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woald be well for the democrats to obeer
closely the registration lists, and to wat.
the colonisation of voters from Pennsyl
ranla in Broome, Tioga, Chemung as
Allegany counties.
"T'b republicans are flourishing ar
amount of money and are in excelled
spirits," he said, *.he general idea is thi
the national committee is supplying th
funds."
THE LONG MILITARY RIDE.
Won by the Austrians-Immense sum
Wagered on the Result.
Btanlx, Oct. 4.--At 9:81 this morani
Lient. Miklo, of the Austrian army, one c
the dompetitors in the long distance mili
tary ride, arrived bhere He left Vienna s
7:50 Saturday morning, therefore he we
three days, one hoar and forty-five miuhte
on the road. He was the first of the rideri
either Austrian or German, to finish. Hi
ride had evidently been fast and furioo.
both man and beast being completely wone
out. The second Austrian officer to arrive
was Lisut. Csavossv, who finished the rid
at 11:10 a. m. Lient. Scherber was th
third Austrian to arrive. He came in a
12:85 p. m. A brother of Lieut. Scherbe
came in at 6:20. He was followed by Capt
Stogel, who came in on a gallop, having
covered the distance in eighty-one hour
and ten minutes. Six Austrians complete(
the ride ahead of the first German. 'Thi
has occasioned mush chagrin here. Ove:
20,000.000 marks had been bet on the result,
Lieut. Miklos, the first Austrian to arrive
here, rode 350 miles with thirteen hours of
rest. He sustained his horse with brandy.
The Catthollo Lord Mayor.
LoNDOx, Oct. 4.-A letter written by the
Catholic arohbishop of Westminster,
Vaughn, in which he praises English im
partiality as shown in the election of Knill
to the lord msyorehip of London, but says
a Catholio could not partake of the services
of a false religion, has raised a tempest.
The newspapers have printed many letters
protesting against the statements of the
archbishop. Councilor Moore, who made
such vigorous protest against the selection
of Knill, has not given up the fight against
the lord mayor-elect. He advertised in the
newspapers asking all Britons who do not
favor the election of a Catholic as lord
mayor to communicate with him.
Anglican Church Congress.
LONDON, Oct. 4.-The Anglican church
congress opened at Folkestone to-day.
After an address of welcome a procession
was formed, headed by Most Reverend Ed
ward White Renson, archbishop of Canter
bury and primate of all England, and
marched through crowded streets to the
church. A number of Low churchmen
took position near the passing possession
with a banner inscribed: "We represent
Ridley and Lattimer at the stake, exhort
ing churchmen to withstand idolatry,
priest-craft, ritualism and popish proces
stons." They tried to follow the proces
sion, but spectators set upon them and tore
their banner to ribbons.
Prince Leopold Leads the Germans.
VIENNA. Oct. 4.-Prince Frederick Leo
pold, the first German to start on the ride
to Vienna, led the race as far as Iglan, in
Moravia. Tbere his horse broke down at
nine test night. He managed to get the
animal going again this morning, but in
wretched condition. Prince Leopold was
the first of the German ridere to arrive at
Florisdorf, the Austrian terminus of the
race. He finished at 7:45 o'clock this even
inc. His horse again broke down after he
left Iglan and was given injections of mor
phine before it was able to proceed. Thous
ands of people were present at Florisdorf
to welcome him. At 8:20 p. m. the third
German arrived.
Awaiting the Comling of Cholera.
VIENNA, Oct. 4.-The sanitary commis
sion at Peath has rejected a proposal to
close the public schools, but has resolved
to ereet new blrrarks, flush the canals and,
if necessary, distribute food gratis. There
are only 780 available hospital beds in the
city. The commission, as well as the man
icipality, treat the outbreak of cholera
lightly. This increases the apprehension
felt at Vienna. Count von Taffe says it is
too late and it is now almost impossible to
close Vienna against the pest, so the mal
ady is expected here soon. The epidemic
is spreading throughout Gallicia.
Pllgrlmage to TroltsL
Moscow, Oct. 4.-Thirty thousand pil
grims have started for Troitsa to celebrate
the 500th anniversary of the death
of St. Serglns, accompanied by 1,000
clergymen bearing sacred symbols and im
ages. They sleep in the open air and pre
sent a most wretched appearance. It is
expected that 100,000 in all will assemble
at the Troitsa monastery. St. Sergius was
a leader of the fourteenth century struggle
to throw off the Tartar yoke.
The Flonr Gave Way.
PAmra, Oct. 4.-Brv the collapse of a floor
in the normal school at Tarbeses Hautos,
Pyrennes, Sunday, during a prize distribu
tion, 200 persons were precipitated to the
room beneath. Over one hundred persons
were injured and one child killed. Three
of the injured died to-night.
Morris Park Races.
MoaRIs PARK, Oct. 4.-Six furlongs-The
Iron Master won, Julien second, Orsic
third. ' ime, 1:10:;.
Mile--Russell won, Speculation second,
Kilkenny third. Timre, 1:40k.
Mile and ore-sixteenth-Cynosure won,
Diablo serond, May Wmin third. Time, 1:48.
Mount Vernon stakes - Six furlongs
Helen Nicholsa won, Goy. Foaker second,
Ajrx third. '1 hie, 1:11.
Fall test handicap, mile and one-quarter
-Yorkville tlell won, Candelabra second,
Pickpocket third. Time, 2:0l.
Six furlongs-Sport won, GUrofie colt sec
end, Marshall third. Trime, 1:12:1.
A mnlot.r. orl lt In All Oeeas.
Expert hydrographers and othere of a
enrious turn of mind and a faonulty for
figuring on things that seem impossible of
solution, have conoladed that the waters of
the oceans and seas of our globe hold not
less than 60,0(),,0,00.0,000,ji tons of salt
:0 suspension! If these figures are correct
and the oceans should be entirely dried up,
there would ie a deposit of salt 45j feet
deep over every foot of the great basin! If
taken out and spread upon twhret is now dry
land it would give as a salt covering nearly
1,t00 feet thick.
Anuaal LIe Net Aiiort.
DENVrirn, Oct. 4.-A report has been cir
culated that the Ute Indians are off the
reservations and that trouble between them
and cowboys is iummnent. Gov. Routs was
seen this evening and emphatically denied
tile i, uorl of thie report, and said the In
drans and settlers are on the beat of terms.
Annual sensational reports of trouble are
clrculated, but when investigated they
prove to be without foundation.
ituekln's Araica Calve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruttions, and positively
cures Dlles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give per fect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. nor
sale by It. l. lale & C'o.
Tihe Wife Isually thie Iilatltff.
It is interesting to note that of the :32l -
000 divorces granted in the Inited States
during the last twenty years 316,000 were
granted at the request of wives.-Chicago
A story of Uesry Iltergh.
In semi way the area of the power of the
New York hociety for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals seems to be circum
scribed ainee the death of Henry inergh.
Mr. Iergh did not hesitate to empty an
c.ercrowded car on a hot day, and if he op
n omd at tipes his fellow amu in hise el
S roI r te animail it w5 a fait that leaas
I- towards virtue's side. 'here was no an
ad anelso insolalAeant whose sffertins r1
ported to him wern not immediately ,
1i lieved. There was no argument then wil
at uniformed attaches over the society's jurit
at diction. Mr. Berah brought sentiment I
as his work; it was not abusiness. One wor
log Judge Dely hurried around to the ofat
of the soolety to obtain assistance for a as
that having climbed up a tree could tic
climb down, and was hkely to starve. M
s Bergh was all conern. "But I should to
you. Mr. Bergh," said Judge Daly, "the ot
went up the tile to eatch birds." "M
ii dear jdge," responded Mr. Bergh. hurryin
if a meesenger to the resou5 "it will never d
i- to inuare too closely into the motives c
it oats.'
T'i1E MARK T'P.
STOCKS.
F, yFw vor. Oct. 4.-B-ar sllver. 883
a Copper-eteadier: lake, [email protected]
a lead-Dulli domestle. $4.004t.15,
e The stock market displayed more activity an
*5 more excitement tlan for months. There we
t a sharp upturn at the opening, owing to boe
r interests covering shorts in grangers. Afte
* one o'clock there was considerable buoyancy
I but a sharp rise, however, brought out offering
to take pruoits and measures were promptl:
taken to torco additln al liquidation. I he de
a eline from the highest toint of the day wal
equal to lbI in Distillers, New England 2, Gen
eral hlootrio 19. Lake thore 1%, and from Vs tc
SIt in the remainder of the list. The close wa,
steadier,
Petrolenm--Clod [email protected]
Cloinma Plsetn
U. 8. dreg........114, Northweterna. ....114%
t. 5N. 4a ceopon.... l14i1 Northwestern. piefl4i
U. s. Us ro.......U 100, New ¥orkGleatral.109,
I'Parite ..........107 Oregon m a....... 22
Atchison.......... :'8'i Oreson Nlay....... 75
American gap....lli!s t4reg'nShortLine, 121t
c'anada Pac....... 05 Ptacfie Mal ....... 80!
('Canada outh..... 57 Pullman Palae.. l19
(entral Pacitic .. 29 heading........... 89
Iourlington....... 9 t9 T'erminal.......... 11%
Laekawanna ..... * 161 It. tO.W n.... We 8ter. 4
U. A . ...i......... 50 I:W.. W pref...... I9
Distillers........ .. K. H. W. 1ter..... 79
Illinois Central... 97 Hook Island... I1!4
Kusas &Toxas.... iil St. Paul........... 78%
Lake Shore .......11i2, fit. Panui Omaha L52
Lead u........ 441 leasu Pacific...... 121,
L'vilA & Nachb..... 71g Onion Pacific ..... `9
Miohirgan Central.107 C. 8. IxpreMs..... 60
Missouri Pacitfi... 62 targo Express....144
North American... 12 Western aion .... 904
o erthern Pacific.. 18. AmerL CottonOll. 45ly
N. P ref...... 51?%
*Ex-dividend
Money on oall firm; closed offered 4u; prime
paper 4',it4: sterling exchange, firmer; sixty
day bills $4.850; demand, $4.80!'.
CHICAGO CATTLE.
COrucano, Oct. 4.-Catt e--eaeeilts, 10.000;
slow; steady: choice natives, $5.004g5.50: mod
iuto and good, 04.0O4.8U; other±, $2.854,3.75;
'lexans. 2.1O00L.05; westerns, 02.70H3.b0; stock
ters, [email protected]
Hose-heceipts 18,000: boest grades steady to
strong; others weak; rough and common, $4.93
(1;5.10; packing and mixed, $51044.351: prime
heavy and butchers' weights. $5.450i5.70; light.
$3.17465.00; skips and pigs. ,$1.5iL..U00.
PheIe--l(ceipts. 9.100; active; stronger, na
h' [email protected]: Jrexans. [email protected] 4.5; westerns.
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
(nrrCAa. Oct. 4.--' Close-Wheat-steady; cash,
720oc; December. 78' c.
Corn-lligher; cash. I44li; December, 454o.
Onto-Ntcady;cah., 31.e: November, 82?,.
Barley--li. tile.
York--iteady; cash, $11.(0: January. $l2.l10.
Lard--Oteady cash. $8.321': January. $7.00.
ltbs--Steady: cash. $10.15; January, 8.80.
Short clear-$7.958 8.00.
Shoulders--$7.10037.20.
HELENA WIHOLESALE MAItKETI.
IfLgent. Oct. 4, 192.
Granulated sugar. il 100..........$ Ii 2
Pillsbury's Best flour. a{ 100...... 8 15
Montana flour. 100......... ... 15 2 25
Corn meal, white, 100........... 1:
Corn meal, yellow, 100.......... 1 93
Bacon, dry sit, ........... ... 11
Bacon. smoked, 'i . l............. 12
Bacon, choice breatcfast. ii lb...... 1136
Hame, ........................ 12
Lard. orime leaf, lb ............. 11
Cannedtomatoeo. 1 case.......... 2 75
Driedpeaches, peeled............. 18 20
Dried peaches, unpeeled........... I12 17!3
Buckwheat ................... ... 4 2,
Honey, white clover, combs, I lb. 18
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Peaches, California, box.......S 1 5
eacihes, Ltah.................... 1 35
Grapes, California. 5 crate. ..... 1 0061 50
Grapes, Concord, 5 basket....... 458: 50
lears, per box....... .. 2 t00Yt2 25
Apples, per box................. 1 7502 25
Plums, per orate ......... 1 [email protected] 75
Tomatoee, California, per box.... 1 25
('oconl,uts. l doz............ 1 25
Lemons. Messina. $1 box......... 8 50010 50
Watermelons, per 100 .............. 2 5
Potatoes, new. ' 100 1........... 9001 00
Potatoes, Jersey sweet, 5( bbl... 5 'F 00
Onions. now Cal. 1I ....... 1 i0r 1 60
Green onions, per do........... 21
New Montana cabbage. per wt... 1 00
Cucumhers, per doz .............. 20(30
Cider, new sweet, P bbl.. .. 10 50
Cider, best sweet, ? 14 bbl....... 50045 50
Oysters.
Fresh, can ...................... 51 60
N. Y. Counts in bulk, 5 1,000.... 15 00
Poultry.
Prices are strong and the supply good, We
quote:
lurkeys. dressed, { 1............ 20 22
'thickens, ................... 18 0 20
Chickens. spring, per lb.... 1..... '
live spring, per don...... 4 0 5 J00
iutter and Eggs.
I.ouh the hutter and ego market, are stiffening
up. faney grades of butter are scarce.
.:reamery. fancy........ .... .. 8 ;. 0
Dairy ...................... ... 15 e, 20
reamery bricks................ 2
Cooking ..................... 12 1 15
Eggs, fresh, per case ............ 7 253 l 7 50
Hnvi., ri.nn and Feed.
Montana 1lue htinl, baled, tt ton.. .11 00
Montana timothy, " t ,n............ It 00
Mlontaua npland, to ............. 12 [email protected] 01
Oatla, 10( . . . .
bran and shorts... .... i..
lbhe above qutatiini aro furnished by Ier
bert Nicholouu & Co.. and F. S. I'. LindseP Ak
Co. I
"O*ll('E I ' l lHHEHY GIVEhN THAT AT
itite expliration iif twenty-one days fri,io hie
first piblitcatiin of ttiiui notiet. th.i undersignled
will apply to thel honorable .ei.cltary of the in
trior ler irritrisi,,n to cut aul remove all the
timber suitable for lumvnler. om the rollitwing
described tract .f unistureldl latd, to ni:
('-m menci;lg it the stiottth of the tiroadwsttr
river, thence up said vlreait abi,ii vevein mnile-,
atd embracing a strip, ,f territory abolut toe
mile side itn tie west side atid two miles wile
n the laot ide f rii idriter. measllring Irom tlhe
benoki tireof. and iv situate urb,,ut one-tialf tmilh
He t of Moilot I'.k. and bout Irro an1 t K DO halr
miles east if Coke Ciy.l Monla contIani Og
aboiat rc..li) filn of title hiO.0.) let t ti rf rtis.
lutnbii. tnitl land is ituatls iii unsuroeyed
taiieilip o. 1. r. 15 east. in i'amk count,
Montaa:iJ.f W o t . . MItN,
i)itOiuoivL tl ,l'ALI.D . . . .BiDi AlIt 1NVI1'L1,I)
for graluhilf al.it i:;:) tot of tle Colunty
rIoo 1i iar Wtod 'iiln oil bh lontan I ntral
railwoey ii 'rciCkle I'1ir vanyon. lral- to llave
ur ,nk wall on vide ott; the creek, tu hs eight
fri1*t wide itilo. lii I. to ao a!drressad ii thie
Otiileriieiinthi, t he I crived lntil Oct. tO, oIf.
ilb ordner of tIt Loard.
J. ti. T(OKEBI. (Clerk.
Helena, Montana. (Ice I, IOW.
FIll. ltI"2o It Ti.ti I,UMMON MNIll ICOM
(t pany I hrisa, Miutitsn., l'epi. .79 J.l
Locatlos e fs\uorio: I!tryavtyle, Mlontrnt.
iug d.-soribed stck.t. ti aecllnt of asnessnltint
htryte in July -5. 105d, the eiiveral amsoust, vet
illoileChit tho lanH r4 f tih rcoprutivu suliravhlld
era a. fiillowe, to-wit:
Nanto, No. otf Auetnt
't htrlictiate. Etan. Dlinloiit.
Antli.y, J. W...... 49 lilt $ t. l I
Clark. 'hottias..... 21I ,ll 7 lit
lildy. Jo,. W..... Ii 2,10O 4) (i
lluOggins. lamte.. . 2h 100 10 01 I
tliichell, Mart 1.7 - . .014 40104
1.i2. er toish l.u,doid
l, 1. A i 1.W 1 1.1",0 19 20
htaples. Ilelvna, ,
Be~rdsley(,ru 1 ("-1 to, I
Ilcardosley , live. tt. 111
.11,1 csiksir. Atid w IS; i,, it !
•iid il acio'rdanc will, law ' oul an . olrt'r if;
Jul7. Ioard tr. ro , tils:la o01 tie ilib day t,f
Jnll). 18.J. o maely lhareas of ivlt I,aroel of csld
stock as triay t, .tttesar will be aolid at. ullio
ailtlrto otitl.. l:,th Ila3 o.f ('ctitlbr. lIl'l, at the
tI.e hour of tw,,t ill. .tf aald tley, at fibs ostIr
if the tiuderiogned. hti pay said deliiluent es.
5 ttrl,.int tliortooi, tort.iit.r with rioLt. ii adtsr
tilo|U aiil o iolCeaeei .f' st'i.
l~oom, 1€,9, (jrarito block, Ilttlenal 'Islt.
hIamb oink
S Unusual, b
- made I go
faith. it tº o
war ofo
Imo~lney's to for aUdt y nea
Iwhether you have one till you've ti1ed
ranedy Re. Wbal'a IncPc!Wl. bye
means, yields to te t. 8y 1ij m
It clrea t. worst ease, no mattgere f ]ow"
standing. That's the reason the mtoney
ho offered. TherI's a risk about it, t
sure But it's so small that the p.opriet
are willing to ake it.
Tfhi rmpEoms aof catarrh are s heede
throat, bometumao rol sh, wnaery, and aer
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulel
bloody, put'id and offensive; eyes weak, r,
ing in the ears, deane; offensive bread
smell and taste impaired, and general deb
Ity. Only a few symptoms pret at .~a
SITUATIONS W&A6TID-- EMWALTL
Advertisements under this head three tim
NIE.
lTUATION WANTED-BA WELL EDUCAT
Sgirl, just from Cermany, would like a poe
tion as secont girl In a family; wiiling to tai
oare of children and is a tine neamstres,. 4
Ewing street
SITUA'iON WANTIN'IG--A WOMAN WANT
work by day or bhour wshin done at howl
Address F. M., this ollies.
EITUATION WANTIED-MAS HOUSEELEOp
byr young woman Just from the eash a
Broadwsy.
8ITUA'CION WANTED--A COMPETEN
lrl wnts houeawork. Address Ida, Ind
pendent offce.
AblTATWIuNS T WANTTEAD--MAL E
Advesrtiselment nnOner this head three time
,SITUATION WANTED--BY A YOUNG MAl
Sto drive delivery wagon and work in stea
trietly sober and reliable: eity references if re
quired. Address W. HL, P. 0, box 1,028
HELP lV T NTED-- ALE.
WA'rNTED-TWO YOUNG MEN TO RUN Al
news agents on Northern Pacifio railroad;
must have security. Inquire at news offioe
Northern Pacific depot.
WANTED - MANEUFACTUIiERO' AGENI
for our new preparation oldengloss. i
liquid gold enamel; large qoantitie, sold to dry
goods stores, stationers, hardware dealers, paint
etores anl other trades. The nuly preparatioV
of the kind that will not rub off or tarnish and
can be washed with soap and water: makese
finish on any surface equal to the finest gold
leatf; sold in 25 and 50 cent bottles and in bulk.
Address. stating facilities and experionce, W.
Ii. W'ythe & Co., 289 Main street, Orange, N. J.
FL.RP IVANTED-MISCMLLAAN EOUS
SGENTS WANTED-MALE AND FEMALE.
Aold and young, .l. to $25 per da~y asil made
selling our ueen plating outf, and doing gold,
silver. nickh oper and brass plating, that is
warranted to wear tor year, on every lass of
metal, tableware, jewelry. etc. Light and easily
handled, no expense requirel to operate them.
Can be carried by hand with ease from house tI
Louse, came as grip sack or sachle Agents are
making money rapidly. The sell to almost
every business house and family and workshop.
Cheap. durable. simole and within the reach of
every one. Plate almost instantly, equal to the
fiest new work. Bend for ciroulars, etc. Queen
C'ity ilver and Nickel Platin Co., East t.
Louis, Ill.
FOlt RENT--FURNISHE.D Rt)OMO..
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS AT REA
ronable rates. 208 North hodney street
F 1$5 to 10 per month. 212 North Rodney.
'LOUl IENT-COMFONITABLY FIURNISIHED
n rooms at reassonl rates. Larvey block.
irand street ext door llotl Helena.
]BOARIY AND 104).H O.rFEREI).
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS AND
board at 110 Edwards street.
F~OR REN'r--FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or withoutboard. Mine Finerty, 517 lbroad
say, Wood's block.
O't itENT-ROOMS AND BOARD, l0
SWarren street, corner Sixth ave.
FOIC RENT--DWELLINGs.
F rOH RENT--FURNISHED HOUSE. i IVE
rooms, with piano, $35. 806 Harrison ave.
res o
FOR RIENT-M ISCCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT--ARN WITH WATEIt, STA
bling for four horses, $7 per month; corner
ins and aodney streets. Inquire of lg. Mil
er, 74 South Rodney street.
fI IOh ENT-STORE Oil OFFICE ROOM 1.
F opera house. Steels & Clements.
OK E REN'TI'-U-iFUiNISHED ItOUate IN
opera hous,. ,teeie & Clements.
FOR NAL--RIE AI. ESTATE.
SOlt SALE.-T'WO SiX-IOUM IIOUSES ON
west side; easy terms; near new school
nlilding, toundry And electric lines. Winm
lath, mgt.
LIOO SALE--FIFTY FErT ON HELENA
asenuo near foot of Rodney at three-fourths
artual value. Stale s Clemente.
'010: BALE-A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON
Sprominent avenne; has all modern improve.
•ents and is in good condition; price very low
nd terms to sult; a snap. W. IL Cox. Gold
lock.
.'(R SALE--LOW-A CHOICE BUILDINt
lot facing on Rrosdwater hotel gronnds
c'sstfront) Win, Math, act
I'Olp tALE-- it)R $300OOD HUILDING
" lot SOxzlO on Sooth end of iteosy sea_.es.
aldrss box 227. city pmstoif]
resid.enc street in bscity; fnll view of
teheast si. a. p Ie., cd. Leu 1. aity
postostice.
_IAI)AME DI,IAII])A, EGYPTIAN FOE
irots. t'onsultation 52. No. 17 East State
,treet.
'\ ?AN'I'ED-'T'HE OWNER (O1 A lAlt(il
body of low grade, free milling gold r,re
wants a capliltlit who will build a otll on the
1rolsrly tor a hal interest. Apply ta Wm.i
"Ol: SALE--SCtIOI ,AItISHP IN 'TIlIE It&
ena iiuolness t:oUlege. Call at this osce.
MONIEY TO l.OAN.
o~tNEY TO JOAN ON IMPROVED CITY
and farm property. Wm deLaty. tesade.
-t|OtIlY T'l l.OAN ON MI'JtOVl'l) PAIt.t
. ad city property at reasonaile rates of
•s tsrst 1Stoelt l t'meuts.
-IeNE O - LOA-s-it . ALMEH. SEE
JOlT.
I.OS C-lhAI:ChL MAV- ' IPF BEI.ONrsINt TI)
I'lymotuh (I;othing house. Literal reward
for his roturo.
FOIINDe.
. E'I'ito)tL t)WN ElI tAN
have seame ya cilling at this othc. eroving
property and payt,,' for this ade. -
'IntOPOBALB FOR IBIDGES--OFFICE
of eounty letrk. Haleaa, Mont. Sept.
20, 1S92'.--Psopoels will he rcaaived nntil
Oet. I0. at 12 o'clock noon, for an irsa com
binationbrldpe ever the Dearborn river
car the otbrte plaee. Bald bridewull be
180 feet lang, and to be ascurely asehored
to tIe rock at the north end with iron
pers, In master and soath and with woaden
ap~roach to reaeh grade of road.
Also one on Prickly Pear ahove Klssel
paaeh'le eilhty foet span with Iron piers
with wooden approsheae on pilh.
Als1o for two wooden bridges above tllieh
Alio bids for grading and fllet Dearborn
bridge will be receivedat the same time,
anes and apesifleations on file at thia
The commissioners reserve the right ti
reject ail bids or to let aeh brtdide apar
iely. J. S. 'loosen,
County Clerk,
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If you want the finest Coffee in Helena,
try our J. & M. BLEND.
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WALTER MATHESON'S LINT.
HOUSES FOB SALE.
1.500--Neat cottage on ighth avenue; city
water in kitchen; p2b per month; no down pay
ment required
$1,610--.ttractive, well-built eottage on Boul
der avenue, one block from cracker factory and
opposito public school; bha hall. 4 rooms, pan
try, closets, largo cellar, city water; lot is 50llOot
on the lot is a smrll building sultible for dwell
; 2 per month: no down payment requred.
1.. a0-New brick dwelling in Euterly addi
tion, 8 blooks from lroadway, between Beatti
and Sl.igh hall, 7 roons aid alcove, hath
room folly plumbed pantry, cellar, closets, hot
rad cold water, oak finish: lot is 42x100, with
alley: a very desirable and attractive place.
Terms, C40 per month; no down payment re
quired.
$3.8C0--tandome Qoeea Anne dwelling on
Fifth avenue botwresn eattie and Raleigh; hall.
7 rooms. bath room lully equipped, oellar under
whole house. gas, sewer connection. furnace and
range. good barn: $50 down. $40 per month.
VA'CANT LOTS.
$875 each for good lots on teoeta avenue; $100
down, balance on long time; or to porchaser
who builds on themr these lots will be sold witlh
out any down pyment on 3 to 5 ears' time.
71,0 will buy lotse on Hollins avenue on l..
dio line, on same terms ue above
12 fort a good tuilding lot in Cox addition.
1.,50 for an elegant corner on Montan ave
nne (corner futte and hiontna) 100x140.
$a50 for 2 o:se on Peosta, near Benton avenue,
$1,800 fora flue corner (Benton and Peosta)
100x125: an excell.nt location for anyone who
contemplater building a good residence; elec
tric light lI foet dltant.
FOI RENT.
$8. 3-room dwelling on Pouth Rodney; $10,
4-room houoe No, 1,021 Tenth avenue; $10, No.
all tpenosr street, 4 roomsi $& 5-room house on
Sparta street $1i , 7-room dwelling No. 508
Pee-ta avenue, near Benton avenue; $20 5-room
dwelling on Eighth avenue, betweeon iiodney and
IDavis; $2F. 5-room dwelling. No. 114 Fifth ave
noe. $25. desirable furnished house, bath, on
touth Hodnedr a~b, 9-room modern brick, steam
heat, corner Fifth avenue and leattie.
WAL'tlRH MATIiESON,
389 North (s ain street.
HERIFF'S SALE-HENRY M. OGRAN
ger, plaintiff, vs. George B. Diehl,
Hannah Diehl and Maoeena Bullard, de
fendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale
and decree of foreolosure and sale issued
out of the dietriet court of the first judicial
district of the state of Montana, in and for
the county of Lewis and Clarke. on the 26th
day of September, A. D., 1892, in the above
entitled action, wherein Henry M. Grenger,
the above named plaintiff, obtained a judg
ment and decree of foreclosure and sale
agalnst George B. Diehi, Hannah Diehl
and Massena Bullard. defendants, on the
26th day of Septembe, A. D., 1892, for the
sum of $1,388.13 besides interest, costs snd
attorneys fees, which said decree was. on
the 26th day of September, A. D., 1892,
recorded in judgment book No. "H" of
said court, at page - I am commanded to
sell all those certain 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:
The Seast seventeen (17) feet of lot num
bered two (2), and the west seventeen (17)
feet of lot numbered three (3) in block
numbered forty-two (42) of the Broadwater
addition to the city of Helena, according
to the offcialplt thereof as filed for re-
cord in the office of the county recorder of
said county of Lewis and Clarke.
Together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and apourtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise appei
taining.
Public notice is hereby given, that on
Monday, the 17th 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 above de
scribed property, or so muck thereof as may
be neoessery to satisfy said judgment, with
interest and costs, to the highest and best
bidder for saah in hand.
Given under my hand, this 56th day of
September, A. D., 1892.
CHARLES Mi. JEFFEBIS9
Sheriff.
By RALPH O. JonNsoN, Deputy Sheriff.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. - THE
annoul meeting of the stockholders of
the Jay Gould Mining company will he held
at the office of the telena and Livingston
Smelting and Reduction company. Helena,
Montana, on Wednesday, Oct. 5h, 1892, at 11
o'elook a. ., for the purpoue electing a
boa:d of trustees for the ensuing year, and
the transaotion of such other business as
may properly come before it.
O. R. ALLEN. Secretary.
Helena, Mont., Sept. It;, 1892.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. THE
annual moeting of the stockholders of
the Stedman Foundry and Machine eom
pany for the election of trustees sd trans
aeting such other business so may come be
fore the meeting, will be held at the offie
of the Montana National bank, LYeloen,
Mont., on Thursday, Oct. 6th, at fonu
o'clock p. m. E. BRANSOME,
Helena, Sept. 26, 1892. Sec'y.
$500 REWARD!
F0R TLE RECOVERY OT
The Body of John McPhee
Who was lost Sept. 30, 1891, in
Deer Lodge cou:nty, west of Rtmint
and south of Elliston. Was last
seen about three miles ea.;t of the
Outar-o mine. He wore a dark
suit of clothes and hat, also a
watch with his name engraved
on inside cose.
Address inlormation to
A(GNES McPHEE,
15 South Raleigh St., Helona. Mont.
NTOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF TIME
1- for registration.
Notice is hereby given, that the time foi
the registration of the names of the quall
fied electors in Election district No. 2, i,
the county of Lewis and Clarke, and state
of Montana, prior to the general election,
to be held on Tuesday, the 8th day of No.
vember, 1892, for the said county of Lewis
and Clarke, will expire at 10 o cloak p. m,
on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1892.
The names of the several precincts oi
polling places embraced in said Election
district No. 2 are as follows: Precincts 83
4, 7. 8, 11, 12, 13. 14, 28 and 29, in the count]
of Lewis and Clarke.
JACOB LOEB.
Registry agent election district No. a
Lewis and Clarke County, Montana.
UMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT
of the first judicial district of the state
of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke.
J. T. Walsh, plaintiff, vs. Dog Ureek
Placer Mining company, defendant.
The state of Montana sends greeting to
the above named defencthnt;
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against yon by the above
named plaintiff in the district court of the
first judicial district of the state of Mon
tana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed
therein, within ten days (exclusive of the
day of service) after the service on you of
this summons. if served within this county;
or, if served out of this county, bus within
this district, within twenty days: otherwise
within forty days, or judgment by defanit
will be taken against yeou, accoding to the
prayer of said complaint. The said action
is brought to recoveo' judgment against the
said defendant for $2,228.90, due plaintiff
on a certain contract wherein and whereby
defendant agreed to pay plaintiff $3,000 as
its manager and superintendent for the pe
riod of one year, which said contract plain
tiff has fulfilled on his part, though defend
ant has paid him but $771.10. and has de
tained the remainder by a vexatious and
unreasonable delay since ileptember 1, 1891.
And you are hereby notified that if yon
fail to appear and answer the said com
plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff
will take juodment against you for said
sum of $2.228.90 and interest from Septem
ber 1, 1891, at 10 per cent. besides coseats.
Given under my hand and the seal of the
district court of the first judicial district of
the state of Montana, in and for the county
of Lewis and Clarke, this 18th day of Au
gust, in the year of our Lord. one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-two.
[asAL.] JOHN BEAN, Clerk,
By H. R. THOMPSON, Deputy Clerk.
T. J. Walsh, plaintif's attorney.
CHERIFFS SALE.-JOSEPH SHAW,
plaintiff, vs. James Huggins, defendant.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale issuned out of
the district court of the frst judicial dis
trict 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
tiled action, wherein Joseph Shaw, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and
deocre of forealosure and sale against James
Huggins, defendant, on the 21st day of
September. A. D., 1892, for the sum of
$201.40, besides interest, eoats and attorney
fees, which said decsee 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 quarts 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 one 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 fonur 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
tainlng.
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, Helen,. Lewis
and Clarke county, Montana, I will, in
obedience to said order of sale and deeres
of foreclosure and sale, sell the above de
seribed 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 hand.
Given under my hand, this 22d day of
September. A. D.. 1892.
CHARLES M. JEFFERIS, Sherlff.
By RALP G. JonseoN, Deputy Sheriff.
FFICE OF THE WOODRUFF MINING
O company, Helena, Mont., Sept. 16, 1892.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting
of the board of trustees of said company
held on this date a seasesment of three
eighths of one mill per share was levied
upon the capital stoeo of said company,
payable October 17, 1892, to John W. Lake,
treasurer, at the Heleaa National bank.
Any stock upon which said assessment
shall remain unpaid on the 17th of October,
1892 shall be doemed delinquent and will
be duly advertised for sale at public aue
tion and anless payment shall be made be
fore will be sold on the lt day of Novem
ber, 1882, to pay the delinquent assessment
together with the coats of advertising and
the expeanses of the sale.
Jwo. W. Enn, Seo'y., Gold Bleek.
HOVEY & BICKEL
Civil and
Mining
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CITY STANDS.
Bwend Carlson................38 South Main 8i
Bwend Carlson......... .......13 South Main Si
Fred Baa..e..................185 North Main St
r. H. Clewell ................... Gold Blork
Woodman & Sanders............. Cigar Store
Samuel Herz.......... Motor Office, Power Block
D. W. Carpenter...... Broadway, near Merchantl
Goodman At Co......Corner Broadway and Main
J. Wendell..........................107 Bridge 8t
1. McCormick .............206 North Rodney St
Broadway Fish Market.... Near Merchants Hotel
I. Gaardan ..................825 North Main Bt
A. Forguson...................422 North Main St
7. Rohrbaugh...................Grandon Hotel
B. Warmker......Corner Broadway and Jackson
Mrs. Goeoke....................Eighth Avenue
Broadway Grocery Co..............515 Broadway
J. A. Allen................Grand Central Hotel
Edmund Byer........ Corner Sixth Av. and Park
A. Austin.. Broadway, next to Independent office
C. O. Noyes.............. Brown Block. Warren St
Daniel Morgan..............207 North Rodney St
Wm. Weinstein......Corner Main and Sixth Av
Hotel Helena............................Grand St
Big. Manheim............... Cosmopolitan Hotel
0. G Stubbe.... Triangle Drug Store. N. P. Denoe
MONTANA.
I. W. Lister....................... Missoule
Bildersleve & Charest..................Granite
F. A. Scheuber......................Philipsburg
Chas. Williama........................Granite
P. H. Paradiee...................Philipsburg
King &Kennedy...................... Anaconda
W. B. Burkett....................... Deer Lodge
C. D. Kenyon........................Der Lodge
John Andrew...........................Elkhorn
.. E. Walter........................ Townsend
Taylor & Bay............................Bozeman
H. Arment..............................Bozeman
Bazineki Bros.........................Bozeman
Beo. Pfaf................. ............. Boulder
Botel May..................Boulder Hot Springs
C. A. Matthews........................Marysville
,W. M. Kendrick ......................Marysville
T. W. Warren.......................... Maryseville
J. D. Haes ..........................East Helena
W. B. George............................Billing
rhoa. Person & Co..................Red Lodge
Bazinski Bros...........................Miles City
Mrs. Barnes ............................. Castle
Francis Irvine......................Big Timber
A. Croonqoist..........................Livingston
1. O. Bax & Co......................Livingston
W. B. Annln& Co.....................Livingston
1. H. Dean.............................Cinnabar
L. A. Marsh ............................Kalispl
W. B. Herrias...........................Kallspel
F, W. Buckson.......................... ispel
Nelson, Walker & Co............Columbia Falle
Wolf Bros.................................. Havre
I 8. McDonald.................... Wolf CreesS
W. F. Burg............................Great Falls
R. M. Calkins.......................Great Falls
A. G. Redding...................... Great Falls
Maples& Dablgren.................... Great Falls
Horst Bros ........................Great Falls
W. E. Chamberlin..................Great all
IDAHO.
J. L. 'ritchard.. . .. ...... . Pend d'Oreille
UTAH.
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McCartney & Co...........................Ogden
1rh OwlNews Co......49 W, 2d 8. St., Salt Lake
COLORADO.
Smith & Son............929 Sixteenth St., Denves
WASHINGTON.
1. W. Graham.........................Spokane
J. F. Rlggs........ Poetoffice News Stand. Seattle
Mercer & Nathan......104 8. Second Bt., Seattle
Wenatchee News Co................Wenatchee
Otto P. Johnson........ ........... Wenatchee
Funk's News Depot........Pacific Av., 'laoma
CALIFORNIA.
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Wilbur 'I'ebblle........Merehants Hotel, t. Paul
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