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. lisoarge Her New ° , ObllgtiOnsa. ow, Dec. 18.-Speaker Orislp has ias bf humor. Consequently he a grat deal of fun in a quiet way ~e last few weeks, and especially the Ist few ila. Ttie anxiety of ~akerp coatest, following so e on his sad bereavements wore upon ~o that he told me after the house ad on the day of his formal election, felt almost exhausted, a remarkable aor him, for he has always had the t4f health, and is usually in the most a on0dition; but, in spite of his orw und in spite of his anxiety. the r has had many a quiet laugh all himself. The newspapers have furnished n with most of his mirth. The extraordi riy collection of anecdotes spread over .e rountry during and since the speaker hip contest about the chief partiiopants avr asmused all of them, but espeelally the ?tesautl candidate. UTlhe speaker is proud of the fact that his aifter and his brother were sooesesful and bpiored players, but he himself claims no .(ight to the title of actor, even itf a Sayan -.ah newspapoe did furnish him and the tyt, of, the world with a detailed story about his early performances in the oldest -hater in America while his parents were lilg in Savannah, and were members of it" stock company, and so it is with half the other stories of what the speaker has s~id atd done. Then there are the news pper pictures, none of which look like hiim, most of them having either too much ow too little hair, and all of them too boy abh. The fact that the speaker is a very modest i~man makes his present prominence more thiking than it would otherwise be. Unlike Reed, Carlisle, Randall or any other of his immediatepredecessors, except, perhaps, Michael C. Kerr, Speaker Crisp has not been as prominent in the house as h'blf a dozen or a dozen other men. One reason, of course, for this is that, not being a member of the ways and means or the appropriations committees or the committee on rules, he stood outside of the managing directors, so to speak, of the house. The tittle knot of leaders on these committees who ran the }ffairs of the house during the mlst two congresses, and who were known by their less fortunate colleagues as the "i'andarins." "the highbinderse," and other Chinese terms, used, I suppose, be cause of the note of exclusiveness charao te'ristio of China, were much more in evi tience, naturally enough, thanCrisp, amem ber of the committee on elections. Still his modesty was his chief barrier to faie. Crisp was not one of the leaders on the democratic side who, not being a mem ber of the governing committees, were al ways restively protesting against what they termed "the tyranny of a clique." He was content to do his duty without interfering with-anybody else, and it was in the line of his duty that he acquired the commanding position as the most effective critic of Speaker L]eed which he occupied when the last house adjourned. Nevertheless, Crisp knows the point of view of those leaders I who were not the leaders, and it is not strange, therefore, that he leaned toward the proposition to make up the committee on rules without regard to the committee on ways and means or the committee on ap propriation:q. Like'most southern members of congress, Crisp has never been a society man in any sense. He and his family have the best social position in their own town, county and state. They enjoyed the agreeable so ciety of their friends, congressional and ofofcial, who happened to be at the metro politan hotel, where they have always lived. They were fond of going to the theater and of informal entertainments, but they did not go into society, even of the official variety. Beyond the president's receptions I do not believe they ever appeared at gen eral formal entertainments; but now that Mr. Crisp is speaker they will have to meet the social obligations of the position. The speaker is not only the second officer of the government in point of power but a very important factor in official society, even though he is no longer in the line of succession to the presidency. All the 330 members of the house look up directly, so to speak, socially as well as politically, to the speaker. Their wives must call on the wife of the speaker; in turn the wife of the speaker must entertain them, besides re turning their calls. Beyond this is the general field of official society in which the speaker and his wife have a prominent place. They are invited, and must of course go, to every important official entertainment, from a state dinner at the White house down, and. besides, the speaker is in constant demand for men's dinners here and elsewhere, and his wife for women's luncheons. The speaker is going to the pretty city of Amerious, where he lives in an old-fash ioned house, in a beautiful little corner of the town, to bring Mrs. Crisp and one of his daughters on at Christmas time, and he is having a new suite of rooms fitted up for them at the Metropolitan. the $3,000 addition to his salary permitting him larger and better quarters than with his limited personal income his old $5,000, afforded. rs. risp, who is very far from being a woman of fashion, is a lovely character, with most engaging man ners and clever wit, who will carry her part of the speaker's new burdens most successfully. Like her husband she was profoundly affected by the death of their son; in fact, she would have been com pletely prostrated had it not been for the opportune coming of a little granddaughter in the family of a daughter. It was with some difficulty that Mr. Crisp, who hated to come to Washington alone, brought himself to leave her. His surviv ing son, a bright boy nearing manhood, came with him and remained with him night and day in his headquarters at the Metropolitan, and afterward at the capitol, HOLIDAY GOODS The Largest Stocks HOLIDAY GOODS AT AT ARTHUR P. GURTIN'S in Every Department ARTHUR P. GURTIN'S FURNITURE HOUSE. MUSIC HOUSE. iii Montana. IOIDAY GOODS. HOLIDAY GOODS GO e. Ia, Ios, nar Bi ote ao etto" g s to ataerets. On the 15th of meo mouth the xorthra Pautelo railroad will sell rond trip tieketa to asliforsnia ooint as follows: Helena to San lPesmisoe sod trtuos, going via Portland aud returaing msm To Man Feanolmuo, gol via Poriatd Portland, enter ng .an resaneiseo ha one direetlon either gOing or mrtusnin $ on the 15tlh ao goih ontg tvi Nortahrn lan Franeto a and returniae ame routu, To Las Angeles, going via Portland md San Franeiseo, returning via Sacramento and O 84 0 . Tietwll · be limited for sixty days for oin pas e, wita return at ay time within the fnal limit of .i months. A. D. EnsAa Gel n AMt., Hlensa Ment. Cat,. r. Fs, . . BA t. Paul, Minn Dyaspepasis. That nightmare of man's anisteaee which makes food a moekery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily yields to the p. tent inluense of the cerolebted English Dandelion Tonic. It tones up the digetive organs, resetere the appetite, mIakes as similation of food possible and iavigoratee the whole system. All drugglst sell it at $1 per bottle. Are You Suffering From back aShe, inflammation of the blad der, driek dust deposit or stone in the blad der, or in fact oany derangement of the kidneys orurinary organs? if fthu amited do not Ies time and wastemoney on worth. lees liaimems and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at oneo by using the greatestof all known remedies, the eel ebrated Oregon iadney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. satisfaotion every time. TI'HE MARKETS. F'rOCCKS Frw Your. Dec. 18.-Bar silver. S5t. Copper-Nominal; lake December $10.25. Lead-Dull; domestio, $4.25. The stock market opened active, at slightly in creased prices. narly trautng was Ionowea Doy further fractional gains. Later in the day some shares yielded considerably. Northern Pacific preferred being especially prominent in the down movement. The close was heavy with most of the list at small fractions better than last 'night. Wabash is up 1%, sugar 1. Governments-steady. Petroleum-Closed 594. Closing Closing U. S. 4sereg.......116 New YorkCentral. 118 U. . 4a coupon....11754 Oregonl mp....... 15% U. SL. 2 reg....... 100i Oregon Nav....... 78 Pacific6s..........108 PacoMail ....... 87 Atchison.......... 44 Pullman Palace... 84 Canada Pac....... 904 eading........... 39% Canada South..... 6,3y Hock island....... 08% I'entral Pacific.... 322 St. I aul........... 79% Burlington........ 11t tlt. Paal & Omaha S914 Lack. Western.... 39% Texas Pacific...... 11. D. A R. (i. pref... 4554 Union Pacific..... 48 Erie............... 325. U. S. Express..... 50 Kansas &Texas..:. 17 Cargo Express....140 Lake Shore ......1247 N estern Union.... % L'ville & Nash..... 81% Ameri. CottonOil. 9. Michigan Central. It9 Terminal.......... 1154 MissouriPacific... 50 Lead Trust........ 184 Northern Pacific.. 244 UOreg'n Short Line. 24 N. P. pref......... 8% 1. G. Western.... 41 Northwestern ....115 It. G. W.pref...... 72 Northwestern.pref 1409% 1.0. W. lsts. .... 79 Money on call easy: closed offered at 294: prime mercantile paper, 4%8@4: sterling exchange weaker; 01-day hills S4.b2/,; demand, $t4.849. CHICAGO CATTtFL CarcAoo. Dec. 18.-Cattle--ItesilDts. 9,000; shipments. 2,500; market weaker to shads lower: top prices, L$5.00 5.25; no export steers on mar ket; others, $2.00v4.90: stockers, $1.508,.90. Hioga-Receipts, 40.000: shipments, 7,000; mar ket opened higher, closed weak, lower: rough and common, email@example.com: mixed and packera, $385104.00: prime heavy and butchers' weights. $4.0564.15: light. $3.70~l.875. Sheep-Reteeipts 5,000; shipments. 1.200; mar. ket active, steady to strong, old ewes. $2.5060 8.75; mixed ewes and lambs, 34.2504.50; prime wethers, $5.1255.65; westerns, $4.5@4(.90. CHICAGO PRODUCE. CerCAOn. Dec. 18.-Closed - Wheat -- Firm: sash, 9154c; Jannary, 914c, May, 97%c. Corn-Steady; cash, 48c; December, 490; Jan ary, 441: May. 42%c. Oats-Cash, 82.i o January, 1keO: May, 8(8 884c. Barley-Nominal: 59c. 'ork-Easy; cash, $7.9.78&00: January, $10.07; May. $11.20. Lard-Easy; cash, $5.099;6.05; January, $6.07I; May, 6.4294. Shouldersfirstname.lastname@example.org. Short email@example.com. Short ribs-$5.27%91'5.35. WOOL. BOSTON. Dec. 18.--Wool-Steady; fine terri. tory, 59ldOc; ine medium, 559458c; medium, 509 ,5c; Texas, California and Oregon, dull; Austra lian, firm. FOR RENT--IISCELLANEOUS. I~OR RENT-.CORNER STORE. 24x50. WITH large show window. "Splendid location for grocery or other retail business; $40 per month. Applyto Wallace & Thornhurgh, Denver build ing. F OR RENT-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM Sin opera house. Steele & Clements. -OR RENT-STOtR ON MAIN STHlRE. ok large and desirable; cheap rent. W. E. Coxn Gold block. "FOR ENT--FINE LARGE BASEMENT ON -'Upper Main street. Steele & Clements. F1OR RENT--WAREHOUSE NEAR MON tan1 n Central depot. Steele & Clementa. Oil HREN'T--UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN opera house. Steele & Clements. FIOR RENT-ROOMS SUiTABLE FOR housekeeping in very convenient location. W. E. Cox, hold block. ORB RFNT-D-UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND apartments of all kinds and in desirable locatio.s at $4 to $10 per room. Call and exam ineour list. Wallace & 'I'hornburgh, Denver hbuilding. FOR RlNT--STORE IN A GOOD PAYING location;a good openingfor a live man in the grocery line. Address Wi. Kessellaugh, Wolf Creek, Mont. S7,. tttiliti e thit ?2U Ad~i _1 i irhIW AWi'5tL.. AW, ullit fta .two Wes tkeeh titlih .lITOAVIlON. .A NTED--TV DO. C!.OOKING ThiTUAs N WANED -T DO O__IP___ ITUAION ANTE --TOII AII.PT wearing. Addrotl Mrs, Whipple, .on. tale avnue, rorth ofL Flower CGarden addition. SI1UA'I1iN WANThD--G)OD DlII.eSMtAK or wanti se\rru in fa( by the daIy n clt ad rl, tdd rat i 511) flth avonue, ITUATION WANT i-- A COMPETENTtona . irhh 8od noook, woul~d like • Iltu~IoPIn • fmainy or a smal samp. Address i. H., Inde pendent offioe. M1TUATLONI WANTEkD--MALE. RAd erqtimants under this heads three tiUms LETUATION ANTEl) - DY AN EXP IR len.eed solieior, elihtr in office or ontdideo ire, life or accident insurance. Address ob eroI, this offioe. SITU TION WANTED-AS JANITOR, IS 'handy around the house and willing to work. Address Janitor, lndependent ofoles. ITUATION WANTEhD-B GOOD STEADY mDanu eoachmnn, teamster or anything. Knows how to take first class oare of horses and carriages. peaks andinavien. Germnan and 1 nglieh; city references. Address Dane., this of fice. SITUATION WANTED-DY TENDERFOOT, Sa Job herting ao ranb and willin to stay thte or four years if terms are satislatry. Address W. F. hic'ormack. Gibson City, IlU. HELP WVANTED--FEMALE. W ANTED--A SETTLED WOMAN TO MAKE herstelf generally useful in a family of two adults and three small children: wages. 20; ex penses from Helena paid. Address oJ x 12, veer Lodge. Mont. WANTED-- GIRLS WANTED AT 24 ED wards street: wages $20) to $40: housework. WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN ' eral housework. Apply at 25 Clark street. WANTED--FOUBGOOD GENERAL HOUSE _work girlr fineplace, good wages. Ap ply at the Belvidere Employment office at once. HELP WANTED--fAHLE. WANTED - TEN MINERS ONLY FIRSI Sclass miners need apply the foreman, Em pire mine, Golden Leaf Ltd, Empire. Mont. YW ANTED-40 TIE MAKERS AT ONCE. N. P. Employment Agency. STANTED-CHANDLER WANTS 3 COOKS. $50 to $75; man to blast rock, $2.50; man to take contract cutting M00 cords of wood; man to work in quarry. WANTED - AN EXPERIENCED RETAIL shoe salesman. 2I North Main street. W ANTED-EXPERIENCED DRUGGIS1 TO purchase one-hlalt interest in drug busl ness in the future live town of Montana, $ 1,~ to Sl5lcapitalreqnired. Addres C. F. Fuller ton, t olmbia Falls, Mont. W ANTED - AGENTS - FREE PREPAID outfit to energetic man. Several of our salesmen have earned from $70 to StOt a week for years past. '. O. box 1.371, New York. W ANTED-A GOOD CANVASSER TO WCRK in real estate office. Address box 414. WANTED--CUSTOM CLOTHING SALES. man for city trade: none but experienced salesmen need apply.; referencej required. Ad dress Salesman, this office. IrOI RENT-DWELLINGS. FTOR RENT-FURNISHED, BRICK HOUSE, I six rooms, near court house; all modern improvements. Address '., care of P. O. box 264, Helena 4OR RENT-7-ROOM DWELLING ON WEST -side. bath, hot and cold water, $20. Mathe son & Co., Denver block. 'OttR RENT-AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED i house in a desirable locality. Parties hav ing small children need not apply; rent reasona ble. Addres box A, L., city. -OR RENT-1SIX-ROOM HOUSE, CORNER " Twelfth and Hobak, $515; 4room cottage on Rodney street, in Cox addition, $8; 7-rooe house, corner Peosta avenue, $15; 6-room house, Feosta avenue. $12: 7-room house on Peosta avenue, with bath, etc., $20; 6-room house, Spruce street, modern. $30. Matheson & Co.. Denver block. FOR RENT-NEW SIX-ROOM BRICK house, bath room. furnace, modern and complete, on Warren street. .10 per month. E S. French & Co., agents. Gold block. FOB RENT-$30, THREE NICELY FUR nished rooms, with bath, hot andc old water, suitable for light housekeeping; centrally lo cated. one block from Main street. Matheson & Co. POR RENT-CHANDLER HAS FURNISHED Sand untfurnished houses in every part of the city. 24 Edwards street. -OR VENT--VERY DESIRABLE REST. -' dence, nine rooms, on Rodney street, near Sixth avenue. Steele & Clements. LOR BENT-FURNISHED HOUSE, 18 rooms, on Rodney street; steam heat. gas, bath room, all modern conveniences, Steele A Clementas. FOR RENT-NICE 6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE on State street, $25 per month. Steele & Clements Olt RENT---ROOM BRICK HOUSE ON SBreckenridge only $25 per month. Steele A Clements. FOR IRENT-NICE 7 110OM BRICK HOUSE Son Henry street near the electric motor. Steele A Clements. FOl RENT--6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON Eleventh avenue, $20 per month. Steeleo Clements. DOR RENT-SEVERAL RESIDENCES ON L Peosta avenue in Broadwater addition, for $15 per month. Steele & Clements. LOST. -----N-------------- OST-A SIH(CARF PIN SET WITH A MON -tana sapphire; reward. Leave at Independ ont office. I .OST-A NECKLACE OF GOLD BEADS lE tween the corner of Rodney street and Tenth avenue and Turner hall. Finder please leave at this office or at 505 Ewing street and receive re ward. LOST--A P'Allt OF NIEW BLACK LADIJES -kid gloves at bill Iheavler's wedding last Thursday. Nov. 5, at the 'lurner hall. 'I ie hon. sat finder please will return them to 360 Water at. LOST-A LADY', 1iUNTINGi*CASE GOLD watch, stem-winder Swiss movement. Finder return same to Weinstein's and receive reward. .11111 20 Use uet Wednesday. mtween two FOR H NV-T RN'JIINHED OR UNFUlt nalehd roonm torent at 210 Warren street, next to Grandon ~loek. ?OR RENT--0OD hoonS FURNSHIflD -" and untornis at 22 $ Ewing trt, corner Sixth avenue. InqpVi on the premises. Grand atraee p t te hot Hel a oena. Wm. rt - -uih g (HANDLER ISU W R MAN TO GET YOU A w est .a to t goes to him to oet rent , er, Emaployent4 cI Edwards street. ANTE.-A MA WHO WILL GIVE $1.200 Sfora half in n rg eatdM, the monoe to be expended In developIng the rop. erty and to be paid in a work progrees, nMath aeon A Co., Denver Block. ,ANTD-FOU TO SIX BOARDERS iCAN . be accom tiod ate, a t0 5Ewin getr e . . with furnasce and bath room complete for $2o. Cl d pee plans; we know ,hy will suit, Wallace Thornburgh, Denver buildzlg. WANTED-A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF the flneoAtre ldonco sites on weat side price low for rash. Win. Muth. FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS ATA BARGAIN at this office. W-ANTED--A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF inside property; just the thing fora row of Sate; close to Main street. Wn. Muth. WANTED-A RADER WHO WANTS A much In exchange for boainess property. Wm. Muth. SANTED--TO TRADE' S0 ACRES NEAR Clements F for Helena property. Steele & W" ANTED-PARTNER HAVING $5,000 CASH Sto takeup a mining deal; will hbear cls est investiation. Address C.. E., this office. WANTED-A BUYER FOR A PLATTED V tract of the best re.idence poperty on west side; priem way.down; half rcash. blaneeln one year. Win, Muth, agent. W.ANTED-TO TRADE A 9-ROOM HOUSE on east side, hardwood floor and finish, bath, furnace, all modern convenieancee, for an improved property, or will sell equity for $5,00. ' Steele & Clement. WANTED-A WELL DEVELOPED MINE 5 free milling gold ore plreferred; price based on developments. Wmin. Mth, agent. MONEY TO LOAN. 'MONEY TO LOAN-H. B. PALMER. SEE . adv,. page & TO LOAN--IN SUMS TO SUIT. LOW RATES of interest. Steele & Clements. FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE. 4'OR SALE-$1,500 FOR A GOOD 5-ROOM frame dwelling on Hparta street, one block from Rodney; contains hall, five rooms, pantry, large clos t, good dellar, lot 50x125; $$50 down, balance on time, interest at 8 per cent. Mathe son & Co.. Denver b ~lk. FOR SALE-$1,650, NEAT 4-ROOM DWELL ing on Eighth avenue, near turn of motor line. with good lot; $200 down, $-5 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block. ]iOR SALE--$3.50, ELEGANT DWELLING IN Easterly addition, within 10 or 12 minutes walk from court house; contains reception hail, eight rooms, also bathroom fully equipped, pantry, five closets, plate glass windows, fire place, hot and cold waer, large cellar, plumbing for furnace and gas, finished in oak, fronts north: $1.000 down, balance on any reasonable time desired. Matheson & Co., Denver block. l'OR SALE-- 2,500; 7-ROOM DWELLING ON Peosta avenue, coiner lot; $200 down, $23 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block. V'OR SALE--5,500; A VERY FINE RANCH in Deer Lodge connty of 800 acres, ample water and timber, good buildings, commands fine range. Price, which is very much leos than the value of the bare land. includes team mares, mowing machine and other farm implements saw and shingle mill, a considerable quantity of lumber and logs; $2,500 down. balance easy terms. Matheson & Co., Denver block. $2200. NEW DWELLING IN EASTERLY u.addition. Hall, eight rooms, pan try, closets, cellar, city water, fine outbulldings; house is very substantially built. is attractive in appearance and guaranteed to be warm, hiis place was built by Martin & Dibbart, whd are generally acknowledged to be careful, competent and conscentiooas builders. Terms $000 down, balance on long time. Matheson & Co., Denver block. F~iOR SALE-FOR $300 GOOD BUILDING 1 lot l50150 on South end of Rodney street; address box 777, city postoice, 'OR SALE-$5,000, 50x140 FEET, 6-ROOM -.frame house, a corner on Warren street; $6,00, Ix150l fee 8-room stone house on MoIU son avenue; $8,500, 40x118 feet. 0-room frame house, corner, on Chaucer street; $3,500, 4Ox211 eet, 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E. S. French & Co. 'OR SALE--W75 WILL BUY TWO LOTS, each 50x140. in Flower Garden addition, near Montana avenue. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. OR SALE-$1,800. 25x11, 4-ROOM FRAME - on Dakota avenue; $5100, 50x84, 7-room frame hanee, Blake street; $4,000, 42x88 feet, 0-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattie; $3,500. 5Ix88 feet, 8-room brick onBeattie street R. S. French & Cao. FOR SALE-1,800. 75x125 FEET, (-ROOM frame house, Broadwer motor line; 6,500, 60x130 feet, 6-room frame house, 50 feet double frontage on Benton and Park avenue, business pr;sprty; $5,000, 84xliOi0 feet, 8-room frame house onlawrence street; $5,000, 100x140 feet, 9-room brick house on Eleventh avenue, . S. renoh A Co. T~OR SALE-WAREHOUSE LOTS IN EL. s liston, on N. P. right of way, $100. Mathl. eon A Co. -'UR BALE-NICE 7-ROOM BRICK ITOUSE on Eleventh avonue near Rodney. Steels & Clements. 'OR SALE--IOTS 1 AND 2, IN BLOCK 10, corner South Rlodney and Southern streets. Level ground; finest view in the city. Apply to J. N. Craig, 112 H. lodney street. FI"P , 0DATES, GRAPS, DY TL PHON [ ORANGES, APPLES, BY CONNOISSEURS EHESA RAISINS, ETC FRY'S CHOCOLATE CREAMS IN FANCY BOXES, GORDON & DILWORTH'S TABLE DELICACIES IN iLASS, CHAMPAGNE--ALL THE LEADING BRANDS, HUNTLEY & PALMER'S CELEBRATED ENGLISH CRACKERS Havan'a Cigars, Fancy Tobacco, Novelties in Pipes. BACH, CORY & CO. SAND COULBE COALI. Bear in mind that we are still screening our Lump Coal at our sheds before delivering and we give: 2,000 POUNDS FOR A TON in every instance and charge only $5.25 de livered. If you have a large building to heat call on me and I will deliver you a car of nut coal for $x.50 per ton, or at $4.00 per ton in small quantities. If you have a hard coal stove try our Extra Stove Coal, which will last as long and give as good satisfaction and is as clean as hard coal; price $7.00 per ton. E. G. PERRET, Agent. Telephone 101. Uptown office in Motor office on Sixth avenue. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS OR SBALE-CORNER LOT, 1i0x150, on best residence street in the city; full view of east side and vaUlley. Address box 177, city postoficae FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-50 FEET ON F Broadway near Hoback; easy terms. Ad dress postoffice box 2f, Helena. F OR SALE-50x140 FEET ON LYNDALE AVE nue at a bargain; terms to suit. Steele A Clements. FOR SALE---ROOM RESIDENCE ON WEST side, bath room, well finished. 51,250 cuah, balance to suit. Steele & Clements. FOR SALE--FIRST-CLASS HOUSE, OR will trade for unimproved city lots orood ranch property. Address Amos. Indeee FOR BAIE--FINE --BOOM BRICK HOQSBE on pener street, near Rodny, onlye. minutes from posto fice, at great bargain. Steele A Clements. FOR SALE--,800 FEET IN T'HE AMES AD Sitilonat a bargaiu. 'The Witherbee An. drew Co.. Gold bloc. FOR SALE- SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON NINTH F avenue within a block from steam motor line price $2,800, payable S.F0 down, balance to suit purchaser. Matlerson & Co., Denver Block. O i ALS--$2.800 0xlo40 FEET. -ROOM frame honee on llihth avenne: $8,500, 50x140 feet, 5-room brick house on Eighth avenue; $4000. 42x10 feet, 5-room frame house on Broad wary; 4,2(0c. 45x1l00 feet. 5-room brick house. corner. Broadway. ]E. . French & Co. FOtR SAL;--$550 WILL BUY A PIECIE O0 land adjoining Davis street and not more than ten minutes walk south of Broadway; front aeo 4e0 feet; water convenient; a good location fr som, one who swants a roomy location for keeping teams ,r cows: easy terms. Mathesoun A Co., Denver Block. FOR BALE--REAL ESTATh. FOR BALE-lINE 8-ROOM BRICK REBI dence on west side, only two blocks from Main street, fronts on two treets; very cheap. Steele & Clements. Fo "B '-- 01. ,00 FET, 9ROOM F brick, bath, cellar, et gas fixture, double frontage on two streets. S. French o& C FORS ALE--NEWB-ROOM HIOUSR IN BROAD~, F water addition, only one block from electri motor; small payment down, balance install ments. Steele & Clemente. iOR SALE-ELLISTON LOTS IN DEPOT ' additon from $40 to $100. Matheson & Coa, Denver Block. ORe SAl - 1$8,800,, b le. 8-ROOM BRICK. Scellar, water, eto, on Ralelgn street; $8,800, 42xB, 9-room brick, cellar, water, etc., on lal eigh street;' $5,00, sitx10 feet. 8-room frame hose, on Jianser boulevard; $4,500, 45x100 feet. 1-room frame house on'Broadway. E. S. French & Co. OR SALE-81,000: $30 CASH, BALANCE on long time, buys a new three-room house; lot 50x125. Address box 777, city. FOR BALE--IESIDENCE ON WEST BIDEK F close to business center, lar lot, east front, very desirable home. Steele AClements. F.O SALE-NEW SiX-ROOM, AND BATH Sroonthouse, corner lot, 50xlO0; furnace, bath, out-building, fences and sidewalk, omplete; price, $8,r00: small rash payment; balanre on esy terms at eight per cent. Bancroft, P. 0 box 818, 11elena. FOUR SALE-88.500 FOR AN ELEGANT NEW Shouse in Lenox addition: eight rooms be side bath-room, front and back stair, reception hall, oak finish, p!umbed for l,,, air and gas, ample grounds, north front: $1, 00 down. a de cided bargain. Matheson & Co., Dmvcr,,Block. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. F OR SALE-FURIINTTURE AND HOUSE Shold goods at 601 Breckenridge street. FOR SALE - SAPPHIRE CLAIM OF 20 acres near Canyon Ferry; carries and excel lent body of sapphire-bearing ground; very ocon venient for working; $1,000. Matheson dECo., Denver block. FOR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN THE MON tana Business College Call at this o~Boe FOR SALE-ESTABLISHED MERCANTILE Sbutinese with a large trade. Will trade for improved real estate in Helena. Steele & Clom enta. olt SALE--00 SHARES CUMBERL.AN stook. at a bargain- Address u. E. this office. FOR SALE - THREE SCOTCH COLLIE. shepherd puppies. For partiedlara inquiro of L. B. Gardner at Lindsay & Co.'s. FOR1 SALE-ONE DECKER BROS. PIANO one bedroom set, one parlor set, two car" .tse, four diningroom chairs, two stoves, etc. No. 432 Harrison avenue, OR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST ranches in Montana, ,080 acres, every acre canbeirrigated and have abundance of water. tine range on every aide, good market for every thing produed, giood improvements; wmll l e ano at a great bargain. W. E. Co, ( moldblock. FOR BALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HEL ena Business College. Call at this offioe. FOUND. ,OUND-K. OF P. YIN. CALL AT THIS 1' office.