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Till:DAILY INDEPENDENT. HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 180V
AmoricanCavalry Mount* Are not to Bo^Compared With Thote of the Eu^^ropean Armies.
MOSTOF THEM UNDERBRED PLUGS.
Lieut.Col. Kent Sugjestt That a Remount^Depot Be Establithed at Fort Cut^^ter, Thii State.
W'ii'hincton.Nov SO.- The procuring^of n better niipplv ^f cnviilrv horses. It^In Mid. will lie taken up In Secretary^Istmnnt's nnntiul report ns one of the^reforms to be accomplished durliiK till*^administration. The reports on the^nulij'^^^t. which have been submitted t^^the secretary, alrnw the poor specimens^of horseflesh which serve aa cavalry^mounts, and thov condemn the contract^system of pure hnslng homes. All the^report! from Cavalry officers, together^with descriptions of the methods^adopted abroad, have been sent to^Quartermaster Oeneral Hatchelder. but^he does not encourage Inquiry on the
subject One of the cavalry olflis.
Cnpt.John Hlirelow, Jr.. eaye: ^The^ground* of the quartermaster general's^opi^*lton are. I take It. Independent of^the Intrinsic merits of the system. They^consist probably In part of political and^In part of purely administrative con^^siderations, the latter growing out of^the interests and prejudices of his^corps.
Lieut.Col. J. F. Kent, of the Klgh-^tecnth Infantry, enters very fully Into^the subject, and his sugKcstinn that a^remount depot be established m ar Fort^Custer, Mont., Is agreed to by the cav^^alry officers who have submitted re^^ports an the best substitute for the^present system. Col. Kent says, In^speaking of the cavalry animals of the^American army, that they are not to be^compared with those of any of the great^foreign nations. He adds: ^A large ma^^jority of our horrsos are underbred^plugs.^ and that ^they simply answer^the purpose of transportation.^ and ^a^mule would probably be better for such^a purpose If that were all that were re^^quired.^ He also says that ^the kick^^ing propensities of the mule^ are^equaled. If not exceeded, by some of^the horses sent to regiments, invoiced^^cavalry horses.' Instead of homes for^tli - Savalry.^ The remount depot Idea^is adopted by foreign K^\ ornnieiits with
freatsuccess, and the location In Mon-^ana Is chosen for its proximity to an^Indian reservation, where forage is^easily obtainable at moderate prices.^It is proposed at this depot to keep^three-year-old colts, which shall be^trained for two years and then sent to^regiments, educated or weeded cut as^their fitness or unfitness Is demon^^strated. The system as suggested Is^likely to furnish a well-bred, tractable^horse, one wheh will not be scared to^death by the discharge of firearms, and^would keep In reserve sufficient mounts^for emergencle*.
Col.Kent criticise* the spectfleatlon*^which the quartermaster-general^make* up, and says they will answer^very well for a well-bred race horse,^hut that they are not observed in buy^^ing army animals. He also condemn*^the method of Inspection and point*^out that the duty of selection ^falls^primarily on a civilian expert, who^la not always a good Judge of a cav^^alry horse.^ The cavalry officer cuts^a very little figure on these Inspection^boards, which are made up of a regu^^lar quartermaster, a civilian expert and^a veterinary surgeon. A cavalry officer^appears to be thrown In that he may-^object to horses that have been selected^by the board.^Col. Kent says: ^The contract sys-^perniclous in Its results. No^breeding I* required; the^gets comparatively llt-^inan too much In the^The government seems to^fleeced 111 Its tnii:sai tions^man who speculates In
Owingto the coiuvtitration of^its nutritive properties two^ounces of Silver Churn But-^terine will perform the work of^three ounces of Creamery But^^ter. Our Cook Book, free on^application, explains fully.
islower in first cost than^Creamery Butter. Here is .1^double saving^in price and in^quantity. For sale by first^i MM grocers.
Oneach wrapper yon wilt see^A Sih'er Churn^our guarantee.
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|Paid in Capital ^ - $350,000^Surplus tnd Und.vWed PrcfiU 1.0,000
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Interestallowed os deposit! made far a speci^^fied ti;n--.
Traasfere of mone^ main hf telegraph,^i ir' ease eeld on Ike priael a: till at of the^I ui i J ftateaaua larsee.
tern1*^record of th^horse breeder^tie and the mid^^peculation,^court being^with the mlddl
horseflesh,and whose business and in
terestIt I* to turn In the |rest ki.-hIc
horsethat he can get accepted.^ He^^ay* horses are ^111 broken. *^ ,tr,-dv^trained, when turned Into the ranks as^a rule, mid not at all so after the meth^^ods used abroad.^ A* a consequence^mnny of the horses are very vicious,^with a result that there are a great^many accidents to riders.
OoLKent also suKgest* that a good^many desertions are due to feur of the^class of horses now furnished.
Lieut.Is-tcher Hardeman, of the^Tenth cavalry, describes a lot of twelve^California horses, at which number^over oiie-lmlf were condemned within^a year on account of unsoundness,^which probably existed when they were^purchased f,,r the government. He says^many of than were vicious, and at de^^scribes particularly one horse ^that^usually bad at least one man In tIn^^most hospital for repairs.^ while ^two^poor fellows were discharged on a^surgeon's certificate from being perma-^nenlly crippled Ify this horse.^ This^^float* visited a stable at one uf the wes^^tern posts recently, und he found ^five^or six horses tied off by themselves^with heavy chains, and was informed^that one of them wa* never ridden, and^I! was extremely dangerous to try to^govern them.^ These were cavalry^horses.
Anotheroflfaos says that of the horses^reeelv. d at Fort Custer within the last^tWO y.-ars very few have been look. n.^In the ordinary acceptance of the term.
and,^notwithstanding the eonataat
handlingsince their pun base, they are^not the sort ot horses that could hi^safely ridden, especially at this time of^year. ^hi n It Is necessary for men to^encumber themselves with heavy tlulh-
Itcosts till per year to feed the cav^^alry horse, whether he Is governable ar^wild, so that at the army post which^til eat Hardeman visited the six unused^horses were posting M72, Without ren^^dering any service for the exp-ndltura.^Ii I* said that threc-ycar-.dii colts CSS^be purchased In open market at from^$7S to ltd i^ r lo ad, and that probably^after Several years the price would be
redticedif the breeder! could rely on
thegovernment for a yearl^ purcn i i^At Fort ''lister 'jmi cits ctin be grazed^from May to I i.-.-.iiiio-r each ^ with^^out being grain-fed at nil. OM expert
Rexesfor rent at n^\^rnd bnrtflar prim' ^ fc
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CAPITAL PAID IN $500,000.
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BANKOF HKLKNA.^CAPITAL. $200,003.
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cultsweii broken and gentb
Thisremount depot. wMah Is jiro-^posed for u^e In our country has oper^^ated with much success iibri ad. Re^^ports of the Institution In foreign ar-^inii s save been nude to the division
ofmilitary Inforni illon by ('apt. O. L.^lluln, who was military attache at Vi^^enna; Mai, J. C I'ost. corps of en^^gineers, who wai i.! Honed at London,^and Lieut. P, 11 Clarke, of the Ninth^cavalry, who ere at Dosseldorf,
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PAIDIN CAPITAL, llOO.OOO,
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lottieof fhssiherlsls'e Cough RejssdK
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soonas the croupy tough appi ars it will !^prevent the attack. It is the sole reli^^ance with thoiisnrifls of eyothori who^l,n\-e croupy shlMreai and never daeap-.^j.olnts them. There Is BO ^i.oiger In gtv^lag this llemedy In large and frequent
di.se*.ni ii eontsiae nothing fnjurloua^u cent bottles for sale by all druggist*.
Thereare no rnnd deserts along the^line of the ^Jr^ut N'ortbern Ii I- a;.able^ft ^ ontlnuous aettleaient Hum the great^lake* to I'uget sound.
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lleinenn.1foreign Investajaat in I A|en^rv company (limited). plalntlrT, vs. Deorge^II. Pew, Mary j. I'ew John Wilson and^Koberl M Leslie, defendants.
Underand by virtue of an ordrreif nnle^mi l drcie.' of fore, bmiire and sale Issued^out of the district court or the first Judi^^cial district of the state of Montana. In^and for the county of Lewie and Otarki^on the 1Mb day of Nutember, A. D is-^ i.^In the alsive entitled u lion, wherein the^Home ami ^'^uelan Investment and Agein y^company ilimlted), the above named plain^tiff, obtained a Judgment and decree of^foreclosure and sale against (leorge II.^IVw, Mary .1 few, et nl. defundanta, on^the nth day of November, a l^. pom, r..r^the sum of Sl,l(k^i.7ti. besides Interest, cost*^and attorneys' fee*, which said decree^wa*. on the Kth day of November, a. IV^ISM, recorded In Judgment book No. J, of^sui.I oswrt, at page - ^. I am command^^ed to sell nil those certain lot*, piece* and^parcels of land, situate, lying and being in^the county of Lewi* and i'larke, elate of^Montana, and Iml..I and descrll.eil i
follow*. to-Wll The east ten (HI) feel el
lotNo. Ave (SI. and the west twenty can^feet of lot number six ((^, In block num^^bered one hundred and eight (1061, In^Northern Pacific H.siind addition to the^city of Helena, Montana, the said tract of^bind having a frontage of thirty (SO) feet,^and a depth of one hundred and forty (II ^^^feet according to and as described upon^the official plat of the said named ad-ll-^tlou which plat 1* now on file In the man^^ner provided hy law In the office of Hie^county recorder of the nald county of^Lewi* and Clarke Together with all and^*tngul*r the tenement*, hereditaments^and appurtenance* thereunto belonging or^In nnywlne appertaining.
Publicnotice Is hereby given that on^Thursday, the *th day of December, a. I^.^i-'i at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the^front door of the court house, II.1. na,^Lewtl and Clarke county. Montana, I will.^In obedience to said order of *ale and de.^ciee of foreclosure and sale, sell the above^described properly, or so much thereof as^may be necessary lo satisfy said Judg^^ment, with Interest and cost*, to the high^^est and best bidder, for ca*h In hand.
(livenunder my hand this llth day of^November, a. D. 1894.
CHAltUEal^. CURTtaV Sheriff.
Hyl-'ltKD 15. llostrt. l'nder Sheriff.
McConnell,Clayberg a tluun, plaintiff's^attorneys.
Inthe district court of th* Klrsl J init^^ial dielrlci, In and for the'count) of^Lewis and t'larke, state of Montana.
Cliarle*K. Hanlell, plaintiff, vs. Krank-^tin It. Wall.i.e. Mm I. Wallace, llro H^llnsklao. attorney in fact, I.. K. 0. Lois,^ax.lgnre, the lienver Invcstuicnl and^Hanking company, limited, Kobei t ^' Hil^^lings. Minnie A. Pariah, American Na^^tional Hank of Helena. Montana. J 0
Weeks.Pilcella I) Campbell, the M^I
llenefltLife Insurance ioicp.nn of Nov
Jemey. W. McMillan, tie Moll^ H-n
lugsbank. ('. II. W Kosi.-r. and lb ^ II.^Hopkins, attorney In fact, defendants.
Theslate of Montana sends greeting 10^the above tiMiunl defendant*.
Youare hereh^ reipilrc.l lo appear In an^action brought against you by the above^named plaintiff In the district court of^Hi, I'm ,i pubclal district of the stale of^Montana. In and for the county or Lewis^and t'larke. and to answer the complaint^filed therein, within t ^n day* (exclusive^of the dsy of aervlcel afler the service on^you of this summons. If served within^tills county : or If served out uf this county,^but within this district, within twenty^days; otherwise within forty days, or^Judgment by default will be taken against^you. according to the prayer of said com^^plaint. The, said action Is brought to ob^^tain Judgment of this court against the^defendants lor the sum of $2.r*M, with in^^terest thereon at the rate of eight par^cent pei annum from I'.-la inny an, lv.il,
forInterest at the rate of ten per c at Number the first rhapterii of a Tnree-^per annum on tllaj from August SI, 1M; . Part Nov.Vtle, by Kit-hard Harding I ^a-^for Interest al the raie of ten per cent per vis Hie long.--t work yet attempted by^annum on tlui from February SI. IKM. OS
TheSimpletons, a new novel by Thomas^Hardy, will be begun In the IVwmtor^Number, IXM, and continued until Noveiu-^licr. I mill Whoever may be one's favorite^Minima Kngllsh novelists, It will be con^^ceded by all critic* that Thomas Hardy^atiintl* foremost a* s maaier srllat In^lb lion, ami The Simpletons may lie ex^^pected to arouse enthusiasm nut Inferior^In degree to thai which has marked Trll-^to Hie IIMSt successful story of thi tear^Another leading feature will be the Per^^sonal llecollectlons of Joan of Arc. by the^Hlcur Louis de i'.intt* Her Page and Sec^^retary, under which guise the mosl pop^l^Ini of llvln^ American magatlue writer*^will present the stoty of Ibe Muld of l)r-^leans. In the January Number will ap^^pear a profusely Illustrated paper on^Charleston and Ihe Carolina*, the first of^a seiles of Southern papers.
NorthernAfrica I* attracting more at^^tention than al any other time since Ii^was Ihe seat of empire*. The in vi vol^^ume of HARI'Klt'S MAtlAZINK will con-^lulu four UHMtrated articles on this re^^gion, and three of I hem will depict thu^present life there. Julian Hall '- will pre^^pare for the MAtlAZINK ni - '^-Iii
stories,depleting typical pof Chi
neseLife and Manners. Beeldsl the long^stories, there will begin In the January
Jarvls-ConkllnMortgage Trust com^^pany, plaintiff, vs. John Steinmetz, Lena^Steinmetx. his wife, Henry L. Krank. and^Held, Munlock and Company, a corpora^^tion, defendants.
l'nderand by virtue of an order of sale^and decree of foreclosure and sale Issued^out of the district court of the First Judi^^cial district of the state of Montana In^and for the county of Lewi* and Clarke,^on the 19th day of November. A. D. 1ks4,^In the above entitled action, wherein the^Jarvls-Conklln Mortgage Trust company,^the above named plaintiff, obtained a^Judgment and decree of foreclosure and^sale against John Steinmetx, et ill., de^^fendants, on the 19th day of April. A. D.^1S94. for the sum of v :^^. beside* Inter^^est, cost* and attorney'* fees, which said^decree was, on the ISth day of April, A. 1^.^13*4. recorded In Judgment book No. J, of^said court, at page , I am commanded^to sell all those certain lots, pieces or par^^cels of land, situate, lying and being In^the county of Lewis and Clarke, Mate of^Montana, and bounded and described as^follow*, to-wlt: The *outh half of the^eOQthaeSt quarter, and the southwest^quarter of the noutheasl quurter of section^number fourteen (Hi, In township number^eleven till north, range number four (4)^we*t of the Montana principal meridian,^containing one hundred and twenty (1SU^acres, more or less, together with all ditch^and water right* thereunto belonging or^in anywise appertaining, whether repre^^sented by share* of capital stock In any^ditch company or by private ditch or^ditches, or Interest therein.
Publicnotice Is hereby given that on^Wednesday, the l'Jth day of December, A.^P. 1^94, at 12 o'clock m. of said day. at the^front door of the court house, Helena, I^Lewis and Clarke county, Montaga, I will I^In obedience to said order of sale and de- I^t ree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above^described property, or so muohrtherenf !^as may be necessary to satisfy raid Judg- I^ment. with Interest and costs, to the^highest and best bidder, for cash In hand.
(livenunder my hand this SHh day of^November. A. I). 1194.
CHARLESI^. CURTIS. Sheriff.
HyPMiD K. HOSS. L'nder .tit.
M. Rullard. plaintiff's attorney.
providedIn it certain note and coupons at-^lachetl, made, executed and delivered by^the defendant, F. It. Wallace, to this^plaintiff on Ihe Snh day of February, 1WS.^which note and coupons are secured by a^mortgage on lot No. 4, In block No. ^2. of^the original townslle of the city of Hel^^ena, county of Lewis and Clarke. Mon^^tana; for the sum of |SJ,M, being the^amount expended for redeeming said^premise* for taxes and Interest thereon nt^the rate of ten per cent per annum from^July .ttl. ISM. Also for a reasonable attor^^ney's fee for foreclosing Ihls mortgage,^and for plaintiff'* cost In this behalf ex^^pended; also thnt a decree of foreclosure
maytie in.el. f,,i Ihe sale ol said I remise*
somortgage ), and that the defendants nnd^all persons claiming under them subse^^quent to the execution of said mortgage^upon said promises, either a* lienors, pur-^chu^ers, Incumbrancer*, or otherwise,^may be barred and forever foreclosed of^all right, claim or equity of redempili a In^the *atd premise* and every part thereof,^and that the said plaintiff may hnve Judg^^ment and execution against the said de^^fendant, Franklin It. Wallace, for liny de^^ficiency which may remain afler applying^all (he proceed* of the sale of the said^premise* properly applicable In the sails-^faction of said Judgment, nnd thut the^plaintiff may have such other or further^relief In Ihe preml*es a* to this court may^seem nn et and equitable, reference being^had to the plaintiff's complaint on tile in^Ihe office of the clerk of this court.
Andyou are hereby untitled that if you^fall to appear and answer the said BBSs*^plaint, a* above requited, Ihe said plain^^tiff will apply lo the court for the relief^demanded In said complaint,
(livenunder my hand nnd the neal of^the di*trlct court of the First Judicial dis^^trict of the stale of Montana, In und fat^the county of Lewi* and Clarke, thi* first^day of Augu*t, In the year of our Lord^one thousand, eight hundred and ninety-^four.
tSeal)john IIF.an, Clerk.
Byc. o. frf.iiman. Deputy Clerk.
j.W. Kinsley, attorney for plaintiff,^Flr*t publication Nov. B. It94.
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AddressHARPM * BROTH BRA,^P. (). Hox 9T^9. H. Y. City.
Homeand Foreign Investment and^Agency company (llmltedl, plaintiff, vs.^George H, Pew, Mary J. IVw. John Wil^^son, It.ibert M. Leslie, and John r. Wat^^son, trustee, defendants.
l'nderand by virtue of an order of sale^and decree of foreclosure and ^ale Issued^out of the district court of the First Ju^^dicial district of the state of Montana, In^and for the county of Lewi* and Clarke,^on the 14th day of November, A. D. 1*94. in^the above entitled action, wherein the^Home and Foreign Investment and Agency^company (limited), the above mimed plain^^tiff, obtained a Judgment and decree of^foreclosure and ^ule again*! George II.^pew, Mary J. Pew, et al , defendants, on^the 14th day of November. A. I). 1194. for^the sum of tl,10(.7(^, besides Interest, costs^and attorneys' fee*, which said decree^wa*. on tin- llth tiny of November. A. I).^1S94, recorded In Judgment book No. J, of
saidcourt, at page , 1 urn commanded
to^ell nil those certain lots, pieces and^parcels of land, situate, lying and being^in Ihe county of Lewis and Clarke, state^of Montana, and bounded nnd described^as follows, to-wlt The v.ert forty (40) feet^of lot number five (Hi, In blm k numbered^one hundred and eight fJSV), ()f the North-^cm Psetkll Second addition to the city of^lb lean, stat^ of Montana, snld tract of^land having a frontage of f.,rty (ki) feet^and a depth of one hundred and forly (I Ml)^feet according to and a* described upon^the official plat of said named addition,^which pint I* now on file In the manner^provided by law in the office of the county^recorder of the county of Lewis and^Clarke, state of Montanu.
Publicnotice In hereby given thot on^Thursday, the rtth day of December, A. I).^1MI4, at VI o'clock m. of said day, al the^front door of Ihe court house, Helena.^Lewis and Clark^ COaSty, Montana. I will,^in obedience to the said order of sale and^decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the^above described property, or *o mtu h
thereofa* a*ns be nseesaary to satisfy said
lodgment,with Interest and cos IS, to Ihe^highest and be*t bidder, for cash In hand.
1;I veil under my hand this llth day or^November, A. D. MM.
CHAIILF.SD, ct ltTIH, Sheriff.
ItyrRCD B, HOSS. l'nder Sheriff.
Meiv,nni II, Clayberg A '1 .mi, plaintiffs^attorney*.
Inthe district court of thi First Judicial^district uf the state of Montana, In and^for the county -if Lewi* sad ( l.nke.
LouisaItlanebard, plaintiff, va. Sidney^S Ilium hard, defendant.
Thestnte of Montana sends greeting to^tin above named defendant:
Vonare hereby reipih. ! ^., appear in^an aettog brought MBglnflt yog by the^alsive named plaintiff In Hie -li-irlcl court^of the First Judicial dlsm i .,i the state^of Montana, In ami for the coanty of I^-wl*^nnd Clarke, and lo anew , r Ho i iiinplaliil^Bit -I Un rein,wlthl u ten duj lex' Inslve of !^the day of service) aftei Ihi seyvtoO on !^you of ihls summons, it within^Ihls county; or, If served ,,,^ ,,f ,.,,^^. ,^ly. but within this district, within twenty^tlnys; otherwise, within f.,it v day*, or^Judgment by default will I. lakes against^yag ^^ i Hiding to the prayei ,t said com^^plaint. The said act on I rough! to ob^^tain a lie, ree of till* nun ,|| ,,|ving the
bondsof matrimony existIng between the^pliilntUT and the deft ml ^: upon ihe^ground of desertion of this plalntlC by the^said defendant ever since the 1st day of
October.i*9i, and awarding thi castody al
thethree minor children .., ,, ,,|alnllrr^And rot] are hereby n itlfied ihal If you^full to appear and answi r the said com^^plaint, a* nliove rgaulred, Ihe aid plain^^tiff will apply lo the court foi the relief^demanded in Ihe complaint
Oh^ under my hand i, 4 the seal of
thedlstrli 1 court of the first ludldal dls.^it-let of the stste ^r m,,^, ,,,, im nni| fi^r
the0OUI.lv of Lewis.';,..,., ,^,^ |f,,h
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Lor.!,one thousand. -Inn hundred and
ninety-four.^ ,IOHN liKA.v, c|,.rk.
Hy11 o FHKKMAN. 1 i^yiity clerk^W alsh *i Newman, uliurnev* for pluln-
Inthe district court of the First Judi^^cial district of the stat^ of Montana. In^and for the county of Lewla and Clarke.
CharlesK. Hanlett, plaintiff, v*. Frank^^lin It. Wallace, May L Wallace, OeO. II^Hopkins, attorney in fact, L. F. C Lot I,^assignee, the Henver Investment nnd^Hanking company, Hiuiicd, K. W. Knight,^cashier, nnd the First National Hank of^Helena, Montana, Robert C. Hillings. Min^^nie A. Parish. American National Hunk^of Helena. Montana. .1. ('. Weeks. Prlcells^I). Camp'^ ll, the Mutual Boaafll Life In^^surance company of New Jersey, W. Mc^^Millan, the Montana Savings Hank, and^C. II. W. Foster, defendant*.
Tin-slate of Montana send* greeting to^the above named defendant*.
Youare hereby required lo appear in^an action brought against you by Ihe^above named plaintiff In the district court^Of the First Judicial district of the slate^of Molilalia, In and for the county of^I., v. i . and Clarke, and to answer the^complaint tiled therein within ten dav.-i^(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 district,^within twenty day*; otherwise within^forty day*, or Judgment by default will be^taken against you, according to the prayer^of said complaint. The said action I*^brought to obtain a Judgment of thla^court against the defendants for the sum^of Jl.TiU), with Interest thereon ut the rate^of eight per cent per annum from May^20, lf-93: for interest at the rate of twelve^per cent per annum on Itin from November^2U. IK9.1. for Interest at ISSjUo per cent per^annum on t'i) from May Si, IH94, ns provided^in a certain note und coupons uttacbed,^made, executed and delivered by the de^^fendant. F. It. Wallace, to this plaintiff^on the Slth day of Muy, 1*93, which nole^and coupons are secured by a mortgage^on lot No. M. In block No. k of the Ben tile^addition to the city of Helena, county of^la w-Is and Clarke, Montana; also fur the^sum of ^2S.9a and Interes: tbereon at the^rute of twelve per rent |^er annum from^July .HI. HW. being the amount of money^expended for redeeming *aid mortgaged^premises from tax *ale; aluo for a reason^^able attorney's fee for foreclosing Ihls^mortgage, nnd for plaintiff's costs In this^behalf expendedial: otfiat a decree of fata*^closuri may be made for the sale of said^premises so mortgage I. and thai Ihe de^^fendant* and all persons claiming under
Hum subsequent to the rxeeuttoo of said
mortgageupon **id premise*,, either ns^lienor*, purchaser*, Incumbrancers, or^othi t wise, may lie barred and forever fon -^eloKed of all rU;ht, claim or equity of re^^demption In the *ald pnmlses and every^part thereof, and lhat the said plaintiff^may have Judgment and execution against^the said defendant. Franklin It. Wallace,^for any deficiency which may remain after^applying a II t he proceeds of the *ale of the^- ii.l premise* properly applicable to the^satisfaction of sail Judgment, nnd that^Ihe t la In i lit may have such other or fur^^ther relief In the preml*es ns to thi* court^may seem meet and equitable, refei-i-n--e^I,emit lui l lo thr plaintiff's complaint on^file In Ihe office of the clerk of this court.
Andyou are hereby notified that If you^fall to appear and ans-.ver ihe said com^^plaint, us above rei|iilrei|. the said plain^^tiff will opply to the court for tin- relief^demanded In raid complaint.
Givenunder my hand and the seal of Ihe^district court of Ihe First Judicial district^of the state of Montana, In and for the^county of Lewis and Clarke, this first day^of August, in the year of our Lord ore
thousand,eight hundred and ninety-four,
(S.-iiliJOHN HI-IAN. Clerk.
Hyg o fukhman. Depoty Clerk,^j. w. Kiiuiiey. attorney for piuimirr.
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