT-ROOM SUITB1LE FOR houekeeoH n~ kIn very convenient location. OR RE·T-SPLRNDID STAND FOR rocery store, corner room, close owest ide. low rent on to I Year' leeae. Wa .k Thornborgh, Denver bnilding. }, OR RFNT-UNFURNISe ED ROOMS AND S partments of All kinds and in desirable locatins, at 4 to 810 per rom, Clld and exam O1RRENirLAu GE LIGHT IG TOHE IN DEN isat belcltrt Fth ever1'e onveniLence. .t, m wlte mde tor ts, water i n store; cod1 teerms will .e mldeto tuhe right part~ev on song ]s,~. 1;l to WCallace & Thornbrht, Denver bulud FORlt ENT--STOR E CLOSE TO MAIN stret splendid bllnes t Iooainn, low rent. Apply to Wllaoe A Thorubnrgh, Denver build OR RENT--LIGHT BASEMENT ON MAIN street; lowrento rabl tenant. Appl to W`allae &Thornbrgh, Denver nuilding. LOST ORRT-EON B POALWAY TAN ORSIXTH avenue ·aslveAr talet ith"PAI,? May Blat, g8r0"enraved on it. Finder loease return to U. 3. Haire. at Wallace A Thornborgh'a, and re ceive reward. LOST-AB SMALL AY MARE, WHIlE R SPYN in face, hind feet white branded M on right shoulder. linder please retnrn to residence of S. T. Hauser and receive reward. New Sioux City Boute. Passengers for the East from Helena and other Western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIS CENTRAL R. N. not only desirable a to time and eqnipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through BSioux City the only Corn Palace City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowal Rockford. Illinois, a new manufaoctring city, that has become a "world within it self," and Chicago, whose growth and en terprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pallman Pal ace.Sleeping Cars on every train between Sionx Oity and Chioago, and with'olose eon nection with the UNION PAOIFIO trains at SBionx ity, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R, R,, respetfuilly presents its claims for the new rnd every way desirable BIOUX OITr ROUTE. For folders and further partioulars all upon loal ticket agent, or address the an. dsElind at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERBRY. AOs'L Gen Pass. Able TN THE DISTRICT UOURT OF THE 'IBST Judicial District of the State of Montana. in ald for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the oetate and guardianship of unlta Ktenck, minor. a r to show oauee why order of sale of real ea. tote eould nwt be made. it paring to the said court by the petition t i ,.eented and filed by Louis Stadler of the person and estate of Augusta d e peying for an order of sale of real o0 e,d t it' neressary to ell all the in tareate ofed minor in the Alicelode, the niuffalo lode, the Cav ugih lode, the Adam lode, the A .esta lode. Jtai lode and the Mulgrew o, the am s inog mininp claims, for the pur Doseoa .t forth in slnd etition. it is therefore ordie be said court, that all persons interested in the estate of said minor, appear before e saelid district court on Satur day, the 5th day of AuteAbor. A. D. 1891, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon ef said day. in the court root of dpartmnent number two of said district court, at the court house ih the said conunty o lewis and clarke, to show cauoe why an order of ao etould not be grantee to the said guardian. to Cell the interest of said minor i said mining claims. And that a coe of this order be published at least three suoeiaive weeks in Tite Helena Daily deendent, a newspaper printed and pub lished in said ceuty. Dated August 5, 1891. HORACE R. BUCK, (Seal I District Jludge, A true cop. Attest: JOhN BEAN, Clerk. ly H. J. CASEDY, Deputy. ADMINISTRATOI'S SALE-tUNI)DR THE anthority of an order andl decree of the dis trict court for Lewis and ('larke county, state of Montana, 1 will cell at a public auc tion to the highest bidder for oash in hand, at the residence of Mrs. Mary McCarter, widow of Alfred McCarter. de ceased, in Helena. of said county and stEw on the 15thday of Anuuet, A. D). 189,. coummrn:inq at two o'clock p. m., all lumber, sash. doore, tool chet. monuldings, etc.. All croditurs and build tug contractors invited to attend. J. L, LADINIERE, Administrator for A. McCarter, deceaed. ANNUALj itJTING--THE ANNUAL MEE inn of.sockholdersof the Helena Lumber Compaun for the election of o, cars and the trarsaction o suech other businoess as may prop erly come b-foro the meting will be held at the ofice of said cumoeny. IBUO Lyndalg avenue, in the city of Helena, ont., on lhursday, Afg. 0, 18.1. at 12 o'clock m. W. Bii. MORRIISON. Secretary.