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THE SPREAD OF MISEflY
Has Assumed Such Proportions as
to Alarm the Whole of
Europe.
Italy and Spain Can Hardly Ea
oape Trouble When Labor
Day Comes.
Austria and Hungary Contain Many Starv
ing People--Anarclhits Are Few
The Pollee Can Control.
PAnrs, March 10.-The European govern
ments are beginning to be alarmed at the
spread of publio misery. The Berlin riots
and the disturbances which have followed
them in Dantzio and Brunswick are proofs
of an abnormal state of things, and when
we And even the workmen in the petty
towns of the Duchy of Anhalt taking to
pillaging bakers' and butchers' shops we
may be sure that the danger is real.
In Austria the prevailing distress was un
suspected even by the government, yet in
Vienna alone more than 30,000 unemployed
workmen are wandering about the streets
and highways near the city. Assaults with
violence are becoming common. In the
northern provinces of Hungary the misery
is terrible. More than 20,000 peasants have
been forced to subsist on roots and the
bark of trees. I could name villages in
which parents have been driven to kill the
children whom they have no means of
feeding.
In Russia there is no change for the.bet
ter. Whole provinces are threatened with
starvation, but if the wretchedness is great
there is much charity abroad. The soldiers
in many Russian regiments are sacnorificing
part of their rations of bread to alleviate
the distress in the rural districts.
The situation is not much more hopeful
in Italy. There the misery is not confined
to the poor. It affects every class of so
ciety. From published statistics it would
seem that during the last year the con
sumption of food has diminished in the
following proportions: Bread, four per
cent; meat, 20 per cent; coffee, 21 per cent;
sugar. 12 per cent; tobacco, 11 per cent.
These figures are lamentably eloquent, but
despite all this, the Italian ministry
does not think of reducing the
army and navy estimates, which are com
monly believed to explain the present mis
ery. Italy aspires to play the part of a
great power, for which she is not suited by
the state of her finances and her public
credit.
Financial disorder in the other European
countries has led to a public crisis in
Greece. The king has been compelled to
dismiss his advisers because they could not
fill the treasury.
In Portugal the downfall of the govern
ment is imminent, and, lastly, in Spain,
where the distress is comparatively small,
matters have grown serious, owing to the
faltering policy of which the cabinet has
been guilty within the last twelve months.
Exchanges have risen in an unprecedented
way, and the holders of securities in all the
three states last mentioned are growing
alarmed. It is not strange that all these
symptoms combined should have excited
grave fears as to the course which things
may take on May 1.
The little German emperor talks of pro
posing international measures to prevent
disorders. He proposea that anarchists
who commit crimes shall be liable to trial
in any of the countries leagued together in
whieh the offender may be captured. It is
easy to foresee, however, that this proposal,
which would virtually create a kind of in
ternational league, will not be agreed to. at
all events by France and England, who are
jealous of their own authority.
But exeeptional measures of some sort
will have to be taken. Our Labor day this
year will have much greater significance
than on former occasions. The let of May
will fall on Sunday, and thus many work
inemen who, in the ordinary course of
events, would not have stopped their work
to join in the manifestation will be free.
In France the date will coincide with the
municipal electionswhich will then be held
in every city except Paris and which may
give rise to disorder.
The Paris police, however, think that the
day will pass without dangerous riots ex
cent in the outlying districts of St. Etienne,
and, may be, at Fourmies, where the an
archists talk of renewing the disastrous
affrays of last year. In Paris the precau
tions which will be taken should keep agi
tation within bounds. The Englise an
archists are powerless. The English work
Ingmen will put forth their whole strength
in the great strike which the miners are to
inaugurate.
We may have more disturbances in Ham
burg and Berlin, where it is thought that
the ultra socialists may try to effect the re-
lease of their leaders, but even there the
authorities expect to be able to repress the
trouble. More anxiety is felt in Vienna,
where the anarchists are making rapid pro
cress. Strikers are also expected at Brunn.
The course of events in Belgium depends
on the chamber. Should a reform consti
tution be voted, all will be calm on May 1.
Should the reform in question be not voted
we may see violent outbreaks, amounting
to almost revolution. 'ITh Belgium cov
ernment is keeping a sharp lookout.
T'Iwo countries can hardly hope to escape
disorder-Italy and Spain. The trial of
the rioters arrested on May 1 of last year in
Italy is not yet ended, and the anarchiets
do not conceal their iedignation. F, eshL
arrests are already under consideration.
In Spain much exasperation thas been
caused by the execution of the Jerez an
archists. Red-hot roepublicanism prevails
in Barcelona, which has been excited by
the executions and by a recent dynamite
explosion in one of the government officee.
The allegiance of the army is strongly
suspected, and it is not likely that the
troops will be called out to repress tiossible
riots, a fact which will give the malcon
tents great opportunities.
To sum up, though there may be out
breaks in various places, it is only in Spain
that dangerous riots may be dreaded. Un
less a financial crisis aggravates the exist
ing discontent no serious trouble need be
feared in other quarters. It must be borne
in mind, though, that the McKinley bill
has forced many mranufacturers to reduce
the number of their employee. The an
archbit roll has been swelled within the lust
twelve months, but there are probably not
mnore than 10.000 all told in Europe. With
such small forcos the anarchaists may, of
course, give trouble here and there, but
thley cannrot bring about a revolution. ln
hbort, May 1 should he looked forward to
with eriousenss. It need nriot be viewed
tragically.
PRETT Y, 1II:T A RUOGIE.
A Canadian Girl's Skillful Vork In atlt
nlg Illegal hloney.
For nearly nine months the public has
been systematically defrauded by the skill
ful connivanceof an adept at altering bank
notes. The man or woman who conceived
the idea and operated the system must have
had confederates, as the work was carried
on somewhat extensively. says the Toronto
Globe.
The complaint first came from the Do
minion bank officials. On, of their experts
found among the bills one day a $2 note
which was about three-eighths of an inch
shorter than the usual lenlth. He ex:am
ined the bill more minutely and discovered
that a small viece was miesing from a
Il eca almost in the center of the noto.
Thlnking than this might have been torn
out accidently nothing more was thought
of tth orclurence until a few days later
.nother bill of the same denomination
turned upl, short in length to the same ex
tent as the first. The piece missing fron
the bill. however, it was noticed, was from
a different portion on the note. buspicion
was aronusd and a careful scrutiny of the
Ill made, whereupon t wasdisoovered that
se, i pg piece had been out ouat Be
eworkhad been done so cleverly and ano
.eur.lythat no person pat 'an ,expqr
Sbald wold notice the defiiency.
Thie'detoetive department was commenut
cate &with, and the short bills, which con
inuedi~ to come in, were handed over t.
them. It was several months before tbhe
were bls tb understand how the perpetra
tors ott te.fraud could be beneitted. At
last they hKd nine of these short bills, and
an analysisld6 the different places whetr
the cattinj'operation had been performed
solved fortVliem the problem. 'there had
been enosqgh paper taken from these nine
bills to make, If properly put together, a
tenth note. almost as long as the others,
which woiddpoass anywhere undetected.
The det eqvies knew that the work was go.
ing onuia 'dansoflaer woe put on tI.e cast
especially some montshemso. Several weeks
ago he asspected that the operator was s
woman, and close watch was kept owver her,
Yesterday a warrant was sworn out an
cusing a pretty young woman named Cath
erine Rhodes with altering and uttering
Dominion bank bills. She is only eightees
years of age, and lives with herifather. Rob.
ert Rhodes, a laborer, at 45 Wardell street.
It is uaderstood that the operators, who
ever they are, have been making $5 notes
in the same manner out of bills belonging
to other Canadian banks. The nutting-out
work was evidently done with a razor and
by a canning hand.
Guaranteed Care.
We authorize our advertised druggist to
sell Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, upon this con
dition. If you are affleted with a cough,
cold or any lung, throat or chest trouble,
and will use this remedy as directed, giving
it a fair trial, and experience no benefit,
you may return the bottle and have your
money refunded. We couldnot make this
offer did we not'know that Dr. King's New
Discovery could be relied on. It never dis
appoints. Trial bottles free at R. S. Hale
& Co.'s drug store. Large size 50 cents and
$1.
Elias H. Parsons, United States marshal
for Utah territory, who has been on trial
for several days on an indictment found by
the grand jury, for misdemeanor in leasing
a building to Chinese for gambling pur
poses, was acquitted.
'l'T E MAl ilETS.
"TOCKS.
NEw Yone. March 10.-Bar silver. D0O.
Copper-Strouger on talk of reduced prodnc
tron; lake, $10.75.
Lead --Steady; domestic, $4.221.
The question as to whether there would be a
dividendon ft. Paul common stock to-day was
tihe principal factor of the stock market, though
its inftlence was to make traders uncertain, and
thtrefors restrict trade throughout the day.
Several marked movements in spocia'ties oc
curred in the afternoou, sugar. Louisville, New
Albany & Chicago being the most prominent in
the upward movement. The advance. howover.
was rational. The clos3 was quiet and firm.
The action of the directors of the St. Paul was
not announced until after the close of the ex
hanges, though traders covered in the last few
minutes on a report that no dividend had been
declared.
Governments- Steady.
Petroleum--Closed 59!7.
Closing C('oeing
U. S. 4ereg........ r ll New York Central.l1
U. S. 4s coupon....117 Oregon Imp....... 25m /
U. S. 2s rag...... 100 Oregon Nay....... 87i
Pacile ts .......... 109 North American.. - 16
Atchison.......... ?874 t.acitio Mail....... 3- Y,
American Epc.... 171,i Pullman falace. .188
Canada Pac....... R9 Hock Island....... - ilt
Canadta South..... f1; St. I-ant-....... 7717
Central Pacific ... 3t.S t. Paul & Omaha 48
Burlington .......10Ii s- Texas Pacific...... 10;L
Laccawanun.... ..160 Union Pacilic..... 40%
). & it. .i........ 533; Cargo Express....143
Erie ............... 33i U. . Express .... 48
Kanzsas t'exas.... 18 Ameri. Cotton Oil. 35Y4
L'ville & Nash..... 75TS 'erminal.......... 13
Michigan Central.tl12' Lead Trust........ 19
Missourt Pacific... 61t OUreg'n thort Line. 28'.
Northern Pacific.. 23;% It. G. Western.... :! 4
N. P. pref......... 67 i it. (I. W.pret...... 70
Northwestern..... 1i0 P.G . W. lets.. .. t4
Northwestern,pref 144 Distillors.......... 45?
Money on call easy: closed offered at 2;: prime
mercantile paper 44r)y4: sterling exchange,
steady; 60-day bills. $4.85%L; demand, $1-.87-.
C1h1CArm CtA'' e,:1!11
CScASo. Maroh 10.--Cattle -Hecaiots. 16,000;
steady; extra steers. $5.25; good to choice, x41.40
@4.80; others, $3.75J4.25; feeders, $3.tht(,:t50.
Hess--teceipts 27.000: brisk: steady to shade
higher: rough, $4.004u4.70; good mixed. $4.80t4
*4.85; pIrinm heavy and butcher.' woights, [email protected]
4.95 light. $4.804.93; pigs, s$4.7014.75.
Sheep-Receipts 5,tlt;: actlve steadly: ewes.
4t.00i4.90; wethers, $5.004 .00; westerns. $5.21j
45.,0; yearlings, $5.70.5.+0.
CHLICAit) PRODUCKt
Catoaso. March 10 -Close--Wheat-Steady;
cash. 863c: May. 8t83 88i.c.
Corn--Weak: cash. 40dc; May, 41?sc.
Oats--Pa.y; cash. e9tVs; May. :[email protected]
Perk-Cauh. $10.8il; May, 11.i7!.i .
Lard--(ash, $d.-! -;- May, 1i.42/1.
thoulders- $4. tit5.50,
Short clear-$6.25.
Short ribs--S.82RL .
SIR WANTED
R LBOND oto es of CITIES,
COUNTIES, SCHOOL
I DISTRICTS WATER
COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIES,et.
Correspondenre solicited.
N.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers,
S13-l65 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO.
15 Wall Street. NEW YORK.
;O State St.. BOSTON.
jTOTICE OF SAtaE OF BONDS.-NOIICE IS
hereby given that pursuoant to an election
held of the qualitied eleotore of the ceihart
school district Io. 1l, of Meagher county. Mon
tana. en the 26tt day of Octobor. 1Ill, at which
election the majority of the votes were cast to
authorize th troustoees of said scrhool district to
bond said distriht for the crm ,if five thousand
dollars ($5,000). the trustees of said school dis
trict will, on the 11th day of April, 1842, at noon,
open sealed bids at the sctool house at Neihart,
Meagher county, Montanua. to, sel $5,1100 worth I
of bonds of saidi school district, said btoads to
run for (10) ten years and to be cold for ot less
than par value and interest not to exceed .71
seven per cent per annum, introlest payable soni
anneally. 'he trustees of aforesaid schoou l dis-t
trict reserve the right to reject any or all bids.
J. M. CAItUTltIM.S,
T. B.n ( WAKK.EIi
W. t. IIA tiISON.
Schiool Trusteeu.
W. D. GenR*M. School Clerk.
NOTI(E OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIM.
her. In aceord-mica with the provision; of
section 8 rles atnd regulations prsea ib0d by the
honorable b eeretary of tilo interior. May 5, Io 1,
the notsccrsigned hereby gives notice a.ilt at I li
eopirtioun of twenty-ol:e stays from thefiirt pub.
ihcation uf thit noctce, ,t will apply to t..e bon.
orable secretary of the interior, by its written
application, for authority to cut and reteove the
merchantable saw logs. eonsfibtin of nine atnd
ti timber. ont the followieng describud plcblc
Heginning at the forks of Cottonwood creek,
whicb is a tributary of the soutch fork of the:
Mmsellhell clvtr, Ithence running eI the lleft or
west, anti mitddl forks of said (C'oltotwocd'
CreeK, and onbraclncg the natural water shodl of
both.
bald lard ernbracca what woucld be tIc. 6 n. r. lI
e.. it surveyed. All of said land is rough, rocky.
cuonatainous and unnsurvayt, -. acld is south of.
and adjacent co Lp. i n.. r. 10 o. lenrveyed) . antI
is on the north slopy, of tie Crazy Moctntains, in
Meagher count, state of hlontana, and costainr
about tllroe milliuu 7,lti0,0o.)i footl of merchaint
able pine and fi, Limbaer.
M MII i Nltt 8ttIEP' CO..
ly dJohin . Simith. arosident.
SMITH& d ttIcbl,
Attarneysc for Aplclicant.
Whioa Sullpur Spriegs Monat.
;Ih1SSOI[:TiON NOTICE.--TIEI& CO PAR'rR
norI)ip heretofore oziotcl htotowe.n II.
cercalccrl lk,,l .1. J. Sclmidt,. dloiug lcubines.o rn
;or tihe fole IIHmenO soa tyle ocl Wnrcllkolc '
Sclltnidt, is tnie day dieolo.ld I)y ctccccrl coa
., it, Mr. Sch.initt r et irinc. 'Ctt bult eos.t will
I.e clntintod by i arnkhon. vi c ac.t.lltre all
I indoltetnerse aid collects ail bills t, .u flc, late
Iirctc. It WAItNKEiN.
"Henry's Specifics"
THE IRENOWNED ENGLISH REMEDY
INFALLIBLE CURE FOB
Z'NERVOUS DEBILITY,
j PREMATURE DECLINE,
BRAIN TROUBLE AND
SORGANIC WEAKNERSS
No matter from what canes. ('ontain no omi.
sra;s Prirce I1, Wholesale and retail druggists
supply the demand,
aDepository for the United States end Canada;
i 13 bast 'Iltirtieth street. New York.
SThe Specific can be meat by mail sealm d ao r,
ti co5t of mleey.
ADVURTISED IxETTU .
Lettersto the following addreseas nmal nn
called ftr at this oftle:
"M. 0.," " s " "V ,
"'louglas Ls"
SITUATIONS WANTICD.-tEMlALlal
Advertisemonta under utia head three tlimes
FRIEE.
SITUATION WANT D-TO WORK BY THRlll
day or hour, washing or general houslework.
Addrsus l; South Clore street.
S1TU A'.'i: N WANTD--TWO OMEN WAT
awork a the day or honr, wMl n
Call at 41 W t ain street,
SITUA'.ION WAN"ED-BY YOUNtI LADY
of two years' experience as stenegrapher and
typewriter in desirable office; reterenee fir,
nishbod, Address Box 78l.
SITUATION WANTED--BY AN EXPE1I
encet seamstress who uses 'Ladles' Tailer
System;" $2.50 par day. Call 112 South Ben
ton avenue.
ITUfATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN TO
S do cooking, washing and iron. Call at 213
Spencer street.
.ITUATION WANTED--TO DO DINING
room work or chamber work. Address Mies
A. D., this office.
SITUAT'ION WANTED-AS NURSE ,TO
thoildt about two years old; good references;
good sewer. Address Miss H.. this office.
SITUATION WANTED--TO DO LIGHT
hIonusework and plain cooking in small fam
ily; no washing. Address Helena 15, this office.
QITUATION WANTED-AS NURISE AND
L houseke psr for o'd, crippled and sickepoo.
Ilo ty t younllg lady speaking lerman and 1 ng
lish; best, cf references furnished. Apply at io.
7t .inthl avenute.
TUATION WANTED) TO WORK IN HOTEL
kitchen. Address Miss F.. this pffice.
SIT 'UATION WAN'ITED-AS BTENOGRAPHIER
and typewriter by youno lady; salary moder
ate. Adurose M. L., this office.
blTUATIONS WANTED-- MALE.
Advertisements unuer this head three times
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN )F
E2; outdoor work preferred; would like to
go into country; writes good hand antl familiar
witI clerical work. Address B. C., this office.
HE:L' WVANTII FEMIALIE.
WANTED-FOUR APPRENTICES AT H.
T'J'onn's.
W ANIED--A GIRL TO DO GENEIRAL
housework. Apply 522 Rodney.
ANTED~-FIJIST-CLASS GIRr L FOR GEN
Seoral housework; good wages and steady
enmployment; country. Address J. R Whitmire,
.Blossburg, Mont.
'ANTED--GlEL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at the State hot2l, East Helena.
AN'I'TED-A NURSE GIRL BETWEEN 13
YV and 17 years old. Apply 109 outh IRodney.
1/,ANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
Shousework; a steady situation and good
wages to righlt one. Apply by letter with refer
ences to MArs. . : . lyooldridge, Blossburg,
Mont.
HElP WANTE.ID-M- ALE.
IWANTED-AN ALL AROUND BLA('K
smith to work by the year on ranch. Ad
dress Z. T. B,, this omoe, or call at 442 Harrison
CAN''EL-A YOUNG UNMARRIED MAN
V e!l acquaints. with the city to driva de
livery wagon; must write a good hand. Address
1Employer, care independent.
FOit RENT-FUIINISHFII R0)OO S.
F OR RENT-TWO OR THIIEE FURNISHED
rooms at Porter fiats, tecond floor. inquire
at room 12 from 10 to 12 a. m.
'OR REWNT--FUlNISHED ROOMS' AND
- rooms for housekeeping. Inquire at No.
52 South ilodney street.
FOR RENT-LARGE FRONT ROM,. FUR
nished. 608 Broadway.
1'OR LENT--VERY DESIRABLE FUllR
I nilshed room for one or two gentlemen,
with use of bath, at 115 Beattie street, next to
corner of Filth avenue.
U'OR lRENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
rooms at reasonal rates. IHarvy block.
Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena.
I'OR I;ENT--TIHtEE FUIRNISHED ROOMS
1. with or without board. No. 11 North Benton
IOARCD ANDi) ROOs OFFEIRED).
"I O1R RENT--ROOMS AND BOARD, l00
1 Warren street, corner Sixthl ave.
U.OR IRENT--HOOM IN I'RHVATi FbAM.ILY
with or without board at 505 Ewing street.
FOiR RENT--DWELLINGS.
F01R IIENT-FOUG 100ROOMS COMPLETELY
furnished for housekeeping. Apply 301
Peattie street, corner Sixth avenue.
IT'O REI'NT'--NO. 6'tt PEOSTA. 7 R001MS
corner lot. $1; No. 921 Peosta. 7 rooms,
water in kitchen. large lot, $16; No. 19 Division
street, neat 4-room cotttage, water, ItO; No 1028
Breckenridge. 4 room cottage, $10; No. 837
'Iweifth avenue, 6 rooms. ?15; small brick houss
on Water strewt, $5: large barn, No. 906 Peosta,
4 t. Mitet son & Co., Leaver block.
O): IItEAT--V ERY DESt R&ALE RESI
1 denee, nine rooms, on Rodnoey street near
Sixth avenue. Steele A Clements.
FOR RENT---SX-ROOM FIRAME H1OUSE ON
Eleventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele &
C(lements.
1'Oit RENT-SEVEN ROOMS IN HOUSE,
532 Breckenridge street: 3 rooms now occu
pied by roomers and will remain if doesird.
-101 lltEN'T-BRICK tHOUSE, Eli IlT MIN
n1 tes' walk from postollice. 7 rooms, bath
and wash roonls, iho; titi cold water in three
pilates, furnace; price $30. Inquire at bowles'
tosh Slors.
-0 01;tl'N''--UNFUI;NiSHED lIHOOMS AND
apartments of all kinds and in desirable
horations, at S4 to $10 per room. Call and exam
insrstr list. \Vallace A T'hornbrhgh, Denver
lsti'dittg.
FOlt IEN2T--hIISCEL, AN I:OU S
'Ut RI1ENT+-STORE (IN MAIN STREET.
large and desirable; chuap rent. W. E. Cox,
;old block.
FOPl RENTN HTORE 011 OFFICE ROOM IN
1. opera house. Steele & ('lemlents.
SOlt RENNT---FINI LARIGIE IIAEMENTON
-iUpper BMain Cl reet. Steele & Clements.
;o IE m T -r -UNFUliNI1SHED IIOOMS IN
opera heousa. Eteele & ('lantents.
FOil SALE-MISCELLAN IO:TJn
FIOR11 ALE- I LIASE ANt) FUlNI'TU'[RE OF
1ro',ns in iltlter bliok: good r-alone for
ofling. Apply Mrs. Lamlleon, roomn, if.,
11OIit hI -..l (Fl-l, i--CLAS BLUlFt SHOP,.
Sbalth romern: alto 'turkish andl Iltseien
I aths in (etiuunction: the only one in town do
.ni a ied tusiness: h,.ut lcation in town; will
,. all or half intere,t. Address A. A. Brown,
F-0.1. t.ll" FI, ,P11 MI ill V;()W, IlLR
1hao;.h pf urtly gentle, lenuire Brass
Fol1 SAXl, IlOl'E, IB[tit;Y ANDI lIAR
wr. . prieo .i5. AppIjily at 219 RIodney
ht root. rirnter ixtli avni le.
it Aht l I 051 ONE I- t It h t05. PIANO
01 oLin, ltruolool. one parl,,r art, Iwoear
pets. four d iniroom clhairs, twt stoves, eta.
I o. 4: II arrioa l avelntle.
- huniotst wIt a larg trade: will trade for
ilnlltrtvod real e.tate ill lelehna. Slt-ele & Clem
LISAT.
i I0'l'--A ILADY'., ti(LD \AII('Alt, IHOWARD
IuiI telllltlll, g dI wireld chlini, tmllll chlarm
with l.e:rlh, itilluiwll.re btweei lie I, o H 'l olli
ret¢aor.tt soit the Ieuhtlbhe. Suitable reward
ifor it, rote:rn to 111l M. Dih-1.
1 151'' - II,tY'1 (')II ) WATIt ATi E.LEC
Stri hall, oin Friday otig. einder will
Ilea, leave at tbH 1 tli of IteIe rTL.teite sulitable
. . .. . .. . E ( I W.... . . .. .
i.J UL ND-A ('llISII'I'IAN H'llN(T': IIYMNAL
aild a [Irlel:ertlut V\il ltenOlaU (iio k Book.
O wner o lv a t , 1 il J.al rh, ntetrt.,l .
£ elihout )wner rs.al ha ie rtalle by rTlling
,at i. -. Ils!, ie, :or o,?r_,c i t and Ivis etrter.
j'OIU NEi -VAIUAII,:i li(;: OWWNIL CAN
If le lb id. Adlr' le P. lCrry lainted hlook,
via l oolto.
k'OUN ' A IPetI )Y'S tUFl'. CALL AT
Jacksol', Mio trSietor.
Ii lUN1 --ol L'ur;l.kri;iAl P1,IN. OWrf
'r :arl havet lrnl, by raIl ll'l tn officeil
payinga charges and pruviag lroperty.
FOR UA8U-REAL MVTATII,
block.
OR SALE-LOT WL AND 2,U IN BNLOK i,
, S, rat , 50x1, on Santhe t 04111. Appyto
era streets. Matheson & Ca, Densrs
FOR SALE-NFAT COTTAGE ON IGTHE
i u O e ornr M.5 dnr month,
J.lN.onraig 818 tSo. lonv streeto
FOR SALE-DEBIRABLE SHEEP OR CAT
'tie ranch of 800 acres on Big Blaoktoot, 48
miles nbrth of Drumnnmond station ample build
ings including sawmill, all nuer fenee first
water riglt of over 2000 inches- $5,000; call or
write for full particulars. tatison & Co.,
Denver block.
1!OR SALE--EIGHT-ROOM DWELLING IN
, Lenox, modern, $3,500, easy terms. Mathe
son & Co.
TOR SALE-LOTS IN BROADWATER ADDI.
lion, one-third down, balance in ono and
two years time. interest at i per cent. Matheson
A Co., Denver block.
F0I SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK
residence on west side, only two blocks
from Main street' fronts on two streets; very
cheap. Stooeele & Cloments.
OR SALE-FINE EIGIIT-ROOM BRICK
house on Spencer street, near Rodney, only
few minutes from poetotftice, at great bargain.
Steele & Clements.
-'.1OR SALE-$3,300, 85lx&l &ROOM BRICK,
cellar, water, etc, on lialeign street; $3,800,
42x88, l-room brick, cellar, water, etc., on blat
sigh street- $5,500, 50x100 feet, 8-room frame
house, on -sa.er boulevard; 1$4,500, 45x100 feet,
6-room frame house ot Brodway. E. . French
A C._
'OR SALE-ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON
11 west aide at a bargain; ton rooms, furnace,
bath room and all modern fittings; good barn
ond outbuiidings. Wmin. Mth, nat.
FOR SALE-TWO SIX-tOUOM HOUSES ON
I west ade: easy terms; near new school
building, foundry and electria lines, 1 m.
Sluth, agt.
OR SALE-FIFTY FEET ON HELENA
avenne near foot 6f Rodney at three-fourths
actual valou. Stee! & Clements.
'OR SALE-A FINE CORNER ON NORTH
Main street 100x123 feet, fronts on three
streets; will be sold at a great sacrifice, tteelo &
Clements.
VOR SALE-A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON
" prominent avenue; has allmodern improve
ments and is in gool condition: iprice very low
and terms to colt; a snap. W. F. Cox, Gold
block.
.'OR SALE--I HAVE SEVERAL, NICE IRES
' idences on the west side for sale at differ.
mtp rioees and terms. I artios wishing to buy t
home will do well to call and see what .1 can of
fer. Win. Mnth. agt.
FOR SALE--ELEuANT RESIDENCE ON
Madison avenue, west side, east front. lot
125x200 feet; cash buyer can secure a great bar
gain. bteele & Clemonta
SOR SALE--RENTAL PROPERTY IN ORIG
inal townsite: will sell on easy terms,' at a
great tarritice. Improved property on Bifit'
street and on Pine street. Steele & (lements.
1OR SALE--$1030; $350 CASH, BALANCE
on long time, buys a new three-room house;
et 50x12. Address box 7177, city.
F -OR SALE--CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN
uthauser addition at very low prices. Wm.
Mutth, egt.
i OIRt SALE--LOW-A CHUIc,. BUILDING
lot facing on Broadwater hotel grounds
least front) Wmin. Muath, agt
T.OR SALE-NEW SIX-HOOM HOUSE 1N
S' Broadwater addition, only one block from
electric motor; small payment down, balance
installments. Steele &Clements.
FOt SALE--50xl40 FEET ON LYNDALE'
C avenue at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele &
Clements.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST
ranches in Montana, 2,080 acres, every acre
can be irrigated and have abundance of water,
line range on every side, good market for every
thing produced, good improvements; will be sold
at a great bargain. W. E. Cox, Gold block.
Ot S10IALE -LOTS AND ACREAGE AT KAL
isepll, the new railroad town in the Flat
Iead valley. Pm. Muth, agt.
OR1 SALE-$1,800, 75x125 FEET, 4-ROOM
frame house, Broadwater motor line; $b.500,
50x3li feeoot, 0-room frame house, 50 feet double
frontage on Benton and Park avenue, bnsiness
roperty; $5,000, 84x110 feet, 8-room frame house
on Lawrence street; $5,000, *000140 feet, 9-room
brick house on Eleventh avenue. E. S. French A
FOR ALE--$5,000. 40x100 FEET 9-10OOM
brick, bath, cellar, etc., gas fixtures, double
frontage on two streets. E. 8. French & Co.
F OlR BSALE-5O, ix50i40 FEET. 6-ROOM
frame house, a corner on Warren street;
$0,500, 75x150 feet, 8-room stone house on Madi
son avenue; $3,500, 40x118 feet, 6-room frame
house, corner, on Chaucer street; $3,500. 40x113
feelt 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. El
S. F.reach & Co.
FUORSALE--1,800. .iLxl3, 4-R1OOM 1RAME
F on Dakota avenue; $4,500, 50x t, -room
frame hauso, Blake street; $4,000, 42x88 feet,
0-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattie; $3,500.
35x88 feet, 8-room brick on Beattie street. E. B.
French & Co.
0O11; SALE-- 2.800. 50x140 FEET. 5-HOOM
F frame house on hiahth avenue; $53,500. 50x140
feet, 5-room brick house on Eighth avenue;
4,.000 42x10 feet, 5-room frame house on Broad
way; e~,I2. 45x1000 feet, 5F-room brick house,
corner. lBroadway. F. S. French & Co.
Ou'l SALE--WARIEdOUSE LOT. IN EL
listen, on N. P. right of way, $100. Maths
Fon & Co.
FOltSALE-COItNEiI LOT. 160x150O, on beat
residence street in the city; full view of
the east side and valley. Address box 277E oity
postfiojco.
OR BSALE--AT A BAiGAIN-50 FEED ON
Broadway near Hoback; easy terms, Ad
dress postoffice box 26, Helena.
. Ott SALE--FYOR $3100 GOOD BUILDING
F lot 50x150 on South end of Rodney street;
address box 777, city pustoffice.,
IIOR SAtI,--1.6O0. NEAT 4-ROOM1 IW0ID -
illg on Eighlth avenre, near turn of umotor
ine. with good lot; 2(i0 dokn. $5: per monti;.
latheson & tCo.. lDonver block.
OR SALE- $.500. El K. GA NT IDWELLING IN
nEasterly addition, within 10 or 12 minute
walk frou court honue; contains reception hall,
sight rooms, also bathroom fully eliiipyed.
psntry, five clocerts. Ilate glase windos, tire
place, hot and cold wa'er large cellar, pluombing
or furnace sand gas. finishol in oak, fronts
north: $1.0 dowi. balance on any reasssonable
lime desired. Maitheson & Co. Deirver block.
MISC ESCE LLA NEOU.,
W AIININi.--T'tIi PUBLIC AtRE HEIEBIIY
warned against giving credit, Io my wife
Hattio voymter. t will not hI: resplonsible for
any debts contracted by ther. Georpgo eymer.
\yUAN'lT - I)I-OlI; iuGOODt ROAl)MTElt;
w we blbko to dride single; tsven or
eight yoats i 1d. For pirticulnlt and deecrip
tion address box 191, Fort lhitnlol.
\7JAN'I'ED)--ABOUT ONE li UN DI.El) COItDS
of wood per montlh, to ba dlelivered on
cars on line of Northern Pacitio lailroad. Par
ties who will contract for the delivery of this
wood will pihaes address the undersignod, nam
ing prict and shipping station. The United
Smeltinig & lrlining Company. East Helena,
eont
W AN'1~TI;-: -'1o EXCIIANCGE BUILDINi LOT
f ,r giild driving loran, bulggy anti hlarneso .
C. H. haurnt. .orthern laciti i headqultarters,
Helena, Mant.
T1IANTEII-A IUII-TOPl' 1)ESK A AT A RIEA
S sonable price. Inqlire at the uolico of the
Montena P'honogralh coompany. Glandon block,
corner ixth avenue andi Warren stroot.
S lOR TRADE--UNIMPIIOVED PROPEITY
to trade for equity in improved. Steele ,t
(Clements.
OiL It\D1il-tH1PIIOVEt PtlROPI('iL'hY TO
trade for unimproved. Stoole & Clemonts.
U .ANTED--'TIIE OWNER OF A LARtGE
body of low gradoe fro milling gol ore
wants a caiitaliat who will build a mill n11 the
property Lor a hllf interest. Apply to Win.
W AN'IlTD -SAW MILL AND LO'AT'I'ON BY
mill rntal where there is good market, or
accosrablo boldy of timbher. (live full particu
lure. .. M. hBrigs, Salt Lake City, Utah.
15 PER 'lCENII GUAIRANTEED ON INVEST
S lmonte in atmiount from $i ut. Money to
loa. n, or tiarticulars call or address McDUonali,
Anting d& cLeoe.l, l and Atlas block. Hielouna,
Mont.
W 1 ANt'EDi A CUSTI'OMEIIt FORi ONE OF
lthe finest resideonce sitoa on west side; price
low for crah. Win. Muth.
W.tNTED--A IIUYEII FOR A PIECE OF
inside property: just the thing fora row of
flal;: close to Main street. Win. Math.
A N'IED -.'u TItADE 8) ACtHl. NEAIt
V Great Falls for Helena property. Steole ,
Clements.
WAN''EDl--A lsUYhtmt FOlR A PLATI)ED
Stract o the bwat residence ptpla rty oc
west aide; price way.down; half ceai babre~u
one ear. WM. Yuth, agent.
MIBCELLANIEOS.
W'/AN a-TO IUILD 0 SIX-ROOM OU ii
with furnae and bath t voto te wti to
solt. Walac asTi5Wnb P , DtW r 01qitlnau
.,t.. n an .wood floor ad nngh,
ath, furnace, ml nodec ounvaniei, for tp
.uttp .Ca rom lmw. to' will seal equity for $11,WU
MONEY TO LOAN..
MONY O LAN--I" A~ili llt4
adlv, 19181. pu &
TO -AN-IN SUM.8 R,) SUIT. IrOW tAT"+
Tof lutel.I, SBteele& d lements.,
.QNEY TO LOAN--STL iEL & CJLEMENTS
In sums to suit, InoW rate of intere.st, no
commission. no interest in advance, no delay,
SUMMON--IN THR DISTRICT COURT
of tes Eit audicial district of the state of
Cian i in id tothe t Lntrof hewis and
tiuataes A. Urig, plaintiff,. vs. Mary J. Ubrig,
defendant.
The state of Msntana senda geeting to the
above named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought aIainst yeou by the above named plain
tiff in tiedietrie court of the First judicial dis
trict of the stete of Montana, in aud for. the
county of Lewicand (larke, and to answer theo
complaint filod therein, within ten days
(exclusive of the day of eervice) after the
service on you of this summons if served within
this county' or, if served out of this county, but
within this dietriot,within twenty days; otherwise
within forty days, or judgment by default will
be taken aainlst you, according to the prayer of
said complaint.
The maid action is brought to obtain a decree
of said court dissolving the bonds of matrimony
existing between the plaintiff and defendant, on
the ground that on or about the month of No
vomber, A. D. 1889, the said defendant disregard
ingthe solemnit of her marriage vows, will
fnully snd withoutcause deserted and abandoned
the plaintiff, and ever since has, and still con
tinues so to willfully and without cause desert
and abandon said plaintiff and ti live separate
and apart from him without any sufficient cause
and reaon. and segainst his will and without his
consent. all of which appears more fully in tho
complaint on file herein, to which speo.at refer
once is hereby madc.
And yonare hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to thl
court for the relief demanded in tht, complaint.
tiven under my hand and the seal of the dis
trict court of the kirst judicial district of the
state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke,. this 1ith day of eobruarc. in the year
of our Lord one thousand eightt hundred and
ninety-two.
Lesat,. JOHN BEAN, Clerk.
ByM, H,1 THOMrePsONu, )epItyn Clert
E, L. KNOWLxs. Attorney for Paintifl.
TN TItE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIIIST
judicial district, state of Montana and Lewis
and t'larko county.
In the matter of the estate and tuardianship
of William 1) Whitehead, lMay Ig. Whitehead
and John C. Whitehead, minor heirs of J. C.
Whitehead. deceased.
It appearing to this court from the petitiot
this doy presented and filed by Jeannette White
hehd, the gnardion of tlhe persons antd estates of
WiUlam D. Whiteheadt, May E. WViteheatt and
John t'. Whitesotd,.minors, praying for ain or
dor of sale of certain real ectate belongitte to
her said wards, that it is necessary and would
be beneficial to said wards that such real estate
should bo sold.
It is hlereby ordered that the next of kin of the
said wards,. and all pereons interested in the
said estate, appear before this court on 'ueday,.
the fifth day of April, A. D). 18912. at 10 o'clock it
the forenoon of said day at the court room of
this court, at thei cort house in the city of ltel
ena, county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Mon
tana. then and there to show cause why an orIder
should not eto granted for the sale of sucl. estate;
and it is further ordered, that acopy of this or
der be published at least four successive weeks
before the said day of hearing in the Daily ilnde
pendent, a newspaper printed and published in
the said city of He'ena, county of Lewis and
(Clarke. state of Montana.
IIOHACE B. BUCK, Judge.
Dated March 4, ib92.
A. U. Botkin antd Thee. Shed, attorneys for
petitioner.
UMMONS.--IN THE DIST'RICT COURT OF
Sthe 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 required 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 .he complaint
filed tlorehn.within ten days (exclunste or the day
of service) after the service of this sum
mons, if served within this county: or. it served
out of this county, but in this district, within
twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or
judgment by default will be taken against you
according to the prayer of said complaint.
'The said action is brought to obtain a decree of
thiscourt dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing between said plaintiff and defenl
ant. upon the grounds set forth in the complaint
on file in this action, and for the custody of the
minor children and for general relief.
Plaintifft alleges in said complaint, as grounds
for such divorce, that on the 13th day of Decetn
bhr. A. Di). one thousand eight hundred and
elghty-nine, (ltit9) the defendant willfully and
without cause deserted and abandoned the plain
tiff and absen:ed himself from plaintiff againt
lier will and without her consent, and departed
fron the state of Montaa, and still contienues to
live separate and apart froun her.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and an-w'r the said complaint, as .shoe
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court
for the reliet demanded in her complaint.
Given utinder my hand and the seal of the dis
trict court of the Jirst judicial district of tue
state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke, this hth day of February, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundreJ
and ninety-two.
LeaALc JOHN BEAN,
Clerk of District ('ourt
C. W, FLZEIR5CB Attorney for Plaintiff.I
THLIAS SUMMONS-I THrE DISTRICT
court of the Flirst judial district of the state
of Montana, in and for the oounty of Lewis and
Clarke.
Itobrt C. Bcott. plaintiff, vs. Margaret Scott,
defendant.
The state of Montana sends greeting to the
above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by tihe above-named plaini
tiffin the dletrict court of the First judicial
district of tie state of Montana, in and for tie
county of Leews and Clarke, and to answer the
complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclu
sire of the doy of service) after the service on
you of th is sfummons, if served within the county;
or, if nerved out of this county, but within tine
district, within twenty days: otherrise within
forty days, or judgment by default will the taken
aiainst you, according to the prayer of said com
plaint.
'the said action is brought to obtain a decree
dissolving the benis of matrimony now
existing between said plaintiff and defend
ant, on tihe grounds of adnultery by said defend
ant with oneJam-e Allen, at the honse of said
dlefedilant in the city of Calgary dlistrict ot Al.
berta, dominion of Canada, and on tha furt.er
grouond lint oincetheir sail malnriag thie said do
fendant has treated plainliff in a cruel and in
hnman manner. all of which nmore fuilly appnears
in the complaint on file in said above entitled
court.
Anl you are hereby notilied that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint. as above
required, the said pilint illt will apply toi t he court
for the reliief demanded in said comphiint.
j iven under any lhandl and the veal of the district
court of the First jlnlicial district of the slate of
Mtotntana. in and for the county i,f Lewis and
Clarke, thish Ith day of February, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundredl and ninety
two
IesA,. I JOlN BEAN. Clerk.
W. N. FLa-CIn.R
Attorney for Plaintiff.
THE CHICAGO,-.--.-
SMILWAUKEE &
ST. PAUL RAILWAY
Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St.
Paul and Minneapolis via La
Crosse and Milwaukee to Chicago
and all points in the Eastern states
and Canada. It is the only line
under one managetent between
St. Paul and Chicago, and it is the
finest equipped railway in the
Northwest. It is the only line run
ning Pullman drawing-room sleep
ing cars with the luxurious smok
ing-rooms, and the finest dining
cars in the world, via the famnous
"River Bank Route," along the
shores of Lake -eopin and the beau
tiful Mississippi rivert' to Milwaukee
and Chicago. Its trains connect
with those of the northern lines in
the Grand Union depot at St. Paul.
No change of cars of any class be
tween St. Paul and Chicago. For
through tickets, time tables, and
full information, apply to any
coupon ticket agent in the North.
west.
f ateuisa Cshiarke ne and
Thest at. a Mostas sends -la ting to the
ao are hereby rea to appear in. an do
of the state of oont an r the oou o
awad pa d the t
ile terein, w f days' (eaol. 'ot We '
s oevc atr sh n srve s, ou of tho
sutmsnau, ift sred within thU count'y; or. .if
ear ad out at thi county, buet tn thi dietrio.t,
within twenty days formther. intt tn  jse as
couadme to te prayt r ap t said ompmin t
S h istaal w r -btak t UeI
on to James l.Ufilmour o on the th doay of
tt eat situate in the ounty of Lewis and Clarke
and state of Montana, to wit.: The rotethleasi
quarter of northeast quarter, the narth half of
southeast quarter of northeast qu.aiter. the west
half of northeast quarter- and sooth half of
northwest quarter of section I, and north halt
of noarhwest quarter and northwest quarter of
northeast quarter oR section 9, all in towneship 10
north range t west, exoept acres taken off the
west end of north halt oa stotheast quarter of
northeast quarter af said section 8, aud for th
recovery of a Jdgment ef 1500 as an attorney's
te. for foreclosure proceedings and for costs.
Th'e omblaint alleges amrong other things that
on the 5th day at June, 190, said Patton axe
cntedto said Gilmour three prominsory notes,
one for the oum of I$9,10, dnm and pa 'able ine
year after date and bearing interest at the rate of
eit per centam m r annum, one for the sum of
i0968, due and pab.e two years after date,
with interest at the rate f.ei ght Jper contai per
annum, mnt a third fur t lo,0,t due and payale
three years after date and bearing Interest at the
rate at eight per c0ntum per annum and that to
escure the payment of said .atee said mortgage
,eas executed. And that ach and svert of olad
notes was an ins'allment of the principal sm
of $20,100 owing bysaid latton to said Gllmour.
That said mtnctjage was recorded in the office ot
the recorder of Lewis and Clarke county on the
o0th day of July, 18901 in book 8 at mortgagee
an page 21. hat on the-14th day of January,
1i89, said illmour' asigned said noteo and mort
gage to this plaintifffor value. That said first note
for the sum of SY.100 and interest is uine and
unpaid, except the following sums, 025 paid
Aug. 24, 1891. i625 paid oept. 9, 1891. 02. naid
Sept. 24. 1891, *1548.01 paid Oct. 9, 1891, 5158,64
paid Oct 15, 191, and $70 paid Nov. 1, i891
'ha't on 6th ay of June, b.0. James H. Gil
mour and wife executed a deedt convebing to
said defendant Patton the above descrihid prem
ises for the consideration of $51.050. that at that
time thei existed two mortgage liens thereon,
one for the sum of $4.000 executed by said Gil
moor and wile to David l. Gilmour, dated Nov.
t0, 1188 and due and payable five years after
date, and hearing interest at the rats
ot six per centum per annum pay
Rble annually, and one executed by
said Gilmour and wife to the Jarvis-Conklin
Mortgage Trust company for the sum of $5,110,
dated Feb. 1. 192J, and due and payable five
years after date, with interest at the rate of Fir
per centum per annum payable semi-annually.
which two said mortgages said katton agreed
to assume and pay., as part -uof laid sum oa $5.
100, the purchase price of rail premises. That
said Patton has failed and refused to pay the
interest due and in arrear on uraid two mortgagee
amounting to $240 on the first mentioned and
r177 on the second, and that the holders tof said
mortgages are about to forseclose the same.
That said property cannot he sold in portions
without injury to the parties. %'hat the defend
ant Northwestern Land and Investment com
pany and 1. W. E Griith, trustee, have or claim
to have some interest in the promises accruing
since said mortgage, and that tis sum of $2,500
Is a reasonable attorney's fte for lhe foreclosure
proceeding,. The plaintiff demands judgment
for foreclosure. That the mortgaged premises
be sold and the procodes applied to the payment
of the rosts and elpenres of this action, includ.
uing $2,500 for atlorney's fee, and the amount
owing on the three notes and mortgage, with n.
'trest on said notes up to the time of paymont.
and that the defendant Patton may he adjudged
to pay any deficiency.
And you are hereby notified that if you fall to
appear and answer the said complaint, as above
requirled, the said plaintiff will apply to the
court for the retief in said complaint demanded.
Given under my hand and the seal of the die.
trictcourt f the First judicial dmstriot of the
scate of Montana. in and for the countyof Lewis
and (Clarke, this 22d day of Jannary, in the
year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred
and ninety-two.
LSeal] JOHN BEAN. Clerk.
By H. 1. THonirsON, Deputy Clerk,
CRUTCHER & GARILAND.
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
SUMMONS.--IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP
the First judicial district of the state of
Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke.
Secood National Bank of Helena, Montsna,
plaintiff, vs. James WV. Conley, t:athlerine Cen
ley, George F. Wooleton and MIary I. Woolstou.
detendants.
The state of Meutana sends greeting to the
above named defendants:
Yon are hereby reicired to appear in an action
brought against you by the above named plain
tiff in thoedistrici. court of the First judicial dis
trict of the state oa Montana, in and for the
cornty of Lewis and Clarae, and to answer the
amended complaint filed therein, within ten
days (exclusive of the day of service) after the
service on you of this summons, if nerved within
this count,; or, it served out of this county, but
in this district, within twenty days: otherwise
within forty days, or judgment by default will
be taken against you, according to the prayer of
said complaint.
The said action is brought to recover a judg
ment in favor of the plaintiff and against the
dlefendant. James W. t'onley, for the sum ot
$233 34. 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, executed and delivered by the de
fendant, James W. Conley, to one Chas. Gab
isch for the sum of $tlittl7. each dated at Hel
enna. Montana, April24, 1888, and bearing inter
est at the rate of 10 psr cent per annum; one of
which said notes is payable eighteen months
from tihe date thereof, and the other twelve
months from the date thereof, which said notes
were subsequently asignes., transferred over.
and delivered to this plaintiff who ie now the
legal owner and holder of tihe same- also to re
cover a judgment in faver of the plaintiff and
against the def.ndants foreclosing a certain
uortgage dated the 24th day of April, 1888, madle.
executed and delivered by Joames W. Conley
end Catherine Conley to Cas. Gablisch, to se
cure the payment of the said two notes of
$1161.067 each, which said mortgage was recorded
In the oalos of the county clerk and recorder of
Lewis and larks county, IMontana. April 28,
1888, in bonk 3 of mortgages, page 157. For the
deerription of property in mortgage refeorence it
made to the complaint in said action.
And you are haheby notilied that it you fail to
appear and an-wcr ihe said complaint. as above
required, the said plaintiff will enter your dlefault.
take judgment against ,lames W. Conloy for the
sum of $2,:1.74, with interestat 10 per cent per
annum. from April 24, 1888, and for coste of
suit. And will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Given under my Icand and the veal of the dis
trict court oathis 0irst judicial district of tli
state of BMontana, in and for thecounntv oa Lewis
eaur of cur Lord sue thousand eight hundre..
Lendlt.o JOHN BlIAN, Clark.
By It. 1. TuOscPrON, Deputy Clerk.
McCONNElyc , cii (It,AYBEIIG,
1Plaintiff's Attorneys
- 1DB WANTCD--F'O- TIlIE (CONSTRUCTION
''acid comi ,lrtion el the lMontana etate build
ing at the World's Colcmbian exposition, ('hi
Plcns, specifications and details csn he seen si
lihe following places:
O(lteo of secretary, itlena, Moltt.
Galbraith & Ftller, ? asoula. Mont.
(iali)raith & Fller, Liviniston. lont.
HBuilders' oxohluqce. Cilieago. JIll
All biu cicnst be accompanied by a certified
check for $2.1,00.
lihe board of World's fair mniagers reserve
thu right to rejo t any and ill biddi
All hide mucut be aloil in the ofice of the see
rotary on or beforo 12 o'clck noon of Friday.
JAS. Ot. RIAMBAY. tecretary
Ilonce Ri and 1. Meonlana National Aand
Iluidinr. Ileleuin, l cint.
G AcLlauiu . FtcUI.,ER.
Buiccrinclucdcnt Architects.
.ToCt IIOLDEli" hIiEETINl.---TIl AN
nicail ie~tine ,, ithle stcchclcildrs of tli Elk
icio Tradin? rn oneccy will lie hld at tlho el
cica Nattonaect bckllielseiU, Mont.u, Oai Tocdal
March 22, 102, ni It trce o'riock ii. ii.. fltrit
lcurlseso of oloctinc a biltrd ot truste.'e and oli
eprs for tOlce otlillc yccgcr.
(I. Ii. ALLEN. President.
J. 1'. WOOei3iiN, Sc(clocletury.
lelcsn. Mont., Marchl il. 1802.
Roes NO. I, Power Block. Postoffice Box 81 I
HELENA. MONTANA.
CIVIL AND MININ
ENGINEERS.
ROOMS 24, 20,
Merchants Natloc
3aak Mallding.
ielcna, Mol

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