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UNCLE SAM'S HEROES,
Brhve Enlisted Men in the United States Army Who Have Been Rewarded. Those Who Have Received Honor able Mention This Year for Deeds of Bravery. Private John Coyle, Who Saved a Lady's Life in the Yellowstone Park A Colored Soldier's Act. In the life of every man in the service of the United States there comes once in a while the chance of earning distinction other than by giving or taking hard knocks, writes Barnet Phillips in Harper's Weekly. Some months or more ago Major General Schofeld issued two general orders, pub lishing the names of officers and enlisted men who duringthe years 1888 and 1889 had distinguished themselves by special meri torious conduct. In particularizing the character of these special acts, Major Gen eral Schofield added that the honors be stowed "are not strictly in the line of mili tary duty, but include all acts worthy of special mention." Private John Coyle, of the hospital corps, United States army, was a member of Com pany B, Twenty-second infantry, on duty with a mixed command, in camp near the "Old Faithful" geyser, Yellowstone park, in August, 1888. The specific duty of this body of troops was to prevent acts of van dalism by irresponsible persons, and pre serve, as fully as possible, the natural feat ures of tho park. On the 9th of February, Coyle observed a lady climbing the crater of the geyser and warned her that she was in danger, explaining to her that a gust of wind was liable to blow the hot steam and suffocating gases in her face. She had succeeded in making the ascent, when Coyle's prediction was verified, and the ventursome lady, becoming panic stricken, jumped or fell into the hot water surrounding the opening of the gey ser. Coyle at once sprang, with generous impulse, into the pool and, at the cost of much suffering to himself, lifted her out of the water into a place of safety. He states that he was unable to walk afterward for a period of four weeks, owing to severe scalds he received from the hot water. For this courageous act he was complimented in or ders from the colonel of his regiment, was awarded a silver medal by the treasury de partment and mentioned by General Seho field in general orders of Feb. 16, 1891. Private Hugh Tobin, of Battery M, Fifth artillery, while in quarters at Fort Schuy ler, Puget sound, heard cries from his oom rades one day, and rushing out he disoov. ered two young men struggling in the rough water some distance from the shore. Tobin called for assistance and Private Habel and Musician Chatman responded bravely. In a leaky skiff, guided by Tobin, they saved one of the bove. The other was picked up by a sloop. For his bravery he was honor ably mentioned in the general orders. Private James Settlers, of Troop E. Ninth covalry-that splendid colored regiment is a pleasant-faced, soldierly young man. The army roll of honor is brief about James Bettlers, but tells the whole story. He was distinguished for special meritorious conduct, "saving, at the risk of his own life, his commanding officer from drowning while crossing the Wind river, Wyoming." Lieut.-Col. Burt, whose life he saved, writes: "I have to say that as to Private James Settlers it was my life he saved. I do not know how to give you a statement of the affair without dragging myself into it, which would appear more like how I was drewned than how gallant Private Set tlers, my orderly was. Moreover, it has become one of my stock stories, and I don't know how I could write out of that groove. At beat it doesn't work into much of an incident, except so far as it gives the lie to the popular belief that there is un kindly feeling between the enlisted man and his officers. Men do not risk their lives unhesitatingly for those who oppress them." Private Ozias D. Hogue, of Troop K, First cavalry, is an Indiana born man, who left the army last year at the expiration of his term of service. He did a handsome thing, and stands, as he deserves, among those who have earned distinction. It was the saving of life Private Hogue was after, and he showed such determination about it that he was drowning himself when res cued. In the Little Big Horn river, not far from Fort Custer, he plunged into the water after a drowning comrade, who seized him by the leg. A fearful struggle ensued, and Hogue was finally taken from the water ex hausted, though the man he sought to res one was drowned. His bravery called forth honorable mention. Sergt. Carl Rieck, of Troop A, ' bhird cavalry, is Prussian born, and that is a good reason for his being a capital soldier. He enlisted in 1888f and it was hard for him to speak English; but, as his commanding officer says, being a man "of superior intel ligence and energy and great ambition he soon learned the duties of the American soldier, which may not be quite so axacting as in the German service, but require a much higher order of intelligence and indi viduality in the enlisted man." While lathered in a barber's chair one day he was startled by two shots in the camp. A burglar had escaped from the guard, and was flying toward the New Mexico line. Itieck took in the situation at a glance, and by his superior sprinting powers captured the fugitive, In the sameo year he captured another escaping despor ado after a hard fight, and for these brave acts he was honorably mentioned with his fortunate follow soldiers who had shown coolness and courage under trying circum stances. luy a pair of cast ster-l rlhears r sciaeore at The ieu Ifive for l.c, woith from :;,c to 1 r iach. SL_ OP NS JULY 25 :::. THE::: E'. RAILROAD : BTIKR 'IOtNSITE PRICE OF LOTS $150 TO $70 ill be Complee Into Barkerby COMPANY .I t TCTY . . Will commence the sale of the lots in the Bar- An advance will POSITIVELY be made in the A er oiteo on the th day of Juloy, 189, at price of lots on AUGUST 10, of $50 per Lot. . , the following placeso Helena, at the officeofJAS. P. PORTER, Power Block. JA This is positive, and no lots will be sold at thee Barker has the assuranoe of Great Falls, at oflice of T.OS. GAIIAGAN. first l price after that date. being one of the best ore produc Barker, at oflice of T. W. ThOMPSON. Maps can now be seen at any of the above --- ing camps in Montana, new places, and selections made, by which intending strikes being made daily. An "purchasers will receive first choice of any lots POWER being ELENA yelected, on paylent of Io per cent. of the pur- abstract showing perfect title chase money ar time of selection. cltIU L b u s f w h Terms of sale will be One-Third cash, bal- will be furnished free with the ance 6 and 12 months, at 7 per cent. deed on final payment. i _ - ~__ _ __ DID THE HUSBAND REFORM? Method of a ilife to Destroy the Llquet and Tobacco Habits. That women of refinement do not wagr war against liquor and tobacco as a mer. matter of taste, to say nothing of the morJa aspect of the habits, is simply another proof of the marvelous patience of thi gentler sex. says the Chioago Herald. "J like the scent of a good cigar," said a young married woman at an informal gathering the other day. "Do you?" retorted a wife of twenty years. "Well, I don't believe it. The fresh smoke of a cigar is not particularly unpleasant, but I can't understand how any healthy person can enter a room in which tobacco smoke has grown stale and escape a nausea, and the breath of a smoker is something to which 1 simply cannot be come accustomed. Some years ago my husband complimented me upon the tot erance for tobacco which I had acquired. I told him it wasn't tolerance, but merely that sort of martyrdom which accepts the inevitable in silence. That made him angry, and we had a few words which are seldom seen in romance novels. That night just before his time to return from the office I ate a good, large, strong onion. When he came I smiled, put my arms around his neck, kissed him and asked his forgiveness forl my previous impatience. I noticed on his face a struggle between a look of disapprobation and one of kind ness, but he is a generous man, and he kissed me and didn't say anything about the onion. 'The next afternoon I boiled cabbage and purposely left the doors open between the kitchen and the eitting room. When he came in the room was dense with the odor. I had on my prettiest dress, and Iwelcomed him with a true honeymoon tenderness, but the cabbage was too much for his patience, and he crossly inquired whether I hadn't better move the kitchen range into the paalor and do my cooking there. However, I was all patience and sweetness, and shifted responsibility for the vegetable at mosphere upon the carelessness of the cook. 'he day after this my husband sent home a mess of frogs' legs, a dish of which hq is especially fond. I saw that the cook pre pared them exactly to his liking, and when he entered the dining moom they were on a big dish near his plate, crisp and brown and garnished with water cresses. But he didn't at any of his frogs' legs. Why? Well, at creat inconvenience I had secured from bhe grocer a packet of German cheese which was so redolent that one could al most see the odor. That cheese reposed in . pretty glass dish in the center of the ta ale. The poor man got as tar as "What in the name of-,' when I burst out laugh ing. When I was able to control myself I explained to him. 'I've just been trying to ive you a little object lesson,' I said, in the punishment a woman has to en alure with a husband who uses liquor and obacco. At present I am not very 'ond of onions, cabbage or Limburger theese, but the habits of men teach me that tne can acquire a taste for anything that is taturally objectionable if time and patience re devoted to the task. 1 hope that you'll et used to it dear, and that in a month or go we may enjoy our tobacco and beer and anions and cheese together, and create a some atmosphere which will be the envy of ill the neighbors." "I suppose he gave up iquor and tobacco then," said the young roman, cheerfully. The married woman of twenty years did ot answer directly. "After you've been narried ten years," she said, "you try to ireak your husband of something. How ver, nothing so irretrievably destroys the omance with which every bride regards he mean of her choice as the recognition of he fact that he is the slave of habits which ender his presence unpleasant in the ex reine. Such a man wouldn't think it trange if his wife should object to his con tant appearance in dirt and rags, and yet n the matter of household happiness and ontent the sense of smell is about as important a factor to a woman as that of sight." WVere Both Surprised. The street-car driver had touched up his horses a little so as to get up the bridge incline easily, when a big truck appeared at the street intersection. The truck driver had a little the best of the situation. He could get his horses on the track before the car got to him and make it slack up on the incline while he orossed. There was no doubt about that; the car driver saw it himself. But as he reached for the brake and opened his mouth to give vent to his feelings in his best style he was suprised to see the track driver pull up his horses to let him pass. He gave a gasp, muttered, "Well, that beats me," and then as the car passed shouted: "Thank you?" It was the truck driver's turn to be sur prised. He straightened up on his seat and started after the car until a car driver com ing down on the other track yelled at him to get out of his way. Then he touched up his horses, and as they started along he said: "That fellow ought to be locked up. He's crazy, sure, or else he's no driver." And each man spent the day wondering how soon the other would be in the asylum. Perhaps they'll meet there. What a Noted Physician Says. CHIcAoo, Jan. 31, 1888. W. P. Wisdom Dear Sir-As you requested I have exam ined the formula of your toilet preparation called "ltobertine." I can assure you that the ingredients are both bland and harm less, and that the compound would form an excellent application in irritated condi tions of the skin. Yours trulf, Alrnvui DEAN IBEVAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, Rush Medical Col lege and P. A. Surgeon, U. S. M. H. S. O. K. T.-Henest Results.-0. K. T. Many of the pioneers of Oregon and Washington have cheerfully testified to the wcndesful curative properties of the cele brated Oregon Kidney Tea. Purely vege table and pleasant to the taste and can be taken by the youngest child or most deli cate female. (). K. T. is a never failing remedy for pains in the back and loins, non retention of urine, scalding or burning sensation while urinating, mucous dis charges and all kidney troubles of either sex. $1 at all drugists. THE MARKEIET tr FTQCK;t. Nuw Tetw. July 17.-flat silvte. SL.C( o uper--Hoeavy; Iake, July. $18.0. .e Lead-Dull; domoestic, 4.45. 1 Dullness in the stock marke to-day was great than any day so far. T~'l opening was fait steady, but Intensely dull. The close was heat practically at lowest prics of the day. Governments--Firm. R Petraleoum-Closed 6714. R Closing (104Cl SU. 8. 4s reg ...... 117L Northwestern proftl SU.S. 4s coapon.... l7 N.Y. 'entrl......... 100 yU. S. 4' rg ..... 1W. Oregon I mp ..... i2 U. k. 4)s ceoure 0..10Ot Oregon ani....... 70 Pacific x ..........110 oorth Amerioan.., lI Atchison.......... 14 Pactl Mall....... 14 ('anad l at ....a..0. SC Beading........... SCanada Southern.. 4ti ook Island...... 72 'entral Pacific.... 30k Il Paul.......... Burlington........ 8,h St. Paul & Omaha. I1 D &it. U.. prof.. 431 TexasePacifio...... 13 Krie ........... Si 8 Union Pacitl..... 43 Kansar& t ase.... 14 U. S. Express..... 50 SLack. Wetorn .... 14 Fargo xeeress.... 40 Ielakenshore.... . V95 w e torn Union.... 70 l·'ville Nashville 730 Ameri. Cotton 011. 21 Mloi.gia Central. 80 Terminal.......... 18' Missouri Pacific... 660 Oregoant.hortLine 25 Northern Pacific.. 222+j It. (i. Weltora... 8' SN. P. pret......... 64i l . .W. pref ......6 Northwestern .....0414 I . .W. lt..... 741 Money on call easy; closed offered at Ster cont. Prime mercantile paper unchanged I Sterling exchange heavy; sixty-day bit.. $4.041 . demandT, $4.81 C. CHIDCAGO CATeetI. CcA.rotn. July 17.-(attle--oeetpts. 8,00. strong; prime to extraltears, $5.00046.25; other: I $4.70U5.80; Texans, $250L 3.50; stockeors, $3.751 1 4.01. Iloge--Reeeoit. 18.000: irregular: rough an common, $4.O88c5.05: niltit and packers. .5,.1 01 .30; prime heavy and butcher.' weights, 05.4 5.5); prim licight, $5.40il 5.50. I_ I Sheep--tiecipts, tc.0ot; otOady to lower, nativ ewes. $.8 75(t4.:,; mixeI and wetllcrs, $4.15415.2l I Texans, 8..52)4.5; western, $4.400t4.75. CHII('AOO PRODUCF. CoArrono. July 17. - Close - - Wheat, steady cash, 85t15M ,'l 1-e Sceptomber. 87.1.. Corn--Steady: cash, tile; July, "83c;Soeptcmboe 52140-0:52.. c. Oats-Cash. 30; SGeptrmber. 27Th0. Barley--Nominol; I70e. Pork--teady; cash, $11.00; Foptomber, $11.11 Lard-Quiet: cash. $0.371i; September. 46.55. Short rib:-$6.514&~060. Short clear--$l.8.t..7.00. Shoulders-$5.60t5.65. Total leves of CITIESO COUNTIES, SCHOOL. DISTRICTS WATER COMPANIES, ST. R. R.COMPANIESate. Correepondence sojeited. IN.W.HARRIS & COMPANY8Bankers, 183.165 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. IS Well Street. NEW YORK. 7O a:+arw Se__ RORTON. 70 State St.. BOSTON. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WtANTED-A GOOD HOUSE SERVANT. 21 South Benton avenue. PIELP WANTED--MALE. W ANTED--CHANDLER WANTS TWO MEN $2.50 per day. 24 Edwards street. WANTED--TWO YOUNG MEN AS NEWS agents. Apply to Northern News Co., N. P. depot. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE. SITUATION WANTED-BY MIDDALE-AGED woman as cook in a privet, family; city or country. Address Mrs. J. It., city postoflice. SITUATION WANTED-IN SHOP OR STORE he by an experienced dressmaker just from the east. Address 11. I. ;.. this office. SITUATION WANTED--BY PROFESSI3TONAL J nurse, in families. Address Nurse, thisoffice. SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEEEEI'Elt or to do chamberwork, byladv: no ob,.,ction to co-,ntry. Address or call at Woman's Iome, 20 Raleigh street. lIouekeeper. SITUA.I(1N WANTED-10 D1) SEWIN1G with private families; understands cutting and litling. Room 4 Gosheno block, Rodney street. a. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE. S 1UATION WANTED-EXPERlT I1OOK keeperr 15 years experience in hardware. grec cy and general store; also typewriter delsirva o ,iOition. City reterence, Addresos li ii., 1'. 0. ~1TUATION WANTED- AS ('OA'TI1MAN BY Sa ober young man well acquainte I with the city: references given if required. Address M. E. L., this od.ce. SITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG iMAN WHO o tgo ing to shool wants to nt, chores for his boart. Addreos Albert, lnderpenden: o hioe rITUATION WANTED-tIY A MAN AND - wife on a ranch; man understands all kind of farm implements and care of stuock. Address i19 Broadway. FOR RENT--FUIRNIIISHEI ROOOS. TFOR IENT--FURNBISlIIE FtiN'1 10R M; I- hrtt flor, ,l10. 52i l:ightt avenue. VOR llNT - TWO O() T'H1RE ,1 ROOMS, 0' l,h tely furnished. for light housekeeping. 1i Ilollins avenue. 1,OH IF;FNT-FOU FUHNItIlED O110OMS for housekeeplin,. at 553 State strceet. T'OR RIENT--F URNIMIIEL ROOM, 429 I' North Benton avenue. 1OO1R ltENT-PLEASANT SUITE OF RIOOMS 1. for two youno gentlemen or man alit wife; also two single rooms. Ih North I[trnln ave. JIOR IENT-NICELY FUINIMIIED ROOM, 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue, ?O R RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISIED I rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block. G(irand stroet. Next door lHotel IVlehns. FOUND. TOUND--A TWO I)O..IAll AND IIlAF - gold piece, with monogram engraved there on. tOwner can have saule by doscril,inr lnop erty arnd paying for at, at notel Ilroadwater. . I MONEY TO LO.(AN. year; $:00 oa mortgage for thre' year., &l 010 on mlosrtg;igo for one, two or tlhrei years. 'i hoe. ". ioedwin, room ). holler block. BOARD AND ROOM OPEREIO D. ''ANTNID-"GENTLIMAN AND WIFE OR w htwo T I Iadli, can uldpl esnt home it small amt.ntfmm~osme.res i Addressa Iome, this offirace. SAN'IED-CHILDItWNN '.l BOAIRD (IUU0 Vete r h an 7 Mihsoula avene "0IiIDERS WANTED AT 1511 WALNUT tet, ar N. . depot. iO(lt R 'EN--HOOM IN PRIVATE FAM .LY - with board at 505 wing street. ant nrtnirhehl rooms. First-olam tsbl1+ board F qOR " EN T-THREE F'UttNliEiD OOM1 l with or without board. No. 1t North itento avenue. i 101 RENT-NICELY FURNISHED 10OOM0 4 I with hoard, at 1.8 Bouth lidnely street. BOARD-lFItRST-CtLAB. BOARD $0 PER * week. 11 lldney street. ANTED--IVO YOUNG GENTLEMEN room and board $2 per month. No..l4 Fifth avenue. SFOlR ENT-DPWELLINGS. FOl RENT-A NUMIBER OF DWELLINGS at very reasonable rent.s, omo with buaes. Matheson & Co. S1011 iRENT--NICELY FURNISHED 110tl i', l" tfive rooms, $J1.00 per month. Inquire No. t'12 State stretet. 1'OR ItlENT--A DOUBLE IRI('K HOUSE near the armory on Warruen treet: seven Srooms in each house, imth rooms, steanm hea!t and s, all modern improvrements. Address J. 1). ieod: son, ltaryavillo. Mont., or John A. Quirk. city. d lUlt ENT t.liHT--tOOM IIOUSE WITH 0 1 bath, clorets and all modern conveniences. t0 320 East (ntlor. near ilodlney streot.. Fet0 REN'--A BIX-ROtOM HOUSE ON COR Snor of Bixh and )Davis street with all mod ern convenienoes. Inquire at 4.4 Sixth avenue. FOIR RENTIMISCELLANEOUS. 1ý01t HRENT-ROOMS SUITABLE FORt. houneseepiUg; convenient location. W. E. Cox, oold blhack. 1OR REIENT--'TWO OFFICES ON 'THIRD I' floor of Moontana National bank building. 'ORt IiEtNT-LAIiOE STfORE. ON NINTH 1. avoenute and lloback street: with modern shelving: suitable for any mercantile btsinoess. Apply to BaHi, t'ory & Co. 'OlR RENT-THREE FINE LARGE UN furnished rooms. hot and cold water, bath, etc., with use of stable; $12. 613 Bouth Rodney street. SOlt IRENT- TWO UNFUlRNISHED ROOMS. I' 716 Broadway. FOR RENT-UNFURINXIIHED ROOMS FOR bhonuokeeping. Modern ipeprovomeats bingle or enuito. $3 to $1I. 518 Eighth luveuou FOR RENT-TWO LARGE UNFURNISHED . room. on suitse, with alcove and bath. Very desirable. 717 Sixth sennu. FOR SALE--RKEAI. ESTATE. F OR SAL": -$1,15,. .lNE IIUILDI)Nt LOP on Breckenridg strleet, between Beattic end Raleigh. Mathtson & Co. i'.OR SALE--TWO EXCELLENT LOTS IN Broedwator addition, on line of eleotrio motor; 252 down, 11I0 per month. P'rie,. $100 each. l\lathleson& Co. FOR SALE--$i0O WILL BUY FOUR LOTS, each 35x100 (corner), on Northern Pacific First addition. $410 down, five years' time on balance. Mlathoeson & Co. FOR SALE--$-75 SPOT CASH FOR A LOT I50xl0, in Flower Garden addition, near Montana avenue, Matheron & Co. Oll 8SALE-$1,65-0 HOUSE AND LOT ON wnst side: $l00 down. Matheson & Co. 011 SALE-A NEW HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS, p antry and bath roomn. on Howie street, No. 127. Also the two adjoining lola of 42x00 feet Apply at said house. 'ORK BALI-- I'$5 PER FRONT FOOT, LOTS 5 and 6 in block 31, Flower Garden addition, each 50tax0, only 100 feet from tontana avenue. 'I oheo are govod, level lots and are offered at a lees prier than any others in the addition, on ac count of the ill-health of the owner, whlo is corm pelled to go east. Matlheson & ('o. 'OlR SALE--$100 DOWN, .5 PER MONTH, for a comfortabloe-room dwelling on west side, one block from electric motor line; price, $1,650. Matrheson& Co. LORl ALF--$25 DOWN, $10 PERI MONTH. 1' for lot 25xl40 on Livingston avenue; price, $900. Matleson & Co. ?Olt SAILE--$;,0i,) (CASH-BAIANCt't ON long time will buy one of the prettiest new rosidences in the west end; eloeven rooms hand omeily papered, furnacn. electric bolls and all nodern imuprovementts; beautiful lawn, cooorete walks. carriaget hou-e, etc. An investment. 'otses.iiou when desired. Addross W., P. O. box 1022. ,Ott SALE--WAl;EHIOL S!t LOTS IN EL - li ton, on N. Pi. right of way, $100. Mathe son & (o. I OR SALE--F)lORTY ACRES VALENTINE Scrip, at John l. M. leill's, 12 Edward street I'OR SALE-1,600 FEET IN '1lE AMES AD oition at a bargain. The Witherbee An drew Co., Gold bloo,:. FOi SAI.E-MsICELI.ANEOUS. F OR LI--NEW I1AII DWAREI: STOC'K- ('arofutlly se!eaeted and well assorted. Adapt el to general store, andl all good, sah able stocrk. ioodle still in hands of jobber, and shilpped to order. Will sell cheap for cash, or accepot Iart vash and balance in good real ictate or miiin at cash value. Address W. F. Cummins, Helena, Mont. OR11 SALE--ONE S.X-YEAR-OLD GI'lDINE G 1 weight albout 1,31.0 potlds, well broke;-sin S:e and ioulll nl htarness; etaramlteedl sllnd int gentle. Apvly to WV. I. MaNud or PBritt & lDough erty. FOR SA1,E 1il ENT-A SALOON ION iiupper Main street. which hba obe'n sueteos Pnlly carried on for ten years. Enquire of 1. L. Israel. IOlt SALI' -OLD PAPERS AT A BARGAIN at this otfce. OR SAALE- AN ElIG(ANT L'ARLO)R BU1TE for salt, cheap at 7;1 Sixth aveni e. It hat h.en in ove thtrei months, and cost when new F'OR SAIIE- -itOUSEt-OLD I-UIiNIT.l tiI an l tint family bLrse cheap; at 14 tonuth Raleigh tit reet. F'O R SALE -SIOILARSHIP IN 'I'TIE CI- - tana Business C'oll-ge t'all at this offier. ()llR SALE- SCHOLAIISlilP IN '~it IlELE ensa usinetiss I'ltiege. Call a' this ofli c.. S1L: Itt1 Il'it'OSALS FORl T'n'll: K lAt - hoeting of Miog's topera houIs will le rece.ivted tip to I Jlty ..0, t It. IO.llanus ilnd st eific.st ous can be soon at t'aulson & Lavalle, archlitectn. --| ll- m'ml it-~ Ilm=!m M180U ILLANlOUL. ºDWO A DOPTION CALL4 andAlrt e paHNrE WAN'}L D-FOl TPR 0 EIGH ont na,-to elil ono of the betl lcntlonn eow on e market. boarls 581 Bltd profits stats, small capital rqulr Bt of refer ene zva~enapslroiqutred. Atl s.. tlockbo .WANTEUDl-U MPROVU D IHE LENA LOTS for forty arre near Great lalls. Matheson FXCIANUE--VWILL THADE A NEW EIGHT room house for unimproved clear lots or acreage: or will cell eouity rfor l,7iO0; IbaJance in twoP 'are at eight per cent Adddrots Exchanie box ýbl. VANTED-ANY ONE HAVING A W NLT fittdt housl o t i ve or lx rooms, pleaeantly located, on line of gas naln, Ocan hear of a Irom -paying and careful tenant. Addresu i.. WANTED - CHIILDI.EN UN,,Et FIVE years of age to board. til Sixth avenue. WVANTED-5,i00o YOUNG SHRIP NEXt SUM rer for lhreo years on shares; half wool and inerease; partie hiare experiene. buIldings, ateorand m. Addresa W. It. SItandun. State's Attorney, Lakota, Aurth lDakota. LOST LOST- RAYE D STOLEN, DAR brown horse branded T on right shou.l der: has scratch on left side. Small white star in forehead; right. hind foot white. Finder return to Wm. Albrecht. L-OST--e GOLD RAI ELJerT PEARL BET tin, in blue enameL Finder please leve at this office and receive reward. UOST-ON THE ROAD TO MONTANA CITY. a July N, one clok andt one circular. Finder please leave at the Independent ofte . OST--A SHOEE, BETWEEN MONTANA AND Ltodney. IReturn to this office. .OIST--IED POCKETBOOK CONTAINING L Si hieeward of $20. Rleturnto 801 Flifth PROPOSALS FOR WATIER WORKS-PRO posals for the lsulpply of water to the town of White Sulphur Springs. Molt, on the franchise plan. wilt ie reoeved by the town souncil until Argu4t 10, 1801. 'ropursals muot be acrompaniedi by a 1,000 hond aSn a guarantee of good faith, and must lpecify: ,iystem proposed. Sources from which water will he drawn. Amount of water that can be furnished. 'rossure at which water will he suppl'ed, for fire pirll'r.Oo, thst to bs made with the flow from four 4) one en.l one-quarter (lt) inch nozzle,. and for the period of three (8) consecutive hours Irom hydrants on a Jevol wiith the outhwest corner of the htiggins; townsite. Cost per hydrant for fire purorpee for twenty (20I) hydrants arnd for reach additional hydrant. Cost for domestic and personal uses. Time at which work will be comrleted. Tihe town to have the privilege of buymg works at tihe expiration of twenty (21) years. A further bond of $20,(00 will be r.qlirol of iparty or parties whose proposition may iso no c.ptecd.,'aso a guarantee for the fulfillment of contract. ' he counncl reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A. h. tRNIUt, Recorder. Dated July 17, 1891. Dated July 17, 1891. ALIAS SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT court of the First Judicial District of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clark,. Alexander J. Steele. plaintiff, e. Laimtle Hige and llanche .. Rliggs,. defendants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought Dgainst you b the above named plaintiff in the district conurt of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewie and Clarke and to answer the complaint led thereintwithin ten days (exclusive oi the day of service) after the service on you of this sum mons if served within this countyl or it served nut ot this county, but within this district, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you accordinq to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover the sum of one hundred and twenty-seven and fifty one hundredths dollars, claimed -nd atlleged in said complaint to be doe upon a certain inetrd mont, in writing bearing date the 19th ida of November. 1890. made, executes and delivereu by naid dcf ndante, for values received and onsaid day. to tie plaintlft and Walter ti. Little, wo hee by they p rommised to pay to the order of plaintiff or t, alter H. Little three months after date thereof the sum of two htundred and fifty-two and fiftty one hutdredths dollars with iuterest t 12 per cant. uotil piid;5 that the defendants hove not paid said semn nor any pirt thereof, except the sum of one hundred and twenty-five (125) dollars, and that said Little prior to the commencement of this action, has sold and sesitned to the plain tiff all his right and title to sal. instrument and al moneys dnue or to grow dne thereon. And youen are hereby notified that uonless yon so appear and anewer Ihe said complaint, as abrve required, the said plaintiff wil take jtdement for the sum of one honored ann twenty-eev'n and fifty-one hundredths c12.50) dollars, the sum demanded in the eomplaint. (iven under my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of L.ewis and Clarke, this 2d day of JNne, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. [SeAL I JOHN BEAN. Clerk. Ey H. J. Cx..sD. Deputy Clerk. Tauos. C. BAtlc. Atty. for Plaintiff. SAHERIFF'S SALE-BY 'IRTUE OF AN EX. ecution in my hands. iansed outof the district court of the Fir.t judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for thi county of Lewis and Clarke, in the suit of A. A. Sprague. Otto S. A. Sprayue. and ezra J. Warner, against M. A. Meyendorr- and James B. Wells, sa Mayendorff - Wells, duly attested the 11th day of June. A. U. 1891. I have levied upon all toe right, title and interest cf the said Michael A. Meyendorif in lid io the farrowing described property, situated is Lewis and Clarke county, state of Montana, viz: 1.ota five (5). six (I), sevcn (7) and eight (81, in block number forty-four (41) of the Lenox addition to the ciity of Helena. 'log-ther with ll and singuilar the tenements. eroieditarontt and appurtenancesr thereunto belonegiug. or in anywise appertaining. 2otice is hereby given Ithat on Monday. the 20th day of July. A. D. 1891. at the hour of 12 o'clock m.. of sanid day at tihe front door of the court house,. in hie city of HIelets, I will saell all the richt, title and interest of the said Michaele . Istcyoidtortf, in and to the said above described property, to the highelt bidder for cash in hand. Given under my hand this the I80th day of June. A.ID.ll1t. CHIAS. it. JEFFERTI'S. Sheriff., ly R. G. JOHNSON. Deputy Sheriff. SL. SMITH, J Freight and Transfer Lne, HELENA, MONTANA. All kinds of merohandise and other frcightn. Including ore. promptly transfetrred from the eopot. Orders will receive prompt attontion. DFFcrc--At J. Feldberg'e Store and at the Depot g iV l that the undersigned reeieir 0virtue O d ecoree madesd oente"ed In the U ita tatl c eonit court, of the Ninth Judteta circuit In and fartle distri'ct of Montana on Wedttnetda, July .1 ai0htln which flohrit lt brothers & dddar r-te p ntil..t, atutint tielesa, Hot. i}prlngs and ..me' ter tiroatul company, et al dremluants, will tlt at public aauctlion, to he highest bhider, on the lelt day of September 1891. atiths north door ot he court hnnse. in the county of Lewis and Clarke, etateof Montana, at 12 o'clock In. of said da, allthe rlhot, title and interest of the partiee . msaid suit to ihe following descrlbed property to I That certain railway known aa the Helena Hot Sprimn an elter railroad, oommencing on the boundary between th Blroadwater Hot prings hotel property and the premises of the late lwliht T. Goodel., running thence in ai Saterly direction to, and throughl the city of Helena. to the Northern Pacific depot. Together with all tho lands, tenements and heredltamonts. acquired or appropriated for the rlrltt of way of said railroad and branches. And adl the casre mets rights, liberties, privileges, franchise, im munnitls and exemptions of said railroad com pany avpertainiog to the owning, maintaining, operating, usiog and enjoying tho same; .toother with all the railroad fre t&a , right of way, depot grounds, station ground and-other lands, struo ture', statlion house, engine house, oar hone, fuel lhoaue,, warehbou.as. shops. machine housa. turn tables, slptrstroo:rce, rolling stocks, cars, fur niture, to.uls, implement-, machinery, o1 said railroad company, and all other property,.!r.l, parsnal and mixed. Written bid will also to received by thelunder signed for said property, which Patd hi'e will In opened at the pIsco and upon the day of sale and openly read as the bids of parties making the same. The sale shall be made eabjoct to the apl proval and confirmation of the above namedl court. The oroperty will not be sold for less than $8,0,0O, of whirh sum at least *12,000 shall be paid in ,aab. and the balance may be raid in six and nine months, secured by a mortgage lien upon the property, or such other security as may Le approved by th court; all deferred payments beating interest at' the rate of eighlt er cent per annum. WILLIM H. CLAEK. Receiver. NOTICE OIP ASSESSMENT - CATARA&. Mining company, located in Cataract Min in. distrioct, Jefferson count, Montana. Notice Is hereby given that a meeting of the trustees of said company, held on the 19th day of June, 1811 an asesesment of two cents pee share, was lvier upon the capital stock of said company, tayabie on the 20th day of July, 1801. to the secretary of said company at his olfce, No. 59 Souoth Main street, in the city of Helen. Montana. Any stuck upon which said assessment shall re main unpaid on the 20th tiny of July, 1891, shall he declared delinquent and shall he duly adver tied for ale at public auction, and nolees pays ment shall be made before will besold on the ltth day of July. 1891. to pay the delinqutent assessment together with the cost of advertising andexenus of sale. JOHN L. KOONTZ, Ceg. Ho. 59 South Main Street, Helena. Montana. NOTICE O CREDITOBS--IN THE DIS trtrt court of the First Judicial District of the ttate of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of William H. Geta-ar, deceased: e Plite is hereby given by the undersigned, ad mlnistratriax of the estate of William 11. Gobauer, deceased, to the ercditors of, and all persons hay ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the tirst publication of this notice, to the isid s :lminietratrix, at the law ofice of Massena Bullard, root 8. tiold block, Helena, Montana. the same being the place for the trans action of the busines of said estate in the county of Lewis and Clarke, Dated at Helena Montana, June 24, A. D. 1881, MlCLI*SA M. GEBAUEIt, Adminitcratrix of the estate of William IH. Gebanuer. deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS-EBTATE Of Eugene Hoerman, deanased. Notics is hereby given by the undoraignsed, ex ecutor and erxecutrix of the estate of Eugene Hoernmn, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against the sait doorased, to exhibit them with the neec(sary voucher. within ten months after the first publication ot this notice. to the said executor and executrix. at te law o co of F. N. & S. II. Melntire, rooms 18 and 19 Gold block. Helena, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi neas of said estate NICHOLAS KESSLER. Executor. DOROTHFA HOEHM AN. Executrix of the Estate of Eugene lioermas, deceased. Dated Helena June 12. 16L UMMOIN-N THNIE DISTRIICT COURT OF the First Judio'el district of thIe st.teof donttna in and for the county of Lewis and ' lorke. SmRy A. Tiffany, plaintiff, vs. George E. Tiffany, ,!i f: mdnt. T'Ih note of Montana sonde greeting to the ablove named dcfcndant. You are Ihereby requroet to appear In an action brocclght againcl you by the alove ntmnd plaintill c cihe clistrict court of the ntrot judlicial district of he state of Montana, in and for the county of Sowls ant Clarke. end to answer the complaint tilcd therein, within ten daycc exclusive of the .lay of scrvic) after thcc Fcrvice on you of this *uclcmons, if served within this county; or. if erved out of this county, but within this district, oithin tweuyydays; otherwise witlhin forty days, or jcdgmont by default will be taken axainetyon, acctording to the prayer of caid c om claiat. 'The eid acion is brought to obtain adecree of said court r eleolving .cthe hondl ol matrimcuny hnretofoce and now axis icg bctweeto plaintiff a cd defendant. for the reison that the said dn ondtant, in tco year 8I9P, disregarding the clcrcncty of his mcrrege vow. wilfclly and with tct ecruse coseet dc and almndtoned tile plaintiff, antd ha continued so t:o do, and to live separate anli apart Ifrotl plaintilff for more than ore year last past. against her will and withlouthoer con ocsct. All all more folly appears from the complaint n filt. herein to wbich rolfernce is herchy had. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to tppear and answer the said complaint, as above .etquired, the said plaintihf wilt apply to the c crrL f:r the criief cucran'led in the complaiet. (iven nnder my hand and the steal ccf the die. trictoort of the IFirst judicia district o1 the T tltIO of Montana, in and for the colnty of Lewis aud I'larkot. thie ttve:lth day of July,. in ti.e year bf our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. ad -r- 1 By - 1. JOHN !lEAN, Clerk. I District Court) By i. H. Txo.xtpen, L:oputy Clerk. Seal. )F.N. Act. 1 1. Mchltyvre ----- Atlya. for Plaintiff. [IVIDEND NOTICE--A'l A MERTINO OF the board of Directors of the Copper Bell Mlining company. hield this day. a dividend of three iit centR per share on tile outstauiing cas ital stock of the company was declared, pCayabl at the oltoe of the company July 21, 18111. '1 ransfer books will be cloted from nt4 o'clock p. m. Saturday. July 18, udntil It o'clock a. m. uesday, July 21, 1891. H. 8. HOWEIIJ. Secrotary. Helena. Mont.. July 11, 1891. WASHBURN " i in volume and qOsllit of tone m t t the bast In the wvorldi. Warranted to wearin any climate. old by alllead. los dealera Beautlfully llustrated. de. - soriptis sateleOsUe with DOrtroits of i i fanLYOs artlcts HAIALY EHICtAE. LYON N HEALY. CHICAGO.