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Journey a .D.oAtor of : e"tdtine- . But Death Made Better Time and There Was Mourning in the House. Divldbte Llnuestween Montsu and Wyro asiag-Narrative of the Driver Out In the Rean. One hundred and fifty miles as the horse flies was the distanceintended tobetraveled on the outward voyage, and sixty miles of that could be covered on the Rocky Fork railroad. At Red Lodge. the seat of an unborn county and vast mineral wealth, a good dinner at the Comeroial hotel forti fied the inner man, and then the outward man climbed into a two horse rig prepared for the worst. We were a long tintme in reaohinR the worst, but as usual we got there before the last horn blew. Eighteen miles out from iRed Lodge Was the first stopping place. It ase five o'clock when our outfit hung uaD bre for supper. The road half way to this place was a picture of the journey of life; when we were not going up we were going cown. The hardest real ity was the buggy seat, but there was nothing to do but face the music. Leaviang this man's town in the rear we forded Clark's Fork and soon passed the dividing line between the states of Montana and Wyoming. The line is celebrated by a pile of stones, and looks exastly like qertain marks in Mason and Dixon's line between Pennsylvania and Maryland. Shortly after getting into the sagebrush state night overtook two taoi turn travelers who were just enough awake to encourage their beasts to hit the trail. At the Eagle's Nest ranch a change of horses was seoured, and again at ane postoffioe near Sting Water river bridge. A hay feed for two horses at the former city costs two dollars. Thursday morning, as the first streak of dawn lighted the eastern sky, and the frost began to make the sage brush look like sil ver embroidery on nature's night gown, our destination was reached. The horses, glad to get to anything like a haystack, went galloping up the road to the door of a neat cabin on the bank of the Oreybull and we were welcomed by a sturdy ranohman. The look on his face showed plainly that death had made more haste than the doctor. No more pathetic situation could be imagined than this facing the grim monster out in the wilderness. A sixteen-year-old wife, hold ing a baby of two months in her arms, sat by the bedside. A kind-hearted cowboy l:ad finished the task of laying out the dead. Itwas twenty miles to a point where lumber enough bould be procured to make a coffin, and soon a wagon was being driven after boards and a carpenter. Silence, made oppressive by the ticking of a clock, reignedl aboat thehouse. Nothing could apparently be as still as the landsoase in this thinly populated district, but yet it was a relief to get out in the open air where the occasional chatter of a squirrel, the flight of a bird, or the low murmur of the river in the distance seemed to add a ray of cheerfulness to the scene. wandering down the banic of the lirey bull we mused on the uncertainties of life. There seemed to be books in the running brooks and sermons in the stones, as Shake spears expressed it. While there we cut a cane from the willows to keap as a me mento of the trip. At four p. nm., without waiting for supper, the return trip was commenced. The moon shed her beams upon our homeward path way. Clouds intervened between her celes tial highness and the earth, and that night instead of light we had rain. The cowboy who acted as driver beguiled the tedious hours until midnight by relating the story of his life. He was born in Toledo, Ohio, twenty-six years ago. At the age of 12 he ran away from home and shipped on a Spanish brig. Cruelty was no name for the treatment he received. Beatings were what he was raised on for several years along without half enough to eat, almost every foreign port was visited by the ship he sailed on and finally he turned up in Mexico and began to herd cattle. From there he wandered to Central America, which country he liked better than any place he saw in his travels. According to his observations there are only two classes of people there, the rich and poor; the poor had to work for the rich, who kept them poor. It was his idea that the United States ought to send an army to this land and clean out the whole outfit, and then give the land to white settlers. White people are the only stuff to make colonists of. This last observation shows the cowboy to be a real philosopher. Greece several thousand, and England several hundred years ago taught the world this lesson. In both cases a changeof climate bred a strain of independence into the thoroughbred stock. Another idea worth repeating of this guide was that wherever he found a church and school house he felt safe. He claimed to be a broncho buster, but to be honest he did not look as if he could bust anything but the truth. Neither the doctor nor the cowboy knew the country, and as it was as dark about nPw as it was at one period in the history of Egypt the horses began to flounder about like a trout on a hook. In the course of an hour the conclusion was forced home that we were lost. The balance of the night wue spent in hunting fuel for a camp fire and in won daring how soon it would quit raining. Anybody would have known the next morn ing, when the Stinking Water river hove in eight, that the bridge was either above or below us. The horses seemed to have as nmuch brains as the rest of us, so we let them make the choice, and they rmissed it. All morning they followed a well-worn trail, and at dinner time brought up at a bheepman's ranch by the name of Howalls. We expected to find the occupant of this house to be a native or Holland, from the system of dykes he had constructed on his property, but were agreeably surprised at his nationality and his cook. No China man has ever seen us do such equal and exact justice to a meal of his concocting. Food and rest soon revive the drooping spirits of man and beast. and it was only a few hours until we were in the midst of a great revival. Just before coming; to llow ells' the cowboy pointed out a bear making tracks for the brush. liHe drew a lung full of disappointment as he thought that a gun was not in the rig, and it did seem at that time as if bear meat was the greatest lux ury of the season. Ten miles up the other side of the Stinking Water river, in cross ing a flat valley aln.ost completely sur rounded by snow-capped mountains, two young elk were caught naorping, and shortly afterwards twelve deer filed goose fashion across the road in front of the horses. Fri day night at nine o'clock Eagle's Nest ianch was reached asrain from another di rection. By 12 we were on the road to led Lodge. The moon was favorable now, and no ,trouble was experiencei in keeping in the middle of the road. Breakfast was saten at the first road ranch outside of Itea Lodge. Here we had the opportunity of getting into a romance. An eloping couple trom Lander, Wyo., were waiting for the stage to get to Rted Lodge. They carried Winchesters as if on the lookout for blood thirsty pursuers. However, the villain did not pursue her. All went merry as a mar riage bell and is still going perhaps. One of the most beautiful sights witnessed on the trip was the dawn Saturday morning. The full moon was nearing the western horizon and the sun was rounding the curve in the east. It was nip and tuck who would get there first. The moon with native mod esty seemed to be trying to get to rest be fore the sun got up. Much speculation was indulged in by those present as to the re sult which in the end was favorable to the moon. When the sun came up he had his eads in front of his eyes, and looked kind h 'The beSt lae t the woi4l *owri % bra °ia Ad t r be , vi by taes t s4 ae, aaa4, "hbIeiau omra. .d h skind - cusa piles or 0no pac m red l gnu antoed togiveo erfct sst ~faotion, or pte refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Fo Ssale by R . Halo & Co. Union Pacific system $ells round' trip tickets to St. Paul, Chi cage, Sioux City, Omaha. St. Joseph, Learv enworth, Kansas City. Denver. Pueblo and Leadville, every day in the year. Sells round trip tickets to Sealt Lake City, Utah, Colton, Los Angeles and ban FraI cisoo Cal,, 15th of each month. Only sixty-two hours Helena to San Frenocsco, via Ogden, making this line twenty-eight hours quicker than any other route. Only line Riving free reclining chair cars to holders of any class of tlckets. Mon tana' nointe to the east. Only line givlng pasengers choice of route eastward via Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha, Sioux City or Kansas City. Two solid vestibule trains each way daily between Montana and the east. The high and dry altitude traversed by this line is conceded by d4valids as most sbeneficial. Elegant palace sloepers, free chair cars, ,olonist sleepers and dining ears on all through trains. If you are looking for the scenic line, speed, comfort and safety, purchase your tiekets at No. 28 North Main street. H. O. WILson, Freight & Passenger Agent. Wisdom's Violet Cream Is the most exquisite preparation in the world for softening and whitening the hands and face. It is not only a substitute for, but in every respect snperior to glycer ine, cold cream, vaseline, and like prepara tions. Try it. 'THIE IMARKETS. FTOt CKB. P'w Yoea. Nov. 16.--Bar siver. 941,. Copper-Weak; Lake November, $11.13. Lead-Steady; domestic, 64.171.. The stock market was quiet and heavy, espe cially in the forenoon. Eurlington, Lake Shore ana Atchison were bought heavily, The close was dull, steady, at slight fractional losses for the day. Governments-Firm. Petroleum-Closed 519%c. Closing Closing U. S. . 4sreg........116 New YorkCentral.111' U. S. 4e coupon.... 116%' Oregon Imp....... 22 U. S. 2e rog....... 98y Oregon Nay....... 7:1 Pacific ts .......... Ill Pacific Mail...... 86y4 Atchison.......... 42 Pullman Palace... 72 Canada Pac...::.. 011' Heading.......... 8i) Burlington ..... 09 HRock Island....... t<2% Lack. Western.... 374 St. aut........... 75 I. & R. (. pref... 43i4 St. Paul & Omaha 394 Erie ............... 2* 'Texas 'acific..... 12' Kansasc' Texas.... 1514 Union Pacific..... 401 Lake Shore ....... 122 . . Express......40 L'ville & Nash..... 761, anrgo ExPress....140 Michigan Central.1(5i WHestern Union.... 819 Missouri Pacific... 59% Ameri. Cotton Oil. 29 Northern Pacific.. 235 Terminal.......... 12% N. P. pref........ 709 Oreg'n ShortLine. 23 Northwestern. ..... 1154 I. CG. Western.... 42 Northwestern pf..13t Money on call easy; closed offered at 3: prime mercantile paper, b8.65: sterling exchange steady; tl0'day bills 4.8i;: demand 4.8314,. CHIt AGtO CAT iL,E. CIcrAeo. Nov. 16.-Cattle--Reeits.. 17,000; fairly active, steady to higher: natives $3.7545.10: nio prime or extra steers on eale;Texans, $2.758 2.95; rangers, $2.70113.75. stockers, $2.0062.75. Hegsi--Reoeipt 45i.000: active, eteady;: rough and common, .1..l65ly3.75i: mixed and packers, S3.8)0l 3.11.: prime heavy and butchers' weights, $4.00oo4.1 : light, $3.25_3.85. heep--Receipts 7,000: slow, steady to weaker; native ewes. $2.0084.30; mixed, 4.20o;:4.15: wethers and yearlings, t.50(@4.75; western, CHICAGO PRODUCR. Curoaon. Nov. 16.-Closed - Wheat-Weak: cash. 92%c; December, 9337c: May, $1.001. Corn-Firm, cash, 54544,c; December. 54%/c; May, 51-rc. Oats--Steady: cash 32c: May, 32o0. Rye-Firm: May, 32%a. Marley-Ž-ominal, 59c. Pork-Easy; cash, $8.7098.75; January. Lard-Steady; ash, 0$6.250; January, $6,35@ Shoulders--85.0S 5.121V. Short clear-Si.15414.25. Short ribs-$5.85t86.25. Chicago Cattle Market. During the past week Montana, as well as all other grades of cattle, have been difficult of sale at Chicago. The top price realize,d for Mon tana stears was $4, while very good cattle sold as low as $3.25. The cold weather will have the effect of preventing a number of shipments by Montana growers which were calchlated to be made this season, and th3 condition of the mar klt will also have its effect. Several outfits along theline of the Great Northern expect to ship this week, but it is doubtful if they will do so. In eastern Montana shipments have about ceased. 't here is nothing in tile ontlook to indi cate better prices for some time. HELENA WHOLESALE MARKETS. HELeg.A, Nov. 10, 1891. Granulated sugar. V 100..........$ 5 03 I'llsbhry's tet floor. Vlt 100...... 3 Montana flour. 100 .............. 2 25 @2 40 Corn meal, white. V 100............ 1 torn meal, yellow, 100.......... 1 90 Baoon, dry salt. Ie ..... .. .0..... 1 4 Bacon, smoked, ............... 084 Bacon, choice breakfast, " Vh ...... I2.4 lams, l ............. .... 10!t Iard. trime leaf. . .......... 10 ( annedtomatoes. case .......... 2 75 )ried peaches, peeled ... 14 A 15 Drie peaches. unoeeled........... 07 ( Buckwheat ........ ............... 3 25 Butter and Eggs. The huttor and esg market has been very steady during the past week, and while the re ceipts have not been excessive they have fully smet the demand. Dealors are of the opinion that. the prices quoted below will remain un changed for some time. We quote: 'reamory ......... . .......... $ :2 - i Chioi dairy ................ 22 . . u " 5 C kinr ................. . 10 1 5 Eggs, p(er case .. ......... . 7 50 o( 8 00 Srieallh F'rits and Vegetables. ApLpos, 'i: box ................... $1 25 0.1 35 A pttl!e s, . tl ........... . ...... 4 25 Urapes, alifurnis, s cr.ele ...... 1 2i, l 5U0 (;sters. New York ('oncords, lasko.i. ..... ....... .. .... 4 5 ) Pear'. ox ......ti.. 2 (2 1 t.j!lints- , 'e box...... 20i ('rantvorries. ('nlo ('odti, 0 bll.. 10 0 611 00 csle molle. tisof i, .i. hax..... h Oe olIhages, sweat Mexies's, ~ i box 5 11i i)ranges, Fl eri ta, '. i box .......... i 75 nliores , 't lOit I e... ....... w 7: tisc-.t trtalel, lJen.y, hbhl r :., Mwt,,t le tatol .... i 5 ....., hl,.... h I45 ir, newtew, at b .i...e. 10 0 'ilfer. hal) swe:t. *4 1; hl...... 550 )oitler., Ialltinloro Setlcls, "s doz. taus .. .. . 00 O:.tere, Now York tounts, 15do0, cans .. . ..... .......... .. 6(1 0 Oystere, New York C('olnts, in tube, per 1,000 ....... ........ 15 0 Thio liilrnentl of ioulltry fr ltHe holitlay .e. son hlve already elomlmonec. ao far rli hr is but littl.lO g e in the market, hut in a woele it is exlecLtctd to be quit il'ontliftl. Dealers look for tlrkeysI to b) cheat.oer next wisl. whlt tihe b)ig uhiiments for lThankeivting beln to comne in. se luote: Tlrkeys, dresitl, 111 ........ 8 r, 2 Fowle, "Vi . Ii 1( 1 licc, (.rialn aond o eedI Montana lue joint. Iblad, ci tOUt.. e 17 50 Maontana timtcly, ' .....17 110) Mloltaus nil,lslu, to .... 12 5041, til cate, V') 101....... l lt Sran and shorts...... i i's I'liieto elove qultatlion IrL. fnlcmsh)lhd iy JIlo bert Nicholson ('o., anil F. . 1. 1, l.ii.ay & Co., I BOlNS WANTED tl Il.i., of CITIES, COUNT IES. SCHOOL uOiI DISTRIoCTS WATER COMPANIES. ST. R.R.COMPANIES,eue Correypuientcie esoirltd. H.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 101S6IS Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. IS Well Street. NEW YORK. ?0 State St.. BOSTON. ISTUATION WA - A TO C. O.nthis of i ou ane .kinat by a woman. Call at " ,0.th illUAT'ION WANTED-BY A WOMdAn ~ work by the da or hourp. Adouls at No. SITUATIhN WANTED--NURING OR BEW in b . er, 18 W. Lyndle venre. erodey. e dc i roonrs d9ie.o e SITUAT'ON WANTED--HY A NOMVA 0 OTI Park or bTdo oeroi, W. generala oset ew.. SITUATION ~WANAIRD-TLO TLOE DCX Also girl to do light housework add. r It .. Independent office. SITUATION WANTEiD-- Y A WOMAN TO adoany kind of work. No. 1 Saunrie ~rac corner Sixth avenue and Davis street. _ITUATION WANTED--BY N O LADY TS 0-oenuse sck. Will asei.t in general work. is competent and aro a good seametre8s. adr u S 1TUATION WVANTEP-4WO ALLE. Advertisements under this head three timen IIrEE. ITUATION WANTED-AS JANITOR OR Sfurnace man. Address Janitor. this ofiee. SITUATION WANTED--BY A (OOD JOB and nowspaper men, one who his had twelve years experienc: late from tihe ast; stbebr and ndistrious; c onogive beet o reasons for being out of employment. Address lg . dL. Blount, lied Lodge, Montana .. IlTUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN dood references. AddreNss . T.. Independent ollie. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. TANTED--GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE Ad work at No. 559 Hitlsdale. bteady employ Rent. W~IANTED--G1RL FOR GENERAL BOUEL V work. Inquire 7 J1 bpruce street. WTANTEID-A DRESSMAKER. APPLY AT Windsor Hotel. VANTED·-A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO tgeneral honsework and cooking in family eftwo. 189 outh Rodney. . - WANTED-F1IHST-CLASB DREIBIM 4KER; no cutting required; only neat finisheor and oraper; good wage totheright prty. Address.p or four daye, te , this offie. HELP WANTED-HALE. WANTED-TEN SHOE SALESMEN MON day at nine a. m. 28 North Main street. WANTED--10 WOOD CHOPPEYSB GOOD timber, never been chopped through; $1.25 per cord. All kinds of railroad men. N. P'. employment office. W ANTED - AGENTS - FREE PREPAID outfit to ener etic man. Several of our salesmen have earned from $70 to $100 a week for years past. P. U. box L.371, New Yora. WANTED-A GOOD CANVASSER TO WCRK in real estate office. Address box 414. WANTII D--tCUSTOM CLOTHINi SALES man for city trade: none but experienced salesmen need apply.; references required. Ad dress Salesmau. this office. FOR RENT--DWV ELLINGS. FOR RENT-$-30, THREE NICELY FUR F nished rooms, with bath, hot and cold water, suitable for light housekeeping; 'centrally nlo catd,. one blocr from Main street. Matheeon &, Co. FOR ItENT-AFTER DEC. FIRST, FOR SIX or eight months. 8 rooms furniashedl (brick). All modern improvements. Near cor. Sixth and Haleigh. Apply room 2 Atlas block. FOR R'NT--CHAN DLER HAS FURNISHED i and unfurnished houses in every part of the city. 24 ldwards street. I'OR RENT-FIVE-ROOM HOUSE CORNERl Butte and Sanders, good we. $10; seven room lwelling, I eosta, city water. $15; seven room brick on Peosta, bath. water closet and oink, large yard, $2a; four-room furnished house, brick, $(0; five-room brick, furnished. $25, near avis street; seven-room dwelling, modern, Spruce street, $30. Matheson & Co., Denver hlcck. tORl RENT--FURNISHED HOUSE, PARLOR, two bedrooms, kitchen, $20. Inquire 210 State otteet. jOR RENT-- 50--I-ROOM HOUSE, SOUTH Seast corner of Rodney street and ixth ave nCe. Apply to Wallace & Thornborgh, Denver block. FHOR RENT-8A LOVELY 4-R001 BASE meat, $11; water inside, 524 Eighth avenue T eOR SENT--VERY DESIRABLE RESI.K 1 deuce, nine rooms, on Rodney street, nee. Sixth avenue. bteele & Clements. IOR RIENT-I-UlNISOHED HOUSE, 13 roomsa, on Rodney street; steam heat, gas, bath room, all modern onvenieonces. Steele & Clements. Olt R 8ENT--NICSE -ROOM FRAME HOUSE F on State street, $25 per month, Steele & Clements FUR RENT.--ROOtM IRICK HOUSE ON Breckenridge only $25 er month. Steele Clement.e F011 R'ENT-NICE 7 tROOM 1R1CK lOIIUSE on Ienry street near the electric motor. Steele A Clemente. XU0I. lENT--rHROOM FRAME N IHOUSEi ON " leventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele & Clemente. Oll R.IT--SIEVFIIL IRESIDENCES ON _ Peosta awunne in Broedwater addition, for $15 per month . Steoe Cle mente. FOR lRENT-- MIAStE LLANEEO UI. tOilt LEN . 1 N'------HREE UNFURNIISHIH D rooms ate;:l Ninth avenue; $12 per month. 1 1t llREN'l-t-ON l F'IRST''-C LASS HOTIIL IN S ialipell. Mout., andt furuiture for ale. For further information addresus iotl, box 17, Kalispll, Mont, "FOR 1I:EN'I' ('ONER STOlE, 24r50, WITH la rge. how window. Sploendid location for grocery or other retail btsinteo; $l0 per month, Apply to Wallace A lhornlurgh, touver build F Rlt ENT1-hTTOlll: OFFICE ('i OOM Sill olpera hol e. Steele & (llomonlto. Ir'(t) l RENT-STil., (ON MAIN STREET, - large nad desirable; cheap rent. W. E. Cue. (old blork. F.on IEN'r--FINE LAIt(E BASEMIENT ON I lUpper Main storeet., teele A Cil.mnrts. J 'OC: IIN1 -IiNFUIINIHt4 llf ) IlttO(l:d IN Oltr ] Stle. teel. & Cleoemetls. FO(Rlt CIENT -RlOOMS FuI'r I3ILE FOI; I houuekrApig in very conveniout ocation. V. E. tox, (oli block. apartments of all kinds and in ilesirable ]ocations, at$4 to $10 per room. ('all anl exanl ine our list. Vallace & 'ihroburgl, Denver butlding. BIOAltO AND RtOOM Oltel.' lEtlI -VANTED--A FEW MORI. OAIIDEIts AL. so ulco ruolu, filnishled, at SI Soali Benntou avetnuet UOIt 1ENT -1100R 1OO I PIIVATE' bFAMILY Swit h board at 505 Ewing trttt. aOr t OIlIENT' T11IIE": iUItNISIID IROOMS S vith or without board, No. 19 North lenons MlONEY TO I,O/IN. JONEY 'TO LOAN t)N O511'111' IMI. John :t. Sjteeule A Co.. room I3,' lttsburgh ilontk. LO I()AN IN SUMS 'TO UITT. LOW .-I...T of inuterest. bteele A Loleests. o fonr t esh. W n . O mone ,enl s ilp ietr . hl t rOY ~o ?*o 813. helpna. es aneomm odateddre attii.n Ewith seo , ANTED-A GU R TOR OABDPAS CT W AI1TE-TO BUIA A SIX-ROOM HUB ] 'wifn e r e o and eh omr l ]Wsuitl Walace &Thornbnurh. Denlve builds&g. W7 ANTED-PARTY OWNING O 1P OWNE VV lot and dem rlng to ert a weln r can obtain vr kfvorable termas. A OO0 - r nlig. ClI.undse. buldi W e J Thoenx Denver buldg vr WANTPED--A CUSTOMER FOR ONIE O the fluot residene e sits on west snldk ailo low for as, Wm. Muth. WNTEO-L-CONTRALv TO ERECT BIKARWI clasaardwellns, etores and ofioe building. Wo ae ornlatelys equipped to do all kinds of buildi at bed-rock fgures. Wallaca Tehorn burgh.' Denver building. WANTED-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF inside property just the thing for a row of eated lose to Main street. Winm. Mth ~AINTD-A TRADER WHO WATfl A anch in ehoan elr bbusinese property. Wm. Muth. Stotake a miningdeala wp At der- eat investigation. Address (I. E. this efce. W.ANTED--A BUYER FOR A PLATTED tract of the beet residence .m ,erty oan west aide; price way.down; balf cask aalanOein one year. Wm. Muth, agent. W.ANTED-TO TRADE A ~0ROOM HOUSE on easal.sde, hardwood floor and finish, bath, furnace, all modern onvenences for un improved roperth, or will srll equity for $0004 Steele e Clemente WANTED-A WELL DEVELOPED MINE free milling gold ore prefeorred; price based on development. Win. Muth, agent. FOR SALE-MISC0ELLANEOUS FOR SALBE-TWO REMLINGTON TYPE wrlters. One typewriter cabinet. One No. 2 Edison'-. Mineoraph. All new, at a bargain. Address box 030, city. FOR SALE OR TO TRADE-A GOOD SEC o nd hand Chiokering piano. Apply to A. J. Davidson. FOR SALE-EIGHTY FEET CALIFORNIA Sred wood ehelves and counters ann window fixtures.a Address M., this office. OR SALE--ONE OF THE FINEST F ranches i Montana, 2,080 acre, every aore can be irrigated and have abundance of water, fine range on everyside, good market for every thing produced, good improvements; will be sold at a great bargain. W. E. Cox. Gold block. F;OR SALE-OLD PAPERS AT A BARGAIN F t atthisofce FOR SALE--S5,000 WILL BUY A WELL LO cated hotel in Helena. completdly frnished. .2.500 down, balance on easy terms Matheson & Co.. Denver block,. fOR SALE--SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HEt. ena Business College. Call at this office. FOR SALE-A SAi.OON DOING A GOOD pa yi0business; will stand close investiga tion. Uanseof selling, owner must leave the rountry on account of poor health. Address box 591 city. IOR SALE-SCHOD LRSHIP IN THI UON Sta uBusiness College Call at tles Office. 'OR tSALE-40 H KL'AD OF HORSES YERY - cheap. W. E. Cox. Gold block. OR SALE-A THOROUGHLY BROKEN Fdriving mare, suitable for gentleman's driv inr. with or without buggy and harnesse; address A 10. this office. FOR. SALE-ESTABLISHED MERCANTILE Sbusiness with a large trade. Will trade for improved real estate in Helena. Steele & Clem into. FOil SALE--B00 SHARES CUMBERLAND . stock, at a bargain. Addres (C. E.. this ,ffice.O FOR BALE, REAL ESTATE. T7OR SALE-LOTS 1 AND 2, IN BLOCK 10 1 corner Sooth Rodney and Southern streets. Level ground: finest view in the city. Apply tc J. A. Craig, 612 S. hodney street. i-OR SALE-$550, WILL BUY A PIECE OE *' land adjoining Davis street and not more than ten minutes walk south of Broadway; front age 450 feet: water convenient; a good location or some one who wants a roomy location for keeping teams or cows: easy terms. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. FOR SALE--9000 FOR A SMALL BRICK house of four rooms, well built, and lot 25x125, on Sooth iodney street: $1b0 down, $21 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. POR SALE--$,000. 40x100 FEET, 9-ROOM . brick, bath, cellar, etc., gas fixtures, double frontage on two streets. E. . French & Ceo. FOR SALE-1,600 FEET IN THE AMES AD d ution at a bargain. The Witherbee An drew Co.. Gold bloc. FOR SALE-S5,000 FOR FINE RANCH OF ' 800 acres on Big Blackfoot; all under fence; two dwellings: ample outbuildings, sheds, etc. first water right and ample water; agricultural implements and small mill- commands a very fine range. Matheson & Co.. Denver Block. F'OR SALE-NEW bIX-ROOM, AND BATH room house, corner lot, 501100; furnace, bath, ont-buildlngs, fences and sidewalk, complele: price, $8,500; small cash payment; balance oan easy terms at eight per cent. Bancroft, P. O. box 813, Helena. ., 1FOR SALE--$3.08cVOR AN ELEGANT NEW I house in $,eno0a:dltion: eight rooms be side bath-room, :f ropt and back stair, reception hall, oak finish, itnHTed for hot air and gas, ample groundst nolth front: $1,000 down. a de cided bargaip. Istheson & Co., Denver Block. FOR SALE-$1,000: $850 CASH, BALANCE on long time, buys a new three-room house; lot 50x125. Address box 777, city. F'OR SALE-EIGHTY ACHiES OF EXCEL 12 lent land six miles from Ilelena: only 61,500;: water, fences. Matheson & Co., Denver llock. F2Ot SALE-$5,000, 50xl40 FEET, 6-ROOM frame house, a corner on Warren str.et; $6,500, 75x150 feet, 8-room stone house on Madi son avenue; $3,500, 40x118 feet. 6-room frame house, corner, on Chaucer street: $8,500, 40x118 feet 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E. S. French & Co. fOR -ALE-$2.l00 FOR NEW DWELLING IN Etasterly adldition; eight rooms, pantry, closets, cellar, good outboildings, city water, ex cellent lot: only $200 down, $30 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. OR1 SALE--ELLISTON LOTS IN DEPOT additon from $40 to $100. Matheson & Co., Denver HBlock. 4OR01t SALE-6-DtOOM IItESIDENCE ON WEST side,' bath room, well finished. $1,250 cash. balance to sniul. Steele & Clements. FOR SALE-A COMMODIOUS DWELLING and four lots in Fasterly addition; house has hall, five large rooms, nnnlumerous conven Iences, cellar under whole hIouse., stable andl out buildings, city water and cistern, fine lawn; price 18,500, payable $1,7110 down. balance on four ears' time at 7 per cent interest: the lots alone are nearly worth the price asked for the prop erty. Matheosn & Co.. Denovor Block. Ol SALE-$-8.300, 85x88, 8-1tOOM BRICK, F cellar, watr, to, on Ralelig street; $31,80, 92x88, 1-room brick, cellar, water, etc.. on lHtal sigh strest $5,500 50x100 feet, 8-room frame hous., ou Janser bonlevard; 4,500, 4.1x10 feet, r. om frame house on Broadway. K E . k French lOR l SAIEs-$5,2510 FOIl TWO HOUSES AND Stwo lot In lake audltion; one house is of brick and has six rooms, the other frame; $6000 lown; situated between Beattie and Davis. atheson & u.o,, Dtvroer lleck. ORc SALE-s$1,800. Urlq, 4-fROOM FRAME on Dh kota avenue; $4,100, 0%84, 7-room framc a?, Blae str:,et; $4,000, 42x8 feet. a-room brick on Sixth avenue., Ie.ttt,; $61 1. 10811 feet, 8-room brick onBeattle starl id. .. freneb . __o __ O SALE- SIX-1O i HUSEC ON NINTH avenue within a look from seam motor Line; price $6900, syable $860 down, balanoo to uit purchaser. Matheson & Co., Denver Blocck. FOR HAL--NEAT COTTAAE ON EAST BIDS w thin a block of steam moto e privor . $200 dow.- Matheson & O~ Denvr u-mm, AT THE BOSTON FISH MARKET SMITH & STEPHENS. PROPRIETORS. Fowls, Spring Chicken, Geese, Ducks, Pheasants, Quail, Wild Geese and Opossum. "None Such" brand Fresh Oysters, New York Counts, Selects and Standards, in cans, and bulk, by- the pint, quart or gallon. Large Shell Oysters, Blue Point Oysters, and Little. Neck Clams, Shrimps, Crabs, Lobsters, Scollops, Celery and all kinds of Fish. SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARLY. 13 N. WARREN ST. TELEPHONE 57. OR SALB--RIEAL ESTATE. OR SALE-50x40 FET ON LYND nue Mat bargain; terms to suit"' teele & Clements. R SALE--WAREHOUSE LOTS IN EL. liston, on N. P right of way. $100. Maths mon & Co FOR SALE-SIX-ROOM HOUSE AND BARN Mhon Madison avenue: only $2,400, $500 down. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. OR SALE--IRESDENCE ON WEST SIDE. close to, business center, large lot, east front, very desirable home. Steele Clements. T SOBSALE-CORNER LOT, 1800150, on best residence street in the ci:ty; full flew of eeast side and valley. Address box 777. oity postofliea OR SBALE--850 FOR A GOOD REBIDENCE lot in south part of city, near Rodney; no down payment required from purchaser who builds on the lot three years' time will be given, for payment of lot. Matheson & Co., Denver T1 Oft SALE-FOR $800 GOOD BUILDING lot 50x150 on South end of Rqodney street; address box 777, city postofsce. F00lt BALE-AT A BARGAIN-0 FEET ON I Broadway near Hoback; ea4e termgl Ad dress postoffice box 28 Helens . OR SALE-FINE 8-ROOM BRICK RESI dance on weet side, only two blocks from Main street fronts on two streets; very cheap. SSteele & Clements. .FuR BALE-NICE 7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE Son Eleventh avenue near Rodney. Steele & Clemente. 1'OR SBALE-475 WILL BUY TWO LOTS, -' each 50x140, in Flower Garden addition. near Montana avenue. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. FOE SALE-NEWS-BOOM HO USE IN BROAD Swater addition, only one block from electrio motor; small payment down, balanee install ments. Steele & Clements. FOR SALE--$1,50 FOR A GOOD FIVE-ROOM dwelling on south side one block from Rodney; contains hall, five rooms. nstry, large closets, good cellar; lot 50x12u; $210 down. $25 per month. Matheson & Co.. Denver Block. I lOR SALE-$1,8O, 75x125 FRET, 4-ROOM .lframe house, Broadwater motor line; $6.500, 15010 feet, 6-room frame hone, 50 feet double frontage on Benton and Park avenue, businees nroperty; $5,000, 84x110 feet, 8-room frame house on Lawrence street- 65,000, 100x140 feet, 9-room brick housee'on Eleventi avenue. . S. Frenoh A Co. FOR SALE--2.800, 0ix140 FEET, 5-ROOM frame house on Eighth avenuer 8,500, 50x140 feet, 5-room brick house on Eihth avenues I4.000 42x10 feet 5-room frame house on Broad way; b4,2o0, 45x1000 feet, I-room briok house. corner, Broadway. E . French & Co. 0uh BA,5-1-FINE 8-BIUOOM BRICK HOUMS Son Spencer street near lodney, only few minutes from postohioe, at great bargain. Steele & Clements. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. I OR RENT--THREE FURNISHED ROOMS. gentlemen preferred. Furnace heat. Terms $12 per month. 822 Howie street, corner Law rence. FOl RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED Srooms or if preferred, three rooms forlight honuskeeping. 511 Ewing street. FOR RENT-FINELY FURNISHED ROOM with the use of bath, t8 per month At No. 524 Eighth avenue. FOR RENT-NICCLYFURNIS}igD ROOMS Ifor sleeping apartments and hounsekeeping. Apply 500 Breckenrldge street. Ovn RtENT - FURNISHED OR UNFUR nished roon.s for rent at 210 Warren street, next to Grandon block. FUOR RENT-GOOD HOtMS FURNISHED and unfurnished at 229 Ewing street, corner Sixth avenue. Inquire' on the proemises. FUO RENT-LARGE WELL FURNISHED front room to one or two gentlemen. En quire No. 9, North Ewing. FOR BENT-COMFORTTABLY FUNI$ IERD roomb at reasonal rates. Harvey bloc Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena. LOST. LOST--ON SATURDAY Ab'TERNOON ON Main street, between State streat and Sixth avenue, a garnet bracelet with silver bangle. with initials B .s. Finder please leave at his office and receive reward. LOST'-PHYSICIAN'S POCKET SURGICAL ease. Return to this office and receive re ward. LOST-A PAI~ OF NEW BLACK LADIES kid glovee at Bill Bosler's wedding least 'I hursday. Nov. 5, at the Turner lall. '3e hon eat finder please will return them to 86688 Water st. LOST-$l0 REWARD TO PERSON WHO RE torns pocketbook with contents. Address Independent office. LOST-A LADY'd HUNTING-CASEb GOLD watch, stem-winder Swiss movement. .Finder return same to Weinstein's and receive reward. FOUND. 'OUUND--. OF P. lPIN. CALL AT THIS 1 o8loffice. Aa" EtsENT NOTICE-OFFICE OF' THE (asende Land compsny, room 1, Power buildil, Helena. Montana, October 2b, 1891. Notice is hereby given that at a regular monthly meeting of the trulsnes of the CaschSe land company, held on the 28th day of Uotiher. 1891. a asbesseit of tea 110) cents per sito was levied opan the capital stok of rsad t'ascsd t oIIrem y, pay able eu the 70th day of No vembsr. 1891, to U, Brown, s.mctretr of said compasny. at the company's arees, room No. 4 Power building, In 's)) city of Helena. Montaria. Any stook upon WUIioh assessment shall rmaLo unpald on thelNot day of December, 1591, shall be deemed delinquent and shall be duly adver tised for sale at p thilo auction, and, nlses armene f l llslbe, made before. will be sold on tie laS day of )se.si. 518,9 to Ipay, delj.ient assessment, t.gether with costs of advertislng and xp.og0se .eats . s U , o, IglRP~lh~atI NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIM' ber. In accordance with the provisions of section , rles and regulations resorlbed by the honorable secretary of the intorior. May 8,1891, I, the undaersigned, hereby give notice that, at the expiration of twenty-one days fromi the first pb licatson of this notUce 1 will make written applia' tion tothe honorable secretary of the interior foe authority to nut and remove al the merchantable tlmbe,. consisting of pine and fir, on the follow ot dPdcribed public lands, to-wit: uegmning at the mouth of Spring creek (a tributary of the north fork of the selshl river), and on section 15, township 9i north, range 1Q east, running north six miles, thence west six miles to the mouth of. the Checkerboard cres,, also a tributary of the north for of the Musselr shell river, thence sou,h five miles to the head of Cooer creek also a tributary of the north fork oft te Mus~eshtsell, thence e Jet five mllesto the point of starting, The most of said land being unsurveyed land, but a small part, lying in town ship 9 north, range 10 east. and the rest lying in what would be township 10 north, range 10 east. Said land being mountainous and not fit. for sari culture, and contains about (500,000) five hundred thousand feet of timber. MRd. E. M. WOODWARD. SMrITH & Boos. Attorneys for Applicant, White Sulphur Springs, Mont. First publication Nov. 19. 1891. NOTICE O E APPLICATION TO CUTTIMBEI.. In ascordance with the provisions of .eo tion eight of irules and regulations preeer.tedl by the honorable secretary of the interior, dated May 5, 1891, the undersigned, J. ti. Lane. WhOSe postht8os 8ddress is Bozemsn, Oallatin county,. Motans, hereby gives notice, that at the expirationof twenty-one days from thefirst publication of this notice be will make appli cation in writing to the 'honorable secretary of tie interior for permission and authority to cut and remove all merchantable saw logs suitable for manufacture into lumber. consisting of red and yellow fir. white pine and spruce timber, upon certain tracts of fands sietuated on panish creek in (Gallatin and Madison counties, Montana, which are public lands and are as yet unsurveyed, and described as follows, to-wit: Commencin8 atthe mouth of Spanish creek, a tributary of said West iGallatin river, and oun ning oup said creek on both sides a distance of eight miles, and having thereon about 1,,OOtt,0 feet of red and yellow hr and white Dine timber. The character of the above described laud is very rough and mountainous and wholly unfit for agricultural purposes; minerals have been dis covered on parts of said land. The timber there on is scattering, rough and scrubby, the greater portinuof the beest of it having been out and re moved in ears past. 'IThe purpose for which timber will be usfdwill befor snpplying lumber of various kinds to the miners, farmers and other residents of Gallatin county, and the kind of timber intended to be out is such as is of su.. icint size to make merchantable lumber. J. G. LANE. .First publication Oct. 25.189L1 STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING-NOTICE IS Shereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Weser Mining company will be held at the olice of Coroelius Hedges min the Masonic block, Helena. Montan.s on Friday, November 20,'1891, at eight o'clock p, m. for the prpose of electing a board of trustees for the ensuing year, and for the purpose of transact inj such other bhuiness as may properly be con sidered. DAVID MARTiS, Secretary. Helena. Nov. 9, 1891. OTICP TO CREFDITORIS-ESTATE O1 James H. Roger, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersined, a. ministratrix of the estate of James. olger, deceased, to the creditors of and aUlpersons avlneo aims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them with the necessary vouchers, within fonr months after the first publication of this notieos, to the said administratrlx at the law office o@ Sterling & Muffly, Helena, lontana the same being the place for the transaction of.the busi ness of usaid estate ia the county of Lewis and Clark KATiE' ROGl ELS. Adminletratrlx of the rtateof James H. Roger, deceased. Dated March 2. 1891. NOTICITO CREDI OR18.-IN THE DISC triot court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, In and for the county of Lewis anl Clarke. In the matter of the estate of uiore OCalvsrt. deceaqed Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ex. seetor of the last will and testunment of Squire Calvert, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said decesed, to exhibit them. with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first phublication o this notice to the raid executor at the lawoftfice of Massena Bullard, room 8, Uotl block, in the city of Helena. connry of Lewis and Clarke, stateof Montana, tihe same bsein the place for the tranesation of the husiness o said estate in said county. S. C. GILPATRICK, Executor of the last wiland testament of Equire ( alvert. deceased. Dated October t'. A. I. 1891. HOVEY & BICKEL CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS, ROOM8 24, 26, Merchants Natolenal Bank Building. Helena, - Montana. : . E. KEMP, 4 0 0 IMAL 80 8.80 and 40,0 MAS. isr Was Ordr .1 Perk van Or Hl , Montana.