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to meet him but he oau e not. The tor thinks he changed his mind when harned that there was a warrant out for arret. Receiver Filkins, of the insol vent concern, to-day demanded and re ceived from the postmaster all letters ad dressed to it which have been received -ince Mortimer's disappearance. They are supposed to contain remittances which will he rets.ned to the senders, SOURROW AND REGREtT. Expressed by Eminent Persos. at the Death of Lowell WAasnmoxTO, Aug. 18.-Acting Secretary of State Wharton received through the British minister at this city the following telegram from Marquis Salisbury: "Tbhe queen desires to express her sorrow and re gret at the news which has just reached this coantry of Lowell's death." Sir Julian Paunoefote requested that this telegram be laid before the president and by his direc tion a copy was immediately transmitted to the family of deceased. Wharton, in answer to hir Julian's telegram, wrote as follows: "'The president directs me to ao knowledge receipt, through you, of the telegram from Marquis Salisbury convey ing the queen's condolences on the death oi Lowell, and to convey an expression of the president's appreciation of her majes ty's sympathetic message." Moutnesd not Less Abroad. Lonmos, Aug. 13.-The Times says: "The death of James Russell Lowell will proba bly be more keenly and widely felt in Eng land than would be that of any other American or indeed any man not a fellow countryman. With his desth there passes into history a really remnarkable mind whose reputation will grow with time. Cor rupt politicians hated him, but he goes to the grave mourned by all that is best in America and amid the heartfelt regard and admiration of England." The Standard says: "America may claim the distinction of his birth, but his fame belorgs to the wide republic speaking the English tongue." The Daily News says: "James Russell Lowell will be lamented'in England not less than America. He was ever a fighter and always on the side of truth, honesty, justice, freedom, mercy and peace." All other London morning newspapers contain most favorable comments on his life and character and long obituary no tices. Many telegrams from Englishmen promi nent in literature, dramatic and other walks of life are being received in the city ex pressing sorrow and dern regret at the death of Lowell. Among the telegrams so re ceived is one from Lord Tennyson, the aged poet, who was a close friend of Lowell, and the latter's death affected him greatly. Lord Tennyson's message says: "England and America will mourn Lowell's death. They loved him and he loved them. Pray exuress for myself and mine our sincerest sympathy with Lowell's family." Concerning Lowell's death, Bret Harte has written as follows: "t o my pride as an Ame: can, in frank admiration and liv ing appreciation of Lowell's mntellect and character. I have to add my own expression of sorrow at the loss of one of the most fastidious and cultivated professors in my calling and one of its gentlest yet manliest critics." Honored by Contemporarles. Secretary Blaine, when informed of the death of James Russell Lowell, expressed his deepest sorrow. When asked if he would not make some statement of Low ell's career as a diplomatist, he declined to do so at this time. Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes was very much affected by the deathof his life-long friend, James Russell Lowell, although, as he says, he had known it was coming for a long: time. John Greenleaf Whittier was much shocked to hear of Lowell's death. "Too bad, too bad," he said. "It is indeed a great loss to American letters and to the world." Present a Solid Front. BALTrMORE, Md., Aug. 13.-To-day's ses sion of the Farmers' alliance was taken up with routine work and two addresses by President Polk, who among other things said: "For the twenty-five years I have been in public life I never found myself fighting in the front rank of God's noble men until I struck the Farmers' alliance. Let nus stand by our principles until the last man falls in the ficht, and then volun teers will come up and take our places. Men, citizens, farmers, stand together for every principle of our organization and glorious triumph awaits us. They have told us there would be division in our ranks at the polls. They who proclaim divisions do not know us. There is no division. We do not know what they are, thank God, and In that spirit will proclaim and fight for the triumph of our principles." Ills Medicine Not Fatal. NEW Yoax, Aug. 13.-For some time past advertisements of the "Institute of Euro pean Staff Physicians" bave appeared in German papers, goaranteeing quickly to cure all ills of both sexes, lack of money being no barrier to treatmint. Germans flocked to the institute bjv tLe hundreds, finding one Dr. Beekman, who styled him self president of the assoclation. - In every case he administered "a colored fluid and tweet pills." Complaints of extortion have been made and he was arrested and con feased that he is no phyaician, but had for merly been a doctor's servnt in the Ger man army. An analysis of his medicines shows them to be bread rills cud a solution of salts. Beekman said his treatment would kill no more than that of the regular physicians. He was held to the grand jury in $1,000 bail. Spilled Muarh 'lWheat. MINNEArPOLs. Aun'. :1.-'T'bompson's Feed mill was crushed to-ni,,ht by the bursting out of the adj,.iniS wlrlof theStar elevator under the enormous prosure of wheat. 'hompson's loss is 3'40011. That of the elevator comparny is $23,05.l. tixty thous and bushels of vlwheit wore let out of the elevator. 1'o one was hurt. j mv'.sP~rr.,.m .., . . SAKR FIRST BAY'S SALES AMOUNTEB TO $9,450. * 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 TI HE MIARKETS. FTOCKl. Nlw Tonea. August IL-Bar slver. r9Lea Copper--Nominal. Lead--Steady; domestic. $1 45. The stook market to-day displayed a firm anc strong tone, which but for the influence of Unior Paifile might have been the eease of material improvement in prices. The market during tht last few dt ys his shown an unmistakable dispo. sition to break away from Union l'acifio and as eirtions are not wanting that the attack upon Union l'ac.,io was entirely for the purpoeo ci picking up storks in other directions. Union 'Paifio to-day was still the most conspircuou figure in the market, but traneactions were on a much smaller seale than during the last few days. Atchison, St. Pasul and tSock leaund were features of the trading. hut the remainder of tilhe market showed no animation. It finally closed quiet and firm, generally at small fractions better than last night's figures. Governmentse- - tea ly. retroleonn-- Closing at 6f4o. Closing Closing Ui. S 4s reg......titi Northtwestornproef.18 U. h. 4e cotspol .. . lt s tew York Central. ilt U. S. 4!is reg..... i0tI Oregon t.p...... 14 U.8. '. is coupon..lt)tt Oregon Nat....... 60 Paciflo si..........O 110 ortln American... 12 Athirson.......... 333s l'acilic Mail....... $2 ('anadla I'ac....... 82t Heading........... 2754 t hanada Southern.. 48's tock Island....... 74 tientrat I'acitio ... : t i tit. Paul.......... 63 Barlington ....... ft. Panl& Omasha 24 Dl. ck....... J34l4 oxas Paciie...... 1134h 1) & . G(., prof.. 41 Unioui Pacific..... 4! Erie ............... U. . Express..... 51 Kansas & Texas... l_'r largo Expreos.... 38 Larks Dhore ..... 8tt 6 Ye tern Union.... 7to14 Isvhlo r Nah..... t 6il Anueri. tiuttonOil. 20 Michigan 'entral. tilt lTerminal.......... 1114 Misorttri Pacifi$... titt. Oregon Short Line 21 Northtern Pacitic.. 228s It. it. Western.... 63 N. I. prof......... 61- Rt. t. W. lets..... 741 . Northwestern .....106ts i.G.W. prof...... . 5 Money on raIl easy; closed offered at 2 per o rut. 'rinme mercantile paper o5tl7l6; Strliug exc tango steady: sixty-day billas $4.84, demandto, $4.8tL. CtICAGO PRODUCE. Cnwrucn. Aug. 13.--('loe--Whetet. weak; cashe sot.0: Soptermber , .ls0,$ 8ttc; )tecemler, Fs5ec. Cern--easier; cash. tIto: September. ISlu. ()es--E.s; crash. 275,: Miay, lilac. lBarley Nominal: 8646ltc. Pork--l)emoralized: eash, $1t87r1: October. $10 W. Lard-Dnll; cash, $.,50.6.52 js October $6 ti7.y. Short clear--7.i5l'7.25. Shoulders $s6.`2045.25. Short ri -$6.5,I4t 6.60,. C(III'CAGO CATTLE. CrctAtnO. Anug. l:t.-Cattle-Ree.ipts. 10.000: fairly setiee: steady to shale stronger; prime to chtice steers, $l.li. 1Ot.2t5; no extra steers onalso; good to useful steors. v$1.8iw.50; Texans, $2.25 rC2.75; Westerns. 2.t.i,5.5.40. eHoge--iisctiptal 1Ii.t0l; fair demantd; steady to t ronger; rougth and colmmon, O $4 .2 .l4.80; mixed and ptckers, $email@example.com: prime heavy and butchers' weighto., $5F.405.50; prime light, $5....O15?.i: grssere, 8$4.501l4.5 iteeo- lieceipte, 5.ili0: fairly active, steady: wone. :it..5t4.50 mixed and wethers. $4.80(5.25; Texanso, $3.85ii .0: westerns, 5$4.15. N O'l 1(IT 'Tt ('ONTlIAcTORsS-SEAIN D BIDS will be received by the city clerk at his office until 12, noon, Algust i28 1891. for the erection of a hose hOitso in the XSovnth ward, corner Breck enridgse ad i:aleigl. Plane, contract and speci ficatienu can eh inspected at, the office of the in pctesr of buildings, roomn 31 Pittsburgh block. The city reserves the right to reject sAy and all bids. 'this notice is given in behalf of the com mittee on public buildings, duly entrusted by tie council with the said constnetCton. ARTHURl J. CRAVEN. (City Clerk. hDMINISTRATOR'I n ALE-UNIDEIi THE aunthority of an order and decree of the dis tre;t court for l.ewis and (larke county. stats of Montana, I will sell at a public auc ioen to the highest bidder fcr cash in tand, at the residence of Mrs. Mary nMcdarter, widow of Alfred MoCarter. de ceased, in Helena. of said county and .rtales on the 15th day of August, A. D. 18f1, commencing at two o'ctock p. m.. all lumber. sash. doors, toot chest, mouldings, etc., All creditors and build ing contractors invited to attend. J.. L LADPIERE. Administrator for A. McCarter. deceased. N.OTICEOF SPECIAL ELECTION IN TIll' First Ward-Notice is Iherehy iven that on Monday, the 17th day or Anr.net, 191, there will be a special election in the fcr t ward of thl, city of Ielsas fir the purlorse of electing one alderman to 1ill the vacancy canused by the resig nation of Alderman ('onellsy. The fetlowing places in said ward have blen lesignated for holding said etections: In the first irecinct at honre namonered 215 on Stnte street. between Warren and Ewing streets; ftor second precinct, at the marshal's office in the Vity hall. The polls will be opened at nine o'clock a. sn. and closed at seven o clock p. m. The juodges of election hrrctofsre s-:rst:sd by the ctttril for saih pres'lxct will alrs act as reietI o . r If elec. tis.n.sad an such will meet at the pnt(on abovet detsignatad in 'ete" reoseetive precittets on lhurdny., n.stal I.t, 1P1, a. one o'clock p. min., and remain in sesnnon .s provided by tIhe orlli. nances of the city, for the pnrpo-a of revisin. correct;ng and ao '.letolg the rezistrv lists t) the last annual c;ty ose ion for their said ses eo-. tive proeinots, at wTh:rl ti im ar:d IplicO all ele, tors of the reepective procints whCse names dt not apea. on the r cgistry li.t ftr said last an noal election are hereb7 notinced to appear anti see that their cameos are properly regintered. I)ited August 8, l4lti. By order of the city council, ISseall AI'IHUI J. ('RAVEIN, City Clerk. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST - Judicial Distriot of the Stato of Muntana in and for the count. of Lewis and ('lark.. In tlh matte: on the estate and guardianship of iHenry Iseck. a minor. Ordir to show canne why order of sa'e of reai sutae should not he made. It appearing to the s do court by the peti iol this dtyr presented and zuled by Louis.t..toer. goPnuditn of the person and estlto of Henry KenonL, minor, prainn for an order of 'air .f real estate. that it to erecrsar, to eli the iaere't of eaid mine in the Alire odle. the R.tlol' I'rde, the tuavcnasag lode, the ,dam losi, the Augusta lode, the Ja ia lode acd tle hIulgrew lodo, tie eam, hbesttu muoing r.aims. for the pnrposes set torth in saiel petition. ,it is thereforre ordered by the as'd oourt, that all persos intore~t:rl in th:u estate of aidrt ninor atppear bofre tihe said dletriot court. on rat..r d~y. the fillth day of ~syteuter. A. D.. 181l. t 10 o'clock in the foreoon of said day, in thu coitrt re, in of department number two of said dint rit oolrt. at the court ho It in the said ollntlly of Lewis and Clark',, to slhwe iai'e wiy an ord'r of save .rh'ild trot be t',ra:tad to the said ouardi.n, to seil tis interest of said minor in said mining claims: And flint a copy of this order he pnblhhild. at least, three se;oeeasive weeks in Tie Helena ltaiy i dcp-ndont, a newspaper printed au-t publ ishe i ill ci: ooun.ty. D)a'Oit August I, ilttl. [itall I ACE R. BUCK, [Seal Distriot Judge. A Iris copy. Atteslt: JOHN Bl.'A. Clerk. Hy It. J. Cutioj., DCe ... WKLP WVILA) y! r11) .sework, Apply 1 viz . Sokt, six waiters an nanbrman lHEL.P 4VINTI D-Y AL ' larw for ft. d 4l; one lor e Untrv Al 14tl awemieren. 0 maee wealter #s ranoshtman. i eight r meehmen, 4 . i..3m W NiD A.l-- No. 1Cti-ACtMAN. A*iRL " tS ts. lnsh deby 6 t.$) ebohrn avdtinre, S'ANTI'R--TWO YOUNG MEN WiTH E. news oleir N. P. depot. . -l I, LPI WANTED-MIgOCELtLAN o.. Wc ANT1D--('HANDEcR WANTS MAeN AIND S wi; man must be a blacksmlth. SITUATIONS WANTElD--IEMI ALi1. Advertisements under this head thre times FREE. ITUATION WANTED--BY YOUNG NOIt wegl girl to do second work. Addre ssor call tl11 Park avenle. QITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNe LADY SITUATION WANTED-Ah COOK IN AGBEN. rtlemsn's private family; nhderstands cook ing every way: is a firet-glass baker and butter maker: would also do general hoousework: apply| to 18'21 Helena avenue, opposite Dufl's. .ustairs. QITUATION WANTIED-BY A YOUNOG GRL; kgdneral housework; small family preferred. Call at or address 313 Jackson street. SITUATION WANTED--TO DO A ERITAL housework. 2o Raleirh street. SITUATION WANTED-TO DO CHAMBER Iwork. Apply '20 aleigh street. ITUATION WANTED--TO DO QENERAL housework. tall or addred~ No. 20 Raleigh stroet. SITUATIONS WANTED--MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE ITUATION WANTED--AS CLERK OR TRAY cling salesman. References, etc., furnished. Addres 11h. 1. this office. ITUIATION WANTEID--('ARPENTER. CITY or country, good worker; address "Carpen ter," this otlco. MIIISCLLANEOUa. TANTED--FRESH JERSEY COW. APPLY at C. Lohman's store, National avenue. TO EXCHANGE--19 IiOOMS NICE.LY FURi nished, in best location in town; in exchargo for unimproved real estate. Apply room 21 Bailey block. WtTANTED - CHILDREN UNDEII FIVE years of age to board. i531 Sixth avenue. WANTED--A TNANT FORl ONE OF THE bWst room buildings in Itelena. For terms end particulars audress (' 20 this office. V1TANTED--80to 110 ACRES OF 4OOD )HAY landl: pries most be low and land near Helena. Wui. lluth. I'AN'tED-A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF tho finesttrosidence sites on west side: price low for cash. WVm. Moth. rIIANTE)--W1LL BUY A SMALL HOUSE Son west sideon.iustallment- plan, if sold at 1'ANTED-CONTRACTS TO ERECT FlrST clawa dwellints, stores and officenbuildings. We are completely eqoipped to do all kindr of I.nilding at bed-rock fiuores. Wallace $ Thorn burgh, Denver building. WANTFD-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF inside property: just the thing for a row of ate: close to Mri street. Wm. Moth. WANTED-A TRADER WHO WANTS A ranch in exchange for business property. Wm. Mlth. SANTED-TO TRADE 8) ACRES NEAR Great Falls for Helena property. Steele & Clements. W ANTED--I,00 SIARES BALD BUTTE. State price. Addreess L. C., this ofioo, W ANTED--PARTNERIHAVING $5.tOt.ASH to take up a mining deal; will bear loe. oeat investigation. Address C. E., this office. W ANTED--A 1UYER FR FO A PLTTED tract of the best residence psoperty on west sitde; price way.down; half cash, balancein one year. Wm. Moth, agent. WVANTED-TO TRADE A 9-ROOM HOUSE on easl side, hardwood floor andi finish, bath, furnace. all modern conveniences, for un improved property, or will sell equity for $5,000. Steele & Clemcnts. AVANTED--PRESENT AIDRESS OF MAR cus B. Boorman. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. WANTED--A WELL DEVELOPED MINE, free milling gold ore Ieroforred; price bass: on developments. Wm. Muth, agent. EX!'IIANtGEWILL TRADE A NEW EIIHT room bosnee for unimproved clear lots or acreage: or will sell coulty for $1,750; balance in twe ears at eight per cent. Addrcse Exchange, box 151. ANTED-5,000 YOUNG SHIEEP NEX r SUM msr for lahroe years on shares; half wool and increas; parties have experience, buildings, water and hay. Address W H. Standish, State'. Attorney, Laxkota, North Dakota. BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED. FOR IRENT-217 EIGHTH AVENUE; PLEAS ant rooms with first-class table board. F(" l. :NT--IROOO IN PRIVATE FAMILY with hoard at 505 Ewing street. L O ,t BNT--TIIHEE FURNISHED ROOMS with or without board, No. 19 North Benton avenue. S'On RENT--NICELY FURNISIHED ROOMS ' ith board, at 58 outh Rodney street. OARD-FIRST-I'LASS BOARD 30 PER Sweeok. 119 lodney street. VANTED-TWO YOUNG GENTLEMEN room and bcard $26 per month. No. 20y Fifth avenne. MONEY TO LOAN. 'O LOAN -IN SUMS TO SUIT. LOW RATES of interest. Steele & Clement. TF'O LOAN--$2.t00 ON MORTGIAGO S ON IIEL ena improved prot,.rtl; will loan in several sumsa X. h. ., this office.,. O LOAN --$15,0)0 ON IMPROtVEI BUSINElS L rroporty, long time, specially low rate. L. IL, this oflice. FOR SALU--RUAL B8TATU. F 0,roomai aehom, fored collar, Vr nate, an node yr Prlo and terms non ap pllcatioa. Call duc see. TOR 8ALE-45,000, u50ot4g F T, 6-ROOr n $8,5l10, 75xl0 oeit eroom rton houo, on i eon avenne; $R,. l, '40xl1! toot, d-rMom ame houe, eor.er, on (Chmn.r etr8ett 1.,500, 40=ll1l fe. 0-room frame housse on Cr haucr strent. It d. I ranch i C'. F'OR SALE-l-R1OOM IEtBlI)EN('E ON WVEST aide, bath room. welt nilsed, $1.,0 cuash, balance to suit. bteele & t(iemsnts. FOR HAL:--$3,E00, z!u0 8-BOOM BRICK, rcollar, watr, te, e n lalelgn lstreet; $1,;1 42*8. 0-room brick, collar, water, etc.. on tliat olih strel^et S.a.,, lOvxOA fret, A-room frame house, on Hauser bju:oe<ar; 84.O00, 4ux100 ftet, I-room frame house on broadway. E. t. trench & t('o. FOR NAlo'E- ,:0tl0 FEET ON LYNDALE AVF one at a bargain; terms to ualt. Steele & Clements. FOR 0 ALE-l:EOIENCE tON WENT SIDE, close to busines. center, largo lot, east front, very desirable tome. toeele ('lemoents. FORI SALE-$3,20o FINE NEW O I-ROOM Sframe dwelling, bath room complete, only 8 minutes' walk from Main streetn: terms easy. Wallace & Thornburgh. Denver building. FORt SALE-TIlE ONLY CHANCE, OF THE kindl $2.100 will buy a 6-room frame dwell ing complete; intending purchaser ran have poe session toree months by psling $25 per month rent; elould he then purchaao tihe amount paid as rent will be credited on account of Iprehanoe price: balance in installments to "salt. W'allace 'Thornhurgh. DIenver building. .tOR 8ALE--$O,5M0 O A FINE 4-eOOeM HOUSE in Flower Gardonaddition, close to N. P. depot;small cash payment, easy terms for tAl anca. Wallace & ' hornbnrgh. Denver building. tOR BALE-8-ROOM ANI) BATH BRICK " dwelling, $5,000; I-room brick dwelling, Eleventh avenne, $2,110: 4-room frame dwelling. $1,400; l-room frame dwelling. 82.250; 7-room and bath. frame dwelling, splendid location. $4,000. Any of these can be purchased for 10 per oent. casu, balance on time. Wallace & Ihornburgh, Denver bui(ling. FOR SALE-CHOICE CORNEBIS AND IN. s' ide lote in Lenox at front $14 to $20 per foot: also bargains in Floweree, Easterly Blake. Beattie. Flower tiarden and Horshfiold additions. Examine our lists. WVallace & Thornburgh, De.ver building. OR SALE--S1,300, FINE LOT ON DAVIS 1 street. below Twelfth avenue, 50x140 feet; art payment in cash, Iblance at 8 per cent. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver building. }thOR SALE--St FEET FRON5I'AIE ON Broadway. in IBlake addition. snlendid build ing site, :4,10; terms to suit. Wallace & Thorn burgh, benver building. FOIISALE-CORINER LOT. 110x150, on best residence street In the city; full view of the east side and valley. Address box 777, city postoflice. 'OR SALE--FOR $3C0 GOOD BUILDING F lot 50x150 on tooth end of Rodney street; address box 777, city postoilco. OR SALE:-4-ROOM COTTAGE AND CLOS 1 ets. pantry, collar, and water in tihe yard: lot 25x100 to 11 foot alloy, price, :1.400. original cost: proseat. owner will rent the place for 6 or 11 moutths and deduct the rent from down payment; terms very easy. Inquire at premises, 21 bouth Holack street. F1OR SALE--AT A ItARGAIN-50 FEET ON SBroadway near Hoback: easy terms. Ad lress postolice box 26, Helena. IfOR.-.ALE-TWO LOTS. NO. 1 AND I block 45. Lyndelo avenue, will be sold by auction on Aug. 1., 1891, to the highest bidder. Mrs. E. J. MoNeil;. F OR BALE-FINE 8-ROOM BRICK RESI ' dence on went side, only two blocks from Main street, fronts on two streets: very cheap Steele & Clements. Full BALE-NICE 7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE on Eleventh avenue near Rodney. Steele & ('lements. JORBSALE-DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS on Boulder avenue, within a block of Hele na and Montana avenues; $500 each. Matheson & Co , 7 Denver block, FOH SALE-TWENTY-E1GII'r LOTS IN Easterly addition, at modern prices and very easy terms. Matheson & Co., 7 L'enver block. OR SALE-- 900 WILL BUY TWO EXCTL lent residence lots in Brosdwater, within two blocks of Blenton avenue. Mathecson & Co.. 7 Denver block. FOR SALE-N EW6-ROOM HO UBSE IN BROAD water addition, only one block from electric motor; small pamoent down, balance Install monte. Steele & Clements. FOR ALE-$500 FOR A CORNE:. LOT, 50 140- in Northern Pacific addition, north front. Matt!eson & Co.. 7 Denver block. F R SALE-INSTALLMENT PLAN-WE have desirable dwellings at various prices, from $1,(09 up; in different parts of the city, for sale on very reasonable terms, a small down pay ment requnired. the balance being payable in monthly or quarterly payments. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. R ROR S.IE--FINE 8-ROOM BRICK IOUSE J on Spencer street, near HRoney, only few minutes from ipotottico, at great bargain. Stuole & Clements. iOR SALEt--$5,000. 40x100 FEET. 9-RO110OM F brick, bath cellar, etc.,gas fixtures, double frontage on two streets. E. S. French & ('o. OR SALE-A GOOD BIUII,DING LOT. 3 5x140 (alley on side) within half a block of lodney street: price $350; on very easy terms. A purchaser building on this lot may have three years time to pay for it. Iatheson & Co., 7 Den ver block. FOR SALF-$.00 WILL BUY A PIECE OF land on upper end of :l;avis street; large enough to build several houses on; a good place for a man who kee!s stock; no, over five minutes walk from Broadway; 1(d0 down, m 25 per month. hlatheson & Co.. 7 uDenver block. 01OIO SALE--JINE NEW 8-R.1(OM tBRIO'K Slhooe, Kenck addition, 2.400; small cash payment, balance on long time. Waiare & 1 horn burgh, Denver builtling. FOR SALI;--rNE OF TIlE FINEST ranc(hes in Montana, 2,0r 0 acres, every acre canbo irrigated anld have abundance of water, tine rang on everysitle, goossl market for every thing produced. gould inmprovements; will tho sold at a great l argain. W. E. Cox. Giold block. Felt LvAI*E---$2.tl, 0x110 oFEIET, 5-1ROOMI flframe house en Eighth avenue; $3,500, 50x140 fist. r-rrorn brisk hiouree on Eighth avenue; |1.100, 42xlO feet. 5-room franme house on !rosad way; .4,2001. 45x1.i0 feel. 5-room brick house. ornoer. Blroadway. 1. . French & 'o. '.( r t SALt--$, PElR FLbONT }OOT FOR lst ltivtire and six, Ilock thlirty-one, Flower Garden .ddliion, iach 50x1!0; only I(n feet from Montana avenue. Mathewon & Co., 7 I)enver block. Full A-LE:--WAREHOUSIIE LOT: IN EL lieton, on N. P. right of way, 9100. Mathe son & Co. Fo oat, R! UA-Sro A .tlt -eatCeon . b0AL. .E-S Bluf re liC house, iotl l termo liei f ronltage Otti o tstes 00tr.r.0, *. Ioi, ltnp fit tt-f 8000f.. zllt . . 5s feho doue f r mo n t ag e , ot n , b u t Olt BSAL,--0. toO UOAS--00AJtANIh Ohtl long time will buy ore or the prettiest p reAldeuse in tlhe weat e eve rooms sonelyp apered, ftrnep.l elttlo 05)1sii iia modern improvemenat lltlful lw, eOl° nre-r. arlarne hoUse. eOn. M inveeo omt.. zwas . ouw heeled Addta Wb.. lc box 1O19. FOR SALE-1,OO1 YKIG T OE DIMEZ D G Ution at a bargain drew C.. aGld b!oeg. OR sALE---$1,800. 25xl! 4-OOM FRAME . o D akota aenulelt l 0, Oxl, -rom frame heuse, Blake street; 4,000, i4?x8 0 u-roombrick on Sixth avenue, teattslet 98,500. pto feest, S-rools brick on Seattle street, E. S. FOR BALE-0MXNSH LLA NEOUO FOR SALE-100 TO 2,00 SHTARpO BALD Butte stol k very low to imnediate pur chaser. hie mine .aid $42,500 dividends in lees than one year. Callquick. 2.000 Iron Mountain t a Largain. R. AB ell. Mining Stock Broker, Atlas block. FOui SAIE--100 TO 2,000 BALD BUTTE I way down. H.A. Bell, Atlas block. OR SALE-C-OOKING SATOVS, DISHES. F` lmpglaawara od kitchen outfit cheep. 214 North Rodney street. J-OR SBALE-40 HIlA D OF IHORSEf YERY 12 cheap W. E. Cox. Gold block. ROW SALE-A THOROUUHLY BIIOKEN driving mars, suitable for gentleman's driv ing; with or without buggy and harness: address A 1, this office. OR SALE-C-HEAP OR TRADE FOR IIANO Sbores, phaseton and harness. Lady can ride or drive horse. Addre F. R. Clark, care B. S. Hale & Co. FOR PALE-ESTABLISHED MERCANTILE ' business with a large trade. Will trade for improved real estate In Iielena. Steele & Clem ents. F OR SALE-00 SHARIES CUMBERLAND stock, at a bargain. Address C. E., this office. FOR SALE-A GOOD PAYING FRUIT AND Sconfrctionory business; reasons for selling. wish to go into a more extensive business. Ad dress 1.000, this office. F OR SALE-AN ELEGANT PARLOR BUITE 1 for sale cheap at 78l Sixth avenue. It has been in use three months, and cost when new b225. FO ll SALE-OLD PAPERS AT A BAROAIN Sat this office. fOR SALE-SCHOLARSHIIIP IN THE ]ION tanBusiness C(ollegeo Call at this office. FOR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HEL en Business College. Callat this office. F01R RElNT-DWELLINGS. FOR IIENT-AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED - house for six months from Nov. 1; will not rent to family having small children house is situated in pleasant part of the city. For terms and particulars address V4. this office. OR RENT--VERY DESIRABLE RESI dence, nine rooms, on Rodney street, near Sixth avenue. Steele & Clements. FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE, 18 rooms, on Rodney street; steam heat, gas, bath room, all modern conveniences. Steele & Clemente FOR RENT---ROOM HOUSE NEAR N. P. depot: water in house, good-slzed lot, $1. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver building. Olt RENT-NICE -ROOM FRAME HOUSE on State street, $25 per month. Steele , 'lements "OR RENT--$o0, FIVE ROOM HOUSE HIGH Sland street; bath room complete. large clos ets. all modern conveniences. Wallace& Thorn burgh, Denver building. LOR RENT-8--ltOM IBRICK HOUSE ON Slremckenridgoonly $25 per month. Steele & Clements. FOt RENT--8-ROOM HOUSE, NINTH AVE. Snue: bath. closets and all modern conven iences; $10 per month. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver building. FOR RENT-NICE 7 ROOM BRICK HOUSE on Henry street near the electric motor. Steele A Clements. V'Ol RENT-S26, 5 ROOM HOUSE WITH stable; Sixth avenue near Raleigh street. Wallace & Thornburgh. Denver building. IOR RENT-6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON Shleventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele & or $15 lement.r month teele FOR ENT-. 7-ROOM HOUEOM HOUSE NINTH AVE nue; good n$1eighb-room house. Butte instre firet ,lass condition, all i'mprove mente ; $25 per donth, Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver bruild ing. OR RENT- FUSEVERAL REISIDENCED ROOS ON Peoota avenue in Broadwater addition, forom $15to ermonth, per monteleh. 2 lement.h FOR RENT-TWO 10 -NICELOO HOU NIS H SOUT !"Rodney" $12. 5-room house, Butte street; $16, 7-room dwelling. Peosta avenue; $t6, 5-room dwellin with largh and m$25dern, -roombriencs.k bath,etc.: $:t5, 9-room dwelling, near Central school" $45, 10-room dwelling, centrally located; other houses for rent at various prices. Mathe son & C'o., 7 Denver block. F2OR RENT--FURNISHEl) ROOM. 42 -OR REiNT--NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS f from $7 to $10 per month. 214 North Rod ney street. FOR RENT--TWO NICELY FURNISHED Srooms wih rbathand mdern conveniences. ORl RENTC-- AN ELOFGANT LY FURNISHER houlderoom. in a desirable location to eference of reqir. . ser and reeivess2. trewis oficard. OR RENT--FURNISIED ROOM, 429 1. North Benton avenue. FOR RENT--NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, F' 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue. r roms at reasonal rate. Harvey block. Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena. LOST - OST--A SMALL BAY MARE. WIl I1E SPOT in face, hind feet white, branda I M on right shoulder, kinder please return to residence of S. T. ltluser and receive reward. llI Il IH II oiner houer. Steele Claenmt O ENld Sbok- D FOP RiENT-BOOMs SUITABLE FOR. WO.I . dodNTRlblo ck. nt o ,- e --al s Loo tme ~ni ears p oninib t loatioe FOR BRNT-SPLW ND1D STAND MOR thonsy Cstore . corner roomt, aloe e oes deubFre ntoa to so ears' loa. Wollc lod Thornbnrgh, Denter buileding. }0OR IIFNT-UNURNISUBED ROOMS AND apartmeats .ol all kin and deirable eL" otions ati to, oper room. Call d am-en or ur list. We lne D e hornb Dener eulri nkgn O. i d and na ab OnR RRNT--LARGE LIGHT STORU IN DEN ver le ding hars o a e convenience, steam Beae.letri lpnts, water in store; oosd term all Be made to the right part'es on long lea.. pp to Wallace & T.ornbnurgh, Denver bUild L'OL IiENT-STORE CLOSE TO MAIN resetree stpendid buines loeation. low rnnt. Apply to *allace & Thornburlh, Denver builld FOR lIENT--LIGHT BASEMENT ON MAIN .street; lowren to desirable tensnt. Apply to Wallace & lhornbnrgh, Denver building. New Sioux City Route. Passengers for the East from Helena and other Western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOI8 CENTRAL I. B. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passinl through Sioux City the only Corn Palaae City of the world Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa Rockford, Illinois, a new manufaoturing 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 Pullman Pal sce;Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chicago, and with close con nention with the UNION PACIFICO trains at Sioux City, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,, respectfualy presents its claims for the new and every way desirable S8IOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particulars call pon local tiocket agent, or address the ua. de-slied at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY., As't. (a Paees. Agt. IN HE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST Judicial District of the State of Montaa in and for the county of Lewis andi Clarke in the matter of tio estate and guardianship of AugUsta Kenolt, miV.r Oterr to show caue bhy order of sale of real ea trae should not he made. . eari to the said crt by the petition thJ lb'y c Jrtented and filed by Loui Stadler, the k~ds.?of the persoeen and estate of August Kenoi, minor, praying for an order of sale of real eatt, that it i nscoesary to Esll all the in f iest of s.id miner in the Aliclode. the Buffalo odi, the Car~andtugh lode, the Adam lode, the Augueta iodt, the Julia lodte and the M.ulgrew !ode,~Se same bein mining claims, for the pur poses BehRort. In said petition. Itj ij'therefore ordere.l by said oourt. that all porons intorested in the estate of said minor, pear bheforo the said district couart on batur :iay, the 5h day of .eptember, A. D. 1891, at 10 ,'cli c': in the foreno:,n of said day, in the court row of department number two of said dis.ri.t curt, at the ourt hosse in the aeid county of Lwis and Clarke, to show oanso why an order of 'ale should not be g.anted to the said guardian. to sell the interest of said minor in soid mining .:limss. And that a copy of this order be published at lo0at three successive weeks in The Helena Daly rlodrendent, a newspaper printed and phb ,iehed in said county. tated Angust 5, 1891. HORACE 1. BUCK, ISeal I District Judge. . true copy. Attest: .IOtiel B.AN. Clerk. Iy II. J. CASEDY, Deputy. STOCKHOLDEFSS MEETING-OFFICE OF 5the Jereoy cane Mining company. room No. I. Power building. T'he annual meeting of the stockholderr of the Tarey Hitue Mling company will be held in the offie cf the eomnany room No. I, Power build ing. in ihe city of Helena, Montana, on Tuesday, September 1, 1891. at four o'clock p. m., for the election of seven troustees, to serve durtin the enuileg year, and the transaction of soch other business as may properly come before said meet ing. J. O. HUDNIU':TP. BARNARD BROWN, President. SCcrotary. Helena. Mont.. Aug. 2, 18i1. T L. SMITH, , Freight and Transfer Lne, I HELENA, MONTANA. All ktnds of merchandise and other freights; including ores, promptly transferred from the oepet. Orders will receive prompt attention. DrIOz--At J. Feldberg's Stoteand at the Depot.