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th tery w the lbauthor, Povidre Ia
tha : . · s that. o mor meaty abould
le ot la n i tsl an @.rta
S ihot hiPbo5 the low.. t rate that
i1F.O . i'tSaly e amoant of tedmrie
teat I bs e I a itm tax should be Inom
th n Ministh frod that the leolet
4Isismbiluaing neither for nor against any
0ll: o Wollon. I st not be forgotten
IhWb e a lweal lheiiste to lbs people
' tasf tatieltloon I have just rCh
tlod that, n 185, repreentatives of all
patiue oonouring, the trig wes again re
du ed until the average rate of duties was
1 peaseat, The deeade and a half, e..ed
In o fim the passage of the low tariff law of
1856 to the beglnnitg of our oivil war, heas
been truly called the golden period of our
history. The cost of the necessaries of life
had reached the minimum, and at no time
in our history was it easier for the wage
earner to support his family. The farmer,
the mechanio, the day laborer alike realised
the benefit of low taxation. A benefit why?
simply for the reason that it llneed the
cost of food, of clothing, of every article
that conduced to his comfort. Our manu
factories did not languish. The fires did
not go out in our furnaces. The wheels and
spindles were not idle in our great hives of
industry. The demand for labor was not
lessened, nor was its value depreciated.
The protected classes growing year by
year atronger and more powerful with the
protection afforded them, demanded of the
Fifty-iret congress yet higher duties. As
"infant industries" they had been for the
time content with the moderate protection
given by Mr. Clay. Later they had de
manded the higher duties imposed by the
Morrill tariff, and that of later congresses.
In 1890 during the first session of the Fifty
frst congress their demand was in sub
mtause for a prohibitory tariff. The re
spopreto this demand was the passage by
a rpubllta ongress of the McKinley bill.
The avowed sbieot of this bill was to check
ipportat/ia. 'Its purpose so to increase
the sate of duties, as in many instanoes to
exclude absolutely foreign goods from our I
markets, and thus by cutting off competi
tion, enable the home manufacturer with
oaut let or hindrance to fix the price of his
wares. In a word, the McKinley law, with
its prohibitory features gave its benefi
ciaries a practical monopoly, and enabled
them in fact to levy an additional tax upon
the consumer, to the extent that the duty
had been increased. Was this legislation
demanded by the people? Was it in their
interest? Was it not class legislation of
the most odious character-such legislation
as enriches the few at the expense of the U
many? The American people unmistak
ably set their seal of condemnation upon
this bill. Slowly but surely they have be.
come convinced that "protection does not I
protect" them.
It is worse than idle to speak of its bene
fitse to the American farmer. What he de
mands is both a foreign and a home market
for the product of his farm. It is mockery i
to tell him he is protected against the corn
and wheat product of the old world. While
he is compelled to sell in the marketeof the r
world, he should be allowed the poor priv
ilege of buying what his necessities require
without paying high tribute to the pro
tected classes of his own country. To the
mechanic and laborer no less than to the
farmer protection has proved a delusion
and a snare. In no instance has it opened
up to the farmer "additional market for a
pound of meat or a bushel of gran." Haess
it in a single instance given to the me
chanic or laborer increased wages? The
present high tariff adds largely to the cost
of articles necessary to the comfort of the
wage earner. How has he been benefited? i
Has it increased his wages? Has it in any
manner benefited his condition? Rie
cent events connected with the most
highly protected establishments of this
country sadly attest the fact that a high
tariff affords no protection to those who
earn their bread by daily toil. It was never
intended to benefit them. Long enough
has the wage-earner been deluded by the
cry that high tariff means high wages. I
Tariffs have no effeBt upon wages, except
to diminish their purchasing power. The I
higher the tariff the less the purchasing
power of the wages. Wages are governed
by the great law of snppland demand.
In his great speech against the high tariff
coin laws in the British parliament in 1843.
the matchless orator, Daniel O'Connell,
said: "But what is the meaning of pro
tection? it means an additional sixpence for
each loaf; that is the Irish of it. If he had
not the protection the loaf would sell for
a shilling; but if he has protection it will t
sell for one and sixpence. Protection is the
English for sixpence, and what is more. it
is the English for an extorted sixpence.
The real meaning of protection, therefore,
is robbery-robbery of the poor by the
rich."
I have shown that instead of a surplus of
little less than one hundred million dollars
left by the Cleveland administration, the
treasury is now confronted by bankruptcy.
'his is the result in part of the reckless ex
travagance of a republican oangress. It is
in a large measure the necessary result of
the McKinley tariff. By that bill the
treasury was deprived of fifty millions of
revenue by repealing the sugar tax, The
repeal of the sugar tax was simply intended
to reconcile the consumer to the still
greater taxes laid upon him. IIeretofore, I
the presistent claim of the protectionist has
been that tariff taxes are not paid by the
consumer. This claim is now abandoned.
The advocates of the McKinley law concede
the tax upon sugar to have been paid by
the consumer. Else, why take so much
credit to themselves for removing it? Is
there nut danger that the consumer may
inquire, "if removing the tariff tax upon
sugar lessens its cost, why would not the
same blessed result follow a reduction of
tariff taxes upon all the other necessaries of
life?" I
My fellow-citizens. To you the tariff is
the all-important question. The question
is not how murnh of your earnings shall be
given to the support of the government, but
how much shall under the for rs of law be
seized by the favored-the "protected"
classes. The republican party responded to
the demand of the people for reduced tax
ation by the pnesRage of the McKinley tariff
bill of 1819, t!hus heavily inc easing war
taxes upon the people twenty-five years
after the war had closed T'he contest
upon which we have now entered is of deep
significance to the American people. Shall
high tariff, continually increasing with the
demands of the protected classes, be the
settled policy of our government, or shall
there be relief to the people from the bur
dens of nlujust taxation?
Another issue of great moment in the
pending contest is thie force bill. The magn
nitude of this inuo cannot be overstated.
It may mean the control of the election of
representativres in congress by the bayonet.
The republican prrty, by its acts in the
Fifty-firetcongrese, and by its platform
Inr its late national convention. stands
pledgid to thie passage of the force bill.
'that it will pass the bill, when it has the
power, no sane mallr can doubt. To all of
the people-all who dlesire thie peace and
prosperity of our common country-this
question is important. lo the lpeople of
the southern statcr it is one of tranrcen
dent importance -Slhall they still rhave
peace and protection of the law; or shrall
the horrors wthl which they are menaced
find their counterpart only in those of the
darkest hoars of the reconstruction period?
Fellow citizens: I firmly believe that
your interests, the interests of all the peo
ple of the United Staites, are bound up in
the success of the party that crrue inr with
Jeffersonin the very infancy of ourre
public; the party which for more than half
a century of our exrstence has stood at the
helm of state; the party which in all per
iods of our history has been the bulwark of
our constitution and the faithful guardian
of the rights of all the people; the party
under whose broad barnner the men of all
nationalities have been welconmed to share
with us this God-given he:itage: the party
which, from the begining, has been
the foe of proscription, whether on
account of birthplace or of religion; the
prarty which knows no privileged classee,
but demands equal and exact justice for
elI; the party, which, under Jeffe son, Ipur
chased the great valley of the Missislprpi,
and extended our domain to the pult and
to the ocean; the patty, which, under Madi
son, bore our flag to victory in in our second
st ugle with Great Britain, and which, un
der his immediate successor, established
firmly for all tihe the rights of the Ameri
can nation, by the deolaration and main
taineance of the Monroe doctrine; the party
which, in the early morning and in the
noon of this century, glorisd in the leads:
ship of Jackson and of Douglas, the un
Lt aed oat p privilee and t
aujuetl taafto. _ a
ge maimstI ,ltaudalfebip of the
Oawto av yea O lioeit 4l toot
to)of noveraenl who ~reted from tua
I ofhoe who d dbbed you of your
.6dlitlflr tlt l llY m !lpolnas o c. eslr anda eS
stord to the pubtio omanwlahoe prt
lptai In oaction ti, "Apubllo om c io a pub
Ito tlat"--euelr hs leader p e dtei h o~
ratia patrty copaldently submlts the mo
noutounotsunet5 os at lie, and will abide
b the dt.ermination of the final arbitera
at the olal.
F o ave 'Dart rof tho d pound.ofrchoice
bindang twine rew.ead would reoommen tohee
who have not suppied tlýr wants to leave teir
oC.deat oanu j. , C. . awer a& Co .
Ch.amolaeslove onlyll omnt a Lalr at Fowlea'
Cia store.
iWhat everbody y mueb true, that Butoh
r Bradla is the t place to buy hosiery.
nations, underwear, etc, a their prices are thl
lo west.
IPRSOONAL.
T. G. Hathaway, of Miseoula, la at the
Helena.
M. H. Bryan, of Phillipsburg, is visiting
the capital.
John A. Davis, of Butte. came over the
range esterday.
Miss tetta Briacoe returned from Mitch
ell'e last evening.
Col. and Mrs. W. F. Sanders are expeoted
in Helena to-day.
J. H. E.Swindleurt, of Livington, and
wife, are in the city.
Dr. James Macdonald returned to Helena
yesterday from a trip to Denver.
George P. Armstrong will arrive to-day
on the wet bound Northern express.
Alex. Devine, connected with the business
end of the Anaconda Standard, is in town.
Mis Norms Kleinsrhmidt left on Wed
nesday for a visit to Miss Mama Whaley, of
Townsend.
J. D. Finn, superintendent of the Mon
tana division of the Northern Pacific, is on
a visit to Helena.
Mrs. E. I. Goodkind, accompanied by
her children, leaves for Boulder Hot
Springs in the morning.
Charles T. DeMond, a special correspond
ent of the New York World, is in the city
on a tour of the northwest.
The liRev., and Mrs. Grant. Strole arrived
in Helena yesterday, and are the guests of
Wm, Humser. Mrs Strol is a neice of Mr.
Rumsey.
Fred Hirling, for Chicago; Amos Wallin
and J.D. Dickinson, for St. Paul, were
among the departures over the Great
Northern yesterday.
Mrs. R. G. Young, wife of the superin
tendent of the Helena public schools, is one
of the employes of the literary department
of the republican national committee.
George D. Heattie returned yesterday
after an extended tour in the east. He
finds that Helena stands far above other
northwestern cities and predicts far-reach
ing benefits for the Queen city within the
coming year.
Among the arrivals at The Helena are
ex-Exalted Ruler Ernest Vliet, of the 3. P.
O.E. lodGe of Chicago. Mr. Viiet was
Iformerly the general passenger agent of the
Milwaukee. Lake Shore or Southern rail
way, and is one of the beat known men in
the country. He was royally greeted by his
brother Elks yesterday and holds the free
dom of the city.
The departures via the Northern Pacific
festerday were: Ellen Halford, for St.
Louis, G. L. Culver, for New York, Alfred
Pierce and Wellington Pierce, for Wiscon
sin, Miss C. Flanagan. for Pittsbura, Fred
Davis. for Chillicothe, Mrs. A. MoKuight,
for St. Louis, F.A. Bennett, for Chicago,
H. Kufert, for Cooperstown, N. D., A. F.
Stone. for Freeport, Ill., Charlotte Goett
feef, for Evansville, Ind., and H. W. De
Notelie, for New York.
Arrivals at The Hielena.
W W Currier, Great ERa Bal, D)enYsr
falls J Dineen. city
1M Rosenstein. New T C ( Hathaway. Mis
York soula
JllHolden, Aurora, 111 51 17 Bryan. Philips
6 B Oldaer, , P W It burg
I Woerner, New York Alox Dovine, Anaconda
John i Vliet, Milwau- Yn GalAle, Minnesota
keg J D) Finn, Livingston
W F Mlellick. Idaho Jepp .yon, Mi!es City
A K rvin, t Paul ' i S hiitehead. San
W J Killip, San Fran- hrancisco
cieo Joe Urdish. San Fran
Harry ldoll, San Fran- cisco
cisco D lWa Toll. San Fran
Geo D Leattie, city cieco
T B MoKaig, l'ittborg, John A Davis. Butte
I i W At Speyer, San b ran
S A Perkins, Tacoma cisco
E J Samson, Chicago C E Wendell. iutte
Carl Schmidt, hew M J Hutchins Jr, city
York C H McLeod, Missoula
B W Wickey. Chicago A A Barber. Chicago
S B (ailweil, "" Mrs M 11 Iernard. tur
'lbhe Misses Bernard. liugton, Is
Burlinst n. la H J Wray. Washing
E Saunders, Now York ton, I) ('
1ev Dr Alison, P'hil:- A J Hammond, Sagi
delphia naw, Mish
J AE windlehurst and A t Aylesworth, Chi
wife. Livingston cago
AN Ihurefts, lissoula
Arrivals at the G(rand Central.
J Pahrer, Kansas City F ) Cooper., Cascade
WV B ,ilhardson. Groat tt~phen Jewell, Min
F lls as, eta
A1 John, Minneapolis J L Zoore, Neihart
' J t'apDingham, 'Ibree C I, ronen, Three
Forks Forks
F E libbetts. city J \V l"oil. Valley
P W Bradford, him W Ci(,urch, Detroit
Hli Dunlap. Los An- Mrs IIt 1 Lunlap, Los
geles neeles
J lerne. Anaconda T T Murray. Boulder
J WV rolum. city elei t1enderson. Mis
7 Anderson. instills cuolL
A MlcGregor, Diamond J H aly, Gir at Falls
John Braseett. Philips- A N lirasset. lPhilips
burg burg
llobt Cory. city I, N Wood, city
J I', uarrons, ulenuer M 1) Shea, Hoot,mn
Chas Horton. Fostn Chias Mcicndrick, Tor
JO )lnsriey. White bul- onto, Canada
pIhur . ings hlr, llusey. White Sal
H'I' Joneo, Akron, O phur s yprings
I1I (:obban, Butte Mrs Cobban, Butte
J C 'obban, a olton Mrs J C Cobban, Bo0
AV Gihon, Ilmini o ton
Miso Emma (ibson. Miss Libble Gunn,
tIlinli imioini
(' W (sopeor, Rt Paul S Marshall. Canyon
Walter Mathesou. city Ferry
II J Toomey, Deer A s ('rotth, Chicago
Lodge M Eldridge. Flint
F i) Fitts, Madison,8 D W W Martin, Trinity
W J Ken ely, Missonla J tD inn, ivingston
Mrs C W Savago. iles lMr J !l Finn,
(City Z , Bloomiburl '"
Mrs Z C Bloomburg, Livingston
The New Merchants.
Operated by the Merchants Hotel com
zany, now begs to announce that its rooms
are open for the reception of guests. Rooms
will be offered to transcient guests at $1.25
ter day (parlor floor), $1 per day (third
floor), 75 cents Ier day (fourth floor). Erx
tra for more than one occupant. All mod
ern improvement, steam heat, electrio
light, return electric bell call system, and
sunshine in every guest chamber. Brussels
and velvet carpets used exclusively through
out the house,. (ffice, elegant bar and
billiard room., cigar ettntd and palatial bar
ber shop on fltat floor.
IININGilOUT! lE-OPENED.
The diningroom in this hotel has been
leased to and is now operated separately by
the Misses Nagle, who are prepared to fur
nish board. Meals 50 cents. Board $7 per
week. Tickets, twenty-one meals, $8.
Ilutchor C. Bradley turn their bIiks to no one
in low pricer, Ihey lead all tse time.
To lire. I.iellg anid Stoililart's Patlents.
All persons now nuder treatnment, who
have been under treatment, or who desire
to take treatment, of the absove Butte City,
Sain Francisco and Kansas City specialists,
physicians and surgeouns, will call without
fail upon 1)r. Stoddart at Missoula, after
noin of the 30th, Marysville on the ;lst,
Helena, New Melchants huottl, Sept. 1 to 4,
at Butte City, No. 8. seat llroadway, Sept.
5 to 10. IEvrvoue should call, as it is it
matter of im iportancu to them.
(io to 'ITo I1JJ. iliva for one of their silk uti
brellas, only tI li1.
Laliees I -rasy rihbhd its. very I.oyi anrl cOm
tortable to wuar. only lilt a 'TIhl IeHl tliva.
Notice.
All rarties having pools on any races de
clared off at Great Falls lmeeting, or win
ning tickets on the postponed race, can
foisard them to our office by express, 411!;
California street, San Francisco, and get
them cashed. S. B. WHITIEHLD & Co.
ou mo to:'
We, are curen t
rheumn Ecaen
Enl arge a O ,
it's an unteqtea
Dou't think it'a 'the
They claim to be for the n
March, April, and 1 y, " Golden
Discoverl works e ly well at all astOse
And it not only etc i to do good.-It usa
anteeS it. It it dosen't beneit or cura, in
every case, you have your money ba k.
You pay only rforthe ood you get,
Can you ask more l
THE CHURCOES.
Unitarian nociety, G. A. It. hall-No tur
vices untal next Sunday, Sept. 4.
Oakes street M.1 E. huroh-Services at I1
a. m. and eight p. m. S. E. Bnlder, pastor.
"First P.esb.terian--Rev. Dr. Alexander
Allispn, of Philadelphia, will occupy the
pulpit this morning.
Congregational church - Prof. H. ,
King, of Oberlin college, will occupy the
pulpit both morning and evening.
First Baptist church-There will be no
seovioes to-day. Sunday school at 2:80 p
m. Young people's meeting at seven p. mnO
All ate invited to be present.
Services in the German Methodist qhareb
Hoback street and Prospe.et avenfde at i
a. m, and eight p. nm. BuAday echool at
10:80 a. m. Everybody is eordtallyrincvited
Emil Uhl, pastor.
Try the Jackson corset waist. They are the
tealth-preserving garment of the age. For sale
by Butcher & Bradley only.
'THE MARKETa'f.
F'IOCKi.
F xw "vey. Aug. 27.-Bar silver., 334
The stock market presented the usual half hol. t
iday appearance. IBeaing was active, held
steady throughout. 'Ihere werefrearealizations. h
Western Union early lht one per cent. Minna
apolis & St. Louis lost early but recovered. ,
Sugar was excited and lost one per cent early
though it finally rallied. The tlose was firm,
generally dull, at fractional losses2
G overnments-lDull, steady.
Closinga Closingl
U. S. Ia coupon...l115% Northwestern.....194 if
Pacifie s..........107 New York Central. 112h
Atchison.......... 3931 Oregon imp....... 20
American Exp.... 120 Oregon Nay...... ti
'anada Pee...... 8814 Oreg'n Short Like. 24
Canada South..... 581 Pacific Mail....... 8'12(
Central Pacifi ... 29 Pullman Palace... 197
Unrlington... .. 101) eading........... 5744 c
Lackawanna. .....1571196 . G. Western.... 384 -
). & It. .;..;... 484 II. O.W. pref...... 70
Vistillere.......... 4s1F. f. W. late..... 7914
Erie ..... ... 274 Rock Island....... 82 p"
Kansas &Texs.... 27 lit. Paul ........... 82
Lake Shore .......18414 tlt. Paul & Omaha 5224
Lead Trust........ 44 Texas Pacific...... 11
L'ville A Nhash..... 68X e·o Exures. ...143 o1
Michigan Central.ll0 Western Union.... 17Ia
Northern Pacific.. 203% Union Pacific..... 89
N. P pref........ 55%
Money on call easy; prime paper 406: sterling
exchange, steady: sixty-dar bills. $4.8844; de
mand. $4.871.
'lII('AGO CATTl.
Ca(teron, Aug. 27.-Cattle--Receipts, 8,000;
nearly all Texans ready: prime nativesteers. I
:5.2125.55;: good to choice, $M4.80t4.9; others, o
$3.75144.05; Texans, $ 2.404.75: rangers, 12.1504
275.
iloge-Receipts 12,000: higher: rough pack
erc $1.50.4D 90; mixed, $5.005.k0; prime K
heavy and butcher's weights, $512515.50; light,
$,5.0)y..300; grassers, $1.2584.t0.
cheep--lliceipts. 2.000; strong, steady; lambs
25e higirer.
CHICAGO PRODUCT.
ctnrrAno, Aug. 27.-C'lose-Wheat-Firm;
cash, 75S: meptember. 75tc.
Corn-Weaker: cash. 50%to: September. t0%ot
Oats-Steady; cash, 343c; September, 34eLA.
Barley- t8o.
Pork - Steady; cash, $10.471; October,
$10.5744. I.
I ard-Steady: caosh. $7.70; October, $7.7234.
Shoulders-56.90' 1 7.00.
bhort clear-$7.t0Ti:7.6 5.
Short ribs-Stea y; cash, $7 65; October,
7.471.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
Ship.
The firm heretofore exirting under the name
anrd style of lired i t:inda, doing a hotel busi. sc
noss in the city of Helena, Slont., is this day e
dissolved. 'the undersigned will not be re
eponnibtir for any checks or obligation' signed
intle old firer name. WIlLiAM IEED).
1 atee iHelena. Morst.. August 24. 1892.
ABSIGNEE'S SALE, GRBAND PACIFIC 1-0
tol-Noti 'e hlereby given that the under
signed will require hids at his office in lRoom 1,
I wer bei!nino;,nntil dept. 15 at 10 a. n., for
tl:o t, rand Paciiie lJtel. situated at the Northern m
'aeific deport, in the city of Helena, Mont.. and A
formerly owned by F. 1. Thieme. Terms cash.
aid the right reserved to reject any and all bids.
BARNARD BRIOWN. Asilgnee.
ASIlLNEE'S BALE-- FUIINITUIRE. RTOr'K
A and stores of the Grand Pacific hotel. No- L
tie is lhreby given that the iundersigned will re
coiv bids at his office, Room 1, L'oweor building,
Helelna, jont., until Sept. 1, at 1it o'clock m.,
I,.r the fnrnituro. fittings, wine., liquors. stores A
end wares in the Girand acitic hotel at tihe t
Ne.rthern Pacific dopDt, in the city of Ilelena as
nd formerly owes I by IF i. I hienme. Terms si
cash, and the ri ht reserved to'eject any and all w
hidls. Property an inoDice can be seen at the
said hotel. BARNAItID BROWN, Assignee. hr
'TlOCl(ttOt.lt)RH MEETING-A rPECIAI. h
'me lingofthe stockholdera of the North a
!hehirna Land sni Improvement comranr will be
held at the rltioce of McConnell & Csarlerg. ,
Mrerehar:t's National Bank building in the city e
of Helena, Mont.. on Monday. September . 1001. 9
at 11 oslork a. m.. for the transaction of such
huesiue Si r lay then be parcntted by the presi
drnt ,f caI company and properly come before -
ireH n:ertirig. F. Ui. WAlILACE, Secretary.
Itelowls. Mont.. August 24. 1892.
icourt of thcet l'rslirt JidioiaL dhitrit oif the
tirts of Mi;idia, in and fur tile county of
Ltewis ard Clarge, I,lo),arrnlnlinl .. 1.
i. n .,i..·.rr, p.ainitiiiff s. .Charles IL War
Tie state of Montana sends greeting to the -
strove nanred donturanit:
Yon ac tare hrirby rlnllrcd to appear in an action
breoghlt. agairgirii yeo try tire shove nanFr- ptDrinti2 N
lii thue li.irict court of the. Firat jndicial distriot
i, thue statriif Mirtatr lla, ion and ftr tile cotrnry rf
leis· alu (i'lars. a II arrwr ti e romuoinalrt
Oit.i thtierrin.wihi ton dI)iL ( Irnexcirve tire lay
:fs erriaftrtirose oosie ylueo this siln.
iou, iP secrvel within tillr i rutv: rer. it servetd
oel l rirs i htlylltn. bt within tlis .itriect, within
te ndity iay. othierwiri. Wiiti for.y Itay, re
iidgncit ty rlurn lt wiil b'rhakLn aaainrstl* u
creolrling tu the Pracer of asnilte ple irr.y o a
'Jh, 0l ,arit atoI is to.Oigttt to ,rbtaln ge -
grit ,sl thIis ruinr. dissorlving tni. I.Irilt 1frlr mlr
rillrrriy ixlerin 0 lrrcwirrInr yourieO f aunt I Iis Irlain
1if Irni, bi the iruintlsl ot wilful deaertirn of r1iis
riAnd yren are trrel1'e notified that if you fail to
eItonic ildr inn, ir irise eard urn iJlailrr, as saimsvo
rerurireit, tlrs raid Irlainillt will airily It tile cusrt 1
for the reliet 'lelilrrited ill said complaint.
i;ir·nrrrtlider lly hal nsuit td tie ofoa O thrri rlt.
trirt iourn rif tlii irt. juriirni dirtrict of tea
crate of Montana, in sutl fir thie
i'-rulrty of IiWIn sirntd ('larkes 1
(heal tirst I thine ti dayoif Agugust, ill trlrI
Suda. Iriat. r-.,nr of orur I.,rrid ini throurand
('rcurt. eight huridrert ann ninit.twn 1
----,'- ..... J~tlIN tiAN, ('lrek.
lIy It. It Tiiriirerre+tjr.n yll, ( lset.
LeoN A. L(titrolx. Attorney for PlainltihI, fi
(l5l t l II, :NT--lJ'OIlE O . O it't),.ll 11
...Ulrlrrr Main snes!t.. tteolst rr C:lioirotr.
rinde. cdwar1 C. Ititeol, 2L9 ItLt*erirgh
.. . .--_____--..-----..- --
"I(rNt:Y t(, i~tAN ON ItI'IiIV-i'.B ItY -
h, rlfsnrr prinroierty. Wm d Lac.y. Psat~e,
.ttm,,:Y 't T LOAN (SN t.'-il(,,Vt.. I,'Al(t
¶ land cty prsperry at reasonable rates of 5
irnterist h-tsiir A (rlontirerti.
-1ON6V.'.l, ,i-,-.OA-.~ Ihrtll;'ir ri. Tilt ,i I;
('Ot,. IlhtIetpoon blioc, opiristte (trianInegs
traelt lesn reem fl to 0l0,000. +
MIONEY TO L O Se-lL , 'ALAIE- II. w i
adv., ,8.O
oates & Co.'s
N* 0 et Dh :.y'a
Most Who*se.
* * * Mount Vernon Rye Whiskey. . * 6.
Old Crow, 'Henry Clay, Hermitage, etc. All the leading fine old Whiskies in bulk and cases.
S* * * . T.A.BLE W.A.TERS. * o . *
OUR STOCK IS THE LARGEST IN HELENA.
.* * California Table Wines, Etc. . . .
SWe have constantly on hand a large and well iselected line of California Table Wines, etc. Pun;
guaranteed. We kindly solicit your patronage..
i BCH,CORY&CO.,;
Fine Groceries, Rare -Table Wines -and& Liquors
H1LENA, :MONTAN A.
SITUATIONS WANTaED--rEMALE.
Advertisemente .nder this heed three times
FRIEE.
St Paul, Minn.
SITUATION WANTED-TWO SrWEDE GIRLS
J want housework. Just from the eastl. Ask
24 Edwards street.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO LIGHT
lu ouse work for' small family. Address 224
liroadway, room 2.
SITUATION WANTED-- IRIST-CLASS LADY
stenographer and t.ypewiter desires to ob
tain a situation In Montana. ,t r years' exl:eri
ence in railroad office, (.aniive best reference
froum present employer. A~dres Miss it. Met
calf, 815 Main street, Little $oek, Ark.
4ITUATION WANTED-DBNSSMAKING IN
families; use the ladies' tailor. system; $.50
per day. 301 Harrison avenue.
SITUATION WANTED-BRY A 3SWEDISH
Sgirl to do general housework in small family
or as second girl. Best refrentae. 143I Lyndale
ve., Helena.
tlT''1ATIONS WANITED-MALIS.
Advertisements nnuer this head three times
I1TUATION WANTED-By A 1 BOOT AND
S shoe man; 12 years' experience; has firt
lase connection can control the French trade
of Helena. Address D. 1. P., I penpendent.
SITUATION WANTED-AS HELPER IN
blacksmith shop; city prefererd; worked
three years at the business. Address J. IL.
Knight, Basin, Jeftrasoncounty. Montana.
SITUATION WANTED-PERMANENT PRE
ferred, by steady young man. R. S., Inde
pendent office.
I1TUATION WANTED-ANY KIND OF
work by a Scandinavian. newly arrived from
the old country; also speaks Berman. Please
address Galen block, Main street, lHelena.
SITUATION WANTED--AS ASSISTANT IN
San assay otice, wanted by a young man hav
ing some experience. lox 1283. city, H. B.
1EL' W5'ANTED IEMALE.
W ANTED-COOK FOR PRIVATE FAMILY,
good wages to right person. Address C.
M., this office.
W ANTED-LADIES TO LEARN TO CUT
and tit their own dresses at dressmaking
school, 417 Broadway. handsome dresses made
for $7 and $o.
HELP WANTED-MALE.
WANTED-CHANDLLER WANTS A MAN
to milk two cows, take care of two horses
and work around the homuse, $5.
_MANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN TO RUN AS
news agents on Northern Pacific railroad;
most have security. Inquire at news office.
Northern Pacific depot.
WA ONED-CONTtACTORS AND TEAMS
can have work the ih do season prinoi
pally side work, at good prices, on Valley City
extension of Seo line. For particulars, address
Linton & Co., Valley City, N. D.
HELP WANTED-MIAtEilLLANEOUe.
A GENTS WANTED-MALE AND FEMALE.
old and young, $15 to $25 per day easily made
elling our Queen plating outfits, and doing gold,
silver, nickel, cooper and brass plating, that is
warranted to wear tot years, on every class of
metal, tableware, jewelry, etc. Light and easily
handled, no expense require I to operate them.
tan be carried by hand with ease from house to
house, same as grip sack or eacheL Agents are
making money rapidly. ' her pell to a most
every business house and family and workshop.
Cheap, durable, simiule and within the reach of
every one. Plates almost mstantly, equal to the
finest new work. end for circulars, etc. Queen
City Silver and Nickel Plating Co.. East tt.
Louis, Ill.
FORt RENT-FUR NISlH ED IROOMS.,
L OR RENT-FURNISHED RBOOMS, $5 TO
1 $10 per month. 212 North lodney street.
FOR RIENT--i OUR NICELY FI RNISHED
rooms for housekeeping. 558 State strest.
Ol RIENT--FURNISHED R1OOMS. $5 TO
$. 10. 516 Eighth avenue.
uolt IIEN''-COMFOIITABLY FURNISHED
Srepnni at reasonal rates. Harvey bock,
irand street. Next door Iotel Helena.
BIOAIRD AND ROOt)Ir OCFILERED.
-OR RENT-FUIRNI HED ROOMS WIIH
F or without board. Miss M. A. iuerty. 517
Broadway, It iod's block.
L.uI ltl.tNTT--1iOO1S AND BOARID SW
. Warren street, corner Sixth ave.
FORlt RI.ENT'I'-DWEILINSm .
'OlR IIEN'I'--NItCFLY FiURNISHED FOUr.
room house; $25. Inquire at 212 State St.
SOuIt lElNT--SX 1OOM BRICK. Al,l MOD
Sern conveniences ( entral. 411 8th ave.
aORlt IlEN'T- AN EIGHT ROOM HOUSE.
In partly furnialed, to permanent and respon
sible tenait. $20 a mouth. Address 188 west
Lylndale.
F01 .EN'I'-IIIEIBERT IT IEIED CO.
'Jlihimpson block opposite Grand Central
hotel, hav, tihe largest list of houses and rooms
for rent in the cit.
'Os' IsENT--VERY DESIRA .1.tL REst.1
deunce, nine rusom , aec Rodney street near
Sixth avenue. Steels & Clements.
"1il BENT--SIX-ROOM FItAlMI UOUSE ON
Eleventh avenuuoe, $20 per month. Steele
Clements.
L Oftlt hINT-UUNFURNISIIED IlOOM8 ANI)
I apartments of all kinds and In desirable
locations,.t$4 to $10 per room. Call anld eam.
iceour tint. WaUlu t 'LThurabnlgb Denver
buildinog.
FOR ALE,.--MIRCE O.l.ANIIOUN,
; i S>L,--IiIlLdlARD AND PtOl, TA
Sbl'e. 150iand 52u0 each. C. . Coulbert,
Iron rirout, lowcr Mai street.
exceleOnt boulnss, central locatin. . fiBrt
clss farnlturu, nearly new; diing aoi kitchen
etuitmoqtlest for 100 guests; only 5i1,000 cah. hal
s.re on time. Owner ia lrrger intirests and
..ut dletmoe ofs t. Add iLreeglmhtS.
KFOR ALEE--TITABLIHlED MERCANTILE
-- blns wills ait lrgre tradet wil trade for
Improved seal estate I wsa B bll. l rAs tlem
50t1.
FOR SALZE-BAL ESTATE.
FO e trmr t neat naow school
building, ound c ad am td linee We.
FOR SALE--FIFTY FEET ON HELENA
avenue nea toot of Rodne at three-fourth
actual value. Steele Clements
FOH BALE--A FINE CORNER ON NOBRTH
SMain street l el feet, fronts on three
streets; will be d attarmat arie ttteelA
Clements.
OH 8USALE-A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON
prominent avenue; hm all modern lnprove
mnts and s in good condition; price very ton
and terms to suit; a snap. W. . Cox Gold
block.
ORl t AhE-I HAVE SVIEIIAL NICE lES
Sidences on the west side for sl at differ.
nt pricese and terms. j'astis wihint to buy a
hohse will up well to call ant se what l ean oL
fer. Wm. Muth, ast.
FORA-RET PROPERTY IN ORIG.
inal towusite; will sell on easy terrms at t
great racrifice. improved propert.. on Blinut
street and on Pine street. Steel & Ctementa.
iOR StALE-ONE OF THE FINEST
ranchee in Montana. 2.000 ores every ore
anbe irrigated and have abundance e o watar.
no range on everyalde, good market fo r ers .
hiug produced, good mprovementail Q. s
at a gret bargain. W, V . iCo. Guto
ORHtIALE-LOTS AND ACREA(E AT KAL
F iepell the new railroad town in the Flat
ead valley. Wm. uth, t.
FOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN
a Haeer addition at very low priee. Wm.
MHuth. .t.
UOR SALE-LW--A CHOICE BUILDIN(G
lot facing on roadwater hotel grounds
(eaatfront)" Wm. Moth, at
FOR SALE--FONR Bs00, OOD BUILDING
lot60xl10 on South end of Rodney etreet
addrse'box 177. city poetoffioe.
FOR .A.LE-50x140 I ia l O.Q LYNDALIE
avenue at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele &
Clements.
F loI SALE-ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON
Madison avenue, west side, east front, lo
125x200 feet; cash buyer ean mncure a gret tar
gain. titeele & Clemente.
OR bALE-NEW hIX-nOO2t HOUBSE l
_ roadwater addition. only one block from
electric motor, small payment down, belanc
installmente. Steele & Clements.
"UlALE--tCORNEt LU T. t16x00, on best
rsidene street in the city; tfll view of
east side and valley. Addrese hs 12 uity
psatoflioe.
OF 01 I3ALE-$2,500;: TWO-STORY IESIDENCE
Sof seven rooms: water on both floorsa stable
and outbuildings; Ninth avenue between Beattie
and laleigh; this is a bargain. Steels & Clem
ents.
FOR OHALE--FINE EIGHT-ROOK BRICK
residenos on west side. only two blocks
from Main. street; fronts on two streets; very
cheap. Steele & Clements.
OH SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK
ouse on Spencer street, near bRodney, only
few nminutes from postotlice, at great bargain.
Eteele & C(lements.
.OHR BALI--ELEGANT RIESIDENCE ON
- west side at a bargain; ten rooms, furnace,
bath room and all modern fittings; good barn
and outbuildings. Win. Muth, act
MINCELLANEOIS.
WANTED--BOARID WITII iROOMS WANTED
by a gentleman in private family. Ad
dress, stating terms and location, "Montana,"
Indepondont office. l.eferenees.
WANTED-A PARTY TO ADOPT A GIRL
baby. Address P. 0. box 03., oily.
ONE DOLLAR--I WILL PAY ONE DOLlAR
per hour to agents for selling the Monroe
Chemical Ink t.raser. It erases in two reconds
without abralinr the paer. For terms and lfll
particulare address A. ilmot. WVallace, Idaho.
WANTED--A LADY PARTNER IN A NICI
paying business. with a capital of about
fifteen hundred dollars; one who understands
dressmaking preferable. Inquire at this office.
-WANTED-A HUYEII FORI A PLATTED
trat of tihe beet residence ptooparty on
west side; price wy.down; hait cas. balan.eia
one year. Wm. Muth, agent.
W ANTED.-TO RUILD A sIX-ROOM HOUSE
with furnace and bath room complete for
$2,000. Call and' see plae; we know they will
suit. Wailse &Thornburgh. Denver building.
'Olt 'I HALE-U AIMPROVr]E PItOPEERTY
to trade for equity in improved. Steels a
Clements.
"a ANTED-'THE OWNER t)F A LABIO
V body of low (grlde, free milllng goll ore
want, a caDitalist who willt brilti a nill olthe
property otar a half interest. Apply to Wnm.
Buth. egt.
WAN'1EE-A CUHSTrOMEtt F UNI E OVU
the finest residence sites on west side; price
low for cash. Wm. Muth.
FOt TR.DE-IMPRIOVED PROPERTY TO
F trade tor unimproved. Steele & Clement.
I,) ANTIU--TO TITADE 8 AChIE- NEAbi
Grt Falls for helena propert. SBteele
Clements.
W AANTEDI-A IUYEIt FOl A I'IEC OF
i nside prpertyi Just the thing fpr rowit
flate closel, Main street. Wm. Muth.
I.ObT.
LOST-- UNCIt (.F KEYS WITH N. p.
Sswitch key attached, leave at MIl C. Nul
kern's and oblige.
] .T--ON THE WAGON ROAD BETWEEN
I Bonlder and Holena on July 80. . map of the
tnwnsite of Moulder. e oni. A liberal reward
will hb paid for information or upon the return
of sanme to A, H. Ifolter & Bro.. Helena Mont.
L .9-A tJi)W. BLACK. WITH REDD1SH
tinge, both horns broken. A euitable re
ward will be given to anyone returning her to
MIous of the taoocl ehpherd, corner Ninth ave
nue and Iloback street.
IOST A TWO-CAIiAT DIAMOND SIICEW
stud. b, wen the Hold block and corner of
lircadway amld Iladney street. Will give gte to
the tinder for its return. H Y. AtdCI[EN.
FOUND.
or St. I 'rsrd. one black and one yellhw.
Inqrulro at 11 larlk avenue.
FOOUSDD--P)CKETU U OK. OWNER C.AN
-'have some by ceilng at thli offie, proving
property and paying for this afiv,
NOTICk-IN THuE FIRT JUUDHITAL Dr
'tract eort, Lowl. and Clarke cozt.
of Montana.
Notice is hereby given that RoberP. P iP
-wright and uaroliue toe haring tiled a th
court ti air petition aking for an 0rdee and d
cre of thie court, dorectn_ a t n oriai
admiuistrator and 0 dmilatratz of the e0ts*
of Benljamin (. rooke, tsa4 to onv
hem all oe blok three hundred sad our
of thebrookes addition to the city oof elt,
accordance with the terms of a certain bond
tndertaking. tmade. a sted and delivered
said deceased In ti life time, on the 10th da
July, 1890, a Coy of which is to maid pettiion a
ahed and made a part thereof, the hearih o
which has been fixed by said court for Sat.rday
the 11th day of September, 1892, at ten o'cioo'
o.. of said d at the ourt room thereof, at th
court hoale n the city of Helena, countty o
laeºis and tairke. and all persons Interested I
said estate n notitfied then and there to
and show cause, if any there be, why the al
der and decree oould not be granted,
J OHlN BKAN, Cierk.
b13. . W IURTOn. Deputy t Jerk.
unober o.lrasoh. attorneys,
Dated July 0, 1692.
T efi. W. A. PASSAVANT, hm .-TO
Uare hereby notified that the underigne
comisasioners appointed bo the city council
ahees property according to benefits, for th
opening of Lawrence street according to ordi
nanco No. 140 of the city of Helena, atriro,
Inn 28, 1892, will meet at tle city hall, a thi
city, on ' hursday, the 2th day of A nAflst. 189'
at tree o'clock p. m. of said day, at which ta
and place you wll he given an oppcrtunily
,e heard, it you so desire, relative to the moe.e
ment to be made by said commissioners upop
lots1, ,2 t , land inbook Wo. 424 iath
Allen addtioun to the city of Helena, forth
opening of said Lawrence street.
1'. P. FULLERI,
Chairman.
0. B. TOTT.oN.
MOSES MORBIS,
Coinmieeolerrb
City hail. Helens Aug. 189 m er
O FFICi BTATE BOARD OF LAND COM
miessioners, Helena. Aug. 1, 1t92.-Notce
hereby given that on the ld day of feptember.
A. 1).. 1692, the state board of landE commiseio
era will expoie to publio cale at the coort house,
in the city of Helena. the follolwing real estatt
Lots it. a1 , .9,, 79 11,'18. 1517.1, 0 224, 4 9.
7,289, It, 88, inSlec. 1I. T, 10 N., . it . weet. Fc
ofr aid lots contains three acre' more or ae~e ac
cording to the plat thereof on lie with the state
hoard of land cnmmissionera, and is situated
near the city of Helena, Lewia and (olark.
county.
Terms of sale: Thirty per cent sash, balance
in revenr equal annual payments, with seven peg
rent interest. iMyable annualiy, to be sacured bh
a good and enlicient bond. Provied, that the
prcl.ser may hbae the option of paying the
wholeamount in cash.
101. K. TOOLl
Governor and Plreident of the Board.
Ion GANNON,
boot. Pub. nlust, and Secy. of the Board
bHERIFF'B BALL--H. M. I.I.ANDEGEB
and F. N. I randegee co-partners as Brands
gee Brothers, plaintiffs. vs C. H. Newbuy
lora Newbury, T. U. Kloinshmidt and f.
Clarke,' defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale anm
decree of foreclosure and Pale issued out of the
district court of the First judicial district of the
state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewls
and Clarke. on the 9th day of Agpst, A. 1D.
811, in the above entitled action, whdein H. hi.
Lratndgee and E. N. Brandagee, co-lpartners mls
Irandagee rrothess, the abo.ve named plain
titffs, obtained a judgment and deoree of tore
closure and sale arainst C. . P ewbury. Flora
Newbury, i. H. Ileinsehmidt and ii, t larke, deu
feidlants, on the 8th day of August, A. D. 192. foe
then sum of 2,490.5.0, besides interest, coats an i
attorney feen, which said decree was on the tth
day of Aneost. A. 1). 1t82. recorded in judgment
booik No. H" of aid court, at page - 1 am
commanded to selt all that certain lot, piece
or parcel of land, situate, lying and betintu in
the connty of lewis and Clarke, state of Mon
tan. and bounded and described as follows, to
wit:
Lot number one (1) in block number six hen
dred and six (030) of the lIoback and Cannon
aldition to the city of Helena, as said lot ano
block are more particularly designatedl and de
tcribed on the ofilcial plat of said addition, on
file in the office of the county clerk and reoorder
of Paid county.
Together with all snd singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be
loneine. or in anywlse appertaining.
Public noticeis hereby giventhat on Wednesday
the i. t day of ilutc-t. A. D. 1892., at 12 o'clock
m. of that day, at the front dour of the court
house Helena. Lewis and Clarke county. Mon
ta, will. int obedlienooce to said order of sale
and decree or foreclosure and raie, Pell the
above described property, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satlsfy said Judgmeat.
with inlerest and costs, to the highet and heel
bidder, fur cash in hand.
Given under my hand this 9th day of August,
CHAS. M. .JEFEIBS, Sheriff.
By IftALre G. JoHNsoN, Deputy dneriff.
ALIAS SUMIMONS-IN THE DISTRICT
court of the lilrt luditial district of the
tate of Montana in and for the countof o
Lewis a Clarke. Lepartment'No. L
Celeste Bernard, plaintiffl vs. Jean Baptiste
Bernard. defendant.
Tihe state of Montana sends greeting to the
above named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear i an action
brought against you by the above named plain
tiff in:eitrect court of the First judicial dis
trict of the state of Mlontana in and for the
county of llewi and Clarke, and to answer the
oplint fited thereln, within tan days
(exclusive of the day of service) after the
service on you of this summons, if served within
this county; or, if served out of this county, but
within this distrlot,.within twenty days: otherwise
within forty days, or judgment by default witi
be taken au lmst yin, according to the prayer of
said comtlalot.
The raid action is brought to obtain a decree
of this court dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing betweea yourself and this plain
tiff upon the ground of wilful dsoertiod and
abandonment of this plaintiff and your depar
ture from the state ot Montana without the in
tention of returning against her will and with
out the conselnt of this plaintiff.
And you are hereby notified that if yeon fail to
appar and answer the Paid complaint, as above
isquired, the sid pauaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demandled in said complaint.
Olven under my band and tne smel of the dis
trictcourlet of the First judicial district of the
state of Montana. in and for the eounty of Lewis
-- an Ic'larks. this 8th day of
( eal ) August. In the year of our Lord.
District one tihou.and eight hundred at
tourt. . ninety-two.
JOHN BEAN, Clark.
By i. i. IsoTlsioru, lepcty, lek.
Im rm A. t.Cauo x. Attorney for aisintilff.
Danub tali agm,
CIV Ibilldin w o
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