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LONDON CABLE LETTER.
Salisbury Quite Vigorously Do. nounced for His Recent Pro. tootive Speech. Englishmen Ezeroled Over the Proposed Tranoher of the Inman Line Steamers. Little Interest AUsing Taken to the Discus sloe Over Home Rule-An Unfavor able Object Lesson. [Copyright. 1892. New York Aseoalatei Prese.l LorooN. May 20.-The sensation of the week is Lord Salisbury's protective speech. which provoked the greatest consternation among his own followers and organe. In Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Glae gow and other business centers the premier is severely denounced. The proposed transfer of the Inman line of steamers to American registry continues to be dis cussed. It is hinted that the admiralty will raise a question which will prevent the company's complying with the American law. They argue that if the vessels become the property of an American company the admiralty must have an option of pre emption, for which they have been paying 1 since the ships were built. Meanwhile, 1 English shipping circles are anxious about coming American competition. Little interest is taken in the debate on the Irish local goverment bill. The union ist press is gloating over the Freeman's Journal meeting, which is held up as an instinctive examele of what to expect if 1 the Irish get their own parliament. The i Oladetonians are not pleased at the edify ing exhibition, which. on the eve of disso lotion, is not likely to assist the prospects of home rule. To-day's meeting was quieter, owing chiefly to the withdrawal of ninny share-holders. Accord with Healy 4 is now established, and the Freeman's Journal will henceforth be the official or gan of the Irish parliamentary party. t idi-metallists are absorbed in the discos- a sion of the location of the international t silver conference. Unanimous feeling in C England is that the conference ought to be held in London, The provincial chambers * of commerce are already preparing to I memorial Gettechel. Stress will be laid on y the fact that the Americans undivided are in favor of London. An action in the Scotch courts has again brought the marquis of Aylesbury into un enviable public notice. The proprietor of Savernake Forest hotel sued a Scotchman named Kesubridge for £5,000 owing to his dishonoring a check given the marquis ' in payment of a gambling debt. Kem- 1 bridge does not remember signing the check. A Death Roll of 1,200. Ic LoNoDN, May 20.-Baron no Worms, par- F liamentary secretary of the colonial office, read a telegram in the house of commons 0 this afternoon confirming the terrible dis aster at Mauritine. It is said that one-third of the capital city of Port Louis was de stroyed. Among the buildings wrecked was the Royal college and twenty-four churches. Many sugar mills iq the country were demolished and their valuable ma- t chinery badly damaged. In Port Louis alone r00 persons were killed. In the cons- 1 try districts as far as heard from 300 were t killed. It is believed the complete death roll will be over 1,200. The fatalities were c mostly among the Africans, Hindoos, Chi nese and Malays. I THE METHODIST CONFERENCE. Proceedings of the Assembly at Omaha- a More Officers Elected. 1 OMAHA, May 20.-Bishop Foss presided at the Methodist conference this morning. Dr. Hammond, of California, introduced a resolution declaring that the inquitious S opium habit was making fearful headway o on the Pacific coast, and vigorous steps should be taken to stamp it out, Judge aS Lawrence offered a resolution for the ap pointment of a commission to ascertain what steps could be taken to have the Methodiet church united under one or- to ganization. Dr. C. H. Payne was chosen secretary of the board of education. Mr. F Shaw, of Iowa, introduced a resolution to call a constitutional conference of dele gates to be elected to meet in Chicago in S June, 1803, to be composed of two bishops v and both ministerial end lay delegates from ti each annual conference, to revise and arsend the constitotion of the churcb, and submit the results to annual conferences, for ratification. The conference decided A to elect two secretaries for the church ex tension society. The necessary change in R the church law was made and nominations 'f for the positions followed. - The committee on temperance and pro hibition has prepared a lncutsy report, which will soon come before the confer ence. It reiterates the sentiments of the Esiecopal address of '83, declaring tire liquor trafieo inismictil to tihe interosts nsf sonsest trade, repugnanst to tire oroal senser, injurious to peoce and order, and that the only proper attitude tswrsrde it fsor Chriet ians, is relentless hostility. 'The report for- jfr Char declares that men s-ngagcd irs the man- Io ufacture or sale of intouicatirri liqco' 5 e ought not to receive the gosmrmercirsi pat- g ronage of Christiran's. 'lie licrrneinp plan a for saloons is declared to ha a ireane to foster and sustain the damragirig trsalic. Irsn clossing tise report sos e: "While it is not the province of the churcis tsr suggest or dictate as trr the lolitscal pcoclivstiea of any sssrsr, yet the coseisittes declares thrst I no politierrl psrrty hsrs ri rirghc to expect, neitirecr oght any party receive, the sup port of Cisristiass mess as long as that pact, I stands commriltted to the liceusa policy, or I refuse to put itself on recosd in an attitude of open hostility to the soloon." I 'lbs comsmitinre on lay delegations has preossred a report which will cecomosend I equal lay reprosentrition irs the council ofl1806. _____ THIE GENEICAL A9SSEMBLY. II Little liusincss Transa-ted at else Poriiland Meeting. lPrrs'rrenir, Ore., May 20.-The general assembly of the Presbyterian ohurch re assembled this n'orning. Tb. moderator announced the resibxrslsio of the varions standing committees, 'The repoit of the committee on revision is the second order for Monday afternoon. The offer of John II, Mlddlenmans. and others of Salt Lake. of a site for an endow ment Presbyterian college, trs ie called Weetministar. was accepted. A formal Sc ceptance was drawn up. The afternoon I session was occupied with reports of various I committees. A reeomnisndation was adopted as to the church periodicals, that they he condensed, illustrated and made more at tractive. 'rie queetion of the seal of the assembly. which made such a eric at lie troit, was finally eettled and the seal pro posed adopted. At fomur o'clock the ssn bly adjourned until Monday, rio other work being reedy for consideration. A popular meeting was held to-night on behalf of Sunday school work, southern Presbyterlssn Assembliy. HoT 's'armos, Ark., May 20.-The Presby terian general assembly, comprieling the synosis of all southern states, convened in this city yesterday. After devotional exer cises and preliminary business, the election rsf moderator was declared in order and Dr. King, of Waco, Tex., eleeted on the second ballot, At to-day's session a num ber of reports were read, including that on foreign missions. A conmmunication from the synod in Hew Hebrides, protesting the sending of fiearms and ammusitiep to the nlitives, by the diferent natioali Is powers, was read. It asked the assembly to intercede with the government of the United States to secure uniform action on this point. TiHE CRANKS EXPECTANT. (treat Falls Awaiting Introductlon to Pro ftestonal liase hall. Ganer FAL.LS, May 20.-[Speciai,1--The Great Falls base ball association is making S preparations for a grand opening of the new ball grounds Saturday afternoon when the league season opens hero with a game between the Helena club and the home team. A band of susic has been engaged and the members of the two elubs will be ' drivon about the city before going to the ball grounds. Banners and posters are be lng prepared to thoroughly advertise the game and a large crowd is eupected. The new ball grounds, located between the de 1 pot and the river, within three minutes' ie walk of the center of the city, are being i. rapidly prepared. The grounds are 400 by n 600 feet, enolosed on three sides by a high a fence and on the fourth side by the river. - The diamond has been leveled off and is or now being rolled and scraped. The fence d around the grounds is nearly completed o and the grand stand. which will seat about . 500, will be completed by Saturday noon, 1l with the exception of putting on the roof. a Manager Friend, of the Great Falls team, a is confident of winning thegamee, although e he is aware of the fact that the Helena club t has been strengthened. The three men released from the Helena club are is the city, but it is hardly proba ble that they will secure employment here. BASE BALL. Scores Made In Testerday's Games by the Leagne Clubs, Prrranuno, May 20."-Pittsburgs batted out a victory, knocking Mullane out of the box. Pittsburg 10. hits 9, errors 4; Cinoin a nati 7, bits 9, errors U. Batteries, Wood - cock and Miller; Duryea and Mullane, Vaughan and Murphy. COmcAoO, May 20.-The colts had it easy, knocking Davies out of the box. Wilmot's batting and fielding were features. Chicago I 8, hits 11, errors 2: Cleveland 1, hits 4. errors 4. Batteries, Gumbert and SBohriver; Davies I and Reittger, O'Connor. PHILADELPHIA, May 20.-Baltimore was shut out by the superior all round play of the opponents. Philadelphia 5, hits 11, errors 1; Baltimore 0, hits 5, errors 5. Bat teries, Weyhing and Cross, Healy and Gleason. BnooKxLr. May 20.-Bunching hits en abled Brooklyn to win. Brooklyn 8, hits 11, errors 4; New York 6, hits 7, errors 1. Batteries, Foutz and Daily, Rusie and Boyle. Oravesend Races. GRAVESEND, N. Y., May 20.-Five furlong. -Merriment won. Little Kid second, Sir Richard third. Time, 1:13. Mile and one-sixteenth-Marplot won, West Chester second, Temple third. Time, 1:52. Mile and one-quarter - Banquet won. George W. second, Tammany third. Time, 1:59. Maturity handicap, mile and one fur long-Pioknicker won. Willie L. second, Fairview third. Time, 1:58k. Six furlongs-Walcott won, Onward sec ond, Kingbridge third. Time, 1:16. Mile - Barefoot won, Algoma second, i Blizzard third. Time, 1:473. St. Lotus Races. ST. Louis, May 20.-Six furlongs-Joe Edwards won, Billy Smith second, Nellie F. third. Time, 1:21%. Two yeats old, four and one-half for longs-Quiver won. Century second, Mon. tana Belle third. Time, :59. Six furlongs-Baron won. Doubtful sec ond, John Francis.third. Time, 1:19k. Mile-Highland won, May Hardy second, Brazos third, 1lme, 1:47. Seven and one-half furlongs-Carter B. won, Happy Day second, Eolum third. Time, 1:40' . Handicap, six fnrlongs-L. J. Knight won, Servitor second, Wightman third. Time, 1:18ýs. iouaisvllte Races. LouTSvILLE, May 20.-Track deep in mud. Seven furlongs -Torrent won, Orville sec ond, Bagpipe third. Time, 1:34. Five furlongs-Too Quick won, Vevie second, Earl Palmer third. Time, 1:07. Mile-Wadsworth won, Kiudora second. Time, 1:47. Seven furlongas-Engene won. Moss Terry second, Speth third. 'Time, 1:38. Mile-Major Tom won, Anna second, Fakir third. Time, 1:48j,. Three boats with eight men, of the ship St. Charles, arrived in San Francisco. The ves-el was abandoned in a sinking condi tion March 17. large ine or now glassware nst reevivod at The i0,.' live at pinces that defy cumnpetition. Alt new patterns. lIrmingwcay's embroijery silk-. Japan floss, Romrn iio'i and rope silk only 450 per dozen at The ARc hive. 'I'll l~ KI't's. v'ltli'(iU. I' New V'-ai. May 20. -liar silver. 87 76. l'oprer-Qiiiet: lake. Sit1.9-i2 Op. Lead--Dunll domestic. b4.?2Yf4 27¼. 'I he etocrk omarket to-day ceoltinued ro straws fair voiliumn of buclinos hat the greali'r portian of thr t adin:g wva' tim direct revolt ufhearish ip cratien. Ii toe aft '(neon a drive wae iiide on grane' r'., the flind lb.ing brought as an excuse, unit rh ('lone asS wea'c. at near the lowest price. of rhe 'lay. iav,'ramento- Dull: hrrm. l'etruleurm -Juno clvond 1i'-. Ulosinia ('losing U. P. larog...117,,i hew Yorktientrsl.iItaj [U: 8 48 coupo. 117 tregna fmp.....23 An morhaoa lip..lh ull~ran Palace.. li Iianadl. Par..(hIL Ituk Island.7 Canada tooth.'dih St. i a.l. 71 I iurlingron.. 10ti St. Paul & Omaha 4o 1). t i. 409, Jeva' Pacific .. S 1 t lr Uno anto t1i MoCntr o all. eait oCe arofferess.t 1. rime itaries &Tven..rh, U. n3. Luie...4o(1ed Lki. thiirso.iMay Weiartl Unieont.hl2500 l.'vilh to Nachad it4i'h bAmueeri. toiitp Oil 11, MiiacCntrln11 eade commt~o y, 30 4 prie heay(an butchr'sfwiihs Nclhweat < iv" e.ni. W. lets ans 4 ,no rallMany; ,-lonscdWheratil'.trimg as lteliirliceage tedy r~t~tyila.s'j d , rnmaard~l 84.t7vs lti.~ . MaNy 2 O -CtL-ltOAN es. 11 arriigEYi shd, liAeler:lboatT ser. lop O prce ra~tol e 0"prm ofn sale cammren, 510 Si ctim.: rpiie heav and huio' weights, f. " 1&U4T1OI4@ 1YA(NTEME5.-'1*4$.U. AFrrtismenta ceder V obwa bi4tbs btime an offie. Wil tete lamI i n t toot uof ability. A utrso .dies ,V,.t ,, this uae t.TTtATJONnW AZTED-AS HOUS ivPhR references Mrs. U. 1. K., room 194 Cosusopoli 1 tan hotl,. _____________ SITUATION WANTED-BY OUNG¶OMAA4 toio ceokinlg or ýgeneralnoukeewoR., aa dlrresa. 4. 12 N'orth alvis street. 5t UATION WANTED COMPETENT SEC oud girl and waitress wishes situation In first-cla a private family. Blelvidere house, crioo It'. _____ SITUATION WANTED-TWO COMPETENT othe ir w oham berwork, together I tress the Ilelvidore house. room 19. SITUATtUNei IlANTED)-MALE. Advertheuionts usUer this head three times SITUATION WANTED-AN ENBI4GTIC t- man would like a situation in a store or as private secretary; thoroughly understands com urtereilt business; gord reference. Adidress it. L. 14.. Independent ofitce. ,ITUATION WANTED-BY AN INTELI1 gIrnt youn man. in family to do general wok a speaks both Iregliab and Gsrnian. MALP WANTED) FEMALE. W E-T0 LADY WAITERS AND ONE launTdry gil. nquire this afternoon of Fred Naegete. lt North Warren. WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work; mutt be a good cook. Call at 401 Broadway. WANTED-A COMPETENT NURSE FOR child throe years old, to assist with cham her work-must understand eawing. Good ref erence required. Call at Mrs. A. J. Seligman, 80i Madison avenue, between 10 and 2. WANTED.-A GIb TO DO GENERAL housework. Apply at once. None but first-class need answer. No. 209 Seventh avenue. WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work; wages $25 per month. Call at 721 Spruce street.___ _______ `ANTED -e APPRENTICE GIRL FOR dressmaking. Scandinavian Employment office, 20(1 Breckenridge street. W A URSE GIRL BETWEEN 11 1 and 17 yearsol. Apply 19i South Rodney.e HELP WANTED-MALE. f WANTED-CHANDLER WANTS THREE ''ranchmnis. same place. $20 each. 24 Ed ward street. ANTflume; 2.50 per shift. N. P. Employment office, 1109, Ielena avenue. W.j ANTED-YOUNG MAN WITH $200 TO Stake half Interest in profitable offs boa- b ines. Can make from $26 to $35 per week. Ex perience not necessary, Address C., postoffice ion 221. Butte city, Montana. d ANE- MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS b nAT raid t workfor the real estate and insurance business. Address box 12.10, Helena. I 'VWANTED-A FIRST-tl.AS COOK FOBR 5'meat and pastry. Scandinavien Employ- I ment office. WA!ANTED-BARBER; FIRiST-CLASS MAN; W steady job. Apply T. . Nowak. Philips burg. Mont. WANTED-EXCELLENT CHANCE FOR Aoe gentleman of intelligence and activity td represent largest cr oration in every city and town in Montana. Adfdress Tides. P. 0. liox 254, Helena. WIAANTED-THREE YOtNG Me5S TO RUN vsas news sgents on Northern Facinio rail road. Apply to Northern News Co., Northern Pacific depet. Must have security. GENTS WANTED-MALE AND FEMALE. old and win, $15 to 525 p r da easily made selling our Queen plating outfite. any doing gold, o silver, nickel, ceoper and brass plating, thst is warranted to wear tor years, on every class of metal, tableware, jewelry, etc. Light andi eoastly1 handled. no exp ese required to operate them. an bs carried by hand with ease from houe to e to house, seme us grip seek or snehel. Agents are g making mousy rapidly. 'I hsy cell to a moest b ever, busiuses hourn and family and workshop. P thse, durable, simple sad within tie ryech of every one. Plates almost instantly, equal to tie I finest new work. Send for irieulars. etc. Queen Cr citty Silver ard Nickel Plating Co.. East St. Louis, ili. _________________ FOOt RENT-FUJRNISHIED ROOMS. j 'LOR RIENT-NICELY FURCNISHED) FRIONTr room, with or withut boardd. Co lady only. 115 Blakerstcreet. Cit L010 liENT-COMOITALY FURNSEHEDROO 1 rooms at reasonal rates, Harvery block. I iGrand otree. Next door hotel ele srna t BCOARH AND T tOURi )OFVRltTEI?. BAOD- AND ROOM-YOUNG LADY CAN Bseursheoard and room, with every modern eoaesnience, at very reasonable rates; locality rr desirable anl convenient. t'all at roum 17. 0 Merchants Bank buildinrg. d DLOOM AND ItOAPRt Al 3011 BENTON ATE-_ itlnee; pleasant furnished room. first-class tala board. F[ Wrre RE'NT -BOOMS ANI) BOARD, 1818 ft 1' Warren netreet, corner Sixth ave. ci FOR RENT--iOTO11 IN OIEVArI FAMLYN witr or wuireut bearn at 105 Ewing street. fe F OtL RENT--- IrISCEC,. A N ROUS. 1 OR RENT-UWO UNFUINisNhIED 1OOMS IN I fore hn ouktepi n;one n firrlalrent, bath suit m odern i mconreviei'e. 517 ileeronridge street, l'OR HirNT -OlRl tOMDiWL;TIII 1 AND 1 well lighted reoner next to Parchen's drug th store. l ionre nicelys h cenreed; suitab.e for lawyer's or doetore office. Apply to I I lsraei. rANTI Dwi TE2NANT FUl 'olulliien tioN- bI furnrihed rooms at 204 Breetnridge -: It rest. dweli__ n o -.e I 1101; IIE:NT-STI~tl2 ON toAD, OTIItEET, b roo large and dSeicabr chstreeut. 1 . Mt.eCon. 21 told block _____,fvd___eo_ one 1201 IiFNT-VrltY E OR 1 OF ~ltit1D RISI 'ORl RENT-UN FURNISHAED IioUdSE IN e clm ra rot aeuse. Bisi & Cerironth. Stol C 1el oroer tror rovmet inn i Deoa~riw ifi OM M'tI RAND)M NTA.I~t~105 i~,IN- , corne le en r twefhsers ah tc. 21 enrorire dosu enIrtthi (1arcde wISIl seveni weln,23isitrirr ,lierilon A15 gi frirriourcitarr. i' 7 Iieoir rstaree. *1):c FRANCO.AMERIGAN FOOD GO.'S FRENCH SOUPS,=== SPEIAAL SPRING PRICES. CHICKEN, Fl XCEEGNNTGA ; full Quart Cans 40 Cents. PUREE OF GAME, MOOK TURTLE, OX TAIL, CONSOMME, FENCTHOBUILLON, Full Quart Cans 35 Cents JULIENNE, PRINTANIER, ETC., 20 KINDS. BACH, CORY & CO., Fine Grocers and Liquor Dealers, Helena, Montana. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FO t SALE-$735 WILL BUY TWO LOTH ON Hollins avenue, on Broadwater Electric line, between Grant and Lincoln streets. Mathe son & Co. l'OR SALE-CORINEtt LOT 50xl25, ON COI; nor of Penton and Peosta, for $850; north front. MathesonG& Co.D _ 10tSL -OOD LEVEL BUILDING Alot, 25140, for $150; payble $25 down, balance in six months. Matheson & Co. FOR SALE-AT $1,050, CHO1ICE OF THREE hvnuones: No 1 tour-romo de11ing on highdth avenue, three doors from electric line; No. 8 Five room dwelling on Peota avenune. one block from electric line large bars; No. 3 Very attractive five room dwelling, No. 17 Divi eion street, cone-half a block from lodney street, large closete, lot 5xi100 with alley. Terms. $200 down, $25 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block. FUOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT LEVEL LOT, 50x140 with 20 foot alley in rear, for $400. en eaey terms. A pourchaser who builds on the lot may bave three years time to pay for it. Matahbeon A Co.. Denver block. FOK .ALE-$2,00; TWO-STORY ROESIDENCE of seven rooms; water on both floors sttable and onthuildinge; Ninth avenne, between 3leattie and naleigh; this is a bargain. Stteel & Clem eots. 7 OR SALE-E800, FORl AN EXCELLENT corner, 101125, im Broadwater addition one lock from electrie line. Matheson & Co., ben ver block. FOR SALE-SOME GOOD RE1;IDKNCE into on Alta street, 40100, at $500; payable $250 down, balance in a year. Maiheson A Co., Denver . SALE-CHRIS. KENCK ADDITION; some choice lots on Highland street at $800; one-third down, balancoe six and twelve months. Mlatheson do Co., beaver block._______ FOR SALE-8.,500 NEW MODERN DWELL inc, hall, five rooms, with bathroom fully equniptied, hot and cold water, sewer connection, gee, plumbing, corner lot on thaucer street, four blocks from court hone: only $500 down, $25 per month. Miatheson A Co., Denver block. F'OR SALE-$375 FOR A GOOD LOT IN Broadwater addition, one block from elec tric line. Matheson & Co. FOR SALE-8,000 FEET IN BOYCE ADDI tion at $2 per foot. Matheson & Co. FOR SALE-GOOD LOT ON ALTA STREET for $400. Matheson & Co. FOR1 SALE-$250 WILL BUY A FINE LEVEL lot in Flower Garden addition, near Mon tana avenue, 011140; best bargain in the addition; v100 down, 810 per month. Matheson & Co., conver block. FOR SALE-FINE HAY JIAleUt OF 640 acres only 81 per acre. Matheson & Co., Denver block, __ FOR SALE--HAY ANCH AT HELMSVILLE -all fenced, stables and cabin; controls best range in Nevada valley: splendid water and lots of it; can be irrigated with one gate; said to pro duce four cone of timothy to tie scre;, price, 2, 800; 51,500 down, balance on time. Stlatoeoen ~Co., Denver block. F 010 SALE-lINE EIGHIT-ROOM BRICK residence on west side. only two blocks from Main street; fronts on two streets; very cheap. Steele & Clements. 11Ot SALE-FINE IIGHlT-ROOM BRICK hoone on Spencer stroet, near Rodney, only few minutes fraom poototlice, at groat bargain. Steele A Cloments. 42x88. 9-room brick, cellar, water. etc.. on ial eogO street' $5e,50, 50x100 feet. 8-room frams bonse, en 1laaer boulevard; $4,5110, 45x100 feet, 9-room frame house on Broadway. I S. French ACo. i UK S \L "ELHGANT RESIIDENC i ON wrst side at a bargain; ten rooms, furnace, bath room ;nd all iodern littluge; good barn and outliuildings. Win. Muth, at. FOR lALiL- I1v0 EIX- iOUM HOUSES ON west cede; racy terin; near new acheo betilding, foundry and electric liose. Win. Bluth, act.___ ____________ 1O1 SALE-FIFTY FEET ON HELENA avenue near foot of Romney at three-fourths actual value. Steele & Clements. Olt SALE-A FINE CORNIER ON NORTH FMain street 100l2I5 feet, fronts on three streets, will be sold at a great sacrifice. Steele A Cleimentel__s,_ _ I 011 MALE--A LARGtE NEW HOUSE ON 1 prominent avenue; has all modern improve. inut and in to good condition; price very low sonl terms to soil; a snap. W. E. Cox, Gold block. L ORl SALl--t HAVE SEVEIAL, NICE RES J idenwes on the west side for sale at differ ent prices and forue, Parties weehingt to boy a home wviii do well to call and see what I. can of for.Win. Moth. agt._________ 1 Olt~ MALE-REINTAL PROP~lERtTY IN OIKiG-. Sinal townsoite; will sell on easy terms, at a great tacrir on, improved property on Ilutit etreet cndoil eiin'e street. Sieee A, Cleme~nts. FO1 SALE-$1,000; $850 CASH, BALANCE on long time, buys a new three-room houne; lot 50x165. Address box 717, city. J'O SALE-ONE OF TItE FINEST ranrhee iu Montana, 2,080 acres, every acre pan be irrigated end lhave abundance of watser, fine range on every side, good market for every thing produced, good improvemnents; will be soil sta great bargain. W E. Cox. (olad bloctk. ijOlt MALI.--- Lt'tdANtI A(tlIEAE AT KAL. I ispoll, the new railroad town in the Flat T'OR MALE-NEW MIX- .0050 HOUSE IN F Broadwater addition. only one block from electric motor; smail payment down, balance installments. Steele & Clementa. 1'Olt SALE--WAIIEtIOUSE LOTS IN EL. ' liton, on N. I'. right of way $100. Maths. eon & Co. b'OR HALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN I Hauser addition at very low prices. Wm. Math, egt. 'Olt SALE -LOW-A CHOICE BUILDING lot facing on Broadwater hotel grounds (eaetfront) Wm. Muth, ant F0OR SALE--$1,800. Ilills FIST 4.140M Sf rams house, Broadlwater motor line; 0.500. 60x1110 feet. 11-room frame bouse. 50 feat double frontege on Benton and Park avenue. business property; 85,000, 8l4x11 feel, 8-room frame houen on Lawrence streal;$ 1010 100i10 fest 9-room brick boune on Elevsnti avenue. £ S1. F~rncnh. O~l SALE-$5,000 40x110 FEET, 8.110050 F brick, baath, cellar, ste., gas fixtures, doable frontage on two streets. If. Sn French k Co. F Oiln SALE -1800. 511ll3, 4-1(0e0M FRlAMEn FORl BALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR dALl-+85,000, 50x140 FEET. C-BOOM $6.500.75ix150 feat~. B-o stonee house on ai avenues $c, 400113 test. 6-room fram. hos. coneonChanoar streets $0.500, 40x110 feet., 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E. S. French & Co. FUR SALE-LOTS ON FIFTH AVENUE AT $5 800 each. one-third down, balanoe in six and twelve months. Matheson it Co. FOR. SALI-$2.8L 50xi40 FEET, i-ROOM frame house on flshth avenue; 5 600, 50x140 feet, ti-room brick house on Eighth avenne; ot40fast, -room framehons on Broad wa;e 00 510 feet, tiroom brisk honse, cornerllroadwssy. F. H. French A Co. SUR ALb-CORlNERd LOTY 1lOxlitI, on heat residence street in the city; foil view of seast side andi velle . Address box 971. sity postoffies. EUli SALE-AT A BARGAIN-50 FEET ON 52 Broadway near Hoback1 easp terms. Ad dress postoffice box 25. Helene. FOlt SALE-FOR $W00 GOOD BUILDING lot 50x150 on South end of Bodney street; address box 777, city postolise, FOR SALE-MINCELLANEOUeL OR SALE-FINE SADDLE AND DRIVING F horse. Fraser road cart, harness and side saddle chesp. All in excellent condition. 421 Hemlock street. OR SALE-A HIGH GRADE PIANO BOX, leather top buggy and hand-sewed single harness, as good as new. Address P., this office. OR SALE-RESTAURANT AND LUNCH F counter. Call at 152 North Main street Hele na, Mont. FOR SALE-A NEW $400 CABINET GRAND Fischer piano for $250 cash, or $150 cash and twelve mo thly payments of $10 each. Ap ply at 80lt0 Breadv ay. Ol HALE-DltUG STORE IN GREAT Fall. B location. Will bear investiga tion, L. B., 651,. Great Falls, Mont. FOR SALE-$4,000-A WELL ESTABLISH ed business that I will gnarantee will pay from $2.500 to $9,000 per year. Inquire at this ofice. FOR t ALE-CHEAP, NO. 5 REMINGTON type writer, nearly new. Call at this office. FOR SALE -E FLAT, COURTOI'S CORNET. with fine leather case: as good as new; will sell cheap. Call at 311 Jackson street. FOR SALE-UPIIIIHT CIIYSTAL PIANO. 1' 842 Fifth avonue. FOR SALE-BOTTLING WORKS COMPLETE -5including boiler, engine and all necessary machinery; soda outfit with 250 dozen patent stoppers, syphons, etc., etc.: ice housies and cellars with groiund lfOxlxIIfet.L Will sell cheap. Addresse tock box 6t. Castle, Mont. FO1 SALE-BED ROOM SUIT, HEATING stove and kitchen furniture cheap. 620 Hillsdale avenue. Oftl SALE-UPRIGHT PIANO AT A BAR bargain. 115 Blake street. T0OR SALE-TWO STOVES, COOKING AND b heating, both for wood, cheap. Inquire 901 Harrison avenue. FiJO MALil-tiULL TEIRilEII PUt'S. ShIED 1 by that celebrated Little Tioh, dam Miss Kato. No better fighting blo .d can he obtained. From dead-game stock, good mouthe and bodies. Ad dress, Ed. Patterson, leinmarek. N. D. OUllt SALE-ESTAHL.;SHED MEIICANTILE business with a large trade: will trade for improved real estate in Helena. btcole & Clm LO1 SALE-Hlit EP RANCH IN MEAGIHEt F county. f 5,801 acres. Of this 4(000 are un der fence; can tuske 60 tons of hay; ample water rights, range for iti.() sheep, four good sheds, corrals. cabins, machinery of adl kinds, and ev erything ru-eev-cry for a v'cll eqnidoed sheep ranch. P'rice, $i1 10 tier terrs, payable $2 tper acre down, and balance on five years time. Matheson & Cu.. Denver block. lIUSINESi CIANCE-A HOTEL DOING AN excellent busineem. central location, first class furniture, nearly new; dining and kitchen equipments for 100 guests; only $2,000 sash, bal ance on tint. Owner has larger intereets and must dispose of this. Address Herbert I. Reed, Bailey block. M ISCELLANEOUS. WANTiD-tN EAST SIDE. CONVENlENT to court house, two communicating fur nished ruoss in houne with modern improve ments. hint not over $25 per month. Address X. U. box 457. XVAN'lTll-WI OHiN TEN MINUTES WALK of Main street and Broedway. fonr or five furnilshed rooms for houtekeeping. X. If.. this ohlice. ANTED--A FIVE-ROOM FUiiNISHED hrettse in t aet nei hurhooi; can give good reference. Aid ress Bi.. lock box 822. WANTED -Tut TRADE HOUSES F0:0 HIEL Xeon p~roperty. Addrecss B. IL, thit office. IN. ANl ti1) -ticu 'T'ADE 80 ACRES NEAII G treat Falls fur Helena property. Steele .1 Clements. WANTED-A BUYER FOR A 'IECIiE OF loside property; just the thing fora rowof fiats; close to Main et reet. Win. Molth. IANTED-A UYUEx ti)1i A h'LATrED Stract of the best residence property on went sidte; price way.down; lill cash. balanesia I nn year. Win. Multi, agent. _____ IV! ANTEt) -T0 BUIlL~T A SIX-RtOOM HOUSE with furnace and bath room complete for $2,000. Call and see tics, we knolw thej will suit. Wallace &Thornburgh. Denver buildiug. I 011 TRADE--UNIMPIIOVED PIIOPERTY to trade for equity in improved. Steele & Clements. __V___ FO01L TRAiDE-IMPRIOVED p~l'l-lt;TY TO trade for unimproved. Steels A Clenicute. T1W ANTED-TtIE OWNER OF A LA.soE Vh oedy of low gtratis, free mutling gold oir.. wants a capitalist wh wil build a ull oti the roterty or a half interest. Apply to Wnm. !both. set. 4.CANDINAVIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, H20 Breckenridge street, ater Warnrn. WANTiD--AW MILI. AND LOCATION HY Smillman where there is good msdarket, or accessable body of timbter. Glee toll partics laro. EI. M. lie. Salt Lake City, Utah. I 11!T.11TEN'T UUA iAD 'i 9tOON INVI-qi VV. oniuenas ontiti. faritesd 5lo sits iloisht colver at the late firm of tiresnhooN , Bohm 4t Ca.. and toa lone authorised to receive and re eitore moneys due the eaid firm. Wet. MUErs, Regeiver. PROPOBALS FOR LUMBER-NOTICE I hereby given that the undertsgned rwil, unto 12 o'clock. neon, ofTreda.te4h day of Hay A. ft. 1nWuremeide Paeed hids for the furn8shing of lumber to the city of Helena. Montana, for the peod of time terminating June 1. 189l; sadl ummrer to be delivered when needed at, the plates to be designated in the city of Helena. oaid bide should be twaied thred cit lropesals for lumber," cnd lft at hi. off ce in the city halltbetween now and noon of the day aforeesad. No bide received after 12 o'clock. Citreserve, right to reject auy and all bide. 'Iia enticete given pureuant to order of the econacil duly made ScA 1a11 i IY H. MoINTiIIE, Dated May 16. 1892., c y City Clerk. A LIAS~ SiUMMOINSI-IN THE DIbI'lltCt court of fie Firit Jdicrial district of the atate of Mtetiana in and 'tfor the county of Lewis and Clarke. bhulium W. Lowe. palace intiff. vs, Thiomsee . tion otte Franklin It. Wallaceo and Arbertt M. Thorynburgi, co-partoer. doing buatness under the firm namie and style of Wellac&T lhornburghe Charine Lehmtan t 'aroline Lehman, his wife o. oi Franklin R. Wallace, ble Andtnte. The elate of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendlant'. You are teorety renqtired to appear in an action brought againot yu nb the above named plaintiff in the district court if the f cairst judial disirioc of the otate of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis an: Clarke, and lto ansiwer the complaint ilad therein, within too days taevluelve of thi day of service) after tin earvice on ydu of this ommune, if saerved within this peity at or. if aerved out of thin county, but within thiem itterict within twenty dayo; otherwise within forty dlta. or judgment b defatult wii be taken elailatusyou according to t~e prayer of said complaint. the said acriio to bro i'lit to piresure judg. ment for $1itt0' iprincipal and interest at the rate of 12 per cent par annum, from July 19, 1891. maney dnB on a certain promiseory note. male JulD 11, IBti. by Thma M. A vernett, in favor itf M. Bolles doto., and assigned to this plaintitf. and secured by a certain mortgage between the Tame partiwes. of evn data therewith. covering all that property, situated in the tietjen adtttioi to the city of Helena, county of Lewis and tiaras, state of Montana, deseribed as fotllow. la-wit: Beginntol g at the eonthwoitt corner of block "A." in the said addition, at the inter (ec tiun of the eeast side of Hoback street with the north aide of Sith avenue ant running thence north along the east aide of acid llohaelt etreet furly-tire feet. toapoint, thence esetone houdrinI feat to a point in tha ine between lout nuimbered two end three, in said block "A." tinete ,oit It along the lione between said lots numobered twoo and three, forty-live feet. to a point in the nor It aide of Sixth avenue, thence west along the north aide of eaid Stixtht avenue one hunndtrd fcot to the place of beginning. And to ebtain the usual decree for the sale of tie sae~id prenmises by this sheriff of acid county ecodine tu low, endi thrs proceeds apu to the paym nent of the amount due to the plaintiff. and the cost aend counsel fees allowed by the court, and that the eaid dt '. fendante a nd all persons claiming under thom etabsequent to tie execution of the maid mortgage upon acid the premises. oithersan purcisore, incombrancers, or otherwise, may brlbatr~r l anti foreclosed at ail rights and claims, or equnity of redemption ofcaitd premisesc, antd every liart thereof, and that plaintiff may have execution against said defendant. 'Thomas M.. Everett tot9 any deficiency after applying all the proceed aof the sate of said promises property applicable to the eatietactlen of lbe judgment hirein, end other and furthsr relisf as may meats meat aini equiitable to this court. all as apptears more fuliy in the cimptaitat en file herenD. Anid you are hereby notifiaed that if yen fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff wilt apply t his court itor the relief drnemanded ini his complaint. Given under my hand and ltau seat of the die' trictcnurt of this Fleet judicial district of the a ate of Montana in and for the county of Lewis and (Tarsit, thie 7d day of May, in the yaear of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. (Steal] JtIHN BIEAN, Clerk. Bty H. J. CAc~er.Y Duttttiy t'lertt. DAVID 1B. CAni.Ktl'rn. Attorney for plaintiff. SHERIIFF'S SAtLE-HENRIY 11. C. KLEIN. schmidt. plaintiff. vs. Andrew N. Patton, The tNorthwestern Land &i Inveetnicut company and tG. W. F.L Itrifitth, trustee. defendants. Under and by virtue of an order ot sale canrt decree of foreclosure anti sate ieened out of the district court of itse Firat judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on the 1tch day of April. A. D. 1882, in the above entitled act on, wherein Henry If'. (') Kle;nachmlilt, the aboet' namedi lanif band ia judgment and decree of uoreciooure and alte against Anudrew Ns. ltatin. one of the above snimed defendante. on the 11th day otApril, A. 1:. 1692, for the sum of 5i'ttlll7'J. besides interest. cost-v and attorney foeet. which sueit dterere was on the 11th day of April. A. D. 1692, rotcordedl in Juidgmeiit book No. O. of saidt court at pope 47P. 1 sm commrandedt to sell ill those oeraue lets. pieres or parcels of land. situate, lying and beter in itse county of Lewis aod tilciks, satae at Montana. sod bounded and described as follows, ta-wilt All those certain lots, ppioces. or parcels of land. slituate. lrinu anti being in Roteedale addi tion to the city of Htelena. county it' Lewis aid(eksaeo otnadpriuel o ecribid as toillows. to,-wit: I iooac. eioteeun (tttt sevrenteen (17). eighteen 1181. nineteen (it), twenty (2t). twenty-one ('li), twenty-tee ti2t. twenty-three (28), twenty-four ('241, twenty-five 12511 twenty-six lift, anti twenty-seven (27), of ttosadale addition to the city of Helena. to. gathtv withi testri sit 10)1mol og tfy fort y-ioe f421 feet wide, comopleting lbs south frontage of block nineteen 10t), i'eluding hiatt of the ground necessary fr Clay street., aureorallug to the pint oif raid adidi-. tion on file lo ttie attire at the comiity record.. of the said coanty of leils cil Pa 'larke. Together with alt and otogu~lar the tenements herertttamente, and appurtotnariecs ihereunto be. loughig or in auy wise apportaintitet. t'ublic notico to hereby given that. on S'aturday. the 281th day of 'May. A. D. 100'2. at 12 o'clock in. oif that day at the front door oftthecoiurtlieuse Iutiena. lerwis and f'larkea'county, Montinana. wilt, in ute.dleni'e to ePit( orde l,'rt " 'i' ant decree ot feareotoenre anid rate. eell ith' rtervodeeerih,'ii t rti o-t', or ro i-i mo t, ereot a my hter orti'r'*'eiry t.. eclis'f raid juurhtiru'nt. wiht interhel' uand 'oat"t, to thts tigatoot intl tist bidder fur cars in land. Ititro under my hand this ;td day of Miar, A. CHIAS. Md. Jt'l'Fl~tlthtrl. Shertif. B~Y Flirt) Fi Hose. CUtler Siheritf. HOVEY & BICKEL CIVIL AND MINING ENGNERS.