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VosselsAkroeady A4U la1ýe and Other silty RigaldtoI Serv1ice An UnexDeotedly Formidable Showing of Strength on Un cle Sam's Part. Somewhat Short on TorpAde Service but Somewhat Ahead of Chill in all Other Respects. Naw YoFx, Jan. 2.3-Chili's beat war ves sel, and the only one which gives the United States navy any concern, is the Capitan Prat, still under construction at Toulon. The Prat is an armored steel battle-ship of 6,000 tons displacement, a little larger, therefore, than the United States battle-ship Maine, and was launched Dec. 20, 1890. It is be lieved that she is now complete, with the exception of receiving her battery. Her powerful armament includes four nine and one-half-inch Canet breech-loading rifles, mounted in barbette turrets; eight four and three-fourths-inch Canet rapid-fire guns, mounted on special carriages, in pairs, in closed turrets, seven maxim machine guns, six revolving cannon and eight rapid fire guns of small caliber, together with four Canet torpedo tubes. Two other new ves sels are the Presidents Errazuriz and Pree icente Pinto. These have been delivered to Chili, and are ready for service. They are protected cruisers of 2,080 tons displace ment, or just about that of the Detroit and her sister ship launched recently at Balti more. They have batteries of rapid fire guns, but we have plenty of much more powerful vessels to take care of them. The Esmeralda is a protected cruiser of 2,810 tons displacement, and originally car ried two ton-inch and six six-inch Arm strong guns. It has since been said that the heavier guns did not work well and were replaced by others. She has, of course, an anxilliary battery. The Almirante Coch rane, of 3,560 tons, is a casemated battle ship built at Hull in 1874. She has now armament consisting of five eight-inch fourteen-ton Armstrong breech-loaders in the gun-deck casemate, while a sixth originallv belonged to the battery, but pfoved defective. She also has a number of Hotchkiss rapid-fire guns and revolving cannon in her secondary battery. She has two above-water torpedo tubes forward and one aft, with a spare tube carried amidships. The Huascar is an iron-clad of about 2,000 tons displacement, captured from 1'eru in 1879. She carries two twelve ton Armstrongs and two forty-pounders, is slow and altogether not formidable. The principal other war vessels of Chili are her torpedo craft, and in these she greatly excels our navy. Most noticeable among them are the pair of torpedo cruis ers, the Almirante Lynch and Almirante Condell. Besides these Chili has ten first class torpedo boats and two second-class and a goodly supply of Whitehead torpe does. which she has lately augmented. There is no doubt whatever that she is better equipped than our forces in this particular, but our shins would profit by the experience of the llanco Encalada, which did not take suitable precautions against a sur prise, and also was poorly manned when the Lynch sank her. The forces that can be immediately brought to bear on our side against Chili comprise, to begin with, a dozen modern steel unarmored vessels of the protected cruiser type, mounting more than 100 high-power breech-loading rifles. six-inchand ten-inch caliber. In fact our only steel cruiser which has not been made available for -this purpose is the smallest of them, the Petrel, which, with her four guns, has been sent of to China. Be ginning first with the vessels now in the Pacific, ready to be concentrated along the Chilian coast, we have the Baltimore, 4,400 tons, carrying four eight-inch and six six inch guns; the Charleston, of 3,730 tons, carrying two eight-inch and six six-inch guns; the San Francisco, of 4,083 tons, car rying twelve six-inch guns; the Boston, of 3,100 tons, carrying two eight-inch and sir six-inch guns, and the Yorktown, of 1,730 tnn.. narrvin, six six-inch nuns. Turning from these vessels of the Pacific station to Admiral Walker's squadron now at Montevideo, ready to proceed to Chili through the Straits of Magellan, we find it including the flagships Chicago, 4,500 tonse. with her splendid battery power of four eight-inch and eight six-inch guns; the At lanta, of 3,000 tone, with twoeight-inch and six-inch guns: the Bennington, of 1,703 tons, with six six-inch guns. The third squadron is that of Rear Admiral Bancroft Cfherardi, which is now stationed at the West Indies, ready also to be sent forward if needed. It includes the Phila delphia, 4,324 tons, nineteen knots speed and twelve six-inch rifles; the Newark, 4,083 tons, and also carrying twelve six-inch rifles. now fitting out atNorfolk to join the squadron; the Concord, 1,703 tons. with six six-inch guns. To this squadron also belongs the famous old wooden ship Kearsarge, which sent the Alabama to the bottom. Besides these vessels we have on the Pacific coast, the important barbette turret coast defender Monterey, of 4,048 tone. She is the craft largely depended upon to tackle the Prat. She has less speed than the latter, being designed only for sixteen knots, but she carries a tremendous battery of two twelve-inch and two ten inch guns. On the Atlantic coast we have the Mian tonomah of 3.990 tons, carrying in her tur rets four ten-inch breech-loading rifles. She has a less effective armor protection than the Prat, her maximum plating, which is on the turrets, beimg 11 inchee. But something of an offset is furnished by her low free-board. She is first of all intended for ha rbor defense, but if the Prat proceeds from France to Chili, may be found following in that direction. We should also by no means give the Chili anue a monopoly of torpedo work, since the Vesuvius, the Cushing and the Alarm are being fitted up for that purpose, and the supply of Howell and Whitliead torpedoes hurried forward. Of our wooden vessels, the Iroquois, Mohican and others could aid, if necessary, and the steel Dolphin would take part as dispatch vessels. Merchant vessels would also be fitted out both as trannortse and as armed cruisers. A 'arning--Don't Use 1:gT Words. In promulgating esoteric cogitations or articulating superficial sentimoentalities and philosophical or psychological obser rations, beware of platitudimous ponder osity. Let your statements possess a clari fled concisoness, compacts I comproeheni blenesi, coalescont consistency and a concentrated cogency. Eschew all con glomerations of flatulent garrulity, jejune babblement and asinine affectations. In trying to impress upon others the superior ity of the Wisconsin Central lines, and why you and so many others use this thorough fare from it. Paul and Minneapolis and Duluth and Ashland to Milwaukee, Chicago and points east and south, it is not neces sary to use jawbreakers. Let your extem poraneous descantings and unpremeditated expatiations have intelligibility and vera cicus vivaeity, without rhodomontade or thrasonical bombast. Seduloh;ly avoid all all polysyllabic profundity, psittaceous vac uity, ventriloquial verbosity and vandilo quent vapidity, shu'd" double entendres, prurient jacosity and pestlterous profanity, obscurent or apparent. In other words, talk plainly, naturally, seneibly, and truth fully say the Wisconsin Central lines is the route, and that ends it. An old school friend of Prof. Tyndall says that in his boyhood days the great sci entist used to "walk home with the teacher" after school, and amuse, while sometimes puzzling the pedagogue, by demonstrating problems in Euclid in the snow. This seems to have been a case where the boy was truly father to the man. • take . • .. T"0'EY di}tiwr Jan. hi,«h a , alvs , ?; ' a .e to -k -parket t r was com r enat gsei.5 .oe T . attacks, but p rtih w ere iwo4 wle. 'l aciiat.. and firm. iandt el capt distiliers, which 3s sp 8. beIngA o losing l o., S . 4e .oponi ....i U. &r Expr. s.... 1 P a s ta..... 1. North America... 15ih0 I. r Pacitfir ... 34d ook Inland ...... 91 Suoi.egtou l ...... 101.4 St taul ho Oinmaa 4011 Pllman (P. pref... 4j t e'tas P.nIp ....1..9 Lakhore rg . . 2 loedies-ai f on.. P.i sviii. -do Nash. 77 mericn xp.... Wt0 orthern Paci. Canada South sow st o tro- sl esrd uat.... $20O IOregon tkalrs.. 37l OretoNShoWot.L.2. 10 .ren Sa te .... a It. b iv Wes t er nr.... o7u', Wi t@n oltc. mied and ;a"s t ers ...... 1th 14o rieadn.y r.... ch. e Dwa1.. W. late... 70% St. Yaal.. ... W . a 80 Money on call ay. closed offered At 2- prime mercan tile paper, 410 ; sterling e xea tiohange. .edy i.0.-day h ills. .0r; demEanlr, Pr eent. (` tiCAt4O (tATI'tlsf. Jro, Ju1.o0.5.50; a8sa.1 HI"eAoa. Jan. i 23.--tattle--W eCaetr 1,50sh 40 stskres 21.000:h ci t d; coMw, $18liq0&0.o HI areey--No 7,t ; active- c higher; tough. b mixe and pas arO , $4.80LIR CO and butchers' wfeights, 5L4,4i0o.00 mixed. O .1004. .P; e.o er 8 $5, 6o11.90.0; west tITCAeeR. Tan. 23.-Closo-Wheat-Firm; cash. ilRac: May. Pli0c. Cern-steady: cash. 357c1: May. 401e0. Oets-Easy;: Casts, 28e; May. 3090':31Oo. Barley-Nominal;e e . fork- toadu; y8.40 bid: May. $1.90811.0214. Lard-- tcare: cash, .S...2144.45; May, $0.70. Sholdeore-$4.02l444.75. Short clear--l5.95101t5. Short rilb-$l.t015..75. Ron WANTED Total Issues of CITIES, COUNTIES, SCHOOL DISTRICTS. WATER COMPANIES. ST. R.R.COMPANIES,ete. Corrcepondence solicited. NIW.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 1Sa165s Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. 15 Well Street. NEW YORK. 7O State St.. BOSTON. DISSOLUTIONNOTICE.-NOTICE IS HERE, by given that the co-partnuerhip heretofore existing between the undersigned under the firm name of hurse & Jones is this day dissolved by mutcal conecat. '.Lhe busineus will he continued by Fdward Burns at t:e 1j:lco of business herotoforG ocon. pied by the ao0 firm. faidh Edwalrd urns is hereby authorized to ettlOe al labiiiif.irs andt colldet all outstanding in.dbtodaea dnuo said firm of lurnme & Jones. \Vitnes crur baids and seals this 14th day of January, 11.9.. EDWARD liBURNS. T: W. JONES. *.O THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE SILVER SDollar tiinin company: Notice is hereby given that a moeringaof the stockholders of Faid company will be held.,t the office of the seore tary at No. 50 hgqrth fain street. Heolena, Mont., at two o'clock p. ..l esday. the 211th day of January, 1842. at which meeting the question of selling or mortgaging the property of said com pay to pnay off the indettedness of said rom pan will lbe acted upon and the question of 1aying the indebtidunrs dispnsed of. JOHN li. ,'EhE.iER, President. JyO. . FAlON. Soecrotary. He:ena. lont. Jan. 14. 149J2. DISSOILUTION ;OTIGEl--NOTICE IS HERE by given that t.o co-partnership herat oforo existin; under the firm same of .osom i Cu r tin is this day diassolved bymutual consent. A. J. M. iHosom retiring. Al liabilitiae of the tate firm are a.asumed by Arthur I. Cartin and all claims and accounts de the concern are hereby made payable to him. All unfilled or enoom piotad contracts are assnued by Arthur P. Cur ten. A. . M.. HIOSOM. AItITHUR P. CURTIN. Helena. Mont, Jam 13, 1892. :1HE EMPIRE MINING COMPANY LIM ited-The creditors of the above named company are required on or befors the ltth Sls -f January. 1098. to send their names end ad diresses and the particulars of their debts or claims and the names and addresses of their Colicitors (if any) to Henry Cameron Richardson .nd James Hastings, of 29 Martins Lane, Can he'n street, in the city of Leoudn, the liquidatore s.f the said company, and if so required by no ticre in writing from the said liquidatore or by their solicitors or personally to come in and rove their said debts or ciaimsat asuh time and place as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof they will bs excluded from the benefit of any dislrihution made before such lebts are proved. STRhTTON HILL1ARD & CO. Solicitors for the Liquidatore. Dated Nov. 28, 18L ASSESSMENT NOTICE-OFFICM OP CAR. - cao Land Company, room 1. Power baild 0notice is hereby given that at a segular sonthly meeting of the trustees of the Cascade Land Co., held on the 10thday of December, l11, an assessment of twenty (20) cents per sharp was levied upon the capital stock of said :Cascade Land company, payable on the 10th day of January, 1892. to B. Brow9N secretarl of said company, at the company's office, room i, Power building, in the city of Helena, Montana. Any stock upon which assessment shall remain unpaid on the 10th day of Febroary. 18942. a' all be deemed delinquent and shall be duly adver. tised ftr sale at public auction, and unless pay aent shall be made before, will be sola on the 10th day of March, 18142, to pay delinquent as. erssment. together with coste of advertising and expense of sale. B. BROWN. Secretary, Dated Dec. 10. 1e91. Helena. Mont. SUMMOttNf--IN T'IE DISTRICT COURT of the First judicial district of the state of l1ontana, in and for the county of Lewies and Clark .. James Georman, plaintiff, vs. Sarah L. tor man, defoendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought sgainst you by the above named pluintif in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein.within ten days (exclusive or the day of sorvico) after the service on you of this sum mons, if served within this county or0 if served out of this county, but in thiu district, within twenty (Iays.r otherwise within forlty days, or judgment by default will b taken against you accordin' to thi prayer of said complaint. 't he .aid artion is brought to obtain a decree of said court dissolving the bonds of matritony heretofore ard now eoirting between She plaintiff ard defendant, the plaintiff alleging as a cause for divorce that tihe detfindant hase will fully abeh.:tel eorself frcm tihe ple.intif with out any r,..inabio cause r inro nn or shout the, --l day of lfoptiaher A. A. ., 1t89; and paisintiff pra)ys for g.n:ral relief. And you are hlereby rutifiled that if you fail to appefar anid answer t hr rsid eompltoiut. ; ashove required, th, sei: plaintiffl will aily to to. court for tl.o relief Ldeor:anied in said cuipgsint. Given unoder ny hand andl ther vial of the dis trict court of the First judicial di.strict of the slatelo of Mountaun, in and fir tie county of Lowis aid ('larce, this 14th day of nr)erolbor. in the yesar of our Lord, uone thousand eight hundred and setlnL.I JOIIN BEAN, Clerk. l. (. r ,i. DC ieputy tlCor k. itAeSNA I.LLAIHnvo, att.ro"y for plaintiff. tinIMMKONS- IN 'T ilil IIIST ICT OUlIT OFf the 1F irut judicial district of thei ate of Mon tana. in and for t:. co:unty of Lewis and Clal ko. Lilly Lithler, plantift, vs. 7'hooian A. Pitcher, defendant. 'I hl oale of liintana s.nde greeting to the aiote-inamd deflendlant: You are hereJy roequired to aperar in an action broughlit agaioatrou by thi above-namcd plain till in the I ltrict collre of the i'irst judicial diettict of tie state of Montana, in and for the counlty of 'wu aoad CIlatis, and to ao.werr the cornl:tnt tliltd Ilherin. within ten days (rclun aivr of the day of sirt ice) after the corvico on you of thin rumulon. if served within this countg; or, if oervrd out of thiu conuty, bat within this district., withiln twenty htlus; otherwise within forty dais, or jndvionnt by rofaiult will be taken against yon, according to the praJyr of said com plaint. The ,,aid action is brought to obtaill a decree of this court dicaolving tht bondt of matrimony now existinlg brtween said plaintiff and defend ant, ouon thit Froundl net fottli in the complaint on file in thils action. and for guneral relief. 'laint;ff all'tes ii helr said complaint, no grounds for ushe divorce, that en tti 7th day of Jo!y. A. D. 1l1. the defendant wilifully ond without rcaus dc.erted and abandoned the plain tilf and abhented himselff Irotem plaininiff against ier will and witihout her consent and departed from the rstat of Montana witthout intentian of retorning thereto, And you are htereby notilie thalit it you fail to appear and ansawer tin raid complaint, as ahove requirrd. ther sid plaintift will aIrply to the court for th re !icf demanded in hur maid complaint. iroen under sin handandtblu enllof thedistrict cotrt of itI IFirsi judicial district of tlhe state of Montana, in and for tme consty of Lewis and Clarke, thin fth day of January, in theoear of our Lord. one thousand eight hundred and ninety' two. LoAsL. I JOiN BaEAN, Clerk. fly 1t. J. CASEDY. Deputy Clerk. bterling & Mlffdy, attorneys for plaintttf. a tte.tt. the ti.plwi#> n R rail l J oer at la.oflt .-1a.Ed ,roni de ,t h'. la , he u- threes ITUA al AIN by A ýTdflth hid p eis wdements s ir A Chio nheaotfeo liy. Box a dira. lt. , cbee e71 Ti7UATiEN WANTED- -TWO O try wota13 Inirg at leome tllo. ITUAlN WANTED-BY MI4TODALE. fice. hsic re e " _ re"_"e ITUATED-ATHNER WANTMDAN. WtOOMt aJlosnl esmedapplute rldfreas hea hree C, Aia So ale twrior. Afhhiesa l), HORAT E WANTEDEYTAELLAOU-tS.W S.,'•, c a.lzaperPondn. dress, n G. ID ,this SIT .rTION WANTDBETYOUNG MF IA. Seoo a hr Re. end er epis r iat r E. ,,:' W ANTED-A GOOCNVASS TO C poor hth, forse two-to ircs ee oxps A. dress Montana University, Hleina. dres ...saEiahthi o ue. HORELP ANTED-M,- OE AL.R.OU '. -WRANTED--AFI ST-CLASS WATCHMAKER . fonr Butrte, seall at Uncle Sam's Loan of t8a wait er. nt loc rt rein real estate office. Addrte Gox 41i TANTED- CUSTOM CLOTHING SALER-O mo oan for city trade: none bu xperience dress Salesman, this tie. FOR RENT--MISCE LLANEOUS FOR RENT--ONLY THREE-STORY BUILN - g in Granite, toreroom 27x45 fine cellar, 2llodginse rooms: centrally located and rates iresonablo, orwartz Granite, FOR RENT-STORE OR OFFICE RIOOM in opera house. Stels & Clements. Oll RENT-TOE ON MAIN STED O E , Fo large and desirable; cheap rent. W. . Co FOR UENT-FI LARGE BASHMENT ON Upper Main street. aSteel & Clemente FTOR RENT-CWAREHOUSE NEAR MOS-E SWtar Cen tral depot. Steele & Clement OR IIENT-UAFURNGIELSED RNISHED opero house. tteele oo Clemonts. FOR RENT--ROORMS I U IABETE FOILS Swith or withong in very conveno in loeatio FOAR I ADN'R--OFUIONIt OFFERDE0S). OR RENT-FUPN THED ROOM. 20N Seovent av.ue. -OR HENT--RGE FURNISHED ROOM B AND F$10. 5ba 7 Eighth avenue. 2 E et FOR RENT--CHOICE ROOMS, FURNISHED s:team heat. Kleinschmidt block, corner6th -re, and Warren st. FOR RENT- FURNISHED OR UNFUAi nihed roo s for rent at s210 Warren strenet et to Grandon block.k. OR RENT--LARGE WELL FURNISHED front room to one or two gentlemen. b-y Mquire No. 9, Btorth Ewi Heeg. FOR REIT--COMFORTABLY FURNISHED Grand street.lNext door Hotel Helena. OR IRENT-THREE FURNIBHED ROOMS with or without board No. 19 North Bento BOARD AND . ROOM OFFERED. FOR RENT-- PLEASANT FURNISHED Benton avenue. FOR RENT--FURNISHED ROOMS AND) board at Mrs. Wilson's, 210 Ewing street. O"lR RENT--ROOMS AND BOARD, B06 !" Warren street, corner Sixth ave. F,.OR RENT--OOl IN PRIVATE FAM.ILY with or without board at 505 Ewing street. ffOlt RENT--DWELLINGS. Sall improvements in the house; close by Main street. Address 114 South Howie street. -. OR RENT--GOOD FIVE-ROOMK HOUSE: I at $8 per month. Matheson & Co.. Denver [FOR RENT-8-ROOM HOUSE: BATH, HOT ' and cold water, stable; 482 Harrison ave nue. Address S. P.. box 916, city. B1OR RENT--11OUSE OF 7 ROOMS, NEW, t hcorner lot, No. 689 Poosta avenue, X15. Matheson & Co., Denver block. TOR RENT - CONVENIENT 5-ROOM i dwelling with large stable, No. 90* Peosta avenue; $15. Matheson & Co.. Denver block. FOR RENT-NEAT COT LAGE ON EIGIHTH avenue; $12; Mathevon & Co., Denver block. .011 RENT-NO 918 PEOSTA AVENUE, 1 brick dwelling, 7 rooms, bath room, etc.; $20. Matheson & Co., Denver block. 1?Olt RENT-NEAT 4-lROOM COTTAGE, I. Lighth avenue, $12: 5-room dwelling on Sparta street, llU; new 5-room dwelling on Posta avenue. $12, new 7-room house, corner Peosta and Biarfield, $15; 5-ruom house and lrge barn. No. 509 1 ousts, t15. Matheson & Co. -0OR lIRNT -A SIX-ROOM HOUSE. Apply at room 13 PoIrter flats. L OB IliNT--UNFURNISHED 1HOOM8 AND L apartments of all kinds and in desirable locations, at $4 to 910 per room. Call and exxam inoe ur list. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver building. 11 b iiENT'-VERY DESIRABLE IIESI 1t dence, nine rooms, on Rodney street, new Sixth avenue. Steele & Clemente. 1i` P RENT--FUIINISIIED O11011CE, is rooms, on RIodney streeta steam heat, gas. bath room, all modern conveniences. klteels , Clementa. FOR1OtRENT-NICE: -ROOM FRAME HOUSE S on ,Htatol tret, 2 or month. Steele t Clements FOIlt i 'LNT-8-101 }BRICK 1HOUSE ON SBrackonridge only $2 per month. teeloe & (lemients. FOI IIENT'-NICE 17 IO(,M BRiCK HOUlSE . on HIenry stroet near the electrie motor. Steele & Clements. F'OR IiENTl-- i-itOOM FRIAME 1OUSI ON CmEleoonth avenue, $20 per month. ltoelo & Clemente. p011 IKENT--St,VEItAL RIlIDENCdI ON o r eta avSnno in Broaldwater addition. for $1 r mlonth. Bteelo & C(lemernts. FOR .AIE-MISCELLANEOULK SdOR e.LIs--FINE GORDON HE'ITR P1'UI' SAddress Box 471, city P. 0. FOl HMALE -OWING TO RI)EMOVAt 1'11)M J- the city will emll my upright I'iannio iyen did c conditiosl fur $12., eah. Addreo. p. 0. Iox 1,131. FO'' iALEi--ESTA8LIlliD 31EltCANT11,4 bnsine with a largo traIlu. Will trade for improved real estate in ll:na. LuSteele & Clom ente. bFOt HALE-ONE URECREB flOle . PIANO one bodrol lom ot, o parlor sot, two car pets, four dimingroom chair , two atovo, oet. No. 432 Iarriou avenue. `OIL tALE ·-SJ(:Ol.l.li1 11l' IN J,11I: iiiw. I' ^na llusinu o lag Coo. n'.llhin lici. FORt IALE-HCIIIOIlABIIIP IN 'TEll ION Stana Bujineoa C'ullege Call at thie ollica "'OR SAL:E -OLD PAIElRii AT A IIAIt(OAII I' at ti office. oe t l0 " ikt ' hos ip Jditlon+a iOOR..a IC eayhte. ms at oLght pwer w rcit, s oe town. 1ide bath-ruoml ron t n . IOele & o nlcmen0. .5z tel 4IO IR0A' E ' ball. bk finltah,' lrambedt o s ftare al o gats, IFOR BALE-Sl.8 bS0:14 OOTM, . A D BAT ample grounds, o ort t ront S(Q O t do1,. de, cided buaain, athe'a nd& C, :.nve ' Bloc. Set-rooml~rie.k ottuag on W. ght oe s baenllen ibth.hot ant raide water, water rost, nit. lawn, btallle.ralafitish, mnear two reeotrle line.' - mope gron norh no ro tawa; 1ret. dd reo . -d lane gain. Montao asf Co aDner Bol ac re an tre frig a nl to stnoeteb ln o rchwap. Frono raLge on oettgR nside e T ahta0 on ee h reoduece, good improements; wll bew olf -t addito and lom w0ter. ar olse boni Co. 1on. DakLE-ota a tw B AIN-50, ieEs $Om Denver a Ho; n trs.k. Ad rener et, ntBe s 1 elet ,tret; e as,. 41 de1 brcon side, ell stwe, blonk fBra, Slghatree 81, f r ntoareet, 8-roo m hrape ho esonhouse-to hth avenueruio; $,00 ,w feet, roa4,0021 ee5rm frame houoroadway. s. e orenoh one . a & Co. UOR BALE- D A8-- 50 W OFY T I CE FINOT f an aheoin Montan 00n f ree. every amore an be irrigated and have abundance of water. lie rwater n o er, goaod markgt for atio Feeaio a fom $c4o to $ecasyemtal Mathesowi C tagrent bagain. N e o so. d 1FOR QBSALE- O LzlS0, G8OOl B0ILDIM coteSA15 on -outh e eO o ,stornee $5,eet '-on Dakota avenue; 54,800, ` 0t8-. f-room frame hange Blake streetd; $4,000, 4o x feet -room ai eon Siuth aoeoe Bdw eatte; O 1.5 1e OlR SALE--AT OF TILE B OO DXAELT - B5sSIfeet.8room brick onBeatte street. d- ". Frenche& iMCt. _v a fdrest broom brick house bon EieHtn avenur 54h000 42r10 fot , -room fraomenhoe an Brod ornert a roadwa in. ts. B. c G d & Co. - ORIt SALE--$1,O~ RE5L BUY A PIECE T O f same onae whoo wriant oa , ro1myloation for r Con. Denver Block. FOR SALE--5E500 LOA 4 liVR iY , on beet r sidn ee ostret ionthe cityf fol view ofa twae an ide nd valley, ddres i c bo a 117 s city 'Olt SALE-AT A IIAIIABN-UY FEET ON eBre edwa near Hobar; easy terms ae Ad-s dress poetofire box 2R. Helena. rOitSALE-50x140 FEET ON LYNDALE AVE. -nuaeatabargain; terms to suit. Steele Clement. FOR SALE-O-ROOM RESIDENCE ON WEST Sside, bath room, well finished, 12o0 cash, balance to suit. Steele e Clements. FOR SALE-$2,500; 7-ROOM DWELLING ON Peodta avenue, coiner lot; $200 down, SB per month. Matheson & Co., DenverblOck. ]I.OR SALE-$5,50;A VERY FINE R ANCH n pDeer Lodge rcounty of 800 oacre, ample water and timber, good buildinge, commands fine range. Price, which is very much osie than the value of the hare land, includes team mare., owing machine and other farm implement. .saw and shingle mil a considerable quantity of lumber and loge; $2,00 down, balance easy termn Matheson Co.. Denver block. R -$2200 NEW DWELLING IN EASTERLY . additrio. Hall, eight roma, pan try, closets, cellar, city water, fine ontuldige; house is very eubetantially built. is attriastive i appeareandce od guaranteed to be warm. blis place was built by Martin Dibbart, who ares generally acknowledged to be careful, competent and conscentione builder,. Terms $00 down, balance on long time. Matheson & Co., Denver block. 0 S1 SALE-FOR $900 GOOD BUILDING F' lot tr60tx on South end of Rodney street; address box 777, city poatoffioe, Fi SAIE-F~5IN1 8-R01(10 B1ICK ROUSE uon Senerstreetn near ltodney, only few minute. from postolihee, at great bargain. Steele o Clements. 'OR SALE-$WAI0, NEAT 4-ROOM DWELL Sitong on Eighth avenue, near turn of motor tine, with good tot; 5200 down, $2 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver black. ~OR SALE-$9.5100. ELEGANT DWELLING IN Easterly addition, within 10 or 11 minute. walk from court house; contains reception hall, eight roams, also bathroom fully equipped, pantry, five closete. plate glass windows, fire place, hot and cold water, large cellar, plumbing for furnace and gas, finished in oak, front. north, $1.000 dawn, balance on any reasonable time desired. Matheson & Co.. Denver block. 1OBRSALE--WAREROUIOE LOTS IN EL liston, on N. P. right of way. 8100. Math. son & Co. FuR BAL --NICE 7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE on Eleventh avenue near Rodney. Steele & Clements. FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LARGE BARN ON Peosta avenue; house is new, well built and has five rooms; $1.050; payable 5300 down and $25 per month. Matheson & Co. FOR SALE-SAPPHIRE CLAIM OF TWENTY acres; excellent sapphire and ruby ground; well located for working. Price, $2,000. Title per fect. Matheson & Co., Denver block. TFOR SALE-LO IS AND 2, IN BLOCK 10, I' corner South Rodney and Southern streets. Level ground; finest view in the city. Apply to J. N. Craig, 612 B. Rodney street. F OR SALE-$1,500 FOR A GOOD 5-ROOM frame dwelling on Sparta street, one block from Rodney: contains hall, five rooms, pantry, large close t, good cellar, lot 50x125; $3850 down, balance on time, interest at 8 per cent. Maths son & Co., Denver block. FOR SALE-- 400 FOR AN EXCELLENT F building lot on liollins avenue, on line of electric motor: $50 down, $20 per month: or purchaser making improvements on the lot to the value of *500 may have 1 years' time for pay ment of entire price of lot. Mlatheson & Co., Denver block, F OR ALE-$5,000, 50x140 FEET, 6-ROOM frame house, a corner on Warren street; $6,500, 75x150 feet, 8-room stone house on Madi son avenue; $3,100. 40x113 feet. 0-room frame house, corner, on Chaucer street; $3,500, 40lx11 feet, 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. I. S. French & Co. MONEY TO LOAN. MIONEY TO LOAN--S5,000 AT 10 PER CENT 31 on real estate security. Address Box 792. ([ONEY TO LOAN-H. B. PAL.ERS. SIEE adv,. page 8. T LOAN-IN BUMS TO SUIT. LOW IlATIS' of interest. Steele &.Clements. LOST. J OBT--BETWEEN GRANDIiON BLOCK ON SWarren street and poatnf tce, or between Journal offics and rlrst National bank through Jackson astreet, a lady's pin with three largo dia monds, in blis plush case. Large reward for its return to C. F. H. l'attorson. Journal building. NOTICE TO CO-OWNEISB-H-ELENA, LEWI3 and Clarke county, Montane. Nov. ti 1881. 'To iYlis V, ibly, or to whom it may concorn: Ton are herebj notified that I have expended one thousand nine hundred (61.900) dollars. in labor and improvements upon the west fifty foet of No. 8 West, and the ea.ffttyfeet of No. 4 West. on the Moilayrelode in Owyhe mining distrio Lewis and (Clarke county. Montana, (sald parcesls of ground being bounded on the east byv lot t '"C and on the West by 18 "D", United tates patents on satid ldlntrre lode) in order to hold said premises under the provliions of section 224. revised statutes of the United ltate. belnt the amount reqsired to hold the same for the years. 1891. 1874. 10781. 1878. 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880, ial8, 1882, 1883, 1884. 1185, 1886. 181, 1888. 1889. 1610. 1891. And if within ninety days after this notice by publicatlon.,you faii or rofuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditere as a oo-owner, your interest in said claim will be the property of the subscriber under section '2 . Jac]OB 1SCth./.IL Date of first publication Nov. 7. 189L TOKHODE3 IS MIEETIN--TIIE ANNUAL meeting of the stookhbolders of the holoer I,umber company will be held at the office of the company. in elena. Mont.. on Monday, Jan 2b, 18, for the annual election of trustees and s ar lh tran~uis.en or such other bsl ee as shall leally omrblte befettit;* ._ y L'ag d rtc.; gCe att b `. 15 PEI aEt G E ON IsET FQ enti l.ne.. Joan. mor taom otrol r druepaa eMolk , 9nning 84Leod, 0 and iAtla blook, eena, a ont.e " ' * ate; Ind po atCeii. hi wo0ore row W troat tisy, s.ote o P pelt. :t). t SANTfi D-A BUr ER FOR A cepte O in diside? ropertyb; tust the tn or ·yowo e lare o Ma cth agen. ut d. 1W ANTED-TO TlADEU "- WO HOWA S anm, e eMa e t ha, dwod or andfinsh . uGe t d feoroet.ta roIlet' areltste.el Slawjsuit boue s donep t. e enatrimon vtie Ith irabt e o thi 4lit rAidoence pro p;ert o on tea., in muoth cognty o e. i , n conEDNaTiol BRADEof A el9 R M HOUSE hen onttes of tana, h irdoadd resadinMtoalth abto unameg ao mod erndan: eonvenieneM, na fr at hsato taert in a equtsd forl the toaexlusie Aof the wyor r servaie atrh mnr e to boUe oeipende sum onQ west sidee price lowien df e or m en. Mo mtth. ANTED-T BUILDHEIX-OA PIEDC OUN be aken youaccoferdbninest propertf. Wm thin fMrth a and w ht rddo .a of (irsat Falls for relena property. Steels& Cldemendnt Ja. ANTED-A ntUHeT IhRnI A PLAOET OF W tracthe F sthe est relden property on w nst side; proe way downt; halef cash faianoel onetyesr Wi. Mth. aent. Ma WANTED-ATORTADE A 9WROOM HOUSE on sin de, ha frwoo sinoor and finertish. bath, fnaceill modern on enie S,orMon-e aiProvedtroPerty, or lle C onle y o e for in, o Clemente.dat tWnhe ta of Dthe b Ent isene dreoIertN o wesie an s wayedown;hl onas, balaneprin8 bas edondeelopments h. age nt. WANTED-TTHREE HE-TED UNFUR undependent aot8ce. oe ve nces for tun the Iiret ludiclel district of thes state of eMontana in and for the ntoanty of Lewis and defendants. em The state of o LMent. n sends greettn tothe You are hermby required to appearrdan pation trniet ofoth state of Mon tanabe in and for the oeunty of Lewis and Cre and to answler he days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days: othewise within forty daye, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said compleint. The said action is brought to recover a judg ment in favor of the plaintiff and againsta the defendant, James W. C:onley, for thei sum of 5238 14. with interest thereon at the rate of 10. per cent per annum from the 24th day of April, 1888, upon two certain promissory notes which were made, eecuted and delivered by the de fendant, James W. Conley, to one .has. Gab iseh for the sum of $ll1.t7. each dated at Hel enas Montana, April24, 1888, and bearing inter est at the rate of 10 per cent per annum: one of which said notes is payeable eighteen months from the date thereof, and the other twelve months from thae dat thereof, which said noteh were subseouently assigned, tr asferred over, and delivered to this plaintiff who is now the legal owner and holder of the saener also to re cover a judgment in favor of the plaintmff and aegainst the defendants foreclosing a certain mortgage dated wthe 4th day of April 1888, made executed and delivered by James W. Conley and Catherine Conley to URua. nabisch, to se cure the payment of the said two notes of siltd. each, which said mortgage was recorded in the ostca of the county clerk and recorder of Lewis anit larke county, Montana, April 28, 1888, in book r of mortgages, page 1n7. For the description of property in mortgage reference is made to the complaint in said action. And you are htheby notified that if you fail t0 appear and anuwer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will enter your default, take judgment against James W. Conley for the sum of $1.8. .7 with interestat 10 per cent pel annum from April 24, 1888, and for costs oi suit. And will apply to the court for toe relef demanded in the complaint. Given under my ehand and the seal of the die. trict court of the irtet judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for thecountv of Lewli and Clarke, this 1et day of December. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety- one. [s .] O JOHN BEAN, Clerk, SBy Ct . B. TornCo .P.o i Deputy Clerk. MrCowNNELc & CLAYBERO, Plaintiff's Attorneys. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING-THE ANNUAL meeting of the stockholders of the "C. & D." Mining company will be held at the office of the Helena & Livingston Smelting and Reduction company, on Monday. Jan, 35, 18', at 11 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of electing a board of trustees for the ensuing year, and the transac tion of such other businees ua may pronerly come before it. O. . ALLEN, Seo'y. Helens, Mont., Jan. 15, 1892. NOTICE TO CUT TIMBER ON UNBUR. veyed government land. Notice isn hereby given, that in accordanace with the proviion of section 8, aot of March 9, 1391. and the raler and regulations p weoribed by the honorable osecretary of the interior, Ma 5, 1891. we. the undersigned, give notice that after the expiration of twenty-one daye from the first publication of this notice we will make written application to the honorable secretary of the in terior for authority to cut and remove all mer chantable cord wood, lagging, and mining tim ber, allowed to be cut and removed under and by virtue of said law, and the regulations of the in terior decartment, from the following described tract of land, vi.: leginning at a point two and a quarter miles up tie south fork of Main Belt creek, from the confluence of the Main Belt breek and the south fork thereof, thence three miles east, thence sonth six miles, thence west six miles, thence north six niles, thence east three miles to the place of beginning, maid lands being uneur veyed but lying as near as can be ascertained in townshi thlrtoen (13) north, of range eight (8) east. laid lands having thereon, as near as can be estimated, about filtythouosandcords of wood. forty thousand pieces of mining timber, live hundred thousand feet of lagging. and fifty thousand railroad ties, al or eaid land beini nonumtneral so far as known, rough, hill, and steep, and wholly un fit for agricltural purposes, and is located i the county of MeagherM state of Montana. T. H. HEALEY. F. M. STEVENS. Of Neihart postoffico, Montana. Dated Dec. 18. 1891. BTUDY LAW AT HOME. TAEU A CounsaE I THE Sprague Correspdndence Peolool of Law. (Incorporatod.) Send ten cents (atampa) for particulars to J. Ootner, Jr., Sec'y. No. 888 Wbitnae Blook, Detroet, Mich. IIOVEY & BICKEL CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS, ROOMS 24, 28, Merehante National Sank Building. Helena, - Montana. L. SMITH, Freitht and Transfer L84 IELENA, MONTANA. - - no 1) i P. .o . . . o 3 e 4ae, lri oth t' i ot~o+.pl411 lwo, P ,qos l. lie S unetelwc er, green and ptak(,e 114 x obweb 0arbon poaer, rt dreen and i Sscrc ribbtns, 8i greo n oppiy. a '0 ..,otley blt pewriter g phper It raoo *C il· _ . .1 Ste elruled . 8.er, h . 50 who pol paper i l+, n w , plain.. ead oe a led :.r a 24xo00, a1,pe id 48 1sortea; 6 "r" r etlts blot quality typew riter oil. Sqte *etc ules, 2 t rd'., , with ldu rnd eteel roles lit n., withJ •ia.res . e qt(. D.'.'e~ ~ antrtoer'sted in k woodle. nford's wmth oil ue. 'dm. d o.- 4 4 loxl no. 1; h.ll with erar.15. 0 boxes p.olllstlene No an o 20 box ldersub r br ern;, 4irnt e , 8 . 1 do, edack tte Ac, b i ldo a hotl; an Sal ite liren blotter L and 190 ponnds opping p aper, a oornd n s ed inkin 1 bq'. etian foria mlclgtte.; t tet 11, 0 l ebtpls bindr. 00 boxes rubberopyll boonds, di)e00 pges each i whiteneloee 9xi . pinted adblotter a,00 en elopoe. 6.%x8% printed heading, 00 .pounds weoapping paperin.tedhe ng. L00 n : , prn .twi S leter copying hooks, 5ii pages each. 9,500 envelopes, 9lx4l4, printed he.ding. ,0.00 envelopes, 9214. prteinted heag samding, ,00 manvlla p.es. wrappers, printed heading, stamped, .o (mple). a ilrod peort onment book; t railroad in Sloeso mt booko 1 0 eonvelonmpet of assprtsmednt booksg. 1000 envreord booklopes, 11x4', printed hading. 1000 receipt boole. 1 parints each. Senvelopeoks, , printed beading 10.00 mining letterd irrigating ditch statements. 1.00 oanila pmswrappers printed headingo assessment lt Sformrailroad , sehcont distrieb and town h repord bookts , 00 paees ach.. o0 receipt ooks. 100 pagse es each.men t e 12 memorandum books book, cont ors' sttemnt e be tu lstes, r atea otl . il andex buoka. ,000 mining and irrigating ditch statements. fo raise and ro clotnons. 1200 forms of trassesrers repornt lists. 200 she te assessment book, county clers' a00le and tax deeds. .1.000 s tatements Ytx oeiptd 500 roles and regulations. 200 forms of treasurer's reports. ere'reports. 12,000 school census reports. 00 certificate of election of trustees. 400 each of certificate of appointment of truse tee and election of clerks. 1,000 agreements between trustees and teachers. 400 reports of couny treasurers, justices of the ~Mea. clerk of the district court and county olerd and recorder. 2,250 trustees' finncial and statistical reports, 1,000 forms of slips for reports. ap,00 engineer's license and application and boiler inspector's certificate. 600 appointments of agents, warrants and requisitions. 100 bill heado. ,000 fotrms, Nos. 14. 1, 1,. 17. 18 and 19. 1,7150 muster rolls, rsquoiitions, quartermaster stores, receipts, invoices, compay. returns, ord. nance and dlscharges. 4,000 receipts and requisitlonl for records. 7 haire. Sdesks. Sbookcaes. 1 roospenmet'r or arlding machine. I Biram's anemometer. i1 Fairbanks letter coalde, 'A oz. to 4lb. 1' toweas and 5 yds. cheese cloth. 1 state map. 00 cylinder peaer tubs. 1 wisp broom. 5 caddies matches. S ink bottles, 1 mucilage bottle. 50 boxes gold seals, 2. 2+ and 8 in, in diameter. 0 bolts red document ribbon. All proposals tendered in pursuance of this notice must be sealed end addressed to Joe. K. Tools, president of the state furnishing board, Helena, MontanO and must state specifically the amount for wlch each class bid on will be supplied. Ilamplee of all supplies may be seen at the of. fice of the state furnishing board. Bids must be accompanied by a bond with at least two sureties in not less than twice the amount in any class bid upon, payable to the state of Montana. and ,conditioned that if the bidder shall receive the award he will at once enter upon the fulfillment of the contract and complete the came within sixty days from the approval of said bond. psyment will be made upon the completion of the contract. Pi1. -cu it he filed on or before 12l o'clock m., Februr It, 1892 " JOB. K. TOOtLE, Pesident state furnishing board. IHAxR it. C(ImY. secretary. TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. -THE NORTHWESTERN LINE, (C., ST. P., M. & O. RY.) This is the only line making conneotion at St. Paul withthe Great Northern Railway every daj in the week for Chicago. Through time is se follows: Leave Butte, via Great Northern...... 7:80 a m Leave He2ea, via Groat Northern..... 11:10 a m Leave Great ýalL, via Great Northern 2:55 p " Arrive at Minot ....................1 0 am Arrive at urand Forks ...............A p D m Arrive at t. Pau ...................... Pam Leave Butte, via Northern Pacific..... 7:00 p 1eave RHelena,. via Northern Pacific.... 7:85 p m Leave Bozeman, via Northern Pacific 11:40 p m Arrive at it.' Pai ...................... 15:50 p m Via "The Northwestern Line": Leave St. Paul .............. 7:50 a m 0:50 p Arrive at Milwaukee......... 7:55 p m 7:25 ao m Arrive at Chicago....0...... 9:80 p m 9:00 a m Secure your tickets over "The Northwestern Line." Itis the short line both in time and distane to Chicago. T. W. TEAr DALE, e e '. W. thEAoDALE, General Passenger Agent. St. Paul n • .NEW. • Sioux City Route . EAST.. Passengers tor the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIL CENTRAL B. R. not only desirable res to time and eqnipment, bu one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux Oity, the only Corn Palace City of the world; Dubunqe, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rookford, Illinois, a new manufactueringl city, that has become a "world within it, sell," and Chicago, whose growth and en terprise is the wonder of the world. With elelant free Chair Care, and Pullman Pal. ace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Ohieago, and with a cloe connectiolon with the UNION PACIFIO trains at Sioux City, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. respeotfully presents its clalms for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particulars call upon local ticket agent, or address the un jreigned at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, dest. Gen. Pias. Act.