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'Stories of Lives of' Extravagance
Which ,Ended In Suicide
SUnhappy Domestio lelations the~
Coamon Lot of All of
Brannau the Mormson, ialston, Sharon,
Hopkins, Flood, Fair, Makay--Un
worthbyChlrldeanQt'a tok Men.
Brannan, the Msrmon, was the pioneer
rich man of the city, says a writer in the
San Francisco Exaaviner. Brannan was a
Mormon elder, who bitought out here a ship
load of Latter Day. Saints before the dis
covery of gold. When he started from New
York it was the intengion of Brigham
Young to found a 8Mormon empire on the
shores of the Pacific, but Brigham halted
by the way and built the 'New Zion at Salt
Lake City.
When the gold disoovery came he utilized
his followers in mining, onaefully collecting
one-tenth of what they mined as church
tithes. This tithing money started him on
the way to fortune, and when Brigham de
manded the tithes Brannan laughed at him,
The Mormon president cursed .Brannan.
Brannan laughed and went on ma:king
money. He was worth $3,000,000 in 18f5,
when the first vigilance committee was
, formed. He gave freely to every public
purpose. He scattered his fortune in a
hundred ventures, and finally one day the
crash came. It was forced by Branna's
drinking and his neglect of businesse.
Brannan went to Sonora, where he had
been granted big concessions by the Mexi
can government; but his land was held by
the Yaqui Indiana, and he could never se
cure possession. He returned here just be
fore his death. When I saw him he was in
a cheap lodging house, for which he paid 25
cents a night. He told me, with grim
humor, that he has met that day in the
streete no less than three men whom he
started on the road to wealth, and each one
gassed by on the other side. Yet when he
said this he wasn't bitter, and when he left
his last words to me were: "You'll see that
its a few months I'll be on my feet again.
There's plenty of life in the old man yet."
The next millionaire to succeed Brannan
was Milton S. Latham,' a lawyer, who de
veloped great taste for building railroads
dnd developing industrial enterprises. He
had the finest house in the city in the later
fifties, filled it with costly paintings, held
superb receptions. He sank $6,000,000 in a
railroad, and this, with other disastrous
ventures, swamped him. His fine mansion
was converted into a boarding house.
A contemporary of Latham was F. L. A.
Pioohe, a shrewd Frenchman, who once
owned acres in South San Fran
cisco. He handled his property well,
built houses, drew enormous rents,
and was soon many times a
millionaire. He quarreled with his fam
ily, and sent them back to France with
ample means. Then he built a superb
house on Stockton street, overlooking the
beautiful bay.
If its mirrored and frescoed walls could
speak they would tell of Sardanapalian
banquets and of orgies in which houris
from Paris took a prominent part. But
evil days fell on Pioche. Like so many
others, he lost his head, drank too much
brandy, and one morning was found dead
in his beautiful rooms with a pistol bullet
through his head. He left his estate in
such fearful confusion that very little was
saved from the wreck. His noble mansion
wis degraded to the service of a boarding
house.
But af all the men who have flashed like
meteors through the California financial
firmament, by all odds the most' brilliant,
as well as the most lamented, was Ralston.
He combined nerve, energy and audacity.
Ralston gained his nerve and much of his
remarkable coolness in time of danger as a
pilot on the Mississippi river. As presi
dent of the Bank of California Ralston had
unlimited credit. He built the Laurel pal.
ace at Belmont, thirty spiles from the city.
which is still the finest country house on
the coast. There he dispensed hospitality
that has never been equaled in this coun
try. But the flood of silver and gold from
the Comstock, which had put this eager
life into the vein of San Francisco, began
to run low. Rlalston felt the change first,
for he had planned everything on such
royal lines that no retrenchment was possi
ble. The great hotel, which was to cost
$3,000,000, had absorbed that much before
it had risen more than one story above the
foundation, and ultimately cost $6,000,000.
He drew money from the bank to tide over
his affairs, but times grew worse, the bo
nanza millionaires controlled the situation,
and they showed no mercy. Finally expos
ure of Ralston's overdrafts came, and the
Bank of California was on the verge of
failure, and Ralston drowned himself in
the bay.
Sharon, Ralston's partner, had nearly as
much tragedy in his life, though he died in
his bed. He had phenomenal success as a
miner and manipulator of mining stocks.
He gathered fully $20,000,000, but Ralston's
failure crippled him for a few years. In
1883 Sarah Althea Hill, a Missouri girl,
brought suit against him for divorce and
division of his estate, alleging that he had
married her by contract. The publication
of the arrest of Sharon on these charges
produced a great sensation. It would have
been money and reputation gained for
Sharon it he had paid her a quarter of a
million and thus sealed her lips, Although
Sharon pretended to care nothing for these
exposures, his intimate friends knew tlhat
he was morbidly sensitive. Every taunt,
every caricature, every sneer told on him.
The climax was reached when Judge Sulli-
van gave judgment in favor of the womian.
Sharon lived long enough to know that the
upFer courts would ultimately reverse
Judge Sullivan's decision. He died fully
ten years before his time, worn cut by the
passions aroused by the divorce suit.
Sarah Altheaisthelatest victim. Hlerbril- I
liant mind is wrecked, and she is now comn
cunning with spirits and fightiuu over again
the battles for the millions that she is
fated never to rasep.
Old Mark IlHopkins was the financial
brains of the big four on the coast. He
was a remarkable mathematician, and no
one ever suruassed him in skill in drafting
contracts and making estimates. Hlopkins
had no oleasure aside from the accumala
tion of wealth. Neither lopkins nor his
wife left any bequests to charity. Dlrectly
across fronm the Hopkins clastile is a large
lot belonging to ex-eneator James G.
Fair, the bonanza millionaire. "air is re
parded by many as; the ablest of the tfru
that included Flood, Mackay, if Brien and
himself. He is still in the prime of lifs,
but he is working now nmerely for the sake
of retaining his wealth sued the power it
carries with it.
Nine years ago Mrs. Fair obtained a di
vorce from her husiband. lie made nio de
fense, and she secured freedom and $4,500,
000. She was an Irish woman of no educa
tion, who had helped Fair when poor. She
bore him five children. Irest wealth
proved a curse to the children. The eldest
boy is just deaid, a victimo of drink. T'ihe
second son is now in Europe, but he is
likely to follow in the footsteps of his
brother. Neither was ever trusted by the
father. He simply gave the laids en allow
ance. They had passed beyond his control
long before their beards came. The girls
have always behaved themselves, but, of
course they are no help to the man who has
millions.
Millionaire Flood took more comfort in
his family than Fair did, but he also had
hard luck. His eldest son for years drank
heavily and was frequently engaged in dis
graceful scenes. It looked as though he
would go the way of the Fair boys, but ie
fore his father's death he seemea to receive
some moral bracing up and he has since at
tended to business fairly well.
Mails via fan Diego.
SANDIExO, Cal., April 11.--Potmaster
Kutchin, of this city, has received notice
Wtr, the ordaler ll ae lt4afE tas a Ky -
toa Isndred hoelu s *n tt Clies of Itbe*ut i
wag reelived from SeOretary Noble lS
night eariS the C(hereaue contry w~nldi
be opened April 1. It caused gret aen
thlaianm nait excitement. 'Itbe news sp.d
to the surroundinR oonatry and hun reds
of boosest are /ouring into town. Gam
blers atit dives are reaplng a rio. harvest
and hourly complainut ere made of rob
berles and swindlers.
I tlathews Is TWllluag.
lseixau s.a , Aprl 11.--Hon. Clause
MatthseWS, saesetary of state, will announce
himself in an open letter tomorrow as a
caudidate for the nomination for governor
on the douncratia tioket.
Nof Yonn, April ll.--Copper--quiet; lake,
$11.75 bid.
Lead-Dall; domestil, [email protected]?7.:
The market to-may displayed in the main a
firm tomper on a moderate volume of business.
Cordage and Union P.eifis displayed aensidera.
ble strenith, but aside from them the weakness
of Manhattan and New ofnglatd were the only
featurets. h close \res fitr. geonerally at an ad
vance. Cordage and oUnion Pacifi are op 14,
New York Cenotral and Western Union each 1.
Closint C'losing
U S. lsreg ........ r1 New YorkCentral.l5I
$.75upo.. 110 Oreon Imp.......
.lereg....... o Oregaonav....... Nat
acie s ........1 North Ameritan.. 14.
Atohionn.......... 104 Pacific Mail...... 35
Amormcar tp.... di Pullman PIte.. 1m
CanadaPa ....... 88 S lo k Island..... weh o
Canada Bouth..... 61 St. Paul... .. 0%
(entral Paciio.... 01 St. Paul & Omaha 0O
Jurlingt on........109 Texaos Pacific ...... 10
Lackawamra... ..15a0% Union Pacific..... 14C
U. & A . t......... 5. 2 U. B. E;xpress.....45
Erie............... 1% argeo Expres.e....140
lKansas & Tease.... 104 Ameoi. CottonOil. 2903
Lake Shore ......1.. eastern Union.... 00c 1
L'villeNash..... ng Terminal.......... 10o
.ioehigsa Cantral.110 Lead Tr t......... 15
hiesouri Pacific... 590 Oreg'n Short Line. 2734
Northern Pacifico.. 21 IL G1. Western.... 37
1.. p. pre......... til It. OG. W.nref ...... 7(o
Ncthweatern.....,6"1 3 l.af. W..sts...l.. 78).
Naor.thw~sater.ref 142 istillorsa......... 4ti
Ia.uey on call easy; closed offered at 2;
prime mercantile paper % [email protected]; sterlina ex
ohange. weak. Cl-day billsei. d.8t; demand.
CIIlCAGO CATrile.
CaroAoo. Ap il l.-Cattle-rtecesit , 15,000;
slow; wask to shade lower; prime to extra steers,
[email protected]:goodeto choice, 3.10.W.7; Texans.
[email protected] .
Htogs-Receipts, 23.0.1 : active; strong to
higher: rough and common, [email protected]: aixed
and packers, .0lpap4. 70; prime heavr andi
botchers' weights. 31.7104.80; light, S1.508dm..
Shoep--Receirt, 9,000; active; steady; ewes,
$4.505.10; mix8 d [email protected]; wethers and year
lings, $6.00d.i65; westerns, $5.50)6.30
CHICAGO PRODUTCF.
Clrcton. April. Il-Close-Wheat-Easy; cash,
[email protected]: Maky, 80os c.
Corn--Steady; each, 40%e; May. [email protected]%.~
Oats-Steady, aalh.,29lc; May. 2914c.
Pork--ash. $10.00; May. 310.10.
Lard-Cash. 2$6.1: May, so. 1o.
ahonlders-$4.5045.00.
Short clear-$l0.17C406. 0.
Short ribs- [email protected]
HELENA WHOLESALE 'MARKIETO.
IHaLENA, April 11,,1892.
Granulateie sugar. 1~a 100.........$ 5 0
Pillsbury's Best flour, 41 100..... 15
Montana floa. '1 100 ............... 2 25 [email protected] 40
Corn meal, white. 4 100............ 1 8
Corn meal, yellow, 4 100.......... 1 00
Bacon, dry salt. 2 I............. 085 0
Bacon. smoked, 51lb .............. . . 08
Bacon, choice breakfast, I....... 124
Hams, 11 .......... .............. 1014
Lard, primno eaf, b.. b........... X10
Canned tomasfoes. 5 s case ..... 2 75
Dried peaches, peeled........... 14 t 15
Dried poaches. unpeeled........... 07 08
Bruckwheat ...............4 25
Honey, white clover, combs, l lb. l0t
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Apples, bt bble..a . . .. 50 @ 6 00
Cocoasuts, II do ................. 1 25
Grapes, Malaga, ' bbl........... 800 @10 03
Quinces, bo .............. 0J
Cranberries. Case Cod, '4 bbL.... 10 00 f11 50
Lemons, Messina. 5;5 box......... 5 50 @o 0 00
Lemons, Cal.. box ........... 5 25
ranges, navels. box......... 3 50 4 75
Oranges, beedlings, 15-box........ 2 50 i 3 25
Oranges, Nmed. iweets. 1 box..... 3 75 tai 5 25
Oranges, Mlalta bloods, 4 box.... 5 50
Bananas, per bunch .............. 300 4 50
Pineapples. 15 doz .............. 00
Potatoes, 4 1500 lb ............ 50
Onions, 11 100 ............. .... 1 75 @ 200
Green onions, per doz............ ,0
New California cabbage, per owt. 2 00 1 2 25
Cauliflower. ocr lb . ...........
Lettuce, head, ler doz............ 75
Cucumbers. per doz.............. 30 (
Asparagus, per b................. 15
Hiadishes, per dtoz ............... 50
Cider, new sweet, 0e bbl.......... 10 50
Cider, best sweet, '1 y bbl....... 5 00 1 5 50
Oysters, Baltimore Selects, 151 doz.
cans ........... . ... 6 0
Oysters, Now York Count.s, .ldoz.
cans ............................ 00
Oysters, Now York Counts, in
tubs,bper 1,000 ................... 1501
Poultry.
Prices are strong and the supply good, We
noote:
Turkeys, dressed. W lb............$ 18 A 20
C'hiokens, lb .................... 18 Hi 10
lutter anu Fbggs.
Botl the butter and egg markets are firm.
he mnarket is fairly supplied, while the demand
is good.
('Creamery........................ $ 25 @ 28
Dairy .............................. 22 m i l5
Fresh roll ......................... 2
Cooking ........................ 12 1.
Eggs, fresh, per case .............4, 15 1 00
las', Grain and Feed.
MoIntlana be joint, baled, 1 ton.. $16 00Pl0 00
Mentana timothy. I? tin............ 18 0(
lontana upland, A ton ......... 12 00sa l 110
Oats,. t) 11x1). ... ... .... . 1
I.rs an. hort .................. . . 1 i
I'rlirabow:' oqutaliuno are furnished by Ilor
bert Nicholbon &aCo., and F, ,. 1. Lindsay r
Co.U - A A
1 I hrey given that the co-partOersthity hereto
fore existing between r ames ,d. (irant ald
Stephoen t. Whasen, as geiseral csontractors, is
this day di'solvwl by multual consent.
,tAMEIIS h. GltA.NT,
1 'EP'lI( N F. WHIALEN.
l)ated Apri 1, 1892.
SPE(IAL, Mt.E'fIN1i 'l'1,; BOARiD OF
iJcounty eossnlit.-lenor of lt.ewis asnd 'larke,
county, n on)t:.ea. will i'iLt in sieeial 'session
ucteday, April 12, i.12. at 10 a ie., to cendiler I
bids for the bridge at i:o:erlro rrosoilig. ande
stlc oltlr Hperil t buSinOs.O as may COmlii be.
fore it.
Iey ordenir of tihe board.
Ishena. Mont.. April7, till. (:.O rk.
(irant Miing ('osue anly-Notice Iis oerishy
given that tiht annual mslting sif the stockholld
era of lh,'(lcn,'ral (irant :linling copUlpaiy eos ,
hlavisg Itrm hItld on the tlhid Thlisiday of
Novsennsir. tett, an riltuired by the by-lawo of
the, all com:.any. a hneilini sr thie sto(rktholders
of voaid coIsalsy is hers:ly catlled to Lostl. t t.eo
offite: f raanik i. licce., s:retary of said scoin
pany, 6i17 anil til t{ooor tbuilding. tn tihs city fi
ltt.l.nl. s, Tuesday the ll slay of May, Isib2, at
eight i'clocf p. m. of raid day, for tte t e rls so,
of slectrine a hibati os trustes tos erve ultil the
third't1 Ihureay sof November, 1.!le.
1. L. ntttctI" ,
Seserstary of said conliany.
lislnsa Moistl.. April 11, 11i12.
I.OST.
Sanid No. I ltrrisou aRviue, a susall roll of
ltownslhiD plais ,n tracing paper. Finder liasoe
leave with i1 . s. tewoll, at gorov tor'e stnire.
irasvillo itltilre.
lOI"( SN I).
L ]OUND--A C TNIIRISTIAN St:I5N('EI HYMNAL
a d arid a propl)(,'llus White HlIo(e CUook Llook,
Owner call .t I 1I Jaek:-on street.
U- FIJNl --A CEII;iK 101 A SMALL
anmo.nlt. Owner can have eat e by calling
a at W. F. Hludgins, corner First and Davis streets.
jlOUNI)--VALUABLIi DOl; OWNLE: CAN
- have same by proving roperti' anid paying
for this al. Address 1'. Carry, l'aited hock,
via lestoes.
fOUND--A LADY'S MUk¥. CALL AT
Jackson's Music Btors.
wUgeAT ION hWANT -bD-TW L
A0d, AI re 011 rk 41t i avooel
. oi l J topit an t .b .
ITUA ON WANTEND-A DRH88MAXKER
o ut ta p yring by paw da. Please oall 0t
not so mo ch an object a good home and s te. M
pieore. A., Independent. e .
S UAT N -TO DO AOY .tND
Addrsos Work, othis o Mice. ,
o ot o0f t own preaverrua A
SI1TUATI)ONY WANTED--MIMALt.
Advertisemient unoer this heea three thies
.ITUATION WANTED-BY YOOUNG IMA4T
keof ve year' iexrsarilencw in dry goo eand
tlothing store can give * iood reference. Ad
1TUATION WANTEO-lYI Ad OY OG
tyears of age a situation to do work in a
tore. Addres Wou D, this office. tl
SITUATION WANTED--A YOUNG MAN. OF
ood charactor, with a knowledge of book
eeping etiesaren oitir e can work.
HELP UA ANTEID F.OMALE.
TA WANTED--ONE DRESSAKE; ONE A
Sprentice girl, and three girls for hoose
work; onf young girl about 1 and one girr ore
dre o Wtr. antdinavian Eployme oe.
WANTED--I A GOOD BALES-ADY AT NO.
UATION E WAGNTED --O ANY) GENERAL
g ouodcheotsr foh a sm gfataly to _go ot
if the city; t irs oin exceernt place or the
night person. Inquire No. 715 Harrison avenue.
ANTED-CHAN WAD NTS CHAMBER
, girl, $25. St Edwards street.
WANTED-GIBL TO TAKRE CARE OF ONE
oryear-s d baby. Inquire of Mrs. A. K. iBar
SWANTED--SMART PERSON TO LEARN
shirt making. Reed. Craig & Smith.
HAANTEI-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
"work: family two; wages $25. Inquire at
1 Bailey block, from 10 to 1 a. m.
ANTED-ACHANDLER WANTS 10 WAITER
Sgirls: I0 house girle; 1 laundry girl M wo
en cooks for town and countr~y. 2 Edwaros
WANTED-GIRL TO DO PLAIN COOKING
and general housework at No. il05 N. Rod
ey street,
ANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HIBUSE
work, Apply 804 N. Ewing street.
rANTED--GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at the State hotewagl, East Helena.
ANTED-A NURE GIRL TO DO PLBETWEEN 1COOIN
and 17 years old. Apply 19 South Rodney.
HELP WANTED-MALE.
WANTED-ENGINEER; ONE WHO UN
derstanda mining dynamos: also repairing.
Address H. A. B., this ofice.
WANTED--A FIRST-CLASS COAT MAKER,
apply immediately. Nalbaoh & Cockerill,
Great balls, Mont.
7ANTED--0 111EN FOIR RAAILROAD WIl)I
V at Spokane'Falls: half fare: ship ts1t-Jy.
Apply before three o'clock at the office aF the
Belvidere house.
WANTED-EXCELLENT CHANCE FOR A
gentleman of intelligence and activity t.
represent largest corporation in every city and
town in Montana. Address Videx, P. O. Box
254, Helena.
IANTED - HARNESS MAKER, WIRE
Frank Griffin, Bozeman.
A" GRAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A GEN
tleman of intelligence and activity. to
represent largest corporation. Address Big Pay,
P. 0, Box 251, Helena.
WANTED-THREE YOUNG MEN TO RUN
as news a'ents on Northern Pacific rail
road. Apply to Northern News Co., Northern
Pacific depot. Must have security.
FOR IRENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
Fi OR RENT--TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
m' rooms; with or without board, at 806 Broad
way. f
L OR irENT--FURNISHED AND UNFU3R
- nished rooms for housekeeping; $5 and $6;
modern improvements. 51l Eighth avenue.
IOR KENT-TWO OR THREE FURNISHED
. rooms at Porter flats, second floor. Inquire
at room 12 from 10 to 12 a. m.
1 OR RENT-FURNISTIED ROOM WITH OR
without board at 80ll Broadway.
TOR IlENT--LUR CNISHIED ROOMS AND
Sroms for housekeeping. Inquire at No.
2 Souoth titlnay street.
F'OR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE FUOR
nished room for one or two gn emen.
with use of bath, at 115 Beattie street. ext to
corner of Fifth avenue.
FL1Ulf RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
1 rooms at reaonal rates. Harvey block.
iGrand street. Next door hlotel Helena.
FOR R.IENT-DW ELLINGS.
~'OR RENT--S06 PEOSTA, FIVE OOMS,00
I largo stable, rent including water, $12.
Matheson & Co.
F OR RENT - THREE 1100R 1 1311ICK
dwelling, on Edwards street between Park
and l.enton; rent. including water, $22.50. Matte
son & Co., Den\or block.
T;OR IENT--NU. 1028 Ht1E(CKENRliDGE.
I' 4l-room cottage, $10; 3l7 Twelfth avenue, 0
rooms. $15. Matleson & t(o.. Denvser block.
JOlr IIENT -VEhiY DESIRAILE RE1ll,1
dedonee, nine rooms, ou Lodney street near
ixth lavenue. Steele & Clements.
1; RIENT--IX-RlOM FIAME HIOUSE ON
Eleventh avonue, $20 per month. Steele &
('lements.
R'O ltI.NiT--SL; VEE N IROO 15 IN IIOUS3,E
532 O Ireclbolrilge s t.root: t 3rooms now oecu
pied by roolmers and will remain if doeird.i.
"-1j111 IENT' -1ICK 111101.F. 0 EIHIT MIN.
A i ute' walk from liisollice. 7 rooms, lath
and wash rotllls, . hut aeti colI water uI thtree
places, furnace; price i$3. inquire at Fowles'
oI U li'NTNI-UNFUItNISIHEI) l1OOM8 AND
apttrtments of all kinds and in desirable
lorations, at$l to $il0 per room. Call and exar
inc our list. \Wallico & 'l'hornburgh,. Denver
building.
BOfARII) AND itRO1lli O(S5'i;lftE,l.
OAARD---X('CELIAINT BOARD) F1OL THE
money to be bhad at No, 222 Broadway; also
neatly furnished roome.
ItOOM AND hOARDllI AT li0t HI,'INTON AVE
tuit; pleasant furnished room, first-cless
table board.
it 'O I RENT 110011- AND IIOAlRD, 300
Warren street, corner ixthil ave.
FOR RlENT -lirTO110 M IIW IR-IVAlPAI F-AM;1ILY
Switl or willtut ,oard at I., Ewilig street.
FOel IIENT'--M N1E17I5,A N ISNIpn.
`Ult IENT--lAORi; (r5 .MAIN f'l ilgEir
largo and desirable; cheap runt. V. E. tu.,
Giold block.
l-OR RENT---'TORil ()tll tFI( I O1 1101 IN
Sopura house. Steele & (:lments.
1'Ol 1111'-- feINt; LARGE,' IIAIJIIIMENI, ON
.1 Upper Slain eret. Steel, A Clemott.tr.
FOR I'SNiT'-SUNF" IINitIEIE) -O1100 51 IN
oera tLio.l Aletelost & t ltioltta.
I)MONEYI TO LOAN.
1UONEY TO LOAN---Ii. U.IALM Eli. SEE
adv. rtage & t
rUl I OA. -IN BUM 10 HU'L' LU1V RATES
cMsONEY TO LOAN--STE EL i & nCLI, ElNTS.
In cues to uit, low rate of Interest, no
commission, no interest in advance, no delay.
)enr bloc, . t e o.
a()R oal- p It-t."P oI I ataA o..s..t
Fit ^t rrt0t L! vlc.t Y . il tlnl9 aidalOioR
rren , rne rar Ianet 8 ue a el
RuaterS one en ella.hawf Anil ýeoB peD otscip
Denver blook.
F.OR Bn ALE--IN EIGTDm RANOIO OO ;[0Q
mil$e frishtr ,0 on ow , to
Ite bborll 0 per atcurt. "a on , &a
ouer i blockk.
FO Lseto, moern, $8M5h8, e a trOOms Bate
OR SE-ALO.-NPFAT COTTAt N oeRaDx
in venue.4irdoowms, ofcywater. Iner 0o tl
l-no 01eH50 aablo $te own, $ter5 per month.e
FOR BALEP--FINE EIRO HT-ROO RICAT
ilen north of I wso t id o atton om 10 bild-s
lop ain aoclig sawmill, aln pder fence Arts
water right of over 11Q snob0Q 00(,; oel or
fhoeapr tblol par letolar. & Ic.,
eon& Co.
FOR SALER-LOTS XN BROADWATER A)Df.
Lion, ono-third down, balance in one eand
two yvears tioa. interest at d per cent. Matheson
reeideno, on watt aide. oPly two blocks
oos Maid street front.s on two atreetes very
cheap. iStele & Clenmente.
ýFOB SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRI
hone on Slpencer street, near Rodney, only
few minutes from poetoilee, at great bargain,
Iteelo & Clements.,
- eoALEt-ý-$O0.' 95.89. e-OOM BRICI.
4l8,t i-room brik, cellar, water, tc., on lit
aigh etreat-. $5,600, 5tQIO feet, -room frama
heoue, on Ilauper boueivard; $4,00, (lt100 feet.
-room frm house on Broadway. F 6. Fenraa
& Co.
ORL SALE-ELEGANT RESIDENOE Ol
west side at a bargai; ten rooms, furnaoe,
bath oom.ndll modern ittls; good barn
an ountbuilcings. Wm. Muth, agt,
Mutb, agt.
FOR SALE-FIFrTY FEi. ON HELENA
avenue near foot of Riodney at three-fourths
actual value. Steele A Cleienta,
FOR SALE--A FINE CORNER ON NORTH
Main street 100x125 feet, fronts on three
streets; will be sold at a great sacrifiee Steeloe
Clements.
F prominent avenue; has allmodern improve.
ments and Is in good condition; price very low
and terms to suit; a snap. W. N. Cox, Gold
L7OR SALE-I HAVE B IVERAL NICE IES
' idencee on the west side for sale at differ
ent prices and terms. I arties wishing to buy a
home will do well to call and see what I can of
for. Win. Moth, agt.
OR SALE--ILEU ANT RESIDENCE ON
Madison avenue, west side, east front, lot
125x200 feete cash buyer can secure a great bar.
gain. Steele & Cleasents.
OR SALE--RENTAL PROPERTY IN ORIG
F inaltownsite; will sell on easy terms, at a
great sacrifice, improved property on Blufft
atreet and on Pine street. Steele & Cloments.
FOR SALE-1-$L,000;8:60 CASH, BALANCE
Son long time, buys a new three-room honse;
lot 50x125. Address box 777, city.
FOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN
Hauser addition at very low Drices. Win.
Moth, eit.
F~OR SALE-LOW-A CHOICE BUILDINGt
Slot facing on lroadwater hotel grounds
(cast front) Win. .nth, agt.
TOR SALE-NEW SIX-00OOM HOUSER IN
F Broadwater addltion, only one block from
electric motor,; mall payment down, balance
installments. Steele & Clements.
avenue ata bargain, terms to suit. SteeleN
Clemente.
OR SAL--ONE0 OF THE FINEST
ranches inMontans. 2,080 acres, every acre
an.e irrigated and have abundance of water,
fine range on every side, good market for every
thing produced, good impYrovementsw will be saoldi,
at a great bargain. W.E. Cox, Gold block.
*FO.RSALE--LOTS AND ACtItAGE AT KAL
ispeUe , the new railroad town in the Flat
ead valley. 'm. Muth, agt.
FOR SALE-WARElBOUS; LOTS IN EL.
tn, on. P. right o way $10. Mah
,on Co.
OIt SALE-T1,800, 75x125 FEI T, 4-BR1OOM
.frame hones, Broadwater motor line; $0,500,
5rx1. feet, 6-room frame hose. 50 feet double
frontage on Renton and Park avenue, business
property; $5,000, 84x110 feet, 8-room frame house
on Lawrence street; 5,000, 100x40 feet, 9-room
brick house on Eleventh avenue. f. S. srenoh t
FOR SALE--S,000. 40x100 FEET, 9-ROOM
i brick, bath, cllar, et, gas fixture, doable
frentage on two streets. E. S. French & Co.
FOn SALE--$5,00, 50x140 FEET, 6-ROOM
frame house, a corner on Warren street;
60.500 5x150l feet 8-room stone honse on Mail
son avenue; $3,560, 40xIl feet, 0-room frame
house, corner, on Chaucer street; $3,500, 40x11t
feet, b-room frame house on Chaucer street. .
S. French & Co.
,(iUR BALE:--$1,800, 25x113, 4-ROOM C.RAK
: on Dakota avenue; $4,500, 50x84, 7-room
frame hanse, Blake street; $4,000 42x88 feet,
.-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattle; $3,500.
5x88 feet, 8-room brick on Seattle street. EL. S.
French & Co.
I F ALE--$2,800. 50x140 FEET. 5-ROOM
frame house on Elihth avenue; $3,500, 50x140
feet, 0-room brick house on Eighth avenue;
S4.000. 42x10 feet, I-room frame house on Broad
way; t4 200, 4x1000 feet, 5-room brick honus.
corner, B3roadway. E. d. French & Co.
SOtSALE--CORNEE LOT. lt0xlS0, on best
residence street in the city; full view of
he east side and valley. Address box 717. city
postoflieo.
"Ott SALE-AT A BARGAIN-50 FEET ON
SBroadway near Hoback; easy terms. Ad
drese postoflice box 4, Helena.
01t SALF--FOR $300 GOOD BUILDING
Ilot 50lx5l on South end of Rodney street;
address box 777, city postoffice.
L'OR SALE--$1,PSO, NEAT 4-ROOM DWELL
Sing on Eighth avenue, near turn of motor
line, with good lot; $200 down, $Z5 per month.
Matheson A Co., IDenver block.
'MISCELLANEOUS.
FOOR TRADE-IMPROVED PROPERTY TO
Strade for unimproved. Steele & Clements.
W ANTEDI-THE OWNER OF A LARGE
body of low grade, free milling gold ore
wants a capitalist who will baild a mill oa the
property tor a half interest. Apply to Wm.
ruth, sgt.
FOR tALE--SCIIOLAIISHPL IN THIl lON
tans Business College Call at this oifice.
WANTED-SAW MILL. AND LOCATION BY
mill man where there is good market, or
accessahlo body of timber. Give full partica
lars. E. M. lIrigse, talt Lake City, Utah.
15 PHill CENT GUARANTEED ON INVEST
moats insamouts from $5 uop. Money to
loan. For partieulars call or address McDonald,
Aniing & MoLeod, 6 and a Atls blook. Helona,
Mont.
W ANTED-A CUSTOMERG FOR ONE OF
the finest residence sites on west sides prico
low for cash. Wm. Mnth.
WANTED-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF
inside property: just the thing for row of
flate: olose to Main street. Wm. Math.
W ANTED---A BUYERN FOll A PLATIYED
tract of the best reesideonose ptoperty on
west side; priou way.dowu; Lhal cash balansoeia
one year. Wm. Mith, agent.
W ANTED --TO lIUILI)D A 3IX-ROOM IOUSE
with furnace and bath room complete for
3'2,000. Call andi see plans; we know they will
suit Wallace &Thurnbcrgh, Denver building.
W ANTED--TO TIItAIR A 5-ROOM 0..oSIt
on east side, hardwood floor and finish,
bath, furnace, all modern oonvenlonces. for uon
imporved properly, or will sell equity for $5,00.
Steels & Clemnent.
SCANDINAVIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
200 Breokenrldge street, near Warren.
WANTED-.A SCIIOOL (ilt.L CAN GET
free board and room who will do soma
work, 20l Breckenridge street.
IFO TRADEL-UNIMPRLOVEl PROPLETY
to trade for equity in improved, Steele ,k
Clemente
Clereenta
Q1·· 5.
hneuone bn;ff1 t*Xnveeew sn~th lab
islt breoh-ade , rfe, e
owner vn wil sell chsp for sas t.
box 717;,
p tricl fla l, A MIt 9 t d QA
t~~~pOiafL Iw ~ ANw cn~q oo
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BUO r i 0 fret-B' t `
cla nt furnturn. nsrly new; Oiding and kt.hoen
eqpnmlents for 110g'uest;o onry ,OOrP as bral
_ace on tie. Owner has larger interests. ato
mcstdi~~cqpotbseo thi. ddres ~liabrt if. 1.M
f Q- . 4.l hl^ x U4YB A E WN.1
oaitnen unltueg for balle,olte fp
houseklepinn C &heapfor, , D Oth vAN
eF colt RuslinonrftP ion, dRst
.:tmet,
".OR SME--BlAND NIIW SMITH PRiE
Pitler o uieriterr , heep for cih. Itom
Pital oock,
.OR SALE,-PA-RL- .,jO Ip IB EDROOHE AL
,n Busines! ~olliege .Call at this o(1Do.
kicplhen fawmill, plafto il contanaefn
aocount oe failing health i am comnjeUed to
.,!Ose out the ne manuftorjns pjrt o[ my 'huges,.
oer.sae offer for sale mCentire outfa1 smtc
streetre
ated near Cinnabar, Montana EWverytH n
oomplto runring ordler, with plenty of timber
near the mill; verythinp for sIloaeeshi qpe.o
tion at hand, including steam motor ad one
mle o traok:; easy terms can be made to re
Ponsible ohe tee; loumber will e takeoy i unay.
menrot br tie ntire conoern, I som deslred 'byi
partte bui'ing. Addrst . forughnoeur, Living
+;'ORL S&LXFIRS'LP-.J.A.U BBBt3BR SHOP,+
to bath roomh : aso ncd rkiish s nd otorUoe
eth oif tonnection; the onln obe in townr
sponsibileo l i best location piateown; will
a rties inteAdrest{ddress A A, Brown,
Greet aFl. Monta._ _
.OR BALzE--RST-LABSHED MERCANTILE
bate i cnnetin; he nl on i town do-c
buHsins with a large trade: will trade for
improved real estate in .elena. Steele Clem
nte.
SBALE OF STATE LANDS.
STATE Or MONTANA,
OFrrICn or
STATE BOARD or LAD com.0osi r 0,
AinL. A. Mont, March 0 1801. 2
the provtisions and got of the lefislattve aseer
bly of the state of Moatana, entitled. "An at
to provide for the selection, location, appraieal
sale and leasing of state laeds," approved March
6, 1881, the state board of land commissionse*
will, on onday, the 16th day of April, A. W
1892. offer for sale at public auction at the court
honse, In the oity of telena, county of Lewie and
Clarke, and state of Montana. the following Iot
or tracts'of land, the property of the said state
and lying and being within the limits of the said
coounty of Lewis and Clarks, the particular do
scriptlon of the said lands being as follows, to
wit:
Part of Seotipn. o .
NE quarter...... 10N W 00
S .. 11 10 N 2W 1 00
S .....11 10 N 2W 5 00
NE 14 10 N 2W 5 00
NW " . 10 10N 2W 500
BE 14 10 N W 60 00
NE 11 10 N W 1 5 00
NW .. 1 0 ION W 500
NW 1 ..... 10 N W 500
BE 15 10N 1W 500
NE ..... 106 10N 1W 2150
NW 10 10 N 1W 500
SW .. 16 101 N 1W 1500
BE .....I 16 1 N 1 W 251.
NE " ..... 10N 1W 1 1
NW 18 10. 1W 121
SW 1 lON1. 1 W 12
510 " 1 .... l36 ION 1W 115
NM t o N 2W 500
NW 1 10 N 2 W 5 00
W 1 .... S O 11 N a W 500
SE 16 10 N W 5 00
NW o 136 101 N W 5 00
E .... is 110N 2W 500
.NW?_ ofg .... 16 1ON OW 1500
NW34ofBE3"... 16 10N 3W 5000
Squarter...... 3a 10N 8W W 20 00
BE 18 10N 1 W 100
NWE 1 0 lON W 1r00
NW 16 10 N 4W 10 00
BWE 16 10 N 4W 1000
NWE 16 . 10 N 5W 15 00
NW ... 1 10 N 5W 500
SW 1" 6so 10 N 4W 100
E 1...... 6 10 N 4W 5000
NE 1 .....I. 1 N 2W 200
NW ...... 1 11 N W 00o
Bw 111 N 10 1o o1
N: 10 11N 3W 000
NW ... O 11 N W 00
SW 18 11N 2W 1000
NW 1 11 N 4W 50
W 16 110N 4W 500
snE 16 11 N W u o00
Et of Lmp.::e n uo11 N o W 5 100
W o!NI 11N 1W 15 00
NE qarer.: 18 11N 4W 500
NW 16 1121N W 2 50
SW 16 12 N W 250
SE ..... 1112N W 500
.NE 1.a N 2 W 10W 250
NW N 10 11N 4W 150
N " 18 1SIN 4W 5000
te qua ter ...... 16 1 N s4W 5 0
S ...... 16 121 N W 500
W 15 18 N 1 W 100
SE s6 12N 0 W it0
N2 16 121N 4W 2500
NW .. t16 1 N 8W 5 00
s 3 a ..1. 06 1 N 1W 5100
E ...... 16 N 3W 570
NE 16 12N 4W 00
W ,,N . 10 1 N W 100
NW136 12N 5W 200
Lo .a % 12N 5W 2O0
Sqarter ..... 130 12 N 4W 100
NW ' .. 86 ]IN W 2
. . 16 1IN 4W 500
NW 16 11N W 250
NE qoaroer 16 111 SW 250
NW 1 1 12N0 1W 250
NW 1 N 11 W 2150
SE 10 111N W 110
The terms and conditions of sale will be as
follows:
'1 hirty per cent of the purchase prie cOnsh at
the time of sal. The balance to be seuured by
a penal obigaLtion to be executed within twenty
four houresafter the en', conditioned for tile
payment of the residue or the purchse to the.
state of Montana in seven equal annual pay
ments, with interest at the rate of seven lper cent
per annum. P'rovided. that the purchaser shall
hare the option of paying the whole amount of
the pnrohae in easa if he so des res.
All lands will be sold subject to the provisions
of. section 21 of tihe act which reaJe as follows:
S ouroN 2t. Any person desiring to purchase
land upon which he or she shall have made in
provementa prior to the passnae of this nact, it
the land was surveyed at that time, or If nnsur
veyrd, then prior to the suorvey, shall be al,owed
to deduct the appraised value of the inprov"
meats from the amount bid for the said land
and imlprovements. and In the event that any
person purchase the land upon which such imi
provemunts have been miads, the prohaser shall
ay tlhe full prioe of said laudand improvemente
to the stae treurer, and the state treasursr
-hall pay the appraised value of tie improve
ments to the persen owning the same. and ti i
pries of all imeprovement shall beo paidl in full
at the timeof ihosale by thqpnruhecsr. Provided
that thie bid mentioned in fills section haell be
for asum equal to the mount of both the at.
praised value of such improvements and tlh
n.inimum price of the land s fixed by the state
board of land commissionsrs, hat in oe such
bid doen not equa the minimum price of the
land and the appraled value of inmprovment.s
-nch diclt sbhafl be taken from the appraised
value of the imprrovement+. S4id improvementi
shall be appraised at provided for the apprale-.
meat of improvements upon school lands in Se..
40 of this act.
No bid will be accepted at less . than the ap
praised value, nor for lea than ten (O10) dollars
.t lands not sold will be for loese immsd-
ately after the sale.
Jon. I. Toon.. President,
Jolt" G "NoN le. tarp.
othe sBtat Board of Land Ommhatlnon.
to menj ·own Mp11 #4 t1 ý
.npitnfo pumntn
Po sagtorlk to.1* D;.1800, a.
Araby.t t in sa 0 a et.ý' cat
,tion Yh ob np f O i 11n i8 u ioe f t
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Slaeo, al all*tte , rUt,
p androatieonswbc r ow rte awou
o ra utt pL~attiti týº,t9ltyl e~tvenoel
ý to th re ootnpany tFater~r e-rret
9-. a mtin inter estedeci
. on lcar oreanp i er o then teisli
piropeat n osob nes hon ore marl.
A d cmm tonl ofwhhcn ha obtai, etack.
1aml tonsouts orfne the patenat trtIg et "tors eel
elotistieeallete A patppen t, iwh the
OtJ5l5ýh55aOwto jtiaptt t fo Mon t "
the an o lae, e. rpefra
heo oastereetedtst patent a tQ..so Itecta
raio' ha banZa n a h NO terriutor o
Aleflln to authol Ta .the o 0f rst";t
tiolrdet~cLtland nof wto can who eoht's! eJrb
o t Spp ecr Wn Letaroy. the up'ect et a
gJated thnis .tha of tM atetrigh, aforsad
• ntiff, cal h Andrew NFtte, torwihthe
,Qmpndand c n tmeut romght fr Montana
and Idahon, also e, .thekeasnr, .etr(he rn
abeere nt foyealis saatdiu n s out osict a
j ir eh;, th e ompan t ditis trict ob tha
fot teotal otays outnher te oty OL
ceut2y in nee ato' oneied onotiona, whe rei pArn
Hi B. NonTara.tn of oru tees.u b
Siecretary.
Dt thie 401th dlay of March. 1882.
SNI10IIrffsl SALE--AUNIR B., CLEM1ENTS0
alapintiff, e Andrew N. attoni, N.rthweste
oar.d a dtrn ueatme at Comany and n, . Wtt
.Grifimth, trnstee, defendanta
Under and b virtue of an order.ofsale and
deirese, foreslosure and ettsrle d oee toficthe
district, court of the Piret judicial district of the
state ef Bontaxu, in end for the county of Lewis
and CLarke, on the 18te y day of March, A. D.
18812, in the above enttited soluewhe.reirin abner
. lsreontr, the aboe u amnteo plaintio, ob
tained a judgment cand decre of forelearre and
sasaasiyE.. Andrew N. Patton, )4orthweete"r
srad ae tm Cescpeay end 0~. W. ~I,
Grifit, de iendant, o2 n the t18th daof oarc,
Lews udnd 1 .n .O tote of C Mntand.. bealde,
iofth, s ant attornee fees. hia atid
decree was oecit 1tbe day f swe, Atof. th).
18o1,reeorded in dgmen ookNNo . u ot
caid c~rurt at pego -, I sinC"~ coson~esiti
rto sell all thoue theaist puace orprcel ofthe
lstd, othat, winend bnfor in the ounty ofe
ind Clarke , sn Oh 19ta dte of Moarnc, A.nd
tarined ajuge t anddere o frelour and
bsounde ad descri~;bed as followPs, to-wit,: The
northeast q ourtetr of northeaist fler ties
naorth half et etnbest N uarter o oru not.esrst
GUauthO, the west half of northeast quarter
and eceth half of nortsuen t o$ort2r of s04 b
sight (8). costa northtor ef ' nwhwch setion
the lsocthweotsl quarter o' northeast qaar~ter o
section ntine 8), all in township tet d 10) north,
rn80e three (8) west, except alneo ) arestken
osll the wet end of north hal ofarouchest
quarter of northeest qeuartry of said seettoti
dight 18), and atl ting in the County of Lewif
e 'd Clarke, and state of Montana. t
Public notice is hereby givoe that on Maonda.
the llth da of Arlh a. A . .r18te. at 12 o cloc
m. of that day at the front door of the coqthouae
Helenas, Lewih end Cla.rke bunty, q Montana, t
will. in obedience to said order of saesnd decree
of foreclosur n nd sa.e, i e tho haove described
ropora or eo much thereof as maybhe ncsesary
o atis.weaid .judmot wlrth interest and costs,
tohe ihighettt and beat bidder for cash in hand.
Given under my hand this h le t dt a of MLaroo .
e. D. 188 oc'.
CHAm. o. JtPPtaIa, f o herthus
By F. H. Hoes,
Under Sheriff.
ALIAS SUMMONS--I, THE DIBSTRICT
court of the First judioil dlstrictof the state
of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke.
Robert C. Scott. plaintiff, vae Margaret Scott.
defendant.
The state of Montana sends greeting to the
above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear In an action
brought against you by the above-named plain
tiffin the district court of the First judicial
district of the state of Montana, in and for the
county of Lewis and Clarke and to answer the
complaint filed therein within ten days (exclu
sive of the day of service) after the service on
you of this summons, if served within this county;
or, if served out of this county, but within this
district, within twenty days; otherwise within
forty days, or judgment by defanlt will be taken
againstyon, according to the prayer of said com
plaint.
the said action is brought to obtain a decree
dissolving .the bonds of matrimony now
existing between said plaintiff and defend
ant, on the grounds of adultery by said defend.
ant with one James Allen, at the house of said
defendant in the city of Calgary, distriot of Al
berta, dominion of Canada, and on the further
ground that since their said marriage the said do.
fendant has treated plaintiff in a cruel and in
human manner, all of which more fully appears
in the complaint on file in said above entitled
court.
And you are hereby notified that if you fall to
appoar and answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the district
court of the First judicial district of the state of
Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke, this 8th day of February. in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety
toL..AL.] JOHN BEAN, Clerk.
W.N. Fttkoiiza,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
SUMMONS--IN THE DISTRICT CQURT'
of the First judicial district of the state of
Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and
C.larko.
Gustave A. Uhrig, plaintiff, vs. Mary J. Uhrigl
defendant.
The state of Montana sends greeting to the
above named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above named plain
tiff in thedistrict court of the h'irst judicial dis
triet of the state of Montana, in and for the
county of Lewis and Clarge, and to answer the
complaint filed therein, within ten days
(exclusivre of the day of service) after the
service on you of this summons if served within
this connty' or, if served oat of this county, but
within this district,within twenty days; otherwise
within forty days, or judgment by default will
be taken an inst you, according to the prayer of
said complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of said coourt dissolving the bonds of matrimony
existing between the plaintiff and defendant, on
the ground that on or about the month of No
vember, A. D). 188, the said defendant disregard
ing the solemnity of her marriage vows, will
filly and withont cause deserted and abandoned
the plaintiff, and ever since has, and still con
'tites so te willfully and without cause desert
and abandon gaid plaintiff and t, live separate
and apart from him without an sufficient cause
and rsaeon, and against his will and without his
censentall of which appears more fully in thl
complaint on file herein, to which special refer
ence is hereby mad-.
And you are hereby nutiled that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint as above
required. the said plaintiff will apply to tho
court for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the dis
trict court of the First judicial district of the
state'of Montana. in and for the oounty of Lewis
and Clarke, this 16th day of ebruary, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred end
ninety-two.
[sxan.] JOHN BERAN, Clerk.
ly H. It. THooopos, Deput Cloerk,
E. L. KNOwrES. Attorney for Plaintiff.
NUTICI: 01" D1)SOi,UTIION-- OI1CE IS
hereby given that the firmn of larchen A
Miorris, druggises at 1oulder. Mont., is this day
diusolved by mutual conusnt. I. MI. Parcheu re
tiring and Wm. Morris continuing the buoinose
and assuoming all liabilities and collecting all ac
counts due the late firm.
11. M. PAItCHEN,
W M. MORRIS,
Il uENA, Mont., April 1, 1812,
C, B. LEBKICHEB,
Second Floor, Herald Buildini,
LANK -To
OOKS Order
BOOKS NEATLY RULED AND PRINTED.,
- HOVEY & BICKEh
CIVL IAND MINING
ENGINIEERS.
ROOMS 24, 28,
Merchants Natlonal
lank Buildipng.
Helena, . Montana,

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