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ber, fences and outbaildings were pros- I
trated. The arehteat damage was done in
the Catholic monastery at Marienated. 1
The church and monastery buildings were
destroyed, valued at $19,000. Matthew
Brills house was blown down, he and his
children receiving injuries thought to be t
fatal. I
WANT A COIORED BISHOPI.
Efforts to That Direetton lBeing Made at
Omaha.
OMAHA, May 10.-Bishop Fitagerald pre-I
sided at to-day's session of the Methodist
conference. It seems to be the prevailing t
opinion that no bishop will be elected at c
this session. The committee on episco
pacy was not ready to report this morning
on account of the fact that the colored t
brethren are working hard to aseare the I
eleotion of a colored bishop. 'the report %
probably will be delayed till Thursday or
"riday. There is a hot contest for the edi
torship of the Advocate at St. Louis be
tween Dr. Marsden, of St. Louis, Dr. Bow
man Young, of Kansas City, Dr. Creighton, I
of Nebraska Wesleyan university. For I
agent of the book concern at Cincinnati the
chief candidates are Dr. Curtis, of Chicago, i
and Dr. Maxfield, of Omaha.
The report of the committee on World's
fair was called for. The report declared i
the exposition a meritorious undertaking;
that the church rejoiced in the prospect of I
its aucoes, but declared that it should be '.
closed on Sunday; that this is a Christian
nation, and it would be flying in the face of
providence to open the gates on the Lord's I
day. The committee heartily favored the t
5,000,000 appropriation, but only with a
proviso that the gates be closed on Sunday,
and recommended that a telegram bearing i
the sentiments of the reoret be sent the
president and conuress. After some debate i
the preamble and resolutions were en- t
dorsed, but recommitted for revision and a
the committee instructed to send a tele- I
gram to Washington approving the object
of the fair, but protesting against opening
it Sunday. t
The report of the committee on constitu
tion was then taken up. Dr. Neely then
took the floor to explain the meaning of the
constitution. He gave a history of thatc
document since its adoption in 1888, with t
subsequent amendments. Hie hoped the
conference would decide once for all whichc
parts of the church government were con
stitutional and which were simply re
trictive rules. IThis definition is necessary
to decide what could and could not be
changed by conferences without concurrent
action of the annual conference.
Dr. Little said the conference should
proceed very cautiously. The admission of
laymen, for instance, was a question never
submitted to annual conferences. If the
general conference had no power to make
charges in the constitution without the
consent of annual conferences, the admis
sion of laymen in 1872 was unconstitutional,
and laymen had no right in the conference. I
Dr. Buckley declared the rights of laymen
secure, even if they were not admitted by
constitutional amendment. The restrictive
rules guaranteed them seats in the confer
ence. After further discussion Mr. Fields,
of Philadelphia, moved that the whole
matter of changes in the constitution be
postponed to the next general conference.
CONNECTICUT DEMOCRATS.
1legates to the Tational Convention
Are not Instructed.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., May 10.-The demo
cratic convention met this morning. Judge
Walsh, temporary chairman, made a speech
brging that the delegates be instructed.
After the appointment of committees a re
cess was taken. After reconvening Gea. E.
Bradley, of New Haven, was made perma- I
nent chairman. Mention of the name of 1
Cleveland, in his address, arouse un- t
bounded enthusiasm. The delegates
arose, cheered, threw up their hats,
then three lusty cheers were given for him,
This was followed by cheers for Hill,
mingled with a few hisses from Cleveland
men. Delegates to the national conven
tion were then selected. The platform
demands tariff revision on the lines of the
national platform of 1888; demands free
raw materials; denounces the McKinley
bill, applaud the integrity, statesmanship,
lofty patriotism of the administration of
Grover Cleveland; denounces the adminis
tration of Harrison. There is not a word
said as to instructing delegates for any
particular candidates.
On the subject of money the platform
declares for a stable currenoy of gold, sil
ver and paper, founded on coined money of
last obtainable fluctuation in value, and re
gards the unlimited coinage of silver dol
lars worth but 67 cents each with legal ten
der attributes attached as financial heresy,
certain to result in a proportionate reduc
tion in wages, the unsettling of contracts,
and widespread distress.
IOWA DEMOCRATS.
They Will Meet in State Convention To
day-Favor Boles.
COUNCIL BLUrr.S, May 10.-The state of
Iowa will send a solid delegation to the
national demooraiio convention instructed
to vote as a unit for Horace Boise for pres
ident of the United States. These instruc
tions will be emphatic and Hawkeye demo
crate will not think of a second choice until
Boies no longer has hope of receiving na
tional favor. Should this contingency
arise the Iowa delegation will doubtless
cast a solid vote for Cleveland. The con
vention meets here to-morrow to select del
egates. The only contest in the convention
is likely to be over the financial plank,
Congressman Hlayes is he-e from Washing
ton as leader of a formidable element
which will protest against any declaration
in favor of free silver. The last two demo
cratic state conventions of Iowa declared
for free coinage, but the indications are
that the present one will declare for the
coinage of both gold and silver to the great
est extent compatible with equal inter
change of circulating mediums.
BLAINE MEANT IT.
When He Said He Would not Be a Presi
dential Candidate.
WASHINGTON, May 10.--Postmaster Man
ley. of Augusta, Me., one of Blaine's moat
faithful followers, has been in Washington
several days and held a number of consul
tations with Blaine. Before leaving for
home he said: "There is nothing in this
new talk about Blaine and the presidency.
When he wrote that letter last February to
Clarkson, in which he stated that his name
would not go before the convention for the
nomination, he meant it. He has not
changed his mind since. He says frankly
to those who speak to him on the subject
that he feels better than for a long time.
He knows no reason why ho should not live
for years but is conscious that he could not
endure any great, unusnual strain. He does
itot intend to place himself in a position
where such strain could not be avoided.
Third P'arty Platform Acceptable.
PITTsnuno, May 10.-The quarterly meet
ing of the executive board of the Knights
of Labor will be held to-morrow. Pow
derly says reports show an increase in
membership during the past three months
of over 3,000. Thbis is unprecedented. Dis
trict Master Workman Dempsey said the
board is likely to take action on the people's
party platform, as it was more acceptable
to the knights than that either of the old
parties.
Nothing to Say.
NEW Yonx, May 10.-A reporter to-dac
sent a copy of Henry Watterson's state
ment that Grover Cleveland is preparing i
letter of withdrawal, to Cleveland. Wat
terson'e statement was returned with thi
following in Cleveland's handwriting or
the back: "I have nothing to say upon thi
subject."
The Great Northern
Leaves Helena daily at 11:10 a. m. and i
the short fast line to the east. They rui
palace, dining and sleeping cars and fre
colonist sleepers. Cheap one -way, ale
round trip tickets on sale at city ticks
.iie. No. 6 North Main street.
B. H. LANGLEY,
General Ticket Agent.
FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS.
Many Representative womea Gatheed
at Chicago to Organtas.
OHICAGO. May 10-.-Nearly 400 deleattee
to the federation of women's clubs, which
is about to hold a biennial sess~on here, are
in the city. Headquarters are at the Pal
mer Hones, and a number of meetings were
held to-day. T1'o-mtrrow the ouonvenion
will hold the firat session in Central Music
hall, and be called to order by Mrs. Char.
lotte Emerson Brown, first president of
the federation. Many well-known
women will attend. The object
of federation is to discuse and
compare methods of condnuting women's
clubs throughout the world in order to
mutually benefit each other. The assoola
tion was organized in 1889 at a meeting of
Sorosis in New York, but this is the first
general gathering of a national councll of
women as a distinct body. They held an
executive session in the Palmer house to
day. The meeting was presided over by
Mrs. May Wright Sewell, of Indianapolis,
and among those present were Francis Wil
lard and busan B. Anthony.
'The reports of three important commit
tees, which have been at work for a year,
were discussed. One committee has ben
working to secure equal rights for women
in divorce courts and to get equal represen
tation upon divorce committees seeking to
have uniform divorce laws in each state.
The question of suitable business dress for
women was the work of another committee,
while Mrs. Loland Stanford, Harriet Tay
lor Upton, and others, have been working
to secure from the feoderal government the
passage of a bill exacting equal pay for
equal work performed by women and men
in the service of the government.
The women suffragists also held a meet
ing, resulting in the formation of a society
to work for the bringing about of equal
suffrage. Ex-Senator Castle. of Sandwich,
Ill., was chosen president; Olympia Brown,
of Racine, Wis., vice president at large;
Mrs. A. J. McKinney, corresponding secre
tary.
One Hundred Years Ago.
AsonurA, May 10.-The celebration of the
one hundredth annivery of the discovery of
the Columbia river by Capt. Robt. Gray,
of Boston. in the ship Columbia, began to
day. The exercises consisted principally of
a reunion of Oregon, Washington and
Idaho pioneers. Several thousand visitors
are already in the city, which is gayly dee
orated in honor of the event. Centennial
day is to-morrow, when the principal cele
bration occurs.
Hemingway's embroidrery silka. Japan floss,
Roman fosa and rope silk only 45c peor dozen at
The Bee Hive.
Union Pacific System.
General Assembly Presbyterian church,
Portland, Ore., May 10, to June 2. Union
Pacific system will make round trip rate of
one fare from Helena to Portland for the
above meeting. Tickets on sale May 9 to
14 inclusive, good ninety days.
For further information address or call
on No .26 North Main street, Helena.
H. O. WILsON, F. & P. A.
Helena, Mont.
E. L. LoaAx, G. P. & T. A.,
Omaha, Neb.
THE MARKETS. V
oTOClid. re
NEw Your. May 10.-Bar silver. 87. 254
Copper-Quiet; lake, [email protected] v
Lead-Easy; domestio,t$4.22a% @4.271. V
The general list to-day displayed a firm tem roe
per as a rule, bear efforts being concentrated on
Northern Pacific preferred. It showed a lose of
134 to-night, but Pullman rose 517. Aside from
these the changes are slight.
Governments-Dull; steady.
Petroleum--Jne closed 57%. oc
Closine Closing
U. . 4rega....... 11 Oregon mp....... 2 F
U. S. Is coupon....11ti3 Oregon Nay....... 83
U. S. 2as rg....... 100l North American... 1414 L
Pacifi es..........10 Pacific Mail....... 8al . 5
Atchison.......... 6 Pullman Palace ..199
American Iexp.... 15 Reading........... 594
Canada P oe...... 891 Roeck Island....... 89
Canada South..... t 05 St. 1 aul........... 787
Central Pancfl.... 30 tt. Paul & Omaha 50t at
Burlington........ 106i Texas Pacific...... 10
Lacawanna .. ..118 Union Pacific..... 44' -
U. &A . ti........ 51 . Ue. xpress..... 45 11
Erie ............. 0. S. Cargo Express.... 145 t
Kansas &Texas.... il . ster Union..... 92%
Lake Shore ....... 15 mer Cotton Oil. 19,4
L'ville A Nash..... 7175 Terminal.......... 14
Michigan Contral.110ut Lead Trust........ 1896
Missouri Pacific... 53/I Ureg'n Short Line. 2"53
Northern Pacific.. 19 hi. Q. Western .... . 69
N. P. prof....... 571 I. .G. W.pref..:... 714
Northwestern..... 20., 1i.G.W. lets...... 81k
Northwestern, pref 45 Distillers.......... 48
New York Central. 115
l1oa.y on call easy: closed offered at 2;
prime mercantile paper [email protected]; sterling ex
change steady; 60-day bills, $4.8634; demand
$4.1.8,
CHICAGO CATTLR.,
CTrckeo. May 10.-Cattle - Recelts. 5,000; h
steady: natve., $3.8094.75, stockers and feeders, t
$2.75rl3.75; cows and heifers, $2.5043.50.
Hogs--seceitls, 20.0t00 higner; rough and
common, $4.00 4.50: mixed nd packerse. $4.55
i.4.673; prime heavy and butchers' weights,
SSheep- eceipts. 5.000 irregular; natives, $5.25
@5.50: Texans. r4.8015.25; westerns, [email protected]
UiIICAit ) PIIRODUC.
CsTCAao. May 10.-Clone-Wheat-Easy; cash,
824c; July. 820c.
1 Core--Lower; cash 45'4c; July, 4276c,
Ots--Easy; cash, 269lc; July, 2930s.
Barley- tAlc.
P ork--Cash, 9.621- July, $9.72'4
o Lard--Cash., $.221: July. $6.31
Shonlders-t4.-24C.lo4.T7h.
Short clear-i-t.1 i 'a/ .30.
a Short ribs-$5.82'1/915.85.
HELENA WHOLESALE MARIKETO.
- i
u HELENA, May 9, 182.
Granulated sugar. 100..........$ 5 e5
SPillsbury's Best flour, P 100 ....., 15
M ontana flour. 't 100 .............. 5 @2 40
Corn meal, white. . ' 10) ............ 1 85
Corn meal, yellow, 100.......... 1 80
BaCon. try sl, r b. ...... 080
Bacon, smoked, ,I l o ......... ..... 08s
Bacon, choice brealfast, 9 8 ...... 12 3
Hams, b...................... 105 4
Lard, prime leaf, b ............. 10
Cannedtomatoe. case.......... 2 75
Dried peaches, peeled............. 14 1
- Dried peaches, unpeeled........... 07 08
Buckwheat .......... ............ 4 5
Honey, white clover, combs, p I2 20
it Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Apples, l bbl..................... 5 50 6 25
Cocoanuts, '8 doz .............. 1 25
SG(rapes, Malaga bhl ........... 10 0
Cranberries. Jersey, bbl........ 50
Cranberries, Jersey. %' boa ....... 3 00
. Lemons. Messina, i box......... 0 0
Lemons, 'al..' box ............ 5 25
o Uranges, navels. . box........ 4 25 4 75
is Oranges. seedlings, y0 box........ 2 75 0 4 00
O Oranges, Meod. wcet. `81 box..... 3 75 ( 4 00
O P Oranges, Malta bloods, t box.... 5 00
l Bana saae per bunch .. ......... 00 4 0
SPineapples, 41 deoz .............. 0 00
iPotatoes. V 40 .............. 50
SUnions, ' 100 ............. ... 175 @ 2 00
e Greyn o umens, per duo ........... 25
o New t'aliforna cabbage, per cwt. 2 00 @ 2 25
,s lhubsarb., '4 i.... ............ . 07
n Celery, California, i doz......... 25
('aulilower. ier I, ................ 15
eottuce, hleal, iper do4z............ 75
Cucumberes per doz .............. 2 25
Aaparanus, P r s I ................. 120
Iliaishes, t,;r doz. 25
I- Strawberrie., 5t crate, 15 baskets. 3 00
ts Cider, new sweet, '{ bbl.......... 10 .,
Cider, beet sweet, y}1 4 bbl....... 6 00 kl 85
w- Oysters, Baltimoreolelcts, '8 doz.
in race.... ....... ........... 803
e Oysters, New York Counts, Pdoz.
cans .......... . .. 6860
'- Oyster. New York C(:ounts, in
he tubs, per 1.00 ................... 1583
as
Id l'oultry.
Prices are strong and the supply good, We
quote:
Turkeys, dressed, P b............$ 18 50 20
Chickens, B .................... 18 @1 20
to- flutter and Eggs.
R Both the butter and egg markets are firm,
at- ihe market is fairly supplied, while the demand
theis good.
on Creamery....................... 25 28
the Dairy ... .................. ...... 20 1 22
Fresh roll......... 2
Cooking ..... ....... 12 ( 1
Eggs. fresh, per case .............15 00 (l 5 23
lie Hay. Grain and Feed.
run Montana blue ioint, baled, ' ton.. $10 00(18 0P
.ree Montana timotihy,'8 tn............ 18 00
Mose .ontana upland, '8 ton ............. 12 [email protected] 08
ot Ots, '8100...... .....123
bren and shorts ..................... 1 l
I T'he above quotations are furnished by l1er.
bert Nicholson & Co., and iF. 1. P. Lindsay &r
8. Co.J
SITUATIO NS WANTES-h I ME
drk e m5lMe or und thise addr thoes
81TtýATs U WA TRD-A O Ii AY N
ereaerieot e ree a plant ta do, ber
work r llkht boos work. on a n0U all lr o
fouen at No. 11 Davil street.
Wash of an kind to oat hoe.! EI.a
Faleigh. e
ITCITATION WAN D-Y AWA NL
irl, to e *e f.s n .er bosad h , tip
Helena or any place wherm there a good eaooo.
Address for three days, Marly goe,.soemsn,
-in otel, odginZ hose or prate ion
hotel pisertr, Addres or alDl m 0 Gruat
don bloak.
SITUATION WANTED-ENERGeTLC WO
ma good cook, flue houseekeper, would
like place n or out of town. Address 17 S. Rod- o
g my rrest.e
SITUATION WANTED-BY WOMAN TO GO
out by the day in families. 818 N. wing
street.
SITUATION WANTED--GENERAL HOU..E
Swork or rhamber work Address No 80 S.
Raleigh street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY PROFESSIONAL
nuse: not afraid of contagiour diseases.
Address No220 8. ialeigh street, ___ _
SITUATION WANTED-SEWING OF ANY
kind to do at horme at 514 Fifth avenue.
blTUATIONe WANTDI)-MALR .
radvert seimeta under this head thre times
S1TUATION WANTED-A STENOGRAPHER
I and bookkeeper would like a position to work
two hours every night; good refersncs. Address -
Z, care Independent.
QITUATION WANTD--TO PROSPECT SAP
Sphire ground; will give honest returns; have
all tools. Inquire at 0 N. Rodney.
I'TUATION WANTEDI-BY DRUG CLERKI ;
6 good references. Address Albert M. Mur
phey. 8 o. Part avenue, helen, Mont. b
HB.LP WVANTED FEMIALE.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GFNERAL HOUSE
Swork; wages $25 per month. Call at 721
Spruce streetW
ANTED-BAN BACTIVE WOMAN IN PAS
try deprtment Broadwater Hotel
WANTED--A GIRL '10 DO GENERAL
housework. Call at Payne's hotel.
WOANTEDA , DRESSMAKER THAT EUN
Sderstandsoutting and fitting psrfectl;
must bring references. Apply mornings this
week, room 1. Grandon block.
WANTED-TWO CURTTEBS AND EIGHT 1
dressmakers at corner Lawrence and Park
avenue. Mrs. J. 11. Alexander.
NVATED- TO GO IN COfNTY.
Call at 2l Pine treet between six and
seven p_ n--re
NTEDT - T APPRENTICE GIRL FOR I
dressmaking. Scandinavian Employment -
office, 206 Breckenridge street.
~ANTED--A NURSE GIRL BETWEEN 13
and 17 years old. Apply 19 South Rodney.
SELP WANTED--.D ALEL
TANTED-- MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS.
not afraid to work, for the real estate and
insurance business. Address box 1210, Helena.
WARTED--A FIRST-CL.ASS COOK FOR
meat and pastry. Skadinavien Employ
ment office.
W eANTED--BARBEih FIRET-CLASS MAN;
steady job. Apply T. M, Nowak. Philips
burg. Mont.
-ANTEDT-FXCELLENT CHANCE FOR A
gentleman of intelligence and activity to
represent largest corporation in every city and
town in Montana. Address Videx. P. 0. Box
,I4, Helena.
WANTED-THREE YOUNG MEN TO RUN
as news asents on Northern Paiico rail
road. Apply to Northern News Co., Northern
Pacifio depot. Must have security.
FOR RENT-- F DIENISSED LOOMetS.
FOR BENT-THREE ROOMS, WITH BATH,
for light housekeeping. to parties without
rhildren; reference, exchanged. Address A., this
office.
UR lIENT-COMNFORTABLY FURNISHED
.' rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block.
Crad street. Next door Hotel Helena.
BOARD AlND ROO OFFERElD.
ý OR BENT-SMALL FURNISHED ROO M,
Ssuitable for lady or gentleman, with board,
at Mrs. Martin's. 428 tClarke street.
00[ AND BOARD AT 104 BENTON AVE
nue; pleasant furnished room, first-class
table board.
FOR RENT-ROOMS AND BOARD, H0
Warren street, corner Sixth ave.
OR IRENT-ROOM 1)1 PRIVATE FAMILY
Swith or without hoard at 505 Ewing street.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
~OR BENT-TWO 6-ROOM BRI(CK HOUSES
Son Seventh avenue. between Davis and
Rodney street. Apply D. Blacker, 835 N. Rod
neDy.
FOR RENT-HERBERT B. REED CO.,
Thompson block, oppeosite Grand Central
hotel, have the largest list of houses and rooms
for rent in the city.
VoUt --ENT-TOBtE ON MAIN STREET,
Slarge and desirable; cheap rent. W. . Cox.
Gold block.
FOR RENT-STORE OR OFFICE ROOM IN
opera house, Steele & Clements.
OR RENT-FINE bARGE BASEMENT ON
F Upper Main street. Steele & Clements.
-OR RENT-UNFURNISHED-ROOMS 1N
F opera house. Steele & Clements.
FOR RENT-DWELLINGS.
l'OR RENT--FIVE R1OOMS; 613 . RODNEY;
bath, hot and cold water, with use of barn.
'Ol RENT-THREE ROOMS;: 13 S. ROD
1' ney; bath, hot and cold water.
OR RENT-DESIRABLFE RESIDENCE ON
SEighth avenue, five doors below Rodney
,treet; rent 20.
L'uR RENT--FURNISHED HOUSE OF SIX
1 rooms. larce yard, barn, 830: eight room
dwelling, bath and corner lot on east side, $00;
eleven room house on Broadway with bath, for
nace, gas. 511: cottage on Breckenridge. $10:
brick cottage on Alta street. 811; seven room
dwelling on Feosta. near Renton. $15.' Matheson
& Co.. Denver block.
O RENT-VERY DESIRABLE RESI
dence, nine rooms, on Rodney street near
Sixth avenue. Steole & Clementa
'on RENT--S)IX-ROOH FRAME IIOUSE ONr
0 Eleenth-sene, $20 per month. Steele &
Clements.
'OR IRFNT--UNFURNISHED HOOMS AND
apartments of all kinds and in desirable
locations, at $0 to $10 per room. Call and exam
ine our list. Wlliae & Tkornburgh, Denver
building.
FOR SALE-MIRCELLANROUS.
FOR SALE-BICYCLE, COLUMBIA, 52
inch wheel; first-class condition; $12; a bar
gain. Address P. U. box 051.
FORI BALE--UPRIGHT PIANO AT A BAR
'bargan. 115 Blake street.
' 01 SALE-BAltijAIN IN FURlNITUEE-
1 $709 will buy all the furniture in 800 Broad
way, including bed and table linen and a new
$400 1' fihor upright piano.
L0Olt BALE-TWO STOVES. COOKING AND
1 heating, both for wood. cheap. Inquire
1016 Harrison avenue.
Oi HALE--IUIL TgERRIER PUPS. SBIlED
b)y the celebrated Little Tlish. dam Miss Kate.
No better lighting blo d can he obtained. From
dead-game stook. good months and bodies. Ad
dreoss, Ed. Patterson. Bismarck, N. D.
F Ot BALE--SCHOLAlt.HIPI IN THE HEG
ena Businoes College. Call at this ofies.
FOR ALE-ESTABI;SHID MEIICANTIIL
J' business with a largr trade: will trade for
improved real estate in Helena. hteele & Clem
enla
L'Olt 8ALE--IIEEP RIANC;H IN MEAGHER
1 County. of 5.o00 acres. Of this 4,000 are un
der fence; can make ()1 tone of hay; ample water
rights. range for 12,000 sheep, four good shed.,
corrals. cabins, machlinery of all kinds, and er
ecryting necessary for a well eqruied iheep
ranch. Price, $0 L peor acre, payabeI $2 per
acre down and balance on hpe years timn.
Mathosou & Co., Denver block.
BUSINESS CIIANCERA IIOT'E l, DOING AN
excellent business, central location, first
cims furniture, nearly new; dining and kitchen
equipmente for 100 guosts; only 2.,000 cash, bal
ance on time. Owner has larger interests and
most dispoas of this. Address lerbert B. Reed,
bailov block.
-OR BALE-HOUBEIIOLD FURNITruRE
Sfor sale at a bargain. Call at ivI N. JacksoL
1street.
FO R BALE-rIOUSEHOLD GOOOD WITH
cooking stove and otoneilsl everything must
h sold. p'rivate sale at, f031 llllsdale aveane.
17Olt SAIs---PARtLOl. BEDRIOOM AND
.1 kitlchsn furniture for ale, completo for
iotoueckeoping. Cheap for cash. '05 bixth ave.
FOR NAl EAL E R II#TATU.
an Ozl00wlto s ooterollr _Aar ot e a
latbheson & Co., Denver loL.
FOR StiALE-42.000 TWO-STORY AEBIDDNCI-1
cf inve roomsp water on both floo stab
ad ount.ildina Ninth aveue, between attle pis
and 1,aligh; thl is a bargain. Steeles lsm. rot
-OR IiAL-. . L*OT O -"TA..T. T
lat froo 0ele.tr la . a Dt euo Co, e.t
ota onALtastreet, 40100, at 500 Laya
250 dovwns, balance in ear, Math eson & Co ., s
enver pblok. n
FOR SBALE r--FHIN . HA CK ADDITION; 1
onethird down, balanc six and twolve menths,
Matheson & Co., Denver blok,
Ol BALE-1-.l500i NEW MODERN DWI.C we
les, hall, five rooms, with bathroom tl c.
cquip.e, hot and cold water, oee r connection,
as e p o. n e, corner lrot on Ceasr rtree, onlr
blacks from .or hon: ;only 500 down, 521
per mosth. lathemon & Con,l Denver blork. 2
FOE s ALE--$75 FOR A GOOD LOT In 1
roadwater addition, one block fom ele
trio line, Mathson A Co.
eleC
FOR BALE--$1, 0; GOOD 1-ROOMb DWELL.
lag and large bn withlot on Peostr ave
ne8; $500 down. balance on time at 8 per cent.
Mithe.on A Co.
FOR SALE--,000 FEET IN BOYCE AIDI
Stion at $2 per r.ot. Matbhson & Co.
iOR SALE-GOOD LOT ON ALTA BTREJNT
Sfor l400. Matheson & Co. wa
FOR BALE--$20 WILL BUY A FINE LEVEL O
lot in Flower Garden addition. near Mor
tans avenue, tOxiO ; best bargainin the additioln;
100 down. $10 per month. Maiheson & Co.
Denver block.
SOR ALE- - 610 HANDSOMEI 5-ROOM
F dwelline on eDivion street; $200 down, 5 act
er monsh: eity water; house just completed. iJa
Matheson & Co. Denver block.
FOR BALE-U-NTIL APRI 15 LOT WT I 40
e.1n Davis streot 2il. Mteonea tC. ern , Den
ver block. An
FOOR SALE-HFINE HAY BANCH OF 640
acres only $4 per eore. Matheon& Co., m
Denver block,
]OR SALE--HAY BANCH AT HELMSVILLE -
all fenced, stab'e. and cabin: controls best V
range in Nevsda valley; splendid water and lots
o8 it: ran be irrigated with one gate; sid to pro- 6
duco four tons of timothy to the acre; price,
,800;1,1500 down balance on time. Matheson Stc
A Co.. Denver block.
OR B0ALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK N
residence on west side. only two blocks ee
rem Main street; fronts on two streets; very ee
cheap. Steele & Cloments. eel
OR SALE-FINE EIGIT-ROOM BRICK
house on Spencer street, near Bodney. only
few minutes from postoicioe, at great bargain. S
Steele & Clements.
Olt SALE-4,l00. AN8D, 8-BOOM BRICK, t
F cellar, water, eto, on Raloeig street; $,800, otl
2x88, 9-room brick, cellar, water, eto., on Ha ant
eigh street; $5.500. lx100 feet, 8-room frame l
hoes, on lasr boulevard; I ,500, 45x100 feeat of
& Co.
0Ole SALE--ELEGANT BESIDENICE ON I2
1 west side at a bargain ten rooms, furnace.
bath room and all modern fittings; good barn 8i
and ontbuildings. Wm. Math, Wat ple
F'OR SALE--TWO SIX-. OlM HOUSES ON we
I wset side; easy terms; near new school Mt
building, foundry and electria lines. Wm. we
Math, egt. wi
-r OR SALE-FIFTY FEET ON HELENA Jm
avenue near foot of Rodney at three-fourthr
actual alue. Stle & Clements.
OR SALE-A- FINE CORNER ON NORTH N
Main street 10nxll feet, fronts on three
streets; will be sold at a great sacrifice. Steele &
(Cloment, d
. OR SALE-A LARIGE NEW HOUSE ON hA
1 prominent avenue; has all modern improve- hi
ments and ie in good condition; price very low fo
and terms to nui; a snap. W. E. Cox. Gold ac
block, t1
OR SALE-I HAVE SEVEHAL NICER RES- s
idencee on the west side for sale at differ
ent pries and terms lParties wishing to buy a
home will do well to call and see what I can of
fer. Wm. Moth, egt.
UL'OH SALE--ELEtANT RESIDENCE ON
'Madison avenue, west side, east front,. lot -
125x200 febt; cash buyer can secure a great bar
gain. bteele A Clements.
OR SALE-RENTAL PROPERTY IN ORIG- ac
Sinal townits; will sell on ease terms, at a a
great sacrifice. improved property on Bluff oc
street and on Pine street. Steele & Clements. m
FOR SALE--$1.000:$0 CGASH BALAN1CE
on long time, buys a new three-room hoe;1
lot e50xcn Address box 777, city.
FOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN *
SHauler addition at very low prises. Win.
Muth, gt. a
OR BSALE--LOW Ab CHOIC T BUILDING A
Slot facing on Bromtwater hotlel groundse
(eastfrent) Wmin. luth, agt. p
FOR SALE-ONEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE IN
lroadwater addition, only one block from
electric motor, small payment down, balance
installments. Steele & Clements.
FOR SALE--O5xl40 FEET ON LYNDALE
avenue at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele &
Clemente.
F OR SALE-O-NE OF THE k'INILST
ranches in Montana, 2,080 acres, every acre
can be irrigated and have abundance of water,
tine range on every side, good market for every
thing produced, good improvements; will be sold d
ata great bargain. W.E. Cox, old block.
01 SALK--LOTS AND ACIEAGE AT KAL- I
ispell, the new railroad town in the Flat- I
bead valley. W . Muth, art.
1OUR SALE--WAREHOUSE LOT IN E a
liston, on N. P. right of way, $100. Math- I
3 con & Cc.
tOR BALE--.t,50, 76x125 FEET. 4-BOOM
frame house, Broadwater motor line; $6,500,
504$0 feet, 0-room frame house. 50 feet double
frontage on Benton and Park avenue, bueingee
Iroperty; $5,000, 84x110 feet, 8-room frame house
on Lwrence street; $5 000, lOOI4 feet 9-room
E.ck house on Eleventh avenue. . S. French &
OR BALE--$500. 40xl100 FEET 0-ROOM
# F brick, bath, cellar, etc., rs fixtures, double I
frentage on two streetl. E.. French Co.
.OjDR SALE-- S5,0, lx1i0 FEET, 6-ROOM
e." frame house, a corner on Warren etreeb
1 56,100, 71xt10 feet, 1-room stone hone on Madi- 1
son avsenue; $8,500. 40xllS feet, 6-room frame
-hone, corner, on Chaucer streeh 58,500, 40u118
feet, 8-room frame hoe eon Chaucr street, L
a. French Co.
j.UR SALE-LOTS ON FIFTH AVENUE AT I
- ' 500 each: one-third down, balance in six
and twelve months. Matheson . Co.
OR SALE--lteLt. luxll, 4-ROOM S RAME
on Dakota avenue; 54,100, b0rxt. 7-room
4 frame haues. Blake street; 54.000, 42x88 feet,
E 1-room brick oe Sixth avenue. Beatte; 51,500.
Sx88 lfeet, 1-room brick on Beattie strnt. . S.
French A Ce.
FOt "".~AL~yl.000--.0 lxiOl FEET. 5-ROOM
frame house on ehhth avenue; $1,500, 50x140
r fe -room brick house on Eighth avenuo
54.000c 4lO feet, I-room frame hosnes n Broad
way; 4,00. 45x1000 feet, -room briok
corner. lroadway. E. . French & Co.
- TOR.SALE--COIiLNEi LOT. 100x1l0, on beet
Srseidence street in the city-, foll view of
;- theeast side and valley. Adelees box Ill, city
postofice.
e. j kOHR -kl-AT A BARGAIN--5 FEET ON
B11roadwaynear Hoback; esey terms. Ad
dress postoffice boe 210, RElena,
i OtB SALE-BOll 510 lOOPD BUILJING
wI lot l~zl on t~ooth end of Rodney etase
addres box 117, city postoflee,
LOST- P()CKElBOK CONITAIINNG $tO.
D pacers, cards, etc. A liberal reward sill
be paid if roturned to E S. . ichards, Northern
m Pacific city office.
LOST - SUNDAY MORNING, BEI WEEN
Catholic church and 512 Breckenridge street.
adull jet and gold pin sot with smlalt pearls.
tinder plosae leave at512 Breekenridge street
and receive reward. -
J OST--A POCKETBOOK CONTAININGe PA
pers and money 110 reward will ibe paid
for return if same to thia oflice
h|ONEY TO LOAN.
ONIY TO LOAN--HERBERT 1L. IIED &
Co., Thompson block, opposlte Grand Cen
v- tral hotel, loan from 510 to 501,000.
r ONEY TO OAN-IL B. rLuii. BEE
- mo LOAN-IN SUMS TO SUIT. LOW LATOAV
N L of interee. Steele & Clamant'.
it------ - -- -
en MONu TO LOAN--HTEELEI & CLEMENTS.
I. Insunes to suit, low rate of interest, no
ud commissio, no interost in advance, no delay.
- TOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-TTHE AN
1110 nual meeting of the stockholders of the Iron
MsO Ilcountain company for the election of sevec
trustees to eorve for the ensuing year and sorb
other busnies as may be Introdnoed in .oeird
,ane with the by-laws, will be held on Tuesdat,
May l0.18S, at three o'0o10k p m. at the otffie
ofthecomlmiy, rooms 0 and 4, Hailey block,
D Helena, Mont.
for RS.. HALE, President.
vs. £.A a~L ug,5. Ecallatz
ANT!bPpb- . UTANT FO.gH A O.iQOM
turnished hos, tan fiveAroom unfarc- F
tams annd 1, tera r olow o. apl
1ApAj $k A E } ONLY EGYPTIAN e
a person altaw t, mnmonll ventures,
it, ,from 10a.m. to l0 )t, mn.; consultation $2i, L
-Statersto ... '
Grat Fad l o fmrtuem propyece . Scelem & se
1_mreut.. wi
JANTh.D--A BUYER FOIR A PIECE OF or.
inside propeety just the thi for a rowot
latt close to Main street, Wm. nmth. m
LANETED-TA OBUYEl F OI A PLATTED o
r at of the beat residnoe popertly ona
Rane stde; pri way.down air deMb blanoein
lo year. .Wa . inMtt. agthen.
VV ANTED.-TO BUILD A sIX-ROOM HOUSE r7
with furnace and bath room complete for
12 00 i alnd see piu; we nmow thev ail
ni. WaUace Thornburgh. Denver building.
OR THRADE-UNIMTPROIVED 'PROPERTY b
toe to trade for equty in improved. tele lenC t'
lsmentre. a
Li'OH ThADE-IMPROVED PItOPE1ITY TO fI
trade forunimproved. Btoels & Clemente. t
FORSALE-SIOHOLARESIP IN THE ION- al
ta Bueines College Call at this office. si
XTANTED-THE OWNER OF A LARGE -l
V body of low grad free milling gold ore t
ants a capitalist who will bild a mnll on the di
roperty for a half interet. Apply to Wm. tl
e yth. art.
TOCANDINAVIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, O f
o 206 Breokenridge street, neat Warran, I
WANTIqTD--SA MILL, AND'tOCATION BY n
mill man 'whore theretio egdmarketE , or i
3ceeeable body of timber. Give full partica- i
arse. . M. Brig~se, alt Lake City, Utah. r
15 PiB CENT GUARANTEED ON INVEST- a
meats inamounts from $5 r t. Money toa
oan. For particulars call oraddresa McDonald, ti
unning & MoLeod. 0 and S Atlas block. Helena. l
Sont. o
,YANTE:D--A CUSTOMEIt FOR ONE OF i
Sthe finest reidence sites on wet side; price
low for ch. Wm. Math.
WANTED-TO TRADE A 9-ROOM HOUSE r,
on east side, hardwood floor and finish.
bath. furnace, all modern conveniences, for un
improved property, or will ell eqnuity for $15,000. t
teele d& C menta
NOTICE-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned has been appointed re
seiver of the late irm of Gresnhoode Bohm it
.'a, and is alone authorized to receive and re
ceipt for moneys due the said firm.
War. MuTH, Receiver. -
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING--THE AN
nual meeting of the stockholders of the ti
Cataract Mining company for the election of s
rsitee8 to serve for the ensuing year and such f
ther busines as may be introduced in accord. 1
sre with the by-laws, will be hold on Saturday, A
May 21. 192, at three o'clock p. in., at the office ti
of J. H. Snober. J. L. KOONT4 tx
Secretary. L
INFORMATION WANTED - AS TO THE C
Swhereabouts of Edward James Kelly, aged
t years, weight about 10 pounds, light com
ploxion, height five feet seven inches He left 1
honona county, owa, in the sapring of 1882. He
was last heard from at MoVay'e ranch on the a
Muaselshell. Montana, in May. 1891. whore he l
was employed as a sheep herder. Itis brother n
will be very hankful to any one who will com
municate any informatien to him at his address, f
D. W. Kelly, Helen; Montana.
TOTICE TO CREDITORS - ESTATE OFP
. ebecca B. Ewing, decesed.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad- e
minletrator of the ecstate of Rebecca ]1 Ewing, i
deceased, to the crediters of, and all' persons
having c]lims against the said decasad, to ex
hibit them with the necesary vouchers. within
rour months after the first publication of this
notice, to the said administrator at Prickly
Year valley, county of Lewis and Clarke, state of
Montana. the same bing tshe place for the trans
atoles of the business of said estatet in the
county of Lewis sad Clarke.
W. H. EWING.
Administrator of the estate of Rebecca B. Ewing,
deceased.
Dated April 23, 1892.
PIONEER MINING COMPANY. WORKS
hlocated at Red Mountain. Lewis and Clarke
county, .: ontana-Notice is hereby given, that at
a meeting of thile traustees of said company. held
on the 28th day of March. A. D. 192, an seeas- I
meat of one and one-half (jI) cents per share
was levied upon the capital stock of said com- I
pany, payable on or before the 5th day of May,
1692, to Masena lPllard, secetary of the corn
pmany, roomsa. Gold block, Helena.. Le. s and
Ulerks county. Montana. Any stock npon which I
-a-d asessmont shall remain aapaid on the 15th
day of May, 1892, shall be deemed delinqueant,.
and will be duly advertised for sale at ublic
auction, and unue e payment shall be made be
fore, will be sold on the 5th day of June, 1892, to
pay the delinquent asess.ment. together with the
esots of advertising and expenses of sale.
MANSENA BULLARD.
Secretary of Pioneer Mining company, room S.
Gold block, Helena, Lewis and Clarke county,
Montana.
Dated Mhroh 20. 1892.
SHERIPFF'S SALE-MARGARET F. LEE
plaintiff. vs. Mary M. Messengor, Charles IMes
senger. L. Whitehead and Edward Whitohead.
defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
'decree of foreclosure and vale 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 8th day of May, A.
D. 1892, in the above entitled act'on, wherein
Mar.aret F. Lee, the above namedl plaintiff.
obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure
and sale against Mary M. Messenger. Charles
Messoncer, L. Whitehead and Edward White
head, defendants, on the 6th day of May,
A. D. 189", for the sum of $1,294.90,
besides interest, cost- and attorney fees, which
said decree was on the 8th day of May. A. D.
1892. recorded in Judgment book No. G. of said
court at parge -, 1 am commanded to sell all
that certesan lot, piece or parcel of land.
situate, lying and being In the county of Lowio
and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and
described as follows, to-wit:
Lot numbered six 8). in block numbered
eighty (80), of the Northern Pacific addition to
the city of Helena, county and state aforesaid.
Maid lot having a frontage of fifty (50) feet and
a depth of one hnnervd and forty (140) foet, ac
cording to, and as dtescribed upon the official
plat of the said named addition, which plit is
now on file in the manner provided by law, in
the office of the county reourder or the enid
county of Lewis and Clarke.
Together with all and liugular the tenements,
hereditamento, and arppurtenancee theresnto be
longing or in any wise appertaining.
Public notice ie hereby given that on Saturday,
the 28th day of May, A. D. 18913. at 12 o'clock m.
of that day at the front door of the court house.
Hteona. Lewis and Clarke county. Montana, I
will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree
of fureclosnu:o nd sale, eoll the above described
property, or so much tl.ereot as may he
neccssary to catlsFy caid judgment, with interest
and costs, to the highest and best bidder for cash
in hand.
Given under my hand this 0th day of May, A.
D. 1892.
CItAS. M. JEFFERIS, Sheriff.
By RALPA G. JoHNsoN. Deputy Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SA1F-HlHNRY T. C. KLEIN
sohmidt. plainti. vs. Andrew N. Patton,
Nhe Nothwastern Land & Investment company
and (. W. l. t;rit.h, trustee, defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of feroolosore and tal. issued cat of the
district court of the Pirlt joicial dietriat of the
state of Mgntana. in and for the county of
Lewis and (tarnh on the 1llh day of April. A.
D. 1ion. in the ahove entitled art ar, wherein
HIerr F. C. leo:;enrhmnildt. the above namedt
1iatintiff. obtalned a jIdgment end decrae of
foreclosure and .el saglnst A drew It. Patton.
oe of the above named defendants. oe the 11th
Ly of April, A. '. 111, for the mum of 15,.95.72,
besides irteret, costs and attorney ifee. which
maid deer we on the 11th day of Aprit, A. D.
1899. recorded in Judgment baek No. (. of said
court at pam 418. 1 am oomn~anded to se.ll al
thew oertaoin Iot. plece' or paroels of land.
situate. laeiag and ba.uc i the o.nntt of Iswip
and Clack. eiate of Mbntaaa, and bounded and
described as fellowe. te-wi.:
All thoe certain lot., pieces, or parcele of
land, situate. lyia and being in osciale addi
tion to the kity of Helen, county on lHwie and
:larl stats of 91 titana, mad particuliarly do
scrth follows. to~poit: l os ivteon (16).
evntee (fl. elgatecn (18). nineteen tI.
twentr .). twenty-ons (21), twenty-btro (22).
twenty-tareo (1), twenty-four ('U), twent-five
(25), twenty-4d.(9), and tws nty-sevgn (2), of
sI' eedake a.dit ao the eity of Helena, to
gether oith f gr onnd fonr hnndrad a.d
sixty ( feet ono bl for.y-two (42) feet wide.
ooaIpltu the south front of block nineteen
((19), cl, a inn hbf of the ground neessary for
styera. a eordin4 to the plat of said addil
tie eam on I n lthe4cea of the county recorder
of ts said ea of owlew and ('larkh.
T L wth all nd slinglar the tenements,
her tamonta, and apportenau.or thereunto he
10 er in any wine appertaining.
0a oboe i hereby given that on 8atcrdlay
the 6. a of 'Mas, *. D, 1.9'.. ot la o'oaoe m.
of that dw at the front door of the court hoise.
elena. Lewis and ClaIrke county Montona. I
will. In obedlirnc to sid ordrr n rnio and deoree
of f oreolaure and eale. cell tho cbohvjemrribed
prol.erty, or eo monoh toareof a c may be
uraceeary to mstisy ra.ld judgment, with interest
and costa, to the hilhet and best bidder for ce.b
In hand.
Given under my hand this id day of May, A,
D. 181e..
D. M IIAS. M. JFFFEiB, Shoriff,
By Finn E HOes. Under Sheri'l
nLIAr adieu dietrip t o II
te of Mostua, nnd for the ounty of
ha_ piaw. p lspti, vs. Thoma NM.
-Veothnd alit Welan aad dAlblt.
.ho~nbuern, co- 'tt.a nbupdnsiee anm r
3h e (lmr toee JYhman, his wife, ne!
Sstate t reeting to the
Xo2¶herey r to appear lsan
dh o t above o sa
srved oatt e
,0 to t payeran O f r e oata
ory -. . , t t ay pe ia te
dhe s d at is brasooh to pro ofnr ud
meiet for $1,600 privncipal and iteet ati the rate
of per cent prth annum, frnme uly 19, 9eet t
eaby tdoe o ta cmata promslP.ry note merle
dueI 9, o by 'th sihnmas h. ltverier, r . aitor .
H. eolrni o hai and aneeu ned to th a thep ot
ani secured by a certain moortgge between the
· tburpwithe epaverlik
rio paorties. to date J iaditr o the amddt
Sthat properlo , tecratedint, t , e situat
toee tiue to haloetn m ed "~2 Lteis aor
tpoar e std ate of Meetea, oeeer: , as follo1
to-wit; to aetulm at trit ad mothst cor oerit
tion frodein o iof ur o l treet with tv e
orth side of ixh avene a ornning thence
north aln the et aide of d oak street
rty-five tecy, to apoint, thence eat one hardred
feetto a point In tie line hsttwisn lots numbered
two and three, iiseid bteOk 4," tbsoo eSouth
long the li ahetween emid lets iaimbred two
side of th avenue, thence west lo the north
side of tai the avenue one aunred feet to
the place of eguinina E.And to obta the snal
decree for te sale of the said premises by the
seriff of said county pacoinglg toa l . anod the
do totr lnotii.d th d e te end ounsel.
fees allowed by the aourt.'a0 that the said dM.
endant ndall perona claimiag under them
subsequent o the exention of the said morti ae
incambrancer, or otherwIse. may barred ant
freloined of all rin g t and orlams, or eqeuity o
redeemtionofsaid premises, atd every part
thereof and that plaintiff may have execution
againt said defendant. Thomere . Everett for
uy deficiency after asplylog all the poreedis of
the sae of aid premises properly applicable to
the satis ction of the judgmen int herein, nd
other and trnoer relief as may reem meet and
equitable to this courtn all as apears mory fully
oin the ompaiant on le bie sn q.
And yo are hereby notified that it yo fatil to
appear and answer the said complaint. as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply tothe
court for toe ritef demanded in hie compatint.
Given under my hand andithse eal of the dioa
trictnourt of the First jrdictal distric ofr the
a:ate of Molntana, and for the county ofiLewis
and Itarks this 3d day of Mae in the
By H. J. CANoDY, DeU uty Clerk.
DAVID B. Cbysakes m. Attorney for plaintiff.
ERs BALF~r-Y VIRTUE OF AN EXE
topon in myrhands, isaene out of the dis
trit court of the tirt Judicial district of the
stateof Montana. in and or the county of Lewis
and Clarke. in thesuit of Brace Wilson against
l)avid Itirby, duly attested the list day of Aril,
A. D.e 18i. I have levied upon all the right1
title and interest of the said ivi Kfirs in andi
to the following descoribed property, situated in
Lewis and Clarke county. Montana. in.:
An undivided halye Iy interest in the Monte
Christo mining claim, lorated in Ten Mie, non
organtized. mining dietrict, Lewi and Clarke
county. Montana, sbout one-half mite so.th of
the - of Cirkleon and west from iub i creek.
This location is 1,500 feet long by 800 feet wide.
and its boundaries are distinctly marked upon
the ground by stakes or porst ase ollows: egin
ning at discovery and running 1,000 feet easterly
to a post marked 1 east-end center:" thence l3i
eetsothto ast marked "2 southeast cr
er;" thene 1,5g00 teet westerly to a poet marked
. Eonthwest corner:" thence 000 feet north to a
post marked "4 northwest corner:" thence 1,500
feet east to a est marked "5 northeast corner;"
thence A00 feet south to a noet miarked "1 east
end, center." A notice of location of said claim
is recorded in book 2 of lodes, page 162 of
the rerorde of Lewis and Clarke county. Ion
taos.
Notice i hereby tiven that on Tuesday. the 24th
da a of ay, a .,. 1i.92 at the oor of L12
oclock m. of said day, at the front door of the
court house, in t the city of Hp leaa
county and ste aforesaid, I will sell al(
the right, title end interest of the said David
Iirby in and to the rnid above described prop.
ortyu, to the highest bidder for rash In band.
Given under my ehand this, the id day of
May, A. D. 1802.
CIIARtES t. JEFFEISIIS Sheriff
F. E. Hose, Under Sheriff.
S1HERIFF'S SALE-CJAUDA C. KENNIITT
plaintlaiff, vs. Anna I. BrEiseooe nd John O.
Briscoe, Anton M. Holier and M. M. Holter, co.
partners nundr the firm nane and style of A. M
Bolter & Brother. and Minoh Consiolidted Min
ing Company, Limited. defendants.
Under and r virtue of an order of sale and
decree of forcslosnre and satle eyed out of ie
district court of the First judicial district of the
state if Montana, in and fsr the county of Lewie
and Clare, .on the 20th day of April. A. D.
1892, in the above entitled action, wherein
Claude C. IKennett the above named plaintiff.
oitained a odgment and decree of foreclosre
and sale against At L. Briscoe and John O.
Briscoe, anton t U. cLtea r and ie. e. Holtrr, co
partners under the firm same and style of A. l.
Holter o Broither. and. Minsh Consolidated Min
lg Company. Limited, defendant, on the 20th
bside interest, coste and a torney fees, which
said decree was on the i0th ty of Apri, A. D.
1t92, recorded In ludgment, ook No. or of
" said coort at page 509. I am commanded
to sell a thoses certain lots pieces or percel of
land, situate. lyin aeend being in the county of
Ledwi ad Cark state of Moantana. and
tonded and described as follows, to-wit.:
Lot naumber one (1 in m ektnmber sixty (0)
in the original towesite ithe city of Helensa.y
the county of Lewis and Clarke, State of Mon
lans. as said lot fwdaplonk ar more foil an
slid torlvnslte newlonft in hmumneprodt
.by law in the otit.e of the aty recordr of th
said cointy of L .e and Clorke.
i Together witha and singular the tenements,
o hereditamenta nd appurtenaues thereunto be.
lonriny or an anywi appertasinaug.
t blo entls is hereby .ien that on Tuesday
the' day o May. A. D. 1o8. at 12 o'io
of that day at the frPnt door of the esurthense
brn1an, Loets sad Lt e oonanty Mlontana, I.
nwill, n erbience y o w order of pso e ad decree
1 otforeclseure andsale, esl the stove detcribte
isroietco ta oro mth retf as may be necsosar
p to ty a jndme with Inteet a ndth nt t coast
to the hi~hest and beet kidder, for cash in hand.
SA en tlnder my han th. e 2d day of A.s
, e - bovCEAB. i. eFFNBtIS. Sheriff.
By1F. F Hoses Under Sheriff.
SUbonkd f Betena, Montana. plaintiff, vs.
decree of foreclosure and sale lasned sot ofthe
district react or the First ediorge district oft
sAtei of Do.tmna, in8and for the county of Lewis
Sand Cdaree, on the 2id day of April. A. D.
1 shore oraed lintiu m obtaioed j.dgment a
d decree of atere psare sod sale againee James Wn
SCollale. t'atbereo Coeleyr teorgCe or. Welsi
M dar sitWaoltsn, deiendants, 0n the list a
h wopril, A. l. 11rk2. for theain of Mo 5.nt,.
ideds intest, costs md attorney o ces. wit
said courta t page of d oin on nanda
to sect all thet cert-an lot, piece or parcel
land. situate. lyintrand b eing in e county o
stat o and ore. stats of imotana ran
ueonded anddsibed as f ollows , in-wit.:
ennA certainnpr t Inso utladco e of e par
o thenorrtreat qfarler if the northeast qor
tsr of section thirte-on (1)a. oin townehip te
1101. north of rar.ge three (I) wst, tin coutle n
id state aforesaid. med mote pnaticulrl d -s
theciuningatpoint lottesooth line BfnSse ck
thede sotrneeret, tram which the northeast corns
of section thirty-one wll) aforelaid, hears nort
of ifreckenridgestreet forty-two (4) feet to
D post; thence north to the plare of heginning
being a frontage of forty-two (41) feet on th
sooth side of ireckenridge street, by a dept
of ninety feet and three inches between parade
Ilines.
Together with all and singular the tenement
ehreditamentsand appurtenances thereunto
of lenrino or in anywise appertaining.
l/uotie notice is hereby given that on Smturds
dit-e 14th day of May. A. D. 1192. at 12 o c
Im. of tht day t the front door of the crirthou
t5I hlena, ILwis and Clarke orunty, Montana,
will. in obhdlieaee to said order of salesnd deere
propel ty, or ass much thereof me may be neceser
sato stti8Y said jrdsmet. with interest and coat
to sha h.rgrest end beet, bidder, for cash in han
1Given under my hand thia'eldday of Apri
A. D. 1. lha
0 By llAaPHj . JOHNeON, DePuty Sheriff
reCIVIL AND MININ
he ROOMS 24, 25,
Merch.ants Nation
it Rannmk lIotsldng.
Hlolna, Montan

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