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Shaw chsea that he was systmatlil robbed by Elklns and Davis who man the affairs and owned a majority of the stock of the West Virginia Central & Pitts burg railway company, in whIch he is stockholder. Elkine and )Davis are asked for an accounting, while an injunction i aesked to prevent the West Virginia from diiposina of the permanent lease it has on the Piedmont d Cumberland. A MALE BORGIA. Tfiesas Nletil on Trial for Polsonagll feveral Wemnen. Loineox, Oct. 18.-The trial of Thomas Neill, on the charge of wilful murder in connection with what is known as the Lam beth poisoning cases, began in Old Bailey yesterday. Neill is charged with having murdered Matilda Glover, Ellen Donworth, Alice Marsh and Emma Shrivell, with hav ing attempted to poison Louise Harvey and attempting to blackmail Dr. Broadbent end Ur. Harper. The prisoner pleaded not guilty to the charges and the trial was be gun. Seoveal witnesses testified, but nothing of moment was adduced. Court was again crowded to the doors this morn ing. The crowd was so great that it be came necessary to erect barriers at some entrances to check the rush. John C. Kirby, a druggist's clerk, testified that, sinee October lest, he had sold Neill nux vomica, a poison, several times, in quanti tiea of one to four ounces, together with empty capsules. The sales were made to Neill on his own prescription as a doctor. Dr. Graham, who attended Matilda Glover and gave a death certificate when she died, testified that he attended her sev eral times prior to her last illnees. He was called to prescribe to connteract the effects of hard drinking. He admitted that the drinking of brandy while taking the medi cine he gave her would be dangerous. He said he had been told that she drank a quantity of brandy the night of her death. Dr. Stevenson, who analyzed the stomach of the Glover woman, testified that he found atryohnins. J. W. McCullough swore that Netll admitted that he had poisoned several persons. At the afternoon session a daughter of Neill's former landlady testified that Neill told her he was an agent for a drug mer chant and showed her a case of pills. He volunteered the statement when the inquest on the Marsh and rchrivell women was be ing made, that it was a case of cold blooded murder. Witness also had seen a box of gellatin capsules in Neill's room. John Wilson McCullough, of Ottawa, stated that he made the acquaintance of Neill at the Blanchard hotel in Ottawa in the early part of the present year. Neill was there known as Dr. Cream. Once in Neill's toom he asked McCullough if he knew what a cer tain bottle contained. Receiving a nega tive reply Neill volunteered the informa tion that it was poison. McCullough asked what he did with it. Neill replied that he gave it to women for a certain purpose. Being asked in what manner, he showed a box of capsules, saying he gave it in those. Girls Sold Into tin. VIENNA,. Oct. 18.-Considerable of a sen sation has been created by the discovery that there has exisited for a long time in Austrian Galicia a regularly organized band of kidnapers who have made it their busi ness to supply the demand for fresh human flesh for wealthy 'lurks in Constantinople. The gang is composed of men and women, mirking large sums of money through the traffic in young girls. If they could not persuade the girls by glowing descriotions of fine clothes, lives of leisure and plenty of money to accompany them, they would kidnap them. How many girls fell into the trap never will be known, but certainly is large, for since the discovery of their opera tions sixty victims have been released. The stories told by some of the girls as to their treatment are horrible. Twenty-seven members of the gang have been arrested and are awaiting trial. A Clash at Arms. VIENNA, Oct. 18.-An encounter is re- ported between Austrian and Russian er troops on the Galician frontier. Austrian T sentinels near Belzaco refused to admit some c Russian-Polish emigrants into Austrian 5. territory, on the around that the passports C exhibited were defective. The Cossack gunards on the Russian side of the boundary f were anxious to get rid of the emigrants and protested against the action of the Austrians. A shot was fired which killed an Austrian. Shots and bayonet thrusts ci were then freely exchanged. The Russians at length fled. More Than 100 Drowned. HONo KoNO, Oct. 18.-The chief ofilcer of the steamer Bokhara, wrecked in the Fukien channel, has arrived here. He says of the crew, 102 are missing and are al most certainly lost. Among them are the captain, second officer, four engineers, stewardess and seventy natives. Of the o passengers eight military men and twelve P civilians are lost. The cargo of the Bok- N hara consisted of $200,000 in treasure. 1,300 U bales of silk and 800 tons of assorted mer- i ohandise. p French Chamber of Deputies. N PAs,. Oct. 18.--The chamber of deputies C opened to-day. The labor troubles at 1 Carmen was discussed and the government p interpolated. Baeon Iteille, chairman of I the Ca:men Mining company, ended the discussion by declaring that the company is willing to arbitrate the questions at issue with the miners. The chambers thereupon appointed two arbitrators. Smugglers Partial to Silver. ROMe, Oct. 18.-The Italian government I contemplates appealing to the Brussels conference to withdraw the sanction of legal tender from small silver coin outside of the country of issue. Theobject is to stop the outflow of the Italian small silver through the operations of smugglers, which all legal means hitherto have failed to stop. Curlous Bridal Customus. In many parts of Germany it is still cus tomary far the bridesmaids to bring the myrtle wreath, which they bad subscribed together to purchase on the nuptial eve, to the house of the bride, and to remove it from her head at the close of the wedding day. After this has been done, the bride is blindfolded, and the myrtle wreath be ing put into her hand. she tries to put it on the head of one of her bridesmaids as they dance around her, for. in accordance with an old belief, whoever she crowns is sure to be married within a year from that date. As may be imagined, this ceremony is the source of no small excitement, each bridesmaruid being naturally anxious to follow the example of the bride and get married within a year. VIr'. WoVodhull Itenounced. New 'rrORK, Oct. 18.--I be statecommittee of the woman's suffrage party has rsuerd a statement denying that Victoria Woodhull Ms:tin is the party's candidate for presi dent of the United States. The committee says the Women's Journal. the woman suffragists' organ, has repudiated Mrs. Mar tin as a candidate. A Itailroadl Absorbed. PITTerujo, Oct. 18.-It is rumored among railroad officers to-day that a big deal has just been consummated in which the Penn sylvania Southwest system has absorbed the Terre Haute , i'eor.a road and all branches. The Pennsylvania officials pro fess ignorance of the matter. New Missionary Territory. BALiMrrra, Oct. 18.-In the Episcopal convention to-day it was annoneced that the house of bishops had constituted Ari zona and New Mexico separate missionary territory under one episcopate head. Ilucklen's Arnias salve. The best salve in the world for cqts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is gurr anteed to give per feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by II. . Hale & Co. ifEW YORK: "IHELLO, CICAUIUOI" neooes of the Telephone Coaaeettlg the Two Oreat Cittti New Yoax. Oct. 1&-This afternoon in the presence of a distinguished company. the long distance telephone sorvice between this city and Chicago was formally in augurated. President Hudson explained to the assembly, before the test began, that the new connection between New York and Chicago was the longest telephone line in the world. A coronet solo, the "Star Spangle Banner," was then played and the same familiar tone repeated from Chicagloo. The notre came clear and distinct. "America" was sent and received in the same way and then Mayor Grant spoke to Mayor Washburae, of Chicaso: "The city of Chicago greets the city of New York," said Mayor Waehbnrne. "The oity of New York retunse the com pliment and wishes you all snccess in the great celebration you are to have this week," was Mayor Grant's reply. "The city of Chicago extends greeting and oongratulates the nation," said Mayor Washburne i ptuesairely, "on the Ameriesa invention which shall enpplemest the tele graph and enable the people of the conti nent to communicate orally, where they now resort to the post and telegraph." Mayor Grant in conclusion made a grace fun personal expression of regret at his isa bslit to attend the ded cation exereise this week. At the Chicago End. OnwAcAo, Oct. 18.-A representative gath ering from commeteial, sclentific and news araer circles assembled in the Chicago of- 1 oes of the long distance telephone com puny this afternoon to witness the formal opening of telephonic communication be tween New York and Chicago. The main wire was tapped and each visitor provided with a receiver and heard distinctly all that passed on the wire between Mayor Wash burne and Mayor G sant and also the musi cal programme. Too Much Water at Once. BAN ANTONrO. Oct. 18.-News has reached here that a terrific water spout occarred yes terday in Neass county, submerging a large extent of territory to the depth of two feet. It rained for several miles around, the heav iest ever known in that section. THE MARKETS. STOCKS. Naw Yoit, Oct. 18.-Bar silver- 88. Copper--Quiet; steady; lake, $email@example.com. Lead-Quiet; domestic, $3.90(:4.05. ' he volume of business in tihe stock exchange shows a material falling off. The market opened weak, subsequently Lecame strong, and adivanced under the leadership of induetrials. D, stillere rose 18,Linseed after rising 3 tuo 38% reacted to 5lll. 'ho close was weak; final changes in the majority of cases only 4@151 either way. Northern Pacitio preferred gained part of yesterday's lore. C losing Closing . . 4a reg....... 114;. N.W pref........ 12 U. a. 4s coupon... 114 N. Y. Central ..... 110 U. S. 2a reg ....... lt0! Oregon Imp....... 22!i lscific o.......... 10 Oregon Nav....... 7 Atchison........... 58 Ogn Slhort line... 2 AnLerican I xp.... liO Pacific Mail....... 32 Canada Paoicn.... 8P.. Pullman ....o.... 1l8% Canada tiouth..... 57s% leading .... ..... 57si Central n acifim.... 290 erminal......... '. . Burlington....... 11,2 htG. Western.... 3t Lackawanna...... 15:1t IB. t. W. prof.... 67 D). a II, U ........ 5 H. (. 'W. let ..... 14 )istillers .......... i ock Island ...... 81~ Illinois COntral... 110 it. Paul........... 780 sKano c'lex....... 254 8t. P. L Omaha... 52% Lake lhorr.........1', 'lexas Pacific...... 11% Lead 'Fruot ... l4 LCniou l'acific..... 401.1 L'ville & eash .... 0t8i U. 1 . Exp......... 63 idioh. Central.....l,7 l argo eaxp........14 Misesori Pacific... 61'i Western Union.... 98 tor'lc American...' 1l%.1 Amer. t:otton Oil.. 451 No8thern Pacific.. 18 e ugar ..............109 N. i'. pref.......... 5 4 IElecotric ......... 1164 Northwestorn......115% Liuseed..... ...... 381, Money on call ficm. eloseRd offeretl 6 per cent. Prime paper ss. Eterling exchange weaker; sixty-day bills, 84.81: demand, $4..51 CHICAGO LIVl rIUOCK. ('CRHICo, Oct. i.-Cattle--lieceirtse 12,000; steady to strong; choice to vrime natives. 1$5.15 t5.10: other , $3.250i4.90; stockers, $2.5062.90; Texans. 52.u0, 2 80. Hog--lieoeipts., l14,00 higher: rough and com mon, $5.10U5.20; mcixed and packers, $75.835 5.60; prime hieavy and butchers' weights, $5.65 Bheep--ecellpts 0.010: active. shade stronger; otockers, $:I.050c13.75: ewes, 13.8504.50; mixed, 1".254 .80; wethers. $5.00(ac.50. CIIICAG)O I'IOD)UCP. CHICAGO, Cot. 18.--('losing--Wheat-Steady: cash, 73iac; Decmber. 7515c. i'orn--bteadsy; cah, -121c: December. 428O8 Oate-- acy: casl. 291,c; November. 09.er. 'ork--trecly: cash. y11.82': January. $13.10. Lard--; t.ady; cashi. 28.015; January, $7.37!1,. libs--teady; cash, #10 371,1; January, $11.72%,. Harley--2o. Shoulders--$7.20" 7.2'. Short Clears-- i8.2008 25c. HELENA WHOLESAI.tI .t LtRKIrPl. HELENc . Cot. 1. 1,090 Grannulated sugar, Jl 100..........6 i 25 Pillsbury's Best flour. ;V 100...... ( 1 Montana flour. ' 1 1001. ... 2 15t2 25 Corn meal, white. l 10.t........... 1I5 C'orn meal. yellow. b 100.......... 1 8 lIanon, dry salt. . .............. 11 Btacon, smoked, . 1,............... 12 lacon, choice bIreatfast, ~l ...... l. ams. a i ..................... . ... 12 Lard, crime leaf. . D)............ 11 Cannedtomaton. t0 case .......... - Dried pr.ahee, peeledr............. 18 Erb 20 I)ried poaches, icipeeled ......... 15 4 17%1 Buckwheat................... 4 2iS Honey, white cloter, combs. i' b. 18 Fr Fre tnls and Vegetables. a Gropes, Concord, 7Z basket....... 400 45 Ie.a., per box ................... 2 ' 2 30 Appies, per box . 1 75x22 00 ( ucoauunts. Z doz ................. 12 Lemons. Messina. 1 box......... 8 50k.U 00 Voatormelons, per 100 .............. 2 "5 I Potatoes, new. t' I,. 11........... 9JVt 1 0 Potatoes, Jersey sw.et. i. bbl.... 5 5 ofi 00 Oniono, new ('at el 100 lt).... ... 1 50, 1 10 New Montana cabbage. per owt... I 0 Cider, lnow sweet, I hbb ......... 10 5(I Cider, best swet,. V is bbl....... 5 00,B 50 Oystaers. Fresh, ra...... Fi... 00 N. Y. Counts in bulk, ,l 1,00.... 15 00 I'onltry. I'rices are strong and the supply good. We quote: Turkeys. dressed. V l1,............$ 20 RfV 22 ('ieckens, 'l 11........... ......... 18 P 20 Chickens. prinug, nor lb......... 18 @. 20 live spring, per doz...... 4 00 5 00 Inutter atid Eggo. lioth thl butter and egL marketq are stiffening up. Fancy grades of butter are caren. C'reamery. fancy ............ $ :8 4 10 Dairy ... . ..... 15 1, Creamiry bricks. ............... .. 2 ('ookinU ............... . 12 , E:ggs, fresh, ler case ............. 7 25 vl 7 50 HInt. (Grain and FreL. Montena blue joint. baled, #i ten.. $ I ( 00 Montana timothy. t ,.................. I I) Montana ulan,l ton............ . 12 0001ll 09 ' Oata, 10l0.... ....... . ... I .o I rau anid horts ......... 1 2 l he above ,notAtioni are fu rntished hv iler bert Niclhulaon Co.. and F. b. 1'. Lindtsay Co. I O1 Ii: ('1". E .TI c'I,KII)LIDE'-s MIIIF'lP ING 1 .n.nonie letati , o ,l . rlockhorlbhbrs of the Iom Im:uillin I ael .rl "5rea lion. of Helena, for ti. obtioll io trlllti.c to ,, r ,e for thl ensuing year and J( r th lllt anil'cion of other busir eo. will Le held at lthe oflit:c of tih aseoclation at eight p. Ill . calurda,. Ircl. 20, 1e92. A. J. '1TI',H E. te., ,retary PDROPOIALH- SE-:ALE;D BIDB ARE INrI'::D t for grailing about 0) foot of the count,y 1 road Ilear %o I) i biding on the Ioutana enltral railway ill iricitly l oar w 'any,-n, lrvle to Oave a r)lek wrrl o -ide nnxt the crek, ., ,e oight feet wide on toO. hils to I., addressed to the andrrorlined. to be receivOd until Oct 20, 1092. IB olbader oa til Loardl. J. P. TOIOKEIt, Clerk. Iolona. Montana. Cat 1. 1082. t NO'l0lt 'i '10 CIlEIT()IITi- -Il'lATEl: O WV illina N. tbldw t, d o.,- I O Notic.l is hereby given by the undoretgandt, adl n7 ministrator with ', w) I a'lner, of the ). estate O[ tllliatn N. il lwla. d(eease-d, to the ralit ors sof. ald all it -.,Ihv hav -nl l, aillo tainaat tlhe satd deeeased. ao .'.e|ll.it tholn with tahe nll-eeaJ.ey VIouohlici, within folr nmall,,, afarr th. tir I.,ub li--alin oft thin notice, to the 0said aCtl, .is rattr with the will annloedu, at I-n lav tllic. ,a t \1g tr ella llel-rd, r.ian , l.old bloeli. lleh'na, Mion. a, tana. the name being thie ila.e for the transac. ty tion the . tosoII'e of said eatatein thoecoanty of I, Lewis and (largo WILI.(AM D. SWuMIT'H, " A"dminlatrator with the will annexed of the a r tats of Willia N. Baldwin. deeeed. Dated Oat. b. 1b02. os thlat's "Us ery, It rta purifi, and mulchs the blood, eleauY sarid adendthenls the er healthm r A a4* r estorative tonic, it mets at work Sceseot digestion ad nutrltlon, and puplsh ma l a'esath It'. the only and iaver Itnhlnd that's gtar d i very ase, to ta or O It o itdm o all tt' claimed fort. it, the money i aromptly refunded. But it kLeps it. prom is.,--that's the re n It can be ld I this lou only pa, for tse good you net. "Discoveriy atretthes Weak Lungs and cur. BpSptttg o Blood, Shortaem or Breath Bronchitis, Sever Coughs, and kin dred afretions. Do.'t be fooled into taking something else, s.aid to be "Just as good, that the dealer may make a larer proft. There's nothing at all like the " Dsovery." SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALR. Advertisements onder this hoad thre times FREE. ,ITUAT'ION 0%ANTED - A WIDOW } wants a situation to keep house in a whiow r's family. (angive good references. Address IMrs. A, it. this office. SITUATION WANTED-ANY KIND ork; not cooking, by respectable you person. Address '. N ilson, this office. t- AN'.I'EI)--TtO KEEP' HOUSE FOR A WI1 ower of means by a mlodle-aged widoW. Address WAdow. Independent office. SI lTUATION WANTED ANTERALPE manager or help in dry goods store or any position ot trust. Address R. T. this otice. HELP WVANTED-M ALE. 500 teams wanted to work on the Butte, Anaconda A tacifie railroad. Apply to Toolo A I wohy, Butte or Anaconda. WAVa TEt.-ENERGhEI' C MEN A8 ISALES men; ireo prepaid ontfirt one of our agents bor earns el oer dSe~.000 in liveyeare. I. 0. Box 1.371, New York. SANTIED-- ELIABLFT PERMANENT MAN; SNO first year; stamp and references. 'Morris," cate this paper. ANTP1--TWO YOUNG MEN TO RUN AS news agants on Northern l'acitie railroad; must have security. Inquire at news office. Northern Pacific depot. W TANTED - MANUFACTURER'S AGENT for our new praparation tGoldengloss. liquid gold enamel; large quantities mold to dry coods stores, stationers, hardware dealers, paint stores an. other trades. The only preparation of the kind that will not rob off or tarnish and can be washed with soap and water: makes a finish on any srface equal to the finest gold leaf: sold in 25 and ' cent bottles and in bulk. Address. stating facilities and experience. W. It. Vvytke A Co., 289 Main street. Orange, N. J. HELtP \V A NTEI)--M ISOELLA NEOUM. OANTED -A LADY OR U GENTRLEMAN TO teach a class of little girls to dance fancy dances. Addroes at once, Mrs. F. W. Lenzie. Station A, Helena. A GENTS WANTED-MALRE AND FEMALE. old an young, 1 to $25s er day easily mad selling our liueon plating outite and doing gold, silver. niokl. cooper and brass plntinf, that is warranted to wear tot yers, on every clas of metal. tablewarse, jewelry. etc. Light and easily handled, no expense required to operate them. Lan be carried by hand with ease from house to bouse, sane as grip ssack or schol. Agents are making money rapidly. 'hIey sell to almost every busineots house and family and workshop. Cheap. durale, simple and within the reach of every one. Plates almost instantly, equal to the -dast new work. Send for cironiars, etc. Qamn City Silvar and Nickel Plating Co.. East Bit. Louis. 11L fO L ItENT-FURNNIHED) HOOMOS. COtlt itENT-COMFOYiTABSLY D N F tNiBj..D ' rooms at reason, rates. Harvey hirk. Brand streee. Next door Hotel Helena. ]OARI) AND tO<)OO OFFEI.REI). FOR RIENT--FURNIHTROEtD ROOMS. WITH 'or without board. ises Finorty, 517 road way, Wood's block. UOl REtLNT--tOOMS AND BOASHI,. ' Warren street, corner Sixth ave. FtOR ItN. N'-t) .I..iINt . -'OIt IENr--F URN ISHEI) HOUSE ON Clark st:eet. Inquire W. d. pspulding, Homer block. F'Ot IIENT-)Y IIlESIDENCE ON St'PRITE street until June, 1898; 14 rooms, bath. fur nace, etc.: wiil also allow certain furniture to rema'n: low to good lenanut. Address or call. John N. McDonald, Merchants bank building. IF Ilt R'ENT-NIi HT-ROOI BRICKHIHOUSE modlerl convenience.; four bloc.s from Main street on west side. Apply room it, Homer block. P)FOR ILENT--MOISO;Y.t.IANEOUS. JO1 ItENT-TI .. STORE ON ItILIENA avellno formerloy occopie i by A J. David sonu &to. Aplly to A. l. Davidson. National avenue ond '.. 1'. railroad. FolR SAI.E---REAL ESTATE. b FloRl SALE --itCUstE:; PEVEN ItOUMH, I bath: good location on west aide; small cash payment and ansy terms. For particulars addre. 1'. O. lox ;::4.. 4FOIUND). 1OU N 1)-PuC(KE1'TBiOi)K. OWNER CAN sa have samo Iby calling at this ofthce, proving 1 property and paying for this adv. sli inr IiAN IEOl'a . WANIFD--.II) .HIH (COW. LINDtAY & CO., '20 Edwards street. . ANTEDI TO 'I'TRADE--1QUITIH IN 1M- t or..dIlelena propertica for city lots or " acreage adjoini: g Helena. 1y valuations are rcatinable Call .and coo mu. tranklin It. Wallaco, Denver building. JOlt t'ALE--S(CHOI.AtdSiIPt ' IN TIlEI HEu ona lusiness a ollege. Callat this office. MlONEY Tl) LOAN. MIONEY 'TO LOAN ON IMPRoIVED CITY and farm property. Wm dLaory PFeadv. H ONEY T,) LOAN ON lAtl'IlttVEED kAlit and city property at teasonable rates of intereot Ftlel.r & 'Cl e oents. MIONEY 10 LDAA-1-. 0 A oALMEI. obE adv.. page . W. ...TER TIIliEON'u 1u1T. I DWELLINGS ON INNTALLMENT PLAN. $l,Ib5l Nieat corttageon Eoulder avenue opro tie schoool houe aorl one block front cracker fo-t ,ry hall, ftonr rolndo., i antr., closiets. ce i ar. city wat r gr:l outbnlild'ngo. also ont emme It omall butldillg thLat will rnl foir $5 ier nontlI; lot tU 5.,.lo:; hours is thoroughly well Ihunt and ill eatehloLt locality to rent: owner will guarantoe tjurchaoler $:01 ront for next 18 rrfntLlic 'I' rmi. Iiitl down. $25 per month $:.'::,--A verly .ttractien tdwnllrng ou Blake otreet within Ir. miuutOs walk from court house, v.i'h hall. five rrni. ti ,re closet,. i antry. raller, bath ruol, Ihot. aod cold water. derirallr neigt I horr.ul. Only $ !0 down, B.5 per tornth. 1$..T.O--tland omy. brick dweling three blocks rfrrum P'ruadway aind withn atout 10 min t utes' walk from rcuret hon.e: has hall. sovn Sr ouls, s.veral clocetc, pantry. crllar. lath room l:flly oqualIgle I, gas plllubinllg, ot and cold alerc: lot 42all0li with all('.; 42'O0 duaw. 140 per VACANT LOTH. S$511 for twolota (oorner) at junction of llen Srton, Iadi.rton and l'ut,nt anenues. An elegant lbnidnig s.n. , 1l, per front fort for a fine lot on Butte f street near flow.were addition, UaxI40. Terr.r, SlO patr tllontlP. no dn lt taynuint required. lottlr ti ai acavil:gs lanl;. I 500 per tront footrl for- 140 fret en Montana avralns in Slowerce addition: cruer lot on I utteIanII loi'ana 1() fIat LdreI: achoice lo s itroIn for anyole who culotontplate bUllilding andt wl tt plenty of roullnd at a very lw price. . dI, for a level lot on bhparta stret I. ('o adl e ditltn. FORt iRENT. Very attractive furnisled hous: of wven ro,,oms S(five lnrnlls wish l lthi, etc., i. I sattle 'trent: $::l to fainily will out enmail childroln. I 1, Noi. !II Iplaicer streett four roomstt: $15. aeven-room ilon..Ni,t. 5 I oaltsa. near tPnlon avenue; tll,. nest brica dwellug, No. I.;tl I lft:t avenue. I-a'h. etc.: $3.. five-room dwelling t n Eight'l avit ne near itolino): 3215, six-room dwelling l o h 114 siftl avenue, within bee mii itts' walk frt.t S.ltln strc'et: 135. Oeilrt-rliom brick corner kiltth and aatie, Lathlt, elaitt hbea WAIl 11: .1 -VIll EIN, 3SD North Main atreat. IMPORTED CIGARS. We Have a Large Stock of FINE HAVANA GIGARS In all sizes, which we will GLOSE OUT AT GOST .-r Were purchased from first hands and are in prime condition. BACH, GORY & CO. Chandler & Rudd Club House and Brandied Cheese Just Received. -FFtICE OF STATE FURNISHING BOARbD Helena. Mont. Oct. 6, 1802. Pursuant to law proposale are hereby invited for the printing of each of the following reportas for the fiscal year ending Dee. I, 192'' t h Report of andttor sed treasurer. b Report of board of eqlization. ri Report of board of land commissioners. I Report of bo.ird of prison comwiseioners. leport of board of pardons. - Report of board ot examiners. Report of board of commissioners for insane ! Report of bard of arbitration. lfeport of state veerinarian. (id Repoert of state medical board. di Report of state land agent. at Report of state mineral land agent. at Report of state boiler inspector. 18 Report of state mine Inspector ut Report of state adjutant-generaL .o Feport of state snperietendeo t of publie in- sI utrotion. th Report of state contractors for keeping insane. lieport of state contractors for keeping con- at viots. d Report of Montana Historical society. i ieport of Montana law library. at 1eport of secretary of state. p Report of attorney-generaL t m hriting to be done as per sample on file in tI this office. Proof tebe read by the respective officers. One thousandcopiee of each report re quired. thale and figure work, and solid matter, should be separatety stated. Bide should be addressed t to Joseph A. Toole. president state furnishing board Helena, Montana and accompanied by a bond in the sum of three thousand d 'lars, as required by law, and conditisned that if the bidder hi ha.l receive the award, he will. as soon as the work or any part of it iesut in his hands. corn mornce to do the same under sueh rules and ere latione as the board may prescribe, and that the whole work shall be compiled and ready tor de- It livery on the 91st day of Decenaeer, 1892. Bids will be opened on Friday, Oct. 2N. 1 a92. at JOu. i. TOOtE. a President State Furnishing Board. JRHERIFF'SSALE--ALBEtiT Q. SWEETSER. b plaintiff, vs. Mary C. Lonn, heoorge Lun, b Arthur O'Brien and Hannah Williamsn defend. auts. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and deree 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 and Clarke. on the I. h day of tctober. A. D. 18962 in the above entitled action, wherein Albert D. wietoler. the above named plaintiff, obtained s judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale f aanet IuMary C. Ln:in, teorroe Lunn, . rthtur O'i ril and ihonnah silliamens, defendants, on the ld day of October. A. D. 192,. for the sum of $1.20.60 liesidee interest. costa and attorney's fees. which said decree was on the 3d'day of Lctober, A. D.. 1892. recorded int judgment book No. Hi of said court at page 1 sin commanded to sell atl that certain lol iece or parcel of land, situate. lying and being n the county of l.ewis and Clarke. state of Montana and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Lot numbered seven (7) in block numbered seven (7) of the Joseph Cox addition to the city of Helena. in said count and state, said lot having a frontage of fifty (50) feet on liodney street and s depth of one hundred and fifty (15) feet, according to and as described upon the of ficial plast of sai addition on tile in the office of the county recordor of said county. Together with all snd sinngular the tenements. herelitaments and appnrtenannce thereunto be longing or it any wise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that on Fri day. the 2tth day of Octobter, A. D. 1992. at 12 o'clock m. of that day. at the front door of the court house. Hlena,. Lvewis and Clarke coun ty. Montana, 1 will. in obedience t, raid order of eale and decree of foreclosure and sale. cell the above described prop, ty. or so much there of as may be necerssary to eetiey said judgment, with interest and costs, to the highest and beat bidder fdor cash inhanld. Given under my hand this 5th day of October. A. D.. 1892 ( HAItIIFS MI. JEFFERIS, Sheriff. By RALPr Ui. JoneNSON. t eputy b.eriff. LIAS SIUMMONS--N TI1E DISTRICT court of the oirst judicial district of the I state of Montana in and for the county of Lewis and Clarkt. mWahcor r. ,l)l,arre. tplaintiff, vs. olizabeth M. Detabnrre. defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear inan action brought ayai tst you by the above named plain titff in thedistrict court of the First judicial dis trict of the state of Montana, in and for the rounty of Lewis and Clarge, and to answer the comlait iled therein, within ten days exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of ttis summons, if erved within this cottit,: or. if servedl out of this county, but within this di-trict.within twenty days: otherwise within forry drys. or iudgunsut by default will be taken against y'tu, according to the prayer of eaid compiiaint. Tile said action is brought to diiosolvethe bonds of matlrtioty now eisintig between you anid the laintiff heroin '! h,' corn '.tin alleg'.s among other things that y:en and the pilaintiff l were marritd lDte.:l. I 1;', in . ew York city, fand that ou or alitit the 2d dlay of August. llilI you wilftly atiel Vwithout caotL'i dl.eerhld andi abandoned platitilff at AsHutry Park. in the state L of 'rw Jersey. and hov eover rititco and still continle lto wilfutly anso witho:tt tr-uc delert, attend. ti and ],v,. elsttrat', and apanrt front him ii.h ill lty sutliciLeut causei or rea on andi sagain-t tis sili nd wilihouthi, conoett, not withstlend , I:hi eiffrti to idltllcii .ttl uto return to hint. P.i:i.t;ff al.it alleges resildot.It in the State of .,,intlt, t ftr onr yrtear t.et rllrtiediately Srerccding the b ui nting of this suit. Ar ind you are hereby notifitd that if you fail to altptar antd nerer the raill rotlplaitnt, at above t reTuiredtl i.. snalil t wii lil till ntply to tihe ir court fu, r t.. rthiof in nti I t ,tttilnint dlrtianutl i (liven niher my hiandt sntito cit of the die. sr trictcourtof tile Firstr jtdlicial distriot if tile 1l sate of Monttrea, in antl for the outsnty of Lewis anit I larkt. this I511t day of t(it Fet I .eor. in tie year eof our Lord P District " none tlturuand eight hundred and t court ninety-two. J..HN IIEAN, Clerk. Ity C. 61'. IitiicI'itN. i:'pntvt' ler.e. rT T. i.1 rui her. Attorney for lItiintill. N OTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS i --Notice is heceby given that the 5 trostees of school district No. Fi, of Mis sonla covnty, Montana, will on the eft day of October, 18112, at three o'clock in the n- afternoon of that day at the office of Lind 0 sey it & Wright. in Columbia Falls. Montana, offer for sale $10,000 of the coupon school Sbonds of said district, the same to bear in d. terest at a rate not exceeding seven ier cent per annum, payable annually and to be na come due and paytable in ten years from the tn first day of January, 1893. and issued In de s nominations of $l.0 each. The said con Span bonds are to be sold at not less than t their faes veloe. Sealod bids will be re selved by the board of truslees up to three o'clock in the afternoon of the 2Jth day of e O rtobero, 1892, at which time all proposal ie s will be opened and considered by the boad I of trustees. The tight is reserved to resect 17. i tny all and bide and sell thesameatprivate tin sale if deemed for the bet intereuls of the ni sohool district. Address all bide to A. Y. m. Lilndsey, Columbia Ilulle, Mont. r- By order of the hoard of trustees. em DR. JOB. PIEDALUE. at, Jbhairmaa A. V,. LINDSEY, Clerk. .OC KHOILDEBS' IMEETING-THE AN nual meting of the board and members of the Working Woman's Home for the election of the board for the ensuing year end for the trans action of suoh business as mar come before the hoard will be held at Mrs. Hilman's, Brerken ridge street, Oct. 1. 189. DELIA A. KELLOGG, Secretary. HEtiIFF', SALE - TIMOTHY WII:COX plaintiff, vs. Patrick A. 'omer. defendant. Under and by virtue of an order of sale am decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the statb of Montana, in and for the conunty of Lewis and Clarke. on the 11tih day of October. A. D. 189.. in the above entitled action, wherein 'lim othy Wilrcox, the above name I plaintilf, ob tained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against Patrick A. Coer, defendant, on the lltl day of Septemnber, A. D. 1912. for the sum of $f0i, besides interest costs and attorney fees, which said decree was on the 111th day of teptember, A. D. h92. recorded in judg ment book No. "H" of said court, at page lt- I am commanded to seal all those certain lot.s pieces or parcels of land, situate lying and being in the ouonty of Lewis and Clark,. state of Mon tana, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: ote number thirty-one (B) and thirty-two i(12),. in blocrk numter one hundred and thirty-four (114) in the Mling addition to the city of helena. Mon tana, according to the ofticial plat thereof on ile i"t the office of the ocanty recorder of raid county of I ewis and Clarke. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereant:n be. lonino., or in anywise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that on Friday the 4th day of Noveniher. A. D. 1891. at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the front door of the court house. Helena. Lewis and Clarke county, Mon lan, I will. in obedience to said order of sel end decree of foreclosure and eale, nell the above described property, or so much thereof as mak be necsesary to satisfy said judgment. with interest and costs, to the highest and besat bidder, for cash in hand. Given vunrer my hand this 18th day of Octo. ber. A. B. 1892 r. A. D. CHAS. M. JEFFERIS. Sheriff By IAL1'H G. JOHNSON, Deputy Steriff. UMION9.--IN THE DISTRICT COURT O0 the First juitical district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. oes Paulsen. plaintiff, vs. M. M. Moore, A. Welseniorn. i. A. Jones and i. T. Beardt. de fendants. 'lhe stats of Montana send, greeting to the above namod defendants: You are hereby required t. appear in an action broulght acaitnt yoti by (lhe above nnmed pluintitf in the district court of thie First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis andi Clarke, and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this comtyt; or. if servetd out of this county, but within ttie district, within twenty dayst otherwise within forty days, or jndgment by default will he taken against tyou according to the prayer of said complaint. 'ihe said action is brought to rcover a jundg meat for the sum of $99.44. and the cots otf suit, including *i.Oh paid for verifying, making and recording his lien, and $'0 to be allowed and fixed by the o urt as attorney's fees, for fore. closing said lien, and to have the whoile jndz nent decreedl to be a lien upon the Gold hing qluartz lode mining claim, situated in Lewis ani t.lark.i county, N..ontana, in Dry Gulch minirg district, and an extension of the Iron King lode. The adjoining claims are the outheirland on the north, the Jumbo, on the east, and the Iron hing on the westal. The location is distinctly markid on the ground so that its boundaries can be Sa idily traced, by a stake at discovery shaft, and isubitantial posts at each corner, and is 1,100 feet long by ti.0 feet wide. The said sum of 19.L34 is due the plaintiff for work and labor performedt for dfendantea at their reqnest, on the said described premises. Also to hlare the said lien foreclosed and the property herein de scritbe od solunder the order of the court. and the proceeds applied to the eatisfaction of the judo meennt hereinto, and for deficiency judgment. is rcase this judgment is not satisited by the appli I cation of saidt proceeds, all as more fully ap Spears in the complaint on file herein, to which referInec' ir Ister¢b; nuada h And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear sod ansnwer te said complaint, as above required. the said plaintiff will apiply to the courttrt to,. ti relisf denmandeil in hi. complaint. SGiven under my haml and the seal of the dis trict ru.rt of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis Sand (Clarke, tbisa thu day of AAC*itt. in the year o ot our ,Lord one thousand eight hundred and 5 ninety-two. 0e L . I JOIHN BEAN. Clerk a By ('. W. BlvTO.-,. Deputy Clerk. it IDavid B. Carpenter, Attorney for I'lalntilt. is -------- 9HF.RIWF'S BALE-DANIEL WILDE. PLAIN I. tiff vs. Ole M. Borergen, fotaf Borgen. Charles H. Anderson and 'alter Matheson, de ferdants Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and pale issued out of the distriot court of the lirst judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the rounty of lewis and Clarke. on the 5th day of t.ctosier. A. D. 18912. in the above entitled actSon, wherein Ianiel Wilde. the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure aud sale against Ul. M. 'sr.en, cophia Liorgen. t hart i. ndiersn anid C.alter 1sathon ,.c de ifndant.. on the :ti day of r itoter, A. L. 188?. for the srm of $1,lrt.Ot. besidee ilterest. crst. and attorney' fees, which said deorce was on the ad day of . ctober. A. D. 1882. recorded in Judg m. t book No. H. of said court at pl.go --l I am cnmmanded to sell all that certain lot. piece ,r paircel of land. situatoe, lying and be int in the county of Lewis and (Clarke. state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows to-wit: Lot noumbered two '2), in block numbered five (5). of tie J. smph I oa addition to the city i f Hlelena, in said c.unnt; and state, sail lot ha.ing frontage of fifty (LU) feot and a sleuth of one hundred and twenty-fiee (125) feet. according to and as desclribed tpolt the oltciai plat of said aldition i:n fi'e in the office ot the county re corder of said county. To,etLher with all and singular the tiuomunte, hertditamente and appurtena;lces thereonto be long re. or in anywise avp 'rtaini-g. Public notice is hereby given that on Friday, the 2cth day of tUctober, A. 1. 1.82. at 12 o'clock t.of that day at the front door of the cout house llneoim. Lewis and ('larke county. M.,ntitna, will, in obediernce to sauid order of .cil andi decres of f'reolosare and sale, oell the eabsvedescribod property, or so e nch tlhereof as may be ntc.,Hary to satief lyid judgment. with interest and costs, to the highest and beat bidder for cash in hand. Given under my hand this lth day of 'ssto.er. A. I. 18 CHAS. M. JEFFERI8. Sherift. By IIALPH C. Joisiiu. Depuvty herlff. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining ENGINEERS ROOMS 24, 26, Mercehants National Bank iuliding. Helena. Montaua. THE HELENA INDEPENDENT ii tn sale by the following news dealers in this city and state, and in Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Wash ington, California and Minnesota, who will furnish single copies or receive subscriptions for the daily or weekly: CITY STANDS. Swend Carlson..................88 South Main SB Bwend Carlson................ 13 Sonth Main SI Fred Same......................185 North Main S8 I. H. Clewell ....................... . 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