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THE LEGAL STATUS OF LO.
Red Men Should Be Amenable to the Criminal Law of States. Or Those of the United States, if Looated on a Reser vation. Indian Nations Are Wretched Remnants Hanging on the Outakirts of Clv iilsation-Sultable Laws. Boroxo, Aug. 26.-The fourteenth annual meeting of the American Bar association opened this forenoon. Nearly 200 members were present. After President Baldwin hall earled the assemblage to order a welcome was extended to the visitors by Hon. John LoWell, president of the Boston Bar asso ciation. President Baldwin responded, stating that the association was pleased with the warmth of the reception it has re ceived. After these few brief remarks he proceeded to deliver his annual address. He spoke of a great diversity of matters, treated by federal and state governments. He then reviewed the acts of congress and of the legislatures of diferent states. In speaking of the action to relieve the supreme court, he reviewed at some length the details of the judiciary act. He paid a tribute to President Harrison in regard to the fairness and excellence of his appoint ments to fill the new circuit court judge ships. He mentioned especially the inter national copyright law. The speaker said that within the last year the number of states which adopted the Australian ballot system had increased to twenty-nine. Laws relating to other important matters were gone over and the president, speaking of the uniformity of legislation, said that five more states had appointed commissions to promote it. In closing the speaker referred to the American constitution, which, he said, is the best fruit of a thousand years of Anglo-Saxon history. At the close of the president's address 160 new members were admitted. At the afternoon session interesting ad dresses were delivered by Frederick M. Judson, of St. Louis, on individual liberty of contract under police power, and by William B. Horublower, of New York, upon the legal status of the Indians. Mr. Horn blower, after speaking of the complexity of the jurisprudence of the United States, re ferred to the recent decision of the United States court in South Dakota that the kill ing of a United States army officer by an Indian was not murder. because a state of war existed between the United States and tribe to which the Indian belonged. This, he said, has directed public attention to the legal status of the Indian. After reviewing the various dealings with Indians since the formation of the United States govern ment, the speaker proceeded to review cases in which the status of the Indian had been determined by the supreme court. The right of congress to regulate the legal stutus having been fully and clearly enun ciated by the court of last resort, the ques tion is pertinent, whether the time has not arrived for congress to take such steps as will put an end at once and forever to any such rights of iidependence or quasi inde pendence as will justify any tribe or so-called "nation" of Indians in levying war against the United States. Already congress has taken steps in the di rection of denationalizing the Indians. Having advanced thus far, it would seem eminently proper that farther steps should be taken; that congress should pass en act subjecting all Indians within the jurisdic tion of any state or territory to the criminal laws of those states or territories, and all Indians within any Indian reservation to the criminal laws of the Unnited States, and declaring that they shall not hereafter be recognized he political communities capable of making war, or as in any respect independent. However great the wrongs of the Indian and however real his grievance, it is perfectly clear that they cannot be righted by casual insurrection. It is clearly time that the governmenr should assert its power and enforce its laws against these "wards" of the nation. Certainly for an Indian to be told that he may rise against the United States govern ment and kill officers and soldiers, and to be exempt from all punishment either for treason or murder because he is a member of an independent or quasi independent nation waging war against the United States, is to encourage and not to deter him from future hostilities. That which was once fact has become fiction. Indian "na tions" have become wretched remnants hanging on the outskirts of civilization or living on reservations and surrounded by civilized communities and dependent inI whole or in part for support from the gov ernment. Let the fiction be abolished, let us enact laws suitable for the present situa tion and place the legal statusof the Indian upon a rational and practical basis. Pennsylvania Prohibitionists. HARPTSBUnRa, Pa.. Aug. 26.-The prohibi tion state convention opened here this morning with 403 delegates present. H. T. Ames was selected as permanent chairman. In his speech he denounced the ballot re form law because it discriminated against the prohibition party and also denounced the liquor traffic. The platform reported besides the usual blasts against the manu facture and traffic in intoxicating liquors, denounced the Baker ballot law; declares in favor of amending naturalization lawn; ar raiges the republican and democratic par ties for failure to execute their civil service law: favors equalization on all classes of I roperty; declares that revenue from im posts on foreign products should be so levied as to protect home labor; declares against monopolies, and demands that the money circulation of the country be increased ad equately to the growth of buasness and pop ulation. It oppoers the opining of the Worldes Fair on Sundays, W. W. Hague, of Warren, was nominated for auditor gen eral, and George Drayton for treasurer. Another Sort of Republican. Torgs, Kan., Aug. 2a.-'rhe republican league of Kansas met in this city to-day, 400 delegates being present. The Knights of Reciprocity had a abort session before the league convention assembled and made arrangements for their recognition by the league. 'Ihe two organizations will work in harmony. At the afternoon ses sion the convention decided to receive dele gates from the various lodges of Knights of Reciprocity. 'I he report of the committee on resolutions conrneuda President Harri son's administration, condemns the peo ple's party and sub-treasury plan and favors the free coinage of the American product of silver. No reference was made to prohibi tion. The Scheme May Fall. CHICAGo, Aug. 25.-A Montreal special says: The announcement is made by the conservative organ here to the effect that work on the Chignecto shit railway ceased after $3,000,t00 had been spent. and hinting that unless the imperial and United States governments come to the rescue, the scheme may fail. It practically means that an other bubble bee burst and that British capitalists have been once more deluded into investing their money in a chimerical undertaking. Resumed Work. LILA, 0., Aug, 26.-The Lake Erie & Western trainmen this morning resumed work. At Tuesday's night's conference the company conceded the demand of the strikers, but asked till September to put the new arrangement in force. Should overeine demanded by the men then not be forthooming there will be another strike. STORMED FURIOUSLY. And Interrupted Festlvitiea O Board the Warships, Poarsutorrn, Aug. 20.-The proposed ball and other festivities on board the French vessels prior to the departure of the fleet had to to abandoned last night on account of bad weather. This morning the British officers and their ladies, who were com pelled to stay all night on board the steam ers of the French squadron by the storm, returned to shore, as the wind had abated. The ladies described the night they passed on board the French war-ships as terrible in the extreme. The French fleet weighed anchor this morning and sailed away. The British vessels saluted. Last night a steam pinnace belonging to a British war vessel at Portsmouth was swamped in the gale and four seamen were drowned. Tue gale on the shore swept down telegraph and telephone wires and poles, uprooted trees and unroofed houses. Dispa tohes from various parts of the coast an nounce numerous wrecks. Reports from all parts of Ireland indicate that the crops were badly damaged by the gales. Slapped a Doctor. DoIANT, Miss., Aug. 26.-W. S. McAllis ter, ex-alliance lecturer, and Dr. Macune, editor of the alliance organ at Washington. arrived here this evening from Starkville In a hotel corridor McAllister, after en deavoring to provoke a quarrel with Macoune, finally struck him in the face, dazing the doctor so badly that he scarcely made any defense before they were separated. McAllister claims that Macune had a gread deal to do with the summary treatment meted out to him by the alli ance to-day, whispering it around in secret caucuses of the alliance members that he (McAllister) was brought on by Wall street and was exerting his Influence to destroy the alliance. McAllister states that Ma cune sold out to Pat Calhoun last. year in the Georgia senatorial contest for $2,000 and that Maoune robbed the Texas alliance of $30,000 or more while manager of the Texas Alliance exchange. Colored Sons Shut Out. PirILADELPHIA, Aug. 26.-The question of admitting colored members into the Pa triotic Order Sons of America occupied most of to-day's session. All the ballots resulted the same, fifty-nine for and thirty one against it. Most of the opposition to eliminating the word "white" from the con stitution comes from Illinois and Ohio del egates, who voted as a unit against it. The sentiment of the convention was strongly in favor of admission, the Pennsylvania delegation being unanimous in the colored man's favor, but the arbitrary clause in the constitution requiring a four-fifths vote to change the constitution enabled the oppo nents to defeat the measure. Some of the friends of the measure changed their votes so as to move a reconsideration and the question will be called up again probably. George P. Smith was nominated for na tional president. Injured In a Tunnel. CHICAGO, Aug. 20.-The workmen in the new four mile tunnel under Lake Michigan for increased water facilities for the city, struck a pocket of gas yesterday. The pressure of air in the tunnel was raised to twenty-four pounds to the square inch, keeping back the gas. But last night this became too oppressive for the workmen and it was lowered to fifteen pounds. Late at night the electric lights at a point two miles and a half from the shore got out of order and a man went out to repair them. When he went near the point where the gas was escaping it ignited from his torch and a tremendous explosion followed. One man was fatally and seven others severely in jured. A Desperate Negro. PEORIA, Ill., Aug. 26.-Frank Berry, a negro, quarreled with a negro women last night and attacked her with a knife. She escaped and ran into the office of Mathew Hennebury, who tried to protect her, but the negro drove.him away. Just then offi cers Sloan and Campbell entered. Berry jumped at them and out both badly. He drove the knife into the woman's breast and then ran down the street, threatening every one he met with the bloody knife. He was finally knocked down and cautured by a policeman. Among those cut by him two are in a serious condition. Premiums for Live Stock, Cumcsoo, Aug. 26.-Chief Buchanan has announced his schedule of premiums in the live stock department of the World's fair, practically as follows: Horses, about $25, 000; cattle, about $30,000: swine, about $20,000; sheep, about $15,000: poultry and fat stock, about $10,000; dogs, about $4.000. This leaves a contingent fund of $19,000 which has been reserved for use as premi ums in case it is desired to admit classes of animals not included in the present scheme. To Establish a Fund. ST. Loris, Aug. 26.-At a meeting of the National Brewers' union to-day committee reports were received. It was decided to establish a reserve fund for the purpose of organizing new unions and t- support boy cotts. Reports that the Pacific slope union was seeking admission in the National union seems to be erroneous, as that union is still fighting the older union. lialmaceda Will Attack. New YORK, Aug. 20.-The Herald's Val paraiso cable says that in all probability President Balmaceda will attack the in surgent forces and government sympathizers are confident that he will crush them. It is impossible to learn of the position and movements of the insurgent army to-day, Where Is Frank Brady ? Frank Brady, of Des Moines, Iowa, who worked as brakeman between Helena and Spokane, and last heard from in Idaho. Any information as to his whereabouts will be gratefully received by addressing his sister. ANNIE BRADY, 328 Benton Avenue, Helena. The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for the production of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and refreshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently in the spring time, or, in fact, at any time, and the better it is known the more popular it becomes The Chamber oit " omsmercesam~pr,, roomn, Granite block, wilt keep open. all niight and serveIhotlinnrhra both dnay andl night duri,,g lair week. Isn't This Cheap! Go to Oppenheimer & Aech, International hotel block, and try a bottle of porter at 15 cents. Henry Aemnusaei tie, hioughit the prlvli. egNo at the falr gri, do l. veer anit serve alt pin rbni hi it 1':h ents ail giisrante.e saliefatiril. NOTItE tip'API'lr iA'1ItrN lilt il it"11 trl*t-i. 5, of time eelr et Sntuithe I, la9 rvsi so sadO. rais and reg.lations of May 0-il. I, the uFdirstigad. hereby give no, i-a that at theL farion of twenty-oes tie;. teon the first pnhliea tion ~f this Duties. I whi miakewritten app will tios to the.hoaawable snerratary afth a. tarir for authiority teret sani aemass sii the morrrlantrhlr sam loet, whit, and red pine, its the followi,-g deecribed lead: '1 he Isand being a esueveree,l hat i-omiesaeiaga: what will be this sesibseet curner at searisn 21 iewaehip 12 aerth. of range flu. 2 wro-t, we 5srveyeds:fan~nsiniineate east three mites them., earth rice mite, thesce, -'set three mills., ilac-, 555th see mails to pla. of at eginaing. 'ieta prsiais edctions 21, 22 an4 2'. at the said township, sail isataining nineteen bandred sand twenty 11.525-, Saidi land having thereonatboket six tisaitre I Iteousand feet of wlii'e sad red piae in ab -ul equal quantities. Staid land being nonteerniu~l roagh and steep and set fit for agricultural ptar easr sand is locatedh in the county of Meeigle-r in the state of Montana. Dated Aug. 4. 15111. C1lA& COCHaN Flret puhlieatiea Aug. L THE MARKETS. S2OCKt Copper-Firm; Lake, Aug. $13.10. Lad-Nominal; domestic $4 45. The stock market was again active and etoons to-dcy, making mubetantlal prosye. tcward higher figures in all portions of the list, with at times a buoyant tone to the dealings. Granger, were in the first place, as tar am activity goes. The close was fairly active and firm. at only alight changes for the day in most cases. Governmentm-Steady. l'etroleum-Ciosing at 6144o. Ulosing Clomtun li. S. srgn. . ..... 11716 Northweternpref. U. S. 4u coupon.. ..117 N .Y. Central... 1080 U. S. 43ju reg... .100 Oregon trap..: 2734 U. S.4 iemcoupon..106% Oregn 11A..... 7244 Paritleis..... .109 0 N all... 814i mnada Pi ac..... SI Hm 6toy.. .. ..2% Aichison...... 38I 4 Sook Isa.... ci 110 Canada Slouthern.. 5214 St. Pent......6 I 'eniral Pacitic.... 111 Stt. Paut A Omaha. 3741 Birlinugton .... 9it Union Pacific....584n Lack. Western.... 11m lexee Pecifc.. 11% D Alo. (.0., prof.. e6 U. S. Expres.. t 5 10.s1..............12110 Famrgo Express.. 83 Kaesae&Texmm.... l8~s %e~tern Union...,.20 Lake Shore.....15%4 Ameni. Cotton, Oil. 22 Michigan Central. 545 Terminal.. 13 Mismouri Pacifio... 7134 Oregn Short sine 2314 Northern Pacific.. 26 Weetern 40 N. P. pref....... . O.W. prof. 11 L'vilie A Naeh..... 7430. Ii. (3. W. lets...7514 Nortihwestern ....11014 Mosey on tall easy; tlosed offered at 1 par cent. Frime mherantile paper 551 6Octe; Sterling exchange stoeady; sixty day blue. $4.t8; demand r54.&0l34. CHICAGO PRODTCE. CeOAen. Aug. 26.-Clote-Wheat easy. cash, $1.048(t.00; Sceptember, 1 .02te December, Cern-Firm; cas. 87 4600pfry; September. 61b4e.; October 5934e. Oaes-Easy; Cash, September 8It. Harley-Nominal; 6. 60dc. Pork-Steady; Dasb lieptember, 810.2714; Octo be,$00.Lard-Steady cemh September, 88.51; October, $0.85. Shoulders--18.104.22.168.33 Short clear--$7.261147. 50. Short rite-$tl.61140a.6.81. CIticAtlO CATTLE. CWccAnO. Aug. 26.-Cattle-itecetpts. 17.000: atead)y; choice to extra nativee, $(.6605'6.00 Others, $4.lOti1.10; Texans. $2.501t3.10;.t rmngers 68.000~4.50; stockere. 52.50093.40. Huge - Receipte. 19titO); active, irregular rough andi commun, 53.75004.15; mixed and packers, $4.o0444.95: prime heavy and hutch era' weights, 81.000x.1.15; prime light. 51.4005.1.0. at ab o ciee, 1040;wt~r,$08 5.25; mixed. 84.7500.4.8:; Texans. $8.00(43.85; weaterns, $5 4.3t5gl; BONDS TtlAVEisuso I"S COUNTIES. SCHOOL DISTRICTS WATER COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIES,ste. Correspondence solicited. NIWIHARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, I168.S5 Dearborn Street, CHICACO. IS Wall Street. NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. T1'OCKHOLDERS' MEETING-NOTICE IS herehy given that the annal ntesting of the stocktholders of the independent Publishing company will be held at. t e office of the ear p any, No. 1o15 lroadwey, Helenea, Montana, on H onday, the 7: h day of 1-epteomber, lIQi, com mencing at fotur o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electtog trostees and for tite transaction of such other business aso may be resented. relet LAttest.l MASssA BULLABD, Eatty. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED-A GIRL TO D) GENERAL housework, Apply 416 Ewing street. HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED - A MAN FOR STEADY BUS mess position. Address Th., care of Inde pendent. WANTED - THREE RANCHMEN-24 ED wards street. $35. WANTED--CUbTOM CLOTHING SALES ' man for city trade: none but esperienced alesmen need apply.;i refcrences required. Ad WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN WITJH Sr, sew curity torun as news agents. Apply at news uffier, N. P'. depot. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Advertisements under this head three times SITUATON WANTED-TO DO GENERAL hoe stwork. Address or call at 151 North SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT Sgiltito do any kind of work, dining room work preferred.- L. S., -Independent office. S ITIAION WANTED- YOUNG LADY wants situation in office as stenograther and typewriter. Add'cs Typewriter, this office. tSITUATION WANTED-TO DO SEWING OR somec light work; a nice home the object more than wo'es. Address thin office, Mi. T. 1, SITUATION WANTED-AS TEACHER BY votng lady: three years eaperience in the east. Adt~cess P. A. Bi., 408!t'2 Ereckenrides street. SITUATIONS WANTED--MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FRFE. ITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN. S 23 years of age. as clerk or assistant book keeper. Have had experience. Please state sal ary. Addes all comtonnications to D. Latimer, boa 200,. Livingston, Mont. SITUATION WAN FE 5 - BY FIRST-CLAnS tinter. Willing to go out of town. Address C'. W., this office, SITUATION WANTED-AS tOAIIHMAN. BY a competet tman. isferences given. Address C. II. H.. box 95, Helena. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, nefrom $'i to $10 per month. 211 Norh Rod ney street, EOR RENT--FOUR ROOMS FURNISHED for housrkeeing. Apply 301 Beattie street. corner hixth a?'-nse. FOR RENT-TWO N( ELY FUJNISHED 1 room wit bahth and modern conveniences. 17 South Riodney. lOR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED 1 reams at roaonnal rate. Harvey block. (irand street. Nexl door lointHeli-lena. BOARD AND ROOM OFFEREIS. L`Oll IIENT--IOOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY will board at 505 Ewing street. 1hOR bENTr TREE FURitNISlED itOOMS 11 with or without hoard, No. 19i North Blenton LjOR RENT-NIICELY FURNISREII hOOKS Lwith board, at t8 Sooth Re~slns1 street, WANTEII-TWO YOUNG GsENTLEMEN room and beard $26 per month. No. 4J Fifth avenue. FOR ItENT--DWE)LV INeS, Volt -AN ELEE ANTLY FU RNI SHED homie frnrixmonths froim Nov. L will not rent to familyy having email children; bonn is situatedl in pleoari t. tort of the city. lFor terma cud p~articulars aiddress VI, thus office. I' Ot IrENe VFutY DE:MIRAfLElIEREN 1it doe' nin eoms o n Rtodney stroot, near inhavnolu.. trteele & (lemenrte. 11'OltIRENT F~ltNHIIEID I10I's1, 18 j4 't)I on ': l n1 y st r steam heat. gas, baot, rioiim. all modern Coinveniences. Steele & (temente. UOR RENT--4-tOOM HOUHE NEARI N. P. depo: wt~rin onne god szedlot, $1'L. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver biuning. oeneitate #tiet 25 hour month. Stteele & FOl lhI;NI H itOOM Hi111K IllUME ON ltruukenrid ge only $25 pr month. Steele & FOat 11NT 1'-Ntl E 7 ROOM lH11U1' WITH sal;Sthavenue near Ilaleieb street. Wallace &r htrannu.o a Iener building. O'lt liENT n-RC011 F'HAME 1OUSE: ON lr ventil avrnue, Sap per month. Steelo & ul :EN' n-RObOM llodI. :o NN Tnl Avg floes aml niihohod h~ouse in fire - c cni tonoalntlimet; 2 Wallacus& Thiornburgh, Duonor uixd fur Sy per Avnioeb Steele & (dltuiiunte. addltion, 10,1 SALU-.U3AUS WSA'R, 170 BALE a-ROM EBIDN ON WEST s'? roiside t, bthe rbooTIllng teis , 1al20lae a O0Rl ALE- Ol0 L85T--S IX BRI bulliag.w suitable for le0,ti v as built for that pbrpans. tpply to t Ahlqrn burgh, Denv 1e buildInW. FOR0AE$1:,800 CABE; 41,100. E O MH E blo, is owfered ror a fte o lose o . P to toH .pýmr room 18, . koats Na tionveran building. OR SALE-8,N80, LO*140 FEEst, 8-ROOM -in frame ))raue, a corner on Warren a1et4 $6,50i, 7Rl5x set, 1-room atone hours on isI. eon avene dt $1t,5 40x118 feetA8-room frame house. corner, on (tbaucar atreot; $8,500, 401118 feet. s-roo 0 frame house on Chaucer street. H. Sadresch 7 Co. FOR SALE---BOOM 1OTSIDEN'E ON WEST side, bath room, we finished, 81,20 rash balance to suit. Steele a Clementa. Olt SALE-l1INE. 85x8-. 8-ROOM BRICK. Scellar, water. etc. on tialeolg street; $8,8h0, 42x se, l-room brick, collar, water, etce. on 1and sihsre'$,0,5xO feet, 8i-room frame 5-room frame houce on Broadway. E. o. 7rench ,4tCo. FOR BALE-Niu-4O OELT ON LYNDALE ADE ate aditabargain; terms to olo t. Steele t& Clements. OR SALE-RES,0DENCE ON WEST' SIDE. Fr close to business center, lare let, east front. very desirable hom a te. E ta Clemenhs. UOR SALE-.Flt0 FINE M EW B Il-HO M iframo dwsuing. bth room complete, only r monutes' walk from Main street: terms easy. Wallace A Thornburghs. Denver buildiorc. F OR SALE-$1,00, A FINE 4-ROOM HOUSE io Flower Garden addition, close to N. P. depotianiali rash payment, easy terms for hal ance. Walace &hornburgh, Denver building. 'OR SALE-CHOICE CORNERS AND IN r e s ide lotsInLenoxatfrom $14 to $20 ter foot; also bargains in Floweree. Easterly Blake. Beattie. Flower Goaden and Ilerehfisla dcditions Examine our lists. Wallace A Thornburgh, Denver building. FOR SALE-CWRNE LOTS 180L150 on best residence street In the city; fil0 ie of the east side end valley. Address box 777, city poaloflire. FOR SALE-FO R $Y00 GOOD BUILDING brlot 501150 on Foith and of Rodney atreet; address box 777, city p netofir ck. LOR SALE-4-ROtOM COTBAGE AND CLOS 2 et. pantry, cellar. and water In the yard: lot 25x100 to lii foot alley. price, $1,400 original cost; present owner will rent the place }or Itor 12 months and deduct, the rant from down aymsntl terms very easy. Inquire at premises, 21South Hoback street. FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-50 FEET ON -'Broadway near Hoback; easy terms. Ad dress poetoflire box 2a, Helena. FOR SALE-FINE 8-ROOM BRICK RESI oncoe on west side, only two blocks from Main street, fronts on two etreaet; very cheap. Steele & Clements. FOR ALE-ICE7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE oElvnhaenue near Rodney.' Steele & Clemenis. F OR SALE-TWENTY-EIGHIT LOTS IN Easterlyr addition. at modern prices and very' easy terms. Matheson A Co., 7 Denver F OR SALE-NNWO-RlOOM HOUSE Ik BROAD. water addlition, only one block from electric motor; emall payment down, balance install- ments. Steele A; Clements. F OR SALE---1.S00, 75x125 FEET. 4-ROOM frame houee, Broedwater meter line; $8.100, 50x180 feat, ti-room frame house, 50 fset double frontage on Benton and Park avenue, busineess property; $5,000, i14x110 feet, 8-room frame house on Lawrence street; $5,0100, 102*140 feet, I9-room brick boutse on Eleventh avenue. E. S. French A Co. F OR SALE-FINIE 8RO RC O minutes fronm seto isce, at great bargain. Steele A Cjlemente. F2 00i SLE-$5,000 40x0FEET R -OOM frontage on two streets. If. S. Frensth & to. FOR SALE-FINE NEW 8-ROOM BR1CK --honor, Kenck addition, $2.400; email cash payment, balance on long time. Wallace A 'lbornburgh, Denver building. FORl SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST -aranches in Montana, 2,080 acres, every scre can be irrigated and have sbundanes of water, fine range on every side, g0ood market for every thing proudoed, good improvements; will be sold~ et a great bargain.- W.t N. ox. fuold block. F'lt SALE--`2.810., 50x140 FEET, 5-ROOM Lframe house on Ri bib avenue; $8,110, 50x140 feet. 5-room brick hooro on Eighth avenue; $4.t00 42x10 feet, I-room frame house on Btroad way; '4,200. 45x1l0ti feet,, ,-room brick house. corner. Broadway. F. S. French & to. F OR SALE --WAREHOUSE LOTS iN EL -listen, on N.1'. right of way. 1180-. Mathe son A Ce. F OR BALE-ON EAIT TERMS TWO NEW brick cottages on Fifth and Montana avenue. Payments equal to rants. interest on deferred payments 0- per cent. inquire Buckner Bros., owners and builders. Mineral Springs Hociel, (old International site) or en premises. FOR SALT.-W 4,REIIOUSE LOTS AT ELLIS. --ton. en Northern Pacilir right of way only $100; tayable $25 down. $10 per month. Matheaon & Co., Denver bloct. FOR SALE-A HOME FOR $700; BRICK house, Joseph Cox addition. close to Rodney street two rooms, water. corner lot 5ox125, f50 cash. balance $10 per month. No interest for first six months. Wallace & Thornburgh, Deliver building. FOR SALE-$?,000 FOR A GOOD 9-ROOM honses on Kest side; $200 down, $25 per montls. Matheson & to.. Denver block. OR SALK-1,600 FEET IN THE AMES AD Oition at a bargain. The Witherbee An drew Co. (told blocs, FOR SALE -1,810. 25fx112, 4-ROOM FRAME on Dakota avenue; 14.700. 50x84, 7-room trains hanoi, Blake street; $4.000. 4!x08 feegt. 9-room brick on Sixth avenue. heattie; $3,5tH. 35x84 feet, 8-room brick on Heattie street. E. S. French t (Co. FOR RENT-MINCELLANEOUS fCO1 RENT-THE PRIVATE HOTEL NOW occupied by the Misses Nagle, at 109 and 111 (laclie street, containing 42 rooms, will be to rent from Oct. let. Apply at once for psrtien!aro at tians & Klein. FOR BENT-OFFICE QUARTERS IN THE -5Iildero and Manufacturers' exchange building. Inquoire of Will R. Jones, Secretary. 01 RENT-TWO STORES IN THE HAlRVEY block, t rand street. Apply to Robc. Harvey 114 Fifth avenue. FOR RENT -STORE OR OFFICE ROOM in opera house. Steele & Clements. Olt RENT-ROOMSFORMERLY OCCUPIFD by Montana Bnsiness Collsge, in Gold block; elegantly adapted for lodge or club roome. Ap ply to James Sullivan. room 161. Gold block. 'oR RENT-STORE ON MAIN STREET, Iollarge and desirable; cheap rent. W. E. Cox, (told block. OR VENT-FINE LARGE BASEMENT ON Upper Main street. Steele & Clemente. 101 ItIcNT WAREHOUSE NEAR MION A.tans Central depot. Steele & Clementa. FOl ilENT-UNFUIINIHHED ROOMS IN opera house. bSeele & Clements. 1 tOR RENT--ROOMS SUITABLE FOR W housekeeping In very convenient location. WV. E. (ox. Gold block. FOR RENT-SPLENDID STAND FOR grocery store. corner room, close in weet e~ds. low rent 00 2 to 5i sars' lease. Wallace & 'rhornburgh. Denver building. LOH ltlN'T-U NFU tNIS)ED 1OOMS AND 1 apartments of all kinds and in desirable locations. t $4 to it per room, tall and exam inesor list. W'allass & Ihornburgh, Denover building. 'OR RENT LARGE LIGHT STORE IN DEN var buildiog has everty convenience. steam heat, electric lights. wat'tr in etore; gtool terms will I" mwde to the right Irrtas 00 long lease. Apply to Wallace & '2Thornburgh, Dlenver build ung. bOlR LENT--STORE CLOSE TO MAIN Sstreet- plendid buintess location. low rent. Apply to ýkallaoe &t Thiornburgh, Djenver bothl tog. L'Ol RENT--LIHTiI¶ BASIEMIENI' ON MAIN setreet; low rent to dealrable tenants. Apply to Wallace A 'ornbuorgh. Denver bildinag. FOUND. OUNJ8D K. OF P. 1IN. CALL AT TIllS F OUND - A DOLLAR BANGLIC WITH 1 name thereon. Call at this office, LOST. L OST-I'OCKETBIX)K. RETURN TO 810 Vower buildins for reward. 8 - uhmae.4ct4wagat, ou& Foil1r irALE ,I-6 B lm 8 C Uý!+rl>ýMBEL, ofiloietook, a LCagan Adras . th isp OFr8 eEAN EDP FR iNIhTU si uss. reg man post wn Ue W ANnTP Ti aONdEs twE O AI A an JAItue 11ANo w8TdA W N E WNO TOI D HBY ANVEO F r hselgssltha oan Gradse 1de: alde fao bipruaced real tal eenas. Steele A Clem-nts. entslet n. red 1 . 4>9 b two onice. F O BAK-A ELGAN HORLOY VERYT fur, sal .cea oss nixth bLO. t beithn i usItid e mo n the, ma cNotn addews A I0S tLLA NEOot. W ANTED -PCATIE O UNDN RilVONE ltands diti ag to arge ar dwelln theaeonr Iand pbain vere erate en terms y Stle caeb W NE-0tooka bara0 AR.R O AddrOs D HLAY belen irn. al en tsree bulingw plan. welan new lowte and desiidng toeect on dwellingides reo cnoban west faveorableterlmse nt lyn itU Dsol rclaired dwllnde to and see ebuilding pas.Wllc A Thornburgh, Denver building, Denver build ing. P)ERSONAL --VIARI CO. HAVE ESTAB flished abrrannco h e athi Norh rodoey smare. Sure cure for t nrouels prto et WANTED-W AN TO BUY A FIVE OR six oom ouseon ast Side: $,d50 casts. balance monthly payments. Steele & Clemente. W ANTED-FURNISHED ROOM WITH use of bath; modern conveniences, by two gentlemen. Address P. 0. box 781. WNHERTED PROPERTY IN SWEDEN-IF Ithis should come to the nollce~of E. Sleeve. formerly of (frest Falls, Montana, he will pleasee seed hsis address to him iather in Sweden, as he has inherited money there, B. Nelson, Nalers, California. WANTED - CHILDREN UNDER FIVE years of age to board. 5581 SIxth avenue. WANTDATENANT FOR ONE OF THE bes rom blldn~ain Helsna. For terms and particnlars asdress ., 2t0 thie office. W ANTED-0 to 180 ACRES OF G0ROO HAY lend; price mhss be low and land near Helena. Win. Multi. WANTED-A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF athe finestresidence sites on west side; price low for cash. Win. Moth. WANTED-WLL0 BUY A SMALL HOUSE Wn Aotr hdeeon installment plan, if sold at a snap. C. E. I)., Independent oflice. W ANTED- -CONTRAC'IST RCFH cls welnsstores mand office buildings. We are completely equipped to do aUl kinds of buildingat bedrock figures. Wallace & Thorn burgh, Drenver building. WANTeD-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF lnside property; just the thing fursa row of flats; close to Na n street. Win. Mutth. WAANTED-A TRADERI WHO WANTS A rnhIexhnefor business property. wANTED-TO TRADE 8) ACRES NE.AR Great Falls fur Helena properly. Steels &o Clemente. W ANTED-1,000 SHARES BALD BU¶TEE. State price. AddreessL. C., this office, W ANTED-PAIITNER HAVING $5,000 CASH to take up a mining deal; will hear clos est investigation. Addrese C. N.. this office. WANTED-A BIUYER1 FOB A PLATTED tract of the best residence psoperty on west aids; price way~duwn; half cesh, halasces is one year. Win. Mull;, agent. W ANTED--TO TRADE A 0-ROOM HOUSE on east aide. hardwoodi Sour aud finish, bath, fursace, all modern conveniencem. for un improved property, or will sell equity for $5,000. Steele A Clements. WNANTED-A WELL DEVELOPED MINE, free mislling gold ore p referred; price based on developments. Win. Muth. agent. W ANTED-5,0t00 YOUNG SHEEP NEXT SUM mec for three years on shares; half wool and increase; parties have experience, buildings, water and hay. Address W. H. Standish, State's Attorney, Lakota. North Dakota. MONEY TO LOAN. O LOAN-$500. ON MORTtiAGE, THREE y years, improved property. Thos. H. Good win. Molter block. 0 LOAN-$1,000. ON MORTGAGE. THREIE win yaor, improved property. Thos. E. Good win, Molter block. TO LOAN-IN SUMS TO SUIT. LOW RAT8S - of interest. Steele & Clements. fO LOAN-$2,500 ON MORTGAGES ON HEL saena improved property; will loan in several some. X. I. H., thie office. O LOAN-$15,030 ON IMPROVED BUSINESS Tproptrty, long time, specially low rate. L. 11.. this office. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE-NO tire ie hereby given that in pursoance of an order of the diotrict court. flret Jiodicial dis trict, for the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana. made on the 5th day of August, 1h91, in the mn tier of the estate of Fenjannni C. Brooke, deceased, the undersigned, the administrators of the said estate, will sell at private sale, to the highest bidder for iabh, lawful money of the United States, and subject to confirmation by said district count on and after the 7th day of ptentere 1811 at the hours of nine a. m. to teep. on. o'clock, at lihe otlice of William Muth. 213 Power block. until the 7th day of March, 1812, all the eight, title. interest and esn tote of the said Benjamin C. Brooke. at the time of hie death, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate bee, by operation of law or notherwisee acquired, oilner then or in iddition to thit of the eaid Ilcojamo I. Biouke at tle lion of his death, in and to all those e:rtain lote, piecs o parelsof lrdsituate, lying aolI being inth sidciyo f Helen% county of Lewis and Clarke. end bounded and descceibed as follows, to-wit: lole sightyinine (bit), ninety (90), ninety-one li11, ninety-thou :92) and., nionty-tar~e (L2), in block twelve (12), lHelena towosite. city of Hel ena. Lewis and Clarke county, state of Mon lane Fractional lote one (1), thirty (30), twenty-nine (23). thirty-one (l1) and thirty-two (:2). in block ione lennired and sevei.ty-nine (171); lute one (1), Itwo l2), twenty 2'0). twenty-one 121) and twenty Itwo (32)2, In blo~c eiie huntdrid and eighty (tee:; fractional lots eleven (II), twelve (121, tlirteen (13), ortentren (17), eighteen (18) and nineteen (Iii), in block nine hundred and eight; (ion); lote one II). two (2). three (3). twenty-seven (27), twenty-eight (28), twenty-nine (211), thirty :13), thryoe(1 n thnirty-two (22) in block one hnded h ndre ihty-one (ll 1;fractional lots foir I), live (5i), eix (It,, twenty-four (24), twent -eve xtwenty-sio (211) and thirty-one :31). in btock one hundred a:d;reigdty-ons (1(41; fractional lute thirty-nines (21). thirty-two (12). in bluck one lifundredn d egihty-two (1. 2(; fractional lote seventeen (17), eighteen (18), nIneteen (191, twenty :20), twenty-non: (21), twenty-two (2e), twenty-three 121) twenty-four (24), twenty-five :25) ans twenty-s x t(21. in block one hundtel and ntoty-Iwo (11r2); tote oeventeen (17),eig iteen (1H. nin(teen 111:, twevnty (20), twity-onne (21), twenty-two 22), twenty-thnree (28), twenty-four (2L4) antI ternnty-fiee (2511, in blinck (ue hundred and ninety-four, (11941 fractional lots nine (9), ten ( dt), toes (il), twelve (12). thirteen (11). fotirisen 14), lifet n (15:, oixteen (II):, twenty ai 12111, twe' -so len :,), twently-cight (8)., twenty-ni. nei (.h) thithdy (0,thierty-ne 15t1d liiirty-two :1)2:. ,.nrty-ibree ito( soil tirity-foure (:111, in bnlock inlne hninnnr ii aod ninnety fonur (l115): tramtiennl lot seventetn 1171. in block two lin dred :l ni foure (14:; lois ne e l1, two (2), three: 1.1. fonur :41. twinety-nlne 121). thirty (i0:, thirty 000 (311 and tinirty-two (31:, in block three hun nied (i1islots one II: two 12), three 12:, four (4. fivr : 15. alx (4). seven (7: and eight (8:. in bnlock three hnnundred nnsd one (001) lots seven (7). sight :8:. nine :19), tiinrieein (13), foerteeo (14), iifte~en 1151, sixiteen lil),) seventeen (17:. e ghteon IC:). nininteen (Ill), twenty ((20) sotd twenety-nnie 1211. inn block two hunsmnrid aned two 1202); lots seven (2:. eIght. Is:, nine :101, tins ill). elevetn (11), twelve (121. tii rieeno I:,eovenetn'c (17:, elghteein (18:. in blnnck tare(m hundrced aol1 thnree 1003); lote oine (1), two :2:. three (3). founr (41, hove (2). six 15:, asvven :71:. eigh~t (8:, nine (9), ten (t1n) eleven (I11: twelve :12:, thnirtreen 11. fourteen 114), fif teen (15)I. sIxteen (161, seventeen 117), inighteen 11i4), nineteien lil), twenty :200, twenty-one (21:, twenty-twe 1'2)\ aiid twenity-thnnsn (22:. in block lthres, iiusdnsi and thie sen :131): lonle oils (I). two (2:, inine 19:. ten ill)1, fifteen 115), sixteen 11tt), sevenisein 117). In block three Ilunitelaindi fnourteen (Ill1); all of whbinh iots are situate in tins Srooke addition to thie city uof Helena, Lewis sod Clarke county, stale of Mointani. Hids in writIng tine soy portion or parcel of said desritbedi real estate with be r~celvad at lbs office of Won. Muth, Al Power block. Helena, Montana. until lbs Sthll day of February . lenif. Terms and cmdnlttmions of sae seere follows: One half mmf porhi ase emoiney cash at times of L ale sand tine Salance In twelve momntbs. with io trest at tine rate of ten per cent on deferred WM. MUTIJ. II. M. PAMIVJIEN, SARAH J. Hi1IOOIIE. Administrators of the esemis of Benjamin QI Brooks. deoeased UMings Opera Houset 4 1. IRWGENOto, MANAGER. º TWO PqiJTS ONMy THURSDAY, AUM 20 and 27 Engagement of the Eminent Comellant SOL SMITH RUSSELL In his latest and Greatest Success, PEACEFUL VALLEY, Written expressly for him by Edw, E. Kidder. author of Bewitched and a Poor Relation. Ssale of eats begins on Tuesday morning at Pope A O'(ionnorse drug store. Prices A. 1, I. 1) $1.10; Section E and F X1; gallery. &Oo. Miog's Opera House' 4 J. 0. REMINGTON, MANAGER. º Aug. Two Nights Only 31 Monday & Tuesday - The Second Edition of WM. J. GILMORE'S Glorioue Ballet Spectacle, the 12 -herptations- 12 CHAS. H. YALE, Manager. With 100 People Engaged. TheNvoveltV of the Season. The Grand Ilallete. The Bewitching Dancero. The Lovely Premiere. The Wonderful S~poriletiee. The Mtasoive Scen tTotumes. The Charmong Music. he Moving Panoramas. The higgest of Spectacles. The sale of seals opene Saturday, Aug. 21, at Pope & O'Cinnoros Drug Store. -HELENA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITITE, 647.-49,-51,-53, N. Ewing St., HELENA, MONTANA. HELENA *IiCAL& DISEASES OF WOMEN A' SPECIALTY. Also separate departmt nte for all Chronic dis enies of both seaem. Patients have adl the lacili ties of a hospital. and yet enjoy the comforts and bins-like surroundings of a w. 1 (flutippe d privte institution. The institution in provited with alt modern appiianr'n. noch as cu eh tcitv Turkish, Medical anti Flectric Blaths, perfect sanittary arrangements. etr. For particular', a~ddress: Dr. O. H. DOGG-E, Propr., Helena, Mont. C. E. KEMP, o 0 z ý SEAL-' $3 00, `3 10 and $4.00 EACH. Amo Wax Beals. Order by Mail(. Park Avenue, - - Helena. lmontana. HlOVEY & BICKEL, CIIL AND MINING ENGINEERS. ROOMS 24, 28, Merchants National Banik nlidinug. Helena, - Montana, To Chicago in Lass than 14 Ha01' -sVIA: 2 NORTHIESTERN LINE CSt PM. & 0. Ry. C. & N.-W. Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line ruaning allt its Passenger Trains in less than 14 hours between St. P'aul and Chi ha,. todrain at as high rate of speeeed to mau 4 their lime an on other tines. beeaus this lia. is shorter than aai other line. "The Pnullmn and Wagner Vestibuled Limit ed,' leasing St. Fast at 7:801 P. M., makes the pup to Chicagoin 1814 hours, returning in 1$ *ofle Daylight Express," leaving St,. Pap(l all 54:4 A. K. makes the trip to hideago lr. 18 hours and 80 minutes. returun ing 18 bowrs and 45 minutes. This is the only lijb hchonu oas are Chlrso he astandsouth in the mornlag Close con netious are madp at St. ýalwt Northern Pst and Great ??orthern risa T.~al `V. 14.5a~s Goa. Peeg n. Aat t. Pas)i-Miaa`