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UROEREhS ANO FORGERS
herein Their Distinguishing Char aoterltios Differ From Those of the Burglars. uperlintendent Byrnes Dlioumeec Ioume of the Oriminals He Has Known, h Worst ullrder He Ever Uandled Yorgers as a Class--Crlmlolas of Note. ;Written for Tar flEIr.A TNiCot'azENT.l HAT are the dis tingishing charse teristice of murder era, burglars and forgers?" Buperin tendent Byrnes re peated the question thoughtfully."That is a question which if fully disonssed would be to go into the ethics of orime without end. You nat always consider the motive of crime. Burglars. you must remember, have always~ one motive, the wrongful acquisition of property, while murders are committed from a thonsaud and one motives. Burg lare as a rule will not coemit murder uan lea driven to it in self-defense. T'he burg lar must of neaessity be audnoinas, cunning nd secretive to a certaiu extent. Of ourse, he usually has his 5ais or accoml plies who are in his confidence. The areer of an expert burglar is a well rounded succession of skillful crime. T.ke the notorious Mike Kerrigan, alia John D)oblis. e is over 60 and one of the most naccom pllshed burglars in the country. He was bo:n and brought un in the slums of the Fourth ward; started out in life as a pick oket; was afterward connected with Patrsy Conro, Larry Griflin, Denny Brady, Pug eey Hurley, and other notoriouse river thieves. Later on he became one of the most expert bank burlnrare in America, be inls known in every large citr in the eonn ry as a first-class workman in his line. His associates were Charles Adams, aliag Langdon; W,. Moore, George Mason. alias Gordon; Big Frank McCoy, old Bill Meagher, "Fairy" McGuire, and, in fact, all the best men in the profession. He has be e engaged in almost all the important bank robberies which have oeoenrred in this country during the past quar tar of a century. Hie was impli cated in the robbery of the DexteOr bank, of Maine, and the murder of the cashier. He escaped from the state prison at Weatherseield, Conn., but was rearrested in Philadelphia while attempting to sell bonds stolen from the Manhattan Savings Institution in New York. Now, doesn't undh a career show indomitable energy and terrva? Or take "Fairy" MoGunire, one of the most daring and desperate thieves in America, and who has served a fifteen 7ears' sentence in Bangor. Me., also a term in Clinton prison in this state. He was a slippery fellow and managed to slide out of several very tight places. He was arrested n1881in front of No. 83 Neasau street. Lu offier discovered burglars at work in he store, and while looking in the window seaa approached by MeGnire, who bega alking loudly, thereby giving the men on the nside a chance to esocape. He was arrested or various offenses, but managed to worm ut of each one, but at last was tried and onvicted on thrre indietments, one for burglary and two for relonious assault. He was on Oct. 15, 1881, sentenced to ten years in Trenton prison on each indictment,mak nlg thirty years in all. The piicture we have of McGuire was taken in 18Lt and is an excellent likeness. While buhnrla~s will not hesitate to commit a deed of violence if necessary to save themselves, as a ulle they are cowards in th a presenae of the yo lice. "As to murderers. Are they born? No; that is a foolish idea. Marderi const about tlhrough conditions as any other arime. A man commits murder from motives of re venge, jealousy, avarice, lust. The motive will indicate the characteristies of the mur derer. Probably the worst case I've hau died was Unger's. You may reasll the air oumstances. Unger murdered Bottle,' his fellow-workman and room mate, in Janu ary, 1887, out his body in eight pieces, shipped it in a trunk to Baltmno.e and threw the head in the river. In twenty four hour rs from the time the trunk was opened in Baltimore we had the murderer behind the bars and a confession from him, brought about by our own methods. We have the hammer, razor and butcher's saw with which the deed wes done in our cham ber of horrors. Unger broke down in the most pitiable fashion when he confessed. So did McGloin, the murderer of Louis Hunier. The latter was an inoffensive Frenchman, who kept a saloon on West Twenty-sixth street. A number of thieves entered the saloon on the morning of Dec. 10. 18.1. They were surprised by lanier, and one of them shot him. I found that on the 11th of Decem ber a young man, who gave his name and address as Evans, No, 4i32 West Thirty pecond street, had pawned a six shooter in a Ninth avenue pawnshop. This revolver qnrried bullets of exactly the same calibre as the one with which the murder was done. Other evidence established the fact that the "Evans" who pawned the pistol was Michael McGloin, an ex-convict and leader of a gang of thieves. They owned a horse and wagon and used them in the stealing of goods from the sidewalk in front of dry goods stores. One of our detectives disguised succeeded in getting into the good g aces of the proprietors of the robbers' rendez wous and loitered night and day about the place. By my orders, one night while he was inside with the gang, another detective entered the place and posted up a notice offering $500 reward for the arrest and con vistion of Haniet's murderer. The dis guised detective prrt-nded to be dozing in a chair near McGloin who asked Banlield, one of the ganz, after the other detective left the saloon: 'Did 1 weaken or turn white when the bill was hung no?' 'No,' replied Banflield; 'Mike, you've got a hell of at nerve.' lint his nerve deserted him when lie was brought to headquarters, and through the window saw his accomplices marched around the yard. Anld when the pawnbroker with wAhom le pawned the pis tol walked in the room and laid it down on the table without a word, McGloin Cave way." "'t hen there was Chambe lin, the New Haven murderer. lie was alert, keen alid audacious; and Taylor, who was also from New Haven. The lirtter looked like a tiheo logical student, but he was a murder for all that. "Forgers as a rule are clever, well-appear ing men, often of good ednoation and ex cellent engravers. George Engles, the two Bidwells and McDonasld went to England tn 1871 with the Intention of earrying out gigantic forgeries on an elaborate scale. 'They began operations in Liverpool, where they obtained .Ut;,0JO. With this capital they proceeded to, london and opened a banking business and commissionl houses for the diaeotluttig anlld shaving Iof aOln usercial apir. Mcl)onuald organized the firm under the nat.e of "Warner & ('o." 'They did a swamming business for a time, but women with whom Mcl)omald and the lirdwells became. eutan gled gave them away. Engles is dead now. Charles luoker was another noted forger. IH wais It very clever en graver, but he Iot in with Engles. George Wilkes sad other celebrated forgers and counterfeiters, and soon became their aost. valuable ally. lie brat came into notoriety through connection with the robbery of the 'hird National bank of Baltimore, in 1r82. He fled to Europe with "I.ittle Jos" F4 uott, where they mrut Joe Chapman, Ivan jiseovltoh and others, and at once started in flood Turkey with forged eight drafts All hands were arrested and sentenoed to three years salh in prison at pliyrna. Booker, Elliot and the ustsian madeotheir esane and went to London, wh.re they lived wltt Joe Obapman's wife. eOn day Mrs. Obapman, who knew their seerete,wae found dead and all her jewelry sad money missitng. Liecovithb wra enspeeted, bat lied to New York, whre he opened a saloon under Booth a theater. Beooker and Ellott also returned to New York, and, after numerous arrests the former was eon vieted on a charge of counterfeiting and sentenced to Kings county penitentianry, where he now is, This piotere was taken in 1877, and is very good. Forgers usually get off easier than any class of criminals, as it is more difiuelt to fix the guilt on the right narty, You onnot tell much about an edaeated rogse from his face. $eme of the most dangerous criminals look like clergymen. The low eunning of some specially degraded brate will often times thwart a detective who will know how to guard against the more Intelligent methods of educated criminals. 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P.'reben d t(o.. dlrutt ts E&e a. hMont. ALIA.S tH IONt--IN TILE DISTRIC'T court of ts Filrst Jldicisl district of the Isato of Malltau. in and for the county oi tIowia ad Clarks,. - .,i.s ,.'acn. Jr.. plaintiff vs N. P. Shaw, Inletirnit. 'Ie slate of Mlontana sends greeting to the abaso nUalted dofettnda.tt: kouace hereby reoqlres to appear inns action _ronuht against you by the above named plaintiff In tsle district court of the First ,iudmisl distriot if the stalt of Montana, in andi for tile county of awie and (tlarke. nod to atIsweOr i!o eomtnlaint lind theroriu.withi u teliay, itauolusive ul tihe tay oft srvlo) aftar tho serviag u . Sou of this sus ilo.t if aervrd within tllis eoutiy- er. if sorvod sut urts ht e aslnt3", bit wohisl hildistrict, within LIWt!sty dae, oltterwti withint fority days, r ilolgntiLtt by deanult will be taken aeaiusL tet setortlito to the ura)er of said compaitit. I he r»,l actionu is brotght to , over a jodg .ltut t.u EtS7 ttpun an ceittnt ter ouuds waros sntl mi'ohendietu, furtlshul to ite dlfewadnt by theo psintifl at the speoial instasno adll retltteat uf ,tetfudsoi. andi for uterest thereon troll hisl d to. ani for egote of snit. Atid ton aro tulehyl notihod that if yoB fail to Ilii.'l aii ltlo -wr Ihts said iimnlllaint. e abtos res tirrsl, thee hut tainttill will tat,, i fault stti Itidg"teut ea1n.at )tn Iii, 61.t aid interest al.t (tlvni under nu? hbnd und the ,al of the die trict courl o f ,o lrat iutdicial district of the eatia of foi.a. in aIim! for thl itcuat- of Lewle end coos :. N( l hia t ir this ttd l, ays Auaesl. in ,1 tt Jud. U1t. - yar uf oaur Lord ione thllollaneid i ('our- eight hundrad anil niatlt-twu - Jtlt)IN Bit-AN tl-rbt. fly t W. H tnoN, iepulty t leek. Woiw, 5.ru'i & WOeu. AttwCaex for 'laintif . OF HLFJNA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, 5$00,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 Designated Depository of the United States. (aterest Allowed on Time Deposits. General haukine Inelnoas 'l'ranoaetld. Safety Deposit iluze for Hent. Dlreetore a S. T. HAUBER ........................President U. W. KNIGHT ..........................Cashier P. H. KLEIiNSCIMID'I......Asseitant Cashier BEO. 1. HILL........ econd Assistant Cashier lreamvllle Stuart .................. Htockxrewe: ien. T. (C. Powur................ II. Se nalor . ( Cnrtin............ Clarke. Conrad & (turtle K. H. Hamilton.................. ...apitalist . R. Allen............ Mining and Htockgrower iChe . K. W ell ......................... Merchant A. M. lolter ........A. M. Holter Hardware Co. Assealated Banks, Northwesteorn National ank.........Oroat Falls lirst National Bank ...................Missoula First National Hank ........................ Butte erckants National BANK, OF HILENA. MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L H. HERSHFIELD..................resident A. J. DAVIDSON .............Yice-Preident AAION HEISHFIELD.................. Csohier Board of Direstors, Thomas Cru.e, M. Sands, I. S. lllntley. A. K. Prscott, A. J. lavidesn, Moaes Morris, L. Hi. Hershfield, Aaron Hershtiold, .1. Switzer. Fir(t-class City, County and State Secnrities bought and sold. Jxchanoe issued on the principal cities of the Uni ed blaoes and Europe. 'Iransfrs of money mrade by telegraph. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections pronmptly attended to. Heoes for rent. at reasonable prices in one of the bust constructed fire aol burglar proofsafe depDosit vaults in the country. ontana National BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Directores C. A. BROADWATE.... ...........Presiden L G.. PHEhLPS ...................Vic-Presiden t. L. Mect'UILOH .......................t.ahiel a. L. Smith..................Assistant Cashier A. G. Clarke, Herman Gan.: H. F. Gialen, l'Ptr Larson. C. W. Cannon, H. C. Wallas D. A. Cory. ecornd National BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. D. Edgerton .......................... President K. COLE .......... .......... Vice-Presidont IIEOR(4E R. CHILD ..................... 'ashlie JOBEPH N. KENCK........Assistant Cashier Board of Director s: J. B. sanford, C. 0. Evans H. W. Child, S. J. Jones. A. N. Hpratt. Chris Kenck, E. D. ]dgerton, C. It. Cole Georaa B. Child. No. 4400. Selena National BANK, OF HIIELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. JOHN T. MURPHY....................President SHIRLEY C. ASIIBY............Vio-Prresident ,FRANK BAIRD..................... Cashier Interest allowed on time deposits. Exehange issued on foroign countriet. Transfer of money by telegraph. First-class city, county and state securitlte bought, and sold. tollections promptly attended to. Iloard of Directors, John T. Murphy, Shirley ('. Ashby, P. \W. McAdow, Frank Bairdl, (Che. h. Walls, J. IP. Wooltman, F. G. Macla W. . Cutllen. ,Inc. . Mennhall, Abner B. Clemtonts, t. N. ford. A. A. lcDonanl, .1. P Porter. The Thomas Gruse SAVINGS BANK. OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. THOMAS CRUSE............e.........Prosident FtIANliK . CRU ..E...............Vice-Prosident WM. J. COOKIE....... Asut Treat, and Secretary WM. J. SWEENEY .................... Treasure Trustee : Thomas Cr(se, Frank II. Cruse. Wm. J. Cooke. Wmn. J.. Sweeney, Johnt Fagan. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Peposit, col toundtled Janualry an: July. l'ransacte a gtoneral banking bnsineas. Prows exchange on the principal aeties of the United Htatoe and Europe. Dieals in county and city Ionds. and makes loans on rtal estate mortgages. Otlice hours from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Aleo on latnrday and Monday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. -THE. A merican National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. F. C. POWER.........Pri... ... .Prednt A. J. SELIt INMAN ......... ......Vie-'reidnt A. C. JOHN4ON .......................... ('a er 1EO5, F. COI ...........Aesimtantt t'ahier l)Diretors: i T. C. Power. A. .J. 0cllltnan, A. C. Johlataon, Iichlartd lockoy, Jamsle tllivan. Interst allowed on time depotalts. Lxchtang.e (ossoed on prinolnal cities of the United Stat.,,. Canada and EuroeI.I . Itransfero f nmoLsey mlttltd by tlneRraph. Cotllections prluptly att,nded tt, 'Sty. rcounty and tal'sev.rritit e bloughtlandsid. J. L. SMITTI, Freight and Transfer Line .IIELENA, MONTANA. All klndtof mrehandise and otbe frefgb.a Inohltintg ores, prom(tly transferred from the do.L. Ord-re will rosalvs prompt a.tt· o, Oics at J. Fehdriisr's ttre and at tge dgaetk I Pacific Rolling Mill Co., . .-------=== MANUFACTURERS OF CAST STEEL CASTINGS AND STEEL FORGINGS Up to 20,000 Pouinds Woight. True to pattern and superior in strength, toughness and durability to Cast or Wrought Iron in any position or for any service. Gearings, Shoes, Dies, Cams, Tappets, Piston-Heads, Railroad and Machinery Castings of Every Description. Also HOMHOGENEOUS STEEL, SOFT AND DUCTILE, SUPERIOR TO IRON. Also Steel Rods, from / to three inch diameter and Flats from I to S inch. Angles, Tees, Channels and other shape Steel Wagon, Buggy and Truck Tires, Plow Steel; Machinery and Special Shape Steelto size and lengths. Steel Rails from 12 to 45 pounds per yard. Also Railroad and Merchant Iron, Rolled Beams, Angle, Channel and T iron, Bridge and Machine Bolts, Lag Screws, Nuts, Washers, Ship and Boat Spikes; Steamboat Shafts, Cranks, Pistons, Connecting Rods, etc. Car and Locomotive Axles and Frames, and Iron Forgings of all kinds. Iron and Steel Bridge and Roof Work a specialty. HItGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON AND STEEL. Orders receive prompt attention. Send for Catalogues. Address PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO., 202 MARKET STREET. SAN FRANCISCO. SHERIFF'8 SALE-M. BOLLES & CO., plaintiffs, vs. J. W. Howell and Lizzle Howell, defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the distriot eonrt of the Firat judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis ani Clarke, on the 9th day of September, A. 1)., 1892, in the above entitled nation, wherein M. Bolles & Co., the above named plaintiffs, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against J. W. Howell and Lizzie How elI, defendants, on the 9th day of Septem bher, A. D., 1892. for the sum of $1,974.75, besides interest, costs and attorney Iees, which said decree was on the 9th day of September, A. D., 1892, recorded in Judg ment book No. "H," of said court, at page --. I am commanded to sell all those cer tlain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point in the west side of Park street, fifty (50) feet north of the southeast corner of block numbered forty five (45) of the Grand Avenue addition to the city of Helena, running thence north along the west side of Park street forty-five (45) feet to a point, thence west ninety eight and two-thirds (98%) feet to a point in the line between lots numbered two (2) and three (8) in said block forty-five (451, thence south along the line between said lots two (2) and three (3), forty-five (4:,) feet to a point, thence east ninety-eight and two-thirds (98%) feet to the ulace of be ginning; all in the city of Helena, county and state aforesaid; said lot, piece or parcel of land consisting of portions of lots num bered one (1) and two (2), in block forty five (45) of the said addition, according to and as described upon the official plat of the said addition, which plat is now on file, in the manner provided by law, in the office of the county recorder of the said county of Lewis and Clarke. Together with all and singular the tene ments, heredataments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise apper tainlng. Public notice is hereby given that on Sat urday, the lst day of October, A. I)., 1892, at 12 o'clock in., of that day at the iront door of the court house, Helena, Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, I will, in obedi enoe to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above de scribed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in band. G(iven under my hand this 10th day of September, A. D., 1892. (HIARLEM M. JIEFFEiRIS. Sheriff. By liALPu G. JoansoN, Deputy Sheriff. IETERIFF'S BALE,- H. llOltIJE & ('O. p laintilT. va Elizabnth lionm. aduliniintratr-x Sf the slat, of llHenllry lhorn. vlo-,cvmnil, I'liralmth II. 1' ru iai \¥allnoi .1 I lc 'thtirih. ,h alf ,t.u l'nder and by virtoue of I order o" sale and l.rollto t)f t',+r.o.ot u,lre anl tale irssmd oullt Of the di trict icourt of the First judicial district vI tIh, i::ao t'I l,outlaa, in ald for the c,',nly of I swim and Clarke. on thi,- :list cay ,f Augnii . A. 1). ImIt!, in the alRovo intitled aeicton, hlireivi Mi. liolhli & .o,. the above named plainitift. obtainted a julldient andl detcree of forerlo.ure ainh sale aguintat , Ihialeth lMoini, admini-traltrx of lh i+'v ait of lenry lieon. dJrceased. -.+lieabt-a .oin and Wallace I'hornbttrgh. defendantc. on the Hith day of Autlll. A. I. 18:r!, for th c cuni of $Ithiltoi, tacvidae intveri-t, oise anlld mttllrey fees,. whi, raiil ileerce \to:ui oi the lilth cday of Augut, A. I'. .it2. re,",ord*d il Judelg nmout book No. It. of said court at leav I cm icvimianded t, eoll all that r-rtaln lot. l.,re, cr par'el of land, sitatoe, lyinug and Le IiT in thIe cleuutiy of I,wi-n) aud I'larlo, rilato of tlviinlan anti laiude.l and described as fllolwe, 1 ot ullnmber tive (i5. in bhlok inuter ixly tI ,. iiti vf Itleavi townslit. in llt. comi ty of I owi and ('larks, ,tale of Montanai, an described otc the tltiial plat of said Ilelrnci towinsi ill the fftlio of the eoulntyi, lerk andi cecorder of sald vonlty. Tvendther vith all sad sinCrular thli tovtnlemlet, ihre'ditaloeoltc and appllUnrio aos thlierltnunt lil,lonl.i, Inrl i'll ail wimralll l t rtaintinr. l'ublte notico is hnreh) uivci tihatl on 'Iurmlnav, the ?<d day o' st, .-nlmr, A. ID. 1r.12. at 12 iel'"ock m.f that day at tihn fronlt idoor of trh iouirte hlon, lliIe.la wi. andl ('lare icountly, Monlttllnuia, will, in olaydiense eto sal ordelr of elt,. andi cltlvLre of fraeolosurs And pah. e, ll ilhe abtvadv-ccri..l Iprollert(y, r c i, ilt I ' o tlhreot an m ly tie tli ,iaary Ico satiety said vjudamout, with interalt enud "cite, to the hllhit snd tIeet biddelar for .eh in hand. (liven inder my hand this Bet day of Anuust, A. . . 184'S t'l Att . JIFFERIH. ISherill Ill IRLt.ra G. Jonaceo, Deputy Skeritf. CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. H. UNZICKER, General Manager and Secretary. M. UNZICI KR, Western Representative. GHIGAqO IRON WORKS, * * a a BUILDERS OF a a a a / f Gold Mills, Wet and Dry ý11 V UL n0 i gCrushing Silver Mills, Smelt ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting and Pumping Plants of any capacity. Tramways, Cor liss Engines, Compound En 1 S gines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Slhips, Ore and Water Buck e a llts, Wheels and Axles and all kinds of Mine Supplies. • S Exclusive Eastern Manufacturers mad Agents for a a J. M. Bryau's Roller Quartz Mill and lendy's Improved Triumph Concentrator Western Omffce: General Omofe and Workst NO. 4 LOWER MAIN STREET, CLYBOURN AV. AND WILLOW ST. ieleua. Montauna, Chlogeo. Illlmols. SWEND CAURLSON FOR HBEIIFF'I BSAlIE I NIINRY CANNON. tpaintiff, vs, \\ itiau J·. oul',tlu, alo khnowu a, ahd callod Jamra W. Noonan, tathrrine Noonan. laao iraeenhllood and I 'rtiuatd Ilohi,n parD.Ior doing and traniclting businitcen eund t thI lm nalite and style of t,ronhood, Ilohnl A 0.: tthe liunuIrll A ii ll, Itlnvantont rconlpalny. it ror atltin, tax Kahn anl vnliica ht Muth, itoftuldnite. UInder and by virtue of an order f sale andi decree of frrei·lagrn alnd iale i.tt oun anof lhon district counrt if tiheo irst juditcial district of the Asate i Muuntana. in and for the, county of Ieowi. ntld ('lark,' in llI tt' i day of Algist. A. 1), Icl. 111 olr n tuoe rentitled aetiouo. wHllorol rurll 1 an or ll tuII at lplvco ralM( ,1 l ainiir , obtained a jndenilna and decre of fortnclo ure and ale aenitnet WillaIt J J OuNsn1 also known ln i.Id called Jattiec Nt. N'tan., Cathorine Noonan, t ra o ifi erl hbood and Paerdi nnlldit uloi thart tern doing and tfsarsatiut linsineno nludelr tci .rIn Irtids alitll atylo of treenhuod. holin A it'o.. Tho Ilittull I lnie lueertnuti t otlll anly, a ourloratihoi. .iax Kahit And Ai lltami ulh, dftlhndati, on rthe ltd day of Ale-net. A. 1). thI. for trho autm of $t.EItti.'2 toaitdo. tirtorot. coists anti attorney fees. whtiih iautI di'iiei. wan 1n-1 ll.l, :) l Icy .if, ei1gu t. A. 1). Iid. r,'irdidt inA jUlgntnlt tEok Noi. "'i" of aid cottrt at iaxi . I at cuOllllarded to at11 nil' 1 erfiontet. Iltpeit or liartoel tf land, cittiatl,. lying and leng iu tho t county of Irwia and (I'loae. stato otf MuItaua, asninull dod and docribtnd as fntllow. Ii, wit.: hit niunber thlrtilte. (1Yi in blook nunmbor twoutt-four ('II iLL the Nirthern ('aeltio addi lit,, to thie c.ty of lhlena. in tIh eounty o h.owie and i larv., stiLL atiat,' f Montlana. ac cording ito the plat Iof aid Nortlhirn Pacific adtlton on h l to l t tilt ,tlitO of th, rcounty recorder ofl Mid ('ottlltV. 'ioget.nhor with all atrti ingular e to unmoutm hlred ltnatonuls and tppuirtenuauve thereunto be l Stinl or u atnywynl atlprtaitniun. l'ablIle notice al hiartby givan that oil Saturday. thie, 7th dy .1f Mtellton tbr. A. I). LtJ'2. at I2 it cluock tli. of that day at the frott do.r of the rumrthitneu. Hleleta. lewis allnd ('larke oulltty, lMontana, I will, in itulilioneo to acaJd urder of wale and doerr.o of (feorcloure and sale. sell tho abovo deecribed proper(ty, or no muith thereof as aLy be ereeoary to stlaty I' ai judgitlilt.t, with IItterte.t ant cot, ti to Ithelighesat and boat bidder, for cact it hiaid. Given under my hand this 24th day of August. A D. INV. h I.IAS. 11, JpFn IsUi, theri. B]y3r h "M . JouNec, Deputy btherit. ( rFFiC OF TIO IIELENA AND BUTTS ('otopany (owniug and operating the Jersel ]luo oinm e r kleutte, Itiver Bow Deonty, Mon tana). llena, Mont.. Sept. V. 1691. Notice. -'I hero I delhquoeut upon the follow lug l.ecrited stock of tho Helena and luntte otcllllny oU account of aooerutm.,nt levied on the .ut deay Of uly, 182l. tihe several amounts -t. opproite the namres of the respecative share. Iholders as foll, :re. to wit: No. of ANmount lIam.. ('ertificate. hares. D)linquont. Bryan Irvin ....... 5 1165 $0 1 710 I. W. Boattlo .... 8 5,9:4 17 72 A. A. Mclouald ... 10 69,813 178 0l E. i. Ilannister.... 11 7.79'0 281 70 N. A. Wallaceo...... 14 17,0060 1:, It W. W. Benaley .... 15 13.1717 417 1 II. . huort ....... It 5.000 15 00 M. (i. bniuo ...... 18 60.70 2100 10 TX. I. lagnon .... 23 5,590 167 7) t,. 1. (tuddard.... t1 2,500 71 00 Al. (Olden.......... ,1 2.910 08 20 W. (. t hild........ 27 7,7923 241 71 . W. 'oolse........ tO ,00 150 00 SD. Wood ........ :1 .0.00 150 t0 J. h1. llalteinan.... B1 2.bF1 84 56 M. M. 'earl ....... : ,205 15 'r. . Howmlm ..... 37 1.750 112 5 Chas. Rusoell ..... . 2 2.)00 ;5 ('0 Goo. I). tlattie..... 40 1.9!3 177 09 MilHes t'avnnaogh.. 41 b.(10) 1000 I. C:, Miulkerl... 441 1,50 gtt 00 am liley.......... 46 1,600 0 4011 (leu. (Onaoinilht.. 484 1.659 49 ?7 to. W. liatr........ 51 1,457 4 71 O. C. Zoeoklor .... 4 1 01 l) C. Zocokher..... 1,1117 19 1 11 Amo Calvit ....... 1,600 49 10 ('inderella Walk... 5 1,U011 45 00 )i'rloeoe A. Wilson. 0 ,1e 00 10o o0 1I. H. Willleton.... 13 .1000 1009 Wm. .iuton....... 3 .OW 0 0 000 T'otal ............. 07,16.01 And in acoortdane with law so nany shares of eetth tarcol of eaid stook s may be neoeseary will o soold at the ofirceof the Helena and $utte company, room 1, i'owtr hoildimi in the citLy e Helena, on the td ly of OOeto.er, 1891, at 11 o'eolok noun,.to pay ald delinquent aweemsmoe ther.oa. t.ether with coats of advertisnlg and expensee of sale, it. OIOIOWN. Secretary and Taesolrer. Boom 1 Power M1tUltIu , aetnm . 1.