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AYSEWiS Al RICHFIELD.
Native Visitors Crowd the Hotels and Have a Taste of All the Fun. They intfht the Bathing House and Strew Pumpkin Pie and eoek lee All About. Interesting to Watch a Giggling Cowboy Spark His Rustle Lassie-Pretty Girls and What They Wear. (Written for THE INDnPXiNDOIT.] Racn. rm, SPaResn, Aga. 81-The most 1 amusing thing about Richfield is the way I the natives lock in and crowd the summer ( visitor on hotel piazzas and in the park. Ift there is a hop they preempt the best win- I dows, thereby preventing the visitors from t looking in on the dancing from the piazzas, and when a Sunday school picnic comes to I town the summer boarders are not in it. The pionicers descend like the wolf on the fold. They infest the bathing house and strew pumpkin pie and caraway cookies a over the benches in the park. The arbors s are taken possession of by rustle beauties t and giggling cowboys, while the honest n farmer sits upon the sward and allows the t wind to remove the hayseeds from his Gal- b way fringe, and mothers in Israel visit all P tle aby carriages and give the city nurse s poeis on catnip tea and worms. But it is a when a coaohing party sets outs out that the ti populace comes to the front. Doors and h windows fly open, heads come popping out, b a small crowd of men, women and children h collect and stand with staring eyes and at open mouths watching every movement w with as much expectation as they would h manifest if a caravan made its advent. The appearance of each exquisitely gowned woman causes a ripple through the throng and the wonderful cascade of bugle notes is greeted with enthusiasm. Finally, when the show is over, the crowd disperses slow ly, as if loth to leave the orbit of pleasure about which it revolves so remotely. And speaking of coaching you should see 1 Lee Tailer or Francis Beard set out with a tr• party of ladies. It was mercifully vouch- seo safed me by a kind Providence to witness an this sight an evening or so ago. A very stunning drag drove up in front of the Spring House, and instantly street and pi azzas were agog. I shall pass lightly over the exquisite costame of Mrs. Schultz and de the virginal toilette of piquante Mrs. Bush, who tripped down the steps and took their seats on the drag. I will merely mention U. the handsome thoroughbreds and correct p trappings, and hasten on to the splendor Ca which exaled like a perfume from the gen- La tleman whip and the accomplished tooter. Messrs. Beard land Tailer are considered the handsomest young men at Richfield. Mi Both are dark and dashing, bdt Mr. N Beard has in addition to his other bean- Nc ieas, a meet magnificent mustache and N. i wonderful head of jet black hair, care- Or fully parted in the middle. He has a figure H of which any man might be as proud as a UI psacook, and so when he stood up for ten or U. fifteen minutes and kindly gave the public wi a treat-nay, when he even removed his hat Te and permitted it to catch a glimpse of that 1. beautiful part in his raven locks. One was thankful to have had the august privilege pf seeing so perfectly beautiful a young pan. And then when Mr. Lee Tailer's sil- ste ver notes burst upon the listening air, like a or sueccession of bleats from affrighted calves, one was again tempted to cry "Praise be." Though coaching would seem to be popu- c lar about Richfield, the roads are not in pa Pstt rate condition. Indeed, there are an gqme very miserable patches in the heart of 55 the town, and the drives outside are only the average country roads and are not to be na -smpared with those about Lake George or Bar Harbor. The drive to Canadarago lake is tame and uninteresting. That to Coopers town more picturesque. Rum Hill is also popular, possibly because its a rum place the for flirting. There is an observation tower me dlrrounded by many balconies, which form str points of observation for many interesting thi points. rep The drive to the old time Cruger mansion is also a favorite. Parties of young people go over these ostensibly to lay the ghost, which is said to haunt this brave old house. However, the ghost is never caught, so the seekers for pleasure are obliged to fall back n flesh and blood, which after all is a very satisfactory substitute. These ghost-laying parties are of course deservedly popular. The best place to see the belles is in the park of a morning, for all pass by en route to the great sulphur spring. Let us sit here a few minutes and watch the procession of fair women file by. Here comes one of the brides, Mrs. Harding, of Brooklyn, a fair, lovely, unassumiag blonde with waving hair and big blue eyes. She is in heliotrope, trimmed lavishly with lace and accompanied' by her devoted husband. Here is Mrs. Hek*er. one of the best dressed women at the springs. She is tall, dark, attractive, dressed in navy blue. Mrs. Hecker is very particular about the minor details of her toilet, gloves, shoes and fans always match ing perfectly. Yonder comes blonde little Miss Lennox, the fiancee of the popular resident physi cian, Dr. Charles Ransom. She is in a dainty costume of rose pink and wears a wide leghorn hat trimmed with pink roses. Miss Walters, of New York, blonde, grace ful, stylish and elaborately dressed, goesby and Miss Helen French, petite and charm ing, with peach-like complexion and brown hair, is noticed. Miss Sarah Taylor, of New York, is a new comer. She is plump with big black eyes and rosy cheeks. She wears a pretty though simple gown of grey and white gingham, end a broad black hat trimmed with scarlet telle and flowers. A perfect little beauty of the Dresden shepherdess order is Miss Emma Fogarty, of New York. She has soft, light brown hair, blue-gray eyes, straight nose and pouting red lips. She wears a pretty pink cotton frock made like a ehild's with a white guimpe. and tied on the shoul ders with black velvet bows. A wide leg horn hat trimmed with pink roses and black velvet bows droops over her sweet babyish face. Over on the piazza of the Earlington, a petite brunette is flitting about in a gray gown. This in Miss Mande Pulsifer, daugh ter of Tenny's owner, and one of the most accomplished little horsewomen at the springs. Mrs. Richard Croker drives by in a russet buckboard. She is a tall, handsome brunette in a stunning costume of gray and steel. Mrs. Croker's children are very precocious and accomplished. Little Miss Flossie Croker is a famous dancer, as graceful as a fairy. Her brother, Howard Croker, only four years old, is also an ex pert at this accomplishment. Indeed Rich field seems to be full of precocious young sters. Master Clarence Barnes of the firm of A. G. Barnes, although but eight, is voted the best billiard playerat the Springs. Miss Gracie Lyon, daughter of Mrs. Dore Lryon of Now York, is a great belle. She dances exquisitely and is a happy plump little maiden, closely resembling her pretty mother who is decidedly one of the beauties and whose wardrobe has no end. Many of these belles are learning skirt dancing. Miss Sparks, the dancing teacher, says it is very pop ilar and by next season will be araging fad in drawing rooms. Think of the pectacle the fashionable func tions will present when all the girls at a moment's notice will bend, wriggle and away a la Letty Lind. It is not yet defi nitely settled whether the skirt dancing will be done on top a table or not, but to encourage the brethren I will state that there is a movement looking that way. One of the prettiest sights at Richfield is stately, white-haired Mrs. Earle, of the Earlington, petting her horse Danny. Al though seventy years old, Mrs. Earle would ride if her husband would permit her. She has been a famous horsewoman, and it was only a few years since that to prevent her from continuing her favorite exercise, her husband sold her saddle. But she, "unbeknownst" to him, bought it back asdhe w oh to own 1d SZt* t witted, ;M c l Ievlul s lli o Mm i abeautliei Rf ble#l btl t ptýt t del nmouraa ni angud ldesnit patliati p the itmmer ftetivities. I And at all the resorts that ftrl with pretty feet and anklae are gswin moae reekles about displaying these attraetions. I was amuned at the performance of a yaun woman in the park the other morn inu. She wore a smart blue costaume with red crepe bodice and little red suede shoes,. She sauntered along, took a seat, and as she sat down gave a perceptible hitch to her lfront breadths. Result, a very attractive and torrid exhibit. For a few moments she rested on these laurels; then, evidently wihlang to be fair with everybody, walked to another quarter of the park and repeated her little aoecialty. It was worth seeing! Paoav PIENINNIS. Copyriglat. A THRILLING TUIMBLE. Dire Experience of an Actor While PFiI Ing Four Stories. Busorr, Wie., Aug. i0.-Mr. G. W. Sparks, the actor of the Fast Mail company who fell four stories through the Goodwin house elevator shaft will survive, and in all p'rb ability will not be maimed for life, as was feared. His experience in falling was thrilling. "I opened the door quickly, anud rushed into the room, as I before stated, to pack my grip, feeling for a match as I did so. I suddenly realized that I was falling, and inwardly cursed the step, thinking I had slipped off a step. Then I knew I was going down a shaft. I kept striking nuainst something which I thought was boxes. My business has so associated galleries and boxes in my mind that this seemed to fash before my eyes, yet I counted one, two floors, and thought I would land on the third. 'I will save my temples and brain,' I said to myself. 'when I strike,' and put my hands and arms to my head. 1 was sure I was not going-to be killed. When I passed what I thought was the third floor and was yet going down, an awful sensa tion came over me, a thousand times more horrible than what I had experienced, and I thought 'mercy! mercy! I heard my bones crack and I knew I was dreadfully hurt, and thought.I would call Mr. Carter, and if he did not hear me I did not know -hat I would do." Several persons heard him call "mercy." TIHE MARKETS. ETOCKO new Yoan. Sept. 1.-Bar silver. 974c,. Copper-Nominal. Lead-Firmer: domestic, $4.50. The opening of the stock market this morning was in sympathy with London, where prices were lower than yesterday. Grangers were all heavily traded in and displayed marked strength, btat scored no material improvement, and closed firm and active at lower prices than yesterday. Governments-Steady. Petroleum-Closed at 61kc. Money on call easy; closed offered at 5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 54.11714 per cent Sterling exchange weak: sixty-day bills. 54.811,; demand, $4.844. Closing Closing U. S. 4s rag........ 111% U. S. 4a coupon....117% U. S. 4;s rg .....101 U. S. 44s coupon..101i Pacific s.......... 109 Atchison.......... 41% Canada Pac....... 85% Canada Southern.. 543% Central Pacific.... 3235 Burlington ....... 964 Lack. Western... 41'a D & r. G., pref.. 4ti0 krie ............... 25% Kaoea.s&Texas.... 163 Lake Shore....... 16 Michigan Central. 484 MissouriPacific... 73% L'ville & Nash..... 773 N. P. pref......... 714% Northern Pacific.. 27 Northwestern .....102. Northwestern pref.137 N.Y. Central...... 10.4 Oregon imp....... 27 Oregon Nay....... 72 Pacific Mail....... 36 Reading........... 359 Hook Island....... 849 St. Paul........... 71;.4 St. Paul & Omaha. b14 Union Pacific..... 42 Texas Pacific...... 1404 U. S. Express..... 5 Fargo Express.... 30 Western Union.... 84 Ameri. Cotton Ol. 2M11 Terminal.......... 14.5 Oregon Short Line 211.1 r. G. Western.... 40, R.G.W. prof...... 74 1. . W. W. ets..... 7ti7 CHItLAGO CAT[LE. CPrcAGo. Sept. 1.-Cattle--Recelts. 9.000: steadyto strong; top prices $5.501:5.85; no prime or extra steers on sale: others, $firstname.lastname@example.org: rangers $4.00404.75; Texand $2.0043.70: stockers $2.057 3.25. iHos--Receipts. 14,000; opened strong and closed weak: rough and common, $4.5004.80; packers and mixed, $4.01405.15; prime heavy and butchers' weights, $5.25@ 5.40: prima light, 55.50 5.60: grassers, $4,0004.90. Sheep-R-eceipts, ,000; active and higher: native ewes, $3.0014.55: mixedl. 4.75t4.90: west ern wethers, $4.1094.55; Texans. $4.10. CHICAGO PRODUCE. CnacAln. Sept. 1.-Wheat moderately active, but weaker. The opening was ltlI, lower than the closing figures of yesterday and sold off 90l more, then fluctuated some time within a small range, and after selling off 14 more became stronger and prics were advanced 51. From this advance the market declined 1%, ruled ir regular and closing was about 2!4 lower than yes terday. Receipts. 2,114,000; shipments, 1,320,000. Rye--B'endy; 87 40. Barley-Quset; 65:Irsic. Shoulders--$6.2tli 6.2". Short clear--7.250c7.50. Short ribs-$6.8500.10. WOOL.. BosTON, Sept. 1.-Demand steady; 60c clean for fine; 571 5io for fine medium; 57a 55c for medium 'lTexas, California and Oregon steady. P]Hi.ADEiLPHIA. Sept 1.-Wool: demand im proved; firm; Montana, 190ic22c: territory, 15621ic. WIlaslWANTED Total lnsues of CITIES I i COUNTIES, SCHOOL .O DISWATRICTS, WATER COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIES,et, Correspondence soliccited. H.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 16i-165 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. IS Wall Street. NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. I)88OLUT1ION OF PARTaNERSH I sP-THi E firm of Douglass & Boyle have this da dis. solved by miutual consent. Gleo. A. Boyle collect ing all outstanding accounts and taying all ac counts sginst said firnsA.ClO). . HOYI!,'. D. I. D)OUGLASS. OTIl('E TO TO('KIIHOLDERH.-THE' AN nual mooting of lirn stockholders of the Pigue Mining & :Milling ('ompany for the slec. tion of trusters and transacting echl other busl nss as nsay properly come before thie mes ting. t rill e heold at te oi ice of the 'omlpaoy. Issom Shirteen l.l:, Atls building, city of irfleuas tour., on Wednesday, neplenther t1th, 1891. at 2 o'clock p. ni. D. . UT'I'ON, Eerc. Helena, Sept. 1, 1901. N THIE DISTIII('T COURl'T OF' THE 'I'A'I'!: aof Montana, in aind for th, cournty of .ewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of hector S. lir ion. deceas(d. Order to show oance why order of sale of real es tateg shouldsll not. b made,. I. W. E:llis, the admsirstralor of thie esato i f lc tor S. U iorton, derteasrsd, having fli ie his ie tliion hsersin praying for rll ordler of sale of thle personal and all tlse real istal(,, of said dcl-ede.nl. for the praelonos e ls r h n ref is ,Ilh. It is thseireorc orsire.d ly this judge of r.aid court. that all lereOni int(re('-tsd init le a•t (.f said deeai.,nd. d ilacr heorer the s:ad distri't, court on WX.dlnelday, the :s0th day of Septistirs. 191. at 10 o'tlock ia ths ft,rernosn of aidl day, at the icourt room of said distric't courl, at tl,, court IoluRse in lhe eaid conlty of I iwis asini (' larke, to show Ivuse wIhy an order shouls siot, hio grautol to Ihesaid F. W. 1l7li a, ss adoicistra ts,r toi sell th real sestale o tf the said dl'seasosd whichi siall bi necessary. Andi thata copy of thise orsder o j)ubliissied at h1ail snve a4sweek for fouir succetssives weeks in 'Ithe Helena Daily Indepsendent. a nows lper printed and publiched in said ,'ouliy of I,rtwis and Clarke. IIORA('E i . 1I1rU'K, Dated August 3t. 1801. dg. NOTIOE--TO (WHOM JT N AY ('()NIJyI.N. Notice is hereby siren tha; in rcc, o dwn;'. with the limitations ansd ionsli 'ons ol thts con tract between the k1.lliitahle I .i ssP.Onssss So clety of the city of hew Ysrk, an! 'cliomal II. Hurke, dated Ma:sh sthll, l8blO. ild a itlt rs,'etrmsn tary reontracts thorti,, t0f agency r,f s.l I homaes 11. Burke, and thso iro-.,atr,erhiiit o Iruske. Ilin tsr & (ompansy, will terminate anl: h:, void from sad after thirty days from the tilt day of Al gaust, 1891. After said dat., Mr. lincas Hlntni:r will carry on the husinrsi as general agent. Hl. B, HYDE1 lie, iresndnt.. Dated this Angust 2t:th, 1851. NOTICE--TO WHiOM IT MAY C'ONCERN Notice i herhy given that tie co.partner ship heretofor exlistlig hetweeu 'lllomns H, Burke and Dinnaa Itunter, issdir ithe firm name r and style of l"Brke. inistor & Comsnpalse," as a-entesoftie Eqnilable Ii ,0 Assurance society f the city of New York. is by mutnual cnnsent Ili. solved, field d;ssolstion to take place thirty days after the 21th day of Auogust, 1891. rl. l)Duncan huntrr will windl up the business of Ithe oo-parnership. 'I. II. 1IlsIKh1. 1iNCAN l IIIUNTI,;tl. IDlled thIs 211th day if Amigsrt, Is8i1. I am u1,,ash.d t:, tarte I list Mr, l'homas H. lu,:.e wiI continu:e so bti a'.rOiated wiiih this nmgs:icy, as 'olio.or. DUINtlAN UiWjhi1l. lisensa, Metlana, ngustit 10,51t91. h A A lt y 4111S n p ANR IELP WANTED--MALE. * dceeem OCY I ft WANTUA TW0.N WANTH Y RAOX MPN- N SI Navr to mdo r de t. p .y ris WdTAtO WANTh-D-I1-OO .LATOU LDY ee =01 0 t,11.(apt. Adh art tet. an, this odie. trenest tin am iews b nthe Ay an t WaNTUIO rWANTEDIA -LAOUR OR B PIOA enaoretio agents, male or female. o.n Ses to be male. No capital required, we fur nlsh the oUtfit. t'all at motor office, bizth ave noe, Helena. rITU ATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Advertisements under this head three times FReE. SITUATION WANPED.--BY WNOMPTENTN girl to do general housework. No. lllNorth Ilodney street. 8ITUAtION WANTD--PY CA YOUNG LADY as nursery governss. Call at No., 0 Rlalegh ae.tl. ,t. SITUATION WANTED-(OOD DRESWSMAKER wants sewing In fsmilies by the day; can cut and flit. Address 511 Fifth-avenue. SI'UATION WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED S lady with references deslres a sitnatlon as houseekeper. Addrees H. I. t ., this office. .lTUATION WANTED-LADY BTENO(CIA K) pher of five yearo' exzperenne wishes posi tion, permanent or temporary. Address n., In dependent office. SITUATION WANTED-TO DO GENERAL rhousework. Inquire at the Woman's Home 20 Rlaleigh street. SITUATION WANTED - BY YOUNG WO ) man, to do any kind of work. Address 717 Park avenue. .ITUATION WANTED--LADY WANTS A situation as housekeeper for widower, or would rook on ranch. Address M. M., general delivery. ITUATION WANTED-A PLACE AS SEC , ond girl or ohambermaid In a hotel or private family. Inquire at 801 fifth avenue. SITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG WOIMIAN wishes a situation at second work. Apply No 20 Raleigh street. Woman's Home. SITUATION WANTED--A YOUNG WOMAN wishes plain sewing by the da. or week. Ap ply No. 20 naleigh street, Woman's Home, ,VANTPD--RY A LADY OF GOOD CHAR actor and ability a position se managing housekeeper for gentleman, or entire charge of small hotel or tewehty or thirty furnlished rooms, or care of an invalid. References given. No ob jection to leaving city. Address Miss Violet Davenport, Helcna. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN t twenty-two years of age, who has had three years experience in general offe work. Refer. ences fnrnished. Address A. G. L., postoffice box, 537. W ANTED-YOUNG MAN (20) WANTS POSI tion in office or store: salary no object willing and a rustler, Address W. L., Inde pendent office. _ITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS German, French and American cook. Ad dress Anu;st, this office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLAS8 tinner; am willing t1 clerk in store evenings, and will go anywhere in state of Montana or Idaho; can speac English and German; wages to suit, AddressE. W., tthis omce. W ANTED--A SET OF BOOKS TO KEEP evenings. Address 200, this office. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM18. FOR RENT--LARGE FRONT ROOM, FUR nished with use of bath. 6008 Broadway, OR It RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED rooms with bath and modern conveniences. 17 South Rodney. F`OB RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED n rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block. Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena. FOR RENT-DWELLINGS. FOR RENT-COLBERT FLATS, EIGHTH avenue. next to corner Rodney. 1iOR RENT-SEVEN-ROOM BRICK, MOD. 1 ern, 918 Peosta avenue. $25. elegant brick cottage.. No. 0-0 1'eosta avenue, $15; seven-room modern, Spruce street. $35; two-room dwelling. Eighth avenue. $8: others at various prices. Matheson & Co., Luenver block. T OR RENT--TO FAMILY WITHOUT r small children, a seven-room brick house, furnished, on fifth avenue, $30. Matheson& (to., 7 Denver block. 'OR RENT-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 ih deone, nine room., on Rodney street, near Sixth avenue. bteolo & Clements 1oIIR BENT-FURNISHED HOUSE. 18 Sooms, on Rodney street; steam heat, gas, bath room, all modern conveniences. Steele & Clements. OR RENT-4-ROOM IIOUSE NEAR N. P. depot: watrr in house, good-sized lot, $12. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver building. F'OIt RENT-NICE 6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE on State street, $25 per month. Steele & ('lementi 'OR RENT-8-ROOM I111CK HOUSE ON SBreckenridge only $25 pr month. Steels & ('lement'. OR IIENT-NI'CE 7 ROOM BRICK HOUSE on Henry street near the electric motor. Steele & (Clements. 'ORl RENT---52, 5 ROOM HOUSE WITH . stable; Sixth avenue near Raleigh street. Wallace & Thornburgh. ienver building. ('Oil BENT-f-IRCOM FRAME HIOUSE ON i loventih avenue, $20 per month. Steele & ('lements. OR ]IENT-7-R1OOM HOUSE, NINTH AVE une; ood neighborhood, house in flret clavs condition, all improvements; $25 per mnonth, \Valler & T hornborgh, Denver bnild lug. FUt1 tNlIT--sEVFltA.A, IRESIDENCIS ON L'eta avlenu in Broadwater addition, for $15 per moth. Steeols & ('lemonts. FOR NAL.E-- MINCELLANEUS& Olt HlAI,. --TOt'1K OF TINWAltR. CitOCK ery, toys, (dry goo:Is, notions, and stote fix tures; will mlnvice aver $2,000. Slake me an off'er, as 1 lhavo town soon. A. E. Marlin, care of P.O. box 772. FOt SALE--PIANO, FOR (AEit: A IIAND 'on;'- Webb, r (; randl. Ian, nearly new; will r'l s'lap; for cash. or will trade For real estate. T. 1,. 1'ruoner, (iolD block. iOOt HMALE--40 HIhAU OH IIOtIRLN0,1 VERY I clras,. W. It Cox. (ldl bldrs. F01 PAIE --.STCIIOLAL Iio iP IN THIE ION tanas Buiness (ollego ('Iall at tllhs oflice FPott hALE SCIIOI,AlSlIlIP IN 'IIIE HE[L enL; ll.rires College. Call at this office, TOI HAl( OA)L N I'APRIl ATVA BAIUIAIN T)IIrt vA ,LE-- A THOiOeHitllYi BROKlElKLN - driving oners, suilablol or gentlemall's driv ing; with or witlhout buggy andflar;ess; address A 10, thls [)Hieo,, FOl ALE ESTABL1SEllD MIERCANTILE buiinese witT a largo trade. Will trade for improved real estate in lulena. Steele & (Ilem ent%. T0ol A.A,:• te.0 SIIAIIRM ,'UMIIEIIIAND I stock, at a bargain. Address ('. I!., this 1;ORl SALTS - IIf-N tId'tG 'AIPIAtR SUITE for sale chleap at i: Sixth averVe. It has bran in mse this-, months, and ooet when now MIONIEY 'TO .LOAN. ý0 IMiAMN IN .SUMH 'ID SI'I'l. LOW IlATh 1 of Int,-rosl. Stioti & CJ:.ncets. rJ'o lOAN- 2,5th ON MOB'"'(liAtH ON HEI sn Jiooutpred dproperty; will loan is several s10s. X. Y. V., tI ie uffohe rjo0loAN 812,ot(( ON IMI'tl)VEIBIBUSINESS IL., thins offie. 'o FORall rp l te fe F O7 8A L 50 x640FE TON ON TI VME d Iro t tarn aeW toý nart S teambottr Aleeork. i ,s Paer 5 e tNa t o n a l o s ek t ýo n rs m en r e FOR SALI-8,0, 0IOE FEE' 6-bOOM 5 frame I7hose, a coere onu arren lteetl .sR .0, .xl~0 aM t. .e p m sto s e ha us e on .d i son avenues 4txO, (tell8 foet, 6-room frame house. corner, on (Ijhaoer street $8540, 40g118 feet1 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. P. h . I reoh & Co. FIOR 8ALE---ROOM RE IIDEN N WECE TON WES 1 s ide, batlh r , well filnished. $1,250 uh, Sbalance to sut. Steele & Clemcnts. FOR ALE-. . R 8 0, 8L OO.1100M0 BRICK, Scellar, watr1 , eto. on Raleln street; $8r00, a42x8, U-room brick, cellar, water, etc., on Ral sigh strmtl $5,600, 50x100 feet. -room frame house, on Hauser boulevard; $4.100, 4X100 feet. -room frame house on Broadway. IE . S. .rench & (o. F EOR SALE--Oxli0 FEBItON LYNDALE AVE nue at a bargain; terms to suit. Steele & Clemente, OR SALE-RESIDENCE ON WEST SIDE, close to busines center, large lot, east flrnt. very desirable home, ttele &Clements. FOR SALE--$S400 FINE NEW 0-ROOM frame dwelling, bath room complete, only 8 minutee' walk from Main street: terms easy. Wallace & Thornburgh. Denver buildinv, FORB ALE--S15100 A FINE 4-ROOM HOUSE in Flower Garden addition, close to N. P. depot; small cash payment, easy terms for bal anse. Wallace& 'hornburgh, Denver building. FOB SALE--CHOICE CORNERS AND IN side lots in Leno at from sit to -$'0 pL r foot: also bargains in Floweree, #eteerly Blake, ieattle, Flower Garden and B erehfleld additions. Examine our lists. Wallace & Thornbnrgh, Denver building. 1ORSALE--CORNER LOT. 10x5ll0, on best residenee street in the city; full view of est aide and valley. Address box 777, city poetoilce. SOR SALE-FOR $400 GOOD BUILDING lot 50x150 on South end of Rodney street; address box 7717, city postofSie, FOR SALE-4-ROOM COTTAGE AND CLOS eta. pantry, cellar, and water in the yard: lot 25x100 to 1t foot alley. price, $1,400 original cot; present owner will rent the place for 6ii or 12 months and deduct the rent from down paymenti terms very easy. inquniro at premises, 21 South Hoback street. FOR SBLE-AT A BARGAIN--50 FEET ON SBroadway near Hobark: easy terms. Ad dress postollice box 2t, Helena, FOR SALE-FINIE 8- OOM RICK RESTI dence on woet ide. only two blocks from Main street, fronts on two streets; very cheap. Steele A Clements. FuR SALE--NICE 7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE L' on Eleventh avenue near Rodney. Steele & Clemente. FOt SALE--TWENTY-ElGHT LOTS IN Easterly addition, at modern prices and very easy terms. Matheson & Co., 7 Denver block, FOR SALE--NEWt-1tOOM H USE IN BROAD water addition, only one block from electric motor; small payment down, balance install ments, Steele & Clemente. FOR SALE--S1,800, 75x125l FEET, 4-ROOM frame house, Broadwater motor line; $6,5100, 50x130 feet, 0-room frame house, 50 feet double frontage on Benton and Park avenue, business property; $5,000, 84z110 feet, 8-room framehonse onLawrence street; $5,000. 100x140 feet, 9-room brick house on Eleventh avenue. E. S. French & Co. F01R SAIE--FINE 8-R(OOM BRICK HOUSE on Spencer street, near Rodney, only few minutes from postofice, at great bargain. Steele A Clements. FOR BALE--$5,000. 40x100 FEET, I-ROOM Sbrick, bath, cellar, etc., gas fixture, double frontage on two streets. E. S. French & Co. FOR SALE-- INE NEW 8-ROOM BRICK house, Kenck addition, $2,400: small cash payment, balance on long time. Wallace & 'Ihornborgh, Denver building. OR S. ALE-ONE OF THE FINEST ranches i Montana, 2,080 acreas every acre can be irrigated and have abundance of water, fine range on everyside, good market for evory Ithing produced, good improvements; will be sold at a great targain. W. E. Cox. Gold block. OR tiALE--$2.800, 50x140 FEET, 5-ROOM frame house on Ei.hth avenue: $3,500, 50x140 feet, 5-room brick house on Eighth avenue: $4.000 42x10 feet, 5-room frame honse on Broad way; 4,200, 4d5x1000 feet, 5-room brick house. corner, Broadway. 'F. S. French & Co. YR SALE--WAREHOUSE LOTS IN EL. linton, on N. P1'. right of way, $100. Mathe eon d Co. OR SALE--WAREHOUSE LOTS AT ELLIS ton.on Northern Pacifico right of way only $100; rayable $25 down. $10per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block. FOR SALE-A HOME FOR $700; BRICK ' honue, Joseph Cox addition, close to Rodney street two rooms, water. corner lot 50x125, $50 cash. balance a10 per month. No interest for first six months. Wallace & FThornburgh, Denver building. FIOR SALE--$2,000 FOR A GOOD 6-ROOM house on west side: $200 down, $25 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block. FOR SALE-I,600 FEET IN THE AMES AD dition at a bargain. The Witherbee An drew Co., Gold blocg. OR SALE--$1,800. 5xll81, 4-ROOM FRAME fron Dakota avenue; $4,500, 50x84, 7-room frame hausen, Blake street; $4.000, 43x88 feet, t-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattio;' $,5,U0. 3x88 feet, 8-room brick on Beattie street. E. S. French & Co. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. FOll RENT-TIIE PRIVATE HOTEL NOW occupied by the Misses Nagle, at 109 and 111 Clarke street, containing 42 rooms, will be to rent from cl. 1slt. Apply at once for particulars at law & Klein,. |'Olt REN'I'-OFFICE QUARTERS IN THE IBuilders and Manufacturers' exclange building. Inquire of Will It. Jonts, Secretary. "FOR RENT--STOItE OR OFFICE 1OOM Sin opera house. Steele & Clements. FOll HENT-IOOMS FORMERLY OCCUPLED Sby Montana Iusiness College, in Gold blocAk; eleogantly edapted for lodge or club rooms. Ap ply to James Sullivan. room 10. Gold block, uORt RIENT-STORE ON MAIN BTREET', largo and desirable; cheap rent. W. E. Cox, Gold block. OR I;ENT-FINE LARGE BASEMENT ON SUpper Main street. Steele & Clomente. IFOn I.Nj'---WAREItOUSEl NEAR I ON tana Central depot. Steele & 'lements. Otlt IIENT1---UNFURNISIIHED ROOMS IN opera house. Steelen & Clements 1OR IENT .-ROOMM SUITAIILE FORl Shounekeeping in very convenient location. W. E. ('oz, Giold block. FOR fIENTI'- SI'IENDID BTAND FOR grocery More, corner room, close in west aide, low renl on 2 ro i years' lease. Wallace & 'IlThornburgh, Icnver hulilding. SOR ItFNT--UNFUIINISI[ED ROOMS AND apartments of all kinds and in desirable locatios, at4 to per room. Call and exm Ins our list. Wall.e & ' lhernburgh, Denver buldling. FOR RI4NT-LAltGE LGtHIT STOIRE IN DEN ver building; liae oevry convenience, steam heat, electric lights, water in store; oail teris will be made to the right parles on long lease. Apply to Wallace & TIornburgh, Denver build ing. JOi IBENT--S-TOILE (CLOSE TO MAIN street;splemlid business location, low rent. Apply to Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver build ing. F.Ol IRENT--LIGHTI BASEMENT ON MAIN : street; low rent to desirable tenants. Apply to Wallace & 'hornhurgbr, Denlver bulhiling. BOARD) ANI) ROII)M OFFIEItEl. E'OR IENT-NICELY FTIrNISIIED ROOMS, L tinigle or on tcli, with board; midern con veniences. 10 South Rodney street. [UORRENT-BOOM i)1 PRIVATE FAMILY Swith board at 505 Ewing street. Ol IINR'I'ENT-TIHiREE FUItNItSIIED ROOMS I wih or without boardo No.1 North Blenton 570nno. FO[ RENT--NICEILY FUINISIIIED lROOMS ' with board, at 58 Mth Io,duey street. W ANTED--TWO YOUNG (IGENTLECMEN room and .ttord $M per month. No.4QJ Fifth avenue. W .ANTED--tWE WANT AO U~ Y A0 I . 1 O ealance aouthiy bpIents, oa Clement --wFoa URN h H.m ROOM WITH ontD-AOen. Ad r AP.O, boOl. F Sthis shrld core to the notice of Sleeve.o formerly of ret ls Montana, he will plee mliar he.. ne B, Nelson, Radt-rs ANTED-A TENANT TORD ONE O THOR ' t six room dnn ea. For tem SANTED- o 1U0 ACIES OF WITD HA l and price moust be low arid lnd n r eontleen. Addr. Muth. low for cash. Wmn, Moth, WANTED- WLL BUY A SEMALD HOUSE at s hnap C.o. od., u ndipeeupnte of.i formerly dwellings, stores end once builinga We ares compltelyesoiped to do all klden o oltilugated bd.rone ftgure., Wallace & Thorn ANTED-A NTYER O A PNEIECE OF TH fiats; close to Man st na. t.or termsth WTANTED-0A t RA0.ER WHO WAN0P A an prineoe mue b low and land property len uth. Wm ath. bANTED--TO TRADE OI ACRES NER lowets or alen property Wteels WANTED-WILPARTNE HAVING MA,000 CAHOU o take op a iung deal; will ear clos-old est invetitLon. AdIndress C. E. this office. WANT ED-CONTEhIl fOR AE LTEDS insidra e properta- residenct the th rt on west side; rice waytrdown; half c balan one year. Mut . Mth, agent V ANTED-TO TRADE A A-ROOM HOUSE improved Faropls ferty or ilena properqtyf St, tlements WANTED-PARTNLL DEVELOPED MINE,0 to takep af m ining deal; w Lferre; pcls est investveationpmntdd Cm. . this.fent ANTED-A BUYER FOR A PLATTEDSHEEP NEXM er for the best on sreidences; kay wool water and e;ay. Address W. H. Standisth, Stato'sin ttorneye Lakota, North Dakota. OWANTED--A DOUBLTRE ICH SADDLE BE oneeas aide, hardwood Blake's slaughter hoe. improved property, or aid sell euity for 0othis ,OST-eelPOCKETOO. RETURN TO ement Power building folr reward erred pr SPower building for reward. FOUND. FOUND-A POCKETBOOK CONTAINING some money i. found, and will be returned to its rightful owner by Mr. C, W. Soderlund, 1032 Breckenridge street. FOGND-A RED AND WHITE CALF. Owner can have the same by proving prop erty. Apply 1308 North Benton avenue. FOUND--K. OF P. PIN. CALL AT THIS office. FOUND - A DOLLAR BANGLE WITH name thereon. Call at this office. NOTICE Of' SALE OF REAL ESTATE-NO tice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order of the district court Flret Judicial dis trict, for the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, made on the 5th day of August, 1891, in the metter of the estate of Benjami C. Brooks, deceased, the undersigned, the administrators of the said estate, will sell at private sale, to the highest bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States, and subject to confirmation by 'aid district couit on and after the 7th day of cptember. 1801, at the hours of nine a. m. to three p. m. o'clock at the office of William Muth. 21w Power blocu. until the 7th day of tilaroh 182, all the right, title, interest and cs tte ot the said Benjamin C. Brooke. at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interset that the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired, other than or in addition to that of the said Benjamin (. Brooke at the time 9f his dsath, in and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the said city of Helena, county of Lewis and Clarke. and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Lots eighty-hine (89), ninety (90), ninety-one ;t1), nicety-two (92) acd ninety-thrse (10). in block twelve (12), Helena townsite, city of 19il ens, Lewis and Clarke county, state of Mon tana. Fractional lote one (1), thirty (80), twenty-nine (29). thirty-one (81) and thirty-two (82), in block 'rno hbnnird and seventy-nine (179)1 lots one (1), two (2) twenty (20). twenty-one (21) and twenty two (22, in block one hundred and eighty (180); fractionalots eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (18), seventeen (17), eighteen (18) and nineteen (19), in block one hundred and eight- (180); lots one (1), two (2), three (1). twenty-seven (7), twenty-eight (28), twenty-nine (29), thirty (81), thirty-one (31) antd thirty-two (0d) in block one hundred and eighty-one (1); fractional lots four (4), five (5). six (81, twenty-four (24), twenty-five (25), twenty-six (26) and thlrty-one (31). in block one hundred ad eighty-one (181; fractional lots hirty-one (81). thtrty-two (82), in block one hundred and eighty-two (182): fractional lots reventeen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (189, twenty (20). twenty-one Cdl), twenty-two (iL). twenty-three (2I), twenty-four (24), twenty-flvo (25I and twenty-six (i6). in block one hundred and ninety-two (192); lots seventeen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty (20), twenty-one (21), wonty-two (I), twenty-three (2), twenty-tonr (24' and twenty-five (25). in block one hundred and ninety-four 1194): fractional lots nine (), ten (10), eleven (II) twelve (12), thirteen (Itt). fourtoeen (14), fifteen (15) oteen (),een 1)twenty six (20), twen'1-seven t ), twenty-eight (28), twenty-nine i21), thirty (t0), thirty--one (1), thirty-two (82), thirty-three (.8) and thirty-four (74), in block one hundred and ninety-four (19ti): fractional lot seventeen (17), in block two hun dtred crd four (204): lots o' a (1), two (2) three. it). four (4), twenty-nine (20), thirty (i0), thlrty one (81) and tacrty-two (.Z), in block three nun tIred (8001; lots one (I), two (2), three (8), four .1), five 1(). six (6), seven (7) and eight (8). in blaock three hundred endt one (H01); lots seven (7), eight (8). nine (9), thirteent (1it), fourteen (14), fiteen I15), irteen (lIt), seventeen (17), e ghtoe: 18)), nineteen (19), twenty (2o) and twenty-oc ('l1). in block two hundred and two (202); lot soven (7), eight (8), nine (0), ton (10). eleven (11, twelve (12), thrrtoon (1I), aeventven (17), eighteen (1810, in block three hlundrled and three (10): Into one (I), two (2I. three (9). four (4), live (5), sin it) seven (7). eight (8), nine (i). ten (10) evoen (ilt), twelve (12), thirteen 118), fourteen (4), fi teen (15), sixteen (11), reventeen (17), eIghteen (18), nineteen (lI), twenty (20I), twenty-one (21, twenty-two (22) and twenty-three (201, in block three huntlted and thlr.een (18): lots one (1). two (2), nine (91. ton 110), fifteyn (1), sixteen li(i, seventeen (17l). in block thres hundred aud fourteen (114); all of which lots are situate in the Brooke addition to tle city of Hel-na, I.ewi, anrd tlerko county, state of oltntanc. Bids in writing for any portion or parcel of said descrihed real estato will he reoeivet at the office of Wm. Muth. 21:1 Power block, Helena, Montana. rntil the 20th day of February, 1892, Terms andl condtt ions of sale see as follows: ine half of puros-se motoy cash at time of ale acd the balencn in twelve months, with In teretal at tha rate of ten per cent on deferred ilsyme ct WH. MUTH. II. M. PAIiCHEN, tAtAH J. BROOKE. Adminstrators of the estate of Benjamin C. Urotue, deceased. N8OTIC'E TO CREDI'TOBS-EF.TATE ON Peter N. Bellmore, deceased. No,tlc io herebbygiven by te oundternign.t, ex erutor of the last will of t eaer I. Bellmore, de-I ceaed, to the creilitore of. aondall persons having elaims ageaistt the said dec.aud to, exhibit them with the necessary votucher. within four montht after tie limt pnublicatlion of this notice, to t e said executor at tih law oufie of Sterling & MnRoflly. 7 GtId blonk, Itelein. the came being the place for the transoatotion of the bauinlud of the said ota(ls in the countj of Lewis and Clark, state of Montana, NICHOLAS IESSLEB, Executor of the laset will o Peter Bellmore, d ecceet., Liatd Beeons, Montana. August 8, 1891. First ptbliaction August lI, 1891. PROPOBALS--BIEALFD BIDS ARE INVITED - for the delivery it the court houes as needid, coal or wood, either tor both. Wood to be sound.l and well seasoned, half yellow pine, half ir; coDal to be lest quality soft coal. the amount needed during the winter will approxi mate 100 curds of wood and a corresepontlding amount of coal. Bide to be addressetl to the undlersignoed, to Ibe received until September 12th, 1891, at 12 o'cltck noon, By order of the board. J. S. TOOKt ER lis.Iena, Moant., Sept, 1, 1891. County Clerk. S` ` with ende greeting to nd W tined. toAns pwet cs ts uo att e tau ol teso O upon th l you oai.e 01t1ono tiledingin the stel o S trd aw partis rt.tment o P )nt o lre s uadid ial cdiou t tia. co" O 78 n tare o to the I tAnd ou are that i C on6 l toyo atato t Montana, innand !ar the a oantO alloSA and Clarke, ihos p1t day or raetemt 'r, no the year neOtr JLr, one thousand eight hunadd and - !ero.n/ er JOHN BEAN, Clerk. , required, h o , Ds puty alerk l t. - " Jc u. CLKrNTS, Attorney oinr plaintih , --HELNAB MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTI 047,-495,-51,-, N. Ewing St., HELENA, MONTANA. DISEASES OF WOMIEN A SPECIALTY. Also searate departments for all Chronlt die erat of th seie. rationt hdave al tIhe fac il ties of a ospital. and yet enjoy the comforts fd hmons-lioke eorroundigs ao fI wel -equisped prlvte instittin. The inaltitutlon is arovided With all modern app4lianos, such as E:etrsaity. Tur kish, thoedcal and Electrla Bgathe, perea; sanlitary rrngnemente etc. For Parttleular. address: Dr. H.. DOGGE, Proprk Helena. Mont. C I IVIL AND MINING ROOMS 24, 28, oTMerchants National Bank Bulldlne. S ,Halpna, - Milontana, .:-: i E. KEMP, :-: sEaLn a3 00. rr.ng0 ed *a.OO EACH. AF O WAIolul. Order by Mail. Park Avene. - - Helena. Montana. . . ..... B CKE New Sioux City Route. Passengers for the East from Helena ant other Western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City the only Corn Palace City of the worlda Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa| Rockford, Illinois, a new manufacturing city, that has become a "world within it. self," and Chicago, whoys growth and en terprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pullman Pal. ace;Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chicao, and with close con nection with the UNION PACIFIC trains at Sioux City, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,, respeotfuily presents its claims for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further partioulars call apon local ticket agent, or address the un. de-sinled at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Ass't. Gan Pass. Agt. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis via La Croese and Milwau kee to Chicago and all points in the East ern States and Canada. It is the only line under one management between St. Paul and Chicago, and is the Finest Equipped Railway in the Northwest. It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep Ine Tars with luxurious smoking-rooms, and the finest dining-oars in the world, via the famous, "River Bank Route," along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chica. go. Its trains connect with those of the Northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of cars of any clasu between St. Paul and Chioago. For through tickets, time tables, and full information, apply to any coupon ticket agent in the northwest. L. SMITH, S Freight and Transfer Lane HELENA, MONTANA. Ali kinds of merehandie' labd other freights adladlng ore, prompily'rnnsferred fram the lpet. Orders will rteels esla'omt attention. Dmracc-At J. Feldbers's 8foaesaand at the Depot.