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" i1 .retoo that his liabilities will be
re-t by eonnesotioa of the frm and that
them will he no failure. Evans of late had
b een so despondent over his losed in the
ntock market as to have been mentally un
balanced.
AN OILY RASCAL
Somethlng About Orth Stetl, who Once
Gulled lelena People.
Bausrmwox, Ga., Oct. 16.-Orth Stein,
who is now living in clover as the guest of
the Young Men's Obristian association of
Atlanta, had a brilliant career in Florida,
just before coming to Georgia, Walter A.
Way, of Orlando, Fla., who was here to
day, was Stein's attorney when the jour
nalist was on trial for forgery.
In February. 1889,r Stein registered
at the pirineipal hotel in Orlando
as Ford, of New York. oaring the day
he presented a check payable to Fori
and drawn by Harper Brom., of New 1'ork:
The cheek wae cashe.d and forwarded to thes
New York correepondents of the Orlando
bank. It was returned as a forgery. The
arrest, trial and conviction of Stein fol
lowed, and he was sentenoed to the' peni
tentiary for five years. He got in the good
races of the state officials and was par
doned within a year. Ai interesting feat
ure of the trial occurred while one of the
Harper brothers, whose evidence convicted
him, was on the stand. Harper had a num
bher of checks drawn by him and a number
forged by Stein, Mr. Way, defending the
prisoner, requested Harper to allow him to
examine the checks, and, taking them,
mixed them all up and returned them to
Harper, who was unable to distinguish be
tween the forged and genuine.
Stein told his attorney that he had forged
$10,000 of Harper's paper. He agreed to
pay his attorney a handsome fee for his
services, but said he would have to com
mnnisate with one of his gang, of whom
there were nine in New York city. He said
that the members of this gang always
divided their spoils equally and were sworn
to aid each other when in trouble. One of
his pals made his appearance in Orlando
within a few days, bringing with him
$5,000 in counterfeit money. The sinful
scamp did not linger long, however.
Stein tried to persuade his attor
ney to accept some of this
money for his fee, assuring him that
it could net be detected, and attempted to
have an acquaintance who had access to
his cell to pass it, but he obtained no ally
among the people of Orlando. While in
jail he told the reporter of a local paper a
pitiful tale of his poor wife and children,
who were suffering for him. While im
prisoned in Orlando, with only a common
steel pen, and ink made of brickdust and
water, he drew a beautiful Easter card, rep
senting a man behind prison bars. with a
sorrowful countenance, resting his head
upon his hand, a seraph ringing Easter
bells, and on a scroll were written lines
which would have done credit to Watts,
beginning:
Gladeome bells that long have rung.
That the prince of peace hasrisen;
Can your penetrating tongue
Probe`the blackneess of the prison.
While he was in the Florida penitentiary
the state was offered $300 a year for his
services as an engraver.
WILL OUT-EIFFEL EIFFEL.
An American Tower at the Columbian Ex
position 1,125 weet High.
Caicao, Oct. 16.-The Stars and Stripes,
it was decided to-day, are to wave 1,125 feet
above ground during the World's fair, from
an Ameriean tower that will out-Eiffel the
Paris tower. The builder is to be Andrew
Carnegie, of Pittsburg. Over 25,000 people
will be ooommodated in the tower at one
time, and two of the many elevators are to
start from the ground and run more than
1,000 feet upwithout change or stoe,directly
to the lookout landing. The width of the
tower at the foundation level is to be 440
eeat in each direction. The Keystone
Rridge company, of Pittsburg. one of Car
negie'a concerns, has agreed to construct
the metal portion of the tower snd have it
completed Feb. 1. 1193. The actual coet of
the tower is estimated at a million and a
half, $110000 less than the Eiffel tower, the
difer~ace being in the greater simplicity in
desidn and the use of standard and
mnarachatable sizes of steel There are to
be three landings. the first 200 feet from the
pound, will accommodate at one time on
the colonnade four or fve thousand people.
Inside the colonnade is space sufficient to
build four hotels or restaurants, besides
numerous booths for the sale of different
articles. The second landing is desired as
a grand promenade in day time and dancing
hall in the evening and will accommodate
5,000 people. The upper landing, 1,000
feet from the ground, will accommodate
1,200 to 1,500 people, and above this there
will be offices for the signal service, scien
tific investigation, etc. Above this is to be
a circular electric railway carrying electric
lights by night and signals by day. Above
this will be a lighthouse to be provided with
the most powerful reflector ever con
structed, surmounted by a flagstaff,
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
It is not definitely settled when Secretary
Blaine will leave for Washington.
The German Evangelical conference at
Indianapolis created an annual conference
for Japan.
The Tecumseh, Neb., National bank was
closed Friday by Bank Examiner Griffith.
The failure is not considered to be a bad
one.
The twenty-fourth convention of the
general council of the Lutheran Church of
North America convened at Buffalo, N. Y.,
Friday morning.
The International Medical congress com
pleted its work Friday and adjourned. Dr.
W. Peffer, of Pennsylvania university, was
chosen president.
Cleaver & Fletcher, of Gainesville, T'rex.,
whole and retail hardware and agricultural
implements, failed. Assets, $2,2:5,000; hia
bilities, $200,000.
Geo. Dyer, under arrest in Eastville. Va.,
for the murder of Mrs. Fannie Fadden, of
Cape Charles city, has been taken from jail
and hanged by a mob.
A New York paper states that ex-Presi
dent Hoey sold out all his Adams Express
stock before he entered into the deal which
has cost him his position.
The annual convention of missionary
societies of the Church of the Disciples of
Christ began in Allegheny City, Pa., Friday
and will.continue for a week.
It is alleged that the shortage of County
Auditor Lavelle, of l\ashiauton, lad., in
school funds will probably amount to ,J5.
000, as that sum is not accounted for.
Brother Andreas Dinker, first and oldest
member of the Benedictine Order of tihe
Roman Catholic church in the United
States, died Friday morning, aged 79, at
Pitteburg, Pa.
Madame Astle, alias Georgians Short
house, the notorious ]English abortionist,
was convicted at Denver, and will probably
be given the limit, which is three years in
the penitentiary.
Lieut. BUahner and three seamen of the
revenue tuttir Walcott, left Friday harbor
last iMonlday for Port Townsend in a launch
and since then nothing has been heard from
them. It is feared the men are lost.
It is designed by the Grand Army of the
Republic to erect in Washington, D. C., a
monument to Gan. Grant. The necessary
money to piy for the monument is being
raised by popular subscription among the
Grand Army pvsts of the country.
The schooner Rebecca Taulane, of Boston,
carrying a crew of seven men, is doubtless
lost with all on board. The 'laulane left
Newport lNews, Va., Sept. 20, for (Galveston,
with a cargo of coal and has never been
heard from since.
Conmrades in the Grave.
FOaT RECOVEoY, 0., Oct. 10.--The bodies
of 900 soldiers, who fell in the battle of
Fort Recovery, including that of Gen.
Butler, were interred with impressive cere
monies in one immense grave to-day. Over
60,000 people were present.
a*lo uAnd fintoluia are lu e
tolleities about our weltgee oa "
said Jay Cooke, Jr., the bit Aa
banker,vat the Auditorium. "Ml A n
of the London board of trade wsa I ,et
that we will have a financial r$ula hoete lb
the United States by next Febbi..Ip.
en need nboet worry about aem.
better financial condition to-day that qa
land is. and if I am not mistaken there will
be a financial crisis in England before
there is one hire.
"The EnIlieh are so fearful about our
welfare. They were equally concerned let
the tariff should break us all up. It did not
do so, and now they era frettlng about the
time we will have handling the silver ques
tion. Mr. Gifen says we will be choked up
with silver, does he? Well, he needn't worry.
All our silver certificates represent so many
dollars' worth of merchantable silver bul
lion that will sell for, as a commodity, the
amount of the certificates in gold in any
finanelal center of the world. Mr. Giffen,
in common with others, makes the mistake
of thinking that our silver certificates rep
resent so many coined dollars. They do
not. They represent bullion.
"There is not too much silver, You
haven't got any more silver than you can
use, have you? Neither have I. Neither
has anybody. We won't choke with silver.
We have millions of greenbacks outstand
ing yet and they don't 'choke' us. Where
did the English send for gold recently
when they were hardup? W ny, to the United
States. And now it is all coming back in
payment for brendstuffs that England has
to buy from us, and to my thinking Eng
land will find herself in a 'erisiq' before
they get through sending gold over here.
No, our foreign friends have no occasion to
lose sleep fretting over our financial con
dition. There is none of them so well off.
"I think American railway securities will
continue to improve. It is being demon
strated that they are as a rule able to with
seand any amount almost of financial de
pression. The prices prevailing hitherto
for railroad stocks have been too low and
the market is beginning to approximate the
actual worth of the securities."
Heard From.
SITTrLE, Wash., Oct. 16.-The apprehen
sion felt for the safety of Lieut. Russell
and party was allayed to-day by the re
cept of a letter from him, bearing date of
Sept. 23. The ascent of Mount St. Elias
was attempted, but unsuccessfully. The
party reached a height of 14,000 feet, leav
ing a thonsand feet yet to be surmounted.
Three Children Cremated.
HELENA, Ark., Oct. 16.-News has been
received here of the burning to death of
three ehildren on the Crewes plantation,
across the river in Mississippi. The
parents of the children had left them in a
house while they went out in the field to
work.
Things Worth Remembering.
That it is dangerous to stand near a tall
tree or spire during a thunder storm; that
the southwest corner of the cellar is the
"cyclone safety point;" that there is no
medicine so universally applicable to sick
ness as fresh air and sunshine; that blow
ing out the gas, before retiring is funny-to
everybody except the man who tries it;
that you may swear as hard as you please,
but it will not remove grease spots; that the
Wisconsin Central is the most popular
route to Milwaukee, Chicago, and points
east and south. For tickets, etc., apply to
any ticket agent.
Dyspepsia.
That nightmare of man's existence which
makes food a mockery and banishes sleep
from weary eyes, readily yields to the po
tent influence of the celebrated English
Dandelion Tonic. It tones up the digestive
organs, restores the appetite, makes as
similation of food possible and invigorates
the whole system. All druggists sell if at
$1 per bottle.
THE MARKETS.
ETOCK3.
Frw Tons. Oct. 16.-Bar silver. Io.
Copper-Weak; Lake, October, $19.00.
Laad-Dull: domestic, $4.81.
The stock market to-day was more active and
decidedly stronger, the feeling of confidence here
being greatly aided by liberal buying for foreign
era. With one or two slight exceptions there
were no set-backs during the day. New York
Central and Atchison were especially active and
the former is up 1% and the latter 1 to-night.
Union Pacific gained 14 and Norther Pacific 1h.
Governmenta-Firm.
Petroleum-Closed at S1lic.
Closins Closing
U. S. Isr eg........1165 New YorkCentral.107%
U. S. 4s coupon....llt% Oregon imp...... 11
U. S. 2s reg....... 10(14 Oregon Nay....... 74
Pacifi6ss.......... 111 Pacific Mail....... 5
Atchison.......... 444 , leading........... 414
Canada Pae....... Bo4 )eck Island....... 82
Canada South..... 594 St. Paul........... 74I
C:entral Pacific ... °8i4 St. Paul & Omaha. 314
Burlington ....... 994 Texas Pacific...... 11
Lack & Western..1427, Union Pacific..... 413
D A I. G.,pref.. 47 L. S.Exress..... 54
Erie .............. 304 largo Express..11..8
Kansas Texa.... 17i Te.tern Union.... .8,
Lake Shore .......124' . morri. CottonOil. 25
l,'ville & Nesht....i 7t., Terminal.......... 131%
Michigan ('entral.10,. Oresrn schort Line. 23n
Missouri Pacific... 610 Lead Trusts....... 11401
Northern Pacitic.. 28% .. ci. Western... 40',
N. P. pref ........ 75:1 . .. W f. prf......723
Northwestern....11 . 5 G. W. lets...... 74
Northwestern pf..137y'i
Money on call easy: closed offered at 8;
prime pae:,. 5471,.; sterling exchange quiet:
firm; 6O-day bills $I.tO.; demand $4.90.
Cncoon. Oct. lii.-Cattle--RecelotS, 11,00:;
,tdeady to stronger. at too itrices for natives. $5.50
t5..0': nes i iisnl. $5. em00.'75; others, $ 12.404.04 .
'l'n, nst 3.4.J,2.'.4); raangero, $3.1004.l0: stockers,
-liege-Receipts, 20.000: steady; rogh and
common, l.1t00.L4.25: mixedl andl iackere, $4.:[email protected]
4.O: prime havy and botchers' weighlto. $4.50
Sloep Ito, oipt-. ,0olO: active; steady: lambso
lower: native ewms, .3d:.50o4.z5: mixed, $4.5145
4. i: w't, hers and yearlings. $*l.s0h5)0; westerns.
4.500l.tOt0; piJrio l'oxans, $4.J.
Chnrton. ict. 0..--elo se--Wheat-Steady;
rasil, l.,iDtauitll; December, B.ke:; Say, Sl.0s12.
('orn--Stealy; caol,. t:1'c: lay 42c.
Oats -EasN; .Seh ' T'c: Slay 'UTAo..
i Harlc--Steady: (..Oi lc.
lork --ay; rcash, P.75: Januar, $11.70.
lard--aulo,, cal, $0.40: Janttary, $4.57e2rtr.
Hhirt [email protected]
ihort clsar.-$7.05Z47.40.
tllholders 41,. 1001.40.
BOND WATE .
'rotsl s -,,, or CITIIr,
COUNTIES, SCHOOL
COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIESete.
HIWsHARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers,
103- 16n Dearhorn Street, CHICAGO.
ISt Well Street. NEW YORK.
s0 State St.. BOSTON
0lony r" ilVoi Miinr ,lo I) Oi OMy will Ie
to. at the dd, of Mi'. l eloer!, andl
E.ivingaiin r-ndlttlg lr i nl loIelninll (Og AllII,
lll a, lllonlano , ii 'Ivi.do y, U 1r,0,lIel' 2, I h 1.
atll o'lolsck a. ll.t ter llie iCr'.s,, '4 i''c.tise a
,oloi before it. 0. II. AIA,:N,
.ekcral.ty.
0 lolona, Monlana, Oct. 17. hIt9.
IlOAtI) AND St()OM OrFe1tRiIt.
0FOIt ]ENT'-'NO 213 I,:I(Il'TH AVENUE,
pleasant fsranisH~eil rio-ms, on suite or sin
gle. First-class table board.
4Va ANTEI)- A FEW MOtRE III)AIIl)EII.--A I
' ' Illce roonm, furnisheld, at 2i South lentno,
IItIR.,-IA'-(;iSS TAIII.E iiOAItD, $.7.0 i'Eat
week, at 2.1 South llodney st roet.
I'or winjlslit eamrd. Miss .. A. Itinnerty, b1il
5 lroeadway. Wiood's Iblock.
.' with board at 505 Rwing streot.
RF00 ItEN'r -TIItIRE FULRNIiHED l1OOM(7
with or withost board. No, 10 North lculton
avenue
this ofic..
I1TUATIONeo WAhNfD-r IDKaE.-r
work by the day. No 1 Sunrise toeruae gorner
Sixth aonue and Davis street.
11day by competent desGasekr. Addres
Dresemaker. 509 Sixth aenu
SITUATIONS WI ANJTEID--MAE.
Advertbements under this head three times
lyun awold like to take are ore
•ished. Address K, care of Independent.
1' I"ION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN;
wl work at most anything. Adre F.,
ears this oflice.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENERGETIC
y atnd tem Lrato heould mas, exporended, cop
1st, and wel1 posted so both a ommer etandt
ocilal matters: remoueration no object beyond
rdinga liing exonenser , on Oetnarlerefnes
Aoes furnished. Address u. i'.. ildac
HELP WANTED-FEM ALE.
WyANTED--AT ONCE-A CHAMBERMAID
a.cotrON WANTEDD-O Y A OIRLTO DO
ho right party. oApply 18 Benton avenues.
CHANDLER'R, NO. 24 EDWARDS STREET IS
SJ the place to get work. Helena Employment
v eratihouseworkmn and cooking. Apply at tie
iT AN'lI 1-F lIST- D- -Al . i ESSM4 KER;
,a0n ctting required .only neat oineher and
radpr; cord wagem to the right party. Address,
eor foure d .a , ., this office.
HELP T WANTED--BYALNE.
odinatry lont xs. err
ANTED- CHANDLER WANTS FIVEA
WANTED-A CSOL ENT GROL TO DMAK
secoof knit goodrk. Good pay. Luke's Knitting
thactory, Ogden, Utah.ppy 8 Benton aven
(~HANDLER'S. NO. 24 EDWARDS STREET IS
' the place to get work. Helena Employment
office.
ANTED-C ASTERNT IR TO DO GEN- TO
eral housework and cooing. Apply at e150
Ewing treet. corner inth ave.hinery,
no cutting required; only nest finisher and
draumper; hoists compressors, locomotiv Addresstc.;
foraes four days, y ndthis ofdwelling hsefr o
WANTED-THIINE RANCH M EN NEAR
SFactory, dendeher, tah.
Gol miners, 10 woodehopper, sit kinds of rail
WANTED-A MIATER MACHUNIST TO
look after mine and other machinery,
rad m en. Orris, u8 North Madin street.
TANTF ONE-A GOOD CANVASSER TO WCBR
rent; fulltimeallowed. haut no extra time al
wrlling workerr the fullest or references ill be
requirea tate. Address e box 4ing references, W.
ngthe place toonget work. Helena EmploymentMont.
WVANTED-CUSTOM ANLOTHIN SALES
cmen fIsor city trade: none but expdisher, en10
coalmen minersed apply.50 woodrefhopperencesllkinds of rail
NT E N---WO OUN MEN WIE H SE
roen. Orris, to run asth Main street. ppl at
inew realeste offic. P. depot. Addres b
FOR tENT--FURNISHED ROOEO S.
theplare stow wiorkw. HelenaiEmployment
OR BENT- TWO FURNISHED ALEOOMS
fo for city tradeng all modernne ut eoneienes
14 per month. Call 421 Sixth avenue.e.
FOR RENT-FURNIERED ROOEOMS
for housekee.in " all modenconvenien ces;
FOR RENT--A SUITE OF FURNISHED
Srooms and two rooms for housekeeping, com
plete. No. 52 Sooth Rodney street.
ORt RENT-ONE OR TWO FURNISHED
. roonms. 4.2 Harrison avenue.
iOR RENT-LARGE WELL FURNISHED
' front room to one or two gentlemen. En
quire No. 9, North Ewing.
.OR IENT--COMFORTABLY FURNIHED
I rooms at rseasonal rate. Harvey blol
Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena.
FOR RENT-OMISMCELLANEOUS,
FOR RENT--LARGE WAREHOUSE CEN
trally located on Main street. Apply to C.
A. Broadwater, Iontana National banka
LOR RENT-COIRNER STORE. 4xO0, WITH
large show window. splendid location for
grocery or other retail business; $40 per, month.
Applyto Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver build
uing.
iOR AENT--OFFA I O QUARTERS IN THIE
' Builders and Manufacturers' exchange
building. Inquire of Will R. Jones, Secretary.
tOR RENT--STORE OR OFFICE ROOM
Sin opera house. Steele & Clements.
1Oil RENT-ROOMS FORMERLY OCCUPIED
F by Montana Business College, in Gold block;
elegantly adapted for lodge or club rooms. Ap
ply to James Sullivan. room 16, Gold block.
U01lt RENT-STOIRE ON MAIN STREET,
arg and desirable; cheap rent. W. E. Cuo
Gold blocsk.
- OR RENT--FINE LARGE BASEMENT ON
SUpperin lnostreet. Steele & Clement.b
IOR IIENT--WAREIIOUA E NEAR MON
F' tans Central depot. Steele & Clements.
OR IIIENT--UNFURNISHIED I OOM$ IN
opera sonsa .Steele & Clemente.
'OR RENT--ROOMS SU1TAH LEI FO
I' housekeeping in very convenient location.
W. E. Cor, Gold block.
Ol OR FNT-UNFUTiNISHED ROOMS AND
L apsartments ofall kinds end in desirable
ocstioans. ut$4 to $10 per room. Call and' exam
ine omr list. Wallace & Ihornborgh,, Denver
buii!dieg.
FOi SALE--MI$CELLANEOUM
F'1OR SALE--A NO. I DENTAIs OFFICE;
• will give good reason ror selling. Address
3.. this ouice.
()B BAIE--EIGilT Y FCFET CALIFOHNIA
Sred woo:i sh+'lvse and counters ans window
lixturos. Addri-os M., this ottice.
--. paying, bhiinuro. Addiress J. lt. Wein, box
5:t5. ors callie; 1"'LI 4oth Mtain etrct{.
rcan-hlsa is Mdontana, .2,000 acres, every sore
ranhi irrigaod and Ihae abundance of water,
tine, rang s in sovary oide, good market for *ever
thing prodo-sd. good ins provvnmsntv; will be s2
ta agreat taraiao. W. E. COcx Gold blook.
oar-d hots-I in elolena. comphlttly furnished.
5;A50tt doswn. hbalsecso o easy terms. Matheson
s. (o.. Isonver bloes-.
41)Cl· bALE -itCHOl-tAllSIIiI' IN 'Tl[C: HEK
eSan Ithis-nse ('oliege. Callat this olaae.
L'Ol S.\1lE-A SAi.OON DOING A GOOD
l ayissu tuiasleas; will stand close investiga
tissi. t'alsos of slling, owner usoot leave the
ctssnt ry on auseont of poor health. Address box
t1 city.
IUOl BALE--NCIIOLlA*III P t IN TIIE ON
tanssausiness College Call at this office.
iOt"O HALE--40 Il/Adi Ot HORSlESd VERY
Foilt tAliRl -A TIjItOUit3lly h lIICOKEN
s'drivig mars, suitlahl, for gentleman's driv
ing: with or without buggy aid harness; address
A 10, this osflic.
FeOlt rALE-+ErAI)LISIIE) NMERCANTILBE
busitwaR wits alargotrulo. Will trade for
improved ra reltate is Helensa. Stolie dCaem
elOit. --E. ".ll ('UI
FO U N D.
FoItylt -tI l lilt, l tltt'rvt ruP. WI L
loatitor collar and rhaln. Applyat 0rt.
liUND-ILK ON P. IqN. CIALL AT THWO
DIREOT 8HIPMENT F RO o OW O/IA.
There is, probably, no Our Teas are now im
necessary article of con- ported direct, being se
sumption used in a fam" Our rule is and a- lected especially for our
ily in which itis so dif- ways w/be, to gi Fine Retail Trade, with
ihe most valueos-F t
ficult to get full value Sibea or lthe money. TY at BEST QUALI
for the money as the ar- TY at the VERY LOW
ticle of TEA. EST PRICES.
We propose to sell, A TRIAL Ployv's delicious Ghoc
and do .sell, a better WILL olate Greams and bonr
Tea for the money bons haQe arriQed ard
than anyr other firm they are the choicest
in the state. YOU. goods in J-elena.
Bach, Cory & Co.
FOR RENT-DWELLINGS.
FOR RENT-HOUSE NO. 8, EIGHTH AVE
Snue. Mrs. Carpenter's boarding house. with
ten rooms for rent from November 1. Inquire
of J, L. Israel. No. 3 Main street.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED 0-ROOM DWEL
ling, with batl- and leset, comfortable and
convenient, fine lawn, trees and vines. Price
very reasonable to desirable tenant: also five
room house unfurnished. L F. LaCroix, Gran
ite block, Main street.
FOR RENT-TWO THREE-BOOM BRICK
houses, A. H. Wieber, 606 Hillsdale ave.
F'OR RENT-FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, NO. 899
north Beattie street. Apply to William De
Lacy, (cold block.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED BOUSE, PARLOIT
two bedrooms, kitchen, $26. Inquire 210
State street.
TOB RENT-$50-11-ROOM HOUSE, SOUTH
Seast corner of Rodney street and Sixth ave
nue. Apply to Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver
block.
FOR RENT-A LOVELY 4-ROOM BASE
ment, $11; water inside, 524 Eighth avenue.
-1OR RENT- FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nished five-room house. Apply at 726 Sixth
-FOR RENT-S26 PER MONTH, INCLUDING
water, six-room house. No. 8b2 Eighth ave
nue. Thos. E. Goodwin. Holter block.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE OF FIVE
- rooms and bathroom. Furnace and all
modern conveniencee. 602 Broadway.,
FOR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE RESI
denoe, nine rooms, on Rodney street, near
Sixth avenue. Steele & Clements.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE, 18
rooms, on Rodney street; steam heat. gas,
bath room, all modern conveniences. Steele &
Clements.
FOR RENT-NICE 6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE
on State street, $25 per month. Steele &
Clemente.
FOR RENT-8-ROOM BRICK HOUSE O1
Breckenridge only $25 per month. Steele &
Clements.
FOR RENT-NICE 7 ROOM BRICK HOUSE
on Henry street near the electric motor. Steele
d6 Clements,.
1OR RENT---ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON
Eleventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele &
Clements.
FOR RENT-BEVERAL RESIDENCES ON
Peosta avenue in Broadwater addition,
for $15 per month. Steele & Clements.
IMISCELLANEOUS.
W.ANTED-A (.ENTLEMAN OF SOBER
habits, to rent a single furnished room; $S
per month. 526 Highland street.
WTANTED-TO TRADE FOR CITY LOTS OR
acreage, my equity ($1,500) in a fine resi
Ience having all modern improvements, incind.
ing bath ann furnace, Address lianeroft, P. 0.
box 813, Helena.
PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN IN IAINTING.
Address M. E., this office.
WANTED-FOUR TO SIX BOARDERS CAN
be accommodated at 505 Ewing street.
WANTED-AFURNISHED HOTEL IN LIVE
Montana town. rtate rent, number of
rooms, etc. F. S. Buorch, Great all, Mont.
WANTED -TO BUILD A SIX-ROOM HOUSE
with furnace and bath room complete for
$21000. Call and see plane; we know they will
set. Wallace &Thornburgb, Denver building.
PERSONAL - VIAVI CO. HAVE ESTAB
lished a branch house at 119 North Rodney
street Sure cure for troubles peculiar to fe
male.
WANTED-PARTY OWNING HIS OWN
lot and desiring to erect a dwelling thereon
can obtain very favorable terms. Only $200 cash
renuired. Call and see building plans. Wallace
&Thornburgh, 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 & Clements.
W ANTED-80 to 160 ACRES OF GOOD HAY
land; price must be low and land near
Helena. W1n. Muth.
WAN'rED--A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF
l tho fiest residence sites on west side; price
low for rash. Win. ;uth.
WANT'ED--WILL .BUY A SMALL HOUSYE
on went id., on installment plan, if sold at
aenrap. ,.1. l_., Indopendent office.
W'ANTEU--'CONTIbACT TO ERECT FIlST.
clas dwellino stores and office bildings.
We are completely equipped to do all kinds of
building at bed-rock iligures. Wallace & Thorn
burgh, Denver building.
WANTED-A BUYE1R FOR A PIECE OF
Inside property: just the thing for a row of
flate; close to Main street. Wi. Muth.
ANTED-A TIUADEIt WHO WANTS A
ranh in exchange for business property.
Win. Multh.
10 ANTED-TO TRADE 80 ACRES NEAR
Great Falls for Helena property. Steele &
Clements.
UOI SALE--WAIEHOUSid LOT'S IN El.
1liton, on N.. right of way, $100. Mathbe
eon A Co.
AlNTED--PAIITNEII HAVING $5,000 CAtSH
W t ttake u a mining deal; will bear lo.e
at investigation. Addrss C. E., this office.
ANTED-A BUYEII FOR A PLATTED
tract of the bent residence property on
west side; price way.down; half cash, balance in
one year. Wm. Moth, asent.
WANTED--TO TRADE A 9-ROOM HOUSE
on east side, hardwood foor and finish.
bath, furnace, all modern oonevenlensee. for un
impro.vs. piroperty, or will sell equity for $5,000.
Steele A Clements.
WANTED-A WELL DEVELOPED MINE,
befree milling gold ore reerrled; price
based on developments. Wm. Muth, erent.
MONEY TO LOAN.
aof i.ter. SSteele Clement..
FOR SALE--0REAL ESTATE.
I AOR BALE-NEW EIX-ROOM, AND BATH
room house, corner lot, 50x100; furnace, bath,
out-buildings, fences and sidewalk, oomplete;
price, $8,500; small cash payment; balance on
easy terms at eight per cent. Bancroft, P.O.
box 813, Helena.
FOR SALE-S1,250 FOR AN EXCELLENT
5-room house and lot 0x1l25; $200 down.
Matheson & Co.. Denver block.
FOR SALE-$8,500-A GOOD HOUSE AND
four excellent lots in Easterly addition;
1,750 down, balance long time at 7 per cent.
Matheson d& 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
postoflte.
FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT HOME IN ONE
of the best parts of city. Ten rooms.
large closets; pantry and bath. nFurnace and gar.
Good stable, finelawn and trees. Willtakegood
renting property in part payment. Address P.
O. box 162.
FOR SALE-$1,000: $350 CABH, BALANCE
on long time, buys a new three-room house;
lot l50x15. " Address box 777, city.
iOR SALE'-$2,750 HOUSE AND FURNI
Sture; house-s hall, six rooms.large closets,
pantry, cellar bricked up and shelved, city water
in kitchen, nice'lawn and trees; house is attrac
tive, new, in an excellent neighborhood and
within hve blocks of the courthouse; price in
cludes complete furniture. Terme, $510 down.
balance on easy terms. Matheson & Co.. Denver
block.
FOR SALE--s80, LOT sx100h ONE-HALFt
block from odnay street; S downi per
month; or to purcser who puts D lding on the
lot to the valne of $400 or 100 three years time
will be given, Matheson Co., Denver block.
OU14 SALE-$1.500 HANDSOME NEW
dwelling in south part of the city' ball five
room, pantry, cellar, large closets lot 10112
$100 down. 5.0 per month. Interest on deferred
payments $ per cent. Matheson A Co. Denver
block.
FOR SALE--$2,000 SIX-ROOM DWELLING
on one floor on west side, one block from
electric line; $200 down $24 per month. Mathe
son & Co., Denver boilding.
OR SALE--$5,00, 50xil0 FEET, R-BOOM
frame houseom, a corner on Warren txet
$8,500, 75 o10 feet, 8-room stone honse on Madi
son avenne; $1,500 . 40x11 feat, 6-room frame
house, corner, on dbaueer street; $8,500, 40xll
feet. 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E.
r. 1 rench & Co.
FOR SALE--$50 EACH FOR TWO LOTl
teach 50x140 in Flower Garden addition,
near Montana avenue. Matheson & (o., Denver
block.
IF'OB SALE-S--ROOM RESIDENCE ON WEST
side, bath room, well finished. $1,250 cash,
balance to suit. Steele d Clements.
FOtL SALE-$100 FOR A WAREHOUSE
Slot on Northern Pacific right of way in
lliston; $10 per month. Mathson & Co., Den
ver block.
'1OR BSAL.-$8I00 85x8, 8-ROOM BRICK,
cellar. water, etc, on waleign street; $8,800,
42x88, 9-room brick, cellar, water, etc.. on Ral
eigh street' $5,500, 50x100 feet. -room frame
house, on Hianeser boulevard; $4,500, 45x100 feet.
i-room frame house on Broadway. H. S. French
ACo.
F OR SALE-$Sl.00. 2O5xl, 4-ROOM FRAME
on Dakota avenue; 4,500, 50x84, 7-room
frame boanes, Blake street; $4,000, 421x88 feet,
9-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattie; $8,0.
15x88 feet, 8-room brick onBeattie street. It, S.
French & C.
1OR SALE-- I,500 NEAT NEW COTTA(E;
Shall; fo rooms, pantry two larne closets.
good out-buildingei on east mide, bonebck from
steam motor line. 8100 down, $o5 per month.
Matheson & Co., Denver block.
OR BALE-10x140 FEET ON LYNDALE AVE
Snue at a bargain; terms to suit. Steele A
Clements.
FOR SALE--RESIDENCE ON WES1 SIDE
close to business center, large lot, east
front, very desirable home. ttele .ioClements.
SO SALE-CORNEI LOT 100lx15, oni best
residence street in the city; full view of
e east side and valley. Address box 777. city
postlofica.
TOt SALE-FOR $800 GOOD BUILDING
F1 lot :0110 on Sooth end of Rodney street:
address box 777, city postofiso.
FOR SºLE-AT A RARGAIN--50 FEET ON
F Broadway near Hobaok; easy terms. Ad
dress poatoflice box 20, Helena
TiO8 -SAL--- OINE 8-ROOM BRICK RESI
XI deno on west side, only two blocks from
Main sttcet. fronts on two streets; very cheap.
Steee & Clenmente.
kulR SALE-NICE 7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE
on Eleventh avenue near Rodney. Steele d&
Clements.
"7Olt SALE-TWENTY-EIGIIT LOTS IN
.[' Easterly additson, at modern prices and
very easy terms. Mat on di Co.. 7 Denver
block.
010 SA LE--N EWS-ROOM He USE IN BIOAD
Swater additon, only one block from electric
motor; small payment down, balance install
ments. Steele d Clements.
FORl SALE-$1-,00. 7512. HT 4-OOM
frame house, Broadwater motor line; $6.00,
50x180 feet, 0-room frame house, 0 fest double
frontage on Benton and Park avenue, busines
property; $5,000, 84x110 feet, 8-room frame nouse
on Lawrence street; $51000. ixlO0 feet 9-roo
brick honse on Eleventh avenue. It S. 'rench%
Co.
Fu1i SAIL.---FINE 5-BIUM BHICK H0Ud$r
Son Spencerstreet. near lodney, only few
Minutes from postofie, at great bargain. Steele
d Clements.
FOl r iAe r0-- 0 0. E0,lO0 FE-. iaBOOM
Obrick bath, ellar. , ft fixtursd
frontage on two streets I E French . Co.
IOlt DALE-1,i00 F EET h~ fEE AMES AD
tritlln at a bargain. Ihe Wlerhe An
draw Co.. Gold block.
O0t SALE-$i.800 510:140 FIET. 5-ROOM
frame house on ifiehth avens; ,fi00,1O50140
feat 8-room brick house on ats avont;
$4.00, 4'x10O feet, -room frame og.eon tlroed
way; 4, 1x1000 feet, 5-room brick nomos.
corner. Broadway. 51. French d Co.
'1Ol StALl;--WLttERlOUSME LOTS AT ILLI -
1-ton, on Northern PeSlof righbt of wM. only
1CLepyaeblo.kw i, lO.pe. en ston
.district court of. the airt l .usdto.diotrigt o
the state of Montan. in and for the county o
Lewis and Clarke.
nth matter of the estate of Squire Calvert
deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said court, made o
the eighth day of October, 1891, notice i. hereb
Dten, tht Mony the 1th dasy of Octur
18,1, at 10 o'clock a, is, of said day at the cour
room of said court, at the court house in thi
county of Lewis and Clarke, has been appoint
as the time and ace for provang the wil of ai
bouire Calvert, deceaeed and for hearing the p
plicatio~o. Ftephen C. Gllpatrlok, or o he isan
ance tohim of letters tetamentary, when an
where any person interested may appear and con
tt th cigneed,] JOHfn BEAN, Clerk,
ts ignued,] H: J. (.Aaa.r, Deputy.
Dated, October 8t, 191 . ., Dpt"
NOTICE OF PIOBATE OF WILL--IN TH
district court of the First Judicial district o
the State of Montana, i and for the county
Lewis and Clarke.
In the matter of the estate ot William New
combe Gardner, deceased.
Pursnant to an order of said court, made o
the eighth day of October, 1891. notice is hereby
given, a n th e ninetersnth day of. Oc
tober. 1891, at 10 o'clocke, a m., of said day, a
the court room, of said court at the court h
in the county of Lewis and dlarke, hes been ap
pointed as the time and place for proving the
will of said William Newcombe adner, deo
ceed, and for hearing the applicationtof Jame
Gorman and John R. Watson. for the Duance
them of letter ttamentary, when adwhetes an
person inter nj may a pee and contest th
sarme. ' ed,]JON BIAN, lerk
M lm, y signed] L J. CasMnI. Deputy.
Dated, October 8th, 1891.
E1XCUTORS' SALE-I THE DISTRIC
eourt of the First judicial district of Montae
na, in and for Lewis and Clarke county.
Notie is hereby given, that in pursuance of n
order of the district court of the irst judic.a
disttiot of Montane, in end for Lewis and Clarke
county, made en the l7th day of heptember,
A. D. 1891. in the matter of the estate of William
Kelly, deceased the undersigned, executors of
the estate of said William Kelly deceased, will
sell at private sale, to thehighbest bidder for coh,
on Monday. the 2d day of bovember A. D. 1891,
st 10 o'clock a. m.. at the office of the clerk of
the district court aforesa d, at the court house in
lelena, Montana. the following described min
ing property, to-wit:
One-half (%) interest in the Railroad lode, one
half (%) interest in the Unionville lode, and one
third (6) interest in one hundred (l100) feet of
the Mlentyre lode, all situate in Unionville.
Lewis and Clarke county, Montana; also one
sixth (1-8) interest in the (iladetone claim and
one-sixth (1-8) Interest in the Highland claim (an
extension of the the Gladstone) situate on the
divide betwesa Lewis and Clarke and Jefferson
eounties. Montana.
Sealed bids will be received at the office of the
clerk of the district court aforesaid up to said
2d day of November 1891. at 10 a. m.
IC LLAME L. STEELE,
ICHAEL KELLY,
Exeoutors.
MONTANA UNIVERSITY.
UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 3, 189L
Course of Instruction-1, College; 2 College
Preparatory: 8, usinees; 4, Normoal; .n Moste.;
At. AlsoIunstruction in Common Branche.
ABLE INSTRUCTION, ELEGANT BUILDNG
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