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At lLaet These Latter Day Saints,
Otherwise Mormo0s, Say
They Are
The Church Does Not Dominate Its
Members in Matters.
Political
And Polygamous Marriages Are Unknown
-Per Contra, The Salt Lake Tribune
Says a Word.
SALT LAKx, Oct. 6,-At to-day's session
of the Mormon conference a lengthy set of
resolutions was adopted relative to the
statement made by a majority of the Utah
commission in their recent report to the
secretary of the interior. The resolutions
set forth that the commission made many
untruthful statements concerning the
Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day
Saints and the attitude of its members in
relation to political affairs, etc. The gen
eral conference, in these resolu
tions, deny most emphatically the
assertion of the commission that
the church dominates its members in
political matters, and that church and state
are united. Whatever appearance there
may have been in the past of union of
church and state, the cause was, say the
resolutions, that those holding ecclesias
tical authority were elected to office by
popular vote. There is now no foundation
or excuse for the statement that church
and state are united in Utah, or that the
leaders of the church dictate to members
in political matters. "No coercion or any
other influence whatever of ecclesiastical
nature has been exercised on us by our
church leaders in reference to which politi
cal party we shall join, and we have been,
and are, perfectly free to unite
with any or no political party as
we individually elect. That the people's
party has been entirely and finally dis
solved and that our fealty henceforth will
be to such national political party as seems
to us best suited to the prosperity of a re
publican government."
The resolutions further declare that the
members or the conference do not believe
there have been any polygamous marriages
solemnized among Latter Day Saints dur
ing the period named by the commission,
and denounce the statement which con
veys the idea that such marriages have
been contracted as false and mislead
ing; protest against the perversions of
fact, principle and intent, contained
in the report of the commission,
and declare that the manifesto of Presi
dent Woodruff forbidding future plural
marriages was adopted at last October's
conference in all sincerity and good faith,
and that "we have every reason to believe
it has been carried out in letter and spirit."
The confetence appeals to the press and
people of the country to accept its united
deolaration and protest, to give it publicity
and aid in disseminating the truth, that
falsehood may be refuted and justice done
to a people continually maligned and al
most universally misunderstood. Fol
lowing this a declaration, signed by Presi
dent Woodruff. Geo. Q. Cannon and Josseh
F. Smith, was adopted, saying the commie
sieners' report of polygamous marriages
was utterly without foundation in truth,
and repeating in most solemn manner, the
declaration by President Woodruff at the
last general conference, that there had been
no plural marriages during the period
named; that polygamy has not been taught
and that the practice has been strictly for
bidden.
After the usual election of officers, pres
ent incumbents, being retained, the confer
ence adjourned.
Mormondom Stirred.
SALT LAKs CITY. Utah, Oct. 6.-The
Tribune says the conference to-day resolved
itself into somewhat of a political meeting.
The most prominent men in the councils of
the church delivered addresses. The com
mission report, says the Tribune, has
stirred Mormondom to its depths, and the
leaders, in an endeavor to counteract the
influence the report will have on congress
when their long cherished object of making
Utah a state is presented, are moving
heaven and earth. The Tribune asserts
that the language of the speakers was such
at to leave no doubt that a division of party
lines was made under direction of the
church: and that its ultimate object was to
achieve statehood.
Rallway Trainmen,
GALESBURG, Ill., Opt. 6.-This morning's
session of the brotherhood of railway
trainmen was taken up with the case of
the body of Grand Forks, N. D., sus
pended for sending out circulars con
trary to the by-laws. A delegate
from that lodge apologized and
the lodge was reinstated. Re
porters were excluded to-day from
the floor of the convention. At asecret ses
sion in the afternoon the charge of defa
mation of character, madeby Editor Rog
ers, of the Trainmen's Journal, was taken
up. but after a lengthy discussion Rogers
withdrew the charge, with the understand
ing that Shehan would prefer charges
against him later. 'Then the trustee
question came up. Grand Master Wilkin
son, in a speech of two hours' duration,
contended that he had a constitutional
right to discharge the old board. He went
over the entire ground, being interrupted
many times by questions which were gen
erally ruled out of order. He spoke of the
unconstitutional acts of the board, their
usurpation of authority, and their incom
petencv in examining the books and affairs
of the brotherhood.
Outlawry Ramtant in Cuba.
HAVANA. Oct. 6.-The execution of
Eneustasic Menidoz, the kidnapper, does not
seem to have instilled any fear into the
hearts of other persons engaged in brigand
age in various parts of Cuba. 'he intel
ligence reached the city to-day of another
brutal crime committed by bandits. An
outlaw named Manuel Garcia, with two
other bandits, made an attack upon the
residence of Senor 1'. Hernaidez and killed
both him and his wife. When an officer
searched the body of Senor Hernandez lIl
found in one of the pockets of his clothing
a letter from Garcia, addressed to the civil
authorities of Cuirican, placed in the packet
of the victim to show contempt of the ef
forts of the authorities to capture him. The
murdered couple leave four children.
Hernandez was aged 40 years and his wife
who was pregnant, was 32. Garcia's letter
says "IHernandez had been my friend
since boyhood. I killed line because he
tried to deliver me to the guards. I have
never before killed a woman. but I killed
his wife because shel induced him to betray
me. I hurt only those who hurt me."
Quartz Mill Hurnted.
DEADWOoo, S. D., Oct. 6.--The news has
just been received that the Greenwood 120
stamp quartz mill, situated on the Green
wood mine, fourteen miles from this city,
was destroyed by fire Saturday night. The
origin of the fire is unknown. The mill
was completed in 1884 at a cost of $150,000;
insurance, $10,000.
A Terrlllc (iale.
LrvarXPooL, Oct. 6.-A terrific gale pre
vailed in the sea last night. Three vessels
were wrecked near Holvhead. The crews
were saved. The storm is increasing in
violence, having reached the force of a hur
ricane, and its area is extending.
Thought It Was Whisky.
GALENA, Ill., Oct. 6.-Conrad N. Peters
was killed to-day by drinking a poisonous
mixture that he thought was whisky. Three
companions also drank of it and are serious
ly ill One named McKeague will probably
('ly a au entage of th,boys ao
th~e. t di:mlske say eoort to develog
the nitlc ability,
Thern saes boyawho never attempted
to run whO, if they would try, could beai
some of the beat rannes on the trhak.
Even if a boy does not ptove to be as sU.
osasful as that, he will have just, as auoa
tfn out of it and morse for when ma r
finds himself on top, with every ambtion
satisfied, he loses l interest a d iqpt
retire and rest on his laurels, weites [email protected]
mar Rlteamington.
Mr. Reamington advises beginners not te
be too ambitions and not to exhaast them
selves.
Ease of motion is a very necessary re
quirement for men who run distances over
200 yards, for the man who has an easy,
graceful style of running uses less energy
and therefore can go the furthest. The best
way is to practice with some man who if
noted as an easy runner. The natural gait
will always be retained to a certain extent.
but it can be much improved by doing as ]
sugest. I believe that my own success li
due to having practiced with such men am
Lon Meyers, whom I never lost an oppor
tunity of running with. I tried to imitate
his graceful style, sawinging my arms and
getting the motion of the knee, hips and
shoulders.
Starting is another important feature is
short races-in fact, the most important It
distances up to 100 yards. New runners
should be very careful not to praotice start
ing too much, for it is more apt to strait
the muscles, and it requires more energy
than any other part of training, for the simn
pie reason that. is the one thing that meal
be done as fast as possible at all times. I
consider that six starts in a day is enough,
running about ten yards at full speed east
time and being careful not to stop sud
denly. In this way the danger of hurting
the musles by a sudden, unnatural jar i
prevented.
After exercising I always hurry to the
dretasing room and rub down before I have
a chance to dry off. I do not believe in
shower baths on aociount of their weakening
effect, but if a handfull of salt is thrown
into a pail of water the effect of a sponge
bath with it will be found refreshing and
will at the same time harden the flesh.
Sufficient sleep is indispensable to a man
in training, and if it is lost all the exercise
and care in the world will do no good. I
would advise a man to retire at 10:30 and
get up at seven o'clock and give himself a
good hard rub, and after dressing take a
short walk before breakfast, say half a mile.
Church Congress Opened.
LoNDoN, Oct. 5.-The archbishop of Can
terbury to-day opened the church congress
at Ryhl. In his opening address he said,
among other things, that such meetings are
a means of drawing all. bodies of Christians
together and promoting mutual justice,
love and charity. Several members of the
American Episcopal laiety are present.
Harbinger of Winter.
'KANSAS Crr,T Oct. 6.-Snow began to fall
about nine o'clock this morning and con
tinued about an hour. A dispatch from
Luverne, in southern Minnesota, says: "it
is snowing here to-day and work in the
fields has been suspended." The first snow
of the season fell at Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
to-day.
Another Field for Boomers.
GUTHRIE, O. T., Oct. 6.-Reliable infor
mation has been received from Washington
that the Nez Perces reservation, in the
heart of the Cherokee strip, will be declared
open by the president in a short time.
There are over 500 quarter sections of the
richest land in the territory in the reserva
tion.
Confessed His Crime.
New LIanoN, O., Oct. 6.-William Can
field has confessed having turned the switch
which wrecked the limited on the Pennsyl
vania at New Palestine a few weeks ago, in
which three men were killed. He says he
attempted to wreck the train to plunder it.
He is in jail.
Caused by Rain-Makers.
GUTHRIE, O. T., Oct. 6.-Heavy rains in
western Kansas caused all rivers to rise
suddenly and mush damage has resulted in
the territory. Many boomers lost horses,
wagons and cattle. Over a mile of Banta
Fe track has been washed out.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRE.
A number of frame houses burned Tues
day morning at Braddock Pa., and James
McQuire perished in the flames.
Mrs. Arthur O'Donnell was found dead in
her bed Tuesday morning, at Wilkesbarre,
Pa., with several stab wounds in her back,
There is no clue to the murderer.
Richard Vonolinda, a blacksmith, at Sac
ramento, Cal., murdered his wife and then
killed himself. His wife had left him on
account of cruel treatment, and her refusal
to return was the cause of the shooting.
The report that Secretary Blaine is again
ill is unfounded. MoCormior Blaine, Em
mons' little son, has been dangerously sick,
but is now better. This fact probably gave
rise to the rumor of the secretary's illness.
The Norwegian bark Europa arrived at
San Francisco Monday, 160 days from Ham
burg. She had a stormy passage, and dur
ing the trip three of the crew died from
disease, and one was lost overboard.
A wagon containing four persons, man,
woman and two children, was struck by a
railroad train at a crossing in Giffords,
Staten Island, Tuesday morning. The
roan and woman were instantly killed, and
the children were picked up in a dying con
dition.
'TH'1 MA RKE'TlS.
-TOCK3.
FEDw Yoa. Oct. 6.-Bar silver. 96%½,.
Copper--Steady; Lake 12.30, Nov. 12.35.
Lead-IDull; domestic 4.52½.
The opening of the stock market showed that
efforts for lower figures, begun yesterday, had
not. been given rup and first pricel were lower
than last, night's close. Prices began to rise and
then fluctuated up and down. The close was
luiet bat firm, with most of the list at last night's
pric e3.
(iovernment -- Steady.
l'otroleumi -Closed at 62%c.
Cleokin ( losing
I.. S. 4sr ........lIt,! New YorkCentral.110i
U. S. 4t coupon.... 11(t% Oregon nip....... 21
UI. H. 2s ct; ....... VI'i Oregon NaY....... 81
I'aifie Ch....l... . Ill I'aeitio ail....... 17;
Atl.ie,,n... ...... I e I" elradin .......... 4! 1
'anad 'aca....... '',l Io'ck Inland....... 830
Canada býoulh..... 50% St. Paul.......... 74%1
Cetral P.acific 33: Bt. l'Paul & Omahal. :4
Burlington ...... in nu'.s Pacific...... 14t ,
Lack .1. Wertern. t12ol Unilon Pa 'cif..... 41,
it II, t. .,pre .. 5 ', I. . . Express..... t7
Erie ............... 31% Ifargo Express ....:t3.
Kansas&'ILexas.... 18!½ etern Union.... r.
Lrake Shore ......12i leri. (ottore Oil. 2,5
vllt, & Nast.....t8% Terminal.......... 1:l%
tichigan t('ntral.l02 (orag'n lrt line. 25y,%
Mirrour Peacific... u tlie s Lead lTrusts....... t ,i
horterlhsn I'acifi.. 2!4 It. j. Westorn.... 40
N. P'. prtf......... 7,, I1.(t. W .pref...... 72%
Noert hweterr .... Il.t 1t. G W. tots...... 70}s
Norttlwestern pro. 1:18
Money on call easy; 'lo',d offtfrnd at 4;
Crime apetr,. 0,7 i; trlserlg euxchange steady:
ti-da-y hills $4.7Otat; ds nan c $ I r. 0 .
'illt Ate. :,, lIt
tareICAo., Olt. i-i-(-att le -Iteilpt. 10,000r
stoady; top priers for catias, $5.00.H) .25; no
prime orextra Ontivto oni sal;: lredinlo $4.t(trc
4.15; eommon iO.5ltLzt.5; 'Te'xans $2.8 k2.25;
rangers, $r.7'9t1f4.75; l stock.r7s. *2.zL25t:.t.
Hogs--ltceciDos Ie 1,000 blow, Icwer; rough and
comsrmon, $3.i544.40; mixld and packers, 4..0.
4 h0: primeo heav an butchers' weights. $4.M0.
5.20: light. 04.00014 95.
Sheep-iefcuiotW800: active, steady to strong;
natlveewes, $0.5(t1 4.30; meixLdandwethcers, $4.o
45.125; Tcxant, $4.45; westerns. $I.0044.i5.
C7iICAMO FrmOI)UC&E.
(CrtcAo. Oct. 0.'--(to0sod -Wlheat---Steady cash.
951,c,; l)oeenerber, 8%4c.
SCorn- Easy;: coalh. 5t11452: May 41i'.
Oats--t.teadl ; c.ant 2i.1,c; November, 27c.
Harley - Firm; 05i141c.
'Pork-- Steoady; cash, 19.8569.90 January.
Iardl-Steady; $1;.70: January, 1$..5.
Shlloulers ,it 2r, 6i.40.
Short clear-$7.4t81e70.11.
Short ribs--$7.10t1.20.9.
Ihs'eroN, Oct 6.--Wood steady; Territory, 600,
03o. e,'r tine; [email protected] for lioe medium: and lktq
55 for meedlnm; Texas oregon and California on
chatngen.
at home. Addres ItO enton . ease,
S1TUdTI l WATe I. AY
"ddmskerd. at ain.
at home. Address A WSout Ileaotan hoty5.
ton Helena,
SITUATION WANTED-BY A OOGIRL 0I O
U dwork for her board and att rd homn Ad.
Address , T.. this office.
SITUATION WANTEPD-ar LADY OW RIx
by erlene as bookkeemer or stenoulner
('all or aderess A d,, r A W.. itan Adep ent n 6
rITUATION WANTE:D-BY .ALAIYOP {T-O
dre t(i. T.. thiens rofte. h tice
1ITUATION WANTED-BY LAZIY OFLA88
pnerienhe, room ls bookkeper or teoa
Address Mary i. Chaplin. Monominee, icnh.
QITUATION WANTED-YOUNG LADY,
Sgo dseamstress, would like plain sewing.
children's clothes, gentlemen's monding. Boom
n. 20I Rodney.
SITUATION WANTED AS COOK IN A PRI
Svato famil. no objection to small famil
washing. Address Mary, this office.
SITUATION WANTED BY WOMAN TO
work by day or.hoor, or work done at home.
w5 Nprlh Park avenue.
A HIRT FINIERO WANTS WORK 1N
Is ndr orT hotel by the day. Address
Water stres.t
S.TUATIONS WANT SD-M- ALR,
Advertlsements under this head three times
FREE
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIBST-CLASS
pastry cook in a first clsee hotel. Got seven
ears experieno.. Call or aldress . U. Coseo
politan hotel, room 12, Helena.
EITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG MACHIN
eist wants a situation. Address S. Indepen
dent office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A STEADY
young mn to take care of furnace and will
make himselfgenerally useful. Addres N. D.,
Independent.
HELP WANTED--FEMWALEI
.ANTED--AT ON:E AT MRhS S. A FISH
er's. No. 30 Main street, a competent
maker, none other need apply.
W ANTED--A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 707 Fifth avenue.
ANTED-o A GOOD LADY COOK, GE)IMAN
or Scandinavian preferred. lnqsre at
woe. Room 13, Helena business college block.
WAN'1ED-CHANDLER WANTS A LARGE
numb3r of women and girls to fill positions
or iall sorts of work.
WANTED--FIRST-CLAS DRESSM.KER;
no cutting required; only neat finisher and
iraper; good wagei to the right party. Address,
or four days, M., this office.
HELP WANTED--UALE.
WANTED-A MAN COOK' AND 2 RANCH
men, and 100 woodchoppers; 24 Edwards
trest.
YANTED--CHANDLER WANTS A AN
for city, stone cutter.
WANTED-CHANDLERWANTS AT 24 ED
wards street, little white house around the
ornor. 5 ranch men. 2 teamsters. 5 scraper men.
AATED--A MASTER MACHINIST TO
look after mine and other machinery,
mumps hoists, compressors, locomotives etc.:
Rages t.O50 per day and dwelling honse free of
'cnt; foll time allowed. bnt no extra time al
owed: must bs a sober and skilled man. and
filiing worker: the fullest of references will be
squirod. Address. sending references, W.:.,v
ngston,'Mont.
WANTED-THREE RANCH MEN NM&1
city,. 1 short-order cook. 1 dishwasher,'10
coal miners, 50 woodchopper, ll kinds of rail
road men. Orris, 123 North Matin street.
WANTED-A GOOD CANVASSER TO WCRE
in real estate office. Address box 414.
WANTED--CUSTOM CLOTHING SALES
Sman for city trade: none but experienoced
aleemen need apply.; references required. Ad
dress Salesman, this office.
W ANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN WITH SE
security to run as ews agents. Apply at
news office, N. P. depot.
iFOR RENT-FURNISBED ROOMS.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
first floor: $10: 527 Eighth avenne.
FOR RENT-A LARGE. NICELY FUR
' nished room, bath and furnace heat, at 17
South Rodney.
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
Iwith stoam heate, ry cheap. Holter block,
Main street. Mrs. Lambdin.
OR RENT-FRONT BOOM, FURNISHED;
lady preferred. No. 17, South Benton avenue.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nisted rooms. $5 to $8. 516 Eighth avende,
.OR RENT-ANY LADIES WANTING FUR
- nished rooms, to do their own cooking, call
at 550 Hillsdale avenue. Also property for sale
on reasonablo terms.
I7ORt RENT-LARGE WELL FURNISHED
Sifront room to one or two gentlemen. En
quire No. 9, North Ewing.
OR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
F rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey bleok.
.rand street. Next door Hotel Helena.
BOARD AND ROOM OFFEREI,.
FOR RENT-ELEGANT FRONT ROOM, ALL
_1 modern convenienoes; also can accommo
date a few more boarders, at No. 428 Clark street.
tOR RENT-NO 217 EIGHTH AVENUE,
l plea.ant furnished rooms, on suite or sin
gle. First-class table board.
WANTED-A FEW MORE BOARDERS-AL
a to nice room, furnished, at 2t South Benton
-FIRST-CLASS TABLE' BOARD, $5.50 PER
' week, at 21 South Rodney street.
'OR RFNT-FUINISHED ROOMS WITH
or without board. Miss M. A. Finnerty, 517
Broadway, Wood's block.
FO RET- OM I PRIVATE FAMILY
Swith board at 505 Ewin street.
F OR BENT- THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
Swith or without board, No. 19 North Bents
avenoe.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT --CORNElR STORE, 24x50, WITH
largoe rhow window. Splendid location for
grocery or other retail bhusnees; $40 per month.
A ply to Wallace & Thornburgh, Depver build
lg..
Olt RENT--OFICluE QUARTERS IN THE
Ioilders sad Menu acturers' exchange
building. Inquire of Will Ii. Jones, Secretary.
OR REN'--STORE OR OFFICE ROOM
F in opera house. Steele & Clements.
11Ol1 RENT-ROOMS FORMERLY OCCUPIED
-by Monltanas sine~ s College, in Gold block;
elegsantly adapted for lo:lge or club rooms. Ap
ply to James Sullivan. room 16. Gold block.
F'olt JIENT--RTTIdtE ON MAIN ''REECT,
large and desirable; cheap rent. W. E. (.ox
Gold block.
Ft-RlVENT--FINE LARGEO BASEMENT ON
Upper Main street. Stels & Cliemente.
FIORl EN'T-WAREIIOUHE NEAR MON.
Stans Central depot. JSteelo & Clements.
F4ort IlENTI--UNFUUtNIHIiE D ROOMS IN
opera house. Steele & Clement.
J'OII RENT -iOOMS HSUI'ITALE FOR
housekeeslin. fn verl convenient .ocetion
W. H. Cox, Gold block.
1'ORL R151-0 UNFUIINIM OED ROOMSY ANO
L apartments of all hInds and in dsilrable
ort for re ears at 10 per scenlt. Thos. .
Goodwil, illter tioak.
To LOAN-IN SUMS TO SUIT. LOW RATES
T of interest. Steoel Clemente.
Amber Sherry, - Vino de Paeto Sherry,
Topaz Sherry, Sioily Madeira, .
-Viotoria Sherry, Leaoook Madeira,
Oloroso Sherry, Malmsley Madeira,
Imperial Sherry, 1848 Otard Brandy,
Amontillado Sherry, 1858 Otard Brandy.
W. F. Anisette, , - reme de Moka,
W. F. Orange Curaooa, Creme de Menthe,
W. F. White Curacoa, Kirsohwasser,
• W. F. Green Curacoa, Cusiniere's Kummel.
Cumberland Rye, Burgundy Port,
Monogram Rye, Cookburn's Port,
Cabinet Bourbon, Sandeman's Port,
Tawny Port, Tarragona Port.
BACH, CORY & CO.,
Importers of Fine Groceries, Etc., Helena, Mont.
FOR RENT-DWELLINGS.
'OB RENT--50--1-ROOM HOUSE, SOUTH
Seast corner of Rodney street and Sixth ave
nou. Apply to Walace & Thornburgh, Denver
block.
FOR RENT-A LOVELY 4-ROOM BASE
ment, $11; water inside, 524 Eighth avenue.
OR RENT - FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nished five-room house. Apply at 726 bixth
avenue.
FOR RENT--B2 PER MONTH, INCLUDING
Swater. six-room house. No. 829 Eighth ave
nue. Thea. N. Goodwin, Helter block.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms and bathroom. Furnace and all
modern conveniences. 602 Broadway.
FOR RENT-TWO NEW BRICK HOUSES,
eight minutes walk from post office; each
honse containing seven rooms and bath room;
heated by furnace; rent low to desirable parties
taking lease. Enquire at Fowles' Cash Store.
FOR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE- RESI
dence, nine rooms, on Rodney street, near
Sixth avenue. Steele & Clements.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE, 12
Frooms, on Rodney street; steam heat. gas,
bath room, all modern conveniences Steele i
Clements.
FOR RENT-NICE 6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE
on State street, $25 per month. Steele &
Clements
FOR RENT-t8-ROOM BRICK HOUSE ON
Breckenrldge only $25 per month. Steele &
Clements.
-IFOR RENT-NICE 7 ROOM BRICK HOUSE
L on Henry street near the electric motor. Steele
& Clements.
FOR RENT-6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON
E leventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele &
Clements.
-OR RENT-SEVERAL RESIDENCES ON
- Peosta avenue in Broadwater addition,
for $15 per month. Steele & Clements.
MISCELLANEOUS.
W.ANTED-PARTNER WITH $2,500, TO
W o into merchant tailoring business. The
dvertiser being a practical cutter. AddresS, A.
B. C.. this office.
WANTED-FOUR TO SIX BOARDERS CAN
be accommodated at 505 Ewing street.
W ANTED-A FURN.IHED HOTEL IN LIVE
Montana tow. State rent. number of
rooms, etc. F. S. Buarch, Great iall, Mont.
ANTED--1,500 OR 2,000 SHEEP ON
shares, good ange and plenty of feed. Ad
dress T. Sellers, Helena, or W. T. Neill, Ubet.
WANTED-TO BUILD A SIX-ROOM HOUSE
with furnace and bath room complete for
$2,000. Call and see plans; we know they will
suit. Wallace &Thornburgh, Denver building,
PERSONAL - VIAVI CO. HAVE ESTAB
lished a branch house at 119 North Rodney
street. Sure cure for troubles pecullar to fe
males.
W ANTED-PARTY OWNING HIS OWN
. V lot and desiring to erect a dwelling thereon
can obtain very favorable terms. Only 5200 cash
required. Call and see building plans. Wallace
IThbornbnrgh Denver building, Denver build
Ing.
WANTED-WE WANT TO BUY A FIVE OR
six room house on East Side: $250 cash,
balance monthly payments. Steele & Clemente.
WTANTED-80 to 100 ACRES OF GOOD HAY
land; price must be low and land near
Helena. Win. Muth.
WANTED-A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF
the finest residence sites on west side; price
low for cash. Wm. Muth.
WANTED--WILL BUY A SMALL HOUSE
on west side on installment plan. if sold at
a snap. C. E. D., Independent office.
WANTED-CONTRACTS TO ERECT FIRST
class dwollinge. stores and office buildings.
We are completely equipped to do all kinds of
building at bed-rock figures. Wallace & Thorn
burgh, Denver building.
FOR SALE--OLD PAPERS AT A BARGAIN
.' atthis office.
WANTED-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF
inside property: just the thing for a row of
Sate; close to Main street. Win. Muth.
W ANTED-A TRADERI WHO WANTS A
ranch in exchange for business property.
Wm. Muth.
RANTED-TO TRADE 80 ACRES NEAR
Great Falls for Helena property, Steele &
Clementes.
WANTED-PARTNEIi HAVING $5,000 CASH
to take up a mining deal; will bear clos
est investisation. Address C. E.. this ofice.
WANTED-A BUY ER FORa A PLATTED
Stract of the beet residence property on
west side; price way.down; half cash, balanes in
one year. Wm. Muth, agent.
W ANTED-TIO TRADE A 9-ROOM HOUSE
on east side, hardwood floor and finish,
bath, furnace, all modern 'onvoniences, for un
improved pro prty, or will sell equity for $5,00s
NTED--A WELL DEVELOPED MINE,
free milling gold ore preferred; price
based n developmente. Wmin. Muth, agent.
LOST.
OST--A HOAN COLT IIBANDED R. V. ON
Sleft shouldr, and rope burns on the front
ft. Sopposed tohave been lost Tuseday. Suit
able reward will be paid upon return of the an.
mal, at 911 Nlnab avenue.
LOST-ON MAIN ST'PIIEET BETWEEN N. P.
express offieo and It. C. Wellase's gro ery
store. receipt book for road taxes and $40. Find
rwill racerve $10 reward by leaving at lnde
pendont oces. OGo. Henry.
FOUND.
FOUND-A WATCH. OWNER CAN HAVE
Sthe same by provlng property. Call at
Keohum & D eNollie's mill.
FAOUND-L O P. 1IN. CALL AT THIS
FOR SALE-RHEAL ESTATE.
F OR SALE-SNAP-GOOD HOUSE AND 2
lots on east side for $1,880; only $800 down.
Box 817. Helena postofflce.
SOR SALE-81,250 FOR AN EXCELLENT
S5-room house and lot 10x125; $200 down.
Matheson A Co.. Denver block.
FOR SALE--$,500-A GOOD HOUSE AND
four excellent lots in Easterly addition;
$1,780 down, balance long time at 7 per cent.
.atheson & Co.
FOR SALE-RARE BARGAIN IF SOLD
this month. Handsome new house on west
side, eleven rooms and bath, all papered, water,
stable furnace laundry, lawn etc. Will sell for
less than cost, Address "T." box 1022, city
postoffice.
FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT HOME IN ONE
' of the best parts of city. Ten rooms.
large closets, pantry and bath. Furnace and gas.u
Good stable, fine lawn and trees. Will take good
renting property in part payment. Address P.
O. box 162.
eOR SALE-$1,000: $350 CASH, BALANCE
on long time, buys a new three-room honese;
lot 50x125. Address box 777, city.
FOR SALE-$-,750 HOUSE AND FURNI
ture; house has hall, six roomslarge olosets,
pantry, cellar bricked up and shelved city water
in kitchen, nice lawn and trees; hoose is attrac
tive, new, in an excellent neighborhood and
within ive blocks of the court house: price in
eludes complete furniture. Terms. $0 down
balance on easy terms. Matheson Co., Denver
block.
O A SALE--1$50, LOT 8x100; ONE-HALF
block from Bodney street; $2 down, $25 per
month, or to purcheser who puts building on the
lot to the value of $400 or 510 three years time
will be given, Matheson & Co., Denver block.
OOR SALE-S1.500 HANDSOME NEW
. dwelling in south part of the city- hall, five
rooms, pantry cellar, large closets, lot t0xle;
6100 down $20 per month. Interest on deferred
lookentas per ent. Matheson & Co., Denver
1'OR SALE--$100 CASH; 11.,00 ON TIME
/Buy business property twenty-five feet
front on Lower Main re near the Steamboat
block, is offered for a few days on these terms
Aply to H.B. Palmer, room 15, Merchants' N
FOR SALE-$2,000 SIX-ROOM DWELLING
Sonone floor on west side, one block from
letric line; $200 down $25 per month, Mathe
son & Co., Denver building.
FOR SALE-5,00.0, 50I40 FEET, 6-ROOM
frae houase, a corner on Warren st.eet;
$,100, 75x150 feet, 8-room stone honse on Madi
son avenue; $-,500 40xil8 feet, 6-room frame
house, corner, on Chaucer street; $8,500, 40x1153
feet 0-room frame house on Chaucer street. .
. FrenchA& Co.
TOR SALE-$H50 EACH FOR TWO LOTS.
-- eachl 50x140 in Flower Garden addition,
near Montana avenue. Matheson & Co., Denver
block.
F'OR SALE--6-ROOM RESIDENCE ON WEST
' side, bath room. well finished, $1,250 cash,
balance to suit. Steele Clements.
TOR SALE-I100 FOR A WAREHOUSBE
' lot on Northern Pacific right of way in
Elliston $10 per month. Matbheson d Co. Den
ver block. -
FOR SALE-$3,300, r5x88. 8-ROOM BRICK,
cellar.water,etc. on Baleign street; $8,800,
'42x8, 9-room brick, cellar, water, etc., on oal
sigh street $51,500, 50x100 feet, 8-room frame
house, on Ranuer boulevard; $4,500, 5x100 feet.
5-room frame house on Broadway E. S. iFrenh
& Co.
,OR SALE-$1,803. 51x113 4-ROOM SRAME
F on Dakota avenue; P,300, 50x84, 1-room
frame hanse, Blake street; $4,000. 42x88 feet,
0-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattie; $8 500.
8x88 feet, 8-room brick on Beattle street. . .,
French di Cs.
..OR SALE--l,500 NEAT NEW COITTAGE;
= hall. four rooms, pantry, two argeclsest.
good out-buildings: on east side, one block from
tp'am motor line. $100 down, $25 per month.
Matheeon di Co., Denver block.
1lPORt4ALE.-50x'lO FERIT-ON LYNDALE AVY
hue ata bargain; terms to suit. Steele d
Clmeuts.
FOR SALE--RESIDENCE ON WEST SIDIE
Sclose to business center, large lot, east
tront, very desirable home. bteele i Clements.
1[1OR l ALE--WAREHOUSE LOTd IN EL.
F liston, on N. P, right of way, 100. Maths-
son & Co.
ORt SALE-COIINEIt LOT 180x150, on best
. residence street in the city; full view of
the east side and valley. Address box 777, city
postofice.
1Oe SALE--FOR $00 GOOD BUILUING
Slot l50x150 on -oth end of Rodney street:
address box 777, city psoetoffice,
OR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-50 FEET ON
SBroadway noear Hoback; easy terms. Ad
dress postoflice box 6, IHelens.
FOIR SALE-FINE 8-rOOM BRICK RiSI
dence en west side, only two blocks from
Main street, fronts on two streets; very cheap
Stoele i Clements.
-UR HALE-NICE 7-1o001M BRICK HOUSE
- on Eleventh avenue near odney. Steele i
Clements.
SR SALE-TWENTY-EIGHT LOTS IN
Easterly addition at modern prilcesand
very easy terms. Matheson i Co.,7 Duenver
block.
FOIIt SALE-N IW8-ROOM HOUSE IN BROAD
Swater addition, only one block from electrio
motor; small payment down, balance install
monte, Steele di Clements.
FOIL SALE-$1,800, 75x12 FEET. 4-.BOOM
Sframe house, Bruadwater motor line; $6500,
)x180 feet, -room frame house, 10 feet double
froutage on Benton and Park avenue, boulnose
property; $5,000, 84x110 feet, 8-room frame house
on Ltawence street; $1 000, 1001140 feet 9-room
brick house on lsesvnth avenue. S. itrenoh di
Co.
1OR BHIAF.-FINE 8-10(0M BRICK HOUSE
- on Spencer street, near ]lodney, onl few
minutes from potolffiee, at great barga.l. Steele
t Clemetnts,
--UiO|SALhE--$5,600.la 40:1x0 FEET, 9-BOObM
A brisk, bath. ellar, stggasflxtufe, double
frontage on two streets. E. S. French Co.,
FGi[ SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST
c ranbes in Montanga, 2,000 ares, evey acre
anbe irrigated and lars abundancs of water,
fins ranMg on errySirde, good market f . -
atg.egat bargain, w. W . Cox; (Gold
FOR SALE-MEAL ESTATE.
FOR ALE-$2800. 0x140 FEET b5-ROOM
frame house on Iihth avenue; h,500, 50x140
feat, 5-room brick nouse on Eighth avenue;
1,000 42x10 feet, -room frame house on Broad
way; 4 200, 45x1000 feet, 5-room brick oue
corner, Broadway. E. S. French & Co.
jOli SALE--WAREHOUBE LOTS AT ELLIS
Ston, on Northern Pacifl right of way only
1I00 payable 5 down. $1Oper month. Matheson
FORi ALE--,0r FEET IN THE AMES AD
aition at a bargain 'e Witherbee An
drew Co.. Gold bloo.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE--85.000 WILL BUY A WELL LO
' cted hotel in Helena, completely f . nshed.
52.500 down, balance on easy tprms. Matheson
& Co.. Denver bloat.
FOR SALE-A SALOON DOING A GOOD
0paying businesm; will stand close investiga
tion. Cause of selling, owner must leave the
country on account of poor health. Address box
591 city.
1OR SALE-BICYCLE IN FIRST-CLASH
condition. American Rambler, good for lady
or ont's use will sell cheap. Apply at Jake's
loan ofice. No. 06 Sohth Main street.
OR BSALE--CHOLARSHIP IN THE MON
tana Business College Call at thin office.
OR BALE--SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HEL.
en Business College. Call at this office.
FOR SALE-PIANO FOR SALE HAND
come Webber Grand piano, nearly new; will
sell cheap for cash or will trade for real estate.
T. E. Crutchor, Gold block.
FOR SALE-40 HI~AD OF HORSES VERY
cheap. W. E. Cox. Gold block.
.OR BSALE-A THOROUGHLY BROKEN
driving mars, suitable for gentleman's driv,
Ing with or without buggy and harnes; addrsee
A 10, this office,
FOR SALE-ESTABLISHED MERCANTILE
business with a large trade. Will trade for
improved real estate in Helena. Steele & Clem
ents.
FOR SALE-600 SHARES CUMBERLAND
stock, at a bargain. Address C. E., this
office.
-ISSOLUTION--N OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that the partnership heretofore and now ex
Isting between C. i. Garrett and H. C. Burgard,
under the firm name of Garrett & Burard. is
this day dissolved by mnutual consent. The busi
ness of said firm will hereafter be conducted by
H. C. Burgard.
C. B. GARRETT.
H. C. BURGARD.
Helena, October 6th, 1891.
TEJ sEY BLUE MINING COMPANY-AT A
1 meeting of the trustees of the Jersey BIue
Mining company, held Oct. 1, at the office of the
eompany, in Helens. a sfnioent amount of
stoek being represented, it was voted to call a
special meeting of the stockholders, at the com
psny's or ce, in Helena, on the let day of Dec
ember, at four o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of
voting upon the proposal to reorganins the com
pany upon an assessble stocnt basis
H.elena, Mont.. Oct. 1, 1891.
NOTICEO BT STOKHOLDERSG-THE AN
neal meeting of the stockholders of the
oooasin Live Stock oompany will be held at the
office of A, J. Davidson A Co., corner Fourteenth
street end Helena avenue, on the 12th day of
October. A. D, 191, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
election of trustees and the transaction of such
other business ase ma; appear before the meeting.
F. D. PARKER, horetary.
NOTICE OF DISSOLU'ION--TEE LAW
mpartnerehip heretofore existing under the
firm smin of Penry, Purcell & Bresnsn has this
day eoen dissolved by mutual casent, Mr.
Drennen retiring from the firm.- The business
of said firm will hereafter be carried on by Fenry
4_ Purceu at the old place.
OTOCKHOLDEBS' MEETING-THE ANN UAL
. meeting of the stockholders of the Jay Gould
Mining o Hmpany will be held at the office of the
Heleo Livingston uSmelting & Reduction
compsny, Helena, Mont. on Wednesday, oct. 7.
159L1 at 11 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of elect
ing boerd of trustees for the ensuing year, and
the trantaotlon of such other business as may
properly come before it.
O. B. ALLEN, Secretary.
Helena, Mont., oet. 2. 1b91.
HOVEY & BICKER
ENGINEERS,
ROOMS 24, 20.
Merchants National
, ank Building.
Helena, - Montana.
:-: 0, E. KEMP, :-:
SEAL $.8 00, 8..0 an $4.00' ACB.
Par..Wax *lOr byMall.
Park thnue, - - Rena. Montaca.

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