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RINIKING LITTLE WATER.
All Cholera Cases in Berlin Trace
able to Water Infected With
Baillll.
There Is Little Fear in That
City That the Plague Will
Spread.
Ulliam and Franels Joseph Wilt Meet at
the Letter's Capital-Other News
From Europe.
[Copyright, itiA, New York Assoolated Pres. I
SnBLm, Sept. 24--The people of Berlin
adeept the chance of cholera becoming
epidemie quietly. Careful watek is kept
on the water supply. The unoeaing vigl
lance of the sanitary authorities gives the
public confidence that the outbreak will
apt attain serious proportions. It has been
elcary traced that those stricken with the
disease here, apart from imported cases,
owe their illness to the extremely filthy
water of the Spree. The announcement
that the river is infected with cholera
bitealli has set the people on their guard.
Extraordinary precautions are being taken
at Hambura and other points regarding
river traffic and the use of river water.
The emperor started yesterday for Rom
Lnten on a boar and deer hunt. He will
return to Berlin at the end of the week and
go to meet Emperor Francis Joseph at
Vienna, October 9. On the way to Vienna
he will stop to attend the golden wedding
of the grand duke of Baxe-Weimar.
Despite declared discontent on every side
against the new law restricting Sunday
trading, the government has decided to
maintain it, but will authorize communal
authorities to relax its provision where they
really interfere with the personal comfort
of inhabitants. The emperor, speaking as
a member of the Berlin corporation, said
the working people would soon learn the
distinctive value of Sunday repose, and
tasting it would never desire to relinquish
it,
The foreign office has notified William
Walter Phelps, American minister here,
that the government will take measures to
have Germany represented in the various
congresses held at Chicago next year. The
cpmmittee of the German union of bankers
had approved the participation of Germany
in the international monetary conference.
The banks eagerly watch the movement of
silver and. gold, and are now especially in
terested in the Austro-Hungarian conven
tion toward gold currencv. Gold received
by the Austro-Hungarian bank within the
last six weeks amounted to 3(,000000
forins, including 8,500,000 florins in
American eagles. The minting of new gold
coins is about to commence. The Austrian
finanee minister will essue a cold loan of
10,000,000 florins for minting purposes. The
Hungarian finance minister has announced
that as the government is fully provided
with gold for the mint it will not ask a
loan. It has 15,000,000 florins in gold, with
the prospect of receiving 30,000,000 from
the surplus on the financial year.
THE TYPE FOUNDERS' TRUST.
Takes In Almost all of the Manufacturers
In the Country.
Naw Yoax, Sept. 24.-The Times says the
American Type Fonnders' company, as the
newly formed trust, which seeks to control
the type making industries of the country
colls itself,,has issued a preliminary pros
pectus, which gives a definite idea of its
magnitude. The capitalization is $9,000,000
representing 40,000 shares preferred and
60,000 shares of common stock. Twenty
three houses in the trust represent, it is as
soerted, 85 per cent of the entire business
of the country. The president is Robert
Allison, of Allison A Smith, of Cincinnati;
secretary, A. T. H. Brewer, of the Union
Type foundry, of Chicago. Only
three large firms, Farmer, Lit
tle & Co., and the Bruce Type
foundry, of this city, and Barnhart Bros.
A Suindler, of Chicago, remain outside the
combination and, as far as the New York
houses are concerned, it is asserted, they
are practically in harmony with the aims
of the trust, although not caring to iden
tify themselves with it. It is generally
conseded that the new organization will
practically control the market. All the
smaller firms will be crowded out. The
immediate efect of the combination will
be to put an end to the fierce competition
of the last ten years. Ther-te of discounts
will be reduced materially and prices come
up.
A Cholera scare.
NEw YoRx, Sept. 24.-There was a genu
ine cholera soare to-night on the Bowery,
which caused a crowd of 1,500 to collect
arovud the latest supposed victim, who lay
on the sidewalk nearly two hours before the
yellow ambulance took the sick man to the
floating hospital. He isSamuel Mechinsky,
21 years old, a clerk employed at 596 Broad
way, and resides at 198 east Houston street.
He was stricken with a vomiting spell on
the corner of Bowery and Houston, and
the regular ambulance wouldn't take him.
John Galvin, another suspect, was taken
from a filthy rear tenement at 156 west
Twenty-eighth street, and a butcher, whose
name was not learned, was found with
symptoms akin to the cholera at 322 First
avenue.
Sweater Output Bought by John.
NEWARK, N. J., Sept. 24.-Deputy Labor
Inspector Callan, of the state bureau, in
his report regarding work among the fac
tories of Newark, calls particular attention
to the sweating system by tenement house
toilers. He says: "The governor of a
neighboring state detailed inspectors to ex
amine into the system and drive them out
of that state. 'Ihey found most of the
houses owned by New York's 400, and
nearly the entire outrut was shipped to
John Wanamaker, of Philadelphia." Callan
urges the passage of a law to prohibit
sweater honsework.
Tihe lh llldren Escaped.
CirCAro, Sept. 24.-To-day while two
hundred school children were aboard the
old New Bedford whaling ship 1'rogress,
which is tied to a dock in the river here and
used a musem of Arctic curiosities, a ecow
that was being towed through the river
lurched and punched a hole through the
port bow of the Progress. The old whaler
lilled with water and sank to the bottom.
'I he coildren were all safely taken off be
fore she went down. She will be raised and
repaired.
Duelists Who Could Shout.
SAN ANTONIo, Tex. Sept. 24.--Both prin
cipals in the sensational duel at Concep
tion Thursday are dead. Santano Carro
and Daniel Garcia, both wealthy ranohmen,
quarreled and determined to settle it by
duel. Pistols at thirty paces were chosen.
Fourteen shots in all were filed, Carro go
ing to his knees after the fifth, but remain
ing up until he had put three bullets in
Garcia's breast. Then he fell over dead.
Garcia died to-day.
Diaz Declared President.
CITI or MExico, Sept. 24.-The chamber
of deputies, constituting the electoral col-
leges, has declared Porflrio Dias president
of Mexico for four years dating from the
first of next December.
A Denver Gambler's D)eedl.
DeN.vER, Sept, .24-J. H. Kelly, a gambler,
this morning shot and instantly killed his
mistress and then blew his brains out.
Jealousy is supposed to have been the
eause.
THE WRECKBD WHALEBI AK.
Hee CaptaIn en Ioard mad In Danger of
aelan Drewaed.
MAnasrart., Oe., Sept. S4.-All attempts
to mreaUs Capt. O'Brien and his watchm.a.,
who went aboard the wreaked whaleback
steamer, Charles W. Wetmon, a week ago,
have so far proved fruitless. The captaln
and her watchman went of board the
wroked vesel in calm weather, in
order to prevent any one board
ing her and claimina salvae,
Heavy wather has prevailed during
the past week and tugs have been unable to
reach the vesel. The life esaving oew made
several attemnts to take the men off but
their apparatun proved inadequate. T'o-day
when the life saving grew attempted to so
to the wreck the life boat was capisized and
the crew thrown into the water. Cant.
Pope, of Portland, who was in the boat, re
ceived an ugly fleah wound by striking his
head against the gunwhales of the boat.
lie did not recover coeciousness for sev
eral hours.
A volunteer crew of fishermen has been
formed at Empire City to take Captain
O'Brien and the sailor of, but Captain
Loeh, of the life saving service, will not al
lew them to use the life boat. His action
is strongly criticized by the citisens. The
eurt le still running high. The Wetmore
has not changed her position, but is stil
settling in the sand. Her maste are still
standing in the same position as when she
struook.
Robbed a Washingtoa Bank.
TACOMA, Sept. 24.-A special from Ellens
burg to the Ledger says that a report
reached there from Roslyn that Snipes &
Co.'s bank was robbed this afternoon at
two o'clock by six men, who rode up to the
door on horses. Fred Frasier. the teller,
was shot in the leg and seriously hurt
while resisting them. A negro named
Csfley was also reported killed. The sum
secured is said to be $10,000. Officers are
in pursuit but had no clue up to dark.
While the robbers were in the bank Cashier
Abernathy attemuted to get his revolver
but was knocked down by one of the rob
bers.
Assaulted a Bishop.
COIoNCNATI, Sept. 24.-An unknown man
called this afternoon at the residence of
Biehop Mass, in Covington, and asked for
the bishop. The porter directed him to the
room, and when the bishop opened the door
in response to a knock, the stranger felled
him to the floor with a fearful blow, ren
dering him unconscious. The stranger
then fled. The porter tried to stop him,
mut was cowed by the eight of a revolver.
The bishop is not seriously hurt.
The Favorite.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
way is and always has been the popular line
between St. Paul and Minneapolis and Mil
wankee and Chicago.
Its road along the banks of the Missis
sippi from St. Paul to La Crosse, skirting
also as it does the full length of beautiful
Lake Pepin, gives to the traveler one of the
most delightful and picturesque daylight
and evening rides on this continent. From
La Crosse east to Milwaukee and Chicago
this road penetrates the garden of Wiscon
sin and touches, with its mail line, the larg
est cities and towns in that state. Its road
bed, train service and general equipment is
absolutely unexcelled. The famous vesti
buled limited train, with its electric lights,
electric reading lamps, and elegant sleep
ing and dining car service, is not surpassed
by any train in this countty. If you are to
take a trip call for the "Milwaukee"-the
Government Fast Mail Line-and secure
absolute comfort, speed and s.;fety.
From Minneapolis and St. Paul to Mil
waukee and Chicago, four passenger trains
each day.
From Minneapolis and St. Paul to Kansas
City, two passenger trains each day.
From Minneapolis and St. Paul to St.
Louis, two passenger trains each day.
For further information apply to nearest
coupon ticket agent or address
J. T. CONIs Y,
Ass't. Gen'l. Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
STOCKS.
Few vcr-. Sept 24.-l-arslilvr. R83
Copper-Steady; lake, $11.0011l,l10.
I ead-Steady; domrstic. $4.00f'4.0754,
There were little feature to trading, the list
was quiet at narrow limits throughout, except
Louisville, which was pressed for sale and de
clined a fraction. (Cloues were steady, most
stocks showing slight losses.
Governments--)ull, steady.
Petroleum-Market neglected; no transactions
Closing c'loslng
U. S. 4o coupon....114i Oregon imo....... 21!
Pacific o........107 Oregon Nay ...... 73
Atchison.......... 37 Ore'n Short Line. 20
American Ep .... 120 acific Mal ....... 30
C'anada Pa ....... E6 Pullman Palace. ..l 5
Canada South....i. .t4 Reding........... 57iy
Burlington....... 971 rerminal.......... 874
Laikawann......14 . ti. Western .... 38
U. d& . (i......... 47 Ii. (O W. pref...... (i)
I). e .I. i. prof.... 40 . (-. WV. lets......70
Vistillers.......... 54 Rock Island....... (
Kansas&T Tax.... 2514 St. aul........... 78
Lead Trust........ 4:4 t. Paul & Omaha 50
L'vllie & Nash..... 5i Texas Pacific...... 114.
Lake Shor .... 0 Union Pacific.... 37
Michigan Central. 10ll U. S. Ixpres..... 56
Northern Pacific.. I8 argo Express....143
Northwestern ....11:.7 fisatern Union.... 15
New York Central. 1094.
Money on call easy; closed offered 34; prime
paper 444et4; sterling exchange, quiet; steady;
sixty-day bills. $4.8-.4; demand. 14.87.
CIt('AGO ('ATTLE.
'crroo,Sept.214. -Cattle--Reeiptrs, 4,500,stoady;
bulk Texans: business light: good to primo
nativoe. $l.75 5.00; otl.ers, .3.95l4.25; Texans
$l.55f2.95l: rangers, $:3.25Le343.5.
Hoes--Ieceipts 14.000: trifle stronger: rough
and common, $1.90hn5.10j; mixed and packers.
$5 152345.25; prime heavy and butchers' weights,
eheep--Receipts. 1.500: steady; natives, $350lO
5.25; westerns. 4l.l10k 4.05.
I II('AtO0 PRODUCE.
CRTcAnn.Sept.24.-, lose-Wheat--Stuatdy; rash,
73'4c; December. 5.irc.
(Curn-Hilgher; caslh. 45c;: Oct :ber, 4571r.
ats--Steadly: cash. 3:1, uctoher. .24e.
Barley--i5c.
'ork--Steady: cash. $10.50; Octoher, $10.50.
ILard --teady; cash. Octob r, $7.tl02..
bhoulders--$l. 84t 0.50.
bi1ort clear--$7.900 7.5.
Short ribs- $7.45(4 7.50,
C TOCKIiODIDERS' MEETING - THE
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Eureka Reservoir, Canal and Irriga
tion company, for the election of trustees
and such other business ae may come be
fore them, will be held at the office of the
company, Itoom 11, Bailey block, Helena,
on Monday. Oct. :, at 10 o'. lock a. m.
W. M. 0. E l" I'.IES, bscretary.
Z. T. HBUIIt ION, President.
PlOPOSALS FOR BRIDGES-OFFICE
of county clerk, Helena, Mont. Dept.
20, 1)892.-Pctposala will be received until
Oct. 20, at 12 o'clock noon, for an iron comi
bination bridge over the Dearborn liver
near the Roberts place. Said bridge will be
180 feet long, and to be securely anchored
to the rock at the north end with iron
piers, in center and south end with wooden
approach to reach grade of road.
Also one on Prickly fear above Kissel
paugh's, eighty foot span with iron piers,
with wooden approaches on piles.
Also for two wooden bridges abovero Mitch
ell's.
Also bids for grading and fill at Dearborn
bridge will be received at the same time,
plans and specifloations on file at this
office.
The commissioners reserve the right to
reject all bids or to let each bridge separ
ately. J. . 'l'oos:e,
County Clerk.
O FFICE OF THE WOOIIDRUFF MINING
Jcompany, Helena, Moot., Sept. IC, 1892,.
N..tice is hereby Rlven that at a meeting
of the board of trustees of said company
held on this date an assessment of three
eighths of one milt per share was levied
upon thi capital stock of said rompany,
payable October 17, 1892, to John W. Lake.
treasurer, at the Helena National bank.
Any stock upon which said aeseesmelnt
shall remain unpaid on the 17th of October,
i192 shall be deemed delinquent and will
be duly advertised for sale at lublic auc
tion and un!ess payment shall be made be
fore will be sold on the let day of Novem
ber, lM429, to pay the delinquent assessmenit
together with the costs of adveitising and
the expenses of the sale.
JNo. W. EUnr, beo'y., Gold Block.
-ea te, i* y
ins, or no e t and uterine
And a puan atd one, If i doesn't give
satisfaction, In every cse the money paid
for it is refMnded. No other medicine for
women Is sold on these terms.
That's because nothing els is "just as
good."
erhaps the dealer will offer somthsing
that's ' better."
He means that We better for hsrm.
SITUATIONS WANTED--MtIALL.
Advertisements under this bead three times
itIEE.
1TUATION WANTED-TO WORKE RY 'I H
dsr or hour, will take eare of furnished
rooms. Address F. M., this oie.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY AS
housekeeper in a widowers family. Apply
222 Broadway.
ISlTUATION WANTED-BY A FlMBT-CLASS
cook just arrived from New York. Address
7 Itreekenridge street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY THE DAY
house cleasing or wushing. Address 719
Eighth avenue.
SITUATION WANTF'D-A COMPETENT
Sdressmaker who can de any kind of sewing
wants sewing by the day in private family;
charges A$2 per day; cutting done by tailor sys
em. Address M. Z., this ottie.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A DRESSMAKER
.- to work by the day. Address K., this
;ITUATION WANTED--BY A WIDOW WITH
' one child, to assist in general house
rork. A homs more an object than wages. Ad
Iress M. I1. M., this ofie.
eITUATIONS WYANTED-MALIE.
Advertisements under this head three times
1 HEE.
4ITUATION WANTED-BY GENTLEMAN
k understanding bookke ping, short-hand
and type- writing; expectations moderate; can
furniah machise and good cash bonds if re
uired. No objection to camp or country. Ad
dJre J. J. J., this office.
SITUATIO)N WANTED -BY MARIIIED MAN
as janitor or take care of office; good city
reference. Address J. J. A., Independent of
lice.
,ITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT
'and licensed steam engineer; no reasonable
offer refused. Address W. b., this office.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED--A NURSE TO TAKIC ENTIRE
care of two young children; must be ez
perienced, healthy and reliable. Apply 801
Broadway.
IAN'TED-SbEAMSTRESS BY THE DAY.
Address M. (i, Independent office.
HELP WVANTED-M-ALE.
TANTED--100 LABORES FOd GREAT
Northern railway; free fare to Bpokane,
Wash. For particulars inquire atthe Northern
Pacific Employment agency, near N. P. depot.
WANTED-TWO YOUNi MEN TO RUN AS
news agents on Northern Pacifio railroad;
must have security. Inquire at news office,
Northern Pacific depot.
HELP WANTED-MISCBLLANEOUSg
AGENTS WANTED-MALE AND FEMALE.
a old and young, $15 to $2 per day easily made
selling our ueen plating outfits, and doing gold,
siler, nickel, cooper and brass plating, that is
warranted to wear or years, on every class of
metal, tableware, jewelry, eta Light and easily
handled, no expense requilrel to operate them.
Can be carried by hand with ease from hevs*to
house, esame as grip sack or eachel Agents are
making money rapidly. They aell to amost
every businers house and family and workshop.
Cheap, durable, simple and within the reach of
every one. Plates almost instantly, equal to the
finest new work. Send for circulars., etc. Queen
City Silver and Nickel Plating Co.. East St.
Louis, ill.
FOClt IENT--FUNISIsEtD I OOM3$3.
Ollt RE;NT--FOUR NICELY FURINISHIED
Srooms; *5 per month. Don't call Sunday.
08 State street.
I4VU II ENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
a rooms at resonual rates. Harvey block,
Grand street. Next door hlotel Helena.
BOARD AND ROt)O OFFE ItE).
BOARD AND ROOM-FIRST-CLASS TABLE
board; prices reasonable. 218 Broadway.
FOR RENT--FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or without board. Miss Finerty, 517 eroad
way, Wood's block.
OR RENT--ROOMS AND BOARD.
'Warrea street, corner Sixth ave.
FOR RENT-DWELLINGR.
OR IRENT-EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE ON
SClarke street; bath, furnace, gas. Enquire
at 521 Clarke street.
FOR RENT-FOU-ROOM DWELLING, 913
' Wukesha avenue, $10: 7-room house, .8
I'eosta $15: t-roem house, 111 Ofth avenue, $25;
8-room brick dwelling, corner, on Fiftlh avenue,
bath, gas, steam heat, mantels, $35: other houses
at various rents from $6 upwards. Waiter
Matheson (' o.. 353 North Main street.
FORP RENT--M ISELLANEOUR.
FOR IEN'I'-TWENTY-RO(OM BUI .LDING;
steam heat, central location; cheap rent.
W. E. Cox, iold block.
1 Olt RENT--STOlur Oit OFFIC(E IOOM IN
' opera house, Steele & Clementa.
FOR IIENT-UNFURNISIIHED OOal4 IN
opera house. Eteele & Clements.
FORt ALE--REAL ESTATE.
I011 BSALE-TWO tIX-HOOuM IIOUSEy ON
I west pide; easy terms; near now school
bnllding. lounhrlr .&ad olstriro lino Wn.
lath, gtl
01t SALE--FIFTY FEET ON HELENA
avenue near foot of Rodlney at three-fourthj
actual value. Steele & CLlements
1,OII SALE-A LARGIIE NLW HOUSE ON
S rominent avenue; has all modern improve.
mente and is In good condition; price very low
and terms to suit; a snap. W. . Uox. Gold
block.
.O1t BALi-O)NE1 OF THE FINIST
ranches in Montana. 2,OO sores, every sore
ean be irrigated and hlve abondanee of water.
-n range on every ide, good market for etery
thing prodncod, good ;mprovernents; will he olJ
at a great hbargatin. W E. Cox, (old block.
i (U.tbAAI.E 1,1O AN ) A('lEA(┬ŻE AT IAL.
S spol l, the new railroad town in the Flat
raed valley. \1Wm Muth., agt.
."OH O ALE - (1101('E RHSIDEN(CE ]LOTS IN
ilansor addition at very low prios. Wi.
Mtolh. i,g
,OR 01 AL4- LOW--A ('IHOlE IUILDINl
let facing on Iroadwater hoiel grounds
ree front) Win. Mltl, a.t
U S AL:E--IIl :0(x )'100D IIUILIINu
a lot dhxlS on ,youth end of ltodney street
sddre.e box 'il", city peroHIIc.
0I u MAE :-FlU AEIG' OT i0 LINhA pL
a venue t a bargan. er to sitn. bteel.
(lements.
lUIL.SAILp. 'lCitN;t'l~ 1,01'. lSi, on best
Sroeldonen. street inu t city; full view of
the east side ro val d. Adldres bo 17Z oire
Ioltoflion.
OR- ,AL:-F itl EOl.-- MT-R IOM -mIIK
horse on Spencer street. near hlodney, only
few minutes frro poatutofice. at groat bargain.
.ilo ,L &hloeninto.
I" It .1IE. - MIs(:I.I.ANIs -',)
j ; O(1AII. I I 1': F1ull NI'I'UIII,: N.NO IA:;
Ior ItI tirItr ,tn lodging hlbllse. Address
I 1uI. HAI,E CII Al'; IltI('tYt'IE. (1001) Al
Snow. (all at I .oatih Daevis tnlret.
(lORl ALE elHOLAIRSIIIP IN '11 liON-.
tartr Blusines tCollege call at Itllu ltiue.
---.im pro-vetlwl w- in rlieMs lblleA low.
mtree eat atisj 1 re
Imagi ne -ow BeliGate It Is.
RAIRY FRUIT CAKE, White.
-FRUIT CAKE, Black.
BREATH SALMON CAKE.
VIOLET CAKE.
An old Trojan Warrior once said: "To reach man's heart a wise man aimeth
straightway through the stomach." If in ancient Greece this axiom held good, is
there any reason in our modern times why we cannot in like manner reach the
hearts of our people with something new and delicious in the shape of a canned cake,
more delicate than a fresh one. It has been proven, without a doubt, that they will
keep perfectly fresh for months. Buy one and try it with whipped cream.
BTACH, CORY & CO.;
Fine Groceries, Wine Merchants, Helena, Montana.
MI SCELLANEOUS.
W ANTED--A YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN
Vwonld liketo board a couple of children
at her own ho.e. Adoress L A.. Independent
office.
WANTED--AT ONCE. THREE UNFUR
nished rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
dress D., this office.
~ 'ANTED-THE OWNER OF A LARUI
body of low grade, free milling gold ore
wants a capitallst who will build a mill on tih
property for a half interest. Apply to Wm.
Mluth. agt.
TjOR TRADE-IMPROVEo. PROPERTY TO
trade for unimproved. Steela & Clements.
V ANTED--TO TRADE 80 ACRES NEAI.
Great Fadl for Helena property. BteeleA
Clements.
MONEY TI) LOAN.
WMONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY
and farm property. Wm de Lacy. eeadyv.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARM
Sand city property at reasonable rateo of
interest. Steele & Clements.
MONEY TO LUAa-- . +". i. tAMEII. SES
adv,. page a.
FOUND.
FOUND-POCKETBOOKL OWNER CAN
.rohave same by calling at this office, proving
property and paying for this adv.
WALTER MATHESON'S LIST.
700 FOR A CORNER LOT, 50x12, ON
ienton avenue, one block from eleo
tric line; a fine level lot; alley in rear.
$1.l50-Neat cottage on Ei. hth avenue, 100 feet
from electric line: terms. $55 per month; no
down payment required.
$1,250 A neat home on South Davis street
about 10 minules' walk from corner of Broad
way: it embraces over three--quarters of an acre
of land. new cottage, neat new barn and poultry
house; a desirable place for a.'me one who
wishes to keep o wi or poultry; terms. $200
down. $2 per month, inlereat at l per cent.
el.200--Eins corner on Montana avenue in
Flowerree addition, 100x140.
WALTER M ATHESON,
859 North Main street.
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF TIME
for registration.
Notice is hereby given that the time for
the registration of the names of the quali
ied electors in election district No. one, in
the county of Lewis & Clarke, and state of
Montana, prior to the general election to
be held on Tuesday, the 8th day of Novem
ber, 1892, for the said county of Lewis and
Clarke, will expire at 10 o'clock p. m. on
the 15th day of October. A. D. 1892.
The names of the several precincts or
polling places embraced in said election
district No. one are as follows: In the city
of Helena, the First, Third and Fifth
wards, Unionville and Park.
S.. . G1LPATRICK,
Regiatry agent election district No. 1.
Lewis and Clarke county, Montana.
Helena, Mont.. Sept. 23, 1892. Registra
tion offce, Payne's hotel,
OTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION
for probate of will.
In the district court of the First judicial
distriot of the state of Montana, in and for
the county of Lewis and Clarke.
In the matter of the estate of William N.
Baldwin, deceased.
Notice is hereby civen that Tuesday, the
fourth day of October, A. D. 1892, at 10
o'elock of said day. and the court room of
department No. 2 of said court, at the court
house in the city of Helena, county of Lewis
and Clarke, state of Montana, have been
appointed as the time and place for proving
the will of said William N. Baldwin, de
ceased, and for hearing the application of
William D. Smith for the issuance to him
of letters of administration with said will
annexed.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court this twenty-second day of September,
A. D. 1892.
JOHN BEAN, Clerk.
By H. R. TnoMPsoN, Deputy Clerk.
IHERIFF' BSALE-THE MUTUAL
3Benefit Life nsurene company, plain
tiff, vs. Harrold E. Raymond and Ruth
Raymond, 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 rn Clarke, on the 20th
day of September, A. D. 1892, in the above
entitled action, wherein the Mutual Ben
efit Life Insurance company, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and
decree of foreclosure and sale against Har
rold E. Raymond and Ruth Raymond,
defendants, on the 20th day of beptem
ber, A. D. 1892. for the sum of $708.45.
besides interest, costs and attorney ie .,
which said decree was on the 20th day of
September, A. LD. 1892, recorded in Jude
ment book No. "H," of said court, at palue
--. I am commanded to sell all that cer
tain lot, piece or parcel of lend, situate.
lying and being in the county of Lewis and
Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and
described as follows, to-wit:
Lot numbered six (6), in block numbered
eight (8), of the Joseph Cox addition to the
city of Helena, Mont., according to and as
said lot and block are more particularly
described upon the official plat of said
named addition, now on file in the manner
provided by law. in the office of the county
cleok and recorder of the said county of
Lewis and Clarke, Montana.
Together with all and singular the tene
ments. hereditamente and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper
taning.
Public notice is hereby aiven that on
Tuesday, thellthday of October. A. L. 1812,
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 decree of
foreclosure and sale, sell the above de
scribed property, or so much thereof as
mav be necessary to satisfy said Judgment
with interest and costs, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash in hand.
(liven under my hand this 20th day of
September, A. D. 1892.
CHARLES M. JEFFERIIS. Sheriff.
By ItArau 0. Joaanso1 Deputy Sheritff.
SHERIFF'S BALE-JOHN EDGELL,
plaintiff, vs. George H. Pew, Mary J.
ew, Joseph O'Neill and Eliza O'Neill his
wife. A. M. Holter and Martin Holter, co
partners doing business under the firm
name and style of A. M. Holter & Bro.,
defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale
and decree of foreclosure and sale isaued
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 22d
day of September, A. D., 1892, in the above
entitled action, wherein John Edgell, the
above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment
and decree of foreclosure and sale against
George H. Pew, Mary J. Pew, Joseph
O'Neill and Eliza O'Neill, his wife, A. M.
Holter and Martin Holter, co-partners do
ing business under the firm name and style
of A. M. Holter & Bro., defendants, on the
19th day of September, A. D., 1892, for the
sum of $1,096.50 besides interest, costs and
attorneys fees, which said decree was, on
the 19th day of September, A. D.. 1892,
recorded in judgment book No. "H" of
eaid 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 as follows,
to-wit:
The west thirty (30) feet of lot numbered
one hundred and three (103) of block num
bered eleven (11) of the Beattie addition to
the city of Helena, in county and state
state aforesaid; the said traetof land having
a frontage on Tenth avenue of thirty (30)
feet and a depth of seventy-four and five
tenths (74.5) feet, more or less, according
to the official plat of the said addition on
file in the manner provided by law in the
office of the county recorder of said county.
Together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper
taning.
Public notice is hereby given, that on
Saturday, the 15th day of October, A, I).,
1892, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the
front door of the court house, Helena,
Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, I will,
in obedience to said order of sale and decree
of foreclosure and sale, sell the aLove de
scribed property, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with
interest and costs, to the highest and beat
bidder for eash in hand.
Given under my hand, this 22d day of
September, A. D., 1892.
CHARLES M. JEFFERIS.
Sheriff.
By RALPH G. JOHNSON. Deputy Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE.-JOSEPH SHAW,
plaintiff. vs. James Huggins, defendant.
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 dis
triot of the state of Montana, in and for the
county of Lewis and Clarke, on the 21st day
of September, A. D., 1892, in the above enti
tied action, wherein Joseph Shaw, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and
decree of for eclosure and sale against James
Huggins, defendant, on the 21st day of
September, A. D., 1892, for the sum of
$201.40, besides interest, costs and attorney
fees, which said decree was, on the 21st day
of September, A. D., 1892, recorded in judg
ment book No. "H" 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 as follows, to wit:
The Excelsior quartz lode mining claim,
situated in Ottawa mining district, the
same being fifteen hundred feet in length
by six hundred feet in width and being
situated about five hundred feet westerly
from number oae tunnel Belmont mining
claim. The said Excelsior quartz lode
mining claim having been located by the
defendant on the 15th day of May, 1891. the
notice of location being recorded in the
office of the county clerk and recorder of
Lewis and Clarke county, in book four of
lode locations, page 412, the more particular
description of said claim in said records
being hereby made a part.
Together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper
taining.
Public notice is hereby given, that on
Saturday, the 15th day of October, A. D.,
1892, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the
front door of the court house, Helena. Lewis
and Clarke county, Montana, I will, in
obedience 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
interests and costs, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash in band.
Given ounder my hand, this 22d day of
September, A. 1).. 1892.
CHARLEt- M. JEFFERIS, Shertif.
By IArLPn G. JOHnsoN, Deputy Sheriff.
NOTIC(E TO CIIEDITOIIS-IN THE DIN
ttriot court of the First judicial district of
the state of htontana, in and for the county
of Lewie sand ('lrkte.
In the matter of the estate of Henry C(. Wil
kineor, deceameel
Notice is hIreby given by the undersigned, rl
miniatrator of the estate of Henry (. \ ilkinson,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav
lug claims against the said deceased, to exhibit
tLhem with the necessary voohrre, within four
mrouths after the first purblicatlin rf tihis notic".
to the raid adminlstrator at the law olrcn, of
Maas.na alltard room 8, fieold block, Main
street. Helena, IMontana the same being the
place designated for tire transaction of business
of said estate, in the said county of Lewis and
(larks.
lnteod at Helena. Mont Aug. l, AI D. 109.
L d. WILKINSi)N.
Administratoo r of the estate of Henry C. Wilkin
son. deceased.
HOVEY & BICKEL
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C. O. Noyes..............Brown Block, Warren St
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