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A Victim 6f Liveripool Jack Returns Home With Plenty of Money. "ortune Frowned on Him at First, but Later on She Smiled. who Happy isenuien Between David Had. kowsky and the Brave Little Wife4 He Left Behind. NEw Yloaa Sept. 18.-A real Monte .risto has returned to this city from an enfosred stile of nearly four years in the wilds of Central and Bouth America. The story of his hardships, followed by comparative wealth, is as strange as fiction, He is David Radkoweky, who was one of the shanghated victims of "Liverpool Jeeak" three years and nine months ago, Prior to that time he was a leather worker in a large factory on West Thirty.third street, and earned $25 a week. Through the fac tory being shut down, Rtadkowsky was out of work. Seeing his savings dwindling .way, he determined to find other employ ment. He went to Castle Garden and there encountered *'Liverpool Jack," who said he would procure for him a good position at $8 or $4 a day on payment to him of a sum of $50. Radkowsky returned to his home on East Broadway, got the $0, told his wife he was going to Wash naton to get work and left. That was the last seen of him by any one who knew him until yesterday morning. After giving the money to "Liverpool Jack," Radkowe.y was taken on board a ship then about to sail for South America. He and about fifty others were consigned like so many cattle to Costa Rion. On arriving at the disembarking port Radkowsky, who is well educated and speaks several languages, made inquiries of some men returning from the place to which he was bound, about work and wages. With one accord they all told him that it he wanted to die within a week to continue his journey, but if he valued his life he had better not go further. The people were ill-fed and fever very prevalent. He thought *of his wife and three children, and concluded that he would not go to the fever stricken district. Unable to pay his way back, or to obtain work where he was, he set out and for two months tramped through the Central Amer ican republics, begging enough from the natives to keep body and soul together. At the end of that time he got work on a cot fee farm, about twenty-five miles from Leon, Nicaragua. He worked here until he had saved some money, when he obtained a job as overseer of a lot of Indian workmen. e made money fast by selling tobacco and fire water to the Indians, and soon devoted himself exclusively to this business. In this way it is said he massed a fortune, in gold, silver, and some unset jewels. Rad koweky says that he was taken ill and was confined to bed for nearly six months, when he spent the equivalent of $1,800. While he was growing rich, his wife was having a hard time here in New York. While she lived in East Broadway she beard from her husband twice, but after she was combelled to leave there through inability to pay the rent she never heard from him. His letters did not reach her. She had almost given him up for dead. A lingering hope remained that some day he Would return, and she worked bravely to keep her children with her. She was finally compelled to have the oldest two commit ted by the justice at Essex Market court to the Deborah Home for Boys. She kept the baby with her, sleeping in cellars or wher ever she could. When she got work in a cloak factory she was obliged to put the baby away also. Yesterday morning she was returning from visiting her children in the home, when she saw her husband and rushed into his arms. He had been looking for her, and was directed by some of their old neighbors to her home and was on the way there when they met. Her joy was uncontrollable. She fairly soreamed for joy, and became hysterical. She is a comely little woman, end rejoices that she had a clean and tidy home, although only two rooms, to welcome her husband to. She had earned $6 a week making cloaks, but her husband says she will not work any more. He brought with eim a trunk, which his wife pointed out pith pride and said it was well filled. Radkowaky refused to mention the kmount of his wealth. He has a large col leetion of coins, trinkets and curios. He will take steps at once to get his children again. Guaranteed unre. We authorize our advertised drugoist to sell Dr. King's Now Discovery for con sumption, coughs and colds, upon this con dition. If you are affloted with a cough, cold or any long, throat or chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may retnun the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never dis appoints. Trial bottles free at B. B. Hale C& o,'s drug store. Large size 50 cents and $1. Are You Suffering From back ache, inflammation of the blad der, blick dust deposit or stone in theblad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys or urinary organs? If thus afflicted do not lose time and waste money on worth less liniments and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greatest all of known remedies, the cel ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable, batisfaction every time. Everything In the line of Job printing at the Independent Job Rtooms. .HEIIFF'B BALE - HENRY CANNON. plaintiff, vns. illiam J. Noonan, also known as and cailed James W. Noonan, Catherine Noonan, Isaac (ireenhood ansd Ferdinand iohm, partners doing and transacting business under the firm name and style of (renlnvood, Btohm & Co.; the ]unnell & non Investment company, a aorpor ation, Max Kahn end \t 111iam Muth, defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale iss.ed out of the district court of tile First Jndicial district of the lateo of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on thle aLd (lay of August. A. D. 134a In the above entitled action, wherein Ienrv Cannon. tile ablove named Dlaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclos. ore and sale agaiest William J. Noonan also known as and called James W. Noona.. t'atlerine Noonan, lease Greenhood and Fordi. nsand I.om. partnersc doing and traneacting },usioes undeor the firm name and style o! ilreenhood, iohm & C(:., The Bunnell r enFo Investment company, a crrperation. wax Rahn end William Moth, defendants, on the 211 day of Aotr.t, A. D. It2. tfr tihe sum of $12.0.2. hseides intereet. coats and attorney fees, which aid decree was ot the idti Idy of nugust. A. t. sc reordedlIn iudement book No. "ll" of raid court at page --, I am commanlded to sell nil teat crtainlot. piece sr parcel of land, iinuate. Iling and eboin in tihe county of Lewis porl iarke. state of Montana, ani bounded and described as follows. to-wit.: Lot ntmlber thirteen (13) in bleak number esnta'-foar (14) in the Northern Pacific auddl. tloo to the city of hlelema, in the county of Lewis and ('tare. and stats of Montana, soc cordiig to tlhe plst of said Northern Pacitfi ddtlt on on 81t in the ofice of the county reuor oerof said county. Sletaer with al and singular the tenements, he laments and aeppurtehauee titresuto be or in anywise appertatning. 'ali notice is hereby given that on iaturday. the 1th ,lay t, .eptens her. A. D. 15. at 1' oel km.ofthatdayat the front door of ths ous onue. Helena. lewis and (Clurk e ounty, lla, I will. in sbeelsnae to said order of sale ad ctreo of foreclosure and rale, sell ths shove deer d property, or o m.ohll thereof as may he n ry to sU' "a haki Jdamnt, with ipnter.t anrý tlste to l t ied beat bidder, for l Igs 4ith day of •oNtrf4A On t mie 1 eAh, L er adow. n Ue d" on of ed Manhood Restored. Dr,E. . WH sit's Nerve and Brain Tratmnt. a tle for .isteh. Dleine Fit ll.. ra.I . e b e, la roetrano c hs ai n t p.tom of lain, esenng iee ity, msery d." ea ar al. Premature ld a a o anowe n epthers 1 m, m.t tyre, Lateorr..ao adall enlae Wan ease llvolunter o )oues. beeain, tell-uhans, re..indv one. h month's reagtment 11, 6 foer 5, by me We guarantee . bs to ure,. Each order for hones, with *" wll.ms.sd written asnte to refnd 11 not redd. ouarantees smed only by Il n . Puashrr Sw. aol. agent.. aljens. ]Mot. Istntly lUflollno in etle appeared lo the edn Francl.so CUronscl°. " udge S- lhad been sick only about two weeks, and it was not until the last three or four days that the malady took a serious turn. At the begin uing of his illnhess he suffered from diabetes and stomach disorder Later the kidneys refused to perormn their linctlons and he passed quietly away. 'thus ended the life of one of the most prominent men in Cali fornita." Like thousands of others his un timely death was the result of neglecling early symptoms of kidney disease. IpIr. YOU are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or any dle raienlent of the kidneys or urinary organs, dote t delay proper treatlment until you are forced to give up your daily duties; dont't waste your money on worthless liniments and worse plasters. but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using thegreatest of all known remedies, the celebrated Oregon Kid ney Tea. It has saved the lives of thousands. Why should it not cure you? Try it. Purely vegetablieandapleaSant to take, $1.00 a pack OFFICE OF TAE HELENA AND BUTTE Company (owning and operatingr the Jersel Blue mine near Butte. tSlver Bow county, Mon tans), helena, Mont.. Sept. 8, 1894. Notice.-There is delinquent .suon the follow. lng described stock of the Helena and Butte company on account of aosesment levied on the 2nd day of July. 1892. the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective share holders - follows, to wit: No. of Amount Name. Certificate Shares. Delinquent. Bryan Irvin........ 5 625 818 75 E. W. eattie...... 8 6,9!4 177 72 A. A. McDonald ... 10 59,836 178 01 E. D. Bannister.... 11 7,791 238 70 S. A. Wallace...... 14 17,(06 1 1i 0 W. W. Emley..... 15 18.747 4112 41 BF..F huart....... 16 5,000 15 00 M. G. atines...... 18 6.70 200 10 E. I. GOagnon .... 29 5,590 167 7) 0. F. Goddard.... 88 2.500 75 00 Al. Olden.......... 25 2.910 88 0 W. C. Child........ 7 7,7920 2 3 71 . .. W. Toole........ 00 O 150 0 E D. Weed......... 1 5,000 150 CO J. . Balteman.... 81 2.812 84 60 . M. earl ........ 41 1,205 16 15 T. P. Bowman....1. 7 8,750 112 50 has. Russell...... 8 2500 00 Geo. D. Beattie..... 40 .03 117 59 Mles Cavennaugh.. 41 5.000 150 00 -. C. ill.tern.... 4t 6,150 190 50 1am Miloy.......... 46 1,563 46 80 A. A inney....... d7 11,281 11 4 Geo. Cnnningham.. 48 1,659 I49 77 o. W. .Gntt........ 51 1,4527 4 71 O. C. Zoeckler .... 4 1 01 0C.lc. Zoeklere..... 6 1,789 52 17 Amos Calvin ....... 57 1,40 9 20 C'nderella Walk... 19 1,500 45 00 FlorenoeA.Wilson. 61 5.000 150 00 I. 8. Williston.... 68 5.000 150 00 Wm. Linton....... 72 2,0H 0 0 00 Totals......... .... 07,502 ........ And in accordance with law so many shares of each areel of raid stock as may be neoessary will Be sold at the oficesof the Helena and Uu'te company, room 1. P'ower building, in the city of Helena, on the 2d day of October, 1892, at 12 o'lch,, noon, to pay said delinqnunt assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. 1. BROWN. Serretary and 't'reaosrer. oom 1 oFewer Boildng, Helena, uont. You Don't Know WHAT A MONTANI A SAPPHIRE Is Until You Have Seen Those Cut by 0, De SolaMendes & Co. 51-53 Maiden Lane, N. Y. SPOIKANE. FALLS AND NORTHERN Eg2ILW.A.Y " " SEASON OF 1893. " e Kootenai Lake and Slocan THE NEW ELDORADO. Direct route to the COLVILLE VALLEY. 1I'TTLI. RIVER. BOUNDIARY CREEK, PAL. MER MOUNTAIN. FAIRVIEW. 'RAIL CREEK, ROBSON. NELSON. BALFOUII PILOT BAY AINSWORTH, KASLO and all points in British Columbla. 'Passengers for 'Irall Creek, Kootenal and bloean poinat will leave Npekame on 'Tuesdays nmd Frldaye at 7 a. in., after the arrivaln of Northern Pacific trains os. 1l and -g-lang throagh frovn Spoanoe to Nelson the same day. A. K. PRESCOTT 4DEAIER INº Marble and Granite MONUMENTS 4ANIt HEADSTONES. Iron Helenan, Ueaelag. Moateem, cHIwFM DA S f. OLJL A.O.,, es . w. edw ans owae , de nd of a t ao f it V of. ap , o isal distrioft 0of 6i r 11640il ttaa itn Ina d for the eounty of Lew. ! nd Clarke, on the Sih es of September, A,1)., D.01 in the above * iitleld action, wee et M, 901III . ., te above named plaiatiffs, oblane a judgment and deoree of forltosere and o 3. W. owell ind elele fow , D, 18e fore the dum of $ T, belde ntrse oats and attorney Ifee, wlloh saId deer was on the Sih day of Beptember, A. D,1., reorded in ladn ment book No. "H," o ld court at page -, I am sommanded to sell ta o r tarl lots, piees or parcels of land, sitnate ling and being in the oounts of Lewis and Lrke, , state of Montans, end bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Berinning at a point in the west side of Park street, fifty (80) feet north of the southeast corner of block numbered forty fve (45) of the Grand Avenue addition to bthe city of Helena, running thence north "long the west side of Park street forty-Ave (4) feelt to a point, thence wet anity eight and two-thirda (09%) feet to a point in the line between lote numbered two (2) end three (8) In said block forty-five (46), thence south along the line between said lota two (2) and three (8), forty-fve (45) feet to a point. thence eaetninety-eight and two.thirds (08%) feet to the place of be ginning; all in the city of Helena, county and state aforesaidi 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, aeoerding 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 cmce of the county recorder of the said county of Lrwis and Clarke. Together with all and sinealar the tene ments, heredatameunte and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise apper taming. Public notice is hereby given that on Sat. urday, the lest day of October, A. D., 1892, at 12 o'clock in., of that day at the front door of the court house, Helena, Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, I will, in obedi ence to said order of sale and deore 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 beet bidder, for cash in hand. liven under my hand this 10th day of September. A. D., 1802. CHARLES M. JEFFERIS. Sheriff. By IALPH G. JOHNSON. Deputy Sheriff. 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The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendantt; You are hereby renuired to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plain liff in thedistriot court of the First judicial die triot of the state of Montana, in and for the sounty of Lowisand Clarie, and to answer the tomplatnt tiled therein, within ten days (excl ueive or the day of service) after tie service on you of this summons, if served within this count,: or, if served out of this county, but within this district,within twenty days: otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken aaint you, according to the prayer of mid comalaint. The raid action is brought to obtain a decree tiseotling the bonds of matrimony existing be Lween the plaintiff and defendant, and t ob. lain general relief. For cause of dtivorce the plaintiff alleges that the defendant has treated her in a cruel and inhuman manner and with ex Ireme cruelty as more fully appears in complaint on file herein. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to Ippear and answer the said complaint, as above required. the said plaintiff will apply to the said court for the relief demanded in said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the dis Irictcourt of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis ----- and 'larke, this id day ol Seal ) August, in the year of our Lord. District one thousand eight hundred and (ourt. ninety-two. B N er. `--r-' JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By H. R. THOMusON, D1eputy (leok. W, W, PatLPs. Attorney for Pluaing. CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. H. UNZICKER, General Manager and Secretary. M. UNZICKER, Western Representative. GHICGAQO IRON WORKS, . a . . BUILDERS OF . a 0 0 nnin Gold Mills, Wet and Dry al iniCrushing Silver Mills, Smelt ing, Concentrating, Leach ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting _AND and Pumping Plants of any --AND-- capacity. 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