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o r eful Coecttd t Gems
Gathere by Kinz,; the
, Oroat Expert.
Zibrge Opal in Which the
'uman Face Is
Mirrored.
A" isplav That Ye aacggestie of tse
Wealth of rsome Prince of the
Orleat,'
;:aMr, Kuns, Tiffany & Co.'s expert on
Iams, has arranged the collection which he
gathered during his tour of Europe and
Asia last summer. and the admirersbf rare
iand cOrious jewels have been invited to in
paect it.. If n ordinary burglar were to
twe at this colleootlon some time he would
think probably that he had struck a lot of
kims beside which the crown jewels of the
riohest monarch in Christendom were in
signifidant. Of coarse that is not so but
the enormous sizes of some of the jewels as
ithearre displayed to advantage are. sug
gestive of the wealth of Indian princea.
The topazes, amethysts and opals are large
and brilliant. Mr. Kuna gathered many
hotable specimens in European and Asiatio
IRussia, and throughout the Ural moun
.aine. He secured tiob finest opals obtaina
"ble in Mexico, including one large piece of
brilliant colors, said to be the largest dis
covered since 1880.
A curious jewel is a large, transparent
opal, nearly one inch in length and three
• quarters of an inch in width, which has en
graved on it in high relief a figure of the
the sun-a human face mirrored by blazing
'ays. The colors most vivid in the re
g-ections are green and yellow, but viewed
from some directions they are bluish, and
reom others blazes of deep red. The opal
is mounted in gold, and it is believed that
it was a representative idol of some temple
dedicated to the sun. The peculiar feature
of it is that the mounting appears to be
Persian, while the opal is, as experts believe,
Mexican, The base is gold, bordered with
black enamel. Above that are twenty-seven
~iternately undulating and straight-pointed
1gold rays. At the back it is fixed in an oval
enameled gold box. It is accompanied by
an old engraving, representing it in its
temple with an attendant priest or king. It
was formerly the, property of an English
man.
Every shade of opal and topnsaz is sh own
in Mr. Kunz's collection, and there are
some fine pieces of amber and odd varie
ties of pearls. While abroad Mr. Kuns
visited all the cutting centres of Europe
and Asia where atones are mined, and ex
amined a large number of the collections in
museums and private residences. Ite says
he has a finer colleotion of seme, precious
and semi-precious stoner, art objects in
stone, jade, and crystal, than has ever been
brought together in this country before.
Many of the curious pieces were intended
for the collection of .the late E. C. Moose,
which had been presented to the Metropoli
tan Museum of Art. From the Ural mouun
tains Mr. Kunz brought a collection of
Alexandritee, topazes of blue, green and
'sherry colors; demantoids or green garnets,
royal purple amethysets, changing color by
artificial light, and considered the finest
and largest seen in nlodern times; gold
washings, sapphires, pale, yellow and blue
rubies; beryls of golden yellow and green,
and lapidary work peculiar to the Urals in
rook crystal, garnet, amethyst, topaz, said,
jade, and rhodonite.
The lapidary work is marvelous, some of
the reoresentations of bunuhes of fruit be
ing the work of the most skillful hands.
Some of the specimens required the labor
of many months. Most of thoem were mads
in the interior of Russian territory, six
days' travel from St. l'etersburg. 'lire
workmen are paid only 50 cents a dsay, but
they work with care and attention to detail
scarcely rivaled in other parts of the world.
One of the finest examples contains plums
grapes. berriesand other small fruits cut
from rhoditine, citrine, onyx, card, carnel
ian, coral, and jade, with wonderful leaves
of serpentine. Every curve is perfect and
natural. The whole is sat on a base of
black jasper, and that.on Orski jasper.
There are pieces of jade carved at the imn
perial lapidary works at Peterhoff. These
are numerous fine pieces of engraved
rock crystal. No instrument known
can make an impression on crystal, but the
Russian workmen have cut it with the aid
of diamond dust and quickly revolving
wheels. The most intricute patterns are
thus traced. Among the examples brought
over by Mr. Kunz is a large jewel casket, a
copy of a famous casket in the Aurbras col
lection at Vienna. The original is valued
at more than $100,000. 'lhe crystal is
mounted in enameled silver, studded with
gems, in the style of the seventeenth cen
tury. Mr. Kunz's copy is valued at $2,000.
Among the Russian curios is an odd collec
tion of desk pieces, including the abacus,
and a set of checkers of rhodonite, The
abacus is the mechanism found in every
Chinese laundry, with which John reckons
the price of your shirts and collars. It is
never absent from the Russian counting
house.
Among the specimens of jade are pieces
fifteen inches in width and of extraordi
nary thinness. They are interesting as
goological specimens, showing in their
different colorings the growth of the rock
from which they were taken, and they
eppeal especially to thie expert bsoause of
the skill with which they were cut. Other
hessian curios include pieces of the odd
looking enameled silver peculiar to the
countrny and some curious watches. Some
nnugrgets of Iluesian gold are nmtoresting
from the histories attached to them, and
from the fact, vouched for by Mr. Knnz,
that no Russian citizen dares to have them
in his possession without an accompanyino
certificate showing where they came from
and how he secunred them. It is a cmime
under olher conditions, and if known
would subject the owner to immediate ar
rest.
Some suocimens of French ltpidary work
In the collection are equal to those that
were famous in the periods of Louis XIV.,
XV. and XVI. Italy, Bosnia, Greece, 1nc
tria, Assyria and Egypt are re presented by
antique intagli. stone ecarabie and cylin
derc, inreisd sardt, Rcarnelian, chalcedony,
planma. sardony, essonite and hrematitir,
erase detiior, ase far back as the fifth cen-
tnury .. C Ceylon and Takawaia, in Asiarli
irasia, contributed some Ale andriter,
-- ----- ~---------' ---- -- C vsru rl
HOLIDAY GOODS ARTHUR P. CURTI N'S HOLIDAY GOODS
FU~R'ITOERE IIOUSE. - MTSIO EIOTUSE.
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, House Furnishine Goods. Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, Musical Merchandise.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE STATE. LOWEST PRICES. EASY TERMS.
Before buying a present O IDAY GDS Before buying a present HOLIDAY GOOD
see our line of HOL AA see our line of LI
Wicker and Plush Rockers, Easy Chairs and Couches, Divans, Fancy Steinway, Sohmer, Briggs, Weyman, and Everett Pianos, Organs, VioliE
R1eception Chairs, Center Tables, Pedestals, Etchings, Bronzes, Easels. Ladies' Music Boxes, Cabinets, Stools, Scarps, Piano Lamps, Guitars, Banjos, A
Desks, Rugs, Silk and Chenille Curtains, etc. cordions, etc.
A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF APPROPRIATE GOODS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
sties of precious stones from varous part0
det blue from Brasl, green aiý 4 blue from
theUral mountains and LIberla, and light
blun light green from Maiue and North
aarol ýTaihere are mny other odd vari
eties of precious stones from various perts
of the world, and the enthusiastio collector
will have the opportunity to study all thes
at his leisure for some time to come.
Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E.
Hurd. of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was
taken with a bed cold, which settled on my
ungs, cough set in and finally terminated
in consumption. Four doctors gave me up.
saying I could live but a short time. I gave
mysse up to my Savior, determined if I
couldnot stay with my friends on earth, I
would meet my absent ones above. My
husband advised me to get Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption, coubas and
colds. Igavo it a trial, took in all eight
bottles. It has oured me, and thank God I
am now a well and hearty woman." Trial
bottles free at R. S. Halo & Co.'s drag store;
egular sire, 50c. nod $1.
Are Yon Suffering
From back ache. inflammation of the blad
der, drick dust deposit or stone in the blad
der, or in feet any derangement of the
kidneys or urinary organs? If thus afflioted
do not lose time .nd wastemoney on worth
less linimente snnadworse plasters. but strike
at the seat of the disease at once by usi.n
the greatestuf all known e'medies, the cel
ebrated Oregon llidney Tea. Pleasant to
take, purely vegetable. Satisfaction evary
time.
luelklen's Arntea Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhenm, fever
cores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains,
oprns and all skin eruption-, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed togiveperfect satisfaction, pr money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by B. S. Hale & Co.
Dyspepsia.
That nightmare of man's existence which
makes food a mockery and banishes sleep
from weary eyes. readily yields to the po
tent influence of the celebrated English
Dandelion Tonic. It tones no the digestive
organs, restores the appetite, makes as
similation of food possible and invigorates
the whole system. All druggists soiell it at
$1 per bottle.
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 superior to glycer
ine, cold cream, vaseline, and like prepare
tions. Try it.
Tihe assigee's sale of lrunell &t Co.'s
stock is attracting erowds daily. It will
dcay you to inspect their offerings.
Legal blanks at this office.
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attraction.
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STOC(KHOLDERS' MEETINU-THE REGU
lar annual nrmeotiug of the stockholders of
the Montana Lumber and Manufacturing corn
pany for the election of flie trustees for the en
suing year and the transaction of such other
buasines s s may regurlarly come before tlrenr will
be held at their office. room No. 5, llolter block,
in Ielene, Montana, on the third Wednesday in
January, 1802. WILLIAM 1' .Ilth', ORt,
Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERBS' MEiET'ING--THEI, ANNUAL
meeting of tle shareholders of the National
Loan and iavinga Unrrnl for the election of of
tiers and directors will be hold at the prineival
ofire of the union, room t9, Mercrhants :ational
banK huilling, Helena, Montans. on thie second
Sjaturday in ,Jaiuary, 181M2, being Jarn ., between
tie ors of twrvo andl follr o'clock p. m.
WMi. 1. VWIIITAKr.i, Setretary.
IHelena, Mont., Dec. 21, 1891.
'l'O( ill( L :R0 MEETIN(G-TlHE E11GU
LIlar alnnua sr itile I ir thestockholders of the
'o'- a isetnl,:a bank for the election of thirteen
i0s o ouse for tie ensoing - ear will hbe hld at the
_._i ri oft th ac k on ths second ''Tuesday in
saguary 1812. FRANK BAlsItl,
Cashier.
Total I .res o CITIES,
N COUNTIES. SCHOOL
DISTRICTS, WATER
COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COeM PANIES,etc.
S Cortre.pondarence volircited.
ICW.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers,
$IOR' 165 Dearborn Street, CHICACO.
Il Wall Street. NEW YORK.
7O State St.. BOSTON
att , to thie following adtlXra. ,MW on
teanlethsho it atitha.otiio: t
'L.TUATIONS 1 WANTi.-~-itflAL.
virtltommnt, t ander this head three tios
SIT UATIO N WVANTED---A YO G LADY
would like poseition In autall fam.il to
work ft.sm an d room while attent1i4
ITUATIOU N WA EA 1&EX.1NPERIOUND
gJ lirl wishes a -veiti c here Vh. cau assst
\with the ihousework for a homo; no obicotlssli to
a reospeotahl family sn thie eountrs' it tfaros
atid, Address sa.s Wuuodor. this ollies.
SITUA'IION WANTEDI-A STCOTCIt WOMAN.
I' Protestant. ase 40, a gnooi coolk and thor
oughly reliable, delires a situation as working
hous. keper. or woild takoe crnrg of a h.lsoe
dluring the absence of owner. dddres., giving
full particulars, Scotch housekeeper, this ate.r'.
ITI:ATIO AONTS - WANTED-MALE.
Advcrtistonuuto unuer tli heast three times
4ITUATION WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED
grocery clerk wiasho employment with smem
hoLse htere will take either clerk-hip or assist.
ant bookkeeper; has a goad odncetion and writea
a fair hams; rompesration very reasonable. Ad
dresa W. S.. this utfice.
I E1TUATION WANTED - STEADY YOUNG
t man would like work of any description.
Adtdres. J. \V, lndependlent oticv.
W 'Tl ANTION WANTED -- BY A THTEADY
oo.Ultn maan; wotldl like ait permanent posi
tion it'posible. a\ddie.s Ws. it., lndepend'nt
doe:ic'
W ,ANT'ED)--TOV T FIRST CLASS AGENTS;
' big money for right plartis. Apply room
.it, Hlots bhlitiisig, aniy relaving.
NIIUOATION WANTED -t- A YOUNLi MAN
would like a position as waiter In a hotel'
or celo. Address H. P., this otice.
HIELP WVANTED --F2 ALE.
7ANTED--100 GlRLS WANTED AT (ClAN
WANTED-A ('OMPETE;NT O(RL, FOR GEN
' cral housework. Apply at 525 ('lark street.
VANIfED--IFO URGOOD GENELR L I[0 USE
' work girls: finoplace'. good wages. Ap
ply at the Belvidere Employment ofite at once.
IELP ,WANTEI)---I ALE.
ster, also a dishwasher, tall Monday
morntlg Ba. as.
S a..ANTED - TEN MsINERS; ONLY FIRtST
class miners nerd atpply the foreman, Em
pire mine. Golden Loaf Ltdt, Empire. Mlont.
W ANT'D--10 TIE MAKEsS AT ONCE.
N. P. ELmployment Ageouncy.
SANTED-- AGENT1 - FREE PREPAID
ontflitto energetic men. Several of our
Watesmon have earned from $71) to $10J a week
for years past. P. ). box 1.371, New York.
WANTED-.A GOOD CANVASSER TO WcORK
in real estate office. Address box 414.
WANTED--CUSTOM CLOTHING SALES
man for city trades none but experienoed
Falesmen need apply.: referencas required. Ad
dress Salesman, this oflice.
FOlR RENT-DWVELLINGS.
SFOR RENT-BRIllCK HOUSE,. ALL MODERN
m coev, niuces. ('all 03 Warron street; will
rent cheap.
1~Oii RENT- FUI7NISHIED HOUSE. SIX
Sroms, nicely farnishedit, inclntling ptian;
lrick house aid well lorscated, Addres Box 1.0,
'O)R IRENT-7-liOttM DI\-ELLIN(i ON WEST
side, balh, hot andi cold watlr, $20. IMathe
son & Co., Denver block.
- houses in a desirable locality. Parties hav
ing small children need not apply; rent reasona
ble. Addre.s box A, L., city.
1Ot Ci, NIO SIX-ti ROOIM OUSE, CORNER
Twolfth and tIIback, Si:,: 1-room cottaget on
Itodsney street, in Cox addition. S: $ 7-room ihouse.
corIner I ei.sia aveinu, 515; 6-room hosuse, . costa
avenuet. $12: 7-room lhou-e on lao. sta avenue,
v ith bath, etc., $20; ti-room houses, Spruce street,
msodsern. .e0. Mathieson & Co., Denver block.
tOl0 I ;ENT-N'i\VW ;;IX-ROOM BR1ICK
hilose, bath room, farncea, modern and
complete, on Warren street. ..:i per mouth. E
. French & (.o.. age:t. Isolt block.
eOi I;N'i'-U NF'Ul RNlt.l.ED ROOMS AND
S apartments of all kindo and in desirable
locations, 1ts.. I aisO per room. Call and exam
ins our list. WVallace :& 'hornburgh. Denver
building.
uR IOi ENT-CIIAN DLEIR IHAS FURNISHED
antd unfurnished houses in every part of the
city. 24 Edwards street.
S'ORt, lT l'-VERY DEIIrA BLLE lESI
I' donce, nine rooms, on Rodney street, near
Eixth avenue. htelta & Clements.
|1Olt RENT---FUNISH ED HOUSE, 13
rooms, on Rodney street; steam heat, gas,
bath room, all modern convenience,. Steele &
Clements.
FOR RE'I'NT-NICE 6-lROOM PFRlAME HtOUSE
on State street, $25 per month. Steele &
Clements
'OR RENT-8-lROOM BRilCK L OUSE ON
I Breckenridge only $25 per month. Steele &
Cloeente.
F OR Il:NT--NICE i7 .O(3M HBIIICK IltO{i;E
son Henry strdet near the eleotrio motor. Steele
& Clements.
IOR E01 NT---1tCOOM FRAlb HOUSE ON
±- El.venth avenue, $20 per month. Steele &
Clements.
FUOR RENT-SEVERAL RESIDENCES ON
Peosta avenue in Broadwater addition,
for $15 plaer month. Steele & Clements,
iOrt IIENT-ittIScttELLAN EOi;.
l5OR RENT--CORNEIR STORtE. 24x50. WITH
large show window. Splendid location for
grocery or other retail business; $1) pir emonth.
Appsyto Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver build
OR IEN'T--NSTOIIRE (11 OFFICE OUte
Sin opera house. Steele & Clements.
1OR lE-NT--STt)slE ON MLAIN TRliET,
large and desirable; cheap rent, W. V. Cox,
G(old block.
"O.O ENT -FINE LAICIGE BASEMErNT ON
Upper Main street. teoole & Clemonsb.
'Ol INTNI--WAREII OUSE NEtII MON
I' tana C(entral depoLt. ltlee & Clements.
"tOR lIENIT-UNFUINISHlEI) IIOOMs IN
oopera hoenss Steele & Clements.
I 'O 11 R 11ENT-- IOOMS ti 51 tl.BLE lOll
W .hou ctlrsinbin very convrenient location.
W. I. crx. iuold hloos.
ISOAID) AND tO()OiM OFICIFI; EIR).
\Vsarssn stri.t, corler Sixtl h aivi.
sirder tis sIlsnsgnsenlllt of lMrs. '. Mi. Leathe;
lti.tiysLttdiand furnisusls I. lStricrlly lirst-clas..
Ait uderl- cn imlniroveoltsUts. lCastaulsrant in son-s
t'N: :: Nr tLOOs IN IIIVA-l' E . AI.lLY
, tith Ibard utL 505 lwiMn stroot.
OR.RENT - OtNO B UNL U -
on m a at.sur i a Ewin Hrre~t, etarner
'ORT RENT--LT BitL Wla . RsI NIBUMSD
wront room t oor or tWo e oeomen., .n
aquire No. , North u Wth ,
'OR IENT--COMFORTABh FURTNISHED
e rctum at roeoaat rates, Hrve o y k,
brand treet, Next door Ilotol ,Helena.
t20It hIENT---THPJtE dURNISHEnD hOOMnt
e? with or wlutht board No. Nrth enton
avenue.
MISC7ELL ANEEOUS.
OHANDLERi IS THWE MAN TO GET YOU A
house. Everyo_ goes to him to get rent
ers. 6Employmont o cen , 2e Edwar. A treet.
SOTANT HD- A MAN WHO WILL GIVE $1,20
nfor a hali i t ine a large artzead, the
money to begexpended in developing the prop
erty and to be patdioa work progrees. ath
eson A Co.. Denver Block.
WANTED--FOUR TO SIX BOARDERS CAN
ba accommodated at c05 Ewingstreet.
W. ANTED-TO BUlLD A SIX-ROOM HOUSE
with farnace and bath room complete for
$'2,000. Colt and 4u plasne; we know they wIll
suit. Wallace &Thonburgch, Denver building.
W~ANTiED-A GC TXOEtE FOR, QONE E F
the finest re sce ites on weet aides pric
low for rah. Wm.Wth.
W-ANTiD-A BUYEII FOR A PIECE OF
inside propPerty jest the thing0 fora row of
flate; close to Main street. Win. Muth.
W4ANTEI)--A TIRADI)HR WHO WANTS A
l ranch in extige for buainee property. .
Wm. Muth.
T AN-IED--TO TRADE 80 ACRES NEAR
Great Falls for Helena property. Steele A
Clemente.
WANTEID--A BUYE!I 1011 A PLATTED
tract of the beet residence property on
west side; price .ay.down; halt calsh balaneein
one year. Wm. Mnth, agent.
ATANTED-TO TIRAD)E A 9-ROM HOUSE
VV on east aide, hardwood floor and finish.
bath. furnace, all modern cenvenicaces, for un
improved property, or wisellel equity for $,t000.
WANTED-A WELL DEVELOPED MINE
free milling gold ore proeferred; price
beaod on developments. Win. Ruth, agent.
LONT.
1OST-BLACK ANII WHITE TICKED ENG
lish aetter, large black spot over one side
of head, the other site white; answers to the
name of "Don." Suitaile reward will be paid
at 644 Dearborn street. . I:. Ashby.
LOST-A NCKLACE UP GOLD BEADS BE
tween the corner of Riodnoy street and Tenth
avenue and Turner hall. Finder please leave at
this officoe or at 505 lwing street and receive re
ward.
TOST--A SHt'AtI PIN SET WITH A MON
tana sapphire; reward. Leave at Independ
ent officer.
FOUND.
fOUN D-A SHRINIlR'S PIN. CAN BE HAD
by applying at this office and proving prop
erty.
FOUND--L OF P. 'IN. CALL AT THIS
! oficea.
FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE.
T'OR SALE-LO8IS AND 2, IN BLOCK 10,
I corner South Rodney and Southern streets.
Level ground; finest view in the city. Apply to
J. N. Craig, 612 S. Rodney street.
IOR SAI,E--S1,500 FOR A GOOD 5-ROOM
I frame dwelling on Sparta streut, one bloc k
fron lIodocy: cotu.iSas hall, five roomus, pantry,
large'los t, ito6d'.tllar. lot 10x125; 0050 down,
balance on time, interest at 8 per cent. Mathe
son & Co., Denver block.
OR:0 SALE--$1.650, NEAT 4-ROOM DWELL
ing on Eighth avenue, near turn of motor
line. with good lot; $2.O down. $25 per month.
Matheson & to.. l)ecver block.
F OR SALE-8-$.500, ELC GANT DWELLING IN
.s Easterly addition, within 10 or 12 minutes
walk from court house; [email protected] reception hall,
eight rooms, alse bathroom fally equipped,
pantry, five closets, plate glass windows, fire
place, hot and cold wa er, large cellar, plumbing
nor furnace and gas, dnishe:l in ca'k, fronts
norith $1,000 down, balance on any reasonable
time desire:l. Matheson & Co, Denver block.
F Ol SAL1E-32,500; 7-I-OO- DWELLING ON
Peosta avonue, corner lot; $200 down, $23
per month. Mathueson & Co., Denver block.
''OR SALE-85,1503; A VERY FINE IIANCH
in JDeer Lodge county of 800 acres, ample
water and timber, good buildings, commands
ine range. P'rice, which is very much lss than
the value of the bare land. includes team marei,
mowing machine and other farm implemente.
sw and shingle mill, a considerable quantity of
lumbar and logs; $2,500 down. balance easy
terms. latheson & Co., Denver block.
+d.).[ NEW DWELLING IN EASTERLY
2200. aaddition. Hall, eight rooms, pan
try, closets, cellar, city water, fine outbuildings;
house is very substantially built. is attractive in
appearance and guaranteed to bh warm. I 1id
place was built by Martin & Dibbart, who are
generally acknowledged to be careful, competent
and conscentious builders. Terms l00o down,
balance on long time. Matheson & Co., Denver
block.
..Olt SALE-FOIl $300 GOOD BUILDING
F lot 50x150 on South end of Rodney street;
address box 777, city postotfco,
F01t .ALE--S ,000, 50x140 FEET, 6-ROOM
" frame house, a corner on Warren street;
$6,500, 75x150 feet, 8-room atone house on Madli.
son avenue; $3,500, 40x11l feet. 6-room frame
house, corner, on Chaucer street; $3,500, 40x113
feet. 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E
h. French & Co.
POR1 SALE--$1,F0, 75x125 FEET, 4-ROOM
frame house, liroadwater motor line; b,500,
50x130 feet, l-room frame house, 50 feet double
frontage on Benton and Park avonue, business
aroperty;: $5,010, 84x110 feet, 8-room framehouee
onLawrence street; $5,000, e00xlt0 feet, 9-room
brick house on Eleventh avenue. E. S. French &
Co.
LFIOR SALE--WAUEi-OUSE LOT. IN EL.
- liston, on N. I'. right of way, $100. Mathe
run & Co.
]'R BSALE- -.NICE 7-ROOM B1lI('K tOU.,J
- on Eleventh avenue near iodney. steele &
Clements.
jt0li BALt-- FINE 8-.IlOt)M BRICK 110054
on Spencer street, near Rodney, only few
minutes from postollioe, at great bargain. Steelo
& Clements.
u~ 'R SALE- SIX-ROOM iOtUSE ON NINTH
avenue within a block from steam molor
line price $2,3101, iayable $3 0 down. balance to
suit lnrcuraer. MlathesonI & Co.. Donver Block.
ORl SALE- $1,0lA; $351 CAISH, BALANCE
L on long time, buys a now three-room house;
Iot t7O 27.l Adt-dress box 777, city.
F01h HA 6LE -N W- .O-ROOM O110 UE IN IBROAD.
water addition, only one block from electric
imotor; emall pavmonu t down, balance install
ment5, Steelo & Clements.
At " f o u r r
L. PtW- & CeO.: CHICAGO CHOiCOLAtE CjEAMS
P " ~Bon Bons, Butter Cups, Marshmallows, Cream Mints.
FRESH SHRIPMENT JUST RECEIVED.
949 ROYSTALIZED FRUITS,
NUTS OF ALL KINDS, FIGS,
BY TELEPHONE DATES, GRAPES, ORANGES, APPLES,
* "" CONNOISSEIUR'S DEHESA RAISINS,
Fy's Chocolate Creams in Fancy Boxes.
Gordon & Dilworth's Table Delicacies in Glass,
Champagne-:All the leading Brands,
Buntyj. Palmer's Celebrated English Crackers,
Havana Cigars, Fancy Tobacco,
Novelties in Pipes.
BACH, CORY & CO.
SAND COULEE COAL.
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 $3.50 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. C.. PERRET, Agent.
Telephone 101. Uptown office in Motor
office on Sixth avenue.
FOIL SALE-- EAL ESTATE.
FORSALE-CORNEIt LOT, 100x150, on best
residence street in the city; full view of
the east side and valley. Address box 777. city
postoffice.
FTOR S&LE-AT A BARGAIN-50 FEET ON
Broadway near Hoback; easy terms. Ad
dress postofliceo box 20, Helena.
FOR 0BALE--50x140 FEET ON LYNDALE AVE
nec at a bargain; terms to suit. Steele &
Clements.
FOR SALE--fI-RO11OM RIESIDENCE ON WEST
Sside, bath room, well finished, $1,250 cash.
balance to suit. Steele & Clements.
OR1 SALE-$-2.800, 50140 FEET. 5-R1OOM
frame house on Fihth avenue; $,1500, .0xli0
feet, -room brick house on Eighth avenue;
$4,000, 42x10 feet, 5-room frame house on Broad
way; $1,200. 45xi000 feeoot, 5-room brick house.
corner, Broadway. I. e. French & Co.
1iOR tAIA--$r:50 WILL BUY A PIECE OF
land adjoining Davis street and not more
than ton minutes walk south of Broadway. front
age 450 feet: water convenient; a good location
for some one who wants a roomy location for
keeping teams or cows: easy terms. Matheson
& Co., Denver Block.
FOR FALE-I1ESIDENCE ON WEST SIDE,
close to business center, large lot, east
front, very desirable home. Steele A Clements.
1~Olt BALF.-NEW 5IX-ROOM, AND BIATII
J room house, corner lot. 50x100: furnace, bath,
out-buildings, fences and sidewalk, complee;
price, $9,500: small cash payment; balance on
easy terms at eight per cent. Ijancroft, P. .
box 813, 1{elona.
VOlt SALE-- $.2.0 FOR AN ELEGANT NEW
F house in Lenox addition: eight rooms be
side bath-room, front and back stair, reception
hall, oak finish, plumbod for hot air and gas,
amplne grounds, north front; $1. 00 down. a do
cided bargain. Mlatleon & Co., Dlnvnr Block.
FOR SALE--REAL ESTAT,.
FOR SALE AT A BARGATN.-NEW FIVE
Sroom brick cottage on west side. Has hall,
bath.hot and cold water, water closet, nice lawn,
stable, fruittrees; near two electric lines; $201
down; balance to suit; no interest. Address
Owner, box 237, Htelena, Mont.
FttOR SALE-FINE 8-BOOM BRICK RESI
i dence on west side, only two blocks from
Main street, fronts on two streete; very cheap.
Steele & Clements.
OR SALE-$5,000. 40x100 FEET, 9-ROOM
brick, bath, cellar, etc., gas fixturee, double
frontage on two streets. .. S French & Co.
FOR SALE-ELLISTON LOTS IN DEPOI
- additon from $40 to $100. Matheson & Co..,
Denver Block.
OR SALE-$3,3U00, 85x8, 8-ROOM BRICIK,
cellar, water, ete, on Ialebgn street; $r,8B00
42x88, 0-room brick, cellar, water, etc., on l.l.
sigh street- $5,500, 50xUO feet, S-room frame
hoUse, on lauser boulevard; $4,500, 45x100 feet,
5-room frame house on Broadway. . S. French
& Co.
FOR ALE--ONE OF THE FINEST
ranches in Montana 2,080 acres, every acre
can be irrigated and have abundance of water,
fine range on overy side, good market for every
thing produced, good improvements; will be sold
at a great bargain. W.E. Cox, Gold block.
FOR SALE-$1,81W00 1ixl13 4-1100111 IRAMII
on Dakota avenue; A4,00. 50xP4, 7-room
frame hause, Blake street; $4,000, 42x88 feet
9-room brick on Sixth avenue, doatte: $3,500.
35x83 feet, 8-room brick onBeattie street. E. S.
French A Co.
MIONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN-H. B. PALMER. SES
TO LOAN--N BUMS TO SUIT. LOW RATED
of interest. Steele & Clements.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
1lOR SALE--FIFTY HEAD OF FAT CAT
1 tie on lower Flat creek. Inquire of Joseph
Bellville. Dearborn.
FOR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN THE MON
tana Business College Call at this office.
FOR VlALE-ESTABLISHED MERCANTILE
business with a large trade. Will trade for
improved reel estate in Helena. Steele & Clem
ents.
T.OR SALE-OLD PAPERS AT A BARGAIN
1 at this offioe.
F'IH tALEt--Wb SHAREB CUMBERLAND
.' stock , a bargain. Address C E. this
office.
FOR SALE - THREE SCOTCH C,.LLIE
Sshepherdpupples. For particulars inquire
of L. B. Gardner at Lindsay & Co.'e.
:OR SALE-ONE DECKER BROS. PIANO
I' one bedroom set, one parlor set two car
pets, four diningroom chairs, two stoves, eta.
No. 432 Harrison avenue.
OUR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HEL
' ena Business College. Call at this office.
HOVEY & BICKEL,
CIVIL AND ENING
ENGINEERS,
ROOMS 24, 26,
Merchants National
Bank Buildintg.
Helena, - Montana.

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