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KILLEDBY A BURGLAR.
THE FATE OF AN ENGLISHMAN
ANegro Fatally Cuts a Hotel Keeper^_A Woman's Good Shot^Caught^and Contested.
Londok.Keb. 11 -Kent, the landlord of^the Gloucester hotel at Swansea, was killed^by a burjilar this morning He retired^with his wife at a late hour, after looking^all the doors, lucludliiK tht^^e of his own^bed roou'. ikarly this inornluK ^i^ wife^beard a matra struck in the room and saw^a ne^ro in the act of UiChting a candle. She^awoke her husband and InnutHllately grap^^pled with the intruder, while the wife took^a pistol from under the pillow. As it was^too dark to take aim, she took a lighted^candle, and then tired, and the negro fell^wounded la the tblich, cursing the woman^Ue crept under the bed, but as the woman^was unlocking the door the negro emerged^and seizing a mirror threw it at her. It^missed her and extinguished the light.^The negro then succeeded in escaping.^When she relighted the caudle she discov^^ered that her husband's throat and stomach^had been cut with a razor. Kent lived loug^enough to describe the murderer. An^alarm was rained ami about noon the negro^was discovered at Dry Dock. He is a sea-^nian nauicd 1'oui Allen, and was badly^wounded and c^ered with IiHmkI. Allen^confessed and .id the motive was root* ry.^He concealed .mself lu the room before^the house v tjflosed.
ExtenslvsConflagration In Philadelphia 1 h^^Standard Oil Oomoany a Sufferer
I'mi a i'm i ui a. Keb. 11.^The extensive^establishment of James Wyetb A Bro.,^manufacturing chemists, at 1412 aud Hltf^Walnut street, burned yesterday. The^building was completely gutted and the^loss is estimated at between ^100,0^0 and^$300,000. The fire created great excite^^ment in the neighborhood. Families hast^^ily picked up their most valuable posses^^sions and moved to safer quarte s. The^guests of the llwtel Stratford w ere alarmed^and many of them moved out The theory^generally advanced Is that two combusti^^ble chemicals came into contact and started^the fire, which spread rapidly through the^crowded cellar. During the progress of the^fire the central portion of the double build^^ing fell, burying several firemen. George^.Show ers was takeu out dead and Abraham^havery and Wm. Buzzard injured, the lat^^ter quite seriously.
Theloss on the buildings, machinery and^stock aggregated $600,000, on which there^Is an Insurance of over $800,000. The loss^on the annex to the Hotel Stratford,^which was also partly damaged, will be^about $40,000: covered by insurance.
Afire broke out in the Standard Oil com^^pany's works, at Constable Hook, N. J.,^last night, and the main buildings were^burned. Kor several hours the lower part^of New York bay was brightly Illuminated.^All attempts to quench the flames on the^part of the firemen proved futile. The long^is estimated at between $60,000 and $75,000
ThaTory Government's Harsh Measures In Ire^land Danouncad hi Hyde Park.
London,Feb. 11.^Notwithstanding the^fact that a heavy snow storm prevailed^here yesterday, the demonstration an^^nounced to be held in II ydel'ark to denounce^the government's coercive measures In Ire^^land and to express sympathy with William^O'Brien was successfully carried out A^thousand citizens, chiefly from the work-^iugmen and radical clubs, attended the^meeting, marching to the park through the^storm with bands and banners. Speeches^were delivered from twelve platforms.^The resolution, which was put simultane^^ously at all of the platforms and carried^amid ureal cheering, declare that the citi^^zens of London condemn the brutal policy^of coercion, protest against the govern^^ment's uncivilized treameut of political^prisoners and demand the release of Irish^patriots whose only crime is the exercise of^the ordinary rights of free spetch. The^socialists occupied one platform, which^was decorated with red tiags, and at which^was displayed a banner with the inscrip^^tion, *'Ueiueiul^er Chicago.^ The speakers^at this platform utilized the occasion to de^^nounce the landowners and capitalists.^Perfect order was maintained throughout^the proceedings, and the host of policemen
fireseuthad nothing to do except to regu-^ate traffic.
HuseellB. ^Looking Into^ Things^New York Herald: Kussell Harrison Is^Intrusted by his father to examine Into the^political situation here. A dinuer party^was given last night by Mr. Whltelaw^Held in honor uf ^oung Mr. Harrison, and^several journalists connected with republi^^can papetH in the city were among the^guestH. Kussell was a newspaper man In^Montana. Among politicians up town last^night young Mr. fiarrUton's decision to re^^main here was taken as a pretty good Indi^^cation that the prettideni-elect had not yet^solved the New York problem. Russell,^in conversation with several persons here^yesterday, among wereex congressman I .^
6anM Hoot, ol Arkansas, admitted he had^usiness here of a political character,^^hike his father,^ said Mr. Itoot, ^he Is^gifted with the power to hold his tongue,^so that he did uot go into further details^about the ohject of,his visit^ The report^that Mr. Whltelaw Keid would likely rep^resent Sew York in the cabinet was much^commented upon, and many of the politi^^cians thought that because the Harrisons^were his guests the president elect must^think pretty well of Mr. Keid.
Horeewhlppedby Hli wit.
NewYork Herald; Johu Keynolds, a^good looking man of about VO, has been In^the employ of the Kdison electric labora^^tory at West Orange, N. .1., for some time^past, Ue went to Orange from New York^each week and passed among his associates^as a single man. His fellow employes no^^ticed that he was specially attentive to a^pretty girl employed In the establishment,^and his attentions were evidently received^with favi r. Kumors that Keynolds was^not sing!** began to be circulated, and on^Saturday last Mrs. Keynolds appeared,^and after obtaiuiug from her recHintraut^lord his wages drew a rawhide tioni be^neath her wrap and proceeded to avenge^ber wrongs with true feminine pluck and^determination.
Thevictim writhed under the lash and^was restraint d from n tuning in kind onl)^by the presence of a number of bis fellow^workmen, who atood by and were ready to^protect ihe wronged wife. The enraged^woman laid on her blows lustily until tired^out Then she threw the broken whip into^her husband's face with the remark:^'There, now, you in-ant, let me see you^making U . e to another girl, will tou T*
Sheat once wont to the depot of the New^York A Greenwood l ake rat road an^1 look^a tram to this city. Her husband follow* d^her by a latir train a much subdued and^is wiser man.
Onto Washington!^During the ^late unpleasantness^ the-^motto was ^On to Klchmond'** Now the^cry Is, ^On to Washington!*' to witness the^Inauguration of Gen. Harrison on the 4th^of March. The dlsplsy on that occasion^will surpass In magnificence any previous^inauguration. To the people of the north^^west. ^The Burlingtou^ offers a rate of one^fare for the round trip, from all stations.^The elegant equipment, superb track, and^fast time of ^Tha Burlington,^ with its^ability to take care of great excursion par^tlea, make It the popular line for this oc^^casion, and it nan already be*n selected by^the Minneapolis Klatntmau club and their^friends for the Washington journey. Tick^^ets will be on sale at all stations from Keb.^27 to March 2, Inclusive, good to leave^Wsshlngton on the return trip up to the^evening of March 8. For tickets, rates and^any informatloo, call on your local ticket^agent, or address W. J. C. Kenyoo. gen^^eral passenger agent, St i'aul.
TrainsLighted by Electricity,^and healed by steam, are the latest im^^provements for the benefit of Its patrons,^adopted by toe Chicago, Milwaukee A ^u
l'aulrailway. The vestibuled trains of^this company, to and from Chicago, are^now equipped with the very finest sleeping^cars ever turned out by the Pullman com^^pany. These cars contain twelve sections^and a drawing room and smoking room;^have three lavaiorle* for ladies and three^tor gentlemen, supplied with hot and cold^water. The cars are equipped with niodeVn^closets, and two of the sections in each car^are diaped to secure privacy when desired.^The entire train Is lighted by incandescent^electric lights, enabling passengers to read^the finest print in any part of the car with^^out difficulty.
Nosuck trains were ever before run In^the northwest, and they are well wortky^the Inspection ot the public.
Theprompt adoption of all Improve^^ments for the comfort and safety of the^traveling public by this great company ac^^counts tor it* high position in the estima^^tion of the people, and gives It the bulk of^their patronage, notwithstanding the ad^^vent of old and new lines into the Held of^c mpetitiou.^ I'aul Pioneer Press.
lha People In tha North Country Actively^Pushing their Division Plana
Calumet:A delegation of prominent^citizens from Dupu/er came to town last^Thursday to confer with the property^holders of Choteau and vicinity In regard^to the bill soon to be introduced In the leg^^islature for the establishment of the new^county of Teton. While the Dupuyerpeo^pie are unanimously in favor of a new^county and Choteau as the county seat,^they naturally desire that the interests of^all sections shall be represented in the bill.^A committee of five, with O. G.Cooper as^chairman and John Jackson, Jr. as secre^^tary, was appointed to meet and arrange^matters satisfactorily with the delegation.^The meeting was very harmonious and re^^sulted in a unanimous endorsement of each^and every fealure of the bill, and the selec^^tion of the following-named gentlemen to^nerve as county officers until the next regu^^lar election:
Countycommissioners. O. U. Cooper, J.^K. Taylor, W 1). Jones-clerk and recor^^der, Fargell; treasurer, C. W. Cooper* sher^^iff, Geo. Richards; probate judge, James^Gibson: public administrator, John A.^Keuned\; coroner, Dr. Wamaley. No can^^didates nave yet been nominated for the^offices of superintendent of public schools,^county attorney and county surveyor.^James Gibson declined the office of probate^judge.
SanFrancisco and Los Angeles Excur^^sion Rates.
OnJanuary 15th and the sa*ue date each^month thereafter, the Union Pacific rail^^way company will sell excursion tickets to^San Francisco at the following rates from^Helena, (iolng and returning via Ogden,^$75; going via Ogden and returning via^Portland (either by rail or steamer between^San Franclsce and Portland) or vice versa,^-'^^ Los Angeles sud return, going via^Ogden and returning same, $85 Tickets to^the above points include side trips, Ogden^to Salt Lake City and return. All the^above tickets are good sixty days golng.ex-^treme limit sis months from date of sale^ami allow stop-over privileges In both di^^rections within the limit. Through Pull^^man cars between Helena and Pocatello^via the Montana Central and Hutte, leaving^Helena dally at 7:20 a. m.
A.K. Vkazik,^Trav. Pass. Agt, 28 N. Main st
ASure Cure for Piles.
Dr.Kirk's German Pile Ointment has^cured Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles^when all other ointments have failed. It^absorbs the tumors, allays the Itching at^once, acts as a poultice, given Instant re^^lief. Ik Kirk's tierman Pile Ointment Is^prepared only for piles and itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Kvery^box Is warranted. Sold by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price, 50 cents^snd $1 per box. Sold by K. S. Hale ^ Co.,^Helena.
Itchingpiles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able Itching after getting warm. This^form, as well as blind, bleeding and pro^^truding piles, yield at once to the applica^^tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Kemedy, which^acts directly upon the parts affected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the intense^itching and effecting a permanent cure.^Fifty cents. Address The In. Bosanko^Medicine company, I'luua, O. Sold by It^S. Hale A Co.
Inhis new discovery for consumption, suc^^ceeded in producing a medicine which is^acknowledged by all to be simply marvel^^ous. It is exceedingly pleasant to the^taste, perfectly harmless, and does not^sicken. In all cases of consumption,^coughs, colds, whooping cough, croup,^bronchitis and pains In the chest It has^given universal satisfaction. Dr. Bosan^^ko's Cough and Lung Syrup Is sold at 50^cents by K. S. Hale a Co.
1have used St. Patrick's Pills,^ says^Mr. J. Reynolds, of 11 ay field, Ky., ^and^pronounce them superior to any I have^ever before used. 1 ao not hesitate to rec^^ommend them, knowing them to be reli^^able.^ They are thorough, yet gentle In^their action and leave the sjatem In splen^^did condition. As a catharthic, or for dis^^orders of the liver, St. Patrick's 1 Ills have^no equal. For sale by U. M Parchen.
Chamberlain'sCough Kemedy Is famous^for Its prompt snd effectusl cures of coughs^snd colds. The most severe cold may be^loosened and relieved by a few doses of^this valuable remedy. For sale by H. M.^Parchen A Co.
Themost remarkable cure of scrofula on^record have been accomplished by Hood's^Sarsapanlla, Try It Sold by all drug-^glsts.
Curefor Sick Headaches.^If you want a remedy for biliousness,^pimples in the face, and a sure cure for^sick headache, ask It. S. Hale A Co., the^druggists, for a free sample of Dr. Gun's^Mvcr pills. Only one for a dose. Full^box 25 cents.
Thefollowing, from the pen of Mr. U Pi^HIrdwell, editor of the Marion (Iowa) Pi^^lot, will, we believe, be of interest to manv^of our readers. He ssys: ^It Is with^pleasure that I certify to the real merits of^Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1 have^used it in my family for years and have al^^ways found It most excellent, and espe^^cially for colds, croup and sore throst. It^Is sste and effective.^ For sale by MM^Parchen.
Personstroubled with rheumatism should^try Chamberlain'* Pain Balm. One appli^^cation will cease the pain, and its contin^^ued use has cured many cases of chronic^snd lnflamttory rheumatism that had re^^sisted other remedies and even the treat^^ment of the best physicians. Price 50 cents^per bottle. For sale by H. M. Parchen A
Thereis no danger in giving Chamber^^lain' Cough Kemedy to children, as it con^^tains no injurious substance; besides It is^Bay ^iualed tor colds and croup. Children^like It. For sale by 11. M Puchen A Co.
rfmiTfci7*lw7-^1 was suffering from an unusually bad^cough, my lungs were sore and congested,^and 1 consulted one of the best physicians^In Helena, whose prescriptions failed to^relieve me. I became alarmed, and at the^suggestion of s friend purchased a bottle of^Acker's Knglish Remedy for roughs, and^after taking it according to directions was^completely cured. J therefore cheerfully^recommend itJacob Switzeb,
1had a racking rough and Inflamed^throat and bought a bottle of Acker's Kng^^lish Itemed) upon the recommendation ot a^friend, and was entirely cnred bv it I^consider it a never failing remedy for a^eough.J- Fei.obkk**.
Acker's~ngllah preparations are for sale^In Helena only bv R. ft. Hale A Co.
WhenIUby was sl^*k. we fava bar CawSorla,
Whanaba waa a Child, sha cried for CaatoHa*^When m\m became Mien, aba clung to Caaturfa,^Whru aha bad Child ran, aba gave than Caetorla,
Isone of the moat prevalent of dli^Pew persous have perfect digestion.^One of Ayer*s Pills, takeu after dinuer,^or a dose at night before retiring, never^fails to give relief iu the worst eases,^and wonderfully assist* the princes of^nutrition. As a family tuediclue, Ayer's^Pills are unequaled.
JamesQuinn. 90 Middle st., Hartford,^Conn., testifies : ^I have used Ayer'a^Pills for the past thirty years and con-^aider them an invaluable family medi^^cine. I kuow of no better remedy for^liver troubles, and bave always fouud^them a prompt eure for dy*j^epsia.
LuciusAlexander, of Marble head,^Mass., waa lung a severe sufferer from^Dyspepsia, complicated with enlarge^^ment of the Liver, most of the time^beiug unable so retaiu any food in his^stomach. Three buses of Ayer's Pills^cured him.
FredericC. Greener, of East I Km 1 ham,^M i^- for several mouths troubled w ith^Indigestion, was cured before he used^half a box of these Pills.
fbefaebdAyer ^ Co.
Dr.J. C. Ayer ^ Co., Lowell, Mass.^bvlJ by all Druggists and Dealvrt lu Madlclna.
W.H. BAKER ^ CO.
LowPrices On Kid Gloves.
4Button InihruUlared backs, In Black eo
4 ^^^ Teat$1.*
| ^i^^ ^ L'adrassad l.UU
Ladlsa'Collars, ^ oanta.
Bargainsoa our 5 an 1 M cent counters.
Hasjust received a full Una of
1MM: KM .KIM. GOODS!
Tbefinest ever brought to Helena.
Meta'ic,Metalic Lined and C oth^Coveted Caskets,
Foradulta and children. Lateat desltrns tn^ladles' and gents' rol.je and wrappers,^floral wreaths.
Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
Openday sr.-1 night Practical undertaker In^charge. Bodies tsken tn charge and preserved^any length of lime. Orders from tke country will^receive prompt attention.
0rix r Broadway and Warren Htree ,^OppofUt* Di 8. Ann*, Office,
UKLUNA,^ ^MO UTAH/,
THOB.O'BHIKN * SON, Propfi
NewlyPitted and Nawly Furnished throoghoti^I Arties sad Oenlr Hatha. Barber Hhop, Bar an^^BUlard Hail, with all Modern lmproTemente
Withspecial accomodations for Commercial^Travelers.
'BUBKl'NH TO AND FROM ALL TRAIN*.
OhemiealLaboratory.^J. T. GOVH,
mIv.tg Id and lead
.5 00^. 50^. 1 50
Dr.Swallow offera bis sendees In haylnn snd^wiling Mlnee, thinking his long acquaintance with^the mlnee of the country and forty years experi^^ence in mining maybe oaefol to operetora.^has several valuable mines for sale, and baa bos 1^nees connections with several eastern parties who^wish to hay Montana mines.
OfficeHt. Louis Block, No 17* Main street.
^W Murray's Specific.
JajZ S guaranteed cure for ^ll nerve us dl*^Swg eases, such as Weak Memory, Loss ol^F^ llralri Power. IKn^-rU. Headache Pain^*amT0MMn the Back, Nervous Proetretifm.Wak*^fulneea, l^eucorrhiea, I'nlversal IjMaltnde. He ml^nal Weakness, Impotency and general lose of^power of the Generative Organa^ In either Sex,^caused by Indiscretion or over exertion, and which^ultimately lead to Premature Old Age, Insanity^and Consumption tl a box or six boxes for %f^^Bent by mall on receipt of price. Full particulars^tn pamphlet, sent free to every applicant.
WeGuarantee Mix Boxaa^to cure any case. For every i order re^^ceived, ws send alx boxes, with a written^guarantee to refund th** money If our^Specific doea not effect a cure. Addr^es^all communications to tbe Hole Manufac^turera* THE Mt'KKAY MBD1CINKCO..
Kansaacity, Mo^For ssl^ In Helena by H M Pahtuih * Co.
I'iifermentedand not^intoiicating. Acta like^a charm in all rases of Diar^^rhoea and Dysentery and all^stomach and bowel troubles.^Grateful alike to women, chil^^dren and convalescents, pivot^a delicious flavor to ice-water,^lemonade or soda-water.
Importedand bottled by^Mihalovitch, Flstches A Co.^Cincinnati, O. For sale by
J.SWTTZBK, sole e*ent, Helena, Montana and^all wholesale and retail Druggists, UfStl Dealers^and Wloe Merchants everywhere.
WEAKAdTice Pre* I Hot U let f
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Inthe District court of the Urat Judicial Dis^^trict of the Territory of Montana, In and fur tha^oounty of l^ewls ana Clarks
HugsKlrkeadall and Peter Larson en-partners^usrtet the firm nam* of Laraen A Ktrkendall,^l^l*lnilff^. ttuiletuK Hryaui, defendant
Ther-'i'iH of the Territory of Montana send^greeting to the *t^v^ named defendant:
Yonare hereby required lo a|^i^ear In an actloa^brought airalnat you br the abo\* named plaintiff^In tbe District Court ot tbe first Judicial District^of the Territory of Montana, In and for the^county of l*ewls and Clarke, and to answer the^comt^feint hied therein, wlihlnten days ^exclusive^of the day of aervt*e) after the service on yon of^tl Is summons. If served within this county; or If^served out of this county, but In tills district,^within twenty daya; otberwlee within forty days,^or Judirment ny default will be tak*n ajralnat you^according to the prayer of BBSS complaint. The^said acUen Is brought to recover judgment for^the sum of four hundred and twenty sli and 4**^m^ dollara, with internet thsreon fivm the Hia day^of Dec*1 uioer, A. D. IttM, at ihe rste ot ten per^cent per annum upon a certain piMmlsaory note^allegwd to bave ' ^* n made, SSgSSJSSf and del It^erwf by yonreelf to said plaintiffs for value re^^ceived, on said day, and to become due and paya^^ble thirty dsye altei the date thereof with Interest^at the rati* al tan cent per ennurn, which said^note, It la allefed, you have not paid
Andy^u are ^aflatf aotl(l*d that If you faU to^appear and a ewer tbe said complaint, as i^iove^required, the said i IsUiUffs will take Judgment^for tbe sum demanded in tbe complaliit, u^ wit.^for the sum of four hundred and twenty six ana^H'-IUU dollars, with Interest thereon from Dec. 8,^ltee^, st the rste of ten per cent per annum.
ilven un ler my hand and the eeal of the Die-^trlctooartof the first judicial district of the terrl^torr of Montana, In and for the county of Lewis^and Clarke, this ivth day of January. In the^year ot our Lord one thouaar d eight hundred and^eighty-nine
(Heal.)K W MoCONNKLL, Clark
ByLbom A. 1 aCnoix, Deputy Clark.
Sanders,Cullen A banders, att'ya for plaintiffs
Elearn: Suspsasory. tnmr^uitMwl tha tuimx tiuwvrful,^durftOie aad perfact Chsio^ba^^ry In ^ he ^^*rld. Ourw.^wnttoul mwdtoin*, S-rv.-j-^Paln la tb* Kuk KMmf ln^e^^^aaasaaUam. W^^kaM* of Hai^i^l
[.^TT T ui h^ (^V VoIsaJl r'JmenUi $
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Thisla to notify the public that Wing- Wen baa^purchased the enUre Interest of Lee Lung la^tte* bins wash house. r^o Ml Clore street Wis*^Wah has kept s Bretciaas laundry In San Fran^Cisco, sad fuareau-ee tbe people of He Una good^work aad cneepfprtoea-
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Cattoria,
Inthe District court of tbe Plret judicial district^of the Territory of Montana In and for the county^of Lewis and Clarke.
P.T. Dow, plaintiff, vs Martha Alice Dow, da^fendsnt summons.
Thepeople of the Territory of Montana, aend^greeting to tbe above named defendant
Yonare hereby required to appear In an acUon^brought against you bv the above named plaintiff^in tbe DUtrlct court of the First Judicial district^of the Territory of Montana, In and for the cointy^of Lewis aad Clarke, and to ansaer the complaint^died therein, within ten daya (exclualve of the day^of service) after the service on you of this sum^mons. If served within this county l or, If served^out of this county, but In this district, within^twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or Judge^ment by default will t^e taken against you, accord^^ing to the t^rsver of said complaint. The eaid ac^^tion la brought for the uurpoae of obtaining a^Judgment of this court tliat the bonds of luslrl^mony between the plaintiff and defendant be dls^solved and that said marriage be declared vacated^and of no effect, for that aald defendant in the^year at Myrtle t reek, l^onglaa rounty, state^of Oregon, willfully and without any reaeonahle^cause, deserted, abandoned and abeeuled herself^from plaintiff for the apace of one year, and ever^has and still contlnuee to willfully* ana without^cause deeert and sbeent herself from plaintiff ami^to live separate and apait from him againat his^will and wltbeut his consent and without any^reseonable cause. Kor such other and t urther re^lief as to the court may seem meet and proi er in^tbe prt-mlsea
Andyou are herehy noUfle^l that If yon fall to^appear and answer tbe complaint, as above re^^quired, tbe eaid plaintiff will apply to the court^for tbe relief demanded in this com: lalnt
(livenunder my band and tha eeal of the dls^trlctcourt of the rlret Judicial District of the^Territory of Montana, In and for the county of^Lewis aad Clarke, this sfltth dsv of January in the^year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and^elghtv nine.
[tteal|F. W. MrCONMKLL,
A.C.Botklnand Ueorge F. Hbelton, attorneys^for plaintiff
inthe District Court of tka First Judicial Dis^^trict of the 1 errltory ^ f Montana, In and for the^Connty of Lewis and Clarke.
Bach,Cory .v Co., pialnttffa, vs. J. P. Laur, de^^fendant.
Thepeople of the Territory of Montana, aend^greeting to the above named defendaat:
Tooare herehy required to appear In an action^brought against you by the above named plaintiff^In tbe District court of tbe First Judicial Dlatrict^of the Teirltory of Montana, In and for the^County of Lewis and Clarke, and lo answer the^complaint tiled tht-retn, within ten daya 'exclu^^sive of the day of sei vice i after the aervtoe on you^of this summons, if served within this connty, or,^If serves out of this county, hnt In this district,^wlihln twenty dais, otherwise within forty days,^or judgment by defsult will be taken againat yon,^according to the prayer of aald complaint. The^eaid ai lion la brought to recover the sum of^AN* R and costs of suit. Said sum of |6UH.:t7 al^^leged to be due upon a balance of an account for^goods, wares and merchandise, sold and delivered^to you by plaintiffs at your special instance and^re^ ue* l
Andyou are hereby noUfled, that If you fall to^appesr and answer the said complaint, aa Shaves^required, the aald plaintiffs will take Judgment hy^defsult against you for aald sum of - and
(Jlvenunder my band and tbe seal of the Dls^trlct ( uurt of tbe Klrat Judicial District of the^Territory of Montana, In and for th* County of^Lewis and Clarke, this ITth day of November In^the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred^and eighty-eight.
ftiBAMF W. Mi ^ 'ON'NKLL Clark.
ByLbon a, Lat itoix. Deputy Clerk.
Turnerand Burleigh, attorneys for plaintiffs.
Propose*to start for New York to purchase^Hprlng Uoods within a short time, there^^fore will effer
OverTen Thousand Dollars1
MILLINERYI FANCY GOODS.
(treatBargains will he offered In Tmimed and^I'utrlmined
Plushes65c per YarJ.
Kid Qlovas, Embroidered Backs, 76 cants.
(toodsmust he aold within W days to make
roomfor spr!ni (iooda.
H.TONN,^3 North Main Ht , 11 - * Mont
Allkinds of merchandlne and other^freights. Including ores, promptly tramv^frTrwi from depot.
Offlosat J. Fflldborg'* store and at the^depot. Orders will recetre prompt at^ten lion.
Notlosis hereby gtren tl.at there will be a meet^^ing of lh^ Helens Mining and Hedurtlon com pant^al tbe offlrs of e^td com pea v, to wit: At tbe par^lore of the First National Bank wf Helena, In Hel^ena. M T , oa Wedaeeday, the liftb day of Febru^^ary, A 1^ 1WV. at it o'clock p m . for the purpoae^of eubtulttlng to the stockholders of said corpora^tloa a propoaluon to leaae all of the property of^ssld Helens Mining and heductlon company to^the Helens and Livingston Smelting anu Reduc^^tion romi^any for a period of two rears or lonter.^The property ao proposed to be leaaed la dlatlnct^ly epWlded aa fallows, to wit:
1.NB W ^t Hac 11, Tp. 7 n , K. 4 W , and five^scree situate In the al M of the M W. Sec, ft, la^ihe township and range aforesaid, and being tbe^property abere on le altuaUd the t'orbln conren^^fait
ft.The Alta California lode mining claim and^Alts California mill site, being lots MA and MB^laTp. 7 N . H. 4 W Alao Faith lode and mill^site, being lote 4 ia aad 4SH In the townehlp and^imige aforesaid. Alao the Custer lods aad mill^site, being respectively lota 71A and 71B In the^township and range al ore said. Also the NorUi^] v::. i .;e and mill site, being lots No M and 01^Aleo, Ntmewbers lode aad mill alta, being re^^spectively lote (ISA aad *^AH. Aleo the Alia Bro^^ke^lode ano mill alte, helpg respectively lota 7. \ and^TftB And the Urand Father lode and mill^slut, being reepectlvaly lots 77A ard 7TB, and all^of aald nilnlnif claims and mill sites being la tbe^township and range aforesaid
8.The t hlorotflJting and amalgamating works^and mill site, ttelng lot No 59; concantrstlng^works mill site, t^elng lot No V-. smelting works^mill site, lot M); all la townthlp No 7 north,^rsnge 4 weat. together with the anteltlng and re^^duction worke thereon situated, and all t^h^la, ma^^chinery, supplies fist urea aad personal property^therrunto lielttnglng or used In connection there^with, and all appurte iaa^er, rights, prlUlegea^ano franrbl^es.
4The to met l^k)ef twins lot No ^). easterly U^1MUU acres of lot No. 4ft, ail in Tp 7 N.H.SW.^and water right and ditcbee appurtenant to ^ald^last mentione^l tract.
LotNo. 1 la block No. ft In Comet townalte,^Jefferson county, Montana Territory.
Alaothe rope tramway from tha Coiuet mine to^tbe font of the Cvmet hill.
ft.One hundred and ten acree In tbe NW ^ of^Seem. Alao one hundred and ality In and a*i^joining Ue SW k of r*c ftl. All in Tp. No 7^S . H 4 W.
S. ALo the Kayette lode. Alpha lode and ICats
rodureend( oitnulselon Compauv, plaintiff, vs.
lane,M F Root aad John^W. Cleary,|defendanis^The peojde of ^1 territory ot Montana, aend^reeling to the above named defendant, J V.^SPJ
Youare hereby required to appear In an action
roughtagainst you nv the above nsmed plalutlfls^In the district court of tbn first judicial district ot^the territory of Montana, In and for the county ot^Lewie and Clarke, and to aaswer the complaint^and supplemental complaint Sled therein,^wlthin ten days (exeluslre of tha day or^service) after tne service oa yon of this earn-^mons. If eervad within thla county; or, It aerved^oat of this county,hut In this district,within twen^^ty da^ a .otberw lee wlihln fortydeys,or Judgment by^default will t^e taken against yon, according to the
rayerof aald complaint. The aald action Is^brought to recover judgment againat the defend^^ant, J. I* Laur. for the sum of three hundred and^fifty and Y100 dollars, with Interest thereon from^tke 19th day of November, ItWH, at the rata often^per ceat per annam, for a balance of account for^(oods. wares and mercbandlae aold and delivered
yplaintiff to defendant, J I* l^aur, between the^ist dav of June, 1HMS( aad the i^th day of Novem-^tier, 1WH. For Judgment and decree of tble court^declaring that tne Judgment of tbe Justice ot ihe^peace court of Helena township, Lewis and Clarke
ounty,Montana Territory, Terrene* (J. Donnell,
uatlceof the peace. In the caere of Tbomaa Kane^vs. J, P. Laur and M F. Koot vs. J F. Laur, ren^^dered ky said Justice oourt on the IMh day of I)e-^^ -u -t, l*av% are void and of no effect, and that all^tke proceedings under said judgment be quasiif d^and de tared uf no fffect. That said detendante^Hoot, Kane and Cleary l^e declared true'eee of tn*^property snd money received and held by them^under and by x lrtue of said judgment and pro
oedlns of said Justice court, and that (hey hold^the same for ths uae and benefit of said .) V Laur^and aa his property subject to the claims of the^plaintiffs herein. That said plaintiffs have jadg^ment against said Knot, Kane and (Tenryforthe^amount of their clsliu against said Laur: and that^said Koot, Kane and ('leery l^e by an order of this^court dlrecten to pay the said sum lnte this court^to aatltfy any Judgment said plal' tlffs may re^^cover herein againat said Laur: for such other and^further relief as to this court may seem meet aad^Just in the premises, and forcoete of suit
Andyou are hereby notified, that If yon fall to^appear and at.ewer ibe said complaint, as above^required, the said plaintiff will apply to the caori^for the relief demanded In the complaint and sup^^plemental complaint.
tilvenunder my hand and the seal of the district^conrtofthe First Judicial district of tbe terrllor*^of Montsna, lu and tor tbe coanty of Lewie and
larke,thla loth day of January, In the year *f
urLord one thousand eight hundred and eighty
(eiAU)F W MoCONNBLL, Clerk.
GeorgeW. Hheltoi. and A. C. BoUtln, attorneys^for plaintiffs.
11^ Warran at Tabsphona 310
lodemining claims In Colorado mining' district,^Jefferson county, Montana. Also the B ^^Si of MB k of HIV Mac. 31, Tp ft N.. K.^geth. r wltn the tenements, neredltamente and^appurtenance*.including all water rlghte and water^ditches thereunto Itelonglng. All ol said forego^lug property being situate In the coualt of Jef^^ferson and territory of Montana, and being or In^tendad to t*^ all of the property, real, peraonsl or^mixed belonging lo aald Helena Mining and Be^^lut lion compaay.
H M. IMC H KN,^M. B. DOWN8,^M II KKBFB.^W. B. Cl'LLBN,
inthe District Court of tha Flrat Judicial Dla^trlct of ths territory of Montana, In and for tfis^oantyof I^wls and clsrke^D. j, Welch and I) U. Htlllmaa, partnera la^usiness under the firm name and style ol Helena
Inthe District Conrtof the Flrat Judicial Ms^trlct of the Territory of Montana, in and for the
ountyof Lewie and Clarke.
JacobHwltaer, plaintiff, vs. J. J. Bchenk, de^^fendant
Tbepeople of ihe Territory of Montana, aend^greeting to the above named cetendant:
Yonare hereby required to appear in an action^brought againat you by the above named plaintiff^In tbe dlatrict court of the fret Judicial district^of the territory of Montana, In and for therounty^^f Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the. complaint^Sled therein, within ten daya (exclusive of the day^f service) after the eervlce on you of thle anm^mona. If eerted within thla county: or. If aerved^out ot this county, but In this district, within^twenty days | otherwise within forty days, or Judg^ment ny default will l^e taken against you, accord^lng to ins prayer of aald complaint The eaid ac^tlon Is brought to recover tbe sum of four hundred^and seven dollars and fifty rents foi balance dna^a account of goods and merchandlae and llipmra^aold and delivered, at their reaeonahle value, to^defendant by plaintiff between January first, |hhh,^and Jansary flrat, 18HS; and to recover also f-'ll'^due and psyaMe on a promissory note, of which^plaintiff Ik t' ^- older and owner for value eiacuted^and delivered lo plaintiff by defendant on A uguat^second, IHbH, paya dr one dav after date with Inter^eat at one per cent p^ r month frosa date until paid,^and made and delivered In aald county of Lswla
Anilyou are hereby notified, that If von fall to^appear and answer the said c^ mplaint, aa above^required, tbe eaid plaintiff will take default and^tnke Judgment for the aum demanded In tha com^^plaint, vf/, 17-'^ fto, and coats of suit.
(iven under my band and the eeal of the district^court of the first judicial district of tha Territory^of Montana, In and for the county of Lewis and^Clarke, this 2nd day of January, In tbe \ear of our^Lord one thousand alght hundred and elgbty nine^'SAUL.IF. W MrCoNN'BLL, Clerk,
aseyA Voee, Attorneys for J'lalntlff.
Inthe District Coart of tbe First Judicial die^trlct oi'ths Territory of Montana, In and for the^connty of l^*wis ana Clarke.
B.Harrla, plaintiff, va. John McKlMertck,^defendant.
Thepeople of the Territory of Montana aend^greeting to the above nam**d defendant:
Youare hereby required to appear In an artlun^brought sgalnst yon by tbe above named plaintiff,
Inthe district court of the First Judicial Dlatrfct^of the Territory of Montana, In and for the count*^f Lewla and t larke, and to answer the i ornplalql^filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day^tt service) after the service on you of this sum^mons. if served within thla county; or, If aerved^out of thla countv, but la thla dlatrict, within^twenty daya; otherwise within forty daya, or^Judgment by default will lie taken againat you,^according to the prayer of aald complaint. Tne^aald action Is brought to recover ih^- aum of one^hundred and eighty eight and '*^ I'll dollara^'tine '*), for goods, wares and merchandlae aold^and delivered to you at yoor epeelnJ Inalance and^request, between the dates of May Hth, lHhh, and^June 5th, leHH and for coeta of ihla suit
Andyou are herebv notified, that If you fall to^appear and answer tne ssld complaint, ae above^required, tha aald plaintiff will take Jndguieni^for ike sum of fliei.Mi and coats of suit.
Htenunder my hand and the aeai of tbe dla^trlct court ^rt the First Judicial District of tbe^Territory of Montana, In and for the county of^Lewla and * Tarka, thla 14th day of January, In the^year of our Lord one tbouaand eight hundred and^eighty nine.
[sbal.]P. W. McCONNKLL, Clark
Hit Dtvtsff, Attorney for Plaintiff
lathe District Court of tha First Judicial Dls^'ri t f the Territory of Montana, In aad for the^Connty of Lewis and Clarka.
NathanH Vestal, plaintiff, va O. M. Towner^defendant
Thapeople of the Territory of Montana aend^greeting to the above named defendant:
Youare hereby required to appear In an * tlon^brought against you by tha abova named plaintiff^tn tbe Dlatrict Court uf the Flrat Judicial DUtrlct^of the Territory of Montana, la and for the^^'ounty of Lewla and ^ iarke, and to answer the^complaint filed therein, within tea days (eicloe-^lveof the day of servl'e) after the service on you^of thla summons. If aerved within this county;^or, if aerved oit of this County, but within thla^District, within twenty daya, otherwise within^forty days, or Judgment by default will be taken^against yon, according to the prayer of said com^plaint The said v il- n la brougnt to recover Ihe^sum of five huo^r*d aad eighty all aad ff^^ 1QM dol^I ere, adeg-d to lie due upon a prsmlaanry ante^dat^d July 1L DM, due slity days after data, for^five hundreo and t^n aad 30-100 dollara. with la^tereat at the rate of one par cant per month after^maturity until paid, and reaeonahle attorney a^faaa.
Aadyos are berabr notified that If you fall to^appear and answer tne aald complaint, aa above^required, the aald plalnUff will take Judgment^a atnit you by default for the sum of 07 piO^wltS lnterert aa aforesaid and attorney a fees.
'Hvenunder my band and the real^uf tha District Court of the First^J^., t Judicial District of tha Teirltory^I IUL f Montana, In aad for the County of
Lewis and Clarke, thla 7th day of
Februarr,in tha rear of onr Lord^one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine.
FW MoCONNHLL, Clerk^K U Da viae, ntt y for plaintiff
Applicationfor a Patent.
U.H 1 4 a omos, I^Helena, Montana, January ^,1HHS. |
Noticela herebv given that th^ helra of Auguat^Foller, deceased, hy Lentae Fi Her. admlnlatretrtx,^whnee poeUifflce addraee la Helena, Montana,^haa thla day (Had appllcatloa for a patent,^under the mining lawa of cctngreaa. for a placer^mining claim deelgnated as lot No. M, survey No,^MM, situated In unorganised mining district,Lewis^and Clarke county, Montana Terrltorv, In se^ lion^^ta, towaahlp 10, north range 4 weet, which claim^Is not of record, and deecrlbed aa follows la tha^official plat and field notee on file la thla office:^beginning at corner No. 1, a Umeet*me lbxTx^ tna.^and running thence a. SS* a. 1 SS chains, tbeaos a.^*T a. it.14 chains, thence a. 4H* a, K.SH chains,^thence a s-.*%i'e. 6 50 chains, thence a. 8^V w.^1 W chains to corner No S of thla survey, the^same being corner No. 1H of lot No. 47. placer^mining claim of Henry Hay at al from which the^\^ ac tion corner on eaet boundary of eectlon He,^township lo. north rsuge 1 weet bears n taj* ^^* a,^distant !k).H8 chains, tbeacs) a, IS* M) w. S.7S^chains, thence aw ^*^ chalna, thence a. 41*
w.S SO chains, thence a ^^** w. i.l^chalna to the^phve of ueglnnln|[, embracing one and eighty six^one hundredth tl.Stti acree, upon which a rotlce of^aald application was poated the 17tb day of^Auguat, 1W7 The adjotnlm* claim ante to theea^preiutette are Henry Hay et el, placer mining^claim lot v In aald t wnanlp.
H.W. 1 AVtHni.N g, Heglaler.
Comlya Foote, attorneys for claimant.
FlratpubllcaUon, January A, llfev.
Applioationfor a PatenL
lkitbd BraTsa Land Omci. i^Helena, Montana, Jan. S, latsj. (^Notice Is hereby given that Harrlaon Asbury,^Wllllatu I Into and John II Hardwirk, whose MsV
mce address la tielena, M T., have thla day tiled^their application for apateul for one hundred^and fifty^eeven and 01 lOu acree of the plarer mine^tiearlng gold, altuated in I norganUed mining dla^trlct, t ountlee uf I ^*wie and Clarke and Jefferaon,^and Tei rlu^ry of Montana, and deelgaated by tha^field notee and otltcial plat on file In thla office aa^lota numlter 1 it and h, and tha sw, *% ne -,(-.-,^1. In townehlp k a , range 8 w , of principal haee
lne and meridian of Montana Territory, contain^*nu IH 01 1U0 acree
Thelocation of thla mine la recorded In the re^corder'a office of l^wie and Clarke county In r^eok^Fof K. and D. The adjoining cleluieuta are un^^known.
B.W LANtJHOItNB, Keglster.^Joan W. Boot, att4irney tor appllcaat.^First pubU^aUon Jan W, 1WV
INo. 2206 )^Af^f^UOATION FOR A FA T t M t
V.8. I am^ urn. s, i^Helent Montana, Dei-ember At, IHHH. f
NoticeIs heretnr given that .lame* F. I'orter,^Henry W. Fwote, Thoe.t^offand Frank H Mi after,^whose poatofflce addreee la Helena, Montana Ter^^ritory, have this dsy fifed their sppltcatlon for a^patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of tbe Dlea^Fau'tua lods mln* er vein bearing gold, etc., with^surface ground alx hundred feet In width, altuated^in Helena unorganised mining district, connty of^Lewis and Clarke and Territory of Moatana, and^dslgnated by the field untei and official plat on^file In thla office as lot No. SU, sec. Id. In tow nshlp^10, north range 4 weal of principal ttaae line and^meridian of Montana Territory, said lot No fly^ttelng aa follows to wit: Ik-gtnnlng at cor. No 1,^from which the northweet cor. lo eec IS, tp. 10,^n r. 4 W hears N 41' U W-j.oas feet; thence N.^Ml* B. 1M feet, thence N. 7'i'fJO K. feet, tbegce^H. H8^ B l.tfTO feet; thence H (W* W. not) feet;^thence N SS^ W. l.ltlsi feet: thence N. S Hft B 445^feel SB place of tieitlnnlng, centalnlng IW 11 acres
Theligation of ihla mine la recorded In the re^^corder's office of Lewia and Clarke county, In^books S of lodea. The adjoining claimants are^I nl varsity lode on the north and the Oood Faith^lode on the weat, both unsnrveyed.
S,W. LANOllOHNff, KegUter.
Jno.W. Bddy. attorney for clalmanta.
Firstpublhatlon liwemler iid, lhnn.
Applioationfor a Patent.
Uarrwi)Btatib LaNnOmcs,)^Hblmna, Montana, ^^January In, lfK^. \
Noticela hereby given that Timothy Wilcox,^Harrlaon Aabury, Oliver C Hlnkar, Ida 11.^Yergy and William 1'lato, whoae postoffice ail^dress Is Helena, M. T,, have this dar filed appll
nthn for a patent for three hundred and twenty^acree of tha I'lacer mine bearing gold,^situated In unorganised mining district, county
fLewie and Clarke, and territory of Montana,^aud deeigtirled by the field not*-a and official plat
afile In this office aa tbe iu of a*, tlon lift, In^t iwnsblp )0, n range s, w of principal haee line^and merldan of Moutana territory, centalnlng Baw^ac as 1 he locatSon of this mine Is recorded In^the recorder a office of . ewIs and Clarka county^In hook Fof H and D Ihe adjoining clalmanta^are unknoan.
WLANUHOKNB, Keglster.^John W Bddy attorney for Applicants^First publication Jan. 17.
NoticeIs hereby given that there will be a^meeting of the stot kholders of the IDlena aad^Hi mini Mining Company, at the office of ih^ aald^ltnpany, to wit, at the office of the % M lloiwr^Hardware t ompany In the city of Helena, Mon^^tana, on Monday, tha 4^tb day of February, ishm,^at J o'clock p. m., for ths purpoae of submitting^ta the stockholders of said corporation, a propo^sition lo leaae and aell all or a portion -f the^property of the aald Helena and Ittmlnl Mining^Company to the V. H. Tubllc Sampling ^ ompany,^^r to some other company or per*-on, one year or^eea Held leaae to provide for the privilege, oa^the part of the leee^e to purchase aald property^^r a portion there f during ihe term of said leas*.^The property so supposed to be leased, with priv^^ilege of aale, la In the county of Lewis end Clarke.^Terrlbtry ^if Montana, atid la distinctly Bpeclfie*i^aa follows to-wit: Beginning at n tteke art on^the sonth boundary of tha northeast quarter of^of the nor theea t uuarter of eectlon number twen^^ty-three of townalilp nuiwlwr ten nortu of range^number four weatof the principal baas line and^meridian of Montana Territory, and which ntake^beara eouth hu'1*^ east s.hh chains dlrlenl aleng^* 1 south boundary from the aoutbeaat corner^uf aald forty acre tract, aald aoutbeaat corner^t^elng marked by a stake on the east boundary of^said eectlon number twenty three whlib bears^sonlhO-x-i aaat dlatant A) -~ chains from the^original corner to aectlona numl^ered thirteen,^fourteen, twenty-three and twenty four, which la^marked by a grsnlte stone with three notches on^tbe south edge, with pita and mound ; thence run^nlng south BU'15 weal IS HA chains along aald^lutb lK^undary of said forty acre tract to a stake^at tha eouth west corner of the sain*; thence^north ^*:io west 7 W chai's aleng the weet bound^ary of eaid forty aero tract to a atake marked ae^the northweet corner of thla lot, thence so sin Yr^'jn east .rtfi chains; thence eouth Ml* aaat 1 (17^chalna; thence eouth ^6MV east .7U chalna:^them esouth67 66' eaat
it.shchalaa; thenco eouth 68'fiO eaet^1^7 chalna, thence south ftO'10 eaat 1 67 chains,^thence south Bl'ia east 1. 6H chains, thence south^til 41 oast 7V chains; thence south ^-\ '^: eaat l.RS^chains, theme south W east hi chalna thence^south M'vkY east 1.1M i halm*^point of tieglnntng. The premlsea hereby con^^veyed containing 4.U1 acres, n ore or less. The^whole hi.unitary from the northwest corner of^said lot to tha point of beginning, having been^laid out by offset** two hundred f.^el dlatant from^the center of tbe Northern Pacific railroad track;^aave and except ao much of aald pro|^*rty aa waa^conveyed by Alfred M. Bsler and Ophelia Baler,^his wife, to tbe Mon ana t 'entral Itallwe* Com^^pany for right of way purpitses, hy deed dated^Auguat 'Ai, A. D lHbb, said except** portion con^taliilog 1 2ft acres.
Hainproperty so propoead to be leaaed ami SSSa^t^elng the same whereon la situated the Ksl*r^Coa^ entrator. Held sale and leeeeto Include conren^trator and all other bulldlnga and Improvements^upon said property, together with all tenements,^hereditaments and aptiur'enancea thereunto las^longing, Including all franc hires ami privllegee.
B.T HAl'HBH,^A M. HDI.i Kh,^A. M. BMLKH,^FK\N^is I'OI'B,^It. M HALK,^W. B. FBBDBKICK,^Trustees,
ToGeo Bowen : You are hereby notified that i^have expended two hundred dollars In labor and^Improvements upon the LUxle quarts lode, situs^tntfalMiut tw*^ thousand feet northweet of the Lit^^tle Bmme quarts lode mlnlag claim, near Jackaon^creek and the Or ^ ndon quarts lode, situated about^one half mile northeast of lb* Little Bnimequart*^lode mining claim and ahont two thouaand feet^mirth of Jackaon creek, with tbeNumner lode on^the eaat and the I Dale lode on the weat, l oth In^ne organised mining district, In Jefferson i ounty,^Montana territory- aa will apj ear by certificate on^file In the offlos of the recorder of aald county, in^order U^ l.Did aald prt-mleee under tbe provlaiona^of hoc. 2M4, rev teed statutes of the Intl. d htetee,^lietng the amount r. quired to hold the eame for^tbe veer ISW; aad If within ninety days after thla^notlie you fall, or refuae to contribute yunr pro^portion of euch *-ipandltare aj % co-owner, your^latereet In aald Llssle and Brandon lode claims^wlU Iwtiiiu* tbe property of the anhacrlher.
Helena,Lewis and Clarke county, and territory^of Montana, Jan lUh, 1HHU
ToChar law Whltcomband II B. Davie: lou^era herehy notified that I have expended one^hundred dollars iu lsl*or and lmprovomenta upon^the Vlrglnlua quarts l'*de, altuat^td In l^twla and^Clarka county, Montana Terrltorv, In ht mpla^iunorganizedi (jilnlns; dlstrbt, and Is l^ounded on^theeast by tha Claverand li*d* aad on the weat by^thet'omstock and Jerusha lodea, In order to hold^s^dd premlies undsr ths provisions of section^s '.ii Kevlsed Ktatutoa of tbe I nlled etatea, betag^the amount required to ho d the same for the year^18**\ and If within ninety daya after thla notice^you fall to or ref uae to contribute yonr propor^^tion of such expenditure aa a co owner. your In^^terest In eaid virgin I is lode claim will kacome^the property of this s'iborrlaer.
Marysville,Lewis and Clarke rounty, Jan. M^FHANcle BKYAN
Hilbns,M -at, Feb 11, )^* ^, t^K o'clock t^. m. (
Pursuantt^i^ower vested tn me by resolution^of tha board of Irustoaa of the hY ulder Mining^and Haductlon comp^a^,I bave thla dav bargained^and aold unto F Krown. truetee, for the sum of^sixty two thouaand dollare ft: all right, title^and intareet In tke said Boulder Mining aad He^^ductlon company In any and all real aad fTaonal^property or ut ar ef Its rveonrcee said purcbaea^price to be paid upoa delivery of 'lead properly^executed.MABI4BNA BL'L'.ARD,
Agentand atu*r-ey for tho Boulder Mining and
LENOIR MOUSE^^team Meat
JB Cor Mala St. aad Helena a* , Helena, Montana, Ivery room a flrsl-clsas front reom
PAOI'IOHOTftL -ataam Heat^Main street, Helena, Montana. Bualaeea center of tbe city. Flrat cleae. All street care pans^the above houses. Many restaurants In close proximity stall prlceo. Booms 60c. 7flc $1 00, aal I^$1.N^ per day according to location Fpecial weekly rat^B. O. LBNOIH, Prop, both houaee.
Underthe Laws of Montana,
Totake place Publicly in the Court Hoouse, at Billings, Montana,^Monday, April 15, 1889.
Piaar1'hisb The well known aad popular
Valuedat $S4,m^ NOTE A Warranty Oood for tha Hotel and Kestdencas. free from any and (al^lncurobrancea, haa l^een placed on ^lepoelt In tbe Ftret National Hank of Hllllr^a, to be delivered to^tha parsons holding the lucky nuiubers on tha day of drawing- B. II. MIND, Caahlor,
BOLDHAM, Aaat. Cashier.
SECONDPRIZE^A Two-Story Residence Valued at $5,000.^THIRD PRIZE-One Steinway G rand Piano Valued at $1,ooo.
10 ^ Frlaes, at $1(K) earh
W) ^ ^ ^ ^
100 ^ ^ ^ 5
.1,000.. 1,000^..1,000^..1,00^.. 60
AggregatePrizes, $75,000. 15,000 tickets at $5 each
NII. The I'reeldent of the l*ee-tsUUv* Council, the Hpeaker of the Ho uae of Hepreaentatlvea, and^a third person to he selected by the vote ot tboee ticket holders preseat at tha drawing wl 1^Huperlnterid tbe drawlnir-
AtrantewanledIn every town In tbe Territory, at Rood commlesions. Addreaa all Communications to
J.J. NICKEY. Box 178, Billings, Montana.
DR.LIEBIG ^ CO.
R.S.HALE ^ CO
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
PacificHotel, naln Ntrest, Helena.^Rout., April lattoftk, | 109.
Ur.LalhlK A Co , apeclailaU for all| dlssasss of
men,however Induced, and no matter how Invet^^erate; apeedlly, thoroughly aad permanently
cured I-' cases radically cured In a few daya
Dir.SI nees of the head. W'eaxneas of advanrlatc^yeara, and all ^relaxed, laniiuld exhauatod^ con-^dittods of the vital forcea, speodtly cured. Thor^^ough examination. I in lulling analysis and micro-^eroplrai aiaiulnation of urine, %'^:*^ The raaaon^tkonaanda cannot get cared of aemlnei woakaeea,^spermatorrhea, loaa of manhood, and other com*^plaints resulting from foil lee of youth, or excess^of maturity, is to a compllcattoo called prnetetor^rhea, or hyperHstbf^sla,wnlr h requires special treat^^ment. I^r l*elMg a fnvlgorator number one. Is^the only cure for the former trouble, and number^two Is ths only known remedy for the compiles^tlon alxtve nnme^t I'roetatorrheav Frlcoof either^Invlgorator i ^ *^ t^er lM^ttle, or alx bottlee fur $10.^A two dollar bottle aent free on application to^prove tbe wonderful power of thla great remedy^H rongeat electric belts free to patfenta. Call or^addreee,
''LIIBIUDIHI'BNSARY,^^v- Uearv atreet. Han Krandaco. Cal
ToMr. A H l^uu||lasa, who la a co-owner with^J. C 1'aolaen aud H. K Urant In the following^nee' rliieit property | t) Hot HHHVtof HW ^a of^sec SS Tp. In N of K S weat You are hereby^notified that 1 (the undesigned) have expendeil^one hundred dollara ($U*if in labor and improve^ujeDte upon the atHive dee^ ri'ied prot)erly, aa will^appear M eorMfli ate filed May -d, 1hh7, In tha of^^fice of tbe re* order of said county In order to^hold the said premleee under the provisions of^section it 3*4 of the Kevlsed r*tatutee ol the I'ntted^Htatea, lielnf the amount r^^iulred hy lew to hold^the aame for the year erdiair Dec, .11, 1HH8. and^If within ninety daya from tha publication of thla^notlco you fall or rofnae to contribute your pro^portion of such expenditure aa a St owner, yoar^(ntereet In said claim will become tbe property of^the subecril^or und*r aald section
(S|[.ed)HAKOLD K (Ht*tNT
Helena,Lewlr and Clarke county, Mont., Jan. Sa,
Noticeis hereby given that there will baa meet^^ing of the ato* kholders of tho Hun Hiver Canal^ooaapaay at the law office of Aahburn K Harbour.^Maaontc Temple, city of Helena, terrltorv of Mon^^tana on Wednesday, February -r-h, A. T^. l^HW,at^4 ni lock f, m of said day, for the purpoae of^submitting to tbe atockholdera of said tompany^the prop'.eition of lncreaalng the capital stock of^said company from three hundred tbouaand dol^lata, divided Into twenty five thousand share a, to^one mUllon dollars, divided Into two hundred^thousand sharea. of tha par value of five dollars^each.
ANTONM. HOLTKK.^HKNHY KWtlV^JOHN I H^ I N i YHK,^HKNKY M. PAKCUIN,^H. T. uAUHKK,
listed,Helena, M. T^ January 18th, A. U 1W^.
ThoConnty of Mlaaonla, Men tar. a Territory,^offera for aalo twenty thourend dollara ' par cent,^bonda. Kedeemable In twenty years; Interest^coupons payable rsTNal annual It. Bonda to ha la-^sned In denominations of iMSt Sealed proposals^^^r hide for the purchase of aald bonds in part or^whole will he received by the county clerk ^ 1^Mlaa ula county I i u^ and Including- March i, iw^Addre.-e U. D. bogart, ounty clerk, Missoula,^Mont
OPIUMS.T-'-^ ^W'-tssi ;:jt
fafllUlfl l^r 4. atcekarsa. l^kajao*. Utaia.
DealereIn Tateat Medicines, Fancy Toilet^^ioods, Lantern Lamps snd Lamp Woods, tjlass,^Paints, Oils, etc. Huriflrsi Instrumenta, Crntchee,^Hracea, etc Wholesale aventa for Curo for^Coughs aad Golds, a Irk s Pile Ointment, Wltchea^j4^gof(^dlum, Hoaankn Medlclnea, I^r. KUmer'a^Iteruedy, Dandelion Tonic, Oregon Kidney Tea,^Dutard's Hpeclfic.
(Hocceaeorto Johnsoa A King.)
HaoatnfumlBhed for Weddings,^Funerals, Bsvlle, Bto, at Reason^^able Rates.
iKafa*itat^) transferred to and from^all trains to all parts of tbe city.^OHA8. F STUART Prop.
ffBfe^tlraud Ontral Hotel. Tt l- phone^206.
Ladteaand Ueatlemeu'e advanced class Mon^^day evening.
Ladleaand Gentlemen'e begtnnar'a class^Wed need ay evening at H o'clock.
Children'sclass Haturday afternoon at S o'clock
PrivateLessons given at any time.
Hallcan lw rented for bails and parties.
ASSEMBLYHALL, fJ-tAXlH BLOCK.
Cotnaoaclngoa Febtaary lat, 1mh.ii, and ending^on March list, ldbtt, ws will ^ ffsr for aalo Iota la^Sonth Mlaaouia from po to $lu0 each, aad certain^corasr lota al fro.
Lotaare soiltv feet.
Nostroet leas than 100 feet wide. On lat of^April, laws, we will ralee our prices on a scale^with adjacent pro (.arty.