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A HOME FOR PRINTERS.
Dedication, With Approprlate Cres.
monies, of the Noble Institution
at Colorado Springs.
Many Distinguished Gentlemen
Participate in the Exerolaee
of the OooMwion.
Chlef Among Them the Noted Philanthro
past and Journalist, George W.
Childs, of Phtladelphia.
ConLontDo SPneos, Col., May 12.-The
Childs-Drexel home for printers was dedi
eated here to-day with appropriate core
monies, It was the gift of Geo, W. Childs
and A. J. Drexel. of Philadelphia, to the
International Typographical union. At
the dedication to-day Hon. Ira G. Spranu e,
mayor of Colorado Springs, delivered an
address of welcome on behalf of the city.
in which he spoke in eulogy of printers and
the printing trade, instancing many illus
trious men, beginning with Horace Greeley,
who had been printers. Gov. John L.
Routtdelivered an address of welcome on
behalf of the state, congratulating Coleo
rado on being chosen by the donors as the
site for the building and the donors for
having selected the most suitable spot in
the country.
Hon. George W. Childs, one of the co
donors of the institution, spoke briefly, say
ing: "Forty-one years ago the Interna
tional Tyoygraphical union established
printers' unions, and not only spread the
light of education and reason over this
vast continent, but they added to labor a
higher dignity and broader independence
OEORGE W. COILDS.
-nd all those qualities which render it of
he greatest worth." The speaker con
)inued, saying that he had been more or
less intimately aesociated with printers
from boyhood and naturally sympathized
with them, and what little he had been able
to do to express his respect and admiration
for them had honored him more in the giv
ing than the craft in receiving. The
printers were not indebted to him, but he
to them.
The exercises of the day, which were pre
ceded by a parade of civic societies and
trades unions, were witnessed by a large
concourse of people, The following pro
gramme was carried out.
POORA.e:IE.
Prayer...Rev. James B. Gregg, Colorado Springs
Music. Quartette.
Address of Welcome.. on. John L. lontt. Goev
ertor. On behalf of the people of the
state of Colorado.
Address of Welcome........ Hon. IraT. Sprague.
ayor. o n behalf of the citizens of Co
orado npttings.
Address of Welcome.. H. G. Lent. Esq., Presi
dent Chamber of Commerce. Ou behalf
of the business community.
Music, Quartette.
Response......W. B. Prescott. President Intero
national Typographicatl Union.
History of the Childs-urexel Home...... August
Dolneth, Washington, D. C.
Oration......... enator J. H. Gallinger, of New
Hampshire.
Remarks..... W. S. Capeller President National
Editorial Association.
Music. Quartette.
Benediction .................... ev, A. R. ieffer
The Childs-Drexel home for union
printers is located but three squares from
the electric car line, about a mile east of
Coloraedo Springs, on eighty acres of
ground presented to the International
Typographical union by the citizeas of
Colorado Springs, through Messrs. Mo
Goveny and Martin. In respect to health.
fulness, scenic grandeur and surroundings
the location could hardly be surpassed in
the United States. The building is impos
inc, ornamental and substantial. Coeaing
about $66,000 the contract could
not be let to-day for less than
$80,000. The main building is four
stories and basement in height. A square
tower projects from the building at the
youth, and a round tower at the north, end.
These towers rise 100 feet above grade. The
building is 144x44 with a wing 20x40, and is
built of gray lava stone with red sand
stone trimmings, presenting a very hand
some appearance. 'Te interior arrange
ment is admirably adapted for
the purpose for which it is in
lo,,,rl. fthr rnnmlr n4 'hinh fhnrn
are sixty-three, are large and airy and
open into the central halls, besides having 8'
outer windows. Electric lights and steam
heat throughout reduce the danger from
fire, and it is believed these protections
provided will be ample.
The memorial parlors reserved for Mrs.
Drexel are spacious and attractive, and the
parlor reserved for Mrs. Childs will
be one of the handsomest in
the state, one of the features
being an oil painting valued at $1,000.
This room will contain nine windows. The (
bibliophile printer will find much to please a
him in the library, to which such additions
will be made from time to time as to make
it worthy of note as befitting the institute
to which it belongs. Besides many value
ble or rare books of various kinds already
donated, the library contains a "History of
Printing," which was printed in London
120 years ago.
San Francisco union has completed ar
rangements for the furnishing of sts rooms.
All the furniture will be of California man
ufaoture, and the wood will be the famous
California red wood. Denver Typegraph
ical and writer's unions will furnish rooms,
and it. H. Kohlsant, of the Chicago Inter
Ocean, will furnish a room to be known as
the Inter Ocean room. It has also been
suggested in Toronto, Ont., that Canadian
unions join in furnishing a room in Cana
dian woods and materials, but that matter
is not yet decided.
The building and grounds are most bean
tifully located. Pioturesque bits of
scenery so lavishly strewn around furnish
the artist and poet themes for brush and
pen, and health and pleasure for those who
have regarded life a failure. The drives
through the glens and parks, and the boat
ingr and fishing of the lakes and streams,
attract the invalid and worn out until, with
reinvigoration and fresh desire, they grasp
the Alpenstock of nature and climb the
heights where float banners of health and
hope.
"The dedication of the home will mark
an era in the history of trades unionism
which will not only be productive of great
good for all those who will avail themselves
of the advantages of the institution, but
will serve to hind closer all who have been
instrumental in its establishment, even to
the setting of 1,000 ems. With each com
ing anniversary of the completion of the
edifice, built of love to fellow men, praises
will be sung of the good will of those who
add to the usefulness and beauty of the
printer's paradise. Nature has given
largely of her choicest treasures; it remains
for the generous and noble to continue the
work so auspiciously begun, and soon the
wildest dreams of the typo enthusiast will
become a happy reality."
Billy Maher, lightweight champion of
Australia, whipped Frank Purcell, of Salt
Lake, in fifteen rounds at Los Angeles.
NO COUNTRY WILL CLAr THbM.
Some of the Outlaws Who Joined Oars.
A Battle With Them.
.A.Uravroli Texase May ..--A News ape
dal' from Rio Grande City, Texzas says
word was received last night that a bfglht
odourred between Mexican soldiers under
LIent.. Sodo asd the remnant of; Oagse
gang, under command of Julias Flores,
ihasmoglo Ramoon and others, A.t is
Meco, near Mier, Flores and a *e
gro named Ablando and eight other
outlaws were killed. No prisoners
were taken, One soldier was wounded and
three horses were killed. No revolutionary
importance is attached to the movement
of the Garza men. When Sheriff Shelly
and deputies and deputy marshals attacked
them on the 16th of last month, three re
maining asquad of revolutionists. ander
command. respetively of Santlio, Ca
dena, Florea and Ramon, had
assembled for the purpose of delib.
eretind on a plan of crossing
into Mexico, disbanding and hiding in the
mountains. Cadena at the tiume had nine
men, Ramon eight and Flores twenty-two.
!'hee forty-two men were those who joined
Garre. were largely already outlaws in
Mexico. and many on this side also, and
have now absolutely no refuge. After the
battle the remainder of the gang fled to
wards the United States.
Opportunity.
Master of human destiny am I.
Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps
wait,
Cites and fields I walk. I penetrate
Deserts and meas remote, and passing by
Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late
Iknoak uebiddee ones at every gate.
If sleeping, wake; if feasting rite before
I tarn away. It is the hoar of state
And they who follow me reach every state
Mortals desire, and conquer every foe
Save death; but those who doubt or hesl-,
tate
Condemned to failure, penury and woe
leek me in vain ant uselessly implores
s answer not, and I return no more.
Jio. J. INoALL.ra
But fail ye not in this respect.
Seise every opportunity to travel
Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway.
This is the advice of
reo. H. Harnroan.
General Passenger Agent, Chicago, IlL
Union PacifAt System.
General Assembly Presbyterian church,
Portland, Ore., May 10, to June 2. Union
Pacifio system will make round trip rate of
one fare from Helena to Portland for the
above meeting. Tickets on sale May 9 to
14 inolsive, good ninety days.
For further information address or call
on No .26 North Main street, Helena.
H. O. Wisot, F. & P. A.
Helena, Mont.
L L. LocAx, G. P. & T. A.,
Omaha, Nob.
Are uen Suffering
From baok ache, inflammation of the blad
der, brick dust deposit or stone in theblad
der, or in fact any derangement of the
kidneys or arinary organs? If thus afflicted
do not lose time and waste money on worth
less liniments and worse plasters, but strike
at the seat of the disease at once by using
the greatest all of known remedies, the ce!
ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to
take, purely vegetable. Satisfaction every
time.
Jay Gould was interviewed in relation to
the reported buying of the Pecos Valley
railroad. He would neither positively deny
or affirm the report.
THE MARKETS.
eTOCKi.
haw Tonu. May 12.-Bar silver. 87.
Copper-Quiet; lake, [email protected].
Lead-Easy; domestic, 54.2214.
The sto7k market to-day was extremely nar
row and pressure in the afternoon by bears left
it quiet, but moat of the list is slightly below
opening.
Governments-Dull; steady.
Petroleum-June closed 5714.
Closing Closing
U. S. 4ereg........116% New YorkCentral.l414%
U. S. as coupon....110 Oregon imp....... 22
U. . 2s eg.......100 Oregon Nav....... 82
Pacifiocs ..........109 North American... 14%
Atchison.......... 35 Pacific Mail....... 35
American Exa.... 18 Pullman Palace...198
Canada Pee....... 89h Beading........... 5928
Canada South..... 60% Rock lsland....... 821
Central Pacific.... 30:4 St. taul........... 78%
Ullrlington ..i....105%. bt. Paul & Omaha 499
Lackawsnna.... ..157Y Texas Pacific...... 10
U. & It. (i........ 52 Union Pacific..... 49%
Erie............... 3014 U. 5. Express..... 45
Illinois Central ...1003 cargo Express....145
Kansas &Texas.... A1 Western Union.... 92%
Lake Shore .......181 Ameri. Cotton Oil. 38%
L'ville Nash..... 76% Terminal.......... 8%
Michigan Ceptral.1094 Lead Trust........ 20
hissouri P cific... 534 Oreg'n Ihort Line. 24'/
Northern Pacific.. 15% tL i(. Western.... 37
N. P. pref......... 56°, Lt. iG. W.pref...... 723
Northwestern..... 20' li.( . W. lste...... 81%
Northwestern, prel 45 Distillers.......... 47).
Money on call easy: closed offered at 2;
prime mercantile paper 344@5; sterlina ex
change steady; 00-day bills. $4.86%; demand
54,87i9,
CHICAGO CATTLE.
cHlT Aoo. May 12.--Cattle - Recelorts. 20,000;
lower; prime to extra steers, 84.15.4.65:' good
to choice, $:.75li4.00; others, $3.03.655, stock
era, $2.68.u .. 00.
lions--teceions, 33.000: closet strong; rough
anti common. $4.00494.40: mixed and packers.
[email protected].; prime heavy and butchers' weights.
$1.70F94.-8.
Sheep--Receipte. 8.000; prime native lambs
shade higher, others steady; clipped sheep .$4.50%
5.25; wethere and yearlings, 1di@t 85.
cHE I('AGO P1'iUtCl);Jt.N
CarIcnO. May 12.--lose-Wheat-Steady; cash,
t8tlc; July. 81ic.
Corn-liigher; cash, 45%14; July, 438c.
Oat--Steady: cash, 30ac; July. 290c.
earley- tlc.
Iork-Caeh. 0$9.671: July, $9.771.
lard-Steady; cash. $.2z.14; July, $6,82½.
Shoilders--84.fi1444.75.
Short clear-$i.17%4r6.i0.
Short ribs- $5.8.5B,5.871.
()RDINANt'E NO. 122--AN ORDINANCE AP
propriating a curtain sum to pay Helena
C:onsolidatetl Water company for two hundred
and fifty-five hydrants for tihe nmonth of April.
Be it ordained by the city council of thie city of
lteluna:
There is hereby appropriated out of any
molier i ther fir,- fund not otherwiee appro
priated tire sum of sixteen hundred five arnd
I-1O dollars ($yl.tt05.14), to pay lclena Consoli
dated water rontpany, anti the Bum of four hurn
ireod one and 2h-lil0 dollars out of general tiuil
not otherweise alpripriated for the rent of hy
drantsefortho month of April And the city
clerk is Lreeby irstructed to draw a warrant for
said amount.
Approved this 10th tday of May. 1892.
ilS..iAt IOliN C. CURTIN. Mayor.
Attest; SYDNEY If. MClNTine, City:Clerk.
()RDINANCE NO. 13--AN ORDINANCE AP
propriating a certain sum of money to the
Ilelena Electric compan y for electric light ser
f vice during the rronthn of April. 18t2.
Hbe it ordained by the city council of the city of
Helena:
Hection 1. There is Ihereby appropriated out
of ally monire in thie general fund not other
wise appropriated, the sum of twelve hundred
thirty-tree andti 3-100 dollars (t,.233.33). to Ipay
the Ilileoa I ltctric company for elhctric light
service during the month of April, 18112.
I Approved tiule 10th (lay of May, 1882.
InIEALI JOHN (. C(UIIN. Mayor.
Attest: SYDNEY Ii. McNTInE,. City Clerk.
- ORDINANCE NO. 114.-AN ORDINANCE AP
priating a certain rum to pay E B. Preston
& Co. for nno Ihose wagon anti extension ladder.
p Be it ordained by the cit yronrcil of the city of
e Helene:
d Section 1. There is hereby appropriated out of
any monies in the firt fund not otherwise apdro
k priated, the se of five hundredi and twenty
dellars (4$20.00). to pay if. Preston & Co. for
Sone ose wagon and extension ladder. And the
t city clerk is hereby instructed to draw a warrant
s fur said amount.
It Approved this 10th day of May. 1882.
ttI EALi JOHN C. C IURTtN Mayor.
S Attat: "tYD1nseY 1. MhINTlaInr City Clerk.
inn
e NOTICE OF APPIJCATION TO CUT TIM
bher.-ln accordance with the Irovisiont os
Rseltion . rules and regulations prescribed by
Sthe honorable secrstary of the interior May 5,
1e M91, I. the undersigned, resident of Park
n county, Montana, hereby give notice that
as at the expiration of twenty-one days from
he the first publication of this notice will make
e written application to the honorable secretary of
lthe interior for authority to cut and remove all
ill the timber fit for lumber on thie following de
scribedland. to-wit: Section ho. 24, township
No. 9, south of ranle No. 7 east. In Park county.
of Montana. Said timber coseisting of dfir, spruce
i and pine. amounting in all to about 008.80 feet.
lt IIAN.RY GASSERiT.
l.art publication April 20. 1b92.
`4se skis heasd three timea
r *re t ou r re n1 reak
' IUATION WA TTDA, COLORRD Lh& Y
•-ý 9ao exri0e dadlsa plaae to do 0chamber
roor htho uow~ orar rs a nuse can ube
tree t 10_1Dristet.
'oaleigh atre
ITU' TION WANTED-BY A W .OMANIY
4tri. to work for ,her board and roam, In
Hesa or any place where teas lead toreo tooe.
d for trso days Nay . olb, n man.
SlTUATION WANTED-AS IIOUSEKlOPFii
J. hotel, leo din houne or prvte n tam ly;
hotel preferred. Atdress or el room A0 Gran
don block.
SITUATION WANTEFD-ENERGETIC WO
mao good cook, fins houekeeper. would
koplnces in or out of town. Address 17 S. Rod
ney street,
IJTUATION WANTIE-BR WOMAN TO RO
out by the aLr in families, 81e N. Ewing
street.
1ITUATION WANTHD--G NEllAL HOUSE.
Swork or chmber work. Adddre No. 20 .
Raleigh etreet.
SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE.
Advertisements under this head three times
TR¬EH.
ITUATION WANTED--BY FIRST-CLASS
V civil. mechanical and hydratuli e$ngineer
best references. Addres A at. Co Belvider
house, Helena.
SITUATION WARTED--A STENOGRAPHER
and bookkeeper would like a position to work
twohoure every night; good retersnca Address
, care Independent.
HEOLP WANTED IFEMALE.
RANTED-BLACKSMITH; $5L AND BOARD.
24 Edward street.
I ANTED-A MAN WITH GOOD REFER
enaee for general store work. Oppen
heimer & Ach.
ANTED-CCHANDLER WANTS 8 GIRLS
' for housework; one place two in family,
W ANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; nasPe $25 per month. Call at 721
Spruce stree.
WANT '- ,, ESSILAKER THAT U'
derst.. .siting and fitting perfectlr,
must bring . .oenceae. pply mornings this
week, room 1, t~andon block.
WANTED--GTRL TO GO IN COUNTRY.
Call at 2"21 Pine street between six and
seven p im.
. ANTED - APPRENTICE GIRL FOR
dressraking. Scandinavian rmployment
ofice, 20t Breckenridge street.
OANTED-A NURSE GIRL BETWEEN 1O
and 17 years old. Apply 1 Seouth Rodney.
HELP WANTED-M-ALE.
OTANTED - CHANDLER, 24 EDWARDST
street, wants man waiter $40; camp cook
500.
WANTED-A MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS.
Snot afraitd to work, for the real estate and
insuranco business. Address box 120, Helena.
-ATED-A F1RST-CI.AbS COOK FOR
meat and pastry. Skandinavien Employ
ment office.
FANTED-BARBER: FIRST-CLASS MAN;
steady job. Apply T. M, Nowak, Philips
burg. Mont.
WTAN'ED-EXCELLENT CHANCE FOR A
.gentleman cf intelligence and activity t3
represent largest cororation in every city and
town in Montana. Address Videx. P. 0. Box
14. Helena.
.A.ANTED-THR YOUNG ME' TO RUN
' as news aients on Northern Pacific rail
road. Ap!ly to northern News Co.. Northern
Pacific depot. Must have security.
OR RENT--FURINISHED ROOAS.
FOR RENT--COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
de rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey Dlock
tirand street. Rext door Hotel Helena.
IOARD AND 1ROOAl OFFERED.
BOARD AND ROOM-YOUNG LADY CAN
B secure board and room, with every modern
converience, at very reasonable rates; locality
desirable and convenient. Call at room 17,.
Merchants Bank building.
OOM AND BOARD AT 304 BENTON AVE.
hue; pleasant furnished room. first-class
table board.
OlOt1 RtNT--ROOMS AND BOARD, I08
SWarren street, corner Sixth ave.
-FOR RFw T--hOO# IN PRIVATE FAMILY
Switlh or without board at 505 Ewing street.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS
'VANTED-A TENANT FOR' THREE UN
Sfurnished rooms at 204 Breckenridge
street,
-Vol RENT-STORE ON MAIN STREET,
large and desirable; cheap rent. W. E. Cox.
Gold block.
F OR RENT-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM IN
' opera house. Steele & Clemente.
F OR RENT--FINE LARIGE BASEMENT ON
I Upper Main street. Steels & Clements.
OR RENT--UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN
F opers house. Steels & Clemonts.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
E.OR SALE-BED ROOM SUIT. HEATING
F stove and kitchen furniture cheap. 820
Hillsdale avenue.
S'O'ALE-A SADDLE HORSE BROKEN
to ride or drive. Enquire 812 Dearborn
avenue.
OR SALEF-BICYCLE, COLUMBIA, 52
F inch wheel:; filrst-class condition; $12l;a bar
gain. Addlress P. (t. box 851.
TO SALK--UPRIGIIT PIANO AT A LIAR
bargun. 115i Blake street.
FOR SALE--BARGiAIN N FUIINITURE-
-$700 will buy all the furniture in 800 ,road
way, including bed and tabl, linen aid anew
400 lishar uprirght piano.
UOIt SALE--TWO STOVES. COOKING AND
.' heating, beth" for wood, cheap. Inquire
100 Harrlion avenue.
F OiR SALf--IlIULL TERRIER PUPS. SIRED
I by the celebrated Little Tish. dam Bios Kate.
No better ighting blo d can be obtained. From
dsdesd-game stock, good mouths and bodies. Ad
dress. Ed. 'atteraon. lsamarck. N·. 1.
|. business with a large trade: will trade for
improved real estate in Helena. hteele & Clem
ents.
iFOR BALE--HIIEEP RANCHI IN MEAGHIIEIt a
- county, of 5,800 acros. Of this 4,000 are un
der fence; can make G00 tons of hay: ample water 6
rights. range for 12,(001 sheep, four good shads, 1
corrals. cabins, machinery of all kinds, rond ov
erytlung necessary for a well equipped sheep
ranch. Price, $ , 0 per acre, payable $2 ver
acre down, and balance on ive years time.
Iatheson & Co., Denver block.
BUSINESS CHANCE-A HOITEL DOING AN
xcelloent business. central location, first
class farniture. nearly now; dining and kitchen
equipments for 100 guests; only 12,000 oaash, bal
ance on timne. Owner has larger interesta and
most dispose of this. Address terbert B. Reed,
Hailer block.
LOR SALE-HO USEHOLD lFURNiTURLIlC
f1 or sale at a bargain. Call at 131 N. Jackson
treset.
SF01 SALE-HOUSEHOLD GOODS. WITH
cooking stove and ntensils: everything must
hbe old. Private sale at ,31 Hlilladale avenue.
T~Ott ALE---P'AROII., BED11OOM AND
hu kitchen furniture for sale, comloete for
housoekeeping. Cheap for cash. t03 Sixth ave.
LOST.
OBl - P(ICKEI1BOOK C(OhlAINING Sm.
papers, cards. etc. A liberal reward will
be paid if returned to Eo S. .lichards, Northern
Lpacific city ofica.
17OST -SUNDAY MORNING, BfTWEPN
L Catholic church and 512 Bracsenridge street,
adull jet and Snld pin set with smalh pearls.
Finder please leave at 532 Braukonrilge street
and receive reward.
lOST-A POCKETBOOK CONTAINING PA
pers and money. 150 reward will be paid
for return of same to this olffic
IMONEY T'O LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN--IIFHBIIT B. IltEEID &
Co., Thompson block. peosite (Grand Cen
tral hotel loan from $50 to e0,000,
MONlEY TO LOAMN-L 11. l' PALMER. B1
TO f --IN SUMS TO SUIT. LOW ILTwij
or lnterest Steele & Clements.
MONEY TO LOAN--STEELE o& CLEMENTS.
Insurs to suit, low rate of interest, no
conummission, no interest in advance, no delay.
American Club House Cheese.
DEICIOUS, APPETIZING, TEMPTING
AMPRICAN A soft, iich cheese, put up in hermetically sealed jars, attracts
B J ~attention wherever shown.
For luncheon at home, for the traveler, for hunting and fish
ing parties, for picnic and all forms of outdoor life, this cheese is
unrivalled.
American Club House Cheese must be kept cool.
cLVE.ANoo. Price, 45c. Per Jar.
BACH, CORY & CO.,
HELENA, MONTANA,
FOR RENT--DWELLINGI
FOB kENT-REIRBERT I. REED a CO.,
SThompson blook opposite Grand Central.
hotel, have the larget list of houses and rooms
for rent in the city.
FOR RENT-FIVE ROOMS; 61, 5. RODNEY;
5 bath, hot and cold water, with use of barn. s
OR ItENT-THIIEE RO'Mf; 618 S. ROD
. ney; bath, hot and cold water.
I
IOR RENT--DESIRABLE RESIDENCE ON
F Eighth avenue. five doors below Rodney }
street; rent $20.
ZOR RENT-FURNjISHED HOUSE OF SIX -
1 roome. large yard. barn, $10; eight room
dwelling, bath and corner lot on eslt side, $30;
eleven room honse on BroadwAy with bath, fur
nace, gas, $5I; cottage on Brockenridge, $10; Is
brick cottage on Alta street. *15; eeven room pi
dwellinr on Yeact, near HIenton, $15. Matheson o
.tCo., Denvor block.
FOR MENT-T- RY DEB.RABLE REII
Bidence, nine rooms, on Rodney street near
Sixth avenue. Stelse & Clements.
FO BENT-SIX-1lOOM FPAME HOUSE ON
Eleventh avenue, $10 per month. Steele &
Clements.
L'OR RN'T-UNFURNISHED 1100RM$ AND a
apartments of all kinds and in desira
locations., at $4 to $10 per room. Call aond exam- t
ine our list. Wallace A 'hornbnrgh, Denver
building.
FOR tALE1-REAL CSTATE. . ,
|. OR SALE--AN EXCELLENT LEVEL LOT,
u50x140 with 10 foot alley in rear, for $400,
on easy terms. A purchaser who builds on the
lot may have three years time to pay for it.
dMatheson & Co., Denver block.
'OR SALE-S-2,00; TWO-STORY RESIDENCE
' of seven rooms;: water on both floors' stable
and outbuildings: Ninth avenue, between Beatties
and t.:leigh; this is a bargain. Steele & Clem
ents. ____ $
%OR SALE-- 800, FOP. AN EXCELLENT
A corner, 50x125, in Broadwater addition, one c
block from electric line. Matheson & Co.. Den
ver block.
FORl SALE-SOME GOOD RIESIDENCE t
FI lots on Alta street, 40x100, at $100; paekble p
250 down, balance in a year. Matheson & Co..
Denver block. ]
OR SALE--CHRIS. KENCK ADDITION; 4
some choice lots on Highland street at $600
one-third down, balance six and twelve months.
Matheson it Co., Denver block. a
1OR SALE--2,500; NEW MODERN DWELL
Sing, hall, five rooms, with bathroom fully
equipoed, hot and cold water, sewer connection,
gas, plumbing, corner lot on Chaucer otreet, four
blocks from court house: only $500 down, $:5
per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block.
"OR SALE--375 FOR A GOOD LOT IN f
Broadwater addition, one block from eleo- I
trio line. Matheson & Co.
FOR SALE-$1.6,0; GOOD 5-ROOMll DWELL
ing and large barn with lot on Peosts ave- I
nne: $50 down, balance on time at 8 per cent.
Matheson & Co.
FOR SALE-8.0C FEET IN BOYCE ADDI
Stion at $2 per fr ot. Matheson & Co. i
FOR SALE-GOOD LOT ON ALTA STREET
Sfor $400. Matheson & Co.
FOR SALE-- 250 WILL BUY A FINE LEVEL
Slot in lower (sGarden addition. necar Mon
tana avenue, .0x140; best bargain in the addition;
$100down, 610 per month. Matheson & lo.,
Denver blo:k.
I.OR ,SALE--$1,650: HANDSOME 5-ROOM
1 dwelling on Division street: $200 down. $25
per mon 1: eity water; house unst completed.
hlatheseon & Co. Denver block.
BlOR SALE--UNIlL APlIl 15, LOT 50x140
en Davis street, $75. Matheson & Co., Don
ver block.
FOR SALE-FINE HAY RIANCH OF 640
acres only $1 ner acra Matheson & Co.,
Denver block,
FOR SALE-HAY RANCH AT HELMBVILI,E
S-all fenced, stab as and cabin;: controls beat
range in Nevada valley; splendid water and lots
08 it: can be irrigated with one gate: said to pro
duoe four tons of timothy to the acre; price,
$2,800; $1,500 down. balance on time. Matheson
& Co., Denver block,
FOR SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK
residence on west side. only two blocks
from Main street; fronts on two streets; very
cheap. Steele CleClements.
F OR SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK
house on Spencer street, near Rodney, only
few minutes fron; postofice, at great bargain.
Steele & Clemouts.
F OR SALE--$.I300, 35x3S, 8-ROOM BRICK,
cellar, water, etc, on alaelgn street; $3,800,
42xA8, 9-room brick, collar, water, etc., on tHal
sigh street; $5,500, 10xl00 feet. 8-room frame
houe, on Hausneer bonleard; $4,500, 45x100 feet,
b-room frame house on Broadway. . S. Frenh
& Co.
FOR SALE-ELh:GANT RE8IDlENCE ON
west side at a bargain; ten rooms, furnace.
bath room and all modern fittings; good barn
and outbuildings. Wm. Muth, act
FOR SALE-TWO SIX-t OuM HOUSES ON
west side; easy terms; near new school
building, foundry aad electrio lines. Nim.
Math, agt.
FOR BALE-FIFTY FEET ON HELENA
avenue near foot of Rodney at three-fourths
actual value. Steele & Clements.
TOki SBALE-A FINE CORNER ON NOIRTH
M Main street 100xll feet, fronts on three
streets; will be sold at a great saorifioe. Steelo &
(laements.
SC'Ol SALE-A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON
1 prominent avepue; ha all modern improve
montse and is in @oo condition: price very low
Snd terms to sei; a snap. W. E. Cox, Gold
block.
FOR SALT--I HAVE SEVEIAL NICE RES
1 idences on the west side for sale at differ
ant prieas and termls. l'rtie wishing to buy a
home will do well to call and m what I can of
f. or. Wm. Math, amt.
OUR BAE--ELEItANr RESIDENCE ON
Madison avrene, west side, east front, lot
1265200 feet; ash buyer can ecuore a great bar
gain. gIteIle & Clemente.
O7R SALE-RENTAL PROPERTY IN eRIG
t F inal towneite; will sell'o easy terms, at a
great macrifce. improvel property on Bluff
street and on liae street, Steele & Clement.
I FOR BALE-6100 660 OAPE. BALANCE
S on long time, buys a new three-room honses
lot 5x126. Addres 77bo city.
F0N Sg E-4)NUE OF THE FINII.T
raneo ni Monitoan 1.060 acres, every sore
m anhe Irripgtdead have obundane of water,
thMeg produced, good ~fmo embl
t stagabaiwln- W. __. ______t________
FORtMAL5--LOt AND AI:II(tIE AT KAL
- . lopll th new railroad town in the is
- FOR SALE-NEW SIX-tOOM HOUSE IN
. lroadwater addition, only one block from
so electrin motori emall tiayment down, balanc
instailmente. Steels & Clementa.
FOR GALE -REAL EITATE.
ORL SALE-50x140 FELT ON LYNDALE t
avene at a bargan, terms to suit. tSteele &
Clements. I
FOR LbAL A-WAfltaioEI LOTSI A .EL.+
liton, on N. P. right oft way. $100. Mat
ron & Co.
ý'OR SAL--CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN
Haner addition at very low prioas. Wm, al
Muth, agt.
F0OR ASL..:- LOW-A CHO1EUl BUILDING I
lot ftoih~ on Broadwater hotel grounds
(casttfrnt) Wm. Muth, at L
F Olt SAI.--*,LW O, 7522lS IFIET. 4-IOOn d
Sfram hour, Broawater mtor line: $608
6-.6:0 feet. A-room frame hose. W feet double
uroytety; $o,000, 84x110 feet, 8-roenc framehouse o
on Larenae street; $8,000, 10014 4 e tf 9-room
brick house on tEleventk avenue. - S. rraneh A
aw n
rIOB BALL-$ 4005 4:100 FEET, -ROOM °M
" brick, bath, clr etc,, ga ixtue. double n
frontage on two streets E. French Co.
OR 4ALE- k- 00. 6l140 FEET. 0-BOOM
ftrame honse, a coraer on Warren streets
6.600, 75x.0~ -.om stone hou on Madia
eon avenue; S;,OO0, 40x11: feet, 6-room frame
kouss, corner, en Chaucer treet; $8,100, 40u118 t
et 8-room frame hose on Chaucer street. E. b
r. reoah A Co.
iuBR OALE-LOT S ON FIFTH AVENUE AT
160 ea;~h: one-third down, balance in 1ix:
and twelve monthcs. Msathsen .t Co.
on akotaavnu $4,100, 60x8, 7-room
frame haeas, Blake street; $4,000, 42106 eee,
-room brick on Sixth avenue, iesbie; $r,. A
x58 feet, 8-room brick on Beetti street E. 1.
drench A Ce.
AOR NALE -$2.8. x140 FEET, 5-ROOM
frame house o ekth avenuet 6,500. 0x140
et, 5-room brie house on Eighth avenuer
$4000 42x10 feet. 5-room frame housea on Bara
way; 64,0o. 411x1000 feet. 9-room brick house.
corner, Broadway. Ft t French & Co.o
O i011sALt---ORN0 LaorT le0oIS0. on beat
residence street in the city; fill view of
eastaside and vrale. Adsdresm bo 17. eity I
osetoiioos.
1Ot SALE--AT A BAIOGAIN--0 FICI. ON
dree iortoirco bo: itt. Helen .
O1 SALTE (.--F)l $100 GOOD BUILDING
S lot 0xt150 on ~ uth end of Rodney street;
addrest bex 177, city posetow hls
o e ISCELLANEOUS.
O$26.25. THIS IS WHAT ONE OF OUR I
U. agents made in eight hours' work.
Male end female agents, send two 2-cent stamps
f or particunlars to S. W. Barbee, Great Falls,
Mont.
.ANT'ID - TIENANTS FOR FIVE-ROOM
furnished honso. also five-room unftar
nishrd house, good location, fine yard. AppDIy
rooms 10 and t11, Granite block.
ADAM DELGARDA -- ONLY EGYPTIAN
fortune teller in Helena; oan be consu'tedt
in perron on lawsuits, matrimonial ventures,
etc., from 10. ain. m.to 10 p. in.; consultation $2.
19 State street.
Yj A&i ltD-T- O TR;ADE 80 ACRES NEAR I
Great Falla for Helena property. Steele t
Clemente.
W AEi~c, -A B UYERFOR A PIECE OF I
inside property: jest the thing for row of
flate; close to Main street. Wi. Muth.
'JANTEt--A LtUYIEI; Foil A PLATTED
tract of the best residence property on
west side; price way.down; half cash, balance in
one year. Win. Muth., agent. I
tOK BIALE--SCHOLAItI3HIP IN THE tILlL
ena Iusinoea College. Call at thies osio.
W ANTED-TO IlUILD A SIX-ROOM HOUSE
with furnace and bath room complete for
GitO. CaWt ond see p 'm; wre know the will
uit. Wellrac BThornburgh, Denver building.
'OR TRADI:-UNIMPROVED PROPERTY
to trade for equity in improved. Steele &
Clements,
F OR TRADE-IMPROVED PROPEIRTY TO
trade for unimproved. Steel &d Clements.
IFOR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN THE MON
l tana Business College Call at this office.
'ANTED-TIHE OWNER OF A LARGE
body of low grade, free milling gold ore
wants a capitalist who will boild a mll oa the
oprty for a half interest. Apply to Wm.
bCANDINAVIAN EIMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
206 Brookenridge street, near Warren,
WANTED-SAW- MILT. AND LOCATION BY
e mill man where there is good market, or
accesable body of timber. Give full part cn
lars. E. Md. 3rig:s, alt L.ake C(ity, Utah,.
15 PER CENT GUARANTEED ON INv.ET
monte in amounts from So op. Money to
loan. For particulars call or address McDonald,
Anling & MoLeod, 6 and b Atlas block, Helena,
m ont.
W ANTED-A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF
the finest residence sites on west sides prise
low for cash. Wm. Muth.
W ANTED-TO TRADE A 9-ROOM HOUSE
on eut side, hardwood floor and finish,
bath. frnac, all modern conveuieaes, for un
improved property, or will sell equity for $5,0U0.
iteele & Clements
1.OKER MINING COMPANY. WORKS
Slocated at ined Mountain. Lewis and (lacko
coounty. lontana--Notise is herby given, that at
a meeting of the transt.s ef said omrpany held
on tes 2th day of March. . P. 1832, an a,
meat of one and ose-half (1) cents per share
ws levied upoa th capital stok of said conr
94 I abe o w or before the 5th day of may,
161y, rtoo fla I4 ollard, seretary o the o
oany, rolm eld block. Helsas. Lewis and
Clarke eoutl y, Mtaa.E Any stook mpen which
iant ausesnet shall remain unpaid on the 15th
sdatawilb Mdly a dmertesed for male at tablio
.auctIon, and oatss payment shall he made be
tore will be s.ld on the 6th dy of June, 1852. to
pan the dw ase . toether ith the
aieol a1.Ivr2,at tr o'otoog p. m., at e thwb
rGol okd bleek slens, Lewis and jlare ooaity,
Dated Marsh 28. 1987.
T OIETING- THlE AN
atarat in ofnde the stockhaldern of the
narct Mlnin. company for the election oft
t. tee to serlove for the oeaelng year and such
ot her hoiness as may he introdue.d in accord.
sure with the by-laws, wIll ho held on Saturday,
Ma 21 1892. at three o'olook p. i.. 5t theoleS
o .1 ober. J. L. iOONTZ.
Secretary.
sgned behas pointed r,
csiver of f late scm of GreeahooZtohm
Co., end is alone authorized to reelve and re
csiplt for moseys due the said firm.
WM. M rz, Umitve
ALIAS • SUMMONSIN THE DIBSPRIC
court of the First Jldicial district of the
state of Montarn in and for the county of
Lewis and Clare.
William W. Lowe plaintiff, vs. Thomas M.
Everutt. Frasnklin Ii. tallae and Albert M.
Thornburgh, co-partnere. doigl business under
the irm name ad style ef WaUCl o e&Thornbargh:
Charloe Lehman Caroline Lehman, his wife, and
Franklin R. Wallace, defeandate.
Tle state of Montana sends greeting to the
above named defeudant:.
You are hereby resoulrne to apDpear in an action
fought against ou the abose . n ea plaintitf
i the district o rt of the rirt jtottell district "
of the etate otnt in and foe tcount of
eswis nt Ci.rk sad to answer the complaint
filed thereian, wiui tea day (eusasiv.e of tlhe
day of service) er the seriee'cs you of this
eumroas, if served within, thi county; or. if
served oat of this eoaat., but wahn this dietict.
within twenty days: etherwis wit.in fory days
or rudgmsat by de.alt will be taken aueaintyon
ecording to the prayer of said complaint.
he said aeiuo is ebuoght t procuree judg
ment for $1,e00 principtl and interest at the rate
of I per eant per s aua, from July 19., 1891,
money du on a certan prominmry nete, made
July 190 ISby Thomas M. Jsveeti, in faer of
f. Molies & be:, and lea.nd to this plaintiff.
and secoed by a sertain morge between the
m partiesn, oft even date therewith, covering
all that property, gtoated in the T leOeon addition
to the city of Relema, esuan, o Lewis and
'large, state ofat Montane, de.rted m follows.
to-wit: S gimni te t the s.uthwet Ecorner of
bloek "4,"1 inctesal adttidtle, at ithe nter se
tion of the east side of IFnobhak tr.et with the
north side of t`ixth avenue and rumning thence
nortl aLeng the east side of seed koboek street
forty-hve feet, to apoi t, theneoesat on hlundred
fet to a point In the lIe between Iota numbered
two and three, in said block "A," thence seoth
along the line hetween said lots numbered two
and kh;e forty-fo fee., to polgt in the north
side of Sxth avenae, thence west aleos the north
side of Said fIt avenue o.m hundred feet te
thbsplsce ofh iuiog. Andt es abea the usual
deoree for the sae ofthe 0d prermise by the
sheriff otf mid m atmouis te tlw, ad the
nroode ppld 5tho the p of hs amount
die to thes et , ad them n .os and counsel
fees allowed y the eseourt and t8t the said de
fendante, and all perrens eleiain.g nder them
snbsequent to the e cutioaoeo theefld mortgage
nupon sid the mpremi , .ith.r aurehsare , r
incmbraers, or oher.its may y lr,,t1 andu
forellooed o al r a~ . oaims or equity of
redemutios of sate pte , s e pert
thoeefm, ad that at . y bpy execuion
aai~et ldde dh dt, bemed M. Eaverett fon
lie 1dlraft~dret so ý vantt, for
a pecenedr all othe prose" of
the sale s f td premls hper lalteo to
the astisaeotion of the egment herein. and
other and farther reliees nmay seem meet and
equitable to this court, all as appears mree fullj
in the esomplaist ona fle here. .
And you era hereby ntified at i you fal to
appear and answer thead complaint, an above
required, the Suld pmstiff will apply tothe
coort for the eroltf do santd in his complaint.
Given under my hnand tenois.l of the dim
triotconurt of the t .dioi trict of the
slate of Montana. in and foe the county of Lewis
and Clatke. this 2d du ot may, n the
year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred
and ninety-two. - erk
[LBea] JOHN BEN. Clerk
By H. J. CA Dy, Deputy Clerk.
DAVID B. CARPnNnRt. Attorney for Olainttg,
SHERIFF'S BALF.-BY VIRTUE OF AN EXE
cution in my hands, issued out of the dis
trict court et the iiret Judicial district of the
state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke,. in the suit of Brare `ilson segansat
David Kirby, duly attested the 21st day of April,
A.D., 102. I have levied upon all the rjbght
title and interest of the said javt'i Kirby in anti
to the following decribed property, situated in
Lewis and Clarke county, Montana. viz.:
An undivided half (1) interest in the Monte
Chrneto mining claim, located in Ten Mile, nun
organized. mininl district, Lewis and Clarke
county. Montana, hanbout one-palf mile sonlh of
the - of Clarkeon and west from uoby creek.
This location is 1,500 feet long by 600 feet wide.
and its boundaries are diatinctly marked upon
tile ground by stake or poats as follows: Eegin
ning at discovery lnd running 1,000 feet asterly
to e pot marked 1 east-end center:" thence 300
feet south to a peat marked "2 southeast cor
ner;" thences 1.115 feet westerly to a poet marked
"6 southwest corner:" thence 900 feeact north to a
post marked "i northwest corner:" thence 1,500
reet ,ast to a nest marked "5 northeast corner:"
thence to fest south to a cmt arked "1 east
end, center." A notice of location of said claim
it. recorded in book 2 of lodes, page 1t2 of
the records of Lewis and Clarke county, Mon
tana.
Noticeis herebygiventhaton Tuesday. the 24th
day of tay, A. D. 189lO. at the hour of 12
o'clock m. of said day, at the front door of the
court house, in the city of Helena,
county and stato aforesaid, I will sell all
the right, title and interest of the said David
Kirby in and to tre eaid above described prop.
arty, to the highest bidder for cash in band.
Giiven under my hand this, the ind day of
May, A. D. 1092.
CHARLES M. JEIFIERIS, Sheriff.
F. EH. o.s. Under Sheriff.
HERIFTSB BALE - C- RI. MoCOBMICK
Splaintiff, vs. George B. Diehl., William A.
Boutells, A. B. Snell. H. Luahmaun, Arthu.
O'Brien and Frak Obermann. defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure nd sale issued out of the
district court of the First Jadicial district of tile
estats of Moatana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke. on thl 6th day of May, A. D.
1892, in the above entitled action. wherein
Chris. MoCarmisk. the above named plaintiff,
obtuined a judgment and decree of foireclosure
and sle against George B. .iehl, defendant, on
F the 4th day of May. A. D. 1082. for the sam of
S9.70.o besides interest, costs and atlorney fees,
which said decree was on the 4th day of way.
A. D. 1992. recorded ia judgment book No. O of
1 said court at page -, I am cummand-d
i to sell all these csrtain lots, pieces or parceleof
- land, situate, lying and being in the county of
. Lewis and Clark. state of Montana, and
bounded and described as follows, to-wit.:
S Lots numbered thirty-four (r4), thirty-five (3).
thirty-six (1), and thirt -sevan (37). in block
number four (4). of the Flower Hardee addition
* to the city of Helena, county and state aforesaid.
as the same appears on the plat on file in the of.
d tice of the coaunty recorder of Lewis and Clarke
Scounty. MIontana.
Aogetner with all and singular the tenements,
hereditamensats and appurtenances thereunto be
Slonging or in anywise appertaining.
Publlc notice is hereby given that on Saturday.
Sthe 28thday of May. A. D. 1892. at 12 o clook
h m.o that day at the front door of the courthouse,
h elena, Lewis and Clarke county. Montana, I
will. in obedienct to said order of saleand decree
iof foreclosuare and" sale, ell thse above deoribed
s property, or so much thereof as may be noecesMary
to satisfy said jndgment wilth interest and coots,
tto the hithst eand beet bidder, for cash in hand.
Given under my hand this 6th day of May.
A. D. 1180
S CHAB. M. JEFFERIS, BSheriL.
yBy RA, t O. Joxgeoo, Deputy Sheriff.
10VEY & BIGEEI
0- ~
he CIVIL hAND IINING
ahEIIGInEERS."
ROOM8 24, 28,
gerehante Nettoenl
I' Dank Isaildlng.
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