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BAHAMA SHARK FISHINGl
No One Down There Ever Misses 'a Chance to Kill a Man Eater. Methods Employed to Catch Them in the Sea and From the Pier. Very Great Joy of the Natives Over the Death of One of the Natnral SEnemies. (Written for Ties HELaNA INnrEPENi*NT.1 E NEVEIR LET AN OPPORTU W nity pass to killa shark. No one ever does. The waters were full of them. iEvery now and then somebody would be killed by a man-eater quite frequently enough to give a ferce zest to the sport. There wero two or those ways of oatobing the terrible oreatures. We would tie a rope fifteen or twenty feet long around a small barrel tfat had been well plugged up and made water tight; to the and of the rope we fastened a short chain, to which was welded a large steel hook, baited with dried fdsh-salted hake we found the best. Several of these contrivances would be made ready. Then, loading them aboard the yacht, we would start for the noted shark ground jaust out side the bar, always accompanied by the good wishes of all the boatmen and loung ers on the dock. As soon as we were fairly under way the excited anticipation of revenge on a relent lees and natural aesmv easily broke through the arquired solenmnity affected by the crew of the boat (they considered themselves far asuperior to the rest of the blacks, as our yacht was the fasbest in the harbor). and they would chatter, dance and sing. Every few minutea one of them would come run ning aft, his bare fsa slopping the deck like band-clasping, and excitedly relate some bad deed of seame noted shark, and prophey that we woald certainly catch him this time! Then in five minutesthere would bealmost a fht forward as. to how the shark was to be divided. where he was to be exhibited, how many people would come to see him, etc.. until I would have to go to still the disturbance, and suggest that the settlement of all these questions had better be left until we had caught the shark; this would instantly restoro good nature. On arrival at the grounds the casks and lines would be thrown overboard a hundred yards apart. Then he would cruise around and await developments. If we were for tunate one of the barrels would presently begin to bob around at a great rate: some times disappearing under the water and re appearing at a distance, the barrel being too buoyant for the shark to keen it under. Then the chase! Backward and forward, in circles and winding lines, we would pur sue the elusive cask until suscess crowned our efforts and we could drag our fish alongside. Sometimes little, sometimes big, but any shark was always welcome on deck. Evenings we fished for them off the gov ernment wharf; but then the method was different. An inch line. over 300 feet long, the same kind of hook and chain as we used on the yacht and baited iii the same manner; but now we tied one end of the rope around the flagstaf., and throwing the well-baited hook a few yards away into the midale of a patch of moonlit sand in four or five feet of water, we would coil the re mainder of the line so that it could ron freely, and then make ourselves comforta ble. We never waited long. That was a very favorite place with the sharks, and we always had good sport. Soon a dark object would glide silently as a shadow across the moonlit spot of sand; then it would check its noiseless movement, then, after a' moment's hesita tion, approach the bait. Of course we all sat still as statues. Slowly the thing would move of, and the rasping of the rope over the string piece of the wharf would tell us that it had the hook in its maw; then-not till then-we would jump for the rope and, grasping it. ran a few steps in the , other direction. I say a "few steps," for gener ally 'the rope would be torn out of our hands as the shark felt the hook and threw himself out of water in an effort to get rid of it. For a few moments the water would be cut into fdam as the taut line would be drawn whizzing through it. As soon as we thought the shark was tired we would take hold of the line and try to draw him up to the little beach alongside of the wharf. Then the procession commenced. First we would pull the shark up close to the shore and think we had him, but just as often he would haul us to the water's edge, and we had to let go in a hurry to avoid a ducking. Sooner or later, however, we would get him to the shallow 'water. Then he would splash and fight. In a few minutes we would get him up on the sand. Then a shot through the backbone where the head joins the body would settle him. The largest shark we caught was thirteen feet long-plenty big enough to have on the end of a line. I assure you. One day we were sailing among the "out islands," when we noticed a small spong int sloop in distress. We ran down to her and found that one of her crew had fallen overboard, and that as he took hold of the .nnwale to pull himself aboard a shark had made a dash at him and bitten one of his lege clean off: the man had died in a few minutes. Next day that shark was on exhi bition, having been caught by the coo rades of the dead sailor; it measured over sixteen feet in length. None of the white people would go in swimmini, unless in protected places. But the negroes daily followed their avocations of sponging and gathering sea curiosities work that required them to be constantly under water-without any apparent fear, although ther well knew the danger. T'he negroes hunt the shark inveterately, and take such revenge as they can-that is, they eat him when other food is scarce, and use his skin as a substitute for files. At their work they keep a sharp lookout for his three-coru nered dorsal fin that, shorw ing above the surface of the water, gives timely notice of his approach, and they generally manace to get out of the way of the great, murderous mouth, with its three rows of cnluel teeth, Ie:tTr. L. V. IirtRMOweT. CopyrigLht. ELOPED IN THE hO(NEYM1OON. A Steerage Passenger Robs Jacob Klein of His ;5ride. Jacob Klein, a young and wealthy Ger man, who arrived in lloboken, N. J., last week, on the steamer Amisterdam, from England, accompanied by his pretty bride, whom he had wedded two weeks ago, com plained to Justico Seymour of ltoboken that his wife had disappeared in company of a young EInglishman, whom she had met on board, leaving le- husband itl h searcely mnonw, enough to pulchase his dinl ner. I [e said his wife's maiden name was Do a Black, her nafe 20 years, and that she came from a wealthv English family. They cames to this vountry to spend their honey moon. They were cabin passengers, but on the way over Mrs. Klein made the acquaintance of John Greenfield, who was in the steerage. She spent so much time in Greenfield's company that Klein complained to the captain, and Greenfield was told that his conduct was causing unpleasant comment among the passengers. When the vessel arrived in port i(lein.went to look after hie baggage and while thus employed Mrs. Klein and Greenfield hurried down the gang plunk, and boarded the transport boat, which took them to Ellis island. In order to be with him, Mrs. Klein has secured a pass from a steerage passeuger in exchange for her first cabin pase. Klein was instructed to consult the New York authorities. He said he did not care for his wife, but wanted to recover $8,000 which he had given to her in Liverpool for eafe keeping..-New York Roeorder TWO GREAT BRIDGES. The Giant Struetntres Over the Cat Untsa and Two Mtedletae KAL.SPxt,, March 18.- [Speelal.) Among the most attractive and most im presaive eights along the Pacific extensioi of the Great Northern through Montan, are the great bridges, the most noted o: which are those at Two Medicine and thi Cut Bank. When one known that they an perfectly safe, and that the weight of thi heaviest train is not the slightest tax upor their strength, he can admire thim withoul a feeling of timidity. It is human nature to centemplate the most awful things that could posaibly happen, and in viewing thess structures there is plenty of scope for the wildest flights of iaginlation. The bridge crossing the Cut Bank is the longest by 401 feet, but the one across the Two Medicine is higher by seventy feet. But few people realize the amount of material that enters into the construction of suclh immenlse bridges. The But Bank river is crossed at a point 126 miles west of PIacifl Junction. Tke river derives its name from the nature of its banks, which rise almost perpendicn larly on either side. The stream is not so very large, but there is every indication that an ianm6nes. body of water ones flowed between threse banks. Every efforts of the encineers to evade crossing this river was unavailing and it was only a quostion as to which was the beet pines to cross. When the bridge builders entered upon their work a chasm 1240 feet wide and 140 feet eete confronted them. The job was commenced January 20, 1891. The atructure is of wood and iron, there being 1,010,000 feet of lumber and 49.900 pounds of wrought iron and 23.410 pounds of cast it o, in addition to tons of truss rodes and other material, the figures for which are Sot given. Sixty-two bents form the up right supports of the bridge. The long truss span directly over the stream is 1-3 eact in length. This is supported by three packed post bents bolted and sway braced, forming an immense tower. 'The towers esat on timber cribs 12x70, built on bed rock and filled with looserook. From the top of the crib to the top of gradea l134 feet, while the track is 140 feet above the surface of the water. There are five truss spans on the east side and four on the west, which are forty feet long. Others are twenty and sixteen. IBarrels of water are placed every eighty feet. The bridge is on a tangent and on an up grade of 0.95 per cent. Track was aid across the bridge and the first train allowed to pase over April 24, 1892. Fifty miles further west, or about twelve miles enst of the summit of the Rocky mountains, the line crosses the awful abyss formed by the Two Medicine river. The track lies alou. the 'bank of the river for some little distance before the crossing is ,made, as if to avoid it as lone as possible, and you have ample time to calculate the distanoc you would travel, and the time it would take if fate ordained that you should be precipitated to the depths below. All at once the track makes a turn and you are in mid air with a stream of water 212 feet below you. There need not be the slight est apprehension, however, as to your safety, as the bridge is made to bear a weight six times as great as that of a string of locomotives reaching from one end of the bridge to the other, a weight never reached by the heaviest train. The Two Medicine bridge was commenced June 25, 1891, and the first train crossed it August 13. 1891. 'The bridge is constructed on much the same plan as the Cut Bank structure. It is nearly 800 feet from bank to bank, and the highest point is 214 feet. The total amount of tim ber used was 816,800 feet, while the weight of iron is CO,300 pounds, exclusive of several tons of truss roads. The span over the river is 120 feet long, and the other spins are twenty and sixteen feet in length. The long span is supported by towers con structed like those in the Cut bank. Two Medicine bridge in on a tangent and on and up grade of one per cent. There are two other bridges between the summit and Kalispell, but they pale into insignificance when compared with the two just described. The first is the crossing of the fork of the Flathead river, 150 feet high, and the other is the second crossing of the Flathead, and is800 feet long and 140 feet high. Within a short time these bridges and trestles will be replaced with steel. This new line of the Great Northern pre sents many interesting objects to the trav eler. HE LEFT GREAT FALLS. A Runaway lBoy Who Thought Helena Was Good Enough for Him. A boy about fifteen years old went to the Leader office at Great Falls last week and asked for employment, stating that he had worked in other newspaper offices in Mon tana. While there were no vacancies there, the boy seemed a bright boy; he was given a temporary position until he could procure other work. On questioning the boy he stated that his mother lived in Helena and gave her address. Friday afternoon Marshal Sims and Marshal Treat went to the office in search of the boy, who was declared to be a runaway. The boy, it seems, had left his home with the design of seeking his for tune in fairer fields than those to be found in Last Chance gulch, according to the Leader. Saturday morning he concluded he would return with the officer, and called at the Leader offico to make settlement, which was speedily done, and he loft town a wiser if not a happier boy. CARD FROM 3IR, LAWRENCE Concerning the Death of HIs Child at Riminl. To TlE I-NDEPEN)ENT-r: 1 wish to state a few facts in justice to Mrs. Lawrence and myself concerning the death of bur child at iimini. I was away looking for em ployment at the time, but before I went away I left plenty of provisions in the house, everything but fresh meat, and plenty of feed for the horses. Mrs, Law rence wired me twice concerning the death of our child. I received the second telegram but not the first. The men who are respon sible for the injustice to Mrs." Lawrence must come to the front and settle for dam ages or be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. 1 am at home and mean business. CrAIltr.;s A. L.wAwuN'E. Helena, March lil, 189!2. Work of an lrcenudiary. . New Binrron, ind., March 13.-Firo here this morning destroyed eleven business blocks, comprising half of the public square and three adjoining residences. Only three of the buh lrings were insured and they lightly. The lire was evidnluty the work of an incendiary. Loss, ,So,0tu0; insurance, $:,000, Soceltles WVashing to (live Dalnces can have te 'the Turner hall at a very low cprie. El'lqi:e by I. 'l'onu or IHenry I Batz. I)IIUPO8XLMS SitlALjEl, 111D4 Al X IN viit!r f,,r Ili,+ "uri'I raw I orr of I L a liaprial 'rhnlIftd rier, 'Illd 'Wi fr h. ailt. foot witl,' i r!' 111 .. til I· id we a I d r, , - inI, ift liitl.1:o I rdg.i. ti- ri'O-lag ifIiI. (or-h Irar rncrr: d-.,, a fifty fiot halar, with Iinv I artorri i- t sor ira I'igli a Iti. pror bI rk i lt Lo hvtvin lairh.+ iiiiriofotlr v ofI ofrir garha rdrof I,, tamr' igt i nr lHi linow in na 0, willih aoI iaiialutII iiit tk'"r wwiieni-dif ilra, ftuledt with, fiots,: 0- t ri-rriv:- iral i-air olatrn iorI a ii".ei'st 1, thn- fr-i-" Iia-rage if wales, liiidro 5 Lairhiotl ani l awl atasifiatioiia the wirk, hi- r woaky rr-orviiig llg. Il-lit t rcjeo'l. ot oir all htri hulIa ht. iiproi, atd tli t iti uiirii-igiii, iab~ ii-e coive until 0 a. ,iIa. Iueuday, April 12, II y i rdi-r of he lI'oard. ' J . ii. '1(K11 F", I lerk. IItwh-a, 'doal., Marshr 12, Ictiti ot-r-lil I;, hoitfari arilviag Irlwisa Ili, tia i or_-igau-l, rlaing ai.- as-, t u or ltar firirixi-nae iid rarirrIf I. l,. BoutytlnIi , in flin- clay dia t triiig. 'I Ill- hniiiiaoh trill ho raontinued byp Jacobt I 'ait at thealol itanil, JOHIN I,. KO(ONTZ. ----i- JA((JII Ilt-lI', "_ March Pr'2, at Ihrr-o or'iii-k p. ii. r~ t purproir-iaf ofralirig a boardl orift riral6an oat it cosr for flie onaouig prear. J.~ p P. t Woo t-r,~rotiary. Lttstot lt. loRaIaM ausms tsmaius in called for at thlls owai "HM . "A.0 *A. l. " 'e... "l "V "Douglas !o" 81TUATIONS YWANTIOI)-FUKAL~%. og rstlsmieuts under this h.ad threlm SITUATION WANlTD-l-3.T F'S TROT"A nurse iot fraid of coutaugoiss lisoae,. Ad dress rsuors. In pare Dr Cole, uty. ITUTION WAN'P)D--TO WORK WY 'r"sIlh day or hour. wabing or gesaral housework. Addreas lo2 m.outh Clore street. lTU.ATI)N WANTED--TWO WOMEN pWNT Swork by the day or hour; washlng d one Call at Ati. \Vest Main street · S1TITATION WANTIED--BY YOUNR LADY Sof two y'ars' exporienoe *s stenographer and ypevrriter in desirable ollipe rotorenea fur. olhod. Address lBox .I . SITUATION WYANTD-UBY AN EXPERI Senocl soitintress who uses "'ladies' Tailor Bystenm;" $.,50 pta dty. U Cll 11: Sooth ien Lon aronue. I.UA'IrION WANTED--W A WOMAN TO do cooking, washing and iron., Qall at 213 bpe cer stroeet. SITUATION WANTEID-TO DO DINING room work or chamber work. Address Minr A. )., this office. SITUATION WANTED--AS NURI ll TO Sohild about two years old: good , refterenooe ood sewer. Address Miss 1., thia offiue. Li'1'UATION WANTED-TO DO LIGHT lhonasework and plain cooking in small farm ily; no washing. Addresa lielena 15. toil office. SITUATION WAN'I'El)-AS NUIRSI AND housoke:.p)r for oad, orippled and slok peo ile by a young lady sponkigE GIrmIan end I ng islh; bet etf references furnishel. Apply at .o. ,9 Ninth avenue. 5KITUAT' ONS WANTED-MAd.E. Advertisements under this head thre. times I9TUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT bookkeeper to keep a set of books eveningo r to do copying. Aduress C. N. i., this office. HTITLP VANTEI P FEMALE. lTANI'ED-A GIRL 0 )DO GENERAL X V housework. Apply 522 liodney. WANTEI)--IIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR GEN eral housework; good wages and steady employment; country, Address J. . Whitmire.o .mloseburg, Mont. ANTED--GI~L FOR GENERAL HOUSE work at the State hotel, East Ielena. .ANTED-A NURSE GIRL BETWEEN 13 and 17 years old. Apply 19 South Rodney. HEJELP WVANTED-E-IALE. VANT:ED--AN ALL AROUND BLACK smith to work by he year on rntlch. Ad dress r. T. 1T,, this otiic, or call at 412 Harrison avenue. SANTED--A YOUNG UNMARRIED MAN S well acquainted with the city to drive de livery wagon; must write a good hand. Address Employer, care Independent. FOR RENT-FU RNISIAED ROOMS. ORK RENT--FURNISHED ROOM WITH Ail ithout board at b808 Broadway. OP. I NENT--FU NISHED ROOMS AND rooms for housekeeping. Inquire at No. 52 South Rodney street. ' F'OR IREN:T--VERY DESIRABLE FUR ' nished room for one or two gentlemen, with use of bath, at 115 Beattie street, next to corner of Fifth avenue. I.Ol1 RENT-COMFORDTABLY FURNISHED d' rooms at reasonal rates. Ilarvey block. Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena. T'OR RENT-THIREE FURNISHEDI ROOMS 1 with or without board. No. 19 North Benton BOARD ANTD .)OO OFFERED. OR RENT--ROOMS AND BOARD, 00 F Warren street, corner Sixth ave. FOtR RiENT'-ROOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY with or without board at .505 Ewing street. FOR RENT-I)DWVELLINGS. FOR RENT-NO. 924 PEOSTA AVENVE, 7 rooms. water in kitchen, lot o65xo2, shod. small stable; $16, includine wat r. Mathesn & Co., Denver block. 1GOR RIENT-NO. j028 3RECKENRtII)GE. 1 4-room cottage, $10; 837 Twelfth avenue, o I rooms. $15. hlatheson & Co., Denver block. 'ORl RENT-FOUR ROOMS COMPLETELY Sfurnished for housekeeping. Apply i01 'eattie street, corner Sixth avenue. FOIl OiENT--VERY DESIRABLE RESi Sdence, nine rooms, orn Rodney street near Bixth avenue. Steele & Clements. FOR RENT-SIX-ROOMI FRAME HOUSE ON SEleventh avenue, i$20 per month. Steele & Clements. FOR RENT-SEVEN ROOMS IN IOUSE, ,532 Brekenridgce street: 2 rooms now occu pied by roomers and will remain if desirld. Sutes' wal; front postofice, 7 rooms, bath and wash rooms, hot ;tni cold water it three places, furnace; price $20. Inquire at l'owles' Cash Stiore. lO, I1FNT'I-UN'FUtiN t1il-tD HROOMtS AND i apartments ot all kinds and in desirable locations, at$4I to $10 per room. Call and exam ineour list. Wallace & Thornburgh, Denver bui!ding. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. RO1R RENT- -'IIIREI l HOOMS ON RODNEY t reel; very conveniently located and suita ble for a small family. $7 per mon th; three rooms an Breckenridge streot, near Warren, good loca tion for drose.maker or millinor, a ranch of 160 acres less than three miles from Holeua, to be lot on highly advantageons terms, D. A. Ilich ardson, room 1, (irantte block. TFOR RENT--AN EXCELLENT HAY RANCH -' in the valley. Inquire of John W. Eddy, 21'i Power building. 'ulR RENT-STORIE ON MAIN biTREET, largo and desirable; cheap runt. \V. E. Cox, Gold block. SOR URENT -SHTOtE 01R OF"tt'i 1 ROOh IN Sopera house. Steele ( ;le(,mults. 1ORl RIENT--FINE LAHIGE IIASEMEN'T ON Upper Main etreot. lSteel, & Clonests. OfIRENT UNFiURN SlED IlOONI iN opera thouse. Stoele & A lmurents. FO)I NAALE-- MIOIUELL( AN.EOt.(l ac( ItiE --OIIOT'-OIlltllt ilRESIIAUIIANT site (,r., :\ rl.ih rn depoit: 1;) will bit; it: $3150 calsh, b:aln ti tt inll Ihle nloith. A\('Illt Tttrra tit r sIlrol, Iat, Kailieps ll, MNiII toula o tyt , Moln t'nsa. OH, MALE LIEASE AND FU INITUIlE OF rooei i oilt tlr chick good r,:ttous for oltlintg. A tlti t1r,. i.tattthlttn, rote _0. I ( I11 ,-11,f .- FI l ti'-CLAM I- lIA l tht 41101', " dath roolnl taIH 'tluckislh and Itiesian Ialh s in olltunlctio:l thi only ontt ilt tIown do iuot a good ttltiillOLt: Itt!f ]hooti ustO itl ttWtt;t will oil tell t r half itorettC . Adho's.ct A. A. ltrowt l, -'UtRL <Al. (Il, I'APIE;Ii AT A tLAlIAIJN F t this i,lfi,ln . ')OIt SAL, CItOILAI.SII I IN TIII lION St; lalio~inese Collego ('all at tlig ollico. I' l ;1,i" -WAlEiIOL. ii5 L1TiS IN EL 1lilmt4t, on N. 1'. rightl of wtay, 0I10. Mathe .on.t . Co. 1111 HALlE-- IIltoIE, hIWIhY AND lIAl !. li-ts: trio t. Apply at 21' Roldney tl rtltt. tornItr Mixteit avOt'ttt. [()14 lAI, -.--ON1: ID E'1(,;R bliOM. PIANO onlt It, lroollnl st, onl, pIarlftr oHl, two Inar pt·o, oollr dinlnkrom chairs, twohlvos, eto. AMIIUNI) A cl( 0I1N1I It ItMNAL fo wner clla i trY. IaI ted l 1 tO ' I' II-Ig i• l.l- tll'r l I'ltlt ud Iavll s..tre ts, Itflt lttlt ItO Iu r + itt Itttrtttttrrty l otY t n laying fir ltttsl 'tattltl'o I. u,,ry, 'aitlid IooIk, ttI, Il rU F ALl AT 1O UN.-I II t.ILAti I-IA'I PIN. OWYN-T i P a i rl l l ll C Itl i1 ltis lo l talr thav lcO, o saw ly Call.I)g l aat r llt . lfietr p.]ay, i e eali7r and provlyg yrollcrly. »O M rAiL.--tRUAL E Ta.Fr . °-l;-l rAL-·-xs.Y OUl LOTh ON OAVIS am letwol. M4, ahl tCoiln h Co,, Dsorom . j,;--+ + ' block. i ZOlt BAl,.--LOIIt AND 2, IN B LOCIK 10, I~ ~ ~ ~ ~~.. tk.rattch of80Sol nBI gll Okot.,,4 1i coner l onth Rodney alnd aintloern fotreet. valoround oine o tviw in the $,ty, Apply to J. N, Craig, sill 8, liodly streSt Ol$A R -NErAT COTTAGE ON EIGHTH ver. llu, i reo vu. clrt watiR near eleCtrio Ilnea $1,5, payarble $,B0 down, $L0 per monath. miles unrth oef Driunreow4 etation, ample build luro inelodiin accwmll, aul under fence, drot water right or over 2,0Uie inchet $5,0oo(1 cral or wrlte for full partIcnlars. llatheaou & Co. oDenver bloc'k. - Ot SALE-FIN.ITG-RHOIt DWELLING . i • rA~lInc- n1wo1 sideo. oa ly brtwo bloall ru ou, oxmodern, $rn00, oay twormste.Mn san k C'a. FOil :ALL--LOTS IN IIR1OADWATER ADDI C t ion, one- third down,. balance In one and two yearn tlith, interest at 0 per cent. Matheson A Co., flentver block'. Ftit lALE-IXNE IfIOIT-ltOf BliCllK reeildencnon nest aide, only two b klook from Mlait streelt fronts on two streets; very rheap. loulo & Ciement. (iOll SAfE--FINE EIGOT-ROOM BIRICK Shou. on Spencor atreet, near Rodney, only few nminuto from ypototiico, at gnr l ti arain. Steele & Clemonts. rj OR t8AL--$000. 588i 8-1UOOM1001 I1RCK, cellar, water . .to ,,nn Liaieifa street; 830+ 42x88. -room brlck, cellar, water, eta., on lial sigh treott $5,i 50Xl00 feet. 8-room frame house, on Haurer boulevard; $4,500, 5x100 feet, I-room frame house on Broadway, £. S. ifreonoah ; Co. 'olt S\I.-R.li ,LGANtT HtlESIDU NC' ON A west aide at a bargain; ton rooms, furnace, bath room and all modern fittings; good barn and outbuildings. Win. Muth, at. OI SALE-TWVO SIX-t1OlM IHOUSES ON r west side; easy torms; near nw Eschool buildilg, foundry and clect:ic lines. m. Muth, agt. VOlt SALE--FIFTY FEET ON IIELENAi avenne near foot of RIodney at t.hree-fourths actual value. Steele & Clements. IFOR SALE--A FINE CORINEI' ON NORItH 1 Mainstreet 100lxl21 foot, fronts on three streote; will be sold at a great sacrifice. Steelo & (1enmente. _ 101; SALE--A LAlRGEl NIW HOUSE ON prominent avenue; has allmnodorn improve menls and is in good condition; rico very low and terms to suit; a snap. W. L. Cox, Gold block. I.ORt SALE-I H}AVE SEiVEItAL NICE RES I "idences on the west side for sale at differ ent prices and terms Iarties wlshins to buy a hoime will do well to call and see what I can of for. Win. Muth, agt. i'Ot SALE--SELItANP RESIDENCE ON Madison avenue, west side, east front. lot 125x200 feet; cash buyer can secure a great bar gain.. -teelo & Clements. 1OR SALE-RENTAL PROPERTY IN ORIG 17 inal towneite; will sell on elay terms, at a great sacrifice, improved prop.rty on tluff street and on Pine street. Steele & Clemento. FOR SALE--S$1,00: $50 CASH. BALANCE on long time, buys a new three-room house; lot 50x25. Address box 777, city. F OR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS 1N . Hauser addition at very low prices. Wm. IMth, egt. FOR BAL!--LOW--A C('HlOIC BUILDING lot facing on Broadwater hotel ground: (east front) Win. Muth. agt 17OR BALE-NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE IN I' Broadwater addition, only one block from electric motor small liynyment down, balance installment. Steele & Clements. FiOR SALE-50xt40 FEIL' ON LYNDALE avenue at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele & Clements. 1.ORi SALE--,NE OF THE FINEST F ranches in Montana, 2,080 acres, every acre ca nbe irrigated and have abundance of water, tfine range on erery eside, good market for every thing produced, good Improvements will be sold at a great bargain. W. E. Cox, Gold block. 12OR SALE-LOB S AND ACREAGE AT KAL 1 ipell, the new railroad town in the Flat head valley. Wm. Muth, agt. FOR SALE-- 1,800, 75X125 FEET, 4-ROOM frame house, Broadwater motor line; $sh,500, 50x130 feet, 0-room frame house, 50 feet doubl frontage on lenton and Park avenue, business uroperty; $5,000, 84x110 feet, 8-room framehouse onLawrence street; $5 000, 100x10 feet, 9-room brick house on Eleventh avenue. L. S. French &. OR ALE $5.000. 40x100 FEET, 9-ROOM brick, bath, cella~ , etc., gas fixtures, double frontage on two streets. E. S. French & Co. F OR SALE-S5,000, 50x!40 FEET, 6-ROOM . frame house, a corner on Warren streets 60,500, 75x150 feet. 8-room stone house on Madi son avenue; $3,500, 40x11 feet. 6-room frame house, corner, n (Chancer street; $3,500, 40x113 feet) 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E. N. trench & Co. F10R1 ALE-$1,800. i5x113 4-O1100 IRAME ' on Dakota avenue; $1,500, 50.84, 7-room frame hanso, Blake street; $4,000, 42x88 feet, B-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattie; $3,500. 3B588 feet, 8-room brick on Beattie street. E. S. French & Co. TiO1; BALLE-$2.800, 50xi140 FEET, 5-ROOM frame house on Eighth avenue; $3,500, 50x140 feat. 5-room brick house on Eighth avenue; $4,000, 42x10 feet, 5-room frame house on Broad way; it 200, 45x1000 feet, 5-room brick house. corner. Broadway. F. S. French & Co. ORBALE--COINERI L'OT, iOxl50, on beet residence street in the city; fall view of the east side and valley. Address box 777. city poatolfice. I701O SALE-AT A BAIRGAIN--50 FEET ON ' Broadway near Hoback; easy terms. Ad dress poetotfice box .0 Heolena. 1Oi' SALE-FOR $300 GOOD BUILDIN(G . lot 50x150 on mouth end of Rodney street; address box 777. city postoflico, F OR 0 BALIE-$1.i50, NEAT 4-ROOM 1)WELL ing on Eighth avenue, near turn of motor tine. with good lot; $200 do on, $25 per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block. tI .t(;1 EL.LAN O l.O'. ol TRt'lADlE-ONE HUNDREI D IIEAD OF cattle, 640 acres of land under fence, for Helena real estate. AM. Caro. Hlolena, Mont. WVANTED-A 11008U', UNFUl NJSiMEI), OF about 7 rooms, modern improvements. for a steady, reliable tenant. Address. stating price, which must be reasonable. P. U. Box 147. TARSNING--'THE PUBLICC A.RIE5 HERiEiY V V warned agaist giving credit to my wife lHattie ee;mer. L will not 1b responsible for any debts contracted by her. George eynmer. -' ANT ttD-- IHtIRtE; GOOD ROADl)STEII; w' 'l b ake to drise single; oven or eight years t ld. For iprticulan and doscrip tion address box 191, Fort HBrtonl. WANT 1. 1 'E-A EIIOU'fINE ItUNDIID CORD1)S of wood per mnnh, to b3 delivered on cars on line of ,rrthorn l'acilio railroad. Par ties who will contract for the delivery of this wood i\ill pliase address the undersiined, ial lag price awn sHiopluitig station. '1'Th United smoelting & i(el.ting Company. East helena. VANT'lF' -TO EX( 'HANG iE'U HII)ING LOT ' for good driving horse, btlgy 1ind htirness. '11. Gaunt, lueoltern Paciic headoquarters, Itolona, Mont. .. ANT'lE. --A ibOll.-'OP IESKI AT A ItEA p nonable price. Inquire at the office of the Montsan Iltonor4raph oornlman. (tandon block, ctorner Sixth arvollnu and Warren street. 1lý7t 'IIRAD) -UNIMI'IlOVEI) PIIOPERtTY to to trade for equity in imnproved. Ottele L ('lonlente. (le 'rlnt .17Ll-IM I'iOVED 1'ROPlW'itY TO i trade for ulinlimproved. Stoole & Cleomente. W ANi,'l'E)-'T'lE ) OWNEIR OFI A iAlltfiE' body of low grrule, frimo niling gold are wants a capitalist who will build a itiol oa the prIllcrty for a half interest. Apply to Wm. Muth, ogt. -AN SI' MAW t. AN.) JALAOAION 1Y mill nlan .'lLre thlere is gootl llarket or accossablo toly lf timiber. uive full particu lars. E. M1. Lrig4s, Salt Lake City, Utalh. 15 111CENT (tUAIIAN'lT'EJ ON INVEST 1 it llts in amoonts from $5 un). Money to loan. Ifor ,articulars call oraddrees McDonald, Anting & Meclaod, it ad b Atlas block. eloens, Mont. / A1'.'ItI- A C;IIUS't)MEI l FOR ONE OF the finlst residence sites on west aides price low for cash. Win. Muth. aAN`'KI' -Al IYliYF;ll FO1R A PIECE 01) S insAide 1,r1rt p)t: jutt tile thing fore row of latsle: close to aIn street. Win. Moth. Virest Falls fur lielesa property. Steele & Clemenis. N'I'EI); -·A ISUYEII FOlt A PLAL'PTED) tratcto tile beist residence ptoporty on west sldie trimo way~down; half cash, balane.oin one year. Wtit. Muth, agent. S AN TED-lu 1HUIL1) A SIX-ROOM JO11/BS with furnace and bath room complete for $2,000. Call and see plaes; we know they will uit. Wallace &'fThornburgh. Denver building. WATATED-'(T I'hIIAI)E A B-ROlOM I1OUS0 on teal side, hardwood floor and flnihl, bath, fItrnaee, all modern conveenlence, for un Improved rouporty, or will Smll equity ftor $,0,t1 Steele ,& Clemonte. , liaise c flil ram tv atarttl IONIEY Toi LOAN. qN 'Y TO LO" &, V'Ai+AMt4.al u fO x r . -m .us T T. LOW ItAT .OIY TO IAN--STk$ILr &CLEM.ANTtI, oaunmksio noltesret in advance, no delay. ITN TUBAI. D TRD1 0T UHT OF TIE FURSTO . idoi ditlc oat b th state of Moneana, in a a;r the. county of aoew".nd Glark h In the matter of the "tstate f William . locholne, d-cea.d, notice of probate of will. 'ursiant to an order of e'ild court, mtde on the 27th day of, Feb;ury, 1493, notice is hbrob given, that fatuirday the1 t day of March, 181, at to o'clook a, m, or .eaidday. at th couort room of said ongur at the co'rthouse in the county of .tewis and Clarte, has been alpolbtea as tsa tame and pie for provinq, the will of said Wil liam tiL), ichnolee, daeacs and for hearing the ap liestion of Margaret Nicholas for tie ireuance to her for letters testamentary, when and wlloreo any person interested may appear and contest ae asmo. .IJtIN BIAN. Clark. D). S. WADE, Attorney. Dated Teb. 27. 1802. B1DS WANTED-FO R TlE CONSTRU CTION and completion of the I lontana etate build. In at the World's Columblan exposition, Chi the following proves: Office of secrt ary, ifelens, Mant. Galbraith & Fuller, Mlssoula, Mont. Galhraith & Fuller, Livingeston Mont. Builders' exchange, Clicago. Il1. All bide must be accompanied by a certified cheak for $2 t00. LThe board of World's fair managers reserve the right to reject any and aell bidle. Allbide must be filed in the office of the sec. retary on ao before 12 o'clook 'naon of Friday, April, 29, 1802, JAS. Q. RAMSAY Seeretary Rooms 14 and 35, Montana National Hank Huilding, Helena. Mont. GALBnsAITH & FULLEai Bulerintendent Architect* , TOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS.-NOTICII TY heorbv given that pprnuant to an eleotion held of the qualified electors of the .eilhart school district io. i9, of Meagher county. Mon tana, on the 20th day of October, 1891, at whichl election the majority of the votes were cast to authorizethe trustees of maid school district to bond said district for the sum of five thousand dollars (Il500l), the trustees of said school dis trict will, on the olth day of April, 1892, at noon, open sealed bids at the seulo Ihouse at Neiharto , Melaghercouonty, Montana, to sell $5,1100 worth of bonds o said school district, said 'bonde to rnn for (10) ten years and tobs e old for not loss than par Value and interest not to exceed (?) seven per cent per annum. interest payable send annually. The trastees of aforesaid school dis trict reserve the right to reject any or all bids. J. M, CAtCUTHERS, T., B. GtlGG, W. H. IIARRISON. School Trustees. W. D. GRAHAM, School Clerk. SUMMONS--IN T'IE DISTRICT COURT Sof the First judicial diatrict of the state of montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Chlarke. Gustave A. Uhrig, plaintiff, vs. Mary J. Uhrig, 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 the above named plain tiff in thedistrict court of the First judicial dis trict of the state of Montana, In and for the oouoty of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complait filed therein, within ten day. (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but within this dietrict,within twenty days; otierwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken auainst you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The saidl 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 vember, A. D. 1889, the said defendant disregard ilg the solemnity of her marriage vows, will fully and without cause 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 to, live separate and apart from him without any nsufficient cause and reason. and against his will and without his consent. all of which appears more follyin the complaint on file herein, to which special refer ence is hereby made. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer thy said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 16th day of I ebruary, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. [sgA.] JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By 1H. I. THOucpsON, Deputy Cleric. E, I. rNOtwr,es, Attorney for Plaintiff. ALIAS SUMMONS--I. THE DISTRICT court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Robert C. Scott, 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 broughlt against you by the above-named plain tiff in the distrlct 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 ton days (exclu sive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days. or judgment by aefault will be taken asainst you, according to the prayer of said com plaint. 'lthe said action is brought to obtain a decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existling between said plaintiff and defend ant, on the grounds of adultery by said defend ant with one Jdames Allen, at the house of said defendant in the city of Calgary, district of Al berta, dominion of Canada, and on the further ground ttat since their saill marriage the said do fondant 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. Ant you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plainttit will apply to the court for the relief demanded in satl complaint. Given under my handa and the seonlof thedistrict court of the First judicial district of the state of lointana. ip and for the county of Iewls and Clarke, this 6tt, day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninoty two. emism . i JON BEAN, Clerk. IW N. FLETCHERe Attorney for Plaintiff. TN TilE Dl ITRICT COURT OF THiE FIRST -a judicial dtiitrlt, state of Montana and Lewis antd Clarke county. In the matter of the estate and fuarditnship of William 1) Whiteheadt, Mlsy 1'. Wthltheated antd John C. Whitehead, minor Ieirs of J. '. Wlhitehead. deceased. It appearing to this court from the petlition thie day present,.l and filed by Jeannotte Whlilte head, the guarnti;n of the ipersons ani estalte of William D. Wlithread, hlay E. \Vhitehend and John I'. Whit.head, minors, praying for an or doe of ealo of curtain real eteate holeougirg to her sail wurds, that. it is neceseary anti woutld be beneficial to said wards that selc real estate should be sold. It is hrteby ordered Ilthat the next of kin of the said wards, ani all fi ersone interested int the said estate, ap pear beftire this court ot 'I'llteday. the fifth tday of April, A. Di. 1892. at 10 o'clock n the forientn of sal day, st the court rtort of this coltrt. at the contt house in the city of lIcl rena, r unty of Lewis anti t larkes, state of Mon tana. tl on lantld there It, show cattse why an Oardtr htltuld not I e granitedl for hth Hale ot sech estate; and it is further osdredl, tiat a copy nf tIlis or tler be publihteld at least four successlu'e weeks bforer the said day of hIoar:n' in the Daily lndle pltldert, a newSapltor printed ndtl pnblished in ttle etaitl city of itlen:e, cottty of sLewis and (:larke. state of Moitana. IOIiACE It. BUCK, Judge. Dated Manrch 4. 1t9!. A. (. Httkin and Thoo. bhod. attorneys for petitioner. JOHN A. SCHINIDll,, F RESO PAINTER. Public Buildings, Churches and Dwellings decorated in the Latest Style. Tinting, Kalsolnining, etc. P. O. i3ox 735, iIELE'NA. I CURE FITS I When i ay cure I do not moanmerelytostcp thema thr a tlime nd thun havu th(m return again. I mean a radical cure. I have made the disnose of B'ITR, RPI. LUPSY or FALLING SICKNIEBt a lifelong study. I warrant ray rmeldyto cure the worstcases Beoaune there bhro failed Is no reason for not now receivlnga cure. Bond at onoe for a treatise and a Free Bottloal my infallible remedy, Glve Express and Poat Ofoea .J. O. 1OOT 0. t. V., &U Pearl .ie - PL. ALIA IVUMMON p-JN THJ DIBTj.I oonrtna the First Jdlo a diet'? a o ate of iuutna d oonr e un Weisand .Ula. bnc n l.te, pDlaintiff, vA.drew M. Pat. Caofany. a corporatioenand ,a.W. r. trirtfthi otret., defendants.. The stat o t Montana ends greeting to the abT e named dofendeant you are hereby reotlred to appear in an adoh ronght a e4.st yon b the abort ng.]e4 rn t thi dle tllat at Ie0 oft Sipi u ital pttrto .l. etaitet Montaat in ansod fogts sO . 0 -e attlra tart to aimiwgi te.o rosorlnt ten therein, w 9thou tea days (exigalive a t da of leas- ter t itss srvic to of sammon I serei within this co unty or, o if krved out of ti a coun.yit, but this district. ithtnt fortw t u days. or fudgment of default W1fli be til*e. atlatnit ys. rl-jaram to ge prayer ot ran complant0 tihiO eid aca iose oroisOt ts foreclose ýit noft age ozeotit ad by dstond.nt Andrew .' IC. tU to Janme h, llimour on tthe 6h day of Juns,1890, on ethe ftllownl pdescriced ren e tate situate in the county of Leis and (larke and state of Montana to wit.t 'ile northeast qluarter .f northeaet quarter, the north half o youtoeast quarter of nnoititeat qualter, the wes at of to northeast quarter and south half o northwest quarter of murtion 8, and north hali of northwest quarter end northwest quarter of -ortheast quarter of section i, all in township 10 north range i weit, except 9 acraes 'taken ott the west end of north half of southeast quarter of northeast ouartur of said section 8, and for the recovery of a judgment, t f 2500 as a attornoy's fee for forecloosure proceedinge and for costs. The complaint alleges among other things that on tte 6th day of Jane, 1190, said Patton exe oute to maid Gilmour three promissory notes, one for the sont of $9,ttO, duoe and p, ablo one year after datu and bearing interest at the rate of eight per coentm norr spnnm, one for the smm of lO,utiO, due and payabt. tWo years after date, with interest at the rate of eight Mper entom per annum, and a third i r 10,00b, due and pyaals three years after date and bearing interet at tte rate of eight per Oentuin per annum and that to rcure the paymenut of said notes said mortgage was sexecuted. And that eaoh and every oftaid notes was an Ins ailment of the pritOncipal sum of $e1t040 owing by said PatO tono said tilmoer. That said moittage was recorded in the OffiCe of the recorder of Liewia and Clarks -ounty on the .IOth day of July, 1090, in book a of mortgagee on page 21. That on the lthi day of Jannary. 1892, said Gilmour assignad said notes and mort sagetothis plaintiff for value. That said tirst note for the sum of ti9,100 and interest ist tcle and unpaid, except the following sums, itO paid Aug; 24, 1801, 625l paid Sept. 19, 1. 18, 625 patid ept. II. 18l91, .148.i1 paid OCt. 9, 1891, $158.04 paid Oct 15, 169, and $10 paid Nov. 1, 1il891. 'hat on 6th day of June, 1090 James It. Gil mour and wife exectte: a doed conveying to said defendsnL Patton tits above described prem ites for the considoratioa of 151.500, that at that time there existed two mortgage liens thereon, one for the snm of $4,000 executed by said Gil mour and wits to David H. Gilmour, dated Nov. 80, 1888, and due and payable five yesre after date, and bearing interest at the rate of six per centui per aInum pay able annually, and one executed p said ilmour and wife to the Jarvis-Conklin Mortgage Trust company for the sum of 1$5,00, dated Feb. 1. 109), anti doe and payable five years after date, with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum payable semi-annoally. which two said mortgages eaid l-atton agreed to assume and pay, as part of said asm of $51, 500, the purchase price of caid prenases. That said Patton has failed and refused to pay the interest daue and in arrear on raid two mortgages amonntlng to $240 on the firsnt mentioned and 2177 on the second, and that the holders of said mortgages are about to foreclors the same. That said property cannot he sold in portions without injury to the parties. That the defend ant Northweotern Land and Investment oorn pany and (. W. W . Griffith, trustee, have or claim to hare some interest in the premies accruing since said mortgage, and that tihe sum of $2,500 is a reasonable attorney's fOee'for the forecilosure troceedings. The plaintiff demands judgment for foreclosure. That the mortgaged premises be sold and the procedr applied to the paynment of the cobts and expeneesa of this action, itnclud. lng $2,500 for attorney's foe, and the amount owing on the three notes atd mortgage, with in. terest on said notes up to the time of payment. and that tie defendant Patton may he adjndged io pay any deficiency. 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 in said complaint demanded. Given under my hand and ttse seat of the dise trictcourtof the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 'ld day of January, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. [Ieal] JOHN BEAN. Clerk. By H. B. Taon.tpuoN, Deputy Clerk. CnUTCHER & GAnIL.LND. Attorneys for Plaintiff. S UMMONS.-IN TIlE DISTRICT COURT OP the First judicial district of the state of Montana. is 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: Youare hereby required to appear inan action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed therein,within ten days (exclusive or the-day of service) after the service of this sum mons, if served within this county: or. if syrved out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will bo taken against you according to the prayer of said complaint. 'Ihe said action is brought to obtain a decree of thiscourt dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between said plaintiff and defend ant, upon the grounds eot forth in the complaint on file in this action, and for the custody of the' minor children and for general relief. Plaintiff alleges in said complaint, as grounds for such divorce, that on the lathday of Decem ber. A. 1). one thousand eight hundred andt eighty-nine, (1889) the delenoant willfully and without cause deserted and abandoned the plain tiff and absented himself front plaintiff against her will and without her consent, and departed from the state of Montana, and still continues to live separate and apart from. Ier. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear anti answr thse said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the reliet demanded in her complaint. Given under my hand and the veal of the dis trict court of tihe 'irst judicial district of tve state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewie and Clarke. this hth day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. LsEAL.J JOHN IBEAN, Clerk of District ('ourt C, W, FLEISCHuE, Attorney for Plaintiff.i 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 tr eat Northern Railway every dau in the week for Chicago. Through time is a follows: Leave Bulltte, via Geoat Northern...... 7:30 a m Leave lie sea, via Great Northrn..... 11:10 a m Leave Great Pails, via Great Northern a2:55 p t Arrive at Minot ............ 0... .. 7.5. a mn Arrive at tarand Forke................ C.20 p so Arrive at St. Paul....5 ................. :550 a Leave Butte, via Northern Pacifico..... 7:00 p i Leave Helena. via Nortlern Pacific.... 7:35 p m Leave Bozeman, via Northern l'aotifi 11:40 p ns Arrive at St. Paul ............... 5:50 p ci Via "The Northwestern Line": Leave St. Paul ............... 7:50 a m 6:50 p r Arrive at Milwaukee......... 7:55 p mo 7:25 a rc Arrive at Chicago............ 0:30 p m 9:0 a i Secure your tickets over "The Northwestern Line." Itis the short line both in time a-R distanoe to Chicago. T. W. TEASDALZ, General Pasvenger Agent. St. Paul. 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