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THE FINANCIAL REVIEW,
Abatement of the Hurrioane of Ex citement Raised by the ,Reading Deal. The Immense Sum Added to the List of Experimental Se ourities. Our R1lations With the London Market Not Materially Aflected-Dependent on the Silver Questlon. NEw YOUK, Feb. 23..-[Special.]-'he last oircular issued by the banking house of Henry Clews & Co., 11, 13 and 15 Broad strast, and 35 Wall street, says: The hurricane of excitement raised by last week's announcement of the anthracite combination has abated. Fortunately, it has left behind no wrecks; nor has it much disturbed the even tenor of securities not directly affected by the operation. The anthraoite issues themselves, however, are left in anything but a settled position. The large holders of them directly rcsociated with the amalgamation no doubt expected to unload the major portion of their hold ings upon outsiders; but the very magnifi cence of the soheme alarmed rather than fascinated ordinary operators, and (ex cepting perhaps a few unwary room trad ers) the rank and file have prudently pre. ferred to wait until they better understand what the surprise really means and what is likely to be its upshot-a fact which illus trates a conservatism of current spec ulation to which we have had fre quent occasion to refer. The symp toms of a desire to unload these immense holdings have been very manifest in a steady decline in Reading fron sixty five to fifty-seven. The prevaniling feeling in Wall street towards the anthracite stocks is naturally one of distrust. The nmlga- mation is regarded as a dubious experinent. It is viewed as a fresh attempt to galvanize Reading into life, after the failure of one equally sanctioned by great names, bol stared by splendid vrornises and executed at a cost of some millions four years ago. In fact, after many years' experience in re vamped corporations, Wall street has come to regard all tinkered railroads with severe caution, as not one in five of them realize the large promises made for them by the highly reputable galvanizers. Added to this, the aim of this combination has been to create, if not a trust, yet a virtual mo nopoly; and it has been found in almost every instance of monopolistic organiza tions that they tend to dangerous inflation of issues and, by the ._ , their operation, work their own rtitima.ta Ocdfeat. Many of these industrial organizations to day stand out as a distinctly discredited group of in vestments on the exchange, too venture some for transient operators and the last to be thought of for prudent investment. The formation of this anthracite combination adds $3C.2,500,000 to this experimental list of security issues. That fact will in future range these properties among the most fluctuating and uncertain on the market, and for that reason they may be expected -........ in ernint.ivA trens to promote an incrass in . ersv-- u . e - actions and imlart additional activity to the market. But that result can only be expected when the quotations possess less transparent manipulation than at present, and when the present powerful holders have unloaded. In judging when these stocks may be expected to prove an attract ive epennlative purchase, it must be taken into account that the intrinsic weakness of the scheme will not be developed forthwith, and that, for possibly one or more years, affairs may be so managed as to make the results approximate the ipromises now made by the promoters of the combination. The frequent violent fluctuations of the anthra cite stocks may attract speculative pur chases; but, excepting on the important de clines, prudent operators are likely to dis card buying them. To this extent, the excitement connected with the coal properties is calculated to produce some contraction of speculation in that particular set of stocks; but the symptoms are that other stocks will pro vide ample material for an active market. The majority of operators, while neglecting the coalers, are giving correspondingly more attention to the remainder of the list, and present indications favor the prospect of a healthy tone of business dur ing the spring months. Rumors are cur rent of contemplated amalgamations, a Il Reading. between certain large western roads; but it is impossible to authenticate the reports: and, in view of the difficulty experienced by the promoters of the coal operation in getting rid of the immense load of stocks they have accumulated, it seams as likely that the Reading case would discourage any other huge combination until that one is safely out of the way. The Reading excitement has not mate rially affected our relations with the London market. Some orders for those securities have been received here, but the sales at the high prices a good deal more than offset the purohases. The London market shows more steadiness and some symptoms of returning confidence in the Baring group of investments. The total amount of new loans and new companies brought out in London since January let falls about $19,00,0000( below that for the same period of 1891-a change which would seem favorable to an increased demand for foreign investments: but it may be expected that England will discriminate against American issaue until it becomes more apparent what is to be the future basis of our currency system. WIl.I NOT li-;Y IllS WIFE. Awaiting tlle tIeturl, of Her Departed spirit for 'Tent Days. MAuori:, Mass.. Feb. 1I.--la a zine-lined coffin the body of ilrs. Sarah E1. IBiley har: lain for ten days, awaiting burial. Her has band. John Bailey. is a spiritualist, and lie is awaiting for the departed spirit of hi:, wife to return while tile body remains iii the house. The coffin was made a fellow spir itualist and Mr. Bailey himself lined it with zinc. No undertaker was allowed to touch the body. The neighbors were not infcrmred of IMrs. Basiiy'e death until her body uad been cold a week. ' hen they were invited to part ci pate in a peculir funeral esuvic-. 'J byV were surl.ised to tlearn the next day that the body hand not been buried, and thalt tirhe husband had no intention of burying it 'Ths neighbtrs notified the police, and this morning (Chief itichatrds a;d Medicel IExaminer Duell visited the house and t- I amined the body, but there ware no tsigns of decomposition. 'They nrged Mr. illetey to bury it, and his reply wae: "'I n goImI' to keep the body as long ac I please, and I'm not going to bury it until 1 get good and ready." The officials say that tncre is no law cov- I Bring the case, and the board of heolthi claims that it can do nothing so long as there is no danger to the health of the peo ple. Chief Richards has found a city or dinance which states that in case of a tdeathl an undertaker must be summoned, and it is p oposed to take Mr. Bailey to task ,or the violations of it. Iastoin's tigamy, by Albert Uoo. copletlo series of '1 le Ifetricri of t illt ('ourt of London, by ,t. \Y. M Reynioldd. la.lzar's Dr irll toriej ant other good books just received at ThUe ee Fast lItunaing. TheGreat Not theri leaves Heletna at 11:10 n. ni., and mtakes several houts quicker time than any other line to tit. Paul, Chi. cape, and all eastern points. They run palace dining and sleeping cars; also free colonist sleepers. 'Iicket office, No. 6. Main street. B. H. Laiii.iy. General Ticket Agent. THE MAREdTS. FTOCitI. NEw Yoes. Feb. 23.-B-ar sllver. 800ec. Copper--Weakert lake, $10.lt 010.75. Lead -Firm; domestic, $4,20. The etook market was stropping inthe frer noon, but buying for foreigan acaount later re eultsd in the recovery of deolilns and some gains. Chicagd gas, hpwever, was under the hammer continuously and at one time dropped 2j4. The close was quietbut strong, iinal changes being almost at-small gains, except Chi cago gas, which is downa,1. Lackawana roses 3. Gove4lmente Dull: steady. Petrolonm--Clsucd S9'i. Cloring Cleosing U. S. 4aflc....... 111 Oregon Nay....... 87 U. . 4 coupun....llti Peiic Mail ....... 37 1. 1. 27 reg..1....10 Pulltlan ,Palace...188S Paciioe s..........10 ock Island..... 89 C'anada Pac....... 89P St. ijaul ........... 78 i Coanada South..... 0 St Ple t Omaha 47 Central Pacific .... 1 '.lexas Pacific...... 104 uorlington ......lles4 Unioa Pacifico..... 46t 6 Lack. Western.... l10 U. e . tr press..... 4 Erie ... 3. 0 I354i targB txprees ....142 Knsas &t'exas ae.... Ii$a Western Union.... 871( Lake Shore .....l..1214 Amsrl CottonOil. it I'ville & Nash..... 75 rmil. ...... li Michigan Central.106i Lead .rust........ 20 Missori Pacific... 62 Oreg'n Short Line. 208 Northorn Pacific.. 1 2. It. U. Western.... 38 N. Pl pro........ r 1f h.U. . ..... 70 New YorkCentral.1l7.$ t.G. W . Isis...... 30 treone lmolp....... 8 DistillOrs.......... 49(4 hloney on tll easy: closed offered at 2 per cent: prime meroautiie paper, 1 05P:; sterling exchange easy: .0i-day bill, 'i4.45I demand, $4, h8 (C1tCAGO CA7VIOIt ClTeAOO Feb.e 2Y.-Cattle-lrl a tte, 10,000; slow, unsettled; good steers, $4.1254.70; others, 7.iI5 S.;l90; efderer, $3.0t).0.50; stockers, $1.7560 lBogs--Receits 32,000t: slow. lower. rough serod ..omn.... 04.4904.60: mixed $1.65(44.7:; prime hoary and butchers' weights, •4.8004.85; Sheep--lereipts 6,001: fairly activo. steady: ewes. $AOt6004.25: mixeJl, $4.7005.20; wethers and yearlings, $5.i005.75; westerns, $4.00-5.10. CTICAtO11 P80O0D 1.i. Cn'trAet. Feb. '23.-Close--Wheat-Steady: cash. S!0 c: May, 92240098a0o. Coru--tasior; cash, 40P:e; May, 414041(ic. Ota-ts-teady: cash. 2009294c; May. 1ilac. Barloy--Nominal; t56o. Pork-S-teady: cash, $11.2ta; May, $11.574. Lard--Steady; cash, $5.40; May, 06.55. t heulders---$6..O. t.L25. hort cloear--05.00tr.5 2d. Short ribs--5.75. HELENA WHOLESALE .ESRKi Els. HELENA, Feb. 22. 1891. Granulated sugar. '4 100..........$ 5 6 Pillsbury'e Best floor, 4 100...... 3 15 Montana flour. 4 100 ...... 1... ... 25 02 -10 Corn meal, white. P 100.1........... 187 Corn meal, yellow. 4 100.......... 1 b0 Becu, dry salt, ' lb ............ 01. Bacon. smoked, ............... Os Baron. choice breakfast, 11b...... 1204 flams, lb ...... ...... . . . 104 Lard, trimes leaf, jlh............. 10 C'annodtomtoes. B case.......... a 75 Dried peaches. peoled .......... It 00s 15 D)riod peaches. unpeeled........... 07 00 Buckwheat ........ 4 21 Toney, white clover, combs, W1 b. 20 Froeshl Fruits and Vegetables. Apples. ;F box .................... 01 25 1 35 Apple, 44 bbl......... ....... 40 4 50 Apples. .ew York, V bbl........ 5 00 a 5 25 (Cocoauunts. lf doz ................. 25 Grapes, Mtalaga, 7 bbl........... 00 00@10 03 Quinces, it box..... .. 2 0J Cranberries. Cape Cod. 41 bbl..... 10 00 @11 50 Lemons, Messina. 4 box......... 6 0 6 235 .ranges, navels. 41 box......... 4 00 00 4 25 Oranges. seedlings, le box........ 2 50 0 3 25 Pineapples. 41 doz ............... . 00 Celery, ' doz ........ 50 Potatoes. 100 lb................ 60 Onione, 4 100lb.............. 11005 0200 Cider, new sweet. W bbi.......... 10 50 Cider, beat atrett, $1 04 bbl....... 5 00 0 5 50' Oysters, Baltimore Selects, ? don. cans....... 603 Oysters, New York Counts, 5 doz. cans ........................ . 660 Oysters, New York Counts, in tubs, per 1,000 .................. . 15 03 Poultry. Prices are strong and the supply good, We quote: Tsurkeys, dressed, . lb............ ;60 00 18 Chickens, spring, 19 lb........... 12',,0 15 Fowls, . b ..................... 1 . 1 Game. l uail. i? doz ....................... 2 50 02 75 Opossum ............. 25 0-1 50 Wild turkey, 5 1b ...l.......... 23 oButter and Eggs. Both the butter and egy markets are firm. Tie market is fairly supplied, while the demand is good. ereamery ......... ........... a U s a Dairy ........................... 20 (a t5 Cooking . 12 Dl 15 Egg, fresh, per case ............. 7 50 e 8 00 Hay, Grain and Feed. Montana blue joint. baled, f ton.. $ 17 00 Montana timothy. 1 tn ............ 17 00 Montana upland, l ton ............. 1i 00@16 00 Oats, V 100 .......................... 1 30 @1 35 bran and shorts ..................... 1 20 [The above quotations are furnished by Her bert Nicholson & Co., and F. 8. P. Lindsay & Co. I UMMIONS.-IN THE DIST'RICT COURT OF the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Anna Loewe. plaintiff, vs. Henry Loewe, de fendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby requroed to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff 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 tiled therein.within ten days (oxclusive or the dlay of service) after the service of this sum mons, if served within this county: or. if served out of thia county. but it thid district, within lwenty days, otherwise within forty doe.; or judgmoent by default will b-. taken against you according to thle prayer of said complaint. 1he said action is brought to obtain aldouree of Ihiscourt dissolving the bonds of inarimony now existing between said plaintiff and defend ant,. uIpion the grounds sot forth in the complaint rn tfile in this notion, and for the, custody of the minor children and for general relief. Plaintitt ailleges t: said complaint, as grounds for such divorce. that on the lath day of Dscent her. A. It. one thu:rand eight hlndrel and holhlly-nine, (l0t8 the defendant wilfully and without cause dleorted and abandoned the plain till and abseut:ed hinitset f front pl tint il agaiust her will and witholt .her consvect, and dep:atrtrd frotllt c lss sltate o Mo Nit:tua, aslid sl.l coustites to live separlale arnd apart fromls her. And you are hsereby notified that if you fail teo appesar anld an wr the nii s tcompllaint. as L aboven requirud, tihe said plaintitff will apyly I.to tie c:sourt 1fo thb relirt dvuaetled inl her copr laint. clivrn under smy hand and the sea) of thie dlis tricot is of ute tiirst judicial district of t e staltel of Montana, in and for thie :,nty of lswi. and tltaks', this fth day of February, ic tih Sear of oulr Lod one thousand eight hu-drold an: niineta*LWtv ores.. i tJOiiN IIEAN, i,. ('lorK sf District ourt, W. 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F h l 'o .r er yi - or itldi ieill-il r.r trhulalrr ilrcl ni tl aprlao r ir. enit a e ii' Oh. int brohgt bainal i ilari d0itr'ioir of Arid yoir: ar di\vlr ithy no s ii rt Irf f nlltori f.ll a airl n l oir oo-r/. iC i Ih aint r Irrn , oiilrtoillirtOl F r o e rri ld ttlhu til ori lairlbl wll rnr rrln oif ii rl r ai d r il i di kin-n jrroirnlc u di 'rrn reirr r.. and (l t-Ilu. l flr r of ir'lrllg tirtei.ro rle rtc iuLr Iin .treu fi.-Iedr~ I (41 nl 4 r·atidr 1 nea rqiltt. n j er IOtI IN~ hiiI, (l o .8ilckn l'y1o.hut wif f.tlrirrer,rmn, w Jliirjirt, I o I lC. and .prL fro hi ithiIn I Ail N'f iir-'I'IN('11 l frnk or 'IIleln, Ntd inist h. will hi ied wihot hiv fr I(oflol aa i ] bent ow did dn, Ifalier 7. A.f fn'}t f (or1 flu,- rorreon hofrelnftown direlore t~ for-si rank for tie ,, unhnin I Aldyo trt hr~y t~lw. ta K fII yoT Caninier ADVERTIsPls i:l It "s ~. Lettrstao the telowl MMtl 1dmlteinam +pt called tfor at this ofiti e ""M.. S."'.Mrs J. AI. ',," m.lemaa" "Scoteh i rrsosskeeper," '.'oo" ". Mosni "Mi Bedford." "'Rotberts," "Atmos".l "" " Woodfqrd." SITlUATIONS \YANT"I)D-I'EliMALB AdverttisWenut under tlnri head thrcs tioes SITUATION WANTED- WO MAN Di SIRS. D to go out wshing, ironng or hose oleaning by the ury, Addre lh South iLrodney street. OITUATI1lN \ANTIED-itE A (1IlL TO DOG n1 sun kind of housework by the' day;: also one I to do hamnber work or Ionndry work whereaon can go hoos nights. Address M1 .), lndepond ent c. ic. SITUATION WANTRED-BY AN KXPIRlll onCenc cook to do cooking or general houoe work. Address .Iv. i., lndrepndent ltfiec. 8lTUATI)N \YWANTED-ItY A GiLS , it 14 to ork for her bard.in a c~fomiy 'with no large children, and attend oehool. Address id. V., this oatfic SITUATION WANTED--BY FIRS'T-LAdS chambermaid. Address 21. Lawrence street. SITUATION WAN.PIED--IIY YO UNGI GIIl. to do second work or washing. 212 Law rence street. TrUATION WANTIDD---I Y ilIlL TO ,DO Sgeneral housework. 12 L.nwrenee street, lITUATION WANTED--3Y AN EASTERN girl as niurse to an invalid lady or to care foe grown ohild. k ood roeferene. 211o Lawrence atroot. IITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTA bloe lady to take .eharge of a widower's housn. AGood ofoeresnos given. Address A. J., Inde pendent. ITUATION W\VANTED-lIY A YOUNG LADY kI to do dressmaking, children's clothing or plain sewing; would go out by the day or take work homs. Address N,9 Seconl street. ITVATI-ONS WVANTE D-MALE. Adverlisements unuer this head three times WR2EE. SITUAT1ON WVANTED-B-Y MIDDLE-AGED 0 an, as driver. storekeepeor collector or any kind of work; speaks icerman and English and is well resonnaudd. Address C. G.. this oicre. LT'UATION WANTED--IY A YOUNG tMAN who has four years' experience as book keeper andl general clerk in national bank; al-o snme knowledge of merchandise business; will furnish best or references as to ability and dis posirlon of haebits. Address B. V.. Finn, Monut. ITUAI'llON WANTED -- AS ASSISTANT ebookkeeper or collector; good references. Address WV. r. B., thise ofice. H.LP WVANTEI) I LE,.IALE. ' ONTED-- GOOD O ID til FOLI GENERAL Shoousework; a steady situation and good wages to right one. Apply by letter with refor euces to rrer. IV. M. 0 ooldridge, Blossbnrg, Mont. WrANThED - WAITER GIRL. APPLY AT the Now Merchants. WrlNTED-~lIRL TO DO SECOND WORK. Apply 501 North Ewing street, corner Ninth avenue. W ANTED)-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work; must hayve good roferences,. In quire 5lt Sixth avenue. IIELP WANTED--SALE. VANTED--AN ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN Vto maneage office in litlena. Good refer encns and $1.00 cash crasital roqaired; salary $1.200 per year and interest in business. Addres 6iS0 Pioneer building, teattle, Wash. WANTED--tUUSTOM ULOTHINLi SALES man for city trade; none but experienced salesmenneed apply.; referencesO required. Ad dress Salesmau, this office. OPO REEN-r-FURNISHUED ROOM1S. .OR BENT-VERY DESIIABLE FUll I nished room for one or two gentlemen, with use of bath, at 115 Beattie street, next to corner of Filth avenue. OI.UR RENT-COMFIPOTABLY FUWRISHED 1' rooams at reaseonal rates. Harvey block. Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena. 1 with or without board, No. 19 North Benton BOARD AND ROO! OI.FEREI). OR RENT--N1CELY FURNISHED ROOM in private family, bath included, and board if desired at roasonable rates. 509 SixLth avenue. i'OR RENT - PLEASALNT FURNSIIHED I rooms. with first-class table beard, at 301 Benton avenue. LOli RENT--ROOMS AND BOARD, 300 SWarren street, corner Sixth ave. FOR RlENT--BOOM IN PRIVATrE FAMILY with or without board at 505 Ewing street. FOR RENT-DWELLINGS. FOR HENT--8-IROOM HOUSE, ('ENTBALLY located on Benton avenue, witl hath and other conrvreniences; comrpletaly fournished, in eluding $500 piano; $65. aIlthoso & t'o, Denver block. TiOR RENT-IN EASTERY ADDITION. BE L tween Chaucer anti ileettie, an elogmrnt new elght-room dwelling, only $20; also neat cottage on rast side only $l0. Mlatheson & (to.. Denver block. jORl0 RENT--IVERY DESIRABIIE REST .2dence, nine rooms, on Rodney street near Sixthi avenue. Steele & Clements. IO, RENT -SIX-tOOnM FLAr. tiOUSiE ON Elaventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele dt ('laments. IIOR BENT--SEVEN IlOOIr IN I1OUSE, 512 B1reckenridge street: 3 rooms now ocou tried by roomers and will remain if doe.ir:d. -I otiricTKiBRCKolisH-El, E.'llt MN utes' walk from postolfire. 7 rooms, bath aind wash rooms, hot and cold water In three tlaces, furnace; pirice $i0. Inqluire at Cowlea' ta'sh Mot'rce. OLt IIENT--FIVE-IIUOO IIOUSE .'iU nished suitable ftr housirkeepirng. $2l1 per month. Inquirea at 212 Stale street. F .O RIN°I--FOUIr-LOOMtl CiI'.I'Ar; ON South lHodnoy, $r; 5-rooam dwelling and lare barn, city water. ll ti'eosta avannll; lnew 7 room dw,'lliug. cornur lot, Post r avenuel, $.15 ii rcomI hou1o, p Irce r . stre1, eor' darnT. diz.; '-r7oom1 hoIlrroe. til 1'e,rtea avenre, bath, hli, ard cold water. 521: new ,-room dwelling on 'IhcnLiix ave nue, city wrater in house. $1:; firnished cottage, Ninth avenue. $:l.50I; 5 voomnl furiil;:ed on Ben loll avenue, lnelr dwards street. Dtt:,. Matheson & (.o., IDerer blocik. h'Ot hENT tIl)US I OF 7 1O00MS, NEW, corner Io!, No. ('1) I'oosta :rvunue, 11i. Mlatheson & ( o, D)onver block. I1. lOlI RENTN - ('ONVIENIENT 5-1ROOM tdwelling with large stable, No. t0ut; Pooetrl avolruo: r 1 . Vatht::on & C(o. D1river block. 01lO I NTI NO Uri P.':O:'l', AVENUE, -. briik dwelling. 7 rcrrnri. bath room, etc.; i'20. hlathtison & ('e., J.Itior bihhk. 1~.1~. 1N i). 17iNF 1.-I NI-; Iit 1 i01S AND Salrtmeunts of all kindl. :ind. in desirable Iocrtionls, at1 .o $0 nper room. (aiLr and oxam inoonr list. W\\'allcg & "ulrnbnrgh, Donvor I ti!dig.lt i 1 IINi . 14'Ut I l.I'NT S''UlIti ON MA IN SlT.REET, rgK uald dosrrabla; clheap rent. AI. E. Cox, aIod lint 1 u1 N'1 houSII . St.l(I & (ltt 1071 IN. I .1011 l'iNl F11'-: LAnltI. nI.il MIi SNI ON SUi!eriI Main street. dtoil: .t (";inentc. F1O I/:N R T I UM'litNI li -,) IOt100i3 IN irS itir i tlirtt FOR Sci I.EE -M ' iSC~I. L~N I:()IS. bIathsH in I·oln ctionu: : Illl only clrrl iu la~wn do- oil all n half iuturc.,t, Addrt,,, A. A. ))rown, (;out FaIll. Moot. 011 ti.1 h; I'lll.Y- I i' IN7F 't'ltt': Et N 1 i O o. I.ilr :IoI, illt t AllrNllt. Ad j LUY. SA . 1 tt:l'ltt tt144 lA I';-ASO 114r )i.ct.l l t-At4n t r t . 4,4'444 , p144444 t l4 4 0 nlg4 lr4 4itlalra t.r )440 rat4 ):rut'.· I1I1Iuil ll re Ililc"., frontl Illlllllaa .Nu1; HALL -LCII01.1ItSIII' IN 'ttarri YIOY4 0,ns w:II Hauoi a'Ulhlgu tall it 41 iin ullice0 4444t'4, to : -r1t44 lti rja&.;Y AND1 HA&I 14 t.)1. l"Ailr tl--On 1 t)llN CIIL1lU. L I) rlLIVUI P ANO POP, it, Ionr dintn P ouru Clil t I t!LrI . two ttU $, oto. rOltl SAL P .ALD IIO) ,INWAT* !saucer boalevadst atism, baseamet attei, 1e rooms, bsth, fareo hot and hold rwatsr; lo1t le lg12(prlce g ,OO00. $,00 down. balance to suit pur chers tine bloo from mo tor llt'. Matieaon t tco., Lenver bloak. 1'Olt sal --S$2lllO t.lt Ood 01Vl DLW.Nt ON o 1'onta avenue, coiner lot; $200 down, 11 per month. Matheth on C,, Denver blook. OOR SALE--FINR EIGHIT-RtOOM BRICK Sresidonce oh wvott side. only two blocks from Main street, fronts on two streots; very cleap,. Steele t C`leuents. CR SALE-FINE KIGIHT-IOOM BRIICK h Oioa o Aon spencer streit, near Bodney, only few minutet from prn oitlioo, at great baraai,. Steele & Clements, O--· BA - -81,00 -3x -e@ a t bath ro ; and all ad a tInon gootd FOR SALE-$,00,TWO 815x-8 8ROOM BRIKES ON cellar, ater, a oen Raletg stre; t $3 o, 42x88, !-room brick, Collar. water, etc,, on Lia sigh atre., $,500, .lxl. ft, 8-rom frame house, On laucer bollevard; $4,5/00, 4bx100 feet. a-room frame hner on roduway at three. rtnoh actual val Steele lmnt. J'Ot SALE-A FINET RENIDR O N NOTH treet west ide oat at a rati tnarooms. urnateelo bath room and all modern fittings; good barn t lemoutbuildings. Win. Muth, xt 'OR SALE-TWO SLA OOE NEW HOUSES ON west r sidn easy ttvoe; snear na r school buildirng, founolry and elsot,l lines. \Cmo Sluth, agt. 1jOli SALE--FIFTY FEE ET ON IIELENA a avenue near foot of Rto:incy at throe-fourths actual value. Steele &. lements. OR SALE--A FINE CORNERLL UY AON NOPIC OT Slain strdoit 100xavi fteet, fronts on tree streets: will be sold ata great sacrifice. Steeloe 'lemonts. FOll SALE--A LAR GE1 NEW HOUSE ON prothan ten minnt aven walue; oths all moadwa fimprovent mforts anme is one good condtiomy loric very low and terms to e sit; a snap W E. Co, athesold I& Cok. 'iOR SALE-- AVE WILL BUY A PIECE OES land aldjoining Davisa street and not mor than ton minutes walk south of Broadway; front age 450 feet; water convenient; a good location for aome one who wants a roomy location for keeping teams or cows; easy terms. Matheson p Co., Denver Blocko OR SAL,--I AVE SEVERAL NICE liES a ideinces on the west side for sale at diffront, lotr gin. rieesle and& Ctleme. arties. wishito by hom'o will cd we ell and sea wsy t I an of for. . Muthine re ngt i OR SALE-$ SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON NINTH . avenue within a block from steam motor line ricelong t$2,0, uayabl new threer$3 down, balance to sit purchaser. Matheson& Co. De7,nvr Ilcty.ock. OlR SALE-LCHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS ION biMadison avet on e, wllstinside, east front lot electric200 feet; cash buyer can secure a grat bar gain.tele thClment lot to ORL BALE--RENTAL PROPERTY IN ORIG Sinal townsite; will sll Ion easy terms, at a great of rifie, improvic e o roperty on B& alu street and on Pine street. Steele & Clements. FlOR SALE-LOW-A$1,000 $50 CASH BALAN onlong facime, buys a nedwathree h-roomtel groun loeat 5012. Address bo 77th, city. OR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENC LOTUSE IN ladwausor addition at veronly low ricks. m. Mutlh, egt. OIl SALE--0400 FOR AN EXCELLENT building lot on Hollins avenue, on line of electric motor $5mal0 down $aymen20 dwer month: or purchintaller mking improements on the lot to the vaLE- of $500 may have 3 years' time for pLy mon ofaventire at a bariae ofin, ot Mathsot. & to., Denver block, FOR SALE--LOW--A CHOICE BUILDING* lot facing on Broadwater hotel grounds (Cemeastfront) WI.. Muh, agt 'OR SALE--NEW SIX-1OOF HOUSE IN .' Broadwater addtiou, only one block from electric motor; small iayment dwn, balanceo installments. Steele & Clements. 1FOR SALE-LO AND0 FEET ON LYNDALE avenull, the new rain, terms town suit. tSthe leat Clements. 0OR SALE--ONE OF THE FINEST ranches in Montana, 2,080 acres, every aore cfrantbe irrigated and have abundance of water, brick range on every sidenth good maret for enher thing produced, good improvements; will be sold at a great bargain. W. 1. Cox, Gold block. T OR SALF--LO'[1 AND ACREAGE AT KAL J- ispell, the new railroad town in the Flat head valley. Vim. Muth, agt. FOR SALE--$,800, 75x125 FEET. 4-i0OOi frame house, Broadwater motor line; $0,500 50x130 feet, 6-room frame house, 50 feet double frontago on Benton and Park avenue, business proprty; $5,000, 84x110 feet, 8-room frame house onl wronce street; $5,000, 500x140 feet, 0-room brick house on Eleventh avenue. E.S. French dt Co. F OR SALE-- 3.500 FO. AN ELECAhNT NEW house in Lenox addition: eight rooms be side bath-room, front and back stair, reception ball, oak finish, plumbed for hot air and gas, ample grounds, north front; $1,000 down. a de cided bargain. Iatheson & Co., Denver Block. FOR SALE--$5,000. 40x1100 FEET, 9-ROOM brick, bath, cellar, etc., gas fixtures, double frontage on two streets. E. S. French & Co. IFOR SALE-ELLISTON LOTS IN DEPOT I' additon from $40 to $100. Matheson & Co., Denver bllock. FOIO SALE-- 5,000, 50 x140 FEET, t-ROOM frame house, a corner on Warren street; $6,500, 75x150 feet, 8-room stone house on Madi son avenue; $3,500, 40x11 feet. i-room frame house, corner, on Chaucer street; $3,500, 40x113 feet, 8-room frame house on Cbaucer street. E. t. French & Co. FO1BBALE-$1,00O . t~xll3. 4-RM001 b RAM f on Dakota avenue; $4,500, 50x84. 7-room frame hawse, Blake street; $4,000, 42x88 feet. il-room brick on Sixth avenue, Seattie; $3,500. 9;x88 feet, 8-room brick onBeattie street. 1. S. French & Co. F I; tSALE-$2.800, t50xl0 FEET, 5-11001O frame house on Eiuhth avenue; $3,500, 50x140 feet, 5-room brick house on Eighth avenue; 4.0010 42x10 feet. 5-room frame house on Broad way; t4,200. 45x1000 feet, 5-room brick house. corner. Broadway. P 8. French & Co. LU t SALE--WAIIEHOUSE LOTS IN EL listen, on N. P. right of way. $100. Mathe eoi Co. FOII\ALE-COIINEIt LOT, 160x150, on best residence streetin the city; full view of the east side and valley. address cox 77?, city Doetofiice. _ 9l9 SALE--AT A BARGAIN--O0 iI'tEL' ON I Broadway near lIoback; easy terms. ALd dress postollice box 20, Helena. 1i011 SALE-$5,500; A VERY FINE RANCII in Doer Lodge county of 800 acres. amplle water and timber, good buildings, commands line range. Price, which is very much leos than tNe valh.e of thle bare land. includes team n;; rei, mowin marchine and other farm imnl.;ltn[ont. saw ans' shingle mill, a considorable, joantity of lumber and logs; $2,500 down. balance easy terms. Idatheeson & Co., Denver block. 1 lot 50x11I on fouth end of Rodney stroet; address box i77, city postottice, c'Ol SAil ,E--$41.lO. NEAT 4-101)0M DWI ,,L inm; on IEighth aveuno, near turn of mlotor line, withll gool lo; $2;0 down, $'5 per uonuth. Slatllhrnn & (,.. Donver block. F01l .1\ hi $,A'.0, "L(iANt' I) :LLINI IN ' asteorly additiion, within 10 or 12 minnute walk fIrn court houso; conlains receptlion hall, eight irooms, alas bathllroom rfnlly aeqiiped, ,pantry, iivo clorts, plato glass windows, firo pilacst, hit and cold water, large colihr, iplumbing for turnace, and gas finisheis in oak, fronts northI: l,01)0 down, balancr onl any reasonablo tiros duciro . Mathuson & Co. Denver llork. IO it. lAL:-1,l08 1 AND 2. IN BILOCK 10, I-- cornrt Bouthl Iodney andt Southern streets. I eve rtond; inost viow in tle city. Apply to J. N. Craig, l12 N. iloduoy street. 1.OST. I 0ST--I 4I1. 11, IIIINEtR PIN WITH A tEZ - ,ipendant. Any person rotorning it to this otfice wit1 be suitably ruwarslo i. I 01d I--i'AtIt+iAti ]>tUll)t HANDLE IIE ad twoen Gov. HauIsor'a residenco and iGanor'e lshu storo, huifable roward by returning to (;ov. Ilall.sors rosidencts, "2.) Madlison avsnuo POUND. FJOUNID-) A LADY'B ]ti1RA(i'L''. CAL ',N SeGo. la.+. at hapid Transit company's office. Mae ni 'lTemple. )lUtIND - A CHIE(CK FOIl A SMALL Snamounlllt (Owner canl have ame Iy callilng at W. F. ligino, corner First and Davis stroots. 7iOUNl'-VAlUAILE DOG; OWNEIt CAN L t ave samo y prviug raopearty and payin forthisn ad. Addslese P. Carry, lalntled Hock, Vial 'liatOni. POUND--A ILADY'S MUI'F. CAlL AT SJackson's Mtlsic Store. 1OUND-GOLD-L.A'i'EII) tlAiPlIN. OWN Or Can hIave ialle Iby calling at this oflioe, paying ihargos and proving property. MIIONEY T'IO LOAN. MONj.Y ,o LOAN--U. I1. i'ALMEIIL USLi r '. LIA.N IN tUMISTO 1 III'. LOW ilAT It . of interoel. Steelo & Clements. ONEY TO LOAN--STILIY' C & CLMIENT8. 1I.t i nma to suit, low rate of interest, no commision, no latrreet in advanoo, no delay. .V s ee air aihrae. Mutt be cheapi AidresM . M, t.lthis office. . .. " tn trade tor equity in improved. 8teoloi Clements. TOE TR r l--ZIUPIMPl P &CPlHO TO \yaNTF.D-U()I),lý1 MILY 1On81l BOUND 0sn d t hor oh l brok e, to .weign 1,000 to WXANTpIOD-THi OWNER OF A bLARGE ! body ot low gtratde froe milllng gold ore want a isaoitaliet who wil beaid a mih a the pro'ecrty lor a Lhlt interest. Apply to Wm. Mnth. sit, LUANThD-SAW MILtf AND lOCATION BY mill mien where there is good market, or aeeasanle; body of timber, ife iful partieo lurs. Eh. M. riggl, Salt 1ake Uity. Utah. /AN IED--T BI UY A tiON)D-IAN DI) 25 TO aO borse-power holier or wilt give a 11 horee-power boteir in exchange and pay differ orn. Addrees A. T.. this olite. 15 PlR CENI GUARANTEED ON INYVESI mente in amounts from $5 up Mony to loan. For particulars call or addree Molonald, Anuing & M -Leo'd, 0 and It Atlas. block, Helena. M ont. IWANTED-A MAN WHO WILL GIVE 1200 for a halt interest in aliree uuartzlead, the money to be expended ill delooptur tte prop erty and to be paid in as work progressee Math eson & Co., Denver Block. FOR BtALE-SCHOLARtSHIP IN THE HEtL ena Businere College, Ctll at this ofloe. TOR BSALT--OL)D LAPERS AT A BAlitAIN 1' at this office. /AN'1.ED-tA CUSTOMER FOR ONE 01' the fluestrosidence cites on west side; price low for cash. Wm. Muth. WA2INTED-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF S inside property: just the thing for a row of flate; close to lain street. Wm. Moth. ~it ANT' '1~U TO 'TRADI 80 ACRES NEAl ' Groat Falls for Helena property. Steele.& Cloments. WIANTPED-A BUYEI FORl A PLATtED tract of the best residence property on west side; price way.down; half cash. balance in one year. W n. Mut4h agent. WANTED-TO BUILD) A SIX-fROOM HOUSE with furnace and bath room complete foar $2.000. Call .cni see plans; we know they will suit. Wallace &Thornubnrgh. Denver bnilding. W ANTED-TO TRADE A t-ROOM HODUE on east side, hardwood floor and finish, bath, furnace, all modern convenieoces, for un improved property, or will aell equity for $5,000. Steele & Clements, QTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-NOTICE IS - hereby given that a meeting of the stock hloldet a of the Penn Yan Mining company will be held at the law office of A. K. Harbour, in Ma eonic temple, in the city of Heolena. Mont., on Pricey thle 4th day of March, 1892, at four o'clock I p. m. of raid day, for the purpose of elocting a board of trustees for the ensuing year. HIINHY IL. HILL, President. Helena, Feb. 22, 1892. NOTICEI TO CREDITORSIt3-ESTATE OF lBenjamin C. Brooke, deceased. Notice is hereby given hy the undersigned, ad ministrators on the estate of BIenjamin C. lroloke. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouehers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice. to the said administrators at the office of Will iam Muth, 213 Power block, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate at the city of Helena, in the county of I.ewis and Clarke. WM. MUTH, H. M. PAtICiEIN. BAHAH J. BROOKE. Administrators and Administratrix of the estate of Benjamin C. Brooke, dece&ssd. Usated Feb. 17. A. D. 1892. 1BIDS WANTED-FOR THE CONSTRUCTION . and completion of the Montana state build ing at the World's Columbian exposition, Chi cago, 111. 'lane. specifications and details can be seen at the following places: Office of secretary, Helena, Mont. Galbraith & Fuller, Missoula, Mont. G(albraith & Fuller, Livingston. Mont. Builders' exchange. Chicago. ll. All hide must be accompanied by a certified check for $2,000. The board of World's fair managers reserve the right to reject any and all bids. All bids must be filed in the office of the sec retary on or before 12 o'clock noon of Friday, April, 29, 182. JAS. O. RAIISAY, Secretary, Rooms Ii and 85, Montana National Bank Building. Helena, Mont. GeALBRAITI & FULOER,. Superintendent Architects. SiUMMONS--IN THE DISTRICT COURT - of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clark-. Henry F. C. Kleinschmidt, plaintiff, vs. An drew N. Patton, Northwestern Land and Invest ment company and G. W. E. iriffith, trustees, defendants. The state of Montana sends greetings to the above named defendant': Yon are hereby rqonired to appear in an actios brought against you by the above named plaintiff 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 service) after tile service on you of this sum mons, if served within this county; orm if served out of this county, but in this distrct, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the 0rayer of said complaint. 'ihe said action is brought to obtain a decree of this court for the foreclosure of a certain mort gage, described in tile comp aint, and executed y the said Andrew N. L atton on the 22d day of June, 1890. to secure the payment of two certain promissory notes mnde by him to the plaintiff on the same day, which aid notes were for the sumn of six thIousantt dollars each, lawful money of the United States, described in tie complinst hereinl, and which, by tile non-payment of the first osaid promissory notes, when due, and the interet of the s:ocond oft said promisory notes. has become due, and alleging that there is die open sasid promissory notes the saumof eleven thousand nine hundred land seventy-Five aed 7.1-100 (tlst,hi.'7. dllars, sand whichsnum is doe, and the sum of $ ctI5.40 for taxes, with in terest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the 19tth day of January, 18911. Al-o for the sum of e80. counsel foes to he fixed and aliowed tby the court and for costs of suit heroin expended: that the pcr misnas tnveyed by said Imortgage may he sold sad the proceeds thereof applied to tile parmont of said notes, moneys exi:endld by plaintiff as aforesaid, counsel feree and costs of suit. Ior further piarticulars reference to tle complaint on file ishereby mnels. and in ctse noh proceeds are not sulicient to pay tile eamsr, then to hobtain an execution against the said An drew N. hatton for the balance remaining duo. anl also that the oboes named defobnmant, andt all persons claiming by. lthrough, or under them, may bh barred and forever foreclosed of all right, t tie, claim, lien, equity of redemnption I. anti interst in and to the said ssortgaged prem ises, and further and other relief. And you are hereby nut fioldl that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint. as above required. the sair( plaintiff will take defoulit against you and apply lto toe court for the relief demandod inthe said counip ailat. tliven under my hand and tise seal of the dis trict court of the First judicial diatrict of the stale of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 280th day of .sanuary. A. I,. 1.12. eLgs. I JOHN BEAN, Clerk. AOHliUI:N K. BAIiBOUR, Plaintiff's Attorney. STUDY LAAW AT HOME. TAKE A (CounsE IN TIIE Sprague Correspondence cheool of Law. W (Incorporated.) Send tin cents (stamps) for particulars to J. Cotner, Jr., Sec'y. No. 358 Whitney Block, Detroit, MiSch. IIOVEY & BlIKEL, CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS. ROOMS 24, 20, Merchants Natlonal Bank Building. Helena, - -Montana. c. B. LHBKICIER, Second Floor Herald Buildin, BLANK BOOKS S .;To Order.;. i Soo0o .ZEATLI VIU/ ud 'ASlSol IALIAS3 SUMMONS--aN TaiS LOUT 710T oort of the irSt Judil S trtet i rataato MonthS, in an for the county o Lewis and t larte. Abner I. U:lmmsnte, platlntif, wA9draew2M. Pat ton and'he Northwestern nend o Ilnvetmnt Compny .a co rportion, and ti W. S. r o ton trustee, detondantt. The state of Montana sends greeting to the asLw named e endants. YoU are hereby requlred to appear in an lu4tlol prout aItmt .ou a the *Wye named pi tit iironight aesist youe Sthe dietriot couart oijtha 8retJtdiolat distla o the state ot Montaa, int and for the county l.eis ant C~larkee ltadtto answer -te omlan tiled thereti, Tithin ten days txhl o th da of r laervhi ater tie crvic on 1a of ti.l summons, i served witthin this cowt; or.. serýd out of this county a but in this dtit. within twenty da s; otheraise witin forty days, or iu amnt by default will er ten aa tyo ciftrding to the praelr oa said rcomplat. The stid action is orougo.t to foreclose a mort gae execouted by dtfendnt Andrew N. Pat ton to James It. tilmour on the 6th dayfr June, 1890, on the ifliowing deeorited real e tato situate In te esounty of lewis and Clarke snd state of Montana, to wit.: The northeast quarter ot northeas.t quarter, the north half of southeast quarter of northeast quater, thbb west halt of northeast oarter and sooth half of northwest quarter of section 8, and north half of northwest quarter and northwest quarter of northeast quarter oa section 9,all In township 10 north renges west, except 9 acres taken off the west end oa north half of southeast quarter of northeast quarter of said section 8, and for the recovery of a lndgment , t 4500 as an attorney's fee for fareclosure proseedings and for cosats. The complaint nalleUges amon other things that on the 1th day of June, t890, said Patton axe coted to said Gilmoor three promissory notes, one for the sum of $9,110, due and payable one year after date and bearing interest at the rate of eight ner contut per anuam, one for the sam of $1lt tOO, doe and pyab.e two years after date.' with interest at the rate of 1eght pserantum per annum, and a lthird ft r lO.900, due asnd payaule' three years after date and bearing interest at the rate of eight par centum per annum and that to secure the payment. of sai hotes said mortgage wac executed. Ard that each and every of said notes was an ins almenst of the principal sumo of $291001 owire bysaid Patton to said tdlmour. TL'hat said mutttage was recordeti in ine offlice of the recorder of Lewis and Clarks county on the O0th day of July, 1110, in book 8 of mortgages on page 21. That on the 14th day' of January, 1802, said Gilmour aseigned said notes and mort gage to this plaintifl for vatle. That saidltret note for the aum ot $9,100 anti interest is uine and unpaid, excpit the followinlg sims, 1-05 paid Aug. 24, 191. 625 * paid Sptt 9, 1 i9, $625 scaid Sept. 24. 1891, $648.61 paid Oct. 8, 11891, 518.64 paid Oct 15. 1891, anti $70 paid Nov. , 1891. lishat on 6lth day of Junte. 1190 James H. Gil moor and wifts exeoutei a deed convoying to said defeindant Patton tle above described pirem ives for the consideration of 51.500,. that at that tite there existed two morntgage liens thereon, ono for the sum of $4,000 exeocted by said' Gil mour and wile to David H. [iilmour, dated Nov. 10, 1898, ant due and payable fire years after date, and hearing interest at the rate of six per centumn per annum pay able annually, - and one executed - by tortgaege Trust company for tee sum of ItL, dtd Feb. 19. it), and due and payable five years after date, with interest at the rate of vix per ceutaeu per annum payable semi-annually. whtich two ead mortgages said attoEn agreed to assume and pay, as part or said sum 2 o 51, 00, tho purchaee price of tlaid premises. That said Patton has failed and refused to pay the interest due and in arrear on said two mortgageu amounting to $2.10 on the first mentioned and $177 on the second. and that the holders of said mortgages are about to foreclose the same. That said property cannot be sold in portions without injury to the ' parties. 'that the defend ant Northwestern Land and Investment com pany and Ht. W. . Eriflith, trustee, have or claia to have some interest in the premisOes aUcruing since said mortgage, and that the sum of $2,500 is a reasonable attorneys fee for the foreclosure trocediCngs. The plaintiff demands juodgment for foreclosnre. That the 'oortgaged premises be sold and tho rtkrccetd applied to the payment of the costs and expenses of this action, includ lug $2,500 for attony's fee, and the amount owing on the three notes and mortgage, with in terest on said notes up to the time of payment. and that the defendant Patton may be adjudged to pay any deficiency. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above reqluired, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief in said complaint demanded. Given under my hand and the seal of the die trictcourt of the First judicial district of the slate of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis ant C'larke, this 21d day of January, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. [oeal] JOHN BEAN Clerk. By H. t. Tuoarson, Deputy Clerk. CRUTCHER & GAtL'sNND. Attorneys for Plaintiff. SLIAS SUiMMONS--II THE DISTRICBT Scourt of the First jutlolal districtof the slate of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. lobect C. Scott, plaintiff, vs. Margaret Scott. deofendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the abovo-namedl defendclant: You are horoby reatired to appear in an action brought against you by the sabove-named plain tiff in the d-trict court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lews and Ctlarce, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclu sive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summonsw if served within this countyE sr, if served oct of this county, but withrinthis district, within twenty doys: otherwise within forty days, or jud.ment by nefault will be taken against you, according to tits prayer or said com plaint. A 'lha said action is brought to obtain a decree dissolvlng the bonls of matrimony now existing between said ptlaintiff and defend ant, on the gtounds of adultery by said defend ant with one James Allots at the house of said defendant in toe city of tCalgsry, district of Al berta, dominion of Canada, and on tie further ground tlat since their rail ucorriago the said de fendant has treatoi plainliff in a cruel end in human manner, all of which more fully alppears in tihe complaint on file in said above entitled court. And you are Ihereby notified that if you fail te appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintill will apply toc tihe court for the relicef demantded in said complaint. Gien under my hand and the seal of thle district court of the First judicial district of tihe state of Montana, in and for 'the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 0th dcay of February, in the year of our Ltrd one thousand eight hundred and ninety twisucL. I JOHN BEAN, Clerk. W. N. FLTccEr, Attorney for Plaintilf. 'HFRI1FF'l0 SALE-THE THOMAS CRUSE Savings Lank, a co* oration duly incorpor- . ated under and by virtte of the laws of the ter ritory (now state) of Montana, plaintiff, vs. 'Ihomas It. Carter, e.rcutor of the last will and testament of Mlartiha Dearing. deceased, Freder ick D. ldaulone, Ntllie J.. lackey, Irmer y Nel lie J. Bradley. IElizabeth McNeal. 'atherine M. Lyots and Minnis cle,o defendants. Under andt by virtue of art order of sale and decree ot foreclosure and slit issued out of the district curctl of the First joudicial district of the stut, of Montano, in and for the county of Lewis I and t'lta'eo . oc the 12th daly of Felbruary, A. 1). 1819., in thie above enltitled action, wherein 'ulse 'lhoma C'la trso tiaving.s* , nk, a corporation doly lncorporated under ancd by virtue of the laws of tile territory (tow state) of Miontana, the above I named plaintiff, obtained a juodgment and do croe of foreclosure and sale a0oainst 'l homas .1I. I'arter, executesr of the last vwil and testament of Martha Detniu. deceased, Frederick 1D, Malone, Nellie J. Mackey, formerly hellie J. lradley. Elizabeth McNeal, Catherince M. Leone I andl inttcoCle defendants, on the 12th day of Felbrtary. A. 1D. 1iC2. for the suom of $1.502t.0 Itoeilces iutoret. ostst and altorney Ifens, which said decree was on the l2thl day of February. A. ] i). .18c2, recorclcd in jcudgneht tbook No. i+" of raid court at page -, I am commanded to sell all those certain lot=, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and beicg in the county of Lewis tand 'larke, stats of Montcana, and bounded and described as follows. to-wit: Lot, number ivee 1.) in block number thirty one 13L). aldl lot. number eitist 0e) in block snum i.crl eigthty-two It), and lots nuc betr one (1) and two 2' in block t.mtcber foriy-tivo (45). all in thet Northern Pacific addctioo to the cily of HIel ens, cotuty and stats aforesaid, according to the offlticial plat of said addition. as the same ap pc'ars on file in thise ioffice of the cotnty clerk and recorder of said county of Lewis and Clarkse 'Togetlher with all and singular the tenements, hcredlitamoents and appurtenances thereunto boe longilte cct in arty wit e aTllr5alnilfg. Public notice is hereby given that on oattrday, ithe 5tl day of ,.oarch, A. D. 1890, at 12 o'clock in. of that day. at the front door of the court house., lecona, lcewis snd Clarke costty, Mon tanl, I cilf. in olbtldionca to said order of sale sid dec'rtOe cf fcreclcsure ansd eale, sell the alboe describod prl'oputy, or sso much thereof er nlay b ntecessary to stisify said judgment. with icccertl and t cstis, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand. (ivwsn utider my hand thlis 12th day of tFebril. ary, A. 1). 189j. CHAS. M. J.iFFERlIS,'Sheriff. Bty iAtPlli G. JOoNSOv. t)oputr Sheriff. "OTICE1 TO- CREDITORS-ESTATE OF 11 leury eroon, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned. ad. miniotratrix of the estate of llenry toeS. deceased to tihe creditors of. and all persons Ihaving clainms against the said deceased, to ex lhbit them with thie necessary vouchera, within four months after the first pulblication of this iotio,' tc the said administratrix at room 29, P'ittsburgh block, lielena, Mlontana. the same being thle place for tic transaction of the bousi ness of said estate, situate in the county of Lewis nndClark. EIZABETH B. IIOEN, Administratrlx cit the estate of Henry Hoes. deceased. Dated Jan. 11. I.94. Room No. I, Power Block, Postofflce BoX 81 HELENA, MONTANA.