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THE FINANCIAL REVIEW,
Irregular Movements in the Stock
Market the Outcome of
Bear Raids.
London NO Longer Selling and
Gold Shipments to Amerioa
Have Ceased.
Conditions That Tend to Induce a Healthy
and Active Market-A Goldbug on
Free Coinage.
New Yonx, Feb. 2.--[Special.1-The last
lronular issued by the banking house of
Henry Clows & Co., 11, 13 and 15 Broad
street. and 35 Wall street, says: The past
week in Wall street has been one of irregu
lar movements, the outcome of the "bear"
raids of the previous week. The late "bear"
demonstrations produced a good deal of
dislocation of speculative interests and
have developed a considerable amount of
"short" contracts: which has prolonged the
policy of attack and caused, within the
etst week, a suocession of smart skirmishes
between the two sides. The tactics of the
"bears" have been confined to feints and
surprises, the Chilian affair having been
freely drawn upon for unsettling rumors,
such as a story of the assassination of
Minister Egan, a canard about a Chilian
vessel having fired upon the Yorktown,
etc.-theincredibility of which only showed
the desperateness of the position of the
originators of the alarms.
The course of external happenings has
favored the "bull" interest. The presenta
tion to congress of the Chilian correspon
dence was followed by offers of concession
from the offending country which are re
ported to be satisfactory to our govern
ment, so tnat this question may be con
sidered as having passed the stage of
danger and can no longer be counted upon
by the "bears" as a source of sensational
alarms. This deprives the opposition of its
last effective card. Among other favorable
incidents, there has been a buaying move
ment in some of the Gould stocks, especi
ally Manhattan. The coal stocks have been
more settled, under active buying of Dela
ware & Lackawanna and reports of a more
amicable feeling among that group of com
panies on the question of apportionment of
anthracite production. There has also
been a good feeling among the Granger
stocks, in sympathy with the claim that
Omaha common may be considered entitled
to the rank among the dividend
payers. The Southwestern system
of roads has been sympathetically bene
fited by the introduction of an acoeptable
plan for disposing of the embarrassments
of the International & Great Northern,
which will be advantageous alike to the
Gould lines and the Missouri, Kansas &
Texas, although both will have to pay an
assessment on the stock of the International
& Great Northern, which is equally held
by those interests.
London is no longer a seller-excepting
some small realizings on Louisville &
Nashville in sympathy with last week's
earnings-and that market is now a mod
erate buyer of most of the shares on the
English list. The reduction of the Bank of
England rate of interest and the nominal
rate of three-fourths per cent in the open
market, together with the absence of ship
ments of cold to the United States, are
having a reviving effect upon the London
stock market, which may be expected to
develop into freer buying at a later stage;
though no really active speculation at that
center seems likely to occur for some time
to come. Money still continues to flow into
the New York banks from the interior and
the sub-treasury, and the reserves have
now reached a point which assures decided
ease in loans for a long time ahead and
exceptionally low rates of interest.
This group of occurrences use unOtisiay
strengthened the "bull" side as against the F
"bear:" with the result of a good deal of
tactical maneuvering among the room F
traders to get out of their "short" commit- ii
ments, in which they have but partly sue
seeded. Although all this amounts to an A
actual improvement in the speculative po- n
sition, it has not yet produced any large p
advance in prices. The truth is that while a
operators are convinced that values have a
very sound and safe basis, yet they are un
der the control of a conservative feeling. a:
There is no furor, no excessive sanguine- d
noes; and, in the absence of that specious nl
kind of support, holders prudently incline k
to take moderate profits and wait for re
actions to buy in upon. So long as the
situation is intrinsically a strong one, this i,
is the most satisfactory and most profitable h
attitude to maintain, for it involves h
the minimum of risk and tends to J
prolong the maintenance of a
healthy and active condition of the market.
At the same time the prolongation of such C
a situation tends to a steady growth of
confidence, and that sort of gain means an t
ultimnate development of a more sanguine
feeling, higher prices and speculative ox
citement, which seams to us to be an al
most inevitable result at some later stage
of the campaign. The main thing to be I
hoped is that this final phase may not come t
prematurely or in any other way than
through a gradual rise.
One noticeable feature of the market is
the absence of any definite expectations as
to the future of the foreign markets for
American securitiesa. If any are returned
they do not affect prices hoee, for the rea
son that the local abundance of money
creates an extraordinary carrying power,
and because that power is likely to be longe
maintained. As to the chances of any is
portant foreign demand, that is little cal
culated upon as all element in this mar
ket. The feeling seems to bhe unani
mous that, so long as the position
of silver in our curiency syastun ieuiaine
undetermined, there is quite as much chance
for fo ignirns selline our cecuritiesn as for
their buyingthem: for if silver money is to
be forced down to its more bullion value. :t
is impossible to say wiat meR,; be the value j
of the returns from iuventmentas not payta
ilo specilically in gold. floreigners attach
muich greater importance to this elermellt in
the value of our stocks than we do; and
therefore any movements of publlo opinion
or of conuresrional action which cast a
shadow on the pro pecta of our silver
money put anl imlnediate check upon the
disposition of foreign inveisti:e to ho'd any
of our securitien which dto not promise pay
ment in gold. To this extuet Wall street
follows with interest the current lman uvers
of the two pi t jies ill concre-ts relative to
the silver question. lThat interest i:o mode,
ated by the general conviction t:.t no new
legislation on the qucetiun will he foand
practicable at the preseunt -iasto;r:
and yet congressional discuiesiou
has an: importance to Wall i ltr:,.t
from thy fact that it :m:atrrialir
effects public opinion in countries whelre
the situation is imperfectly uodulstood.
Of one thing thron canr be little question-
that if it were thorght likely that thecoun
try will be ultimately comroitted to tine
free coinage of silver, without any interns- I
tional co-on eratlon to restora nuid lacintain
its vauin. it would send a thrill of appre
hension through all the areat interestatt,at
center in Wall street and produce all un
taralleled p:rostration of confidence in
everythintg financial. It nmuLt slot be in
ferred from Wall street's .elence on thin
question that it is in any se5ns indifferent
about it. It is silent because its voice
would be unheeded among the men who
shape legislation after the demands of pop
ular preludlice and ignor:.nce; but it watches
these movements with deep concern, and
yet not with despondency; for its hope is in
the power of the conservative common
sense of the country to finally defeat the
counsels of eallish interests and of blind
partisans.
Do not Fuffer from sick headacheoa omlent
longer. It is not nlecessary. Ca:ter's Little Liverl
Pills will rcre yon u. loo one little pill. bmall
pcrie. Bmelldoes. Sniall pill
ANOTH1ER LXYING MAL1CINS..
The Alleged Dlsoeisry of an J1lglhtei -
Year-Old Indianapelis stay. "
INDR.NAsOLte, .Feb. 2.-A bright genius,
only 18 years old, named WValter Meroer
has exeited much interest by the announce
ment that he has solved the problem of
aerial navigation. He has been working
quietly at it for nearly two years. The
principle of the ship in some raspeote ie
similar to that of the Ilennington machine,
which created snch talk and made inch aO
failure some months ago. The Mercer plan
is to use steam instead of olec~iloty as i
motive power, as the latter hies not been
simplified suffiioently to give a small en
gine the required power. The ship when
complete will be in the form of a cylinder,
the ends being- conial ashaved. Its entire
length will be twenty-four feet, each coned
end being five feet long and the cabin ten
feet. It will be made of aluminium, an.l
will fly not less than fifty-five miles an hour,
and as much faster as the operator may de
sire. From the cones aluiminium shafting
running to a vertical steam engine of three
horse power in the cabin, will extend out
two feet at each end. On each shaft will
be three propellers having ten, six and one
quarter and lrve feet sweeps respectively.
They will all be one foot wide, fashioned
not unlike a boat oar, and will revolve 850
times per minute. In case of an accident
or when a slow descent is desired a.para
chute, a new aerial invention of this greins,
will be at the command of the operator. By
turning a wheel in the cabin three wings.
that stand upright when not in use each
ten feet long will be unfolded. This, the
inventor claims, is the leading feature of
ship, as it insures perfect safety. The
cabin will be ten feet long and will contain
the machinery and engine. The engine
will be made of aluminium, and the fuel
used will be oil or gas.
Va'entine~! Valentines! The Bee Rive has
just received a large line of new valentines for
THE MARKETS.
--f
Nrw Yeir. Feb. 2.--Bar silver. CO'c.
Copper-Steady: lake, $10.70.
Lead--Steady: domestic. $4.20.
Dealings in the stock market continue to show
a decreased volnme. Selling wavs free in the
forenoon, but later covering by shorts became
pronounced, and a decidedly strong temper was
developed in final trading. Distillers showed
wide fluctuations, suddenly advancing 2 in the
morning and as quickly falling off 1. This did
not afftet the remainder of the market and
hbuar rose 2. Western Union showed much
strength and is up 2 to-night, Distillers 1.4
Governments-Firm.
Petroleum--Closed 61!i.
Closing Closing
UT. S. 4sreg.....1 16% New YorkCentral.11.a
U. S. 4s corupon ....11l.% Oregon imp.'..... 26
T. S. h2s reg ..... 100 Oregon Nay....... 9
tacifiot a.......... 1u9 Paeiei Mail....... 8o
Stton .........n. 119 Pullman Palace... bii,
Canada Pee....... 90 Reading........... 40%
Canada South..... 60% ock Island.. . 91
'entra Pacific.... 8le a St. aulol......... 79
Burlington .....1 0co St. Paul & Omaha 49r
Lack. Western.... 144% flexia Pacific...... 120
Erie ............... 3l2t Union Pacific ..... 41
Kaaesas&ATcxa.... 17911 U. S. Express..... 49
Lake Shore .......12'2 c argo Express....140
['ville & Nash..... 74%y %%eitern Unione... s 7
Michigan Coniral. 1071 Amen. Cotton Oil .tt 1
Miesouri Pacific... 63 Terminal.......... 15
Northern Pacific.. 23% Lead Trust........ 20t
N. P. prof......... 7 Orgn Short Line. 2tl
orthwestoarn..... 117 It. . Western.... 37:
N8rthwosternpref 141 I. G. W.pref...... 9%
Money on call easy at % 2 per cent: closed of
ferad at 11% per cent: prime mercantile paper.
3,a 5t'; sterling exchange firm: i0-day bills,
,.41.4; demand, $4.2.80%.
I.'IC,'t5 CATT[9,.
CUhcAeo. Feb. 2.-Cattle--Ree t, 7000;
steady, good to choice steer, d$4.50tr5 .00; others,
2.f.ill.15; stockers, l$.i85 2. i5; cows, $1.500
2.90.
ltogs--Receipts 27.000: fairly active; higher;
rough snd common. $4.25004.30; mixed and
pactaer, $f.,15n'4.55; prime heavy and butchers'
weights. l$4.5014.60t: tlight. b4.350r4.50.
Sheep-Receiptse 5,000: native owes, $3.00D4.00;
mixed, $4.10.4.50; wethers, $5.00c't.05;he Tex
ans. 51.20; westerns, $4.1i.l15; lanmbes [email protected]
6.25.
CHICAGO PRODUCE+
Cercho.a Feb. 2.-Cloee-Whdat--Easy; cash,
85cr0b1r0:; May. i89tt89Mc.
Corn-Firm; cash. 40nc May, 41'di.
Oats-Steady; cash, 2ts lc: May. 0i201004o.
Barley--Siki0l9c.
Pork-Easy: rash, $3.90; MSay, $11.90.
Lard-Easy; cash, $li.42t4 G.470.1; May, $6.62%
06.75.
lthoulders-$4.62 i' 001.75.
Shoert clear--$.000dd.U5.
Short ribs--5.77+'e.
,'ALE OF REAL ESTATE-BY VIRTUE OF
i adecree male in the district court of the
First judicial district of the state of Montana,
in a nd for the county of Lewis and ('larke, o0
the :1lst day of October, A. D. 1891. in the suit of
Silliaort '. Rector, plaintiff. against Samuel
Alexander, defendant, the undersigned, as a
master of said court, appointed for thait pur
pose, will sell to the highce.t bidder, for cash. on
Wednesday, the 24th day of Feobroary. A, D. 1892,
at theo hour of 12 o'clock noon tof said day, at
the front door of the court house in the city of
Helena, all the right, title and interest of the
said William F. Rector in and to the following
described real estate, situates in thes city of hlIel
ena, county of Lewis aend Clarke antd state of
Montana:
lost 10 in block 10, lots 3 and 4 in block i13, lot
21 in block it, lot 5i in block 1t, lot 12 in blocik
t2, lot 12 in block 21, Iots 7 anti 0 in block 2,
lot 14 int block 2", loet 18 in block 25, lot 12 i
block 34. lots I and 2 dn hlock t5, and lot 12 in
block 32. all of said lots and blocks bwimn in the
Flower Garden addition to said city of Helena,
JOIIN ol. BAlIItOWiO.
Helena. Mont.. Febt. 2. A. D. 1892.
ltUAlMONO-IN 'd1117, OISTiiIC't' ('Ol'i' OFe
t e 1irt .irdicat ldical stritof te state of Mon
tana. ii, a ndl .r the c ousty ot Lewis and Clarke.
idob.tt C. Scott, plaintff, vs. Margaret ltcoLt.
defendant.
he male of Montana sends greeting to the
aboeto-anlcdl defenda:t:
You are hereby requi red to appear in an action
bro.ghct aainst yout by tie: above-named plain
tilt in thle d t.rt:t rcourt of the First judicial
distrirt lof th sita a of Motana, in and for ltht
otounty rf Lttw,. ::1' ('lar'... aril to answir tli,
cottlaint riled ihrct'en. withtl tr: days ioxcni
siac of the dty tf sottr.cc) .tetar the ts'rvihe on
you of th~istIntitnon',. if torvcd within til, countc:
,~r, if .iervtl o,,t -f thin county, hot within thus.
tlitrict' within I twenty (las; othterwi. withtin
forty days, or judl.me:t 11,y dfalt will bie taikens
a.ccinst you, act ordling to ti.h prayer of ail corm
plain'.
'hie said action is brought to obtain ai deree
dissolving tIc ' b:.'is of msatrinsocy nowt
it:: "btwe'nl sarid plaintiff and dofend
c ut. on tlte grco uds I alutery thy said dcefrintd
at. with n0: Jaccne Allrt, at ihe tionli of tsait
cl,'endant iu tlh city itt ('.l.r:'y, 'lirtrict if l
boia, nottiriion' t te'at, ainJd cn ticth fcrllc.r
ct:ruiitd Itc..t aeo I hair l cuiolt certiage lo .said cl -
[..nlcnt hals treat,, ,'aitititiff ire It ctr l cn'i iJn
cct : inallti:'r. all ,,f wh1ie,, nice,, folly ul;,catrs
it, tie c'ci,.tl::i', on it' etc , ~it atoc .' cttll ,.:l
court.
Andt yu a, hierc-iy notile I that if yout fail to
accti srd ac cvc'r thicl, said c',tclct,la i ac.hl,o
ic, tritite e :tc eatidl ccah tl wilr 'c:ci ly ct it aV rtcr
tor thl re,'f d irun.,ded: in caid itttl omplait
.ivo ccl-llr Vt i',dOcsl i nlcllcelrc:,licfth ccry.
co€urt of the First ,httiriat dii.Irirto t,,rt,,a 'tabe riopi
Mrtnh:. in and l4)r te r+ounty of n.+;wi' aetl
('l,.r}.o. 11hiH '1,, Flay of ,Jantar), in1 the v year of[
. o r hoedr, ono3 I ou-.od tight hou. Ires all'l rltiucty
i % . is I..c ".1 1u , B .EAN, ('lork.
eV. &. M n.rule, Ir,. ,
Sttt,'rnA y filrc Irla'ntilf
1 'UM'ICONS-)IN 'lit' It lii',1'l't;'l' I ttliOUI' ()F
lis the I ',rt d: , rJ ia cli e ci:': t lt. i'e t elof 1cc
t.,ca, i' atil Ic,r cII. e 'icety rcf il,,Vitte r. l ark,.
i.ciy Ict.ihtr, plautoft, cc. lhomic:a A. I'itcer,
dSuf,'trJ ant.
I" eii't' of 'dJcci:tuncet s-n' Is gra'tirhg to tics
_Lboil) namIJed dfclf ,,tiH:
W1ou ari i rc.by rcii ,..l l t t spictr in an notic s
b roi ght 3l Otilst you ,", the, lias'r, aisid jblven tc
lti- I ti:. ; ."irt rl,+rl of tihO lh'ies j;ciioiel
f ietr:.t oc the c'ctk, a of Montana, iii atild tire
r oi+ul" ~Ii",V iartk}+ a. d to etc-Swtr tl,:
u I :,)l :'inlt lhd tl ireic, within tl:e days 'r'oclt
st.; o~f ,',e cay rI serai.,', oiter tc,,, trOrvl ,,1
,tc,o h 11.5i0 mtc.cicl. if iorvrt, t'ltli t I ilcscricic
if,, -rue tft l I t "f i t t i+ ,',.,irt] hql ,- i t!i+ ,h:
d istri't, wittinlwt,n ty i.a,e, ethlrwie,' vtictic
furl y ,ia, s, t cr lct.'sirci':,, tilfe i -ll will toc taki,:
1 laiie'rt you, ac,'".rdttng to Ih,, prays: of sai'd ecowc
`I cre said l ctll t i' w r,,, lihti to obtai li a dicrde
- sto this <'our. dius,,:ving the iu,n'li of glint riluooy)
it now iottii b"I avroct sld I~ttcttililf atc dcleil
ant., upoU the,, hro,£I;(d'i st |o.ti in tb i+ eu p ti iL
t lill in tlis a:':ton. ,cl I,,r gc'nori r,r'.'i,
l'ltictdll cfll'at'a icr ihr said 'ccii ptaint, asc
g ct'onircls1fc+,ce t:divesv, that oil th', itht, dtj if
,h?:v, A. l IB41., t! i letr'cdact .'ilhfscllcic .l
t s wit}l} ('ant,@ davrtiit dal:d ai tlioulo(he itsa:e.
Stilh andi abi~aetod lit call Iroi latiit i|| .isots'.
u htr wiet and cthl:., Loutil;r :'oh.it ascd tI, artlcI
fr:om tle dtat, of Montana withost int t , f
8I ruturniig Ihl,Po.r,.
d An't yn are, heroh. notile I lihat f yot fail to
app gar itl 'ahSVair hJlaied rOinl aiull as ahioio
0 reuthrd, the saidc Il:ttlitI will utlt to ti ier.or
n for rittc re.' f -ldtciiir.di'd it Err ana,} c'olcIc:tint
S ;iivoo un,,er mly t'cndandtie ,eaoif tl.i, trcc't
Silctlrt of it,,l I r,.ci .tti . :|tl dilltrir't f ct i stath ,'f
' ictn.J nst, it,:curl fir iihe connty lof ,ilwlcaecd
tl'arcie. thc,. ;ti diy .f Jai ar:,, in hits: rf
iu'u lord. oioteionuosad rlgight Ictrtt ncinitititty.
it twoe.
" s'let. I .II0t'1 BEAN, 'lerk.
lI Ily H ,i. i'estoy, lcl,oty (lark.
tterlie0 & MolIy, attortnys for slaiatiff.
ApDVXHTsaEas Xma.1IT .
Satters to the followins addeis r r en .t
hAll for at this o lcaf ee
!',M :,, . ,......... At. (Vina..
IITUATIONS WANTtD--FIt'1MALU.
OAdvertiOments under this head thitee tuns
SITUATION WANTED--TOO 3 '0 FAS4N0A.
l roe lreasmakip at reasonable rates: No.
103 SI.lxth avenue.
SITUTIN VATD"W\AN BY
the honr or day. Inquire 41 Da~vist teet.
ITUATION WANTED-BlY TWO NOANDI
naviaa girls to cook or do gencral house.
wurkL; would like to get place together it l..ei
ble. Address or call on liov. N. Boe, o.irnee
'T'welfth avenue and Idaho street.
S811T1 ON WANTED-A YOlNG ILiADY
fr n an esstorn college will gve .lrivate
lessons in all tuglish branches and Latin' also
instrumental music; good rconeentldationus
terms easy. Address C. ii., ludependeut.
I1TUATIONQS WANTED-MALE.
Advertisements nanur this heaw three tihnes
FEER.
ITUATION WANTED-A D KEEPPER
Swould lite to work nights and mmrningsn r
do writing for some firm who do not keep a reg
nlar booekeeper. Address Uookkeeper, this ot
fice.
OTUATION.WANTErD-BOOK.IKEEPER" LATE
S of Chieago, honostand or goot habits wants
employmenut; willing to work for estasl wageo
unihl spring. Addteese O. A, this ease.
OITUATION WANTED--BY A LICENSED EN
. gineer to run or fire a boiler. Address X. C.,
this ofIioo.
liHLP WANTED F.EMALE.
W ANTED-A WOXIAN TO WASH AND
ron weeookly at the house of a family of
two . unquir. at 14 South ltaleigh street.
WANTED--AFIeRST-CLASS COOK. APPLY
128 Benton avenue.
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE.
wort in familyof three; $23 oer.month;
fare paid. Address lack box 3, A3khorn\ Mont.
ANTED--A GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK.
aApply 501 tw;ng stro;t, corner Ninth
WANTED--tt.ItL FOR GENERAL HOUSE.
work; must have good references. In
quire .1t Sixth avenue.
WANTED-- t IlL 1t Oe 15 YEARS OF AGE
toassist about the house. 726d Sixtht ave
eT.ANTED--GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
V wort. Inquire at Mineral Spring hotel.
HEL[P WANTED-- MALE.
XANTED--CUSTOM CLOTHING SALES
,' man for city trade: none but experienced
caleomen need apply.; references required. Ad
dress Salesman. this office.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
FORt RENT-ONE THRIEE-STORY BUILD
mng in Granite. storeroom 2ix3. fine cellar,
21 lodging rooms: centrally located and rates
reasonsblo. Address W. J. Swartz, Granite.
Mont.
'ORI RENT-STORE OR OFFICE 1OOM
r.Ol .~·-.TOOtlE ON MLIN SITREET,
Slarge and deesirable; cheap rent W. t. eCoe
Gold block.
i011 IRENT-FINE LARGI BASEMENT ON
.Upper Main street. Steele & Clements.
L'OR IENT--WAHtflHOUSR NEAR SOIG
1 tans Central depot. Steele & Clementa.
'OR RENT-U IRSINIIED ROOMS IN
opera house. Steele & Clarneets.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
{otl ,ENT - FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nished roomu. for rent at 210 Warren street,
ext to Orandon block.
FOR RLENT--LARGE WELL FURNISHED
front room to one or two gentlomen. En
uiro No. 9, North Ewing.
UO R I.ENTT-COMFORTABLY ,URNIH.NHED
rooms at reasonal rates. -larvo y~b look.
rand street. Next door Hotel Helena.
,'OR IIENT-TIOOREE FURINISHED ROOMS
with or without board. No. 1E North lenton
BOARD AND 1HOO,4 OFFERED.
h'OR RENT--NICELY FURNOSItED ROOM
L in private family, bath included, and board
desired at reasonable rates. 509 Sixth avenue.
10: RENT 1- PLEASLNT FURNISIIEDW,
Srooms, with first-class table board, at 301
3entor avenne n
FOR RENT -ROOMS AND BOARD, 306
Warren street, corner Sixth ave.
[Olt ENT--R1IOO.MI L. IlVAri YFAMhLY
with or without board at 505 Ewing street.
fOit IF.FN'r--D V ELLING
POR RENT--GOOD FIVE-ROOM HI-OUSE
at $8 per month. Matheson & to.. Denaer
slock.
L'01 RiENT---LOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, NAVW,
'erorner rlot, No. 639 Poosta avenut , e15.
fatheson & ('o.. Denver block.
FOR. RENT -- (ONVENIENT 5-ROOM
stwelling with large etasble, No. lt i Peoota
:venue; 015. 'latheeon & Co.. Denouver block.
ORt PIlrNT-NEAl' sOT I'ADE ON EltilITIt
avenue; $12; nMoatheoon & Cu., Denver
block.
IOIL REhNT-NO 918 PEONT'rA AVENUE,
Ib rick dwelling, 7 rooms, bath room. eta.;
21. ldathoson & Co., J)onvor block.
I OR lItENI---NEAT 4- R OM (1 CO llrAtO F,
SOsEighth avenue, $12; 5 room dwelling on
?,,arto street, 110; new i-roosn dwelling on
'eosta avesle. $1'2; now 7-lom hoIse. corner
s'costa and ;arfield. $15; 5-r.,onm houeo and large
barn. No. 59 l oosta, $15. Matheson & Co.
I 1 ItI NTI--UlNFUIINISHEIl 1OOMS0 AND)
I apartments of all kinds and in desirable
locationss, et$4 to 01 per room. (:ll and exam
ine:nr list. \VtlOaco h A lThoruborgh, Denver
blsilitng.
1;i 01i :EN'rT--V IER. DiMllI.A RtIE- RESI
dance, nine rooms, on lHodnoy street, near
Bixth avenue. hteole & Clementrs.
tO'R RlENT---F1'C NIMIED lHOUSE, IS
rooms, on Hodney street; eteams boat, gas,
bathl room, all modern conveniencss. Steele &
Slemrents.
'iUol P E'.'--NICI: ti-iOt)l. FRAME HOUS.
in ptate street, $25 per n onti Steele &
Itull lI.N'1' 1-I'I51M lI1(' K iIOUSE ON
lBre.-kenridgo only $25 per smonthL. Steele &
Clemnssts.
.-Of5 IlNi -NII'E 7' 11' t N. I11I:lK li[)ttU E
Son lerey stret-l uar the eleCotrc mlotor. Stoles
1. tlets suto
Ii(lR Il,:.NT i:-110:- , 1 I:ll l -t., 1 . l,;111 ; ON
I lvellth aolonlte, $230 5) r Isollth. Sloelo &
f lemnirts.
.t1ll itt.NT I lEVI;l:AI, It5itl- l::N5c': ON
I'ssolta avenue in BIroadwater addition,
;for $1:, ssr snonth. te ts.l's ('l;slesn ts.
1-51 ll -A IYE--+It.EAI, IEbTI'ATI'..
I tI t E -- I O N I II l ' s I A .\ T -,Ii )E r'E O N
v,,,-t eide at a bar(' li.; ni . e s iotntS fourna e,
tlrool t r 1 m i all Is s; ritun ltlsti , , r ts.od ;l ar,
l01 ' ot uiL T I \i:.; l ' r4I.. IO sI It, t U
w.,-| tlit 1e var, y tI ' t,( ; t ltrl¢ar n owishl siol
isilsdisng tUslll' ty nd -Istc l Isi" Jll,,.. Vein.
u nth, uei.
1O; L11 :, A +1 -l] .t-I AN ;! At"'I II;AI ,l' KAIR
S -,, sli hl stwt i tol.l Iow in llie I Flat
Is-al Vaole:. R'es Mo l10t1, snis.
1ýl01 1Al' I II ,VL; SI-IVi:ItA-I, . isoVll S
d is' n n is lIs wet lsoi ftr salt, at dillotr
-lit urices andl tirissl I art iest o s hil e s t l ily a
onls lls llt.l" w,,ll o call and soe whl a I cIn ,of
i-s,. \ i,,e Sluth, agt.,
I l'it hAl I .1 A l.JALl,: NI W i)IIUHEI, (IN
I perel nl ntss l aouss.hlll s.ll, all d s llsr, i lltrove
b1,1, k.
1UI- .HAl --- WIlh li11 y A l I'Is:(lOI; (l
. land tAljoiing Dsine. oairet lis not more
than ,;u m inuts. walk ,sutll lir I l-roaday; front
age -+.0 fVlts. ,ll.tr conll.li,.lnt; a ioodl lo*ation
fr oi.rtln ones who wanl it 'irnlisy tsllolln for
, (is., tD,.s;s ," lIoitL.
j , A I)A^ t . I INI: h 1 5 1 l; " ,l Ii1H -181
|. d vO on Vwtt , a toly two li,,ks frosm
aloi strsr-ut fromns on two streets; vory cheoap,
FI ir s(1'1 ' 1 tIri 0 ., t l t . s-I r. "sts: or
th .eIl f ,,, it :1 i 1 issfy Ilsis-A y,-'-r't 1111o f re ply.
mi'ss- of.svt hi pricesfl it. hMstliuUor & Co.,.
holster blossk.
'balanc to suit pnrtaea e onem o from -m
ftoe inst, rthelon lp tC t enoer o
-ltt fSoi n~ onrladwatlOr hotel groundsl
(e-.stfrront Wian Mutb, not
frame h ouse, Br1adwae to n
stable fee 0rotres nepar to l o lina t
nsr p Aty; $5.,00., 81 0 FEfet 8 R $r OlaO
on awroec, stree $, 0010, fraoom
brick house on liesutia avenue, . i. t. i oh t
Co.
jOR SALE-. SIX-lROOM HOR " ON NINTH
' avnues withln a lock from steam motor
line rice $2800, tavyablo $8)0 down, balance to
suit purchaser. Matheson A Co., Denver Block.
t'O SALE--$1,005 $9150 CAiEH, -ALANCO
an long time, buys a new three-room hoause
lot 5Oxll2 Address box 777, city.,
G'Ol HAL-LE--.,l1O00 -IIDEI M:NtEON W10'NT
Saside, bath room. well finished. 81,250 asuh,
balance to suit. Steele F Clements.
OttB sRIE-CIO tC T R 1ESIDENCE LOTS INl
F1 llaser addition at very low prices .
Moth, t t.
iORl SALE-N I EW6-BOO eI- O0 SIN EROAD
F water addition only one block from eleetrio
motor; small payment down, balance inetall
ments, Steele & Clemonts.
F OR ISALE--0ESIDENCE ON WEST SIDE.
S lose to business. center, large lot, east
front, very desirable home. Steele & Clements.
F1oil SALE--$3.500 FOI AN IiLIGYMNT NIW
house in Loner addition: eight rooms to
tide batl-room, front and back stair, reception
ball, oak finish, p!umbod for hot air and gas,
ample grounde, north front; $1,000 down. a do
ederd bargain. Matheson A Co., Denver Bl..k.
[Olt SALE A'P A ARIGAIN.-NEW FIVE
room brick cottage on west side. Las hall,
bath.hot and cold water, water closet, nice lawn,
stable. fruit trees; near two electric linosse t$0
lown; balance to sult; no interest. Address
Owner. box 237. Helena. Mont.
-1-0 SAL-It-$5,00. 40x100 FEET, n-ROOM
i' brick, bath, cellar, etc., gas fixtures, double
frcntego on two street. E. S. Yroncch & Co.
OR SALE-ELLISTON LOTS IN DEPOT
- additon from $40 to $100. Matheson & Co.,
Denver Block.
IF O1R bALE-F-$,00i, 50x140 FEET, I.ROOl.I
franoe house, a corner on Warren street;
80,500, 7x5 feet, 8-room stone house on Madi
son avenue; $8,500, 40xll3 feet. 0-room frame
henae, corner, on Chaucer street; 1$3,500. 40xi13
feet, 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E.
b. French A Co.
SOR SALE--$3,I0U0, 35x8. .-OOM BRICK.
FUccllar, wator, eto, on lalelgn street; 8$3,800,
L2x88, I-room brick, cellar, water, etc., on al.
sigh street; $5,500, M 0x100 feet, 8-room frame
house, on ilaucer boulevard; $41,500, 45xi00 feet,
.room frame house on Broadway. E. S. French
&o Co.
SOR SEALT.--UNE OF THE FINIEST
Sranches in Montana. 2.080 acres, every acre
rcan be irrigated and have abundance of water,
line range on every side, good market for ever.
thing produced, good improvemente; will be sold
at a great bargain. WV. E. Cox. Gold block.
.O R 2LE -- 1 3 , 25x" 113, 4- [IOOR . F R A M E
r on Dakota avenue; $4,000, Oxtt, 7-room
frame hause, Blake street; $4,000, 42x88 feet,
li-room brick on Sixth avenue, Bcattie; $1,500.
$SxS feet, 8-room brick on Beattie street. E. S.
French & Co.
1OR SALE-$2,80, 50x1l0 FEET. 5-ROOi0
Sframe honse on .iohth avenue; $3,500, 50x14l
feet, 5-room brick house on Eighth avenue;
.4.000, 42x10 feeoot, 5-room franme house on Broad
way; t4,200. 45x.00 feet, l-room brick house.
corner, Broadway. 1. S, Frencht & Co.
ORl SALE-CORNEtl LOT, 1U0x150, on best
Sresidence streetin the city; fill view of
the east side and valley. Addresa box 17. city
postofiice.
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN-- 0 FEET ON
I Broadway near Hoback; easy terme. Ad
dress postoffice boxr l, Helena.
F.OR SAL E-,50xl0 FEET ON LYNDALE AVE
' ue at a lbargain; terms to suit. Steele &
Clements.
17OR SALE--$2,500; 1-1R010 DWELLING ON
. Posta avenue. coiner lot; $200 down, $22
per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block.
iPOR SALE--$5,50;" A VERY FINE RANCII
-' in Deer Lodlge county of 800 acres, ample
water and timber, good buildings, comnWods
fine range. Price, which is very much les than
tlhe value of the bare land, includes team mares,
mowing machine and other farm implermonts.
saw and shingle mill, a considerable quantity of
lumbor and logs; $2,500 down. balance easy
terms. Mstheson & Co., Denver block.
$2')00 NEW DWELLING IN EASTERLY
S addition. Hall, eight roomes, pan
try, closets, cellar, city water, fine outbunildings;
house is very substantially built, is attractive in
appearance and guaranteed to be warm. Ihis
placo was built by Martin & Dibbart, who are
generally acknowledged to be careful, competent
and conscentions builders. Terms $000 down,
balance on long time. Matheson & Co., Denver
block.
0Ol1 SALE-FOR $300 GOOD BUILDING
. lot 50x150 on South end of Rodney street;
address box 777, city postoffice.
T'OR SAILE--FINE S-ROOM BRICI HOUSE
on lSpencer street, near Ilodney, only few
minutes from postollice, at great bargain. Steele
& Clements.
FOR SALE-$-1,650, NEAT 4-ROOM DWELL
ing on Eighth avenue, near turn of motor
line, with good lot; $200 down, $25 per month.
Matheson & Co., Denver block.
FOR BALE-S3.500, ELEGANT DWELLING IN
. Easterly addition, within 10 or 12 minutes
walk from court house; contains reception hall,
sight rooms, also bathroom fully equipped.
pantry, live clocete, plate glaes windows, fire
place, hot and cold water, 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.
OR11 BALE-- WARlEHOUSE LOTS IN EL
liston, on N. P. right of way, $100. Mathe
eon & Co.
PoUR HALE- NICE 7-11OOM BRICK IlOUSE
on Eleventh avenue near Rodney. Slteole &
Clementa.
L7 OR BALE--I OI I AND 2, IN BLOCK 10,
' corner South Rodney and Southern streets.
Level ground; finest view in the city. Apply to
J. N. Craig, 612 SI. loduey street.
MIISCELLAN EOU.
W ANTED---TO BUY A HORSE, BUGGY AND
- harness if cheap. Apply at 920 Feosta
avenue.
W ANTED--A GERIMAN LADY WOULD
like to have a child to take care of; good
home, board reasonable; best of retorence. Ad
doses E. K., Independont office.
'TANTEI)---'I'E OWNER OF A LARGE
V body of low grade, free milling gold ore
wants a capitalist who will build a Iill ca the
orii,:trty lor a half interest. Apltly to Win.
hluth, agt.
AANITr) -SAW M0ll,J. AND LOCATION BY
' mill man whCe. there is good market, or
arceessabio toely of tinber. (iive full particu
lars. E. M. Ilriggs, Salt Lake City, Utah.
O1 Otl IIENTI- IAl;liE.IT AND liEST' IHOTEL
- in lutteo City Iwith one exception). Forty
roomns, beidli kitchen, diiinig room, store room,
office lnll bar; steo:al leat. electric lights alld an
nulnciators; frontinig two atrlteo: electric ears
pass tle door covely eight omilt le; clon to all
railroad sLtatiilin. Itlceontelv sold to close al
eotate and now for louse on liberal terms to r.ght
uarty, Cali on or address tllemona A aillor, 6
ast Broadway, ulltto City, Mllontaha.
S IALED 111H FORL IS1N4ING A NIIAFT
I 1x7 feet cl,,ar, in ore, will be accepted. For
partieiilar nddross Box 5zli.
iANi iFeD -'l Ot UY A ECOND-ilAN 25 TO
T 0 horse-power boiler or will give a Ii
lorse-power boiler In exchalnge and pay diller
nce. Addres A. I.. this clies.
1 pER CENT G UAIIANT'I ED ON INVEST
Smonte in aloulnts from $5 Ul. Moolloy to
loan, Fur particulars call ornddreess MclDonald,
A nninig & eLIee:, 6 and ia Atlas block. llelna,
Mont. _
ANTEI)--A MAN WHlO) WlL (IIYVE 1,200
Sfor a lalf interest iu a large quartz lead, the
money to be oxpended In developing the prop.
erty m.tl to be paid in M work progresses. Mati
emso & Co., IDenver Block.
"t /AN'tED--A (;CUS'IOMEI FOB ONE 01F
the fill relsidence asites on west side; priceo
low for cash. Win. Muth.
WdTANTIsD--A I3IJYEIi FOR A PIECE O0
iusido eproplertyt just theo thing fore row of
Sale; close to Mlain stret. Win. luothi.
'A AN!LIiA)- 'lc..hl)l 80 AIIiEII NJ'AII
Groat ANI I for lelenu property. Stooele
Cleoenlts.
-AN'T'ED--A IIUYEI F)OR A I'PLATTED
V tract of time beat reotdenoe plop.erty on
weet side; rlio. wlytdown; half cas, balance no o
ono year. %m. ulritli. agent.
"AJ ANITI) -TOP IIILD) A fiIX-lOtMK HIOUBII
with furnacei and balth room complete for
52,000. C(all acid seo placte; we krnow treiylely
suit Wallace A&Tlurnrnburgi, Deunver build inw,
TAyAT'D '()'II) 'iADI, A U-IOOM IIIOUSE
on eal slde, hardwood floor alid inish,
bath. furnacce, all modern conveneances. for o.n
mrprove d pr.oprty or will sel equituLy for $601000
tt alu & url mu ts.
• i Q its SeoLstl gentloe_ Igtitir tn t
m'.raro h. threee mir p too t e n Eoi ,,
k esi pride ; ., Apply at 815 .odney
'Street. corner BWith avenue,
r T Io slr -ONI titElliR 08., PIANO
i:.te,, to dinltigoom' 4 (tfis tWO eta eta
a at: seasu.onetae, . - athiaOffie.
FOR L o-- APiRiS AT A HARGAIN
N MONHT TO LOAN.
tNO ' O LOAN-I Ii. PALIMali. 851
T0 LAN--IN SUMS TO BUIT'LOW NATE.
of interest Steele & Clement..
FOUND.
1tOUND--VALUABLE DOG; OWNERi CAN
-have sarns by proving roperty aend paying
forthisad. Adr ess P. Carry, Palited Bock,
via Toston.
1FjOUND-A LADY'S MUFFoi'. CALL AT
Jackson's Music Store.
FOUND-GOLD-PLATED HAIliPIN. OWN
er can have same by calling at this office,
paying charges and proving property.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-A MEETING
S of the stockholders of the First National
bank of IHelena, Mont., will bhe held at the office
of said bank on Monday, March 7, A. D. 181)2
for tlhe purpose of electing directors for said
bank for tie ensuing year.
E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIM.
her. In accordance with the provisions of
section 8, rles and re~gulationa prsaeribed by the
honorable seoretary of the interior. May 5, 1.91,
the undersigned hereby gives notice that at th.
expiration of twenty-one nays from the first pub.
lication of this notice, it will apply to the hon.
orable secretary of the interior, by its written
application. for authority to out and remove the
merchantable saw logs, consisting of pine and
fir timber, on the following described publi
lands, to wit:
Beginning at the forks of Cottonwood creek.
which is a tributary of the south fork of the
Musuelehell river, thence running up the left or
west, and middle forks of said Cottonwoed
creek, and embracing the natural water shod of
both.
Said land embraces what would be tp. 8 n. r. 10
., if surveyed. All of said land is rough, rocky,
mountainous and unsurveyed, and is south of
and adjacent to tp. 7 n.. r. 10 e. (surveyed), and
is on the north slope of the Cracy Mountains, in
Meagher county, state of Montana, and containr
bout ttlree million (p3r00,000) foot of merchant
able pine and fir timber. -
SMI'H IBRhOS. SHEEP CO..
By JoBhn M. Smith, president.
SMITH & WinM
Attorneys fur Applicant.
White Sulphur Springs. Mont.
UARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
estate. --otico is hereby given that in pur
suanoe of an order of the district court, of the
county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana.
made on the 23d day of January, 1892, in the
matter of the estate and guardianship of Henoury
I. Cruttenden. Lawriston J. Crutttentenu, arah
I. Cruttenden and iuth Cruttenden minor
children of Jarious H. Uruttenden, deceased,
the undersigned. the guardian of said minor chil
dren will sell at private sale for the sum of thir
teen hundred anti thirty-four dollars coe', and
subject to confirmation by said district court on
or alter the 15th day of February. A. D. 18.2, all
the right, title, interest and estate of the said
minor children in and to all those certain lots,
pieces or parcels of land sitoate, lying and being
in the said county of Lewis and Clarke. state of
Montana, and bounded and described as follows,
to-wit:
'lhe northeast quarter (ne X.) of the southwest
quarter (sw t,) and the southwest quarter (sew
I) of the northwest quarter (nw 14) and lots
thres (8) and four (4) in section ten (10) in town
ship ten (10) north of range one west of the
prinoipal meridian of Montana.
Offers or bids fot the interest and estate of
said minor children in said described real prop.
erty wilI be received at the office of the clerk of
said court, at the court Lou.,e in the city of Hel.
eots, county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Mon.
tane.
VIOLA L. CIRUTTENDEN. Guardian.
Dated Jan. 29, 1892.
JIERIFF'S SALE-BH VIRTUE OF AN EXE
cution in my hands, issued out of the dis
trict court of the First Judicial district of the
state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke. in the shit of 0. C. Swallow, plaintiff,
againot Martha 'I aylor Eckert - Schwabe. defend
nt, duly attested the 14th day of November, A.
D 1891 I have levied unon all the right, title
snd interest of the said Martha Taylor Eckert
echwabe in and to the following described prop
arty, situated in Lewis and Clarke county, Mon
lana. via.:
Lot number three (3) in block number twenty
seven (27) of the original townsite of the city of
Helena, conunty and state aforesaid.
Also lot number one (1) in block number seven
(7) of the Helena townsite of the city of Helena,
county and state aforesaid, and improvements 7
thereon. I
Together with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in any wise appertaining.
Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, the 28th
day of January, . D. 1892, at the hourof 12
'cock no of said day, at the front door of the
court houseb in the city of Helena, I willsell all
the right, title and interest of the said Martha
Taylor iekert Schwabe in and to the said above
described property, to the highest bidder for cash
in hand.
Given under my hand this, the 6th day of
January, A. D. 1892.
CHARIhES M. JEFFERIS. Sheriff.
IIALPH (G. JOHNSON,
deputy Sheriff.
The above sale is adjourned until Monday,
Feb. 11, A. D. 1892, atl2 o'clock m.
HllER1FF'S SALE-ROBERT H. FLOYD
SJones, plaintiff, vs. Sidney A. 'Witherbee, de
fendant.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale issuled out of the
district; court of the First judicial district of the
state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke, on the 2'th day of January. A. D.
1l92. in the aboveentitledaction. wherein Robert
HI. Floyd-Jones, the above named plaintiff, ob
tained a judgment and decree of foreclosure
and sale against Sidney A. Withorbee, defend
ant, on the 22d lay of January, A. D.
1b92. for the sum of $1.07ul50. besldes interest,
costa and attorney fese. which said decree was on
the n2d day of Januar t. A. 1). 1892, recorded in
judgment book No. "G" of said court at page 3tit
I am cnmmanded to sell all those certain lots.
nieces or iarcels of land. situate. lying and being
in the county of Lewis and Clarke. state of Mon
fans, and c:iunded and described as follows, to
wit:
Lots night (8), nine (9) ten (10) eleven (1i),
twelve (12). thirteen (1o), twenty (20). twenty
one (21l), twenty-two (22) and twenty-three (23)1,
in block numbered one (I).
Lots five (5) six (4), seven 17), eight (8). nine
(9). ten (101. eleven (11) and twelve (12), in blotk
number three (f).
Lots four (It, five (5), six (i), seven (7), six
teen (1t), seventeen (1I). eighteen (18) and nine
teen (19), in block number four (4).
Lots sixteen (1i), seventeen (17). eighteen (18),
nineteen i(), twenty (21), twenty-one l
twenty-two (22) and twenty-throe (), in bloc
n.umnber nve (5).
Lots one (1), two (2), three (3). four (I). live
(5). six (it. seven (7) and eight (8), in block
numter six (5).
Lute one (t), two (2). three (3), four (4), five
(5i) six tt). seven 7T). eight (8). tine (t). ten
(tt), etleen 11I), twelve (12s, thirtoen (13, four
teen (14), Ifteen (15) and sixteen (i.), in block
numtber seven (7).
All of the above described is in the Driliold
addition to the oily of Helena, county and state
aforesaid.
l'otelher with a!l and singular the tenements.
hereddtamentl and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in anywise appertaining.
l'sbhtc notice is hereby given that on Thursday.
the l2th day of February. A. I1. 1092, atl o clock
i. of that day at the front door of the rourthouse.
Itelenas. Lewis andl Clarke county Montana, I
will, in obedience to said order of sale nd decree
of foreclosure eind sale, cell tile at:ove described
property, or so much thereof as may be necessary
to stiity lsaid judlgmentt, with Intortest and cot4,
to the hggluhst and best bidder, for asll in hand.
,ven untder my hand this 2lth day of January,
CHAS. M. JEFFERISI . Sheriff.
By RALPH, G. JOHNSON.
Deputy tSheriff.
STUDY LAW
AT HOME.
TAKc A Counsex l i e
SprKga CorrespondenOe
echtel of Law.
(Incorporated.t
Bend ten cents (strmps)
f ror particu2lars to
J. Ootner, Jr., 8ec'y.
No. 388 Whitney Block, Detroit, Mloh.
HOVEY & BICKEL,
CIVIL AND MINING
ENGINEERS.
ROOMS 24, 26,
Merchants Natlonal
Bank Bulidlng.
Helena, - Montana,
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40 pounds twine.
Slatter copying books, e 00 pages gash,
o.n00 enveloues. e ½x4, printed hsadintg .
2,000 envelopse, 6½x~44. printed heading,
stamped, lo. "
00 envelopes printed h n
stomped, 2e.
2 l00 envelopes, 6Co xn. printed hettding
1,00 envelopes, xroHit printed hpeading.
1.500 envelopes. ilx4al. printed beading.
1.000 envelopes. x. 14 printari.
,00 envelopes, i515,1 printed heaing. .
10.500 letter heads, prnted heading tsteple).
2.1000 manilla paper wrappers, printed heading.
stamped c1 (sample).
Irailroad apportionment book; 1 railroad as.
sesement boor.
50 apportionment of assessment books.
S record books, dsO pages each.
O receipt booaks. 100 pages each.
12 memorandum books.
ilindex books.
B,00e mining and irrigating ditch atatemints
150 forms of a'.esment lists.
bO forms of railroad, school distriet and town.
ship reports.
50 forms each of assessment book, July stale.
ment. duplicate assessment book, county clerks'
statement, delinquent tax list, certificate of tax
tale. and tax deeds.
5,000 statements.
500 rules and regolations.
200 forms of treasurer's reports.
200 sheets warrant register, l2x2L.
100 sheets ruled, 12x1l.
15.000 each of property tax receipts and teach.
ere'reports.
12.000 echool census reports.
100 certificate of election of trustees.
400 each of certificate of appointment of truse
tees and election of clerks.
1,000 agreements between trustees and teachers.
400 reports of county treasurers, justices of
the peace. clerk of the district court and county
clerk and recorder.
2,250 trustees' financial and statistical reports.
1,210 forms of slips for reports.
8,500 engineer's license and application and
boiler inspector's certificate.
400 appointments of agents, warrants and
requisitions.
t00 bill heads.
1,100 forms, Nos. 14, 15. 1, 17. 18 and 19.
1,750 muster rolls, requiositionsu, quartermaster
stores, receipts, invoices, company returns. ord.
nance and discharges.
4.000 receipts ant requisitlons for records.
OLAS. 2.
7 chairs.
It bookcasees
1 comptemeter or adding machine.
1 Biram's anoemnometer.
1 Fairbnnks letter scale, 4 oz. to4lbs.,.'
5 sponge cups and 12 sponges.,
12 towels and I yds. cheese cloth.
1 state map.
600 cylinder pater tubse.
1 wisp broom.
5 caddies matches.
6 ink bottles. 1 mucilage bottle.
50 boxesgold seals, 2, 2'/ and 3 in. in diameter.
0 bolts red document ribbon.
All proposals tendered in pursuance of this
notice must be sealed and aldresend to Jos. K.
Tools, president of the state furnishing board,
Helena, Montana, and must state specifically
the amount for which each class bid on wilt be
supplied.
Samples of all eplslice may be seen at the of
fice of the state furnishing board.
Bids must be acoomlanted by a bond with at
least two sureties in not less than twice the
amount in any class bid upon, payable to the
state of Montana, and conditioned that if tl e
bidder shall receive the award he will at onto
enter upon tihe fulfillment of the contract and
complete the same within sixty days from the
approval of raid bead.
hayment will be made upon the completion of
Februare it, 189 N JOS. K. TOOLE,
Pcsident state furnishing board.
HARRY t. P. COLY, secretary.
TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO.
-THE-
NORTHWESTERN LINE,
(C., ST. P., M. & O. RY.)
This is the only line making connection at St.
Paul with the treat Northern Railway every dua
in the week for Chicago. Through time is u
follows:
Leave Butte, via Great Northern...... 7:30 a m
Leave Helena, via Great Norhaern..... 11:10 a m
Leave Great Falls, via Great Northern 2:55 p m
Arrive at Minor........................ 19:,0 a m
SArrive at tlrand Forks .................20 p m
Arrive at St. Paul..................... 6:55 a n,
Leave Butte, via Northern Pacific .... 7:00 p
Leave Helena. via Northern Pacific.... 7:35 p m
Leave Bozeman. via Northern Pacific 11:40 p m
Arrive at St. Pa t............... . 5:50 p m
Via "The Northwestern Line":
Leav St. Paul ............... 7:50 a m :0 p
Arrive at Milwaukee......... 7:55 p m 7:25 a Om
Arrive at Chicago............ 9:30 p mo 9:tO a m
Seonre your tickets over "The Northwestern
Line." t is the slhort line both in time and
distance to Chicago.
T. W. TEASDALE,
General Passenger Agent, St. la'S
a. .NEWV.
Sioux City Route
K' . .EAST..
Passengers for the East from Helena and
other weetern points will find the NEW
ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI
NOIB CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable
as to time and equipment, but one of the
molt attractive, passing through Sioux City,
the only Corn Palace City of the world;
Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa;
Rockford, Illinois, a new manufacturing
city, that has become a "world within it.
self," and Chicago, whose growth and en
terprise is the wonder of the world. With
elegant free Chair Cars, and Pullman Pal.
ace Sleeping Cars on every train between
Sioux City and Chicago, and with a olose
conneotion with the UNION PAOIFIO
trains at Sioux City, the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL .R, R.
respectfully presents its olnims for the new
and every way desirable SIOUX CITY
ROUTE.
For folder' And further particulars call
upon local .c.ket ragent, or address the un
brailgned as Manchester, Iowa.
J. F. MElIRY,
set. Gen. Fis. Aut.

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