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'at the Union Pacific have assented to the
i.. ,plan for extending the debt by the issue of notes for three years, and the board of di rectos of the company to-day passed the ne eeeary resolution to put that into effect. It is roposed to tasse suffloient three-year six per cent. notes to retire the entire float ing debt of the company. J. Pierepont Morgan, Edward King, John A. Stewart, Alexander Orr and Frederick L. Ames were appointed a committee to represent the creditors in the settlement of the matter. THREE RICH STAKES. That Have Been Won by Marcus Daly's Ho..es This Season. Caroaoo, Aug. 18.-Marons Daly,the Mlon tana copper king and horseman, is in luck this season, says the Chicago Horseman. He breads and races both runners and trot ters. iHel trotting stable is on the grand circuit in charge of "Andy" MocDowell, and its stars are Yolo Maid and Prodigal, the brother to patron. His race horses are at Morris Park with Matthew Byrnes, the former trainer for Daly's partner, J. B. Haggin, and one of the best thoroughbred conditioners on the turf. Both stables are winning winter oats. The richest of the two-year-old spring stakes was the Great Eclitse, worth $24,.2~0. Mr. Daly had two in that race-Sir Matthew and Tammany, the latter a rank outsider in'the betting, but he won easily. On Tuesday another of the great two-year-old prizes, the Junior Champion, was run, its value being about $24,000. The Daly stable started three and the betting was ten to one against the lot. The good colt Merry Mon arch was properly the favorite, but before half a mile was run he was done for. York town Belle, another favorite candidate, was naturally not in it. She is trained by that Mr. Allen, who exhausted even the patience of that phenomenal patient man, the late Senator Hearst. The good Tremont colt Dagenet led in the last quarter, but it was Sir Matthew's day to earn his board in the copper king's stable, and he beat Dagonet on the post by a head, thus turning over $24,000 to his credit in the Daly accounts. The fast colt Bashford, who ran so well at Washington Park, justified his western form, being only a neck away at the finish. The Daly stable has not won many races in the east, but with one of $24,000 to the credit of Sir Matthew, one of $24,000 to the credit of Tammany, and one of $17,000 to the credit of Montana Mr. Daly has every reason to be pleased with his success on the turf. The junior champion is an unfortunate race for faverites, and, as the New York tribune remarks, it has seldom fallen to a the best two-year-old of his year. Strath- e meath won it in 1890, with Potomaco third, 5 yet Potomac was the real champion of the year. In 1889 it was captured by a fourth elass colt, Protection, in deep mud. The year before Proctor Knott was first, with a the mighty Salvator third. Recall the f amazing success of Kingfish. There were a dozen better two-year-olds in training than Kingfish, but by astonishing good lnouk and r some of the most adroit riding ever seen on an American course James MoLaughlin 0 gained the prize with the Dwyer colt at n odds of twenty-five to one against him. F Sir Matthew is a much better colt than was ever Protection or Kingfish, and probably better than Strathmeath, but no one will consider him the champion of the two-year-. olds until he defeats His Highness and St. Florian when all three are in the best con dition. Seeking Emancipation. ST. Lours, Aug. 18.-The executive com mittee appointed by the Fort Worth Farm. ers' alliance convention has issued a cir eular to the "members of the Farmers' alliance and Industrial union and to the farmers and laborers of the United States" calling a convention in St. Louis, Sept. 15 next. The convention is called in accord ance with a resolution passed at the Fort Worth meeting in opposition to the sub treasury plan. This effort on the part of the conservative members and real farmers is in order to emancipate the Farmers' alli ance from the control of scheming poli ticians. trelterated the Clncinnati Platform. DALLAS, Tex., Aug. 18.-The first Texas state convention of the people's party con vened here to-day with 100 delegates pres ent. The convention declared in favor of the alien land laws recently passed by the legislature, and adopted the Cincinnati platform. Mhr. Charles Smith, of Jimes. Ohio. writes, I have used every remedy for sick headache I could hear of for the past fifteen years,. but ('ar ter's Little Liver Pills did me more good than alt the rest. Important * -TO """ GAS .CONSUMERS! AN ASSORTMENT OF THE BEST GAS COOKING STOVES AND RANGES CAN BE FOUND AT GAS COMPANY'S OFFICE. Housekeepers can best appreciate the value of using Gas fuel by practical demonstration. To cook by Gas reduces the labor and discomfort of preparing food to a minimum, and also makes cookery a positive delight, as well as a pleasant means of practicing economy. TRY A GAS COOK STOVE this warm weather, and be convinced of our assertions. For rates and further information apply at GAS CO.'S OFFICE. FIRST DAY'S SALES AMOUNTED TO $9,450. LA R 1112 *E Contracts Made for the Erection of a 3O-Room Hotel and a General Store. Railroad Will be in Operation to Barker Aug. 15. Buy at First List price Before August 10, *hen 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 Inlbrmation Call on JAS. P. PORTER. Power Block, Helena SN'sw Yong. August 18.--Itar aliver. 98%o. Copper-Steady: lake August, $12.00. r lirad--Steady; domestic. $4 47'1. The stock market to-day was again strong and active with an unmistakable broadening tendon cy. Materially higher figurce were reached I. 1 everything on the list. Atchison was again the leader in activity. Western operators confined themselves entirely to western stocks and Inter cat in the movenments of grangers was reater than in any other group of stocks in the list. Chicago (as was erpeolally strong. After the announcement of the arrangement by which the floating debt of the Un on Pacific is to be taken care of there was a selling movement In that k stock and prices ieolded all along the lire, the last hour being marked by a steady, thongh slow declitng, Closent steady, prices slightly lower than last evening. Governments -Hteady. Petrolotm -Closing at IOt'ce. Closing ('losing U. S. 4e rer ...... 1lt Wt Northwetrstrn prof.l34 SU. S. 4s coluplon....l i N.Y. ('Cntral ...... l ) IU. S. 458 rMg -...I(X)n Oregon 'ntot.... :2 tU.S.4t 4 ootipou..100l Oregon Nay....... (il Pacifclne .........ll0 lNorth Amoerican... 14 Atchison.......... 361 Pacifti Mail....... 341 'aeada Pao ....... Et.- Heading........... 2%Vj Canada Soutthern.. 5tl, hlock Islatnd....... itl C'entral Pacific.... L1i3 nt. Psul ......... 67'1 Burlington ....... 10% it. Patul Omahnl . 2t1'4 Del. & Lack... .. l eoneas Pacific...... 12Po i rD &, O. prof.. 42% Union l'aciic..... Gin, Erie ............... . S. Epress..... 8 Kans.M Texas.... 143 'argo Exressn.... LakeShore ..... l.o ie.iero Unibon.... n. L'ville & Nash.... . 7t1 Ameri. 'otton Oil. 2t Mlichigan Central. irt Terminal.......... t. Missouri Pacitic... 6NiN Oregon Short Line 2i4' Northern 'Pacitic.. 24% h. (i. Western.... .11 N. P. prof. tit. It. (i.W. pref...... ti8' Northwestern ..... 108u it. (4. W. letas..... 74! Money on call easy; closed offered at 26; per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5%@7!.. Sterling exchange weak; sixty-day bills $4.83 demand. $4o.85.. CHICAGO PRODUCIu. CrArckoo. Aug. 18.-Close-Wheet. easy; cash, $1.01. Septemlber. $1.0il)1; December, ...12,it 1.12%. Corn--Firm; cash. 67.o;: September. 65%ec. Onts-Steadly; cash 2i4e:; September, 280 c. Pork--Steady: cash, $10.12%,. Lard--Steady: neh, $6.57 ,.6. W. live--Quiet: ..I6. Barloey-Nominal; 65c. Short clear-$7.200+7. 1. thort ribe-Stteady;: $i.606.65. Shoulders-$6.2O20t6.25. ('CIIICAGO CA'PTl[,F CarcA.ico. Aug. 18.-Cattle--leeipts. 7,000; slow, steady: top prices for natives, $5.00('5.30; others $4.25@4;15; common and medium, $1.10 @3.25. Hogs-Receipts, 12,000:; market fairly active. opening shade stronger: loteed easier: rough and common, $4.50 4~.It:i minaed and packers, $5.103 51.40: prime heavy antd butclhers' weights, $5.500) 5.00; prime light. $5.70;5.80; gras.Cer.. $4.o0 Sheep-Teceipts, 5,000; active: sheep steady, lambs highler: native ewes, $3.5014.50: mixed and wethers, $4.700:5.25; westerns, $4.15t4.25; feeders. $J.75. WOOL PnILADEtPItIA,"Aug, 18.-Wool-Demand good; prices steadly and unchanged. BOSTON. Ang. l&--Wool-Demand good; terri ory wools active; 60c for tine; 55@58c for fine medium; 50155 for medium. 'T'exas, California and Oregon selling fairly on about name basis as territory. Australia firm. 4=,6 :Ming's Opera House 4 J. C. REMINGTON, MANAGER. º NEXT - MONDAY - and( TUESDAY, U G 4 "'The Rustler" is well named. It is fresh, -sarkling, and uproarionsly fnny. The Boston Theatre was literally packed last night. "--Bo9 ton (tilbbe, March 3, 18:11. THE ONLY NOVELTY IN SIGHT I Davisand Keogh's Famous Fabric of Fun. Musi and Movement--the Undisputed Auto crat of Farce Comedy. "*º THE J-IUSTLEJR. --yt JOHN KERNELL. HElRE ARE THE FUN-MIAKERS: John Kernell, Barney lReynolde, M'le Staccione, tMollie Thompson, GusI Mills, John S. Marr, Zelma fIawlston, Agnes Howard, Lee Harrison l.oonard $Soetrs, Iilda Laporte. lose Laporte, Harry Leighton, Hilho Knill. Carrie Norton, liill, Martz, George [lowron, Mack Menter. Vesta Stevens, Lillie Itaymond. lhe Magnificently Melodions. Lanrel-('rowned tUiSrLEIt MALE QUAIITETTE.: To ]te given here exactly as seen at ti HuBoston T'heatre. If you want fun, go where fun is! No advance in erines. SloB of spats will begin at I one & O'('onuor's Saturday, Aug. 22. lOc'KHOIDEltS' MtEElTING(i--NOTICEI IS hereby given that the annual nest ing of tho compttany will he held at the olfibe of thincom pany, No. luo troadway. Hlolona, Montana, ,n Mondlay. tt, 7hi duty of .o,1.trl'-tlor,, sn,1 tom Inoscinig at four o'scIohck p. m., for the toutrposoe of eloestlng trnsteo. antdi for the trannsaction f' suchl othrer h.;inss.s stounv hr prrresentsed. Atte. Is. MAN, President. tIAsOENA I;t.LLARD. 'Eoy. .- -. . . ... o HELP WANTEDI-FEMALI, "J.VAN'rED--PAltTY TO TAKE titA, A F dependent,. ANT.Il-A OIRL TO DO GENERAL housework, Apply 411 E1 ing streo., HIELP VANTED-MAL.. SANTED- RAN t ER WANTS BOY Tll y work in garden. *18 antd found: dishwaher, Jay job .l25 waiter, $1i; blacksmith, $10 raloi man, $04 two Cooks, $11 and $18 per week. - r ANTED-A GOOD 0 TEADY MAN TO take orders for my new family folding e clothes dryer: the handsome"t and most coo ilhltc maclhine eswr made loljia fifty fTat of g .rneultr., weighs seven pounds, retails at only .3iq.5: ,tt00 sold in an sas ('ily alone: exarllet sellers for fatl anl winter. Send for circular. o' s th for sample sad exrcrlive territory. Address lr he Nw .ra Manufacturing Co., box 4, station r A, Kansas c'ity, Mo. `'ANTED- TWO YOUNG MEN WITH lE es curily to run was LW agents. Apply at news otller. N. P. depot. SITUIATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Advortisements under this head three times tITIJATION WANTED--LADY FROM TIlE wi Fast would like sitiation-as housekeeper for widower or bachelor. Atdlre saJ. It, 2hit Rod uey streer. SITUATION WANTED)-A YOUNGi WOMAN wishes a situation for second work. Apply WVoman'i Home. 20 Ltaleigh street. SITUATION WANTEDT-lY COMPETENT girl to do g neral housework. Address 121 North IHodnoy streeit. SITUATION WANTED--BY A LADY AS copyist. A. M. H., this oYes. ,SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPFR tby omng American woman, Address No. 10U, t.his office. SITUA'ION WANTED--TO Dl) ItOUH:E work or take charge of childre.n, or eharg: of furnlshed rooms in the city. Address room 3 Eelvidlere house. ITUAT'ION WANTED-LADY WO tLD LIKE clerkingin dry goods, miUlinery or bookr store. Address M. E. It., Independent office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A NORWEGIAN girl unable to speak English, but can, and is willing to work at anything, and not particular abonutages. Address A" 1., Independent. SITUATION WANTED-BY )OUNG NOR wgisan girl to do second work. Address or call 1933 Park avenue. .ITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG LADY to do typewriting and short hand. Address Typewriter, this oltfi.e BITUATIONS WANTED--MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE. SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG MAN FROM the East would like situation as coachman or caring for lawn. Address F. i'., general de.ivery. SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN AS assistant bookkeeper. grocery clerk or driver of dhlivery wauon; reference furnished. Addr.ass Driver, this office. HISCELLANEOUS. TNHERITED PROPERTY IN SWEDEN-IF I this shouldhi come to the notice of E. Stroew. formerly of Gtreat Falls Montana, hlie will please send hia address to his father in Sweden, as ho has inheritrd money there. B. Nelson, Madera, California. W ANTED-PROPERTY 1C0 FEET FRONT by 125 feet. more or less. deep, located en railroad track for manufacturing pnrposUe. Sesaled proposals will be received until 12 m., VWednoersday August 19. ood warranty deed anti abstract must be given with property purchased. Terms cash. Adore s . 4 . Works, care Each, Cory & Co. mO EXCIHANtE-19 ROOMS NItELY FUll nighed. in Lest location in town; in exchange for unimproved real estate. Apply room 21 Bailey block. WANTED - ('HILDREN UNDIER FIVE years of age to board. 51 Sixth avenue. WANTED-A TENANT FOR ONE OF TIlE best room buildings in Helena. For terms and particulars audress (' 20 this office. W ANTED-80 to 160 ACRES OF GOOD HAY land; price must be low and land near Helena. Wn. Muth. AN,'ED--A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF tile finest residence sites on west side; price low for cash. Win. Muth. WANTED--WILL BUY A SMALL HOUSE on west side on installmPnt plan, if sold at a snap. C'. E. D., Independlent office. ANTED-CONTRACTS TO ERECT FHST rclai dwellinea, slores and offioe buildinga. We are compltely equiiped to do all ktuds of building at bed-rock figures. Wallace & I horn burgh, I)cDenver building. WANT.DI A IlUYER FOR A PIECE OF inside p)roperty: jlst the thing for a row of fluse; close to Mlan street. Win. Muth. rANTED---A THIADEII WIHO WANTS A ranlih in exchange for business property. Win. Moth. 1~AN'I ED)-TO TRIAD 8) ACRES NEAR Groat Falls for IHelena property. Steele & ('loments. SANTED-l,000D 1IARES IIALD BUTTE. State price. AddressL. C., this office, W ANTED--PARTNERI HAVING $5,000 CASH to take up a mining deal; will bar clos est investigation. Address C. E.. this office. WANTED--A UYtt FOR A ILATTED tractof the rest res idOnce property on west side; price way.down; half cash, alance in one year. Win. Mltil, agent. :TANTED- Tt) TILADE A 9-ROOM HIOUSE e on east side. hardwood floor ardl tiniih, bath. flrnace, all dern conveniencea. for un inmprovwdl Iroperty, or will sell equity for $5,000. Steil (A lements. T`ANTED-PRESENT " ADDtRES OF MARI cus B. Boorman. Matheson i Co., 7 Denver block, soANT .--A WELL I)EOVELOPED INE, t froe milling gold ore Iprfelrre: prace based on developments. Wn. Muth, agent. :X('IIANtiX---WILL TIIAI)E A NEW EIlIIIT room house for onimprovedl cleart Ista ior acreage; or will sell euolty for 51.750; balance in two years at eight tier cent. Addreos Exhllange, box 154. WANTED-5,-00o YOUNG SHEEP NEX -'SUM titer fo: .hero years on shares; halt wool and increas',; parties have experience, bluilllings, water and say. Address W ftl. Standishl, State' At iorney, ltasta,. North Dakota. MIONEY TO LOAN. rl'O LOAN -IN SUMS TO SUIT. LOW IIATES Sof tilntr,t. Sitele & (lenments. t['O tiAN - 12..11), ON MORTGAGES ON IIEL enso isproved proitsrts; will loan in several lsuis. .o. 1. 1., this offics., rj'O ,lOAN 5155YlN l ON IMPlOVEIBUSNINESS Sirop irs'i. loil; lisu'. specially low rate. Il. I.. this ithcu. HELP WIVANTEDt, MlI8CELrLANEO. IND- IDIJI WANitS MAN AND . tI;man nmost be a blukamith. FOR SAt-. -ll-tEAL VT8ATE. ]F.OR SALE--e II,)IENCE NO. 718 SPIUCE; 7 rooms anb throoma floored cellar, for nare, and sodded ya4rd. Vrion and terms on ap plicntioutt. Call atnd see. FOil ALE,--$5,9000, 5lxt40 'EET, ft-ROOM frame hot e. a.corner on Warren street; 1,Jt.) '5150 sest, .room stone home on Mndi n aeo venue0$15.7+0, 4011| feet, n-room frame 9 house, corner, on Chaucer streot; $3,101, 40(113 feeto 0-roorm frame house on Chaucer street. E. S. rouenh Co. t O1t SALE..- i-ROOM HFSIDENCEON WEST ride, bath room, well finished, $1,20 caslh, Sbalance to iart. tele & t o Clements. FOIL SALE-l800, E5x0E W-ROOMN BRICK. relier, water, etc, on ltaleign street; 53,810, 42x0114 i-room brick, cellar. water. etc., on Itst toigh street; $3,Itl), 1tx100 feet, 8-room frame honee, on datser boulevardl; 4.500, 45x100 feet, 1-room frame house on Ilroadway. E.S. lrench ,i ( Co. CO1I SALE,',-- 0xl40 FEINT ON LYNDALE AYE nu at a bargain; ternams to suit. teele 'ermeate. FOlR SALE-l-ESIIEiNCE ON WEST SIDE, Sclose to hojinar center. largo lot, east front, very desirable home., teele L'hlements. FOR BALE--$:1200 FINE NEW 0 -ROOM frame dwelling, bath room mndpleta. only 8 lnntes' walk from Main stre,,t: terms easy. Wallace & Thorniutrgh. enaver buildin.r. FOR SALE--THE ONLY CHANCE DOF THYR kind! $32.100 will buy a 0-room frame dwell ing complete" intending purchaser ran love pea essRion tree moulths by plintr $25 per month rent;shold he then purchase the ap mount paid ae rent will be credtitel on account ,f purchase price: latanrein installments to salt. s altaoe & Thornburgh,. Denver building. IOR SALE-$1.,n.0 A FI7NE 4-ROOM HOUSE in Flower Garden addition, close to N. P. depot; small cash payment, easy terms for bal ance. Wallaroe & lhornburgh, Denver building. t OR ALE- -CI OICNCE ORNEHS AND IN side lot in Lenox at from $14 to $20 per foot: also bargains in Floweree, Easterly Rlake. eattie,. Flower tarden and tl erehfliela additions. Examine our lists. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver building. Otll SALE-$L,Ie00, FINE LOT ON DAVIS ' street, below Twelfth avenue, 10xI40 feet; part payment in cash, balance at 8 per cont Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver building. 1Olt SALE--84 FEET FRONTAGE ON Broadway, in Ilako addition, enlrndid build ing site, $4,11,0; termse to suit, Wallace & Thorn burgh, Denver bnitding. FORSALE-COItNEIt LOT, 100x150, on best residence streetin the city: fuloil view of the east side and valley. Address box 777, city postollice. FOlt SALE:--FOR 591.0 GOOD BUILDING Slot .xl10 on `oath end of Rodney street; address box 777, city postoffioo, O7 t SALsE--t-ROOM COTI1AOE AND CLOS- - et. pantry, cellar, and water in the yard: lot 25x100 to 10 footalley. price, $1.,400 original cost: Ireserat owner will rent the place for 0 or 12 months and deduct the rent from down payment; terms very easy:. inquire at premisres, 21 houth Hobark street. 101'. SaLE-AT A BARGAIN--50 FEET ON F Broadway nea IHoback: easy terms. Ad dress Iostolib'e box 21, Helena. T'OR SALE-FINE 8-ROOM BRICK REST Sdrnc on west sde. only two blocks from Main stret, fronts on two streets; very cheap. Steele A tClereuts. fUII SALE-NICE 7-ROOM BRI('K HOUSE on Eleventh avenue near Rodney. Steele & (Clements. OR SAILE-DESIRABLE RIESIDENCE LOTS Fon Boulder avenue, within a block of Hole- , as and Montana avenues; $500 each. Matheson & Co , 7 Denver block. U7 OI1 MALE--TWENTY-I:E IIT LOTS IN i? Easterly addition, at modern prioes and very easy terms. Mathaeon & Co., 7 Denver b block. FROR SALE;-S00 WILL IIUY TWO EXCIth Slent residence lots in ilroedwater. within two blocks , f lienton avenue. Matheson & Co.. 7 Denver block. Oft SALE-NEWti-OOM HOUSE IN BROAD water addition, only ono block from electric motor; small pavment diwn, balance install ments, Steele & a'lements. I OR HALE-$500 FOR ACORNEIR-LOT,-'0O 140; in Northern Pacific addition, north front MathReson & (7o., 7 Denver block. FOR SALE--$1,hf00, 75x125 FEET. 4-BOOM frame house, Hroadwater motor line; $.5100, 50xi10 feet. ti-room ftame house. 50 feet double frontage on Renton and Park avenue, business property; $5,000), lixllO feet. 8-room frame house onlawrence street; $5,00t. 100x140 feet, 9-room brick house on Eleventh avenue. E. S. French & -1eOt SALE-INSTALILMENT PLAN--WE Ilhave desirable dwellings at various prices, from $1,100nup; in different parts of the city, for sale on very reasonable terms, a small down pay ment relquirld, the balance being piyable in monthly or quarterly payments. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block. IOR iSAIEd- FINE .-R)OOM BIRICK HOUSE on Spencer street, near Rodney. only few minutes from postolhee, at great bargain. Steele St Clemients. FtO SBALE- $5,000. 40xl00 FEET. -1100-M1 brick, bath. cellar, etc., gas fixtures, double frontage on two streets. E. S. Frtnch A ('o. ,OR SALE--A i GOOD BUIDING LOT, 35x140 Talley on side) within half a block of Rodney street: price $:t50: ol veryeaiy termsn A purchaser building on tis lot may have three years time to pay fur it. Matheson & Co., 7 Den ver block. FlOR SALE,--$700 WILL BUY A PIECE OF land on upper end of IDavis strct: large enough to build several houseas on: a good place for a man who keeps stock; no- over five minutes walk from Broadway; $100 down, ,2 , ter month. t:athe.on & ('o.. 7 IDenver Ilock. OtI 8ALE--tFINtK; NEW 8-itOM 11BRIC'K a luon-u, Kenck addlition, $2.40(0: small cash upayment. balanre on long time Wtlleace & 'Ihornburgh, Den.or building. FORI SALt ONE OF Ti'E FINEST rancher in Montana. 2,010 acres, every acro can be irrigated and havre abunldance (.f water, ine range o oevery side, good market for every lhing irodui ld. go.i inlllmrlv-oulnt;; ewill oe sold ata greoa l rgini. W.i. I'ox. liold bcink. - frame lIouse ou li hkth avenue: ..3,rSX) 50xll0 fiet. 5-ruolll brick h[l., on t Eiglttm aveno:e 14.( OJ), l42x10 fet, 5-room frame bourn on 0 truat way: 01.200. a xl,)J feret, 5-room brick house. corerr. Ilroladway. '. S. French & io. 1.t)l1 IALF--$' P9ER FRONT FOOT FOR lots five and six, block tlhirty-one, Flower Garldeon additio,n, esuchr 10110; only tli feet from Montuna navnuoe. Matheson & C'o., 7 Ilenver block. 'I1Ot ALE -WAilEHOU sE. LOTS IN EL Sliston, on N. P. right of way, $100. Matlhs TOR IALP, RRIIAL, STlA1--ontaatnued, "OR erse.,dl1--T -,[E LOTI IN FLO)W FOR SALE--A HOME I(O On 01o 0r7K hona, Joseph Cox adit, i los to RItodney street two ro ms, water. corner lot 50I1t5. $5 Co. s pe m No nterest or tORt SALE--'I'ITY FOR A GOOD 6-ROOM hout e ellon est side $00 downi $5 per mnt. Mathc on o. athenver Co., 7 en d- ORt BALE-I,.800. F IN THE AMES AD FOR SALE--A RO F R A NEAT, NEW700; R dwelling on sepht loxde contains hall tour good ortwo penro, cellater, two ner lost sgad u5t b nildinalan $100 down per month. NoinMatestor FORL SALE--$ T-DW FOR A GOOD i-ROOM mA t o., thess&o. eer blok.e k F'OR SALE-V, Y FEET IN HE -OMES AD frmtio agt olake b treet; Ie Withert eet. -rm ri on ith avenue, tte 00. Sa5ed feet, 8-room brick onieatton street. h.S. Son .ipta .. ry cll.r, two oolms, antry, celaru largeoet ely down, 25 pnishedr month. toe20 pr month. atheson Co., DenvOUer block. OR SALET--VlE-ROtOOM FRARICK DWEC n Log, lrtalvenul aven4e. $2.i0; 4.room -frame hordew, Blk street; io,000, r dellng, I-r location. $4,c ; io-room batck daeln n. lO t t lOS ret, 8-root snap $bri as terms on ret the. S. FOR HSLE-NI(.iO 0 hLEtAAhT )WEING I ovet otly semail cah po ayme~mtr. Snre Wal emonth A lhnornLrgn, D enver buildng. OR SALE-FIVE-NT- DWELlIN . DWEL diOR RENT-- y DESI-rAm brLE lotIE lxtn, avenue. batesnp & Co my terms. lt Oln 4 RENT-RDWELLOINGS. FOR RENT--F URNISHED HOUSE, 1 I bath oo sall modern convm enoven. 1; iteele not OR RENT-4-ROOM HOUSE NEAR N. P. sitdepot wat in hou e good-szed lot, ter12.ms Wallace & Thornbrgh. v, thiser bufiong. OR RENT--NICE-ROOM FIRAME HOUSEI Sdon Satestreet, room per month. Steet, near & ixthavements FOR rmENT-$. VE B M HOUSE, H1IGH rooms, on Rodney street; steam ,eat. gaos eath room, all modern onevenienees.. Sllaeele &ho OR RENT-B-ROO3M tIC OUSE NE ON P SBpot;rekenirido only g Der mouth. Steele & OR RENT--NICE -ROOM RAMbICK HOUSE (n Stery street near the ecri motor. Steele & Clements. FOR RE'NT--$.t, FI ROOM HOUSE WITIHI lsandstreet; athvenue near leigh streetlo burWallace hornbrg Denver ilidinng.g. OR RENT--IROOM FRAME HOUSE ON .Rreenrih avenue, $20 per month. Steele & SClements. r'Ort ,ENT--7-, 5 ROOM HOUSE, WITH stable; Sdixho avenue near haleigh street. month, Wallace& ThoThornburgur, Denver buildng. tOR BENT--SEVERAL RESIDENCES ON efor 1 vene peper month . Stee le Ceent. O LENT--0-OOM I HOUSE, NINTI SOUTHAV ne; good neighb-room houe. houtte in rst; I clweing wnditionh large barn; $2 7-room brick mobath, allaetc.; $. 9-room dwelling, near Ceral i school; 45,' 10-room dwelling, centrally located; other houses for rent at various prices. Maths son & to.. 7 Denver block. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT-OFFICE QUARTERS IN THE Builders end Manufacturers' exchange building. Inquire of Will H. Jones. Secretary. ' OR RENT-TWO STORES IN TIlE HARVEY bolock. (lrand street. Apply to lob;. Harvey 114 Fifth avenue. FIOR RENT--TORE OR OFFICE ROOM Sin opera house. Steele & Clements. FOR RENT-ROOMS FOIRMERLY OCCUPIED by Montana Business College, in Gold block; elegantly ladapted for lolge or club rooms. Ap ply to James Sullivan, room 16. Gold block, OiR RENT-STOitE ON MAIN STREET, larg and desoirabloe. cherap rent. W. E. Cox, (told block. FOR AENT-FINE LARGE BASEMENT ON Upper Main street. Steele & Clements. FOR ItENT-WAREHOUSE NEAR MON Stans C('entral depot. Steele & ('lemonts. F01 ItENJT-UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN opera house. bteelo & Clemente LTOR RENT---ROOMS SUIT .1BLE FOR . houseeeping in very convenient location. W. E. pox, Gold block. OR RENT-SPILENDID STAND FOR grocery stor.e corner room, close in west e:de, low rent on 2 to 5 years' lese. Wallace & Thlornburh, Denver building. _P OR IItNT--UNFURNISHED ROOMSt AND apartments orf all kinds and in desirable locations, at $4 to S10 per room. ('ll and exam ine our list. Wallac. &. 'I hornborgh, Denver building. Svet huihling; has overy convenience, steam heat, electric lights. water in store, good termni will hem de to the right part es on long lease. Apply to Walltarl & Thornburgh. Denver build ing. 'OR ENT--STORE ('LOSE TO MAIN !troet splendid business location. low rent. Apply to Wallace & Thornburghl, Denver builT ing. FOR RENT--LIGHII BASEMENT ON MAIN street; low rent to desirable tenants. Apply to Wallace& Thornburgh, Denver building. LOST. LOST--A YOUNG DOGl, TWO MONTHS OLD; 1 tilordon setter; lost. Friday corner troadway and Davis streoets. Findler please bring it to iireenhood, lolhmt & ('o. Color black and brown with one sear on right hind foot. I o'--A DARlK BROWN GORDON SETTER f p, oear monthu ld. Reward by returning to Viilha Sars r w1 iSouth Ewng sttreet. OST--A 111) LEATHIER PO(KETBOOK, J c-ntaining one 1l0 and two r5 bills: st, Mornay night, on Wait Side. Finder liberally rewarded by leaving at Independent office. POR SALt-MISCuLLANr OUL. FOR lCI-PIANO FOR BAL A A RAN o..rsme ebber Grao d piano, nearl¥y nqewt selol p Tor ash a w tlltrad for ~e l state. !. . Uruteher, Gold Sook. ".1R .LE--OUSe HOLD FURNITUReI. Slbetween 1 and 5 p. . at 429 Benton av FOR BALi--TO CLOSE OUT STOCK OP stationay, cipgrs tobacco, notions, et., at les than cost. Inquire at No, l0 Edwara stet. FOR BALE-RSTURANT DIQ IL,210. Matheon A Co.. sever block. TOOR O AL -40 HI D OF HOBISiES VERY -1 cheap. W. E (ox. Gold blook, FORt sALE-A THOROUGILY .BIIOKEN F driving mare, suitable for ,entldman's driv ing' with or without buggy andL arnoe addres A 10. this otfios, 1FOR IALE-ESTABLISHED MEIICANTILII businrss with a largoe trade. ll trade for improved real estate in Helena. Steele & Clem FOil tALE-Bo0 SHAIES CUUMI.BERLAND F toek, at a bargain. Address :. E., this offi.e. O tfi ALE--A GOOD PAYING FRUIT AND S con etionery business; reasone for mllln. wishl to to into a more extensive business. At dress l1.0, this office. TOR SALE-AN ELEGANT PARLOR SUITE for sale cheap at 730 Sixth aveune. It has b~sr in uoe thee monthb, and oest when no. F OR SALF-OLD PAPERS AT A BARGAIN at this office. FOR IISALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN TIIE MON tans usines t'olego Call at tlhis office. 01 SALE--SCHOLARSHIP IN THE IIEL ena Bolness College. Call at this office. FOIl RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR BIENT-ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING newly and elegantly forniehed; parlor, bath room, gas ard all modern convenlenes. Would ike maon and his wife. Prices reasonable. 610 Broadway. FOR IRENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED 1 rooms with bath and modern conveniences. 17 South RIodney. FOR RENT-F URNIHED ROOM. 4 North Benton avenue. FOR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED rooms at reasonal rates. IHarvey bloct Grand street. Next door lIotel Itelena. BOARD AND RIOOM OFFEREI. FOR IRET--NI(ELY FURNISHED ROOMS Smodern convienees. A 1 table board, 50 South Rodney street. F'OR RENT--ROOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY -with board at 505 Ewing street. FOR RENT- -THREE FURNISHED ROOMS F with or without board, No. 19 North Benton avenue. FOR wENT--NIELY FURNISHED ROOMS with board, at 58 South Rodney etreet. WANTIED--TWO YOUNG GENTLEMEN troom and beard 626 per month. No. * Fifth avenue. NOTI('E TO CREDITORS-ESTATE OF SPeter N. Bellmore, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersignod, ex ecutor or the last will of I o'er N. lellmore, de ceased, to tl.e creiitors of. and'all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers witl.is four monthls after the first, publication of this notice, to t o said executor at the law office of iterling & Mully. 7 tiold block, Helena. the Fams being the place far the tranucatint of the business of the said estate in the county of Lewis and Clark, state of Montana, NItCHOLAS KErSSLER, Executor of the last will of oeter lBllm're, de ceamed. nated e'lena, Montana, August I, 1891. first p.blication August 18, hIl 1. SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICtT COURT OF tho First Judi'sl district tf tIhe state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and l larks. Jacob ('. rinkwater, lain.iff, vs. George iB. utler, Nauey BI. i niold, Abby Butler, U. l'oro lin, James It. Cirilhn, l'. trdtin, Lcvila naRby, David Itaby. Natba \iVil ougiby. Fank E. blut ler. Annetta E. Burton. : enry W. Burton, George II. Gould, earah h E. Gould, Edward E. Pierce and the Piegan Mining & Milling company, defen lants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby reqolre. to appear in an action brought against you by tihe above named plaintif in the district court of the 11 ret judicial district of he state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis an- Clarke. and to answer the complaint fled therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of thi summons, if served within this county; or. if served out of this county, but within this district, within twenty -days: otherwise within forty days, or judgmnnt by default will hs taken aeainstyou. according to the prayer of said complaint. Tle s:aitid action is Itrought to recover the sum of eigi t lundrcd and otltirt l ,n 17-100 dolls s, to gether with interest thereon at the rate ol 10 per c nt. per annnum from topttotnbcr 14, 1817, until rendition of jt.dcment c:gaintt all of tihe above named tdefendants lrecc.t the Ptegan Mining & lilling rompant) andt to foreclseo a mortogage given to secttns the paymenot of tice .ml. ton an undivid'd i. interest n tihe litlgan quartz lcdo minirg claim anct the 1iegauc tptr quartz lode sining :claim, :-iu.to at thIe hcea of liegon t;iulch. sterut:l Miningdistriet, 1.owisand Clarke county, state of Montana. execute I by all of said defendants, except said Plegan Mining and Mill ing'company, and t, t do.reo the Iten of eaid mtortgae, pirior td, any claim said l'iegan Mining & Milling cemanoy may Iane upon raid premi aes hierein b f-re deseribl. And you are ihereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer tice said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will la'ke default a-(gcinat yon and appcily to the curt tor the relief in the complaint herein clemanded-":%A Given undler my hand and tih seal of the dis. trictcourt of the Icrst judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for thl county of Lewis and (Clarkeo, this eightl enth day of Augu't. in tihe year of our Lord, one thonueand sigilt hundred andc ninety-one. I Seal] JOHN DEAN, Clerk. By II. hi. TtstouesoN. Deputy t'lork. llosBEn & RitSclt, Attorneys for i lcintiff. :-: C. E. KEMP, :-: 0 I IEAL%, $3.OO, $3.50 and $4 o00 EACH. S Alec Wax Seals. Order by Mail. Park Avenue, - - helena. Mlontana.