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the Hermit. tmbled on the Plains in Atn Au vergne Was a Mottled '", ' oAavan. the Company Were Noted People. .n eltditng Pope Urban IL-Peter's Fallure-R-obetlt's aecces. -Peter the Hermit was a monk of Picardy, ho had made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. bHe there hr had witnessed th sauferinge these who tried to preserve the true faith ong the hordes of barbarians who had armed upon and now poseqsaed the lands Asia Miner. He saw the shocking pro nations of the sacred places of the holy -y, and his heart burned within him to ease It from its oppression. At night e dreams came to him from which it as pointed out to him that his mlssion as to rouse the nations of Europe to a q~y war. -irpd with this ambition he made his way to Franc. The reports of his power eoaohing Spread, and greater numbers oned each day to hear him. Finally in vember of 1095 such a company gathered obably has never been seen together ;The plain of La Limagne. in Auvergce. As coveied with white tents, in which were dged 80,000 people, 4,000 priests and 400 shops and abbots were there, while also "re was there one man who was mightier an All of them, Urban II., pope of Rome, whom all western Europe did homage. A lofty stand had been erected in the p~a sir, for no building would accommo ate the throng. Upon this sat the pope, d beside him stood the hermit, holding oft the cross. With barning words and ral eyes he described the shameful ihte he had witnessed in Jerusalem and lied for volunteers to go with to wrest the ely city from the infidel. His appeal was seconded by Urban, who mised all who fought that if they won e land they conquered should be theirs: bfle if they died a place in heaven should ly be their reward. The cross was held t to them and they were invited to come rward and take it to wear upon their per As as the badge of their devotion. Adhimar de Montero, bishop of Puy, was first to come forward and thousands used after him. The exoitement spread And all Europe re tuded with the preparations for this an etaking. Peter. with excess of seal and -solate lack of wisdom, gathered a mul ude of peasant men, women and chil. en, unarmed and unprovided with the peasanoe for the march which,he under k to lead in person to Jerusalem across e mountainous parts of central Europe. toerting food from the people among hem they passed, and setupon by them in senge, the pilgrims fell in every road, out own by sickness, starvation and the sword. ere, no doubt, ran back to their de rted homes, until in Hungary Peter and himself alone. Meanwhile a very different army had been thering on all aides, made up of the very wer of chivalry of all the European na ens. Godfrey de Bouillon, duke of Lorraine, e count of Toelaun. Barmond, Tanored, elel de Ia Fliohs, and many another war ior whose name stands high in history led sir armies to join the host. William Rufus was now King of England; asn so avaricious and unsorupplone hat he never hesitated to take by foroe any seesioi of his nobles that was left un narded, Under such a master it is not ans that the English nobles were loath Sve their castles for so long a journey hence few English names have figured the first orusade. -Impetuous, improvident, trustful Robert I Normandy. however, who never eould tmember evil of his brother the next day ftr he had most cruelly abused him, now nse to William for aid. His generous eart burning to relieve the sufferings of e Holy Land leads him to sacrifieo every ,tare prospect for the purpose of obtain g the means of gratifying the present im ulee. He mortgages his duchy of Normandy to is brother, William Ruins, king of Eng d, and with the money thus obtained Sout his portion of the holy army. The science of navigation was in that age o crude to be able to provide means of rasit for so large an army by water, and he whole force, 500,000 infantry and 100,000 avalry, marched by land across Central grope and over the Hellespont into Asia linor. The pitiless sun, the flinty soil, a strange linite, lack of food, want of water, all ought on the side of the Turk against the ruasaders, pad the path of the devoted ;Army was marked by a trail of graves. At Nicea, at Antioch, and in other places She contending armies met. As a general king the Crusaders were victorious, and on January morning in 1098 the advancing rmy. Tanoted in the lead,:ascending a hill, ooked for the Irst time upon the city of Jerusalema. General and soldiers, prince and peasant, ell prostrate upon the ground. Some wept otr joy at the ,ight, others with sorrow be hause above the temple and the sepulcher the crescent of Mohammed glistened in Ahe sun. The siege which followed lasted for months, and when at last the city was taken the few inside whom the esanults had spared fell by the swords of the conquerors, In making arrangemente for governing ahe, city the conquerors decided to elect one of their number king, and the crown was pffered to Robert of Normandy. who de plited it. Afterward Godfrey de Boullon, rho seems to have been an irreproachable night, was chosen to this high place with its cares, but would not take this title nor the, erown. He made a most successful ruler until his death, only one year later. Thus ended the irst crusude.-Boston Coerier. , Only Wanted to See It. A very swell-leaoking, middle-aged man apparently every inoh of what is termed. a man of the'worl.h, entered a Broadway car omring down-town yesterday at Thirty third street, says the New York Times. When the conductor c~ame in for his fare the swell-looking, middle-aged man ad dressed him very politely, saying: "Kindly let rme know when we reach the Fifth Avenne hotel." T'he car olled along. The street crossing leading to the entrance of the Fifth Avenue hotel was reached, and the car was brought to a halt by thre conductor. The swell-look ing, middle-aged man was sitting sideways, gazing out upon the beauties of Madison sguare. "Fifth Avenue hotel!" the conductor shouted in the door. The swell-looking, middle-aged man bolted around in his seat and began to stare at the hotel. S"Fifth Avenue hotel!" shouted the con ductor again, coming into the ear. Then, the swell-looking, mriddle-aged man did not move, he added somewhat testily: "Here is tire Fifth Avenue hotel, sir; are you going to get out?" "Why, no," responded the swell-lookino, middle-aged man, surprisedly. "I only wanted to see the hotel. Heald so much about it, you know." 'Ihe passengers laughed in spite of them selves, and the conduotor went back to his 'stagion and jerked the bell-strap viciously. S rite Ulggeo Apple. A Connecticut man writes to the Sun that 'he has in his possession an apple that he picked at Sharpsburg, Md., and the apple weighs over twenty-eir and a half ounces snd measares sixteen inches in crcirimfer enoe. It is the biggest apple he ever saw. .He is very proud of his possession, but we 'oannot see what business that apple has as tsoiating with the wooden nutmegs of Con. etisut. It ashould be wearing the blue liibbon at the Hagerstown fair.--New York .8uu. meat reahed by the United Sta.tI atd Great Britain to s.labit the Bering sea ea to airtrationt. Iit a laratd, hoievesr, b4 the treaty has not yet recelved the 0*0'* tares of reptesetative of the :tI Stats- and Great Britain, for, although 'i nointstoo be submitted to arbitration have been agreed the method of arbitration is still a matter open to discussion, This must be arranged and included in the term of the treaty. It is bellerved by persons in authority that this remaining point will be adjusted before the meeting of the senate and that the arbitrators will have defined the exact rights o f the United States and Great Britaln in Beriug sea before the open ing of next sealing season. Regardingthe decision of the supreme court in the Sat ward ase, it can be stated that the admin istration is waiting the outeome with equanimity. If the court denies the British contentions the result will be very gratify ing, but itf it should take the other course and find the seizure of the vessel to have been illegal the administration has the sat isfaction of pointing to the fast that it is in no way responsible for the seizure of the Sayward, which was made by order of its predecesors. IT'S ENGLISU, YOU KNOW. is the Cause of All These Troubles of Uncle Sam. Wasanisrox, Nov, 11.--Much indignation is expressed at the state and navy depart ments at the condnct of certain English newspapers in ascribing foolish sentiments and remarks to Minister Egan and Capt. sohley in connection with the pending questions between the Chilian and the United States governments. No one her e believes what the papers assert, and the opinion is held in the departments that the English papers in question are engaged in an effort to ferment the growth of the'feel ing of animosity by Chiliana against the people of the United States. In the case of Brazil, no word has been received from Minister Conger tending to confitm the story of the revolt of three of the prin cipal Brazilian provinces whicho is afpo reported from English sources. There is a disposition here to also attribute to the English papers a desire to embarrase the Brazilian authorities who are responsible forthe negotiation of the reciprocity treaty with the United States, inasmuch as this arrangement has already sensibly extended the commerce between Brazil and the United States. Engraving and Printing. W.susrNoToN, Nov. 11. - Chief of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Mere dith, in his report ýo the secretary of the treasury, says that the result of this year's operations is the largest delivery of seeuri ties, stamps and miscellaneous work in any year during a period of fourteen years. There were completed and delivered during the year 11,233,99. sheets of United States notes, treasury notes, gold and silver cd tificates. bond and national bank notes, having a face value of $308,965,930; 33,500, 966 sheets of internal revenue and customs stamps, containing 927,934.984 stamps, and 1,655.686 sheets of drafts, check, certifloates, etc., besides a large amount of miscellane ons work for the various departments of the government. Southern Fried Chicken. The great art and mystery of southern fried chicken seems to be the knowledge which the famous colored cooks share with the sportsmen, that if birds are cooked be fore the animal helt leaves the body they are tender as never before or after. Half an hour after the order is given the gamest chick in the poultry yard is sputtering in the hot fat of the frying-pan. Therefore, as quickly as may be after the chicken is killed plunge it for a moment filst in boil ing water and then into cold, and strip off the feathers. At this point put the frying pan over the fire with lard half an inch deep and an equal quantity either of butter or fresh cotton-seed oil to heat while the chicken is being cut up in joints suitable for frying; roll the joints in flour seasoned with salt and pepper; put them into the hot fat and fry them golden brown. About half hn hour will suffice to cook the chicken if the fat is smoking hot when used, but not burning, with a thick black cloud rising from tlte frying-pan. Properly done, fried chicken is simply irresistible. In Maryland and Virginia it is often served with gravy and little squares of fried mush. Upon the southern railways the little negroes come into the cars with this meost inviting lunch-dish brown and hot.-Exchange. G(rip Full of Diamonds Stolen. DaYoTN, Ohio, Nov. 10.-Twenty thou sand dollars worth of diamonds and other jewels were stolen from the Dayton & Michigan passenger train'at the depot here at noon, sad the police are unable to find any clue. Mr. Hemming, traveling sales man for Herman & Keck, diamond dealers pf Cincinnati, left his gripsack in a seat while he went to lunch. When he returned it was gone. ? vw Yonr. Nov. 11.-Bar silver. 14%e. Copper-Steady: Lake, November, 411.35; De cember, $11.30. Lead-i3ull; domestic, $4.10. The stock market was very dull to-day. None oif the list showed any .ife. )During the first half hour there was slight activty, which died naway and the drop.inllg tendency appeared in one or two small stoCks. The close was quieOt, with un imlportalnrt changes from last night's close. Union Pacific and ticago g·as, however, made I gains of L1, each. ( oCvernments--tlel.dy, I etroleum--('losed at (iYio. Cloring losing U. B. 4Areg- t.. 11 Noew YorkContral.11!., .. . 4sv COUlOD....·itt Oregon hmuh...... 44 0. ll. 2 reg-....... 5l!t, Oregon Nay ....... 73 Paitis ......... 111 I llaciic Mail. . I5 i Atchison-.......... 41' Heatinp........... 37ii - i'ansla hac....... l Ro-ck Island....... t1i Canada outh.... hi St. Paul.......... c'ntral l'acifit c . t. Paul & Omaha. 42 lurlinton a..... - l lelas Paif...... 12' Vsr.ek. Wtitiorm... ; 'a UienPacifite..... 407 i. (. pref....... . I U. C l.xW rcs.....s 8 nErie - c............... ii n l ro i rer , t.... 3l KUlsCaa&'ieXas .... 1a, hiestern Jriion... b Lake harse..... 122!i .tmeri. :ottonOil. 1 L'ville & Nash.... t 77 'torminal .......... 12 iehtigau Centra r tel,r oirg'n titrt linea. 22 h artehtirn Lc'i eitic.. t2 lt.ti. o pe d t i. i t a. P. l ',, w ... ...... ow ,r, iL ('. W . lr ts.. ..... c Nurtllatrn. w ... ll! l'uleman I'le-... 721i NS,-rlwestmr Da..lmr Ilead leat-...... t.. l ti,)n-y on call easy; clesi offeredi at :t prime* mercantie paper. 43t,: .strling exahaue steady; tO-day iii llba 1.0tlD; deiahstl 5 ti;lt,2. feue-Aoo. Nov. lI.--Cattle -ltoeimtar. 10,00; - fairly active: stealy; to pricei oi natives 5).O : I, (44 no extra steersh on sale; O:.hurs. $t.25-I .25; rangere. 63.85iis$4.2i; 'lors1an, $2.IePi.JU r; R bolers c '.,le ' . " ' ;leus--Plecoiots, 420.i0: otene sd active. etroug clsoid weank. lower; closa.in rlghl anil conlin!o. - • .l60,..';lT5: irinie mised sail pselkevr. $t.e0 1.8H; Irime hearvy and blithers' wOeights, n.tOk t.:ll light. El 5odu.Ie: pi-s ti.:5.::.:0. t(resp--te eirtte .oiJ: sleetly; nativo ewes. S2.ti4.ll; mixed. sWlt.0te.ei, wethere, i7.7 ,.241; westertn, $1.41 Carrbeo. aov. II. -i']otedt --- Wheat-- rinm; Cern--Oteady, easl,. h li 5c: lieomber, 4ti0; Mar. 4C/ ar. (Ots--Peay: cast 41', i: Itlay. 32i1lti:uke. harley --l.acy. ie. lork--Iteady-; , r-a, 9S.42i: .Ttisnary. $11.25. l*ard---Cteady; casth, - t.lOiI.i.12,s; January, tlheotuiidrs -ili,0it 1 " ,. thort cleat -$il Sic.;l ). BOnDS ,,WANTD - COUNTIES, SCHOOL COMPANIlES, ST. R.fR.OOM PAN IESe, i'lerespyind elei roillltd. H.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, IS Well Street. NEW YORK. ye 8tatS It.. SOSTON. Sndepndent u d thi th e do a kind o work. No. Suri TerraNeO . ,1., this oance. "ITUATION WANTID--BY COMPEPINT4 gr girl to do lgenera ihousework. is ageod cook. Address M., Independaent. C1TUATION WANTEID-BY AWMAN Y TO do any kindhop work. No. esauprant Aerre Baker Sixth avnue and D.vis street. SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG L IDY SITUATION .hWANTED -- BY A YOUNG 8baker. i sip or rretauant. Addreao Baker, indepndent. SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MLADY 58,8 . kes, Mont. ý as engineer, with several years experience, Good references. Address . T., independent ottlice. WANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN eapable of ri tea ng boilers. 'Thoroughly acquainted with horses. Address It. cave ot Independent. -ANTED-SITUATION BY A DRUGGIST of eight pears exerisence. ake Germnsn and English. H. C. IErtel. Cc'cr d Alone, idaho. SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN AS driver or cler in grocery store. Can furnish good reference. Address C. P., tllxs olice. SITUAI ION WANTED-BY AN EXPERT rlipher and typewriter. Gtood references. Add dress P. O. box 779. HJlLP WANTED-FEMALE. W1ANTED--A GIRL FOR GENERAL " housework. Apply 924 Eleventh avenue. W/ANTEID-A COMPETENt' tALESLADY with food recommendations and 'well experienced in the millinery and fancy goods line. Apply to H. 'lon, 3 N. Main street; at WTANTED-GIRL FORl GENERAL HOUSE ° work. Inquire 7Al lSpruce street. W ANTED-A DRESSMAKER.I APPLY AT Windsor Hotel. I`ANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO , general housework and cooking in family of two. 19 South Rodney. . WANTED--FIRST-CLASS DRESSMk KER; no cutting required; only neat finishor and draper; good wages to the right party. Address, for four days, M1., this office. HELP WANTED-MALE. SYbANTED-CHANDLER WANTS TWO S minors. 24Edwards street. ~TANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS MACHIN iste and one blacksmith, ttedman foundry. r:ANTED--THitE SALESMEN AT ONCE; nmust be experienced and thoroughly capabe nto work in any department. Raleigh & Clarke. WANTED-10) WOOD CHOPPERIS (GOOD Stimber, never been chopped through; $1.25 er cord All kinds of railroad men. I. P. employment office. W.ANTED - AGENTS - FREE PiREPAID outfit to energetic men. Several of our salesmen have earned from $70 to tL00 a week for years past. P. O. box L371, New York. WrANTED-A GOOD CANVASSER TO WCORK in real estate office. Address box 414. WANTED--CUSTOM CLOTHING SALES man for city trade; none but experienced alesmen need apply.; references required. Ad dress Salesman, thie office. FOR IRENT-IM(CEELANEOUS. 7OR REINT-ONE FIRST-CLASS HOTEL IN :t Kaiupelll Mont., and ftrniture for sale. For further information address Hotel, box 17, Kalispell, Mont.' L'OR RIENT-CORNER STORE, 24x50, WITH largo show window. Splendid location for irocery or other retail business; $40 per month. Apply to Wallace & Thornburgh. Denver build uing. tiUR RENT-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM .L in opera house. Steele & Clemente. 'UOt RENT-STOttE ON MAIN STHEET' large and desirable; cheap rent. W. E. Cox, Gold block. F OR IENT-FINE LARGE- BASEMENT ON ' Upper Main street. Steele A Clemente. TOY tRKNT--WAREHIOUSE NEAR MON / tanas Central depot. Steele & Clementa.S [ 01 HENT-UNFUIINISHED ROOMRt IN opera house. bteele A Clemente. .ORl I:EN'--ROOMS SUITABLEt FOR Shoukeeping in very convenient location. W. E. toz, Gold block. I. OR l lFNT--UNFURN[SHED ROOMS AND s' apartments of all kinds and in desirable locations, at $4 to $10 per room. Call and exam ice our list. walaea & 'lhornburgh, Denver bui!ding. MI8CELLAN EOIUN. UTANTED-BY A YOUN(G MAN, A SMALL 'iV room nicely furnished. Address S. W., this oftice. T O EXCHANGE-A RANCH NEAR IHELENA I fr city property; value $5,0,U0. Address Ilex, Independent oethoe. TTANTE) -A FIRESHII MILClI COW. APPLY S Nagle bisters, Merchants hotel dning ANTED--A [AN WHO WILL GIVE. 1,200 for a half interest in a large quartzleas, the monoy to be expended in developing the prop erty and to be paid in as work progresses. Math ,son & Co., Denver Btock. W/ANTED--TO TIRADE FOR CITY LOT.S OR acreage, my equity (1,.500) ia tine resi denoe having all modern lmprovemete, inelud-. Inc batl and furnace. Address lancroft, 1'. 0. box 81:t, Ilelena. WANTIID--YOUII TO SIX ~LHOAlI):RS CAN b, aceommodsatd at 505 Ewjngstreet. 1 ANTED .1, TI UILl A blX-ROOM lUtHE , with furnace and lath room eonll;hlte for $;2,000. Call and see tIn;.; io know thley will suit. Wallace AThorubugh, Duenver building. U! ANTED--PAIliT OWNING HI 0 OWN I tot and desiring to erect a dwelling titeron can ohtsin very favorable terems. Only $'200 cash rebnired. t'land see bhilding plane Wallase Thsornbnrgh. Denver bhildint. Denver build. intg. VANIEDP A CUBTOMERII FOR ONE OF Sthe finest rsidonce sites on west side pries low for cash. Woe. Itih. AN TEl-t -c ONI IRACS TO .EIECT FIt 1P'. , clas dwellinaqo stores and office buildings. We are compleltly oqyipped to do all kinds of buildIng at bed-rockligurs. Wallaeo A Thorn burgh, Denver building. WCANTED-A BIIUYER FOR A PIECE OF insid property lat the thin ora row of 'ASTED-A THADEI WilO WANTS A rmneh in exchange for buiness property. Wmn Mth. 1ANITE--TO WltADlL 8a Att:t.:i NeIvl RmttFals for Helcna properly. uteelee ('lemente SAN'l'ED+-PA|I'N INIE |AVINGI $5,( t UA(Ji to tlkeap anmlnin desal; will bh.e ultlt lt, lnvestIgtion. Addss (1. E.. 1tih ofice. W A~N'\i'O LUYM 1:" A -I'LA'I't'EI) bthe smt r,,idtdooc 1ttleorty on west side; press ,aydown;; half cule, balseeselu sne year, Wm. Mull,, agent. oV on sideld. hartlwoesl ltoor altd i.Lc. bath, fuertnace, all reslern conosebluee,. fIor un henlerowvd roplerty, or will sell equtLy for SDWU, 's AN'IEl'I-'a WELL -E-VIAi. ) Id bI-M, free milling gold ore ~referred; prise leaIsd on derelopments. Win. loth, agent. 1 i :~ U. Desire to inorm the publio that they have ereoted large sheds. in Eelene and are now selling dire ot to the consumer in any quan tity from one ton upwatd. They soreen all their lump coal in their sheds before alverr ing, thereby taking out all the fine coal which the oonsuerme have heretofore Sobjected to, and are. Quly delivering nice, clean coal to the trade. A trial order will . toh is sttement;, and once you use our coal you YWIl ae no other. Our Price is $525 Per Ton, Delivered, Uptown offioe in MIotor officle, on Sixth avenue. Telephone 101. BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED. WANTED-CHILDREN UNDER FIVE years of age to board. 515 Breokenridge street. BOARD AND ROOM-AT NO. 801 CLARK su street, corner Benton avenm. pleasat fur nished roomr; itft olae table leaant f WC~TANTED--A FEW MORE BOARDERSi.-AL v so nice room. furnished, at 2South Benton avenue. 1OB RENT-ROOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY with board at 505 Ewing street. OR RENT-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS F with or without board, No. 19 North Benton avenne. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT-FINELY FURNISHED ROOM with the use of bath, $8 per month. At No. 524 Eighth avene. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS p for sleeping apartments 'and houneekeeping. Apply 506 Breckenridge ateset. Ii'Ojt RENT - FURNISHED OR UNFUR nished roon.a for rent at 210 Warren street, next to Grandon block. FOR RENT-GOOD BOOMS FURNISHED and unturnished at 220 Ewing street, corner Sixth avenue. Inquire on the premises. FOR RENT--ARGE WELL FURNISHED front room to one or two gentlemen. En quire No. 9, North Ewing. Ox RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED Srooms at reasonal rates. Harvey bloak. (rand stree. Next door Hotel Helena. FOR RENT-DWELLING,. r-OR RENT--AFTER DEC. FIRST, FOR SIX F or eight months. 8 rooms furnished (brisk). All modern improvements. Near cor. Sixth and Rtaleigh. Apply room u Atlas block. IFOR RENT-CHAN DLER HAS FURNISHED and unfurnished houses in every part of the city. 24 Edwards street. OR RENT--TWO FIVE-ROOM HOUSES Sone furnibshed, one unfurnished: good loca tions. L. F. LaCroix, Granite blockt Main street. F HOe BENT-FIVE-ROOM HOUSE CORNER F Butte and Sanders, good well. $1; seven room dwelling, eoe ity water, I15; seven room brick on Peosta, bath, water closet and sink, large yard, $25; four-room furnished house. brick, $20; five.room brick, furnished. $25, near avis street; seven-room dwelling, modem. Spruce street, $80. Matheson & Co., Denvir 'UOR RENT--FURNISHED BOUSE, PARLOII. L two bbdroome, kitchen, 5$2. inquire 210 State te set, IOS RENT--50-11-ROOM HOUSE, SOUTH east corner of Rodney street and Sixth ave nue. Apply to Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver blook. FOR RENT-A LOVELY 4-ROOM BASE ment, $11: water inside, 524 Eighth avenue FOR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE RESI dence, nine rooms, on Rodney street, near Sixth avenue. Steele A Clements. FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE, 18 rooms, on Rodney street; steam heat, gas, bath room. all modern euonveuene. Steele' A Clements FUOR RENT-NICE 6iROOM FRAME HOUSE on State street, $5 per month. Steele & Clements RC HtENT-8-itOOM BRICK HOUSE ON Breckenridgle only $25 per month. Steele & Clements. OR HENT-NICE 7 ROOM BRICK HOUSE on Henry street near the electrio motor. Steele & Clements. LOB RENT---ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON i bleventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele & Clemente. OR RENT-SEVERAL RLBZDENCES ON Peo ta avenue in Broadwater addition, for $15 per month. Steele & Clemente. FOR SALE--MICELLANEOUS FOR SALE OR TO TRADE-A GOOD SEC ond hand Chiokering piano. Apply to A. J. Davidson. FOR SALE-EIGHTY FEET CALIFORNIA F red wood shelves and counters ann window fixtures. Address M., this office. FOR SALn -UNE OF THE FINEST ranches In Montana, 2,000 acres, every aore can b irrigated and haves abundance of water, line range on every side, good market for every thing produced, good improvements; wil be sold at great bargain. W. E. Cox, Gold block. FOR SALE-OLD PAPIERS AT A BARGAIN at this oloae. FOB SALE--5.000 WILL BOY A WELL LO eated hotel in Helena, completly furnished. $2.500 down, blane on easy terms. Matheson & Co.. Denver block. Ol tbALE-I CHOLARSHIP IN THE HEL Sena slnsims College. Call at this reoes. FOR SALE-A SAIO)ON DOING A GOOD SLpayinl business: will stand close investiga tion. Canse ot selling, Owner must leave the comntry on account f poor health. Address box 691 oity. ifOR ISPLE-SCHjOLARSHP IN THE MON taBusines College Call st this ofics. IOB SALE-40 HIAD OF HORSES YERY Feheao W. E Cox. Gold bloek. FO1 LE-A THOROUGHLY BROKEN dri i mae, suitable for gentleman's driv in: with or without -w yandd amrnest adn .Al this oflcea. ,n n IFO .ItALE--EST'ABLISHED MERCANTILE Improved re estate in Helens. Steele & Clem r'OR tALE-l00 SHAIIES CUMBEIILAND rtook, at a bargatn. Addres t. E., this MONEY TO LOAN. 1$ONEIY TO LOAN ON SHORT TIML 1. John "3. Steele A Co., room IS, Pittsburgh block. - U T STOf ltAN-IN BStU lmT. MLOW t. I FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE. O~OR SALE--5,000 FOR FINE RANCH OF 800 ares on B oot all under fence two dwelling. ample outbanldins, sheds, eto.' first water right and ample water; agrioultural implements and small mill commands a very fine range. Matheson Co., ~)nver O1oco _ FOR SALE--NEW SIX-ROOM, AND BATH oat-boildings. faeeo and sidewalk, gmplste; price, 8,50; small cash payment; balance on easy terms at eight per cent. Bancroft, P. t. box 818, elelena. FOR SALE--$l00 FOR AN ELEGANT NEW i house in Leno addition: eight rooms be side bath-room, front and bap. stair 'reception hall, oak finish, plumbed for ot air anr as ample Irounds, north front; $1,000 down. a. die aided bargain. Matheson & Co., Denver Blocn. FORB SALE--I1.000: $10 CASH, B3ALANCE on long time, buys a new three-room houses lot 50x125. Address box 777, city, L OR SALE--EIGHTY ACRES8 OF EXCEL. 0 lent land six miles from Helena; only $1,100; water, fences. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. FOR iLALE-$5,000, 50xlI0 FE'T, 6-ROOM frame house, a corner on Warren ateet: $6,500, I75x150M feet, 8-room stone house on Madi son avenue; $8,W00, OxllS feet, 6-room frame house, corner, on Chaucer street; $8,500, 40x118 feet, a-room frame house on Chaucer street. If. 1. Freuch & Co.a SFOR SALE-$2000 FOBR NEW DWELLING IN F Easterly addition; eight rooms. pantry, closets, cellar. good outbitlins, city water, ex cellent lot: only $200 down $80 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. .OR SALE-ELLISTON LOTS IN DEPOT - additon from $40 to $100. Matheson & Co., Denver block. FOR SALE---ROOM RESIDENCE ON WEST side, bath room. well finished. $1,250 cash. Ihlance to suit. Steele & Clements. FOR SALE-A COMMODIOUS DWELLING and four lots in Easterly addition; honse has hall, five large rooms, numerous conven iences, cellar under whole house, stable and out buildings, city water and cistern, fine lawn; price 18,500, payable $1,750 down. baaisnce on four years time at 7 percent intereet. the lots alone are nearly worth the price asked for the prop erty. Matkeeon & Co., Denver Block. FOR SALE--$,800, 5xz88., 8-OOM' BRICKH Scellar, water, etc, on Baleign street; $,8.0, 42x88, 9-room brick, cellar water, etc., on - sigh street $5,500, iSOzl feet, 8-room frame house, on !iauner bonlevard; $4500, 45xl00 feet, 5-room frame house on Broadway. E. S. French &Co. FOR SALE-$25.0 FOR TWO HOUSES AND two lots in Blakeadditonm one house is of brick and has six rooms, the other frame; $5,000 down; situated between Beattle and Davis. Matheson & Co., Denver Blook. OBS ALE--$1,800. 2Sx1lS, 4-ROOM FRAME • on Dakota avenue; ~,~400, 50x84, -room frame hanme, Blake stret; $4,000. 42x8 feet, 9-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattie: $8,500. 3188 feet, 8-room brick on Beattie street. . S. French & C. FOR SALE- SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON NINTH avenue within a block from steam motor line; price $2300, payable $830 down, balance to snit pnrchaser. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. 0OR ALE--0xl0o FfT ON LNDALE AVE F unne atabargain terms to suit. StAle & Clements. 1icoHSALE--WAhEBOU7S LOTS IN EL ' Baton, on N. P. riht of way. $100. Math eon & Co FOR SALE-SIX-ROOM HOUSE AND BARN on Madison avenue: only $2,400, $500 down. Matheson & Co., Denver Blook. FURB ALE--lEIAlDENCE ON WEST SIDE. close to businss center, large lot, ea front, very desirable home. bteele &Clement. FORSALE-NEAT COTTAGEON EAST SIDE "withiablock of steam motor line price $1,500, $A00 down. Mathewon E Co., Ienver Block. F .tiSALE-CORNIEt LOT, 160x150, on best residence street in the cIty; full view of ea st side and vlley. Addess boex 77. city postoflice. I'OR SALE-S850 FOR A GOOD BESIDENCE Slot in south part of city, near Rodney: no down payment required from purchaser who builds on the lot; three years' time will be giten for peyment of lot. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. Oit SALE--FOR 6$00 GOOD BUILDING lot w0z1S0 on aooth end of Rodney street address box 777, city postOifose, 1FOR BALF-AT A BARGAIN-- 0 FEET ON Broadway near Hoback; esy terms. Ad drmes postoieie box l, Helen jOit SALE-FINE 8-ROOM BRICK RESr Sdanoe on west side. only two blocks from Main street, fronts on two atreetet; very cheamp Steele & Clements. L'OIISALB--NlCE 7-1ROOM 11ICK HOUSE on Eleventh avenue ar Rodney. Steele A Clements. F'OBSALE--$475 WILL BUY TWO LOTS, each 10:140, in Flower Garden addition, near Montana atenue. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. FOil SALE-N EWS-ROOM HO USE IN BROAD water addition, only one block from electric motor; small payment down. balance install ment., Steesle & Clements. FOlSALZ---1 I,50 FORA GOOD PqVE-E¢OM dwelling on south aide 'one block fron Rodney; oentails hall, five roome. Dpantry, laroge closees, good cellar, lot 5O;125; i600 down, $45 per month. Mathason & Co., Dlenver Blook. tOR SALE--1,800, u75sH iE4ET. OOM Ofr me honse, Broadwaler moor ine; 68,100, 10x150 feat, 6-room frame honeei feet double frontage on Benton and Park avenue, bulnm. proarst; $5,000, 841l feet. - oon frame bons on idwrene attet; 68000, 100x140 fe et, -room brick bonse on ElevenRa avenue. I. S. Itebc Co. frameShout on ilrha h avenu; $3,500, 10BO40 feet. 1-room baw k houe on o inhth aenu; 54.000, 4ix10 .feet, 1-room framnehnon brea wary; $b800, ioUo fet, r -roomobrick n OU corner. ilneaway. IF. . French & Co. URt liAlL .-FiINElN s()OM BRICK RUOUSE Ute e m me tls ls, .t ..a . Sow FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE. 'OR BALE--$60 WILL BUY A PIECE OF S land t aoinint avis street and not more than ten minutes walk south of Broadw; frapt ago 450 feet: water convenient a good loaton for some one who wants a roomy loca..p~ for keepin tamrns or ws; easy terms, Mateson O Co., Denver Block. "FOR BALE--$0 FOR A SMALL BRICK h ouse of four rooms, well bnul and lot 96x12, on Bouth lhodney street: $100 down, SEI per month. Matheeon& Co., Denver Block. FoB sAI;ý-$6.000 40:00 - Fý, 9.0oQ , F brick, bath cellar, ete, .a tutnn doe frontage on two streets. . Freanh Co. - ttlon at bar he I Wie drew Co.. Gold blook. LOST. LOST--PHYICIAN'S POCKET SURGICAL ease. Return to this office and receive re ward. LOST-i PAIR OF NEW BLACK LADI kid loves at Bill Bossler's wedding s Thursday. Nov. 5. at the Turner hall. 1 he hn est finder please will return them to 888 Water st .OST-$10 REWARD TO PERSON WHO RIf. turns pocketbook with contents. Address Independent office. LOST-A LADY'S HUNTING-CASE GOLD watch, stem-winder Swiss . movement. Finder return same to Weinstein's and receive reward, FOUND. FOUND-E. ON P. YIN. CALL AT THlIS . office. .TOCKHOLDERS MEETING-THE ANNUAL - meeting of the stockholders of the Humboldt Consolidated mining company will be held at the officeof the company in Helenh.ov. 18. 1891, at two p. m. 1M. M. HOLTR. President Helena Nov. 7, 1891. TOCKHOLDER'S MEETING-NOTICE IS reb given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Weser Mining company will be held atthe o;oe of Cornelius Hedies in the Masonic block Helena, Montana, on Friday. November 20, 1i91, at eight o'clock p, m. for the purpose of electing a board of trustees for he ensuing year, and or the purpose of transect Ssuch other busineus as may properly b con al ered. DAViD MARKr, Secretary. Helena, Nov. 9, 1891. CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION. STATE or MONTANA. AUnDTTon's OFFIOC, DEPARTMeNT OF INSUInANOE. HELENA, Nov. O, 1891.8 it is hereby certified that the Queep of America Insurance Compay, lccate4 at New York, in the state of New York, eas complied with the insurance laws of this state, and is authorized to traneact its appropriate business of insurance in this state, through its duly appointed Iuents, holding a certificate of authority issued by this office, until the Slet day of March, A. D. 1892. Witness my hand and official seal the day and year first above written. E. A. KENNEY, [SEAL] State Auditor. , NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS--HIELENA, LEWIS and Clarke county, Montana, Nov. 7, 189 To Eis N ibly, or to whom' It may Soncern: You are hereby notified that I have expended one thousand nitne hundred ($1.100) dollare, in labor and improvements' upon the west fifty fset of No. 3 West, and the ert fifty feet of No. 4 West, on the Mclntyrelode in Owyhee mining district. Lewis and Clarke county. Montana. (said parcels of fround being bounded on the east by lot 88 "C and on the west by 88 "I'", United Starte patents on said Mcintyre lode) in orier to bold said premises under the provision, of section 24124, revised statutes of the United States. beine the amount required to hold the same for the yeare. 1878, 1874. 1975. 1878. 1877. 1878, 1879, 180, i881, iSi, 1880, 1884. 1388. 1886. 1881,. 1888.1889, 1 L00. 1801. A.d it within ninety days after this notice by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of esuch expeaditore as a co-owner, your interest In said claim will be the property of the subarriber nuder section 2124. JACOB SCHAFER Date of first publlcation Nov. 7, 1891. HOVEY & BICKEL, CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS. ROOMS 24, 028, Merohants Natienaa Bnak Bullding. Helena, - Montana. :-: C. E. KEMP, :: SEALS $13.00, *.10 and *e.oo RACE. Also Wax Seals. Ord-era.Moal . L.EGAL - BLANK 'cORDER OF*. CRAIG & DAYIDSON, L o 177. melees, Bout.