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Sl oy, eonsetitutloalist, Mr. Bartlett Bur
'dtte-att.a, conservativeh i5,r :ir John
p.aUleston, conservative, from the list of
members of the house whe voted last night
for a rredit for the Mombass railway sura
-ey, which was earried without division.
here was a lesg discussion on the motion,
the rineipal pkere being Gladstone and
Baifour. linally a vote was taken and the
motion was approved, 154 members voti
for it and 149 against it.. When the vote
was aanouesed it was greeted with load
cheers by the op'olition. The result is
considered a defeat for $he government.
(Great Britain at the Fair.
Loxae, March 11.-A meeting was held
at the Mansion houes to-day, promoted by
the London Chamber of commerce in con
nection with the Chicago Columbian ex
position. Leading members of the royal
commiseion were present. Lord Mayor
Evans said the meeting was of the atmaost
importance. The exhibition, he declared,
weould be the most suoocessful one of modern
days. Sir Henry Wood, secretary of the
royal commission, said that a suffteient
number of representative firms had applied
for space to ensure that Great Britain
would be adequately represented. He did
not believe the MaKinley bill would eause
any difficulty. The other speakers ex
pressed similar views.
Represented litmself a Giddy Widow.
LoNvoN, March 11.-The trial of Mait
land Francis Moreland, an, aged Oxford
tutor, accused of attempting to blackmail
members of the nobility, took place to-day.
When Moreland was arraigned he pleaded
guilty, and was sentenced to ten yea.s'
penalservitude. This is equivalent to a
life sentence, for Moreland is now 65 years
old. It was shown by the prosecution that
the prisoner, under the names of Maitland
and Moreland, wrote to a number of the
aoung members of the nobility, represent
nag himself as a young and fascinating
widow who, for a money consideration was
willing to assame immoral relations with
them.
Illegal Marriages.
WiNtrPzo, Man., March 11.-A man named
Fawcett, who came to Manitoba from St.
Paul or Minnearolis, and who claims to be
o Methodist minister, has been performing
marriago services in Lake Dauphin county
for the past couple o years, and the super
intendent of the Methodist conference has
just published a letter in the public press
repudiating him and dcclaring that every
nmarriage at which he has otliciatedis illegal
according to the marriage laws of the
province. In consequence of this exposure
there is great consternation in many
homes at Lake Dauphin, and over thirty
touples will have to be re-marrled.
Commerclal Relatlons ol..)nrý,. ·
CHicAao, March 11.-Thomae Ryan,
Inited States minister to Mexico, in the
city on business, said in an interview:
"The so-aonlled Ga:za revolution is enor
mously exaggerated by the American press.
and untruthful ste.tements rublished about
it have greatly disturbed the commercial
relations of the two countries. Garza had
a gang which, had tier operated wholly in
the United States, could have been cap
tured by an ordinary sheriff'aposse. Pres
ident Diaz is very popular, and I have no
doubt he will be re-elected in Jane."
A Cannibalistic Superstltion.
CHnarrunHa, Mex., March 11.-The Indians
here are general believers in witchcraft,
and for a number of years an old woman
has held them in creat fear by her alleged
powers. It was stated that she was in'the
habit of eating young children. During
her absence a party of men went to her
home and found not only bones, but the
partly eaten body of a child. On her re
turn home she was burned at the stake,
and the people ate small .ortions of her
body in order to ward off any evil that
might befall them for killing her.
Routed the Highwaymoe .
EAGLE PAss. Texas, March 11.-Word has
just reached Eagle Pass of an attempted
robbery and the killing of one of the
would-be robbers near Durango. C. M.
Brittan, of the Las Vacas mines, left Du
raneo City on the night of Feb. 29 for the
mines, some seventy miles off, He had
with himn $10,000 in Mexican silver in a safe
in his wagon. This fast became known to
six desperate characters, who waylaid
Britten's party, but were routed and one of
their number killed.
A Commoner Sentenced.
LONDON, Mareh 11.-At Old Bailey to-day I
a sentence was passed that will without
doubt result in another expulsion from the I
commons. George Woodgate Hastings, N
member for the east or the Bromagrove N
division of Worcestershire, was to-day sen- N
tenced to five years penal servitude on the
plea of guilty to the charge of misappro
priating £6,000. Hastings, who is a liberal m
unionist in politics, is 66 years old. to
Struck Without Notice.
VANCOUVER, B. C., March 11.-The Union t
Steamship company has three steamers
tied up here, owing to the engineers and
firemen being called out by the local union. 5
The company has been paving engineers
$80 per month and firemen $40. Theunion 8:
demands $100 for engineers, and $50 for 8.
firemen. The men struck without giving
notice.
Foreign Flashes.
The French foreign office announced
Thursday that the commercial treaty with
the United States has been concludea.
Wednesday was the czar's birthday, and
it was marked by the launching at Sebasto
pol of the ironclad "George the Victorious,"
of 9.000 tons.
Emperor William is confined is bed, and
hias physicians say he is suffering from a
plight cold. No alarm, however, is felt
concerning his condition.
The concierge of a house in lRue Fon
thievre was deposed Wednesday. He
rented the ground floor of the house to
Abielle and the latter received Mrs. Deacon
there frequently.
The pope has communicated to the news
paper, Ase rvatore Romano, a note defend
ing Archbishop Ireland, of St. Paul,
against the attacks made upon him by his
enemies in the United States.
Anl Old Timne Wo lf nt.
BLOOnMiNONro, Ill., March Il--''here was
an old fashioned wolf hunt of the roundup
order in the northern portion of this county
to-day. Two weeks ago there was a round
up in which 800 people took part, and the
heroine of which was Miss Stella Morrow,
an exceedingly pretty young lady, who ran
a wolf to ground, when her hounds killed
him. Fifteen hundred people par,ticipated
in to-day's sport, and fifty hounds were
under the leash. No firearms were per
mitted. Two wolves were pursued by the
horsemen and the hounds, one being
overtaken after a hot chase of six miles.
The other is probably killed now, as a vet
eran wolf hunter was in hot pursuit when
last heard from.
To a Suidden Termination.
MAnsAr.LTurowN, Iowa, March 11.-'I he
Ellsworth divorce case came to an abrupt
termination at Eldora this afternoon,
plaintiff's counsel making a motion to dis
miss the case. The motion was enter
tained, the decree of divorce set aside, and
the ease stricken from the docket. Mrs.
Ellsworth will now sue for divorce and
alimony.
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will surely do
you good if you have a cough, cold or any
trouble with throat, chest or lungs. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds is guaranteed to give re
lief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers
from la grippe found it just the thing. and
under its use had a speedy and perfect re
covery. Try a sample bottle at our expense
and learn for yourself just hew good a thlng
it is. Trial bottles free at t, `. lialo ,
Co.'s drug store. Large size fifty cents and
$1.
T' he ing sea question was considered
at the cabinet meeting Friday but noaction
was taken.
RACE iOQRSlES.
Good ?elres Itealiaed at the Last D]ay of
the Kettogg SBae.
CiaerAao, March 11.-Some very godCbarro
gains were secured to-day in Kelloug's sale
of trotting stock, the last day of the sale.
The attendance was large and bidding
brisk. L, J. Ross's lot of thirteen head
brought an average of $1,000. On of the
beat colts showed in bad form, owing to
being kicked badly in transit. and brought
oinl $160. I M, Hnavia' animals,
prijeipally Blackbird and Monroe Chief
stook brought better prices than on the
firs the. Followia. are the principal sales
of the day: Bay colt. by ltedondao, to A.
B. Camp, Chicago, $2,100; Brie-a-.-rac by7
Aloazar. Augast Ulheiu, Milwaukee, $1L,00;
bay colt, by Stamboul, L EI. Brown, DsIe
van, Ill., $1,500; bar fllhy, by Aloazar, UI
hein, Milwaukee, $1,500; Reaves, by Meon
roe Chief, 1. Highland, Chicago, $80:; bar
filly, by tedondo, Clairview stuok
farm, Clairview, MSch., $7)0; bay filly, by
Stamboul, Andrew Hdildebrunt, Oconomoo,
Wi,, $750; bay colt, by Stamnboul, J. P.
Mallette, Englewood. Ill., $600; brown tilly,
by Alamedeu, C. & . Rlidely, Sprin gleld,
Ill,., $500; bay filly, by Stamboul, M. Muan
son, Hartford, Conn., $650: bay colt, by
Alcazar, James Thomas, Vermont. Ill.,
$575; Jurie Cossack, by lon Cossack, J. I.
Steiner. Chicago, $550; Correct, by Direc
tor, M. C. Keith, Laplatte. Neb., $500.
Hair Dressing.
The newest styles of hair dressing are -
little less elaborate than they were in the
winter, and they are so easy to do at home
that the hairdressers are quite discouraged.
A woman with a proper regard for her
"crowning glory" waves her hair all over
the front and sides of her head. 'Lhen she
braids it from the middle, backof her head.
and tying a pretty fresh ribbon around the
braid, she doubles it up in under until it
buge the hack of her head and neck. Then
she sticks daggers, arrows and sev
eral other kinds of fancy pins through it,
and then, arranging her bang becomingly,
she sticks in two or three more fancy pins
near the ton of her head and sallies forth
from her dressing room . happy in the
thought that she has done her own hair
dressing right up in the latest style and
that she hasn't had to pay a hairdresser.
New York World.
A 1ulow on the `ead.
Three years ago a young lady of Fall
River, Mass., was hit upon the left side of
her head by a falling sign as she was walk
ing along a street in Boston. This was fol
lowed by brain fever. After some) weeks
she was an well in mind and body as ever,
hut from a right-handed uerson she had
become so left-handed she could neither
cut, sew, nor write with her right hand, but
found it easy to do all these things with her
left. Heor right hand was just about as
useful as her left had been before she was
hurt. What is strange is that, with so re
cent a change in the use of her hands, she
never makes an awkward motion, and is as
graceful in the use of her left hand as if
she had been born left-handed.--Boston
Post.
livT
T] ll E it ARt K E'TN.
NEW YORa. March tI.-Bar silver, 80* .
Copper-Frm: lakeo. $10.75. F
Lead--FirmFirm; domestic, $4.22~.
In the stock market this morning there was a -
renewal of excitement in coal stocks, owing to
the passage of a bill by the New Jersey logisla- wit
ture to legalize the compact between the cal cor
railroadtl companies. Their old activity w:s re
newed and prices mounted rapidly. While theo F
gensral list was stil very quiet, even to dull- Ci
ness, the amount of business done by reason of -
the new aotivity in coal rasres was very mater
ial. Interest in the St. Paul dividendl was ex- av
hausted. The opening of the general market
was lower, with a cra:nble to buy coal stocks in
the afternoon, and leadin rose to 9. Lacks
wanna to 161. Jersey tentral to l3C. Delaware
& ludsoa to 1ut1 . Close active, hrut to strong,
near est tricee, intportant advances being Psart - -
tng 4. Ditlan ae & l1udson 2%, ruagar i, Lacka- 1
wanna 2s., Distillers 1 . Lake Sahore 1cc.
tlovernments- Steady.
letroleum--April closed 59it.
Closing Closing
U. . sre ......i6 New a YorkCentral.lTi1
U. . is coupon.....11 Oregon Imp..... 25'4
itU. . 2s rog.......tl Oregon Nar.....8. 814 tt
Yaciie Os..........l1 North American... til Co
Atchison .......... 119 Pacic Mril....... -19
Missouri Pcifle... 6 Ur Pn bhot ie. 28% i
American Eap.... 171 Pullman Palace... l88 I'
Canada pac ...... 9 ocksland....... 9 C
Canada south..... 1i0 St. tYl...t...... 78 ro
Central Pacific.... Sbfi St. Paul A Omaha 48!"
Burlington .......107 ft exas Pacific...s. 11l I
Lahorawannt.... 1.. t12 Uinion Parcitc..... 47%
U.n o i. i...... lcargo o xfreos ....t1 r e
Erie........... 311 U. S. Express..... 48
Kaenas&Texas .... lit4; Imeri. CottonOil. 5tt I
L'ille & Nash.... i Terminal.......... 14
Michigan Central. ll12i Leasd Trust........ 1 S
Missouri Pacific... 62 Urse'n hort Line. 281's L
Corthern Pacific.. r11 Il. C . Western.... 81~
N. P. pree ........ til6s . t. W.pref .:.. 75 Ct
Northwestersn .....10! I '.i. . late...... 79%
ierthwsettrnpref 14h0a IDitiler ......... 47r '
Money on oall easy: closed offered at 2; prime p
mercantile paper 40;: sterling exchange, firm;
t-day bilhs. s.85%W; demand.8Lt87iA.
Clt.CAt.L) c:h'rru
COtr'Aoo. starch l1.-Cattle--oee iote, t'.7,.l0
steody: choice steers. [email protected]; others, [email protected]
4.50; tocker,. $2.t5tt.0L5.
ierss--ea.a 1 ots ll00: active; higtter; rough,1
$5154. tt .71; good mixed, $4.86H 4,10: rimle heavy
and butchers' weights, $ 5.5l0l.h light. $4.85~ t7
5.00. s4
Shoop--Receipts 7,03: scliva: steady; ewes, be
iti$l.(5-4.9I0;c mixed. $T.COt5.510: wethter, [email protected]
8.00; cesterns. $5.1565.65; 1earlinge, $505.CO1.h0.
¢'I (t('A.O PROD[U(:I r
Ceveerso. Martth 1l.--Cl.Io--Wheat--Stendy;
cash. 8l0c: May. 687t.87tc.
Corn-Weak: cash. 29irtr: May. 41c. 14
Oats--FaEsy; cash. 2L9c; May. 0cr.
1 Pork--Steady; casht, $10.72i; May. l10.( .
Lard--Steady; cash, 56.30; May, ,110. 1
F houlders-84.75 5.50.
Short clear-$6.25.
I Bhort ribs-$5.75'85.77K,.
WANf wTED
Total Iseues of CITIES5
COUNTIES. SCHOOL
SDISTRICTS, WATER
COMPANIES, STR.R.COMPANIESoet.
Colresponydel1e solicited.
NC.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers,
1s 3165 Dearborn Street, CHICACO.
IS Wall Street, NEW YORK.
70 State St.. BOSTON.
I )lIOPOS.tLS - tEALED UIDS A RE IN
vilted f,,r Ithet sctenrsttrutcttnf u ,if:ttrtcott
shtasedtly ier, filhd wih rttltc, eig't fre·'t widle itt
1 I conter tald twenty fot lostg, with tOr'or tis ill
t;t-srtcght.en itchelttatrt,t tadet " rt ho rr,t trtcl
Iof clr-srnt bridge at thle crc.sting of the Letr
ttrn river; also a lifty fott evl a rl, with truss
Su olmrlt,. the* .,nme hight a th,' pr,,snt br:idg,,
sto htve tltt sanert surbrer rf tlringresirt andf f thet
smie st rIth a. now in ur t with a sqlar abut
Stent utrder wtstl rd sf star. tilled with s Ient:
-y uls 1to remove wihtstevt'r olstrtlctitttes lo'w etxiae
t. t. the free pa .agottf wtltcr. ciddters to t ublrit.
te lsls arid st.eoiti,,ations of t he work, te rIot:ly I
cru:evvitgl~e rieht It, tj tott't an r 5thl;,l i.'t
cc IivlII.d usti1rtetl I tta e. Iltteda, ast\trii,s'tt tol..
rd fly otrder of tht l ,oartl.
SJ H. '[TOOKEHl:t, ( h'rk.
re Ielens, Mot., Marchl 12, Ir.
OTICE OF HAI2E OF )N ,S.--NOICi I I
t fOrt eegsietten tsats)Urn.tsr to at, ll)t.tit,
' hh held sOr tthiit ssadlied stt ,e t tie ttilstrl I
5. ec rosr ditstrict Mr. It,, si .Ir.t:hsr rcounty. tlsrv- ,
se.tn tt illthr 2ilhi tfay tof t{ttrs,hr~r. 1tit, at whsich,
Sthationt the aljOrdlytf tire VoteS wrT ecast to
auttrrie etlt trtltetes of rcali setshtl dletric: ts I
bond tr, iddislrtel tt,r Sits, tst, ci five thisousatld
dtitlarsi r05,00rt), cthe tttl'rste st rf aini trsrh.)l dts
ri',will, tnltttr.r !llhetty of April, viol.2 sv lttoet~
b l ion aeaiol bhils t r lrs tr'rhl Ittttat at Ncilhart.
leagltrsrcounot, loutaat. to alsh AI..tiO wsrrth
t Of etss els raid osthto)l districit, s:io lslTrtl. t
,m for t10) IttN yur anti tsbs sHIItl ftOrtntl tos
thtll parS value d a terrs.t nos t, Ceceedl It
sevon ler cilt per atlsts.n itirtt.rttst Itu.al;Te eNti
I- annually. 'the tiorllstes o f asroretsarl siltct: t iu
d trie l reserv t.,s rigst to rdjct atsy ot all bids.
is.o J.M5o1. tAItrt t'IEItit.
I e ,c i oel 'I'r rts1os.
%. D). Gisstero. School Clerh. -
do j)ISSOLU;TI(lN NtiTIOE.- ''rlll 6 Urtl'HIt
I itr~ticslsseetsfsre stslrtisg ltetrwssn It.
ty Warnkcsn h nss ,l. J. fehmidi. slossi g b sitti tv - e
)r. I der tht firm tsemtt and ,-tyle .,f Wt,,ts f ,sts A
SBhrsmildt., is this lay slirrolvadi by nosattss, cotn
ntt, cert, Sr. I-hh,;irl retierlsrr. 'lise blleslrst,, wtllli
re- be coltinue' by I Iacrnkets. who aeataslo otllt
are inllteutnrero assd rolleeta all Itill diss Iflto tlae
sid ticsl.s.I.W~NIi
ei.--_........... .. ....J J. t;itHItIIt' -
ll." QrT~i*KII(,II,IERHS' MI,,ETI`N G . T I .1 AN.
sog l tLtl srr-t itg sifths, sto(khlstthlrru of lstsm Elk
a ., hsrn 'l'tatlts;s cr, tt assy will ]tst htld at th. lrhI.
nd ,,a ta at. ts l taslr. Illtrulttn, iMllsr! ,o; 'I'lttt-day .
i Mtarchltr'_e,rsr.,'t a thsr-eo'chttsk I.. tts. l'srt
ptpurltto of l elhctisr? a br,ssd of trssrtro, stLotsll i
red err fotr ti.5 O ttolltsg .'er.
iJ p 5, ii. AI..IN, Plrevideul.
iteJ.eP. l,¥OOt.N, Macl rittarY.
llelela, Miont., Marchl 9, 1."S~
AtVitlcwWIED I.iITT41$$ -
fLttento thetolluowtl d atigua tom tun
called fot at tlsiao(tlio
SITUATIONS W.ANTUD--FZMAXJ.
Ad ettlemen a under tlis eead thkme tntes
SilTUA'rION wNTUD-.BU" FR,. L A_.
dress .).ree, In care lr Cole,, city.
l T` rTION WtANTED-TO WORE 0
Sday or hour, w,.hln.g or general wor_
Addres Gi booth Clore streer.
ITUX.,?I :N WANT1ED-T\WO WOMB'SN WANT
Sork by the day or hour; weaaslng Jnoe.
Call at 404 West Maoin steet.
SITUATION WANT'ED--BY YOD.'G LADY
A o e two aears es0.re. es staatho .~i4
typewriter in desurabie oflcet reltmetoe tar.
nrishod. ,Address Blox .8.,
1IITUA 'ON WANT E-BI AN IEXPERI.
.lsenomstress who usaoa "Laries' Tailor
System;"' $2.0 per day. Ca ll 112 Soath Ben
ton avenue.
,.NTo'rD R WANT-AIID-- Y A WOMAN TO
Sd " cookin. washmi and iron. Call aM R .
Speucer street.
CITUATION WANTtD--'O DIO DINING
Srnom work or ohambor work. Address Mies
o. )., th's office.
tITU ATINON WANTED-AS NURSE TO
-olL d about two years old: good referoeoea;
good sewer. Address Miss e.. this ooffie.
O fh o 10 -d a
'ITUATION WANTED--'.O DO LIGHT
housework and laiu cooking in small fam
ily; no washing. Atdreso elena lI, tart office.'
1ITUATION WANTED--AS NURSE AND
Shousoke.parfor fo o;d, orippled and nick peo
ple bya yonug ladj' see-.kiug German end 1 ng
lish; best ot references furnished. Apply at io.
1t N riunth avenue.
57IUATION WANTED 'TO WORK IN HOTEL
kitchen. Address Miss F.. this office.
ITUA'I'ISPO. VAN'TE D--;ALE .
Adverlisements uurer this leatm three times
ClTUAIION WANTEDt-BY YOUNl MAN (IF
23; outdoor work preferro:; would lite to
go inuto country; writes scoud hand and familiar
with clerical work. Address B. C. this office.
X- ___, ,
IHIELP WVANTIED) FEMIALE.
WANTEDO-FOUR APPRElNTICES AT 1H.
STANTFI--A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
Shousework. Apply 5221 odney.
I)ANTIED--FERST-CLASS GIRL FOR GEN
oral hloosework; good. wagen and steady
employment; country, Address J. Ii. Whitmlre.
ttloasburg, Mont.
work at the State hotel, East lHelena.
,ATANTED-A NURSE GIRL BETWEEN 13
Sand 17 years old. Apply 11 South Rodney.
MELP WANTEID--SALE.
.ANTED-AN ALL ABOUND BLACK
smith to work by the yoear on ranch. Ad
dress Z. T. B,, this office, or call at 442 Harrison
IA)ANTED-A YOUNG UNMAR.3IED MAN
S -well acquainted with the city to drive 'de
livery wagon; musta write a good hand. Address
Elmuployer, care nludependent.
FOI IBENT--FURNISHED l6OOI .
JOH iENT-FU NISHED ROOMS AND
1 rooms for houo.eceping. lnquiro at No.
52 Sonth lodlnsy street.
1OR 01 IENT--VERY DESiRABL. FUR
1 nished room for one or two gentlemen,
withl use of bath, at 115 Beattie street, next to
corner or Filth avenue.
-l -K.TI--COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
1 rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block,
brand street. Next door-iotel Helena.
OK-h-ENT--THtEE FURNISHED ROOMS
F with or without board, No. 19 North Be ntoli
BOARD AND IOOK.) 0.FEII)ED.
i.Ol IENT--RlOOMS AND BOARD, 06i
F Warren street, corner Sixth ave.
O1. IRENT--lhOOht IN PIYATE.Ri YAIGLI
Swith or without board at 505 Ewing street.
FOlR RENT-DWEI.LLINGS.
FOR RENT-NO. 924 PEOSTA AVENUE, 7
rooms, water in kitchen, lot Ohx125, shed,
mall stable: $16,. including water. A2atleson &
Co., Denver block.
ROR REST--NO. 1028 BRIECKENRID(FE.
1' 4-room cottage, 9$10; 837 Twelfth avenue, tI
rooms. $15. lMatheson & Co., Denver block.
$ Ot RENT-FOlUR ItOOMS COMPLETELY
furnished for housekeeping. Apply 301
Eeattie street, corner Sixth avenue.
r-Ol- RENT-VERY DESIRABLE RESI
dence, nine rooms, on Rodney street near
Sixth avenue. Steele & Clements.
FO1 REENT-SIX-ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON
Eleventh avenue, $20 per month. StBreele &
Clements.
FOR RENT--SEVEN ROOMS 1N HOUSE, fi
S53 Breckenridge street: 3 rooms now occu
pied by roomers and will remain if desired. w
1"Ott RENT-BRICK HOUSE, EIGHT IN- -
1 uts' walk from postoffice, 7 rooms, bath
and wash rooms, hot and cold water in three
places, furnace; price $30. Inquire .at 'owles'
Cash Store.
LOB1 tlIFNT-UNIURNISHED ROOMS AND
apartmente of all kinds and in desirable
locations, at$4 to $10 per room. Call and exam.
ins our list. Wallace & T'hornborgh, Denver
building.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
FOt RENT-STORE ON MAIN STREE,
large and desirable; cheap rent. N. E. Cox,
Gold block.
L'Ol RENT-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM IN
Sopera house, Steele & Clements.
L1OR RBENT-FINE LARGE BASEMENT ON
J- Upper Main street. Steele & Clements.
OR RENT -UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN
- opera house. Steele & Clements.
FOR SALE-M1.ISCELLANEOUS.
F OR SALEK-LEASE AND FURNITUItE OF
e rooms in Holter block; good reasons for
selling. Apply Mrs. Lamibden, room t0,
TIOR SAItEA--FIIS I'-CLASS BRHBEIt SHOP,
I' bath rooms: also '1 rkish and litusian
iaths in connection; the only one in town do
ilg a good busineos: best location in town; will I
a31l all or half inteorest. Address A. A. brown,
Iireal. E'alls. Mont.
I Oll SALI'LU -- PEl'AI S ATA IABAa UAIN
Sat this office.
'Olt SALE -SCIIOLARSIHIP IN TIlE M0N
'tana Business College Call at this office.
fj'Ol- SALE-HllOlSE. HCU(.GY AND lAl
ne:s: price $75. Apply at 219 tHadney
street. corner Sixth avenue.
I i SALE-- ON I: lECI(KE BlRO. t'IANO
1 onei Lodroomn ret. oneo parlor al, two car
pict, four diumngroom chairs, two staove, ot.
No. 4 larrison avenue.
I'. I 5 I I,: l"SAiIillS l) M:IiCAN'I'Lc
Sbusiuess with a larg trade: will Irude for
iliprctoed real estale in lieloea. hteele & Clem
I Uh'- A l,AYl- j0L1) e WAlVAT(Il, II (VARID
UitI IelntOlel, gcold wired chalo, bmallll c(arm
with .tearlt. ,inewhiu.re bitwI.ee tihe Honi lo_
r tlslallrait andl tihe i clstoflcre. lHuitallo row.rd
i for its retiurli to Doll NI. Icick.
I OST-I A lAl)Y'lt GOLD WAT'CIf AT E-LEtC
I ri hall, on lriday ievUiIg. Fiider will
plmeac lfoie at thin oflire lud recieo huitable
cowartl
L.fOUI --A ('IIfSlHTIAN S('IfEN( 'E IIYMNAL
, m' cn ai )ri file ctie Vhit.e fla.no ('oak Hook,
UOWler c all ii 1, it It lla.I:(OI ntrroc.
OUNI) A (IC:('1 K I-011 A SbiALL
anti r can have ic ace by callin g
aL Wi. lcge. lglic c,crl:r Flircc l andel rial slrntct
1I IOl.:O) VA.,IAIL,; 110l;; (IWNit (AN
SIlave saLtl hýý irovligK irolmrly rnl |lyclci
f or I-s adc . hdrl,.s P. (arry, I'nintud lock
$ F.t'/NI) A ,NADY T 31 U1F. (CAL, AT
y Jaclcstls Moag ie Htoro.
m ] OlI-N i-,l)f-lUilI,A'l;uivliAIji,'InoWd
N 0N -' TrI 1.1AN.
1 ]i IONlY TIll IOAN -II. Il IAIfM f-l. 1,il1
S s il .. ilaUH n.
- ( r hO IuiAN IN -(It-I 'ItO SIl'. I,OWIA I 'l'd
.ot intires htcloh A ('lollceutl.
MOUNI:Y TO LOAN STEELt- A COIMI f'T.N .'
In Iolll. cor nil, low s'alu fl iltursti, ec
5Octiilon. 110 i aterest in ildvaOitic, 11e dofly.
FOR R91 14rA EaB. A..n. .
blook.
corne eat, G neynts ts ernete .
*OR SAL-BFAT COTTAGT ON ICKWH
roaveo ue, rooms olt water. eSar Ietb
Mathsroo int al. mdener block. _
tOI SAIE-DEBOIRALM BSIfItIP OR 0 -AT
I tie rashh of 800 arres on Big I.haok.t, " .48
mea north p tatie -
writt for Iall artilcnlrs. l e tI,
FolT-ROOM DWELo4Z4XIJW
.teo, moi dern; a1,00, east terimse. athe
on moe h (oe
or SAL :is IN IADBVWATER ADDI.
Stwoiear tonet in dlown, balat t per Dent Mt eon
t Co., Denver blook.
Olt SALE-I-INVE I.IHT-RAIOM BRICK
residenes on west side." only two blocks
from Main etreei ronts on to 'streets; very
cheap, Steele & Clemsntes
FORSALE-RNENT T P -ROTM BRICK
F0 s O1bon Spes SpeOer street, nea1 r RDod.ey, Oly
few minutes front poetoile, at great bargealn.
Steele & Cleoeatse,
Mdllar, water, pte, on lalegp t sleeti; $3,80,
42x88 9-room brlck, collar w ter, to.. o nw al
Sroom ram hse on Broadway. h. t. Fr.ron
ACo.
UOR ,SALI,--E tGANT RESIDENCE ON
' west side at a bargain;: ten rooms, furnace.
bath room and all modern fittings; good barn
and outbuildings. Wm. Moth, a ,t.
FTOR SALE-'WO tIX-IIOUM HOUSES ON
aJ west aide: easy terms; near new school
building, foundry and electrii lifLes. 'vm,
Mutb, agt.
TOR-SALE--FBIFTY FEET ON DELENA
avenue near foot e Rodney at threeo-fourths
actunal value. tSteale & Clements.
LON BALE--A FINE COIRNER ON NORTH
.Mrain street 100x121 fooeet, fronts on three
streets; will be sold at a great sacrifice. tteel &
Clements.
"iLORl SALE--A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON
I prominent avenue: has allmodern improve
ments and is in good condition: price very low
and terms to eult; a snap. W. Ei. Co, Gold
block.
1i OR SBAE-5-I HAVE SEVELRA NICE TROS
1 dene on the west side for sale at differ
ent prices and terms i artis wishine to buy a
home will do well to call and see what I can of
fer. Wm. Muoth, agt.
FOR SMAL-soIn0A Nr RESIDENCE ON
Madison avenue, west side, east front, lot
1251200 feet; easl beyer can secure a great bar
gain. Steele & Clements,.
FOR SALE--RENTAL PIROPERTY IN ORIG
I' ina townsite; will sell on easy terms, at a
great Sarritfice. improved property on' Btluff
street and on Pine street. Steele & Wlementas
FON SALE-$1,iH: $350 CABSI. BAILANCE
on long time, buys a new three-room honuse;
lot 50x125. Address box 777, city.
FOR SALE-C1HiOICE RESIDENCEO LOTS IN
Sauser addition at very low prices. Winm.
Muth, eat.
1OR SALt--LUGW -A (IIJIUtOl BUI)DING
lot facing on Broadwater hotel grounds
(castfront) Wm. Muth, alt
FOR SALE--NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE IN
F Broadwater additiou, only one block from
electric motor; sHali payment down, balance
installments. Steele & t'lements.
FPOH SALE--50x14 FELT' ON LYNDALE
avenue at a bargain, terms to uit. Steele d:
Clenments.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THIE INELST
ranches in Montana, 2,080 acres, every acre
canbs irrigated and have abondance of water,
fine range on every side, good market for every
thing produced, good imdrovements; will be sold
at a great bargain. W. I. Cox Gold block.
FOR SALU-LOTS AND ACREAGE AT KAL
ispell, the new railroad town in the Flat
head valley. Wm. Moth, agt.
FOR SALE-$1,800, 75x125 FEET. 4-ROOM
frame house, Broadwater motor line; $.500,
50&130 feet, 8-room frame house. 50 feet double
frontage on Benton and Park avenue, business
property: $15,000, 84x110 feet. 8-room frame hones
on Lawrence street: $5,000, iOZl40 feet, 9-room
brick house on Eleventh avenue. . S. French &
F-Sll.LE--$4,000. 40:x80 FEET, O-ROOM
Sbrick, bath, collar, etc., gas fixtures, double
frontage on two streets. 11 S. French & Co.
OR SALE-S$5,000O , 50l140 FEET. B-ROOM
frame house, a corner on Warren street,
$8,500, 75x150 feet, 8-room stone house on Madi
son avenue; $3,500, 40xll feet, 6-room frame
house, corner, on Chaucer street: $3,500, 40x11
feet, 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. L.
8. French & Co.
eOR SALE--S1,80. 2xll5, 4-iOOM 8 RAME
on Dakota avenue; $4,500, 50x84, 7-room
frame hamse, Blake street; $1,000, 42x88 feet.
8-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beatie; 1$3,500.
15x88 feet, 8-room brick on Beattie street E. S.
French A Co.
FOR ALE--S2.800L 50x140 FEET, 5-1iOOM
frame house on tighth avenue; $3,500, 50x140
feet, 1-room brick house on Eighth avenue;
4,000 42x10 feet, 5-room frame house on Broad
way; 4 200, 415x1000 feet, 5-room brick house.
corner, Broadway. E. . French A Co.
FOR SALE-W AB EROUSi LOTSI
liston. on . P. right of way. $100. satnC
son & Co.
ORSALE-CORNER LOT, 1O0xi50, on beae
residence street in the city; full view of
the east side and valley. Address bo 117, sity
postoffice.
OR SALE--AT A BARGAIN--50 FEET ON
SBroadway near Hoback; easy terms. Ad
dress postoffice box 2., Helena.
'Oi SALE-FOR $300 GOOD BUILDING
F lot U0150 on South end of Rodney street;
address box 777, city postotilce.
'OR SALE--$1.,5f, NEAT 4-BOOM DWELL
Sing on Eighth avenue, near turn of motor
line. with good lot; $200 down. $5' per month.
Matheson & Co., Denver block.
MIBC ULEL AANEU Ne.
WANTED---A IOUBE, UNFURNISHED. OF
about 7 rooms, modern improvements,. for
a steady, reliable tenant. Address, stating price,
which must be reasonable. P. U. Box 147.
W AItNIN--TiHE PUBLIC ALRE HEIIEIY
warned against giving credit to my wife
Hlattie leymer. I will not be roesponible for
any debts contracted by her. tieorge orymer.
WTANTEI)-HORSE; GOOD IOADUTEIIt;
Swe.l broke to drive single; seven or
eight years old. For particulate and descrip
tion address box 191, Fort Benton.
;\ ANTEI-ABOU'' ONE H UNDRED) COt1DM
iof wood per month, to be delivered on
cars on line of Northern Pacific railroad. Par
ties who will contract for the delivery of this
wood will pleaso address the undersigned, nam
ing price and shipping station. Theo United
Smelting & otefining Company, Elat Helena,
Mont.
I:ANTED---'I'O EXCHANGE BUILDING LOT
for good driving horse, brrggy and harness.
C. Ii. (Jaunt, horthern Pacilic henadqarters,
Heolena, Mont.
1)JANTED1-A tOLL-TOP DESK AT' A RIA
iontble price. inquire at ihe office of the
Montana Phonograph conmlpan. irandon block,
tarner tiixli aevnllo nilll Warren street.
lt 'I'RADEE-UNIM'tL)VIIV) PIOI'EIITY
Sto trade for equity in implroved. toelo
Cloente. _ _ _
j'O ' It...IiE- IlP110VED P'ROPE!ITY TO)
.L trade for unimlproved. Bteel & Clenocnte.
-WTAN'rElD- -'ILI OWNER OF A LATIRtE
VV body of low grade, free mi!liing gol ore
aants a capitaliet who will build a m11 oo the
Proeorty tor a half interest. Apply to Woe.
Mott. agt.
WANT'l1)--OAW HMt). AND LOCATION BY
mill maon where there oi gocl market, or
acceseable bodly of tiimber. Give full partiecu
tlre, 1H M. Itriges, alt Lake Uity, Utah.
If 11151 ('ENT (IUARcAN't';l) ON INVEST
ments inanournte from $5 it. Mlloney to
loan. For eLrticulara cell or addrose Mol)onaltl,
Aniinfg & McLeuod, ii and t Atlla block, elenalol
Mont.
~ 1AN'DI,-A CUS'I'OMEII FOIl ONE OF
the elinist reoidence sites on west side; price
low for rah. Wm. Muth.
. TnIIC---.A lBIYFIli FOR A PIECE OF
itdside property joust thle thIng for a row of
fate; close to Main street. Wmn. Moth.
W Nreat Falls for lloluna property.l Steled&
Clements. __ __
IIANTIED--A BIUYEIR IIt A PLATTII()
tret of thle toat re.ideonco e poprty on
weet side; price way·down; half CUll. balaIoe tu
otone year. Wll. Muth, agent.
IW ANT'it --,1' 1i4tILD) A^ SIX-RiOOMfi 1OUSE
Switlh fur;ace end bath roomt complete for
$2,000. Call eued see litsi we know they will
cult. Walla o &'horebnrgh. D)eonvor building.
V ' AhWT'E),ti -T 'IIADE A 1-1100. - 1-01S5
n cshl aide, hardwmood floor tnud finbh,
ebth, fulrleae, all lmoderln Ponyenleea, for un
e mprovled p roplrty, or will eelt equity for $5, ULU.
Steele &i Cmeeonta.
tot!._tontoff
s A. CUhrig, plaiptli, vs. Marr J, hbrli,
t of Mtanta sen'ds greotin to the
tOnr a Or h y e nie to appear i9 n a tion
aontie of T ti o¶swa n o w
ash abet A led th esid dw$tgdnt in o dp
re of t.le ( e :, r il` te
within forty, aa, or udg.lgent by. default will i
be ken )n o, according to the prayer of a
h aaid ceatipn ,s, brosugbtito oLtaln a decree
Siald nourt diheolving th(i bont s at matrnl ony
existing between the posititf and defendant, on
thle ground that on or about the month ot No.
vembet, A, D. 188L , the saiddsfendant disregard.
n¶the Rol mnits of her marrla.ge vows will
to lyad wihou ne dsseted anid abanoned
the: plalintiff, .nd over sipl. h, annd util con
tln so to willlly t ' wlthout ause eert
and abandon laid plaintiff and t'il ve aspirate
and apirt from im rwithot hent ayei oent ause
and reason, and algainst his will and without his
cousent. ail of which apptare more fully in the
complaint on ie herein, to wlich spoale refer
ence is hereby made. u
And yea are heeby notified that it yoe fall to
appear and answer the. aid eo., laintas above
required, the said plaintiff wilt apply to the
court for th relief demanded it thy oomtplaint,
Given under my hand and the seal of the dt.
trict court of the First judicial district of, the
state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke, this Ilth day of Pobruar, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
ninety-two.
(asLt. I JOHN BIAN, (lerk.
lBy H. I. Toyi,.coN, Depup Clork,
iE, L. Klowilr , Attorney for Plaintif.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THI FIRST
judicial district, state of Mbontana and Lewis
and Clarke county.
In the atter of thestate and ulardlisnship
of Wiliuna D. Whttehul, Msy It, Whitehtsad
cnd Johnlm C. Whitehead, minor heirs of J. C.
Whitehead, deoreased.
it appenring to tlir court fram the petition
thi day preeonted and filed by ,teannette Whitoe
berd toi uardin of the persons and estates of
William D. Whitehead, May E. Whitehead ani
John C. Whiteherd, minors, praying for an or
der of sale of crtai real s estate helonglng to
her said wards, thatit is nacospary and would
be beneficial to said wards that such realcs tate
shounld be sold.
It is hereby ordered that the next of kin oa the
said wards, and all prsons interested in the
said estate, appear before this couart on Tuesday.
the fifth day of April, A. D. 1812, at l0 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day ht the court room of
this court, at the court touse in the city of Hll
ens, county of Lewis and :larke, state of Mon
tana. then and there to show cause why an order
should not ie granted for the sale of such estate;
end it is further ordered, that acopy of this or
der be published at least four euccessive weeks
before the said day of hearing in the Daily lIde
peideut, a newspaper printed and published in
the said city of helena, county of Lewis and
Clarke. state of Montana.
ItIOiACE B. BUCK, Judge.
Dated MEarch 4, 1892.
A. C. Botkin anti Thee. Shed, attorneys for
petitioner.
SUMMONS.--IN THE DISTRICT COUR'T OF
the Firat judicial district of the stelate of
Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke.
Anna Loewe, plaintiff, vs. IHenry Loewe, de
fendant.
The state 6t Montana sends greeting to the
above named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above nametd plaintiff
in the district court tof the 'irst 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 the service of this sum
tmonas, if served within this county: or. if served
out of this county, but in thisdistrict, Within
twenty days. otherwise within forty days. or
judgment by default will bh taken against you
according to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree of
this court dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing betweensa said plaintiff and defend
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.
Ptlaintiff alleges in said complaint, as grounds
for such divorce, that on the 18th day of Decem
her. A..1D. one thousand eight hundred and
eighty-nine, (11889) the defendant willfully and
without cane. deserted and abandoned the plain
tiff and absented himself from plaintiff against
her will and without her consent, cad departed
from the state of IMontana, and still continues to
live separate and apart from her.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and anweer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in her complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the dis-.
trict court of the Firat judicial district of toe
state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke. this 8th day of February, in the
year of oar Lord one thousand eight hundredl
and ninety-two.
LoaIn.] JOHN BEAN,
Clerk of District Court.
C. W. Fauetlonu, Attorney for Plaintiff.I
A "IAS UMtMONS-flu THE DISTRICT
court of the First jsdtotaldistriet of the state
of Moutana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke.
Robert C. Scott, plaintiff, va Margaret Scott,
defendant.
The state of Mo tana sends greeting to the
above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against yon by the above-named plain- i
tiffin 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 (exclu- I
sive of the day of service) after the service on
yo of this summons if served within this count;
or, if served out of this county, but within this
district, within twenty days; otllerwise within
forr.y days, or judgment by default will be taken
against you, according to the prayer of said com
plaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
dissolving the boncs of matrimony now
existing between said plaintiff and defend
ant, on the grounds of adultery by said defend
ant with one James Alen, at the house of said
defendant in the city of Calgary, district of Al
berte dominion of Canada, and on the further
ground that since their said marriage the said de
fendant has treated plaintiff in a cruel and in
human manner. all of which more fully appears
in the complaint on file in said above entitled
court.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said complaint.
Given under my hand and tihe sealof the district
court of the First judicial district of the state of
Montana. in and for the county of lowis and
Clarke. this 6th day of February, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety
tw egAL.J JOHN BEAN, Clerk.
W. N, Y)-nrcwun,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO.
-THE
NORTHWESTERN LINE,
(C., ST. P., M. & O. RY.)
This is the only line making connection at St.
Paul with the tireat Northern Railway every day
in tie week fur Chicago. Through time is so
follows:
Leave Butte, via Greet Northern...... 7:30 a mi
Leave Hecena, via iGreact Northern..... 11:10 a mn
Leave Great Malls, via Great Northern 2:55 p m
Arrive at inot. ................ 10:0 a m
Arrive at errand Forks................. .0 ti
Arrive at it. Panl..................... 6:55 a as
Leave Butte, via Northern Pacific..... 7:00 p m
Leave Helenas. via Northern Pacific.... 7:15 p iI
Leave Bozoman. iti Northern a'scific 11:40 ip I
Arrive at lit. Pa.lt ...................... h 5:50 p u
Via "The Northwestern Line":
Leavs St. Paul ................ 7'1:50 a m 11:50 p m
Arrive at Milwaukee......... 7:55 p m 7:21 a m
arrive at Chicago............ 0:30 p i 0:tO a m
Secure your tickets over "The Northwestern
Line." Itis the short line both in time anw
distance to Chicago.
T. W.'rEASDALF.,
General Passengeor ALgent. St. Paul.
J. I. SMITIH,
Freight and Tralsfr Line
! I ClENA, MBI l N'AN,
All kinds of mercuhanrdise and other freight.s,
includling ores, promtly trainferred from the
dep, rdr will receivrs L:rmlt atlenlioe,
Ofce at J, Feldl trc's Store anit at the di :et.
Is voli neeailiualltyeta uare
thebret ji, ,.e ....... , .rr:iite,
K toews t asy oluaste. Sold ti all lead.
sIgde.e rls. utliully {llustrytal de.
SLYON & HEALY. OHIOAI .
.'+'. ctýlrfe! Fa~ T ai dink dýtrilt of+ thh.
. of at nttý, it and to that [email protected] o
anld Cpke,
b 4 eOO -4eL msta. Pi515ft, !e. AtdeW M1,Pat.
V1e 10 e1wrtluw sterrn toO aInd lvetet#et
o o altn. f srp.(. 1, Qr ftI,
oo Inte do sonG.
Fils ae t .m ds greotipg to the
Nbotve nao.e dee oounty o
on ar ho~l traý rllpd t apper isan ýapqti
roug A t thtgaarraalt
iu theatrie a art ow Lit o, h tal dlita rlof
fle. tasret, ' ta o' xelnive of the
dy ryi att r r nyutt otin a'of if
summons, 1fit rgd tin t o ~~~thi Pt~i4
at of t county bt dltlo
withn twnty etherwe~t i I forty .daye,
lo .f wl e d, Rutrt .ou
a h toe prsari sad roseola a mort
gage eapouted Pby' fsnnt Andreew N. Pat
tll to ate.e It. Ulmt on the 1th day of
June liu n te f lg owh escieodt real es
tate situate to the of Lors an d Clarke
and state of Montana, to wti: The northeast
quarter ofe northeast quarter, the north half of
southeast quarter of northeast quarte t. the west
half of northeast quarter and south half of
northweet quarter of section 8, aud north half
of arthwest quarter and northwest quarter of
northeast quarter of section It, ail'in townsltip 10
north rangs 8 wbst, except V acres taken off the
west end ol north halt of southeast quarter of
northeast quarter of said tiooton 8, atd for tih
reovery of a judgment .t 50t0 as an attorney's
tee tuo.foreoloure proceedings and for otots.
The om laint all.eas tnet. other hdl.. that
eo th e aith day of June, 1890, said Patton exen
uate to said tllmoer three promissory notes,
one for the sum of $OliLO, daue and payahbl one.
year after date and bearing interese at the rate of
ei ht per oentunm per annum, one for the set of
$10,000, due and Mayab a two years after date,
with interest at the rate of eightper tentum per
aumstn, and a third ft r $10,00t due and payadle
three years after date and hearing interest at thea
rate oef eigaht per oentonm per annum and that to
secure tie payment of said notes said morngaag
was executed, And that earh and every of said
notes was an ins'allment of the prlnotOpal eun
of' SlI100 owlag by said Patton to said ilmor.
T'hat said mot zage was recorded in the office of
the recorder of Lewis and Clarke couonty on the
80th day of July, 1890, in book 8 of mortgage!
on page 21. That on the 14th day of Jannary,
1890, said Gilmour assigned said notes and mort
gage to this plaintiff for value, That said lirst noteo.
for the sumn of $9,100 and interest is tIue and
unpaid, except the following sums, $025 paid
Aug. 24, 189IL. $625 paid Sept. , I18t1. $82 paid)
Bept. 24. 1891, 4i88.61 paid Out. 9, 1891, 158,0
padd Oct 15 1891, and $70 paid Nlov 1, 891
'ttat on tith day of June 1690I , James . Gi
monr and wife executes a deed conveying to
said defendant Patton the abov desacribed prom
eises for the consideration of $51.500. that at tha.
time there existed two mortgage liens thereonl
one for the sum of $4,000 execunted by said Gile
moor and wire to David H. GiJmour, dated Nov.
$O, 1888, and due and payable live ers afteod
date, and bearing interest at the rat.i
of six per osnitum per annum pays
able annually, and one executed by
said Qilmour and wife to the Jarvis-Conklli
Mortgage Trust company for the sum of $5,000,
dated Feb. 1. 189J, and due and payable five
years after date. with interest at the rate of Nix
per centnm per, annum payable semi-annually.
which two saod mortgages said Fatton agreed
to assume and pay, as part or said sum of $51,
500, the purchase price of caid premises. That
said P'atton has failed and refused to pay the
interest dune and in arrear on said two mortgages
amounting to $240 on the first mentioned and
$177 on the second, and that the holders of said
mortgaqes are about to foreclose the same.
That said property cannot be sold in portions
without injury to tihe parties. T'hat the defend
ant Northwestern Land and Investment com
pany and ti. W. E. Grifliti, trustee, have or claim
to lave some interest in the premises ascruing
since said mortgage, and titat time sum of $2,500
is a reasonable attorney's fee for the foreclosure
proceedinge. The plaintiff demands judgment
for foreclosure. That the mortgaged premises
be sold and thie proceeds applied to the paymenaut
of the costs and expenses of this action, includ.
Ltug $2500 for attorney's fee, and tthe amount
owing on the three notes and mortgage, with in
terest on said otes up to the time of payment
and that the defendant Patton may he adjudged
to pay may deficiency.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer tie said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief in said complaint demanded.
Given under my hand and the seal of the dis.
trictcourt of the First judicial ditrict of the
state of Montana,. in and for the county of Lewis
and (, lara, this L22d day of January, in the
year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred
and ninety-two.
[fealU JOHN BEAN. Clerk.
By H. R.,'tHoeMsoN, Deputy Clerk.
CRrTonEn & GARLAND.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
UMMTONS.-IN THE DISTRICT COURT ON
the First judicial district of the state of
Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke.
Second National Bank of Helena, Montana.
plaintiff, vs. James W. Conley, Catherine Con
ley, George F. Weolston and Mary L Woolston.
defendants.
The state of Mentana sends greeting to the
above named defendants:
You are hereby required to appear in an actloM
brooght against you by the above named plain
tiff in thedistriot coourt of the First judieial dia.
triet of the state of Montana, in and for the
county of Lewis and Clarmu, anmn to answer the
amended complaint filed 'therein, within too\
days (exclusive of the day of service) after the
service on you of this summons, if served within
this count); or. if 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
defendant. James, W. Conley. for the sum of
$2818 4. with interest thereon at the rate of 1Q
per cent per annum from the 24th day of April,
1888, upon two certain promissory notes which
were made, executed anli delivered by the de
fendant, James W. Conley, to one Chas. Gab.
itch fr the sum of $110.17, each dated at Hiel.
ena. Montana, April 24, 1888, and bearing inter.
eat at the rate of 18 per cent per annum; one of
which said notes is payable eighteen months
from the date thereof, and the other twelve
months from the date thereof. which said noteq
were subsequently assignfd, transferred overr
and' delivered to this plantiff who is now the
legal owner and holder of the samer also to ro
cover a judgmeont in favor of the plaintiff and
against the defendants foreclosing a certaiq
mortgage dated the 24th day of April, 1888, madei
executed and delivered by dames W. Conlee r
and Catherine Conley to (1tu. Gabisch, to se
lure the payment of the said two notes o
$11k.67 each, which said mortgage was recorded
in the nes of the county clerk and recorder o
Lewis and Llarke county, Montana, April 284
1888, in book 8 of mortgages, page 1i. For thi
description of property in mortgage reference iy
made to the complaint in said action.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answrr the said complaint, as abov
required, the said plaintiff will enter your default,
take judgment against Jamee W. Conley for the
eum of $222.84. with interestat 10 per cent per
annum, from April 24, 1888, and for costs ol
stilt. And will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the die.
trict court of the 1 irst judicial district of tie
state of Montana, in and for the cqunt of Lewis
and Clarke. this slst day of December, in the
I rear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and ninety-one.
LSaI. JOHN IIEAN, Clerk.
By H. B. THonrPSoN, Deputy Clerk.
)iO5NELt, & CLAYtBEItO,
Plaintiff's Atterneys.
BIDS WANTED--FO THE CONSTUCTION
and completion of the Montana ntate build.
ug at the World's Columbian exposition, Chi.
cage, ill.
lPlans,. specifications and details can be seen at
the following places:
Office of secretary, Itelona, Vent.
Galbraith & Fulllr, Missoula, Mont.
Galbraith & Fuller. Livingston. Mont.
Bioilders' exchange. Chicago. Ill.
All hide must be accompanied by a certified
check for $2.100.
''th board of World's fair managers rosorve
the right to reject any and all bids.
A11 bidse must he filed in the oftlicb of the see,
retary on or bIefore 12 o'clock noon of Friday,
April, 29, 1832.
JAB. . IlAMSBAY Seretary
1ooms I and "35, Montana National danku
Building. Iteolena, M,nt.
UALt3tAITi & FULlEEt
Supirintendent Architects.
JOIHN A. SCHNEIPJR,
'REGO
PAINTER.
Public Buildings, Churches and
Dwellings decorated in the Latest
Style. Tinting, Kalsomining, etc.
P. O, ]12ox 735s IELENA.
SCIVIL AND MINING
ENGINEERS.
ROOMS 24, 28,
Mserchants Ntstional
Bne]r lolidiueg,
S oolna, - Montana,

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