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the piropoed r cola a denonce the arepublias .crime . imy cilver was demonetlaedt as $ aMrnt act of injusoles that r0 beent perpetrated against ibcougl and produonin olassge o notry. Neer in the history of any eoe there been a more daitardil e sltity and hAppiness of the ple, and not until the prent .tio ral abldoan laws are re .d~ silver restored to ite prop sL* a measure of value will the p f Wall street be loosened from ; gft t of toil. The demorasey of Sdemnd the free and unlimited rE silver and applaud the demo party of the nation for its heroic eill ta the avariee and preju of the est, a battle, the enwour nOele te of which werete the passage free olpage bill in the democratic I 1878, the solid vote of tuldemno 0 arty for silver in the oosgrees of ae d the demooratlo majorityof efifty fr the free oolnage bill ma tld present S 0looking for a leader in thleaue of 0 o0 e who 1x brave and loyal, fearless a We torn with confidence and ., to that able champion, tireless and unswerving democrat, itehard 74 Stn. Under the leadership of Rich i Pa . Blandr the silver cause has made the Sinoouraging strides, and we call upon Sto.ers of Montana, regardless of past killitilons, to follow the lead of this thapCohable advocate, who says that n free coinage it finally granted it must 7a will come as an act of the democratic the demootate of Montana hereby in- 1 ~ 0tt their delegates to the national con r etlon to useevery honorable means to Sthe insertion of a free coinage plank a he national democratic platform, and( Tnominatio of candidates for the pres a0 and vice presidency of the United o ' who are friends of silver, and who, teced, will bow to the will of the de h of the nation, as expressed by a telr representativess in congress, regard lessof personal views. We Weonmend the action of the demo r'tic majority in congress in passing a stringent Chinese exclusion bill, thereby t setking to protect the interests of American t labor. We are unalterably opposed to the system of importing foreign laborers under eqtraot by corporations, trusts and com-j blya. and to any oode of laws which per-. t tits the same, and we endorse the action of the democratic party in enacting laws to prevent the introduction of such labor into 11thi country. We denounce the fraudulent, worthless and partisan censues taken under the present administration, as being conducted for politital purposes, instead of for the gen eral welfare of the country. we oondemn the attempt of the last con 'to enact into law the infamous force ~ ill, by which the election machinery of every state in the union would be placed in the hands of agents of the republican party, l-apd we warn the people of Montana that if the next congress and president be repub lican an election law will be enacted which will destroy their citizenship and make elections a farce. r We ask for the settlement of the mineral 4 andrdquestion in this state upon lines just to ' all, and we heartily indorse the efforts of the Eon. W. W. Dixon and the Hon. Martin d )Maginnis to accomplish this end. We con- c Sgratulate the Hon. W. W. Dixon upon his c honest, able and consistent labors in behalf of all measures beneficial to this state, and with pride compare his efforts with the half hearted and evasive support given those d measures by the state's alleged representa tlves in the United States senate. We Indorse with pleasure the able, fear less and conscientious administration of Gov. J. K. Toole. We submit this platform of democratic I principles to the consideration of the candid and patriotic people of Montana, confident that triumphant democracy will march to a well earned and glorious victory in Novem ber next. As democrats and citizens of Montana we deplore the decease of one who devoted his life to the upbuilding of his state and maintaining the jost and equitable princi ples of democracy: who by his broad and c comprehensive character, open, free and manly conduct and warm hearted friend- a ship. endeared himself perpetually to the hearts of all Montanianes. It is therefore resolved by this convention that in the death of the late Col. Charles A. Broad water the democracy and the state has sues tained an irreparable loss. MsJ. IMaglanls Natlonal Committeemaon. The name of the late Col. Broadwater f was mentioned several times during the I convention and received many tributes of praise from the democrats, who knew his worth. Maj. Martn Maginnis was elected to fill Col. Broadwater's place on the na tional committee, and after this action the convention adjourned without date. The majority of the delegate spent the evening in Bozerman in a social way. A programme of entertainment was furnished by the hands of mousic and the citizens of I liozeman, who, seeminuly, could not doi enough to add to the pleasure of their guests. In a brief way the convention was harmonious from first to last. The men chosen to represent the Montana democ racy at Chicago are citizens whose reputa tions extend beyond the estate, and the enthusiasm was as great as was ever seen in a political gathering in Montana. Au Inlteresting Plaint. T'owns that happen to have been built near waterfalls are beginning to realize their Rood fortune in possessing such a valuable sorese of convenience and wealth. It is well known that in Switzerlsnd several large hotels, with the villages that cluster round them, are illuminated with electric apparatus driven with some neighboring waterfall. American aities and towns are now following suit. Not only are steps be ing taken to harness Niagara, but many les pretentioas streams of water are being utilized. In tie little town of Bristol, N. H., electricity dominates everythlne in the field of ilfht fed power. The entire town. con talini 600 or 6t0 house, two hotels, many atore and over a dozen factories, is pro fsse, lighted with incandescent lamps saup plie by power from the Pemigewasset irer, wblch tumbles in a series of casoades throasgih the picturesque settlement. The powew is eo ocheap as to be used with great a.nnomy of labor and expense in the feo te axeC d such is the luxurious tendenocy of t application, that many of the e: are propoalon to banish the drt of h·e t. r htens by adopting esekieg appxatnu, that the lone expected flht we the Blatne and Harrison forces| we on, The chief point in Filley's atrumeat in I behalf o the minority eport was that he ealar organaation of the pasty in the Alabama s had been r from the Sregular place of meetln by United States deputy marshals: but Massey, of Deleware, maintained that the ease had been consid ered fairly upon its t meiti aend that the long should be t h SeMnto n Woleott, of Coradoso in I speaking for the minority repor not only denounced the depaty marrhala of Alabama thut the hundred o oiee holders who were yreeunt in the aelleries and hall of the convention, orowdln oat the peo ple's delegates i.n a rlhaUo attempt to re thominate the president. The dreatet In terest wee manifested when Col. Daioeld, of Detroit, the Alger manager, arose to speak in favor of the minority report. His action was interpreted as meaning that the Alger people were prepared to vote with the Blhale people. Wild applause followed when Chauncey Depew arose to support the majority sle por), which he did ,briefly. Rx-rlyetor MRifer of New York slpok9 for the ntiLddlty, and said he had listened to many reports of committees on credentials, but thas was the tiret time he ever heard a majority re port which gave no reason why it should be adopted except that it was a majority re port. The minority had given reasons and not one speaker had given facts to contro vert them. Miller closed by moving that the Coagwell report be divided and a rote taken on the Alabama part alone. At this point Clarkeon and Plat held a hurried consultation. No one who saw it doubted that preparations were in hand for the clo-asecoming of the first real test vote between the Blaine and Harrison forces. Chairman Cosewell said he stated at the beginning that they had no time to prepare their report. The convention thonght beet, neverthelem, to call for an oral report, and now the igentlemen were assailina the ma jority because it had submitted no argu ment in favor of its report. He conoluded by demanding the previous question, which was seconded by a majority of the delean tions of Massahusetl , Delaware and West Virginia. bienater Quay wanted to know the effect of the previous qTiestion, if it would then ena able them to have a vote on separate prop ositions involved in the report. The chair a ruled that Miller havien demanded the m diyisionsof the propositions involved in a the report, there could be separate votes taken. Both sides weore ready for a vote. c and a storm of ayes greeted MoKinley u when he asked if the pevioune question should be ordered. Befstore this was done however, by unanimous consent, the ma jority report in all cases where there was no minority report submitted, was adopted s by acolamation. An amendment was now made to take a standing vote on the Ala- p bama case, and when the afirmative vote A was submatted it was apparent that a ma- A jority of the convention arose. Instantly the New York and Pennsylvania delega tions demanded a roll call and it was ordered by the convelnton. L HAICRI8SON VICTORY. His Friends Plainly in Control of the Conventlon. The motion to adopt the majority report was carried, a previous motion to adjourn being lost. The roll of states was de manded and was being proceeded with on the adoption of the majority report on the Alabama contest. At 12 o'clock a panic was narrowly averted, the lights being shut off and leaving the hall in practical dark ness. Temporary lights were placed on the speaker's desk and business proceeded with. When the roll call was finished a mighty yell greeted the announcement of the Har rison victory. The filures were 463 ayes, 423.8 nayes. The president's friends left the wora "three" unheard. Canes, hatse, hand kerchiefs. anything that could be grabbed, were swung wildly in triumph, while the dome seemed to tremble with terrific roars of applause. An attempt to adjourn the convention at this interesting juncture failed. The hour prooosed was ten o'clock in the morning, but it was defeated by a substantial majority, and proceeded with the business of the convention without delay. Depew. leader of the Harrison forces, was asked if he was enatisfied with the test. "Yes," he replied. "and we will be twenty I votes stronger on the main question. Ex-Senttor Platt of New York said: "I woula prefer not to give an opinion until a later ballot is taken." Chairman CIarkson said: "I cannot tell exactly what the significance is. There were enough absent from Louisiana and one or two states to leave Harrison short of a majority, when we consider the scatter ing votes that will be cast for dark horses. I do not give up the fight yet." On the question of substituting the rhinority (Blaine) report for the majority (Harrison) report the Montana delegation voted five ayes, one nay, At ti.econclusion of the roll call the chairman announced: On the vote for the substitution of the minority report in the Alabama case the ayes are 423",, and the noes 4(.3, and the motion is lost. A motion to adjourn failed to carry and the roll was called on the adoption of the majority report on dele gates at large from Alabama, and the vote resulted 47; eyes and 3:5%1 noes. Gov. Foraker asked unanimous consent of the conventi.no to the reading of the platform as prepared by the committee on resolutions. The platform was adopted, notwithstanding a plea from Hisecock to. give the advoantes of the irrigation of said lands in the west a chance to be heard, and the convention adjourned. A $8950,000 BREACH. Damages Asked by the VWoman e )]id) Not Marry. Cur.ACo, June 9.-Suit for breach of promise of marriage and $950,00(J damages has been instituted in the superior court by Mrs. Jessie Hall, a former actress, whoso stage name was Dorathea ]ewie, against James W. Paige. of Hartford, Conn. Paige is the manufacturer of the Paige type set ting machine. Mrs. Hall's attorney saysi Paige, a several times millioneaie. made the acquaintanoe of M's, Hall in linrtforld, and under promise of numrriage induced her to quit the stage. She lived with himn two vyears ago. He finally was brought to fix a day for their marriage, at Milwauker, April 22, last. Arrived there he declined to marry her, and forced her to sign a paper releasing him. It transpires that action was begun in the police court here ia few days aeo by Stephen Rloeers, of Hartford. Conn., against Mrs. Hall and E. N. Grant, charging them with passing as man and wife, though not married. Demrocratic: Victory at Portland. POrrTLA.N), June 9.--'bh election of Chamberlain, democrat, over Webster, re publican, for attorney-general is con ceded. Moore and Bennett, for the supreme judgeship. are neck and neck. The county ticket except Kelly. in dependent republican. for district at torney, is swept clean by the citizen democratic element. The results are the most unlooked for in the political history of the district. Woodard (dem.) is elected state senator, while the democrats secure two representatives. A Murderer Arrested. Miseoua , June 9.-- [Special.] -Sheriff Houston has just received word that Knox, the murderer of Searles, Lwas arrested to night at Bearmouth by Deputy Bheriff Fowler. t1aral ti d 8eaod the whim M$dt., S atbe oyou thinwk 1 t4 iet, ot ,~ t t glln lan, p Phtae ibnl Mr la , I .he it_ I* ington Vost, exoept t8rst $ e uael insp t . Ktwto Nwore 3~ 1848. O ldl D, o, Auelretamfor,, 1 om la 188. s LMa l Klarroa ogg, Sa umterllleo1 8 C., i EM. Ilieler, o Philaelphia, rPa, 1. aBielo t Heron, New York city, 1883. Ianansc ek Franesea.. Prague, Austria, teland, 1849. I lara Lotrri Kellogga , Strill . C ., HelleLnDa1riy Ht elena. Jersey, 1880. Caheillnea Phila, Walesd. 18P5. Pauline Latca, Mionad , 1840. AMnnie lMadder New YOreans. 185. , 8e81. eartinot, uonkerst, N. Y., 1857. d araret sather, Detroit. Mi.nn, 1861. Mlilie Hean, Newi Oreins La8.. 1858 loa Mitchello , New York city, 1886 . aea Modjek, Polnd 1844. Clara Morris. oleveland, on , 1840. ChristIne Nilson, Sweden 1844. Adelina Patdde, Madrid, 188. Orle Angie PMxlhel, New York City. 1856. Mm. Poina Hdde, Polad, 1ngland,182. Adea t rrian, Cerick, Irelnd, 1840. MCle. ibea, Brussels, S1854. Adelaide iat, ori, Italy. 181. Lillian Russell, Clinton, Iowa, 1800. Mrs. Scott tiddons, India, 1844, Ellen Terry, Coventry. England, 1848. Lydia Thompson, London, England, 18538. Emma Thureby, Brooklya, N. Y., 1857. lIosina Vokes. London, England, 1854. 'iltH1 MARKK Th. fTOCKI New YOre. Jone 9.-Bar silver, 89%. Copper-Dull; lake, 511.85, Lead-Quiet; domestic, firstname.lastname@example.org. The stock market was still quiet and except in a few leading shares even dull to-day, while the general list had no decided tendency of prices in either direction. Activity was confined to St. Paul, Burlington end Northern Pacific. The close was quiet, firm, generally at fractional gains. Governments-Steady; dull, Petioleum-July closed. 541%c. Closing Closing U. . Isreg........1115 New YorkCentral.1120 U. . 4 coupol....1171 Oregon lm...... 20 U. B. Is reg.......100 Oregon Bar...... 20 Pacific is.......... 92 North American... 15 Atchison.......... Pacifi Mail....... 8L% American Exp.... 20 Pullman Palace... 197l 8 Canada Far....... 884 Reading........... 91 Canada South..... 58B Rock Island....... 77 Central Pacific.... 10+t St. Ftul........... 78% Burlington........ 97% Oet. Paul & Omaha 08% Lacokawanna.... ..l5614 Texas Pacific...... 49 U. & R; ci....... 48% Union Pacific..... 89% eri ........... .. 21% U. . itxpresa..... 52 Illinois Central ...1021/ cargo Express....145 Klnsuas &Texas... 14i Wnestrn Union.... 94 Lake Shore .. 11.....2% Amel. Cotton Oil. 88% L'vills & Nash..... '12 Terminal.......... 8.1 Michigan Central. 101 Lead Trust........ 21% Missouri Pacific... 55% Oreg'n Short Line. 20 Northern Pacific.. 20% H. 1. Western.... 86 N1. P. prf........ 1. . HG. W.pref...... 70r 4 Northwestern.....11t I'.G. W. lets...... 81% Northwestern, prefl46 Distillers.. . 49l Money on call easy; closed offerWl dtme mercantile paper 2i4t5: sterling exa.a :rm; sixty-day bills 84.87%; demand $4,1881 CHICAIHO) P'tOl)UCi:t' ('OeAuon. June 9.-Close-Wheat- -Easy; eash, 85: July. 851c. Corn-Lower: cash, 51%c; July, 49%c. Oats--'teady: cash, 32%c: July. 32%0. Pork-Cash July. $10.57%'. Lard--ash, 16.35: July. $6.42%. Short ribs-Cash July, $..4246...ii5. Shoulders-Short clear, unchanged. iI'CAitit I A'l :f. CPclAen. June 9.--Catte-lle-eelots. 13,000; steady; beat steers, $email@example.com: other $3.75,14.15: stockers ant feeders, $6.0043.75; '1exane, $525(1 4.00. tr eep-Receipts. 8.000: shade lower; clipped natives and westerns, $5.9ti,45.75: clipped Tex floso -- Receipts, 25.000: lower: mixed, $4.706.o4.85; prime heavy and butchers, $1,87% r .00: light, $firstname.lastname@example.org, SHERIFF'S ALE-WILLIAM LOWEPLAIN tiff. vs. Thomas M. Everett, Franklin Rt. Wallaee ard Albert M.Thornburgh, as co-partners doinr buniness under the firm name and style of Wallace & 'hornbarqh. harles Lehman and Caroline Lehman, his wife, and Franklin 11. Whllre. defenuants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the countly of l.ewis and Clarke. on the 1th day of Ilay, A. D. 1692, in the above entitled act on, wherein William lows. the above namted plaintiff, ob tained a judgment and decree of foreclonsure and sale against Thomas M Everett, Franklin I. hallaoe, and Alber. Ol. Thorrnmrgh, as co-part ners doing bisinee c nder tihe firm name and style of Wallace A Thornburgh 'harles l.ehman, and Catolino Lehman. his wife, and Franklin p It. Wallace. defendants. on the 18th day of MSay, A. D. 18:., for the anm of $1,838 00, besides interest, cost= and attorney feese which said deree was on the 11th day of May A. D. 182. recorded in Judgment hoot No (4. of osit court at page :,9. I am commandsd to seoil all that certeln lot, piece r parcel of land, siteate, lying and bein, In the cnouty of towie and Clarke.elate of Montana, and hounded and described as tollows, to-wit: Beginning at the routhae't corner of block lettered "A 'of the Teltjen atddition to the city of lelena, at the int rsection of the east side of Hoback street with the nirth side of dixth ave one, and rneaing th-nrc north along the east ersle of l~ob-ak street, forty-five (14) feet to a poist. thecse east one hundred (100) feet toa point in the lice between lots nnmbered two 12) and three (3) in block lettrere "A," thence octhl along tshe line betweenu said lots numbered two sad three, forty-ire (45) feeot to a point in the northsideof tpith arenoue, tiheno we,t along the north sile of said ixthb avenue one hundred (101 fret to the placen of bIeglnini. Toeetber with all and singelar the tenemelts, hreditamaents, and appuortsenaneseo therenute be longing or in eny wis.. appertainlng. Public notice is hereby riven thatc narday, the Ilth day of Joane. A.D. 111. at 12 o'clock m. of that doy at the front door of ths comrt honses irfelena, Lwis snd (Ilarks county Montana. Ii wil, in obeilernce to eid o order.. role and decree I of t subelouse and sale, sell tle abovedesoribed pro.etty, or so much tlo:eof as may be slc-suary to estisy Laid jedgmnc!lit with inbe''eu I ani coati. to the hia.het eand sot bidder far oebo GiOLven under my hand this 19th day of May, A. C1 (IAS. M. JEFFERIB., Sheriff. By l.sapt (G. JosNc. Hsa.ny U er h otif. tIERIlBFf'd BALE--FRANK GEtIRSSEN AND JohIn Milch, plnintifs. vsye. hteletnt'. Gil patrick. Prone L. Reetlo and E+mma~ ary Klein ochtnidt, defendants. I ald r end by virtue of as order of sale and d .c'to' of for', looeure and sale iond oat of the ist-trict couri of the liret judicial district of the statso it tntanri. in and for Iha county of Lewis sd ('larks. on the Ith day of June, A. D. IF-4 In the above otit~tlit action, wheri'in Frank ylalntiffs. obtained a Judgment and dfcrce of scchmitdt, iefendant. on the 4th day of June. - Ji. 1(187. for the com of .09. 0 l. etes internet. I costs and attorney fees. which soid decree Was ion the 4th dey of June. A. D).. 1I51, recorded in judgment book lo. ii of eaid court at page ---, I an. comisunded to tell all tlat certain lot, plece or parcel of land. sIttate, lying mad being ntihs scanty of l.ewis and Clara e. stale of MoI.tana. and bonnded and described at folloWs, to wit: All of the right, title and interest of every nr tore aud klid whatsoever of the said defendant Emma Mary Ktlenbchmidt in and to the "I'red Letter" quartr lods mining oiaimr, ltnutsr east of the city oefnelons. aid rounty. loeated Jan. 1. I8...l and reoerded Jan. 7. 1888, In iiok I of lode said connty. the 47th day of June. A. D. 18". at 12 u'cttm. m. of that day, at the fronit door of the court hitsoe, Ielena, Lewis and Clarke county. on taun. I wil. in orludlence It, sildo.s'erof rale sad decree ,if foreclosure and asl, ce]l ath i abuse dascrlbid propalty. or so sueli thereof as t may be necessary to eatiefy eaidJndgmsne. with intcreat and costs, to the htshet and beet biohle - j itiven under oiy bend thIs day of Jnne. A. D CHAiItAEB If. JF.PIERIS. Sheriff: i il F. 36 Hess, Unther Illmrll Rd edise~menti~r e. r t nri Wm th tme - 1(M or ad todt I o workt. In. e at, ý1r o a a AS d hoo or to mo tat housakwLour se ea at kepera. 0rdressuerm.enosa- a WITUATlO WANTD--iT A WOY R 1 t. o tae fore of work worki sol ll o on SIUAANTEDUI APiO eNT D -IA UTl.H ArtL aeiihopb amand hat dor shree tme ITUATION WANTED-Y ALE COO Aintlrca ddtui Ae ddreis Co. efaie, ti LANTED-O D DTWAEDNT SAEBTOA OIO. t itksersor aP of work. IA Liro at ater rch en.t l dwardt street. h , ITUATION W-ANTPRE-- AN A BUOCER 0 vraumoenh. 34 Edwa rsstreet D by a man that ha- s had four years m- an rien. Addreera, thisic aO ITLTYOP WANTD A WIOTtMAmt -n take charlgeofreork in shop. o it l One ies$. J. mokherfon, R ower blockr annee. E (ITANDLER W.ANT LAUNDY U MRL. 25 B ' thre mSileaoth, roard and rom, girl for family o t hree iAn cit ano washI ngp reoe waster, m0h 18 E.dward street. O iVA NI.D--AIAd N I--V - UA~E O WANTEI - APPRENTICYA GIRL FBOR dnmatndpr. BlScandinaevin Employment oof Lur oent l.tnlhewek a. Clsraet.t 1327 NHenw uok. HENTS WAONTED- LE E AE, A vneteaster; intoexr tsik te4try . Fte heeantinne dur 1. cleartrds irt tlo eetal LIue h.l olr. r a. Ad. Q L-371 Cthrk , TOTANT--ftTOUNMAI N ITA OURha nhew by. a mane topm hs bd four years'e n WA9~ebu._S TREETtBaLAK-F W A ANCMAN. Jun y OWANTED- COMRLENT-TH HOANSLE OS to tak cinatero in tworke anr shop.ta thn mission ofareet croon w eekly eaniedh by u omanyi or ogents mples Addrese. P. box 1M71, New 'hok.a AGENLETS WANTED--WL OE AND ONT st25 iyg one, te in exolusive territory: oingr new , patente st. sell at sight in city or codty Hes agents first in d aay geing rich; ne F aent in one daty cleared ita; so can yron; ot luTe free. Alpine h afEe Co. A fa 888n 1 Clrks hO streeta, rCincinnati mp. W1 ANTEDI-CHUND MAN W OITH 800TOI - perience not neessary, Address Cn, eportoics an mentil n plat.een forkndirvculear emloy. F CHANTED-EXCAPLLWNT ICHANCEO FOB At Vt gintleman of intelPlgence and activity t reresent largest f orporatia In every city and F t in Montana. A1ddwr street. Box 14, Healenia. lote Wo. h . i A O 8T WANTED-MALHE AND FEMALE. it ola and young, 81h4 to $2 per day easily made selling nr Queten plat ing llotff and doing goldren hwarrante sto wearn for years on every clae of hi mretal otableware jewelry, etc. . ight nd endl t handled no eene reuirsi to operate of thm tnhouse, same aw rip en ck orsal. Agentys are making monrty ra;*rly 'theyo ell toasoust he een bustinss biou aund famly eand worsihop.ne hen durabI one aim pst and $ithis the reah a rt. evegy sne. Plates most i ostanoty eCual to thed finet new ork. n eiio circlrea. etre. ueo ,Loui eb 5alfitrsI pr b o 'olt SALE--I8CE LLA ANEOUD D le i;Ollt SALE-A- GO- HTOiRE POWERGTEAM F inengine. like m$2'Whitscreo $5hicao. ewo. Ex81, - wit.n ies and whistla; price i0 cash, athin e til 'on aa .tBat. itng t and l North Wrren. WOANEDA-A A FIRS TCASSCOOKFO Ths ngine sin perfecst orderias goodasn new py GOTSR iBALI---ItI, FR AND FMAL. A O _warae tsieas ia oerner of the bot towns oin heo ste, am aisniid oprening ore a lich e man29 with the necessary capital. Eycellent reasons Ie se llsing. Addres . . ., care Indep.endent. fw ~O'e uALE--A lINE LOT a OF itOAlEl t Iea F ifneiture at a barga int. Canl at 48 har Lvoius. fr. --.)O IsAL- OTW ItETO-TE, WHOLE OO RN n-' ewno -hat int orst in thoe fcrclure of the F has jrst been athoroghly clsand and painted, n1 is ,ne of S ith ,bAt lodging houses in the city. od I have bxsines to attend to east and would like - ncell or rente once. larerL. Astin. Ut F FuOIt SALE--A SIDE-BAR F ARRY AND ClY ois ' n goouissditio on cheap. Address owst- . n with thep necesar, capital. clltrea one[ lemmselin. Adres T. Y. Z., cero 14r1.t. fre i'olt ALE-AsFITA UE NT AND LENCLH 12i I counter. Callae 12od N th Iamst reet ale- gal Vt'OR SALE -DORUG STO-E IN GIIEAT n-Fall. i int l cation. Will boarintrea iga f$i uion. i. Bh.os, Li. rest Falls. Moa tr t .o n F i hAlh I.U-$hle0--A WELL hSTAtHIstl- cot e od alnas talat 1owill guarantee will pay! cfero a2,iu tor 52.001 peryear. Icatii at this F L stbevan sositehen furniture chan. 1128 S", F1 .ilowr~t> . StuOVEtu. COo tNti ANDe d[ tO I. arrison avenue, cotheap l r 5-" bwinesrs witho alrg slat b05 wil trade for - -- - -- ---.---- en :9jUIZLLO. _ B.AH, CORY1 n & 0C09, BAne rorHand Liquor Dealers, elena, Mota. pine Grocers; and Liquor Dealers, }ena, Moitaa. FOR SALR--RItt.L PI8FATIA. FO ti AE-$m500; TWO-BTOR t RE8WH 81CH or seven rooms wate o tn ot ie stable and ou~tbuilding: Ninth arenues betwre.n ,etie and itleigh; this a ba n. Steele A ants, enta. OR SALE,-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICO residence on west side. only two blocks SMain street fronts on two streetea very . Steele & Clement. FOR SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK hOs oL Spencer treet, nw Rodney, only few minutes from postolSoe. at great bargain. teele & Cle mets. OR SALE-$00 BA9t~h 8-ROOM BRICK. celar, wate.e, en lalseign street S$80. - awenruo bri ko, el, wad n b ater,. ste o ts acu trall, ttson r way me S. Ft h F OR SALE-ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON twest side at bargr.i a ten rooms, iorase. bath room and all modern Sttinget goor barn and outbuildings. W . Muth, a&t. TOR SALE--TWO SIXROOM IHOUSIS ON w west oe. easy terms near new t ecool building, Ihunary and electric lines. Math, eat FOR BALE-FIFTY ErT ON HELENA avenue near foot of odney at three-fourths actual value. Bteele & Clements. FOR SALE-A FINE CORNER ON NORTH e Main street 100l5 feet, fronts on three streets; will be sold at a great earioe. Steele & Clements. OR SALE-A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON rominent avenue; bh all modern improve ment and is n ood condition; price ver low and terms to suiti a nap. W. E. Cox Gold block. -OR SALE-I HAVE SEVERAL NICE REBS Sidmnces on the wrt side for sale at differ. ent pria and terms, Partise wishing to bur a home wilt do well to call and we what 1 can o er Wmi. Muth, est. F OR SALE-RENTAL PROPERTY IN O11G O inal towneits; will sell on easy terms, at t great sacrifice, Improved property on Bluff street and on Pine street. Steels & Clementn . FOR SALE-$1.000 580 CASH, BALANCE on long time, buys a new three-room honsee lot ixlb2L Address box 777, city. FIjOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST - ranches in MotOns, 2,080 acres, every acre can be Irrigated and have abundance of water, tine range on every side, good market for every thing produced, good improvemente willl be sold st a reat bargain. W.E. Cox, Gold block. FOR SALE-LOTSl AND ACREAGE AT KAL ispell, the new railroad town in the Flat head valley. Wm. Muth, agt. OR SALE--CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN Hauser addition at very low prices. Wm. Moth, sgt. OR SALE-LOW-A CHOICE BUILDING 2lnt fa0en; on Breoawater hotel groundsr (eastfrent) Wm. Math, aet tiOll SALE-S1,800, 75x125 FEET, 4-.OOM . framehouse, Broadwater motor line; $,500, 50x120 feet. 6-room fram0 house, 50 feet doubts frontage on Benton and Perk avenue, business pro.perty $51,000, 8Oll0 feet, 8-room frame house on awrene street; $5 000, 100x10 feet. -room brick house on lllventh avenue. !. S. French & UOR BALE--O5,000. 40xl00 FEET; -ROOM Ebri.ck, bath, cellar, tso, gas fixtures, dubla frontagus on two streets. t. . French C. FORl SALE-$,800. ,xll5 4-ROOM FRAME ron Dstot avenue; $4,500, 50x84, 7-room frame hause, Blake street; $4,000, 42I88 feet, 9-room brick on Sixth avenue, Ieattis; $3,500 l5SI feet, 8-room brick onleatte stree l E. S. French ACa O SALNE-)FOR $300 GOOD BUILDING Slot 50l50 on South end of Rodney street; address box 777. city postofloe,. FiO1 SAALE-- O0xt FERIT ON LNDALED a venue at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele A Clemente. 1O A.AUl - ALE- ELOANT RESIIEN:E ON Madison asvenue west side, east front, lot 125x200 fret; cash buyer can secure a gresi bar, gain, Steeile A Clements. tO'I SALE-$2.800. 02140 FEET, 5-ROOM frame hous on m Elth avenne 3,.0, 5t014o feet, 8-room brick houes on Eighth avenue; 4,000 42tI0 feet, 1-room frame house on Proadi way; $t,200, O45xIt feet, 15-roos brisk house. corner. Broadway. Ef. French A Co. OR SALE--NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE IN SBroadwater addition, only one block from electric motor; small payment down, balance installments. Steele A Clements. FOI SAL--$5011,000, 0xt0 FEET, 0-ROOM frame house, a corner on Warren street ,50, 75x150lo feet, 8-room stone house on Mali son avenue, $8,500 40x112 feet. 6-room frame homuse, corner, on C(hauocer street; 3,500, 40x13l lest. 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E. S. French a Co. ' ltSALh-COltNEit LOT. 1ROxl50, on beat residence street in the city; fl view of esat side and valley. Address box 777. city postoflioe. O BroALE-AT A HARGAIN- I0FEET ON Broadmway near IHoback; easy terms. - dress postotilce box 23 Helena. MISCELLANEOUS, 'uj AIlID--T TliALl, 80 AtCilAS NEAR Gret FaDli for Helena property. Steeled Clements. WANTED-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF inside property; Just the thing fore rowro fate; closelt, Man street. Wm. Muth, FUO SALT--SCHOLARSHIP IN THIE HEI. ena liSRsinseem College. Call at this oftice. SOKE SALE- SCIOLJARSHlP IN THI lION tans Bdsline College Call at this ofice. WA INTFR-A BUYER FOR A PLATTED tract of the bet reidence pt yrtl on west side; price way.down; hal eseb. lanolain one yesr. Wm. MRuth, agent, WANTED -TO BUILD A SIX-ROOM HOUSEI rwit farnae and bath room complate fo suit. Wallaee &'rhrnbargh. D.ýver bouimng. I.OR TRADE--UNIMPROVED PEOYIERTY I'to trde for eqouity in improved. steele Clement. _ _ T.OR TRAD)--IMPROVEI PROPERTY TO F. T trade for unfmprewed. Stels & Clement.. 'ANTED--THE OWNER OP A LAROE body of low grade. h es milllon gold ore nLt itiet who Will bol d a sll Othe 8CANDINAVIAN MPL.OYME.T OFICIE, low fore c,. Wn. Muth. FOR REIIT-DWI0LINGS, fmieb ,op ighlcna Co te, oar lag 7-room dfiwelli oaweste 1 droom emi. era house. corner Twelfth and Dkot, S 11 room d iWae with all modoa improvements, an H cad r, ne. R Nayed , $ 8-room modern be for carcenter oapliat shop, 15. alter tesomo. 0 North Main street. FOR RENT--Uf.IBSHED ROUBSE . ALi modern oonveienos. Call 60 Nort Warren ateet. rOR SENT--FIVE ROOM HOUSE, I1t5Et Smonth, Enquire of M mNMiss , Msr chants hotel. OR RENT--DRICK ROUSE. NINE ROOMS, oarner .Dehs and Highland trestes; price $17 55 Inquire at owle' l'Cah Bltoae. F OR RENT-HOUSE ON EAST SIDE, IN aoo n1 orhood, nine minute from paot office; city d cistern water; nice lawn; has god outbuilding, includinlg carriage hou., stable room for tour orses ad chicken hous. Apl . W. Graham, at Independent office after FOR HENT-HIERNlIET I} REED & Co, l Thdem~n inblookl opposhteo rand Central hotel. hsave 1 lagest list of house and rooms for rent in the cIty . FON RENT-DESIRABLE RESIDENCE ON Eighth avenue, five doors below Rodney street; rent N0. FOR ENT--VER DElBIRABLE RESI d2on, nie rooms, on Rodney street near Sixth aovenu Steele & Clements. .FORRENT--IR-ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON SEleventh avenue, 50 per month Steele A Clement.a ' 'OR BFNT-UNFURNISHED 1100M8 AND apartmute of all kinds and in desirable locatons at h4o u 10 per roome nCll and eam. Inear t listWa A Thornburgh. Denver e FO0 ENT-FUINISHEAD ROOSlT. L'W Flt iT--COgMORTABLTY UbNRINIBID rooms r at reAsetea rates. lHarryo blo Gand rtreeht Noxt door Hotel Heena. FOf RENT-MIOOnELLAREOUs UR RENT-STONE BON MAIN ST EET, -lare sad deeirable; hehap rent. W. E. Cos, Gold block. TOR BENT--STORE OR OFFICE ROOM IN opera house, Steele & Clement.r cOR R.NT-FINE LARGE BASEMEiNT ON Upper Main street. Steele & Clements. -OR RENT-UNFURNIBSHED ROOMS IN Sopera houss. Steele A Clementa. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY and farm property. Wm de Lacy. eradv. ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARM and city roerty at reasonable rate o interost Stee.l & Clemente. M ONEY TO LOAN-HEIRBERT B. IREID & SCo., Thompson block, opposite brand Cn tal hotel, loan from $50 to 110.000. MONEY TO LOANI-H B. PALMER., BEE MONEY TO LOAN--STEELP A CLEMENTi. in osms to suit, law rate of interest, no commission. no Interest in advance, no delay. ALIAS SUMMONS-I.N THE DI3TR1OT court of the Fist Judiol dktrict of tnh state of Monta in ad for te sounty of Lewis and tlarke. Willism ". Lowe, ilalntiff, vs. Thoms I. Everett. Franklin 1t Wallace ond Albert t. Thorburgh, to-partners. doing busieses undsa the firm name and stlee of Wellrss A'lhornbaurh Charles Lehman Taroline Lehman, his wife, and Franklin R. Wa ace, sefeadIdts. The state of Mont.a sea greetlig to the above named defendantr. You m re hereby lred t Apiear an aiotl breoght again you te i a pantis in the dilstrioctrt ote it to laia distrIct of the state of Monte ine ndfrthecounty of Lewis and Clarke, sd to nanwer the complsaat filed thorein, witid tea dsay (es Wve of als my of nseqrt sitd witn at te .tn; 0OIfi 41 -o out ofhs soat s , bet i h dieyot. ear all dses; oherws Vli for days or jufihene bo deftult wnilbs aken atalaa 10 elher dtelete br prayier of t complaint. ,he sas. sieee is brought to procure Jods'. eanlifee SI s priacipel sand interest at the rate of 12 per cent per .neas, from July 1, 18st, m-ony due on a certain pomisory note, made l 5I 1105 by Thomi kvrt in u Ii. loll.. & Co., and assigned to this platat[il and secured by a certain moetae between the ,-ae oparties, of even dat. tlert.lth, corin that property,. tested sit th eitn aFi ioc to the city of olaa, .em eay( o Lewis end tlare., state of Moatasa. deesribed as foellows toe-t: f.glanfeg at thb southwest corner o ble ,"in the said ddItion, at rthe iat o a of the oat sle of olaci strret with the north aide of Si:xt avene andi renning thence eioth along the east edo f saeid ot..k street forty-flve feet, tea eis n. thraceeeetonehuedre4 feet to p peint in the le betwea loto numberd two and three. i said blek "A." theno south aloprg the line botwee aid lots numbered two ned rtree fort.-Vs fet. to a.i nt In tie norrI side of Sixth avenue, thence weat along th'e aorta side of said Sixth avenue o.e huored feet t1 tbs place of begnning. And to ebtaip the .aual docm for the sale of the eid pri usee by the sheriff of said county aocordi to law, and the proceeds applied t he payment of the amount doe to the platati. and the caste sad counsel feeewllowed by the court, and that the ald d. fondant sad all prsons elelts ader thaem upon said the preen e.hleras urehasers .rs necebraersneor of hrwise. mar oarrel aed loreeloed sed of ad rhid and claim or equity of ha mayhave ez on .to: the Everettt fot any eoe sette aplyoiag lle tproo " thesaleof said presep rll aplail to peat A& tthe sid ty i" cot ete ser dmaatded in Ii at. tieot of them o year ot s t.rS. e · e a ss k eedd Dy 1.y. H..CA B, ly em DAVID lB. 'AaC.r a. Attorney oI r pltalatw GONSUMPTION, m0 eeuseads of eues Of the weoe adededf 1sg ssssrs havebesma co ed.ldedsems8tsreugl . wyisith C I'IIUALE TUEATISel os ths diaseaeteesysl. ewuhawillssmodmo tbsic Ejpseaad P.O. dLe o As Slousi. no C.n 2 r (Feg IV , T.IUD. n3t foletR ou ch OUBT oi r t~tana, anti ear t County o Iww taio va en ltt plaintifi F . Madeline . a ? w nrdtd dlua actio S e p anew, !ruthe t etietitle of th.' O etoa IF:ve that. o onetaf oth tod ted Si thole nta lin t re of A nid or e a is i aio reed, the aid of t apl to te rtow e or elie to odbtande in tLie r lidns eatd eafthe oudtnat oe rand tof efiende anthe madt void a pit ft iti' nd ii t.io the sa ofnt heiodn l. d for at& e d a sh pta ha vnod ldst; andandfoon farrther rlfas maybe s i theoplanty o alh And y hemn by nettIned tht I you fail to ape ndawer the sld erlnp int, o above requird, the saidapply to the ort or tone thousanlie d e h undred mplait. isen und" my ahnd a Bthe aof th di tr ort ofdr the First J dtriot of the tat of Yont. in and or the oonth day o She n th r ea of of io h* k bonar c o r D rtd one thousand ellgCt nfdre antie Coart. niewt-twe. JOA N BLEAN Clerk ý M.By H B. ToMo. DAepnt Cltk. E. 1L, Izrnowt. Attorney for pisyltie.. NOTICE OP BTOCH~T OLD~ift' MEETINE S otioe is here given tat .a metin of athe ftokholders othe Mo e Minleind Mlllank mpany wie ho held at 'to of the o Cbe tom. pEe. t gi Lgh ngt truact. n thelpoat of Helen. rLis t onuf u hdon rdtellt th e o tats of09, fotr athe pi efo tobmittiyg to ouoh stekholders t pro .tP0. to i nurea the sapi tnd *lre, of Man the ea.n coin i dum i ato the imort of tour unde tho uand na00 f0r) shrto..l the oparty ol a frive i.tbr (co) hor shae. the, prsett ofpHe l al k oi contid com pany td in m yree hudnsethoedadnd (i00,000) y tares ofd br of t he pv eti ta i of of . d sadoU r ( i t). H. . McLaEAN, THOB. JENKIN, A. MCLEAN. Mua orlty of Trhtsed. TN THE DISTRICT CORT OF THE F IR.T jI cordcofdi strie of the j astre of Montan, in tat for t ne county of Lewis and C eark. in the matter tof the ptitio of s the Citizeans leotrie Liorht onmpany. a corporation, for an order of die-Sutton. sotiE. is hereby iren that the Citilens Elre trio Limht company md adpplieation to the i c ourt of the Fit Judioal district of the state of Montna, in and for the county of Iwis and olore, for a order of the rid coote, di Aolva hsid corporation, and that rsid aplida tion will be heard in the court room of depart. ment No. 2, at toe ditrict court of the First dioeial distrlit of the state of Montang in and for the county o Lewis ed Claerk, in the ourct house, in ths. yit u Heanfbe n aied polntiyon the ldth dar of Jane. A. t. Iir, at 1u o'clock a. mL. of aid day, t which time any person inter ested may appear and show cause, it any, why sad appllection shall naqt be [anted accordfing to the rayer ofi the petition of td e lsid Civ zns !:~ectrio lArht company. oGiven nder my hand and the srlc of the di trint court of the First judicial district of the stat of Montana. in end for the county of Lewis anid hilarke this eoth day of M. ian thfr yasr o our iNord one thousand f ht ohundred an ninety-two. en By H. B. TaOgPson, Deputy Clers . MASIENA nULLnARDo Attorney for Peatitioerl court of the First Judiael district of the slate of rMontiU in and for the couant of LOwis and Clark e. Adolf Hoist, plantiff, ve Thoma Mackey, de The stateofi Mdhtand ands gof etint to the aborve namted dfendant Syou are hereby reuLreid to appe in an actio arought anainst yondb the above naimed ptainti n the district cort of th linrst judiita district of the state ou ontanpl in an for the ountfellf Lewais nd Clarke, and touanswer the compnt filed therein, within tend as texcsie of the day of service) afr the ervjice on you of this summonsa , if serv within theis county; or. is served mon of this county, but within, ths distriot, within twenty day; otherwnis within forty days, or judgment by default wfill be taken Satinetyon acord g tl tthe prayer of taad comp. th y otne Lord action is troullat to obthln a .dtz sent of sid court agaLnsyo for the suN m of 20.7i, upon an account for labor nd materials furnished on contract an deore Foreolong a mechanic's lien securiln sail account upon the property diescrbed in the complaint on file herein to wc you ree raderrd or a morepar ticular statement, and eo.tn of suit, including ;25 attorney's een snAt $1 for filinea lien. And youare herebynoteqed that i yon fail to appear and answer the .aid complaint, as abov required, the said plaintiff will take data..lt agahint yoU and applyt to the court for the telieC demanded in the complain.t. Given under my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of the lirst judicil district of the state of Montana. in and for the count of Lewis and ('larke, thds 24th day of llay. t the year of our Lord one thousand eiglht hundred and ninety-two. B. H. C. RIIZ AN. Deputy Clerk. J. M. Clements. Attorney for plaintiff • PATENTS. -. United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any informatioa given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittsburgh Block. Helena, Mo*L SCIVL AND EIND L·*n loidrlnE.· Be na ont wontep