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WETWILD OVEB SMAINE
Coatanued Wrom irst Page.
speaker's furinal prelses of HIarrtion's ad
ministration were poorly rewarded. Whed
he isished by placing Mr. Blaine as the
foremost statesman oflthe country, and ex
plalniag that his nomination would be fol
lowed by inevitable victory, there was
again wild eonfemion. The question of
adopting all resolutione,-as presented was
then voted upon. The delegates rose in a
mass, amid yells, when the ayes were called.
But five men besides Judge ttrevell voted
against the resolution, and among these
was not one of the federal officers, who
have been so active in securing delegates.
The applause which followed was quite as
loud as when the last of the resolutions
was read.
Then another bomb shell was in prepara
tion. Mr. Merrill, of Lewis and Clarke.
intimated that be had a resolution to offer.,
Mr. Mantle immediately announced a reso
lution that none but free aliver delegates
should be sent to Minneapolis, when Merrill
got thedfoor again and exploded dynamite
by moving that tkedelegates be instructed
to vote for no one but a free coinage candi
date for president.
"Sit down! sit down!" came a yell from
Silver Bow, and before Merrill knew what
was going on a motion to table his motion
had been carried unanimously.
This was taken as a fair index of the sil
ver sentiment as far as Harrison's candi
dacy is concerned.
After the overwhelming defeat of these
two important resolutions Mr. Mantle's
resolution was adopted. A resolution
which Geo. W. Irvin had prepared, with a
view of bringing the silver question to a
quick issue, was then read by Col. Botkin,
who said that Mr. Irvin was not in favor of
the adoption of the resolution at this time.
In brief, it proposes by a system of duties,.
to bring foreign nations to the terms pro
posed by the friends of free coinage. It
favors a tax of 65 cents an ounce on all
foreign silver brought into this country,
and an export tax of l0 per cent ad valoream
on all gold exported; provided, gold and
silver coin may be exported free of tax to
pay the bonded obligations of the people
of the United States to-day outstanding,
but for no indebtedness hereafter to be ore
ated. The resolutions favor reciprocity to t
the nations that may demand a double b
standard. t
Mr. Irvin explained that it war proposed
to use the large product of gold to compel t
justice to silver. He introduced the resolu
tion with the view of bringing it up before
the next state convention. It was so re
ferred. Gen. Weed's resolution that no
federal officials be sent in the delegation to T
Minneapolis was received with a laugh and
passed without opposition.
The first real indication of the strength a
of the anti- Harrison people was seen in the a
following resolution, that the state should r,
be divided into districts for the selection n
of delegates. The motion prevailed by a i,
small majority and a committee was ap- c,
pointed for this purpose, one from each b
county, after a vigorous opposition by *
Col Botkin. The committee appointed n
consisted of a delegate from each county 14
and an adjournment for supper followed. E
THE DELEGATES.
Where the White-Winged Dove Came in
and Flew Away.
The transaction of the final business, that
of choosing six delegates to Minneapolis,
was what made trouble. The distribution
reported by the committee was: First dis
triat, Silver Bow county; second district,
Deer Lodge and Beaverhead; third district,
Lewis and Clarke and Jefferson; fourth
district, Missoula and Madison; fifth dis
trict, Custer, Dawson, Park, Gallatin and
Yelowstone; sixth district, Cascade, Cho
teen, Fergues and Meagher. Another row
was started through efforts to have the
unit rule prevail by districts, that the ma.
jority vote of each district should cast the
entire district vote for a delegate. Geo.
Geo. W. Irvin wanted to know it the entire
delegation was to cast its vote for a dele
gate who happened to have the majority
vote of his district. He did not favor all
the delegates wearing the collar of a man
who happened to control a district. The
convention thought likewise, and it was de
cided that nominations should be made
and the convention elect.
It was evident from the subsequent pro
cedinge that the olive branch, so often re
ferred to. was not in full foliage. When
the first district was called Lee Mantle said
that the republicans of Silver Bow had ex
changed ahillalahs for olive branches, and
the white winged dove of peace was hover
ing over the delegation. The frolics of
Silver Bow reoublicans had eaused consid
erable annoyance to the republicans of
Montana in the past, but he was here now
to nominate Thomas Couch for delegate to
Minneapolis. The announcement created
applause and some laughter, in view of the
past relations between these leaders.
Mr. Haldorn seconded the nomination,
whacking the Irish by saying that shills
labs belonged rather to a democratic con
vention. There were three cheers for the
white-winged dove, and Conch was unan
imously elected.
There was trouble over an alternate, but
after much dispute Mayor W. E. Hall was
chosen the alternate. The choice of a
delegate from the Second district came
very near resulting in a personal fight. Col.
Callahan, whose labored eloquenae had
created much humor during the morning
session, arose to nominate N4. J. Bialen
berg, of Deer Lodge. While in the height
of a peroration, 0. G. Cooper, a sheep man
of Chotean county, made an offensive re
mark. "i'll attend to you later," said Cal
lahan. Cooper then started for him, but
when near enough to strike was stopped.
Callahan referred to him as a blackguard
in closing his speech, and Cooper promised
to settle later. Bielonberg was nominated
by acclamation.
When the third district was called for the
various cohorts from Lewis and Clarke
bristled up. City Treasurer W alker was
sorry that he could not repeat the remarks
of Mr. Mantle concerning the white winged
dove. Lewis and Clarke republicans had so
many favorite sons that the delegates could
not agree upon any one. He nominated
Col. A. C. Bothin, amid the applause of the
convention. The nomination was sec
onded by Joe, Pyle, of Granite. Judge
Sterling nominated A. J. Seligman after
repeating the customary eulogy. Irvin, of
Silver Bow, seconded Seligman's nomina
tion, adding a few sarcastic references to
Lewis and Clarke county. T. H. Klein.
schmidt was nominated by William Harri
son. All the candidates expressed them
selves in favor of the 'resolutions adopted.
The ballot showed 149 votes for Seligman,
eighty-seven for Botkin, and eighteen for
Kleinsohmidl. Lewis and Clarke cast
eighteen for Seligman, eleven for Botkin,
and two for hleinechmidt. George F.
Cowan, of Jefferson, was chosen his alter
nate.
It was expected that the nomination from
the Missoula-Madison district was a cut
and dried affair, as it had been agreed by
the delegation that A. B. Hammond, of
Missoula, should be the man. Ex-Senator
E Browa, of Beaverhead, bad a oSidaie Ia
the person of Henry tiling, of Vtt$iai
City. After hammond bad bee noatibated
by T. G. Mtlrtray, aoNMissole iii, W.
Irvin, who vero like ,remembered Men
tie'. senatorial campaIaun, anoke for lr.
d lillipg, pet the Missoula Merpantile cobi
*n pans on the grid Iron and adminiatered a
e t He saidn "I know in this town
of Missoula there is not a spontaneous re
1- spouse to Mr, Murray's speecb. [Yells
s fram the gallery.] The white wiage dave
has no right to hover over an awhbilyton-m
f bination like thie and Idesire to raise my
a protest against the consummation of this
conspiracy," The gallery was filled with
Mercantile people and anti-Mercantile peo
ple, and when the speech was finished
0 they rushed down in the body of the con
vention. There was a scene of great con
fusion for a moment. Hot words were ex
is changed and there were fears of personal
violence. It was the most exciting ballot
of the evening, but the convention stood by
the committee report and Hammond was
chosen by a vote of 191 to sixty-seven for
Elling. A. S. Bennett, of Madison, was the
a alternate.
The hour was rather late and the dele
a gates were growing too tired to applaud
even for Blaine. Paul McCormick, of
Junction City, and B. C. Vilas, of Living
ston, were named from the Fifth district,
and McCormick was' elected by a vote of t
124 to seventy-nine for Vilas. JIQn B.
King was the alternate. The row, however, 4
which marked the beginning of the eon
ventron, and continued all the way through,
was not finished. The praises given to A.
E. Dickerman, of the Sixth district, by a
Great Falle young man, were followed by
the nomination S. C. Hobson, of Fergue
county. W. Geuld Smith, of Fort Benton, A
then denounced Diekerman as a party
traitor, accusing him of working for Sena
tor Paris Gibson last year, and character
izing him Is a Jim Hill man. The speech
had its effect, despite the combination n
which had been arranged by which Cascade -
voted solid for Seligman, with the under- }
standing that Dickerman would have a
solid exchange from Lewis and Clarke. -
The Lewis and Clarke delegation, however,
gave sixteen votes for Hobson. Silver Bow ai
gave Robson forty-seven and he was elected
by a vote of 143 to 101. E. K. Abbott, edi- -
tor of the Neihart News, was recommended
as member of the national committee. Si
The business of the convention was then
finished, but the delegates listened for a
time to the speech of an imported sore -
head, Hon. Wm. H. Claggett, of Idaho. All V
the delegates were very Weary of the pro- of
ceedings while some were anxious to see
the prize light. It was nearly midnight
when they forced matters and adjourned. S
HARMFUL AND UNCHRISTIAN.
The Use of Tobacco In Any Form-Chnreh
and State.
OMAHA, May 9.-Bishop Vincent presided
at the session of the quadrennial confer
ence. The first business was the call of the
roll for the presentation of resolutions,
memorials and petitions. A resolution call
ing on the committee on episcopacy to as
certain if either of the missionary bishops
had ordained anybody outside of their
special territory, was referred to that com
mittee. It is understood that Bishop Tay
lor, of Africa, ordained a minister while in
England. Rev. H. I. Williams, of Iowa,
offered a resolution declaring that the use
of tobacco in any form is unchristian and
harmful. It was referred to the committee
on temperance. The time for the election
of officers was fixed for May 17. A resolu
tion for the investigation of the Grant uni
versity, of Chattanooga, Tenn., on the
ground that it is extravagantly managed
and had too large a corps of teachers em
ployed, was referred to the committee on
freedman's aid and southern education.
Dr. J. M. King, of New York, offered a re
solution for an amendment to the constitu
tion of the United States, lookug to-the
protection of the public schools against re
ligious encroachments, and to define the
attitude of churches toward the schools,
and asked the conference to indorse a bill
on the subject which has been prepared
upon the complete divorcement of church
and state. The resolution was adopted
with applanse.
Dr. King offered another resolution, de
claring that the appropriation of -money by
the government for ecclesiastical education
is not in accord with the principles of the
constitution, and that churches should not
receive money from the government for the
education of Indians. Dr. King strongly
advocated the passage of his resolution,
saying the Methodist church never received
a dollar for the education of Indians from
the government. Some members of the
Methodist church had done so, not the
church, while the Catholic church has re
ceived two millions. The resolution was
unanimously adopted. A request that the
next general conference be held in Cleve
land was referred to the cornmitteeson con
ference entertainment, Dr. Pemterton of
fered a resolution declaring the church op
posed to every form of snob law. Referred
to the committee on state of the chureh.
Settlers on Forfeited Lands.
WAsNsoGoTN, May 9.-The house public
lands committee to-day authorized a favor
able report on the senate bill amending the
act forfeiting certain lands heretofore
granted for the purpose of aiding in the
construction of railroads so as to extend
the time to three years from the passage of
the act, in which erons actually residing
upon forfeited lands shall be permitted to
purchase the same.
Col. Sanders on the Committee.
WASHrINoTN, May 9.-The republican
congressional campaign committee consti
tuted a committee to report at a caucus
meeting a plan of organization and list of
permanent officers. The northwestern
states are represented by W. F. Sander,, of
Montana.
Strength and Iealth.
If you are not feeling strong and healthy,
try Electric Bitters. If "la grippe" has
left you weak and weary, use Electrie Bit
ters. This remedy aots directly on liver,
stomach and kidneys, gently aiding those
organs to perform their functions. if you
are afflicted with sick headache. you will
find speedy and permanent relief by taking
Electric Bitters. One trial will convince
you that this is the remedy you need. Large
bottles only fl00. at B. S. Hale & Co.'s drug
store.
NOTICE--NTICI IS HERlEBY GIVEN
tha th cande ined haeen pone r
ceiver of the late tirot or (irce hii~iel llstm &
to., au di alon, suthtoried to r.ceive and ro
ceipt for moneys dus ithe said firot.
W. MrUt, Receiver.
STOCKHOLDEllS' ME-ETI NG -THE AN
Tnal meang or the stockholders of the Iran
Mountain company Car the election of seven
trustees to serve for the enuingri year and such
otter huolnees aso may be introduced in accord
site, with the by-laws~ will tbe held an Tuesday,
flay 101, l892, at three o'cla~k p. it. atV the of Icis
of the eomtany, rooms s and 4, Bailey blook,
CHelsena, foat.
$. A. La P rK. t . HALE, President.
PlONEER MINING COMPANY. WORKS
l at ed Mountals. Lewis and o larkme
county, Montana-Notice is hereby given, tlaC at
a ineotlcc of the trustees of said company, hold
en the itth day of March. A. LI. 1551, an sosesse
mont of one and eas-Itaif Itt-h) cents per sits,,
wee levied upon tihs capital stook of said cam
pany, nisysh e on or before ithe 5ith day of Slay.
1893, o Aoros Bllad.secretary of the cons
p any, ream 8. tiold block, Helens, Lewis sail
Clarks county. Mentana. Any s olt npon which
aced asesesment ehlel Dteamn unpaid us ithe lath
day of May. 1892, sl~all lbe deemed dalinqueist,
anil wilt ho duty advertieod fec rale ettiubhie
auction, and on's a paytment shall be meals be
fore, wilt hi sots on tee 4th day of June, lath2, to
pay the deliotttnent assessment. together with the
Costs of edvertlaing and ox uenss of sale.
Secretary of Pioneer Mining company, coons 5.
Gold tlock. Halena Lewi ad Ca'-- outy
Monatnos. ~ ~ ony
R'alel t"tAu at f Intee r
aIT UATIONW AT II?-D-BY A UONAL
HAddn or an y p dkhoether l as uo dse ase,
Muts.u~ ktaioo Ios. Jl
O1TUATION A'ANTED-AS G H (OF NY
I Hin hoteny Pose homsre th relsaos f y;.
*hotel treerced. Addces or call room 20 t
don blocku e
SITUATIOANW WlTUD-EMTALIO '
+Advetimes suner husheadtheep time
t fay etireot.
SITUATION WANTED-TY WOMAN TO GO
al t by the ay wisfie 818 N. Lring
SITUATION WANTED-GENYRAL HOUSIE
eork or Caherk b work. Address Nt 9 20 S.
Raleighutreet.
SITUATION WANTjD-BY PRIOFESSIONAL
nurs; nt arai ofcontagion. diseases.
Address No. 20 S. ltaleigh street._____
blTUATION WANTED-SEWING OF ANY
kind to do at home at 55b Fifth avenos.
HELP WANTED - HOO'E.HEItR
wnuld like blele pl mon as is Ad
dress m. plac iorn tha slreet, ant Pan. o
W ANTUATED NS WANTElD-t ALE.
Advrtitsements ender this beas thes tImes
FR1EE.
SITUATION ANTE D-A STN O HER
and bookkeeper would likea position to work
two boors every night; good references. Address
Z. care IndepBedent. o d o t -
SITATONWANTED-TO PROSPECT.l A
all toots, inquire at, 80 N. Rodney.
SIAUATIOIWANTEL--BY DRUG COLE-K;
Sgood references. Address Albert St. , bc
phey. te S. Park avenue. Helena, Moot.
WTANTEDWA NTREi- WOlRK OFTWANY1
STA kind by day, hour or job1 such as beating
capes mewings lawns, claning bonses. tet.
HE1LP' WANTED) FlbENILAL
WANTED-A DRESSGMAKER THAT U I
rosad utting and fitting perfectly;
must bring references. Apply morningsthis I
week, room I, Grandon block.
WANTED)-TWO CUTTERS AND EIGHT
'dressmamkers at corner Lawrence and Pork 0
avenne. Mrs. J. It. Alexander. It
WTANTED - CHANDLERI 24 EDWARDS 1
VVstreet, bee places for girs on east and westJ
sides; clamber gi rl $20: waiter girl $25: laoryl
$25; kitohen girl $il; wonman cook, out of town,
WAANTED-GIRIL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
"work; waxes $25 per month. Call at 721
Spines street.,i
WANED-IRLTO GO IN COUNTRY. -
Cala 2 iestreet between six and .
seven p. m.
WATD" PPRENTICE GIRL FOR 0
dressmaking. Scandinavian Employment l
office, H06 Breckenridge street,.
W ANTED-A GIRL TO ASSISTIN;U_
oral honeework. Jns. N. Kenuk, cornerI
Stats and Dakota avenus.
WANED-IRLFOR GENERAL HOUSE- Li
work at th tate hote1, East Helena X
IATANTED-A NURSE GIRL BETWEEN 11 it
VYand 17 years old. Apply R9 lSouth Rodney. D
HELP WANTED-MALE.
WANTED-A MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS
not afraid to work, for the real estate and
insurance business. Address box 1230, Helena.
WTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK FOR
n meat and pastry. Skandinavien Employ
ment office.
WANTED-BARBER; FIRST-CLASS MAN;
steady job. Apply T. M, Nowak, Philips
burg, Mont.
WANTED-EXCELLENT CHANCE FOR A
gentleman of intelligence and activity Vs
represent largest cor poration in every city and
town in Montana. Address Videx, P. 0. Box
254, Helena.
WANTED-THREE YOUNG MEN TO RUN
as news agents on Northern Pacific rail
road. Apply to Northern News Co., Northern
Pacific depot. Most have security.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
12011 IENT-FURiNIStLEID AND UNFU't
.1'nished rooms, en suite or single. Homer
block, corner Clarke street and Park avenue.
Ti'OR RENT-THREE ROOM , WITH BATH,
for light housekeeping, to parties without
children; references exchanged. Address A., this
office.
'120 RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
1' rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block.
Grand street. Next door Hotel Helena.
BOARD AND ROOM OFF4'ERE V.
FOR BENT-SMALL FURNISHED ROOM,
su l fr lady or gentleman, with board,
at Mrs. Martin's, 428 Clarke street.
RDOOM AND BOARD AT 304 BENTON AVE
table pleaant furnished room, frut-class
OR RENT-ROOMS AND BOARD, 906
F Warren street, corner Sixth ave.
FOR RENT-ROOM Il PRIVATE FAMILY
Fwith or without board at 505 Ewing street.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOtUS.
1OR RENT-TWO 6-ROOM BRICK HOUSES
1eon Seventh avenue, between Davis and
Rodney' street. Apply D. Blacker, Ill N. Hod
ney.
FOR lENT-HERBERT B. REED & CO.,
Thompson block, opposite Grand Central
hotel, have the largest list of houses and rooms
for rent in tihe city.
F'uR RENT-STOIIE ON MAIN STREET,
largo and desirable; cheap rent. W. H. Cox;
Gold blork.
T OR RENT-STORE OR OFFICE 1OO1 IN
J.opera house. Steele & Clements.
TOR RENT-FINE LARGE BASEMENT ON
.1.Upper Main street. Steele & Clemente.
FORRENT-UNFURNISTIED ROOMS IN
5 opera house. Steele & Clements.
FOR RENT-DWELLINGS,
FOlR RENT-FIVyE RO00MS; 4113 5. RODNEY;
bath, hot and cold water, with nee of barn.
FOR RENT-THREE EO0MS; 611 B. ROD
ney; bath, hot and cold water.
FOR RENT-DESIRABLE RESIDENCE ON
Eighth aSenue, five doors below Rodney
strest; runt $2l.
'F1UR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE OF SIX
1' cooma. large yard, barn, 830; eight rosin
dwelling, bath and corner lot on east rods, $30;
eleven room house on Broadway with bath, for
nuce, gas. $11; cottage on Breckenridge, $10;
brick cottage on Alts street. $15 seven room
dwelling on leosta. near henton, il. Matheson
&t Co., Denver block.
OR RENT - FURNISHED HOUSE1, SIX
rooms, bath reoom and piano. Inquire at
Fowles' Cash Store.
'I'Olt RENT-.BRICK HIOUSE., EIGHIT WIN
.1 tes' wall fronm poetoficts. 7 r5ooms, bath
and wash reoms, hot and cold water tn taree
places, furnace. Inquire at u owlos Cash Store.
Fi01l IIENT-VERY DESIRABLE REIt
deuce, nine rooms, on Rodnsy street near
Sixth avenue. Steele & Clemuntos
FOR RENT-HSI-ROOMuFRAME HOUSE ON
Eleventh avenue, $!0 per month. Steele &
t'lements.
F1'OR RENT-SiVEN HOOMS IN IOUSE,
ill Blreckenridge street ",rtooms now occu
pied by rooms aol will remain i deiirod o
F0OR RENT-UMNURNISiED ROOA N AND)
apartmntes of all kinds and in desirable
lurationo ut$i to $10 per room. Call so~l scam.
ins our nist. Wallace A Thsrnuergt, Denver
building.
I'O1tSALv.--tlllYlLt, COLUCMlIlA, 52
lneh wheel;lfirst-class condition; $l2; a bar
gain. Adidress P. o. box 851.
Ii IL ALEUPRC1II'PIANO -AT A BARt
tagan u15slks street.
01IL SALE-IiAIIGAIN IN YUIINI'l.UhtE
F70wl iyalthe furniture Is tes tBroadi
way inludng edand table lines aud a new
$!W4 Iislher upright piano.
*l.;`Ol SAL E-TWO WI1OVN, COOIK INGl AND
.1 hoatiug. both for woo,,d cheep. Inuirle,
306 larrison avenue.
Ij'OllNALN-FltItL VKR1; .titPI'S, slittvF
No bab h e ~ ~ -qtter ditlatingabin ldtcan be ;lobdainthti. From l
deed-game stock. good otonhe sand bodies. Ad
dress, Ed. Patterono. Itismurek. N. D).
FOR PAlE-. -BICYCLE 1011 LIESS 'I 4N
utu hgilf ifty incur won id heel. tball ovrbearixg. Ad.
drss1o 0, (thedals, Monet..
Full SALE?-E'SlAjHt-g 5111111 MEiICAN'U1LEJ
Improvsed real setatelnrl~tlena, let elso Clenm
FO BA
oratree t. .oý soe, q ii ,1I ºeis
orything nl for C we] I 4t
ranch. Priot, an;. ,pfr
Matheson50 ,t C ao . rer e . 0
acr don ut lpas sn $0460
class xarettnms neater who ba; on the
enptl n o~ get 100 gu me topyfo
cneorn erm. Ox125 ms~ ruwatger di tio rne e
nimet dispsele of trie. Addres Herb ot sed,
Bailey block,
OR BALE- OUBEHOLD REIIDITMRII
2for sale at bargain, Callat 1 O1
S plate al ts o ind oteeaa On
Ie therefor let sole gale m entile t atno
FOR BAE-2.0 NEWM DERNDWEAND
a ktctenea Ourinjaar.Monm~tlan a.e cmerytea for
coupete epineg rder, with eantyh, of tiber
neate mll l r afor ceIn fol ont ra
tiounat hantaiinolnhelughsteam omotramlid ton
ml osf"" trc eansaterms can of mnad to re
pOnsbl partE-s; lumbr Ai beO take In ay
Ieterfore ofe e saln tire conern io rosireleo
tetOO nerM nabr ontana. iryia t
F OR SALE L1.-0REALD5-ROTATE. L
copeerning onlrde br, with pleoty of Ptimber
nea the55 dil everytlane for tmoes al opera-nt
FOR ALN00FETIN~ BOLEkADI
tion at terms Aer nrotea ethotlds onotho
mleot mrayk have theyearms tinbmae to pyor it
FORBLEGO ALOT OEAL ETA TREE
o'0atheson & Co., Denver block.
OR ALE-$2,500 W BTWOSTORY RESIDENCE
an obildin oNinth aveune, between Coeattie
and Lnaleigh; this ia a bargain. "Steels & 1Clm
ents.
E'O01 SALE-$i00, FORl AN EXCE;LLENT
corner, 10x121, in lEroadwater addition one
b ck from electric line.. Matheeon A Co., ben
vcr block.
FOR SLE-SOE 'OOD IIESIDENCEI
$a,0 down~. balance inayer. MahsnAC.
Denver block.
F OR SALE-OlRIBh. KENCEt ADDITION;
come nchoice Iota on Highland street at $ilO;
one-third down, balance six and twelve months.
Miatheson & Co., llenver block.
F'Ol SALE-$2,5tl; NEW MODERN DWELL.
Jmug, lull, fve rooms, with bathroom fullly
equipped, hot and sold water, sewer connection,
gepubncorner lot on Chaucer street, four
blcs rmcourt hones; only $500 down, $2X1
per month. Matheson & Co., Denver block.
FF SALE-$375 FORl A GOOD LOT IN
Erawater adition. one block from elec
tric line. Matheson &o Co.
ORSALE-$l.850; GOOD 5-110011 DWELL.
lag end large barn with lot on Peosta ave.
one; $500 down, balance on time at 8i per cent.
Mtatheson & Co.
FO AE300FEET IN BOYCE ADDI
tina 2per.r. Matheson A Co.
FOR SALE-GOOD LOT ON ALTA STREE
for $400. Matheson & Co.
I4'OR SALE-Slat WILL BUY A FINE LEVEL
'lot in F~lower Garden addition, near Mon.
tana avenue. 50xliO; best bargain in the addition;
1100 down, $10 per month. Matheson & Co.,
Denver block.
SOR ALE-$1,850: HANDSOME 5-ROO0
JO dwelling on Division street; $200 down, $26
per month; city water; house just completed.
Matheson & Co. D~enver block.
OR SAL -U LAPRIL 15, LOT 50xlio
erbock Davi stet 75. Matheson A Co., Den
ver block.
tOR SALE-FINE HAY RANCH OF 840
D ree only $4 per acre. Matheson & Co.,
Denver block,
FOR SALE-IIAY RANCH AT HELMSVILLE
-all fenced, stab.sa and cabin; controls best
range in Nevada valley; splendid water and lots
o8 it; can be irrigated with one gate; said to pro
duce four tons of timothy to the acre;, price,
$2,800; 51,500 down, balance on time. Matneson
F Co.. Denver block.
FOR SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK
residence en west side, only two blocks
from Main street; fronts on two streets; very
cheap. Steele & Clemente,
FON SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK
few minutes from postolfce, at great bargain.
Steele & Clemente.
FOR SALE-$3,200, 85x88, 8-ROOM BRICK,
42xi88. 9-room briek cellarwter bt~o -tl
sigh stress, 551,100, 50x100 feet. 8-room frame
honses on Itauser boulevard; 64,500. 4i5xi00 feet.
5-room frame house on Broadway. H. S. French
A Co.
FOR SALlf-ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON
Fwest sids at a bargain; ten rooms, furnace.
bath room and all modern fittings; good barn
and outbuildings. Win. Muth, sit,
FOR BALE-TWO SIX-ROOM HOUSES ON
Fwest side; easy terms. near new school
building, foundry and electric lines. Win.
Muth, agt.
FOR SALE-FIFTY FEET ON HELENA
avenue near foot of Rodney at three-fourths
actual value. Steele & Clement..
FOR SALE-A FINE CORNER ON NORTH
F Main street i10x2 feet, fronts on thres
streets; will be sold at a great sacrilice. Steele &
Clement..
OR SALE-A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON
Fprominent avenue; bas all modern improve
ments and is in good condition; price very low
and terms to suit; a snap. W. H. Cog, Gold
block.
L'OR SALE-I HAVE SEVERAL NICE RES
1 idences on the west side for sale at differ
ent prices and terms. Parties wishing to bhy a
home will do well to call and se. what I can of
fer. Win. Muth, egt.
FOR M ALE-ELEd ANT RESIDENCE ON
Madison avenue, west side, east front, lot
l25x200 feet; cash buyer can secure a great bar.
gain. Steele & Clements.
L7OR SALE-RENTAL PROPERTY IN ORIG.
Final towusite; will sell on easy terms, at a
great sarrifite, imptroved property on Bluff
street and on Pine street. Steels & Clements..
OR i ALE-51,00; $850 CASH, BALANCE
on nyng tm bu a now three-room house;
let 50xl25. Addees0 box 1771, city.
R01 SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN
1 Hauser addition at very low prices. Win.
Moth, 1It.
FjOR SALE-LOW-A0 CHOIC BULDNGAL
lo facingea on brgoain term hotsuitgroteeld
(lestfrsno Win- Math, art.
T OR SALE-NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE IN
SBroadwater addition, only one block front
electric motor; small payment down, balance
installments. Steele & Clements.
FOR SALE-5l00040 FEET ON LYNDALE
cavenue at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele A
Cl aments. acre o arn tet
ii'IO SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST
-'ranchesih ontana, 2,080 acres, every asre
canbe irrigated and have abundance of water,
line range on every side, good market for everyy-higpoueod Prvmnt;wlbes
eta great bargain. . Cox, Gold block.
FORL ALE--LOI0S ANDA4 IEAL , ATOKAL
Iis 11l, the new railroad town in the Flat
bead valley, l4 in. Moth, act.
FORUl SALE--WAiIEitOUS OSI L
rsee ou e on 1. Cight of way. $100. Math.
P lt SALE-$T1,8B, 75x2I5 FEET. 4-11005
frame house. Broadwater moetr line, A6.500,
dre130 feet, i-room frame house, 10 feet doubts
frontage on Besnto and Park avenue, bosinese
propdrty; $5,000, 8i4xo feoot. 8-room frame house
on Lawrence street; $5,000. 100x140 feet 5-room
brick honses on Elleventk avenue. N. S. 1'reneh ,A
ORt BALE-$5,000 40x100 FEET, A-ROOM
F brick, bath, cellar, ste., asfixture., douhle
frontage on two streets.. Hf. S. French ACe.
ýjOR SALE-$5,000, 50x140 FEET, 8-11001M
Ffreme honge, a corner on Warren streees
so avne, 850 40x1lS feet. S-room frame
hou eiorern Chaucer street; $1,500. 4OuilS
feet. li-room frame house on Chancer street. I:.
14. Freud, A Co.
IF'U~l SALE-LOTS ON FIFTH AVENUE AT
$5600 each; one-third down, balance in six
and twelve mnonthe. Matheson At Co.
F OL SAL.E-$1.S00. 15x1ll 4-R1005 FRIAME
A on Dakota avenue; 61,100, 50318, 7-room
frame banse, Blake street; $4,000, dlxtI feet,
9-room brick on Sixth avenue, Ileattle; $5100.
$5x88 feet, li-room brick on Ieattle street. id. ti.
French A Co.
011 SALEt-SI$100 l0al4l FEET I-ROOM
F frame house en liwtchi avenue-, 8500, 10x140
feett, I-rom brick house on Flghth avoniw
wa fX1 -room006 ee fraineho zlose on red
~ FreA ~okbone..
U~tSAlC-CRNERLOT 1110x150, on heel
r 0esideesteetI~~n the city; full d~ew of
eeq.s~ide and valley. Addrese bo 1777, city
Vtlt SALE-"AT A BAROiAIN-10 FEET ON
Broadway near Hobsack easy terms. 64
dress poetoifr* box 95, Helen..
17011 MSALx06E-oFORn $00 OQOD1 HUILI.iSOG
11 lo 5011 o outh end of Rodney stceet;
address boy. 577, cIty poetolilce.
V0 ftabi tre
ANTE odd 8 x VM iý. OR Aoorg toTE
o veadea. W
roeeto aie for eqityo yaimrovd.O
[AD D WEA1DA 0 A A
ra ~d TiADI4 st A~lDplEoW
VCr ..i net r, Balt ae bity Utah
15 neo
rSrate; street, t h r oed
tr sid he; Thompdon belkon b rush.bann eni
O MOthI. agn.
O0A al BUYEe pia1et weknow w ld
ONE O lua DOeA- ngeor & rwEoMfNg.
Hane clme to suit low rtofnerest, Wno t
TNFORMATION WANTEOR - AB PTO THE
threabots de Edwthe d Jae Ktoel, tag
Clemear. . onta, int h
WAN'' 'TO BIL7 A SX-IOO TOOU
ws furloed s an hee derthis o rotfhe
t2 aNtH Dal l andte e ano te A IEn
er bod y of lor aeqi fyee dlarove Soted oel
wontanatet wo s inet holle ui fld athe than-e
suiny oustnen bColleote Celatd estate la th
proptrtytor oa half interest. Apply to Win,
SCANIAVA i PLM CE,
WANTEDi--SAW MILJ. AND LOCATION BY
''mill man `where there is good market, or
accessable body of timber. Gdive full partlon.
lars. E. EL. Brigge, Salt Lake City, Utah.
15 P.R ENT UARNTEE ONINVEST
Joan. Fora paaartioimlarae call or addreee McDonald,
Anning & ModLeod, 6 and I Atlasa lock, Helena,
Iclonts
WN A r'1eD- CSTME FOB 9NH OF
low for cash. Wmn Muth. rc
W ANTED"' TAD A 9-BOOM MOUSE
oeastad, hardwood floor and finleh.
bath, furnae., almodern convenieorce, for mn
improved property. or will sell equity for $5,000.
LOST.
LOST A PCKTOOK CONTAINONt* PA.
for return of same to this office.
MONEY To LOAN.
IICo., Thompson block oposie Grand Cen
tral hotel, loan from $10 to 401,000.
MONOEY TO ,LOAN-Hi. B. PALMElI. SEE
ad..page8.'
TO OANIN UMSTOSUlT. LOW RATES
ofinereoStel AClements..
VONIEY TO LOAN-STEELE & CLEMENTS.
o5I. umsnto siut, low rate of interest, no
commmission. no iatereat in advance, no delay.
TNFORMATION WANTED - AS TO THE
-'whereabonts of Edward James Kelly. aged
81 years, weight about 100 pounde. light rem
pexo hihfie feet ceven inches. lie left
1Monona county. Iowa. in the apring of 1881. Hie
wes laat heard from at HoVer'. ranch on the
Moaselahell, Montana, In May, 1891. where he
was employed as a aheep herder. Hiii hrother
will be very thankful to any one who will comn
muicuate any information to him at his addrees,
J. W. Kelly, Helena. Montana.
N NETOCRtEDITORSE- ESTATE OF
Notice is hereby given by this cadersigned, ad
csinlstrator of the estate ef Rlebseca Hl. Ewing,
deceased, to the creditors ef, and all pereens
havng claims gainst the said deceased. ter ex
hibt tem iththeaecessary vouchers. withia
four montha after the fiust publisation of this
i utica, to the sacid administrater at Prickly
Pear valley, county of Lewis appd Clarke, elate of
Montana. the came being the place for the trans
action of the business of maid estate ia the
counaty of Lewis and Clarke.
W. H. EWING.
Administrator of the estate of Rebeeca B. awlng,
deceased.
Dated April H8, 1192.
SHERIFF'S SALE-MARGARET F. LEE
senger. L. Whitehead and 1lidwar~i Whitehead,
defendants..
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the
district court of the First judicial district of the
state of Montana, in and for the county of
Lewis and Clarke, on the 1th day of May, A.
D. 1892, in the above entitled action, wherein
Mdargaret F. Lee. the above named plaintiff,
obtained a judgment and decree of foreoloenre
and eatl against Mary M. Messenger, Charles
Meesenger, L Whitehead and ldward White
hoad, defendant., on the 8th day of May,
A. o . 184?, for the sam of $1,d04.90b
beindes interest. costs and attorney fees, which
said decree wae on the 8th day of May, A. D.
1882. recoedHd in Judgment heok No.. G. of said
cor atpge- 1 am commnandeid to asel all
thatmcetipnIt.fpiece cr parcel of land,
sitUnterlying and being in the county of Lewis
and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and
described as follows to-wit:
Lot numbered o s t). in block -numbered
eighty (80). of the Northern Pacific addition to
the city of Helena, county and state aforesaid.
Saidlothavig afronageof fifty (5l0 feet and
adepthfne undpredand forty (140 feett ac
cording to, and ae described upon the official
plat of the said named addition, which plat is
now on file In the manner provided by law, in
the office of the county reoorder of the said
county of Lewis and Clarke.
Together with all and singular the tenements,
hereditniouts, and appurtenancee theirunto be
longing or in eny wisa appertainiog.
Publit notice is hereby given that on Satorday,
the 28th day of May. A. D. 1802. at 12 o'clock m.
of that day at the front door of the court honue
Helena, Lewis and Clarke county. Montana, I
will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree
of fee erlosure and sate, tall the above described
property, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satiafy' eaid judgment, with interest
and coets, to the highset and aet bidder for cash
in hand.
Given under my hand tibi 6th day of May, A.
D. 1882.,
CHAS. M. JEFFEBIS, Sheriff,
By tAnyic G2. Jovesost, Deputy Sheriff..
SHEIF'S MAr tHERY F. C. KLEIN
Schit pianitllff Va. 'Andrew N. Patton,
The Northwaetecn Land'& Investmaent company
and (4. W. E. tiriffihb, cusitee, defendants.
Unader and by virtue of an order of aala and
s ere, of foreclosure and sale teased out of the
ietdot court of the First judjelal tiists4et of the
st~ate of Mpnlana, in a nil or ita county of
Lewis eand Csarkq. on the 11th d~ay of April. A.
D.18fl In the. above ezntitled art'on, wherein
Heaer F. C. Ele nachthidt. the alsov. nazne4
pplaint. obtained a jsdgment and deer-a of
fereoloeser and sale agaiitý Andrew 14. Patton,
one of the above nlamed dgefedante. ott the 11th
day of Aprili, A. 1)'. 18,- fee the smu of 5112.905.12,
lade ineres, cati nd ttorney faee. whish
1982,-eeeorded in Judgment bunk No. C,. of sa ri
court at pegs 478, 1 ate commanded to sell all
thoee certaiu lets. plaers or parceis of land,
eltoats, lying and hoein In the seunty of Lewis
end Clash.. etdts of Montana, and bounded and
described as follows, to-wit:
All those certain lae ics or parcels oif
land, situate. lying an being in Itesedale addi
tion to the city of Helesu, county uv Lewla and
tiarke elate of Montana, and particularly dle
soribesi ees follows, to-wit: ) looses etnetr (18)),
seventeen 1171. eIghteen (18). nineteen (1).)
twenty (20). tweaity-ons (21), twenty-two 122).
twenty-tkiree S2). twenty-four (24), twenty-five
Ill), twenty-six CIl), and twsuty-oevatn (11), of
Rosedals addtitioen to itse city of Hoelona. to
gether wNa strip of ground fenr hundred ead
sixty ( fo61 filong 17 forly-two (421 feet wide,
ooiempija the south frontage of kiook nineteen
(I) haldn st~ of the green aleces~ary for
Clay atreet, accerdiag to the silat of said addi
tion on ftie In the offcs of thme county recorder
of the said corntyof Lewis and Clarke..
Togpether with oll end singular the tenements,
hsoomiltarseete, and appurtenanocs thereunso be
Ionsn or to en wiai apperteining.
P Tblienoticee ns hereby given that on Satusrday,
the Hth day of 'May, A. D. 1882. at812 o'clock im.
othtdyath rout door of the court house.
Ife oea. tewis anti Clarke cosunty. Mnnsntu, I
wil, in obedietc to said orderot sale and degree
of foreoloeure and sale, roll the above descrihed
5prsoyrty, or s o muich thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said ludgenet. with itelrest
and costs, to the higheet and best bidder for cash
in hand.
Given unuder my hand thte 3di day of May, A.
D.19. CHAS. H. JEFFIfRISI, Sheriff.
By Fnnn B. Hoes. tUnder Siheri,.
]*PATENTS."..
United Statues and Foreign Pat.
ants obtained and any in~formnatiom
givoe Ee
EDWARD C. RUSSELL,
Attorney at Law.
Pitt~sburgh Block. HIelena, MoatO~
asIan flthe count? a
'ev~tk ymtn Wae war Albert
bg to the
to g 1 aý. ic ofgd
wo . '
ment r 9$1haconv, iiip i deilt
o it dto pr au ýý teelsg to t
aon at si cPON
ist" ua~ t leaur.hook
et y tutI M.e iºinna rc .
r e 0 tb
s s tiakA tottgabe wn eent t
w t repmlw of eve dal o hewithWa dao,eta
tho rifles tt t e t paid c dmp tt
ote ;it4 furthorelie a~ maet eam meisn
t{ a e a t satoni s eug*t2 aac pstore fully
Ant for $1,e rinoiplnd nteton atth rt
nd 12 larkcosthi per dtay of MJuy 1, 189th,
f55t eonari~ to asr noe a
a mu , Iards, in sad eigdak A, tbsp hlutnit
Anedl] seOyc ai lotgg wn e twe
ta of said ofn e desatb onerwth svrtatein
stif ontai ounly, abtedoring to iam and. theon
ohe to a. ntf o
l'andts bondaie aso ae dsthenutal mred 0o1n
bloe alowed by stahe eorpt, ean at the said de
dnorts disaoder a nd running climn otdenterl
nobshuloen io th eaidon of tsaid mortaete
cnoubracecse, or otewie may ofHaseleani
e hanr ty-iv Eq spi n~tet of on kni a
rae tox hs 1"nte th dia etweeo ,ihd ca Dbrop
feei ansnd of ad ihn and thiock e o, tenuiy 0o
a HARong . theEIS lesb Sh'si osanerifftw
d.t n. tho a ner eothenffcst hao a e octi
agiost said deenath, hoees one huvdretd foott
the delaceeof afegianping. Adtoball the prcesuof
,rafrthe sale of thedd~ premimisroerl by ictiie i
to stiff cto of hod out Aucamingtol heen, ten
eqitabie tope thi orte pallmet appar mthe fmolll
itnst the oplaintft and tiehe en. sdaoua
apear allwd byaae the ei courmpldtait, the sabdove
reqduire, the said pesn laintiff wilnadlet thew
soursqet to the rexecuio dadofi tie cad orplaint
upovn unermybad ahndeieether sea of tohsere ds
tinct racert ofrh ohrwiset udicial distarict of th
soelated of Mnada riht and for tem corunuty ofLei
yearp~io of ouLor. ig tlenaesardigh hundryear
aheedf nine tyatwo. nif a ae cto
aydiceodaty aapJ. egrnaY, he puoety ofe'
othon in ond outhryoe of ha eimet adi
truictacourtof thes corto aldl applearsc morefothe
sntate ofmolantna on adfore tlte conyfLei
And yolarke. i heuty notfie thrato ieyou fgailnto
appdeKrbyndul attwesthead theplaist, day aofverl
A. ird,10, t1hae siplenied upo aill apyt thergh
titen mundinerestan ndb sa of the maddv IKryin nt
titour the th~decIrirejdiciroalsryict ofthed
slan ofMntl~de alfna. iner inanfo the conyontLew
dChreomnn la im,,located day ion Mile, un-th
orand ied iiu isrct ewsan lak
county . Ckutnapa abotorne-hafo mileaiotith o
theo -n of hlrenands wssest roi uby cfteek.
Ths oateoMntaa in 1,10 feeth longnby oft feetwide
and itske bondariesi are distictWlyo markeaupns
thei giroudby, suytakestor pote' ast follows Aprlei
iAg at 18iecohaer anvid running100fe alltherigh
totl a pe akd"es-nd centeres"o the si ~v~ib nc anti
totfolwn dstcmrkbed rpty sotuatheas cot
Lerw"tand feetk wcsnter, Mtoana poiz.ak:
An condmarked hat n(rt)winteornsti" thenc Monte
eat estto aiin peatm moarked "i nortiet corner.
theanczed minin fee southito aewst markd Clareas
eondy, eonter" abnoutic ofe-halaioneo saidh clai
his recatoren hoo 1,0 ofee longs pag 102 uetwie
anthercrs bofndaLews ar itndCtlak county. upon.
totc iot herkeby ico thatoend Tontday. thenc lth
fet ouhloa, ¶1. lmAatke th hourhs or-ii
" southwet corner t thene 00front doort tof th
cour esthtose ia t mred city noftes crelena
county an0dee stoutet aforsaid arwill sellat
th, e rgt il n nter.Anoies of lcthe o said Dlavid
Kirecoye in abdook to of abovederrbe prg12op.
tertord the higewst biddelrk fcaohnty hand.
Noiven undermy hvand the, onThe Iday. of 2t
May. A. Dly . 1892. a h hu f1
o HARoEk M. JEofB saddahe tefon orioff.l
the rih. tiose. ande inheris ff. eadDai
SHERIFF SALE-CLAUDA C. KENNETT
Br aisap , to M. Annea .Biso nd John O.
Briscoe, Anton I. hater and t. . Holter, coA
artnser under the firm name and style of A. ML
hotter iBrother, and sinah Consolidated Min
ingCompany imited. [email protected]
Uder de vrtueof an or2der of sale and
deoreo of iorccloeurb eod sate jsedo at of the
ddistrict court of the Frat judicialsudiotrict of the
Sy the 20th day of April, A. D.
189, in the above entitled actione whr erein
Claund C. Kennett. the above named plaintiff,
obtained a judgment c d decree of forewlsure
and eels egaiost Anna . Briscoe mud John 0.
artoers tn r oe km name mad styleof A. at.
Halter & Brots~e e nd KMsh~ Consolidated Min-.
lng Coi pa y, Li sted defendants, en thyi 10th
day of April. A. D. h1tk0 fer the sum of s4 ti2t
besides ino terest, costs and attorney feet whiscn
eaid decree was on the 2oth day of April, A. D.
1o94, recorded in judgment book No. G of
said court at pags 102 I am cemmandet
to n11 all those centain 6 pieces or parcelsof
land, sita, lylngan hi t o pgr gsle county of
Lewf areo Clarke, staete noene, asd
wosnded and decrihbed at f 84ows, to-Wit.:
Lot number onoe () in p1anmie ty (.0)
th onyo etl drO1a tee elte of Mon
tana eas ad lt a al y soe~llncj
sadtw ens o onfaI~en t W ann.Y revdeI
by law in the eý'o0 of the c sits} riecorder of the
maid coenty of Lewis and Clarke.
Tog ether with all and singular the tenements.
heresiiaments and appartenapeys thereaunto b
longing or in anywase appertalootg.
Public notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday.
the 26th day of May. A. D. 1899. at 12 o'clock
m. of that day at Cie front doer of the courthosee
Helena, Lewis and ClisOs county Montana, t
will , in obedience o 0 of gesead decree
of foreclosure an eel above described
property, or so hucib thereof ma may be nteessary
to satiety maid judgpieat with tntereet and costis.
lb the highest end beet tvdder. for cash in hand.
Given under my haad this 2d day of May,
A. D. 1692.
C~dAS. 21. JE.FFKRBIH Sheriff.
By F.. IL oss. onder Sheit
S HERIFF'S SALE - SECOND NATIONAL
bank of Helena, Montassa, plaintiff, vs.
James W~. Coeley. Catherese Coaley, Geoorge F.
Wooleton and Mary I. Wooleton, defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of male and
decree of foreclosure end sale leooed out of the
district court of the First judicial district of the
state of )Montana, in mod fee the county of Lewis
sod Clarke, on the 2id day of April. A. D.
1682, in the abov, entitled action. wherein the
loecond National hank ef Helena, Montana. tie
above namned plaintiff obtained a judgment and
decres of foreclosure and sale againest James W.
Conley, l'athereno Coniey, George F. Wooleton
Mary 1. Woolatob, defessdante, on the 21st day
uTApril, A. D. 1102. for the sum of 5116.27, be
sdee intereet, coats and attorney fees, which
said decree was on the 21st day of April, A. D.
5802, recorded in judgment book No. "G" of
said court at page -. I am commanded
to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land, situate, lying and being in the county of
Lewis and Clarke. state of Montana, and
bounded and described aso follows, to-wit:
A certain parcel of land composed of a part
of the northeast quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section." thIrty-oen (i1), is township tee
(10). north of range three (8) *et~o in county and
state aforesaid, and more particularly described
as follows, to-wit.:
Ete inntg at slut in the south line of Breck
enridgo street, from which the northeast corner
of section thirty-one (ll) aforesaid, bears north
forty fi0) discreem. forty-five (it) minutes east
nine hundred eighty-seven and 7-i0l (9781-100)
feet; thence outwardly forty-two (42) feet along
the eoath line of Breckenridge street to a poet1
thence south nine-three feet (9s) three 13) inches
to a. post: thence west parallel to the seuth line
of lirechesridge treat forty-two (1'1) feet to a
p ret: thence north to the plare of beginning,
being a frontageof forty-two (42) feet on the
south side of Broekenridge street, by a depth
of ninety feet and three inches bstween parallel
¶io getber with all and singular the tenements,
herjgiissients and appurtenancess thereunto be
inneintr or in anywise appertaining.
l'ublic notice is hereby given that on Saturdas -
tlhs 14th day, of May, A. D. ltitl at 11 o clock
is. of thet dy t the ~ront door of the courthouss
hlvlents, Lewis and Clerks county, Montena, i
witl., in r,hsvllcucr to said ordor of sasleeand decree
of forectoenre end eale. cell the shore described
property, or so much thereof as may be necessary
ti stly amd Jdgment with interest and costa,
to tie hiiest. end beet bitdder, for caeh in hand.
(iven under my hand this 2id day of April,
A. D. 189 2.
CliHAS. It, JIfifFE~gtIS, sheriff.
Bly RlALP-n G. Joeseort, Deputy Sheriff.
RO.. .HVEY & BICKEL,
CIVIL AND MINING
ENGINEERS.
ROOMS 24, 28.
Merchants NationeS
Dank luiulding.
ioliona, Montaiis4

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