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vsgary of the discovery of America.
The p:cuis of thitty night schools met this evening to give voles to patriotism and honor to the memory of the great discov erer. Nearly every sehool house was elab orately decorated for the occasion. The -ervices required about an hour snd a half in each school. Brooklyn began a two days' Columbus caelbration to-day. The city is in holiday astlre and the line of march was thronged with people. The first day's celebration was devoted to a parade ofboys and girls of the Catholic schools. Fully 20,000 children were in line. MISMANAGEMEJNT CHARGED. But Henry Vlliartd Refused to Let the Resolution Be Read. New YonR. Oct. 20.--There was a large attendance of stock and bondholders of the Northern Pacifico railroad at the annual meeting to-day. Henry Villard presided. A resolution was adopted providing that $3,847,000 of consolidated bonds shall not be sold below 90 and accrued Interest. In case all are not sold the directors are au thorized to sell as many bonds as necessary to produce an amount of cash equal to the difference between the amount actually paid to preferred stockholders in dividends in any year, if loes than four per cent and taie amount required to pay four per cent, this to be paid as a special dividend. In case all are sold the net proceeds are to be at once distributed as a special dividend. If the dividends equal four per cent bonds shall be sold to provide an extra dividend of one per cent to be paid at the end of the year. Preferred stock dividends shall be paid semi-annually, instead of quarterly, in the future. Just before the meeting closed Vandergrist offered a resolution charging the management of the company with gross neglect and irregularities. Pres ident Villard refused to read the resolution or allow the seoretary to do so. Vander grist read it himself. This resolution was laid on the table and the meeting of pro ferred stockholders adjourned. Reports submitted at the meeting show the gross earnings of the central and other leased and branch roads, were $330,205,421; total net income, $13,604.075.11; surplos over expenses and fixed charges, $834,887. and after deducting $731,862, relcresenting three per cent dividends on preferred stock, the net surplus for the year is over $103, 025. Common stock remains the same, but $94,362 preferred stock was cancelled dut ing the year, with the proceeds of land sales. The reduction in the floating debt was $1,431,635, by the payment to the Northe.n Pacific of the advance made to the Chicago it. Northern Pacific company for the completion of the terminal system The floating debt now amounts to $9.385, 826, of which 85C per cent was borrowed on twelve months' time. The balance sheet showed at the close of the year total cur rent obligations of $18,512,672, against $20,854,616 in 1891. The total book value of bonds and stocks owned by the company is $11,118,418. After the report was read the chairman suggested, on recommenda tion of the directors, that a motion be made to appoint a committee to investigate the management, promisithg such commit tee every facility to pursue the work. The following committee was named: Henry Clews, Brayton Ives. Frank Sturgis, Wil 1ham Solomon and Q. Cook, Jr. After the general meeting a special meet ing of preferred stockholders was called, at which G. H. Vendergrist, of Philadelphi,, said all preferred stockholders were not notified of the meeting. Proxies were not sent them so they might oppose the resolu tion regarding the disposition of $3,347,000 consolidated bonds. The meeting, the speaker said, was packed so that the reso lution might prevail. The management had no right to say the bonds must be held until they reached ninety, It is evident the directors are in a hole of some kind, and are taking this way of getting out. C. H. Vanburen offered an amendment to the resolution adopted in the general meet ing to the effect that the consolidated bonds, which were set aside for and are the property of preferred stockholders, be de livered them according to their interest therein pro rate. President Villard said he understood that notices of the meeting were mailed to all preferred stockholders. it was suggested that the whole matter be left over until December, but the stockholders proceeded to vote on Vanburen's amendment, which was voted down and the original resolution adopted. A BRUISING TOURNEY. Arranged by the Olynpic Club for Hardi Grn·s W'eek. NEw YORK, Oct. 20.--The management of t the Coney Island Athletic club is said to be greatly surprised over the manner in which it was outgeneraled by the Olympic club, of New Orleans, which has just completed ar rangements for another great fistic carnival. It will take place mardi gras week, the con testants being Jim Corbett and Charley Mitchell, Bob Fitzeimmons and Jim Hall. Jack McAuliffe and Dick Burge, champion of England. Judge Newton made a quiet trip to Chicago to secure Co bett's signature for a fight with Peter Jackson. Upon arrival he was thunderstruck when informed that Corbett had already signed with the Olympic club. of New Orleans, to fight Charley Mitchell during mardi gras week. Five Fast Heats. NAsrIILLrr, Tenn., Oct. 20. -In the 2:19 class the fastest five heats ever made in a trot were recorded. Hemline and Globe went to beat the team trotting record. but only made 2:14;4. 2:19 class-Greanleaf Nightingale, by Mambrino King won, Martha Wilkes sec ond, Nightingale by Osgood Patchen third, D)andy fourto. Time, 2:13, 2:10'l, 2:12, 2:101, 2:1114. 2:25 caess-Wardwell took three straight. Lee Russell second, Edwin F. third, Baron t'osey fourth. Beat time. 2:lt.}. Consolation stakes, two-year-olds--Mar grirave won, The Conqueror second, Wistful third, Kratz fourth. Best time, 2:20%. L:28 class--Ermini won. Gaeie vr second, Wirlinda third. Blest tinre, 2:13)j. Three-year-old pace-Divan took three etraight. Blue Ball second, Phyllis Wilkes third, Hunstle isusell fourth. Best time, 2:15j. Two Juldgmennta Aganl.t One Man. Nr:w YoIsK, Oct. 20.-Judge Shipman, in the United states circuit court to-day, di rected two juries to render verdicts uagre sating $88,:13 against Erwin Davis, a mil lionaire railroad man of ('California. The suits against Davis were those of Angelica Wakelee, who got a verdict of $50.100. and of Pierre B. Crrnwarll, who got $~38,533. l)r.vrs failed in 180,. and his affairs went into a banrkruptey court in California. It vai while hi buiuhlness was thus situated that Angelica Wakrly and P'ierre II. Co(rn wall got judgments igainst him in that state. These judgmentsa with intereat, mako the sum obtained in to-day's verdict. Davis refused to seLttle the judgmenrts, ClairiIn that they wore void, as he was ai bankruit at that timr. Violenlce alln Eggs. KNoxvrr..a, lowa, Oct. 20.-Gen. J. B. Weaver addressed a large crowd at the opera house this afternoon. The general began by recounting the triumphs of him self and Mrs. Lease in C(,lifornia and the western states. "I tell you." her exclaimed, "there is eomethiug rore than humnan about that woman." While streaking of their southern trnp the general said there had been violence and eggs. but he wanted it undrrstood that Georgia had no meli opoly in the egg business. O(nly a few days ago in Kansas, Congresseman ()ts was eged, fairly covered with tile-m, as was a travel ing mant who resembled Otis. Wihy Ihould Thiey . Naw Yoea, Oct. 20.-Under authority of the national republican committee, an ad. dress was issued to-night by an assembly district Irish republican club treating of the attitude of the two parties toward, the ]rish-American vote, rind attacking theo demiocratic party. The address eoncludep: "'Never since Irishmen rallied eruirrund Washintgton to establish the republic, and ogaln in defense of the union, bhs occasion dnemanded that they should exhibit iatriot- i lam more actively, and therefore every I ri'i ciple of honor, tradition and gratitude de- I mnarnda that they should stand by liar ison and the policy of the lepublican party." THE PRESBYTITERIAN UOURT. ittting for the Trial of Dr. Brlgge, Al legd Herete. AuaNar, N. Y;, Oct. 20.-The judiieary committee reported on the two complaints of Dr. Briage and friends agtanst the New York presbytery in the Presbyterian synod this morning. The committee find the complaints in order, but recommend that it is inexpedient to take action at the pres cnt time, for the reason that the highest court has taken action covering the points at lssue, and the lower conat is now pro oeeding on the case. Consideration of the report was set down for the afternoon ees sion. In the afternoon itwasrecommended that approval be put upon the report of the New York presbytery with the exception of the tortions touching upon the Brigas con troversy. It was finally moved that ap proval be postponed until the meeting of the synod next year. The motion was car ried unanimously. Afterwards the judicial committee reported that the prosecuting committee of the New York pleasbytery wished to withdraw the appeal from the oction of that presbytery in dismissing the charges anainst Dr. Briggs. This the com mittee could not favor and decided the ap peal in order. A motion was made that permission be given to withdraw the appeal and it was adopted with some some die tenting voices. The majority report of the committee on the two complaints of Dr. Briggs and liends were then taken up, when it was innounced that a minority report was in onlse of preparation. It was moved that onelderation of the majority report be mostponed until the minority report was submitted, which was then done. 'Ihe ninority report agrees with the majority, zxcept the recommendation that it is ine. aodient to take action at present. A hot liscussion followed the reception of the ninority report, but a facetious delegate opt the assemblage in peaceful frame of oind. At length a motion was made and dopted that both reports be accepted. It ras then moved that the majority report be dopted. The motion was amended by p.o -iding for the adoption of the minority re ,ort. After innumerable motions and ountermotions and several lengthy peeches, the sanod adjourned and the dis nssion will be continued to-morrow. teds Afrald of a Storm. WINNIPE(,, Oct. 20.-The Indians through ut the Canadian no:thwest are in a high tate of excitement. They declare that two ew-born infants on the Sorceo reserve, ear the line of the Canadian Pacific rail yad, have spoken and predicted aint a terrible storm would sweep he country in a very short ime and destroy trees, houses rd everything in its course. The absurd tory was taken throughout the country by adian runnel s, and the Indians are alarmed Ssuch a degree that they now are all en aged in aigging large rits to take refuge in hen the storm comes. Neither white set era nor missionaries can pesunade the red iue that their fears are absurd. Trial of to,, tag. FnES.o, Cal., Oct. 20.-The trial of George ontag, one of the three men alleged to ave been conco;ned in the Collis train bbery, began before Superior Judge olmes to-day. Sontag asked for a con nuance of the case on the grounds that lris Evans and John Sontas, who are also anted by the authorities, and who, he aimed, were material witnesses, were ab ant. The motion was denied by the court ad the emlanellino of the jury begun. Ilg Parade at Clnclaunitl. CINCINNATI, Oct. 23.-The parade of chil ren of the Catholic schools of the city ad suburbs this afternoon was an inter sting demonstration. Fully 4,000 were in ae, which took an hour and twenty minutes Spass It given point. The line was every here brilliant with banners. Thse gils see most tastefully diessed in national Mlors. National songs were sung by the irIs as they marched. A Itate blleet f'erminiated. OaioHA, Neb., Oct. 20.-The Utah and ontana joint rate sheet, the members hich are the Southern Pacific, Northern acific, Great Northern, Rio Grand West n and Union Pacific, has been disrupted the Union Pacific giving notice that its rnnection with that cheet terminates with as present issue. W. Ii. Wildemere, assistant snperinten. mnt of the Metropolitan Life luisurance Impany, of New York, has been arrested r embezzlement. THE MARKE'rS. STOCKS. New YoRg, Oct. 20.--Bar silver- 8514. The market was strong. liig Four advanced 2 3r cent, other railroads %i to 1. No:thern Pa rc preferred a little over 1 point 'lhe close as firm. Ietroleum-November closed 50'0. 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IIeJ.)n i o -all faim, cloed oitirad a I ,er cent. tarlaina exa la-an-I so-eak; eixtty-daa bills, al.8; : maend, .4 -.,. l'IIC.AIUO LIY- SlTO(tI. 'ar crcoa, Oct. f"0.-- a lae- lecai alt, 11.,00); anrkt rt' frly fta atlaongcol telaoie to ,rimlia-a ,ae, ry. it,' 5.t otrnher $;oI fo1dr r5; ranager, lagsa-- lIccaalax. LI.,a,, vfiaar, " ow, frc laawe-r acka.rs- e $.,.4a'aaf i5; rlu - t.ay aaatldhactaers' -iglale, l€5.i,¢tof 5,8) wighlt. . aSill c r.5 9hlaae'b-a lleL'seat , ,;ta et, saly. alal-ve. $1-a. a IIaRLIrNlI, ON INSTAII.IEtNT M ILAN. 51.1,0 Neat aatltsgxll 1 oarlla-r a- nl, oa-rel a, city wata r g. I loa~l'ai lda -ll-., ual e nlno aotlaa lo i- rllSTlac.; il.ua. is t(Iairxaalaly well 111t andl isesael ion loealita to ra.n-; owarar illglaaralnto iurchaIaar a:oien rval falr naXet 10 32.'t50--A veray attraeatiar -eh'liag on a :lake out witlaia l naiuaatae ,aak er aalla elll t hr,Isa Ilh hall. cvevo roaain'm, troe ca-lIat,. ' a/t1crya cna'taa tlh roaaae, hol. end cvalh wolatr. ide.',slo) nigla araoaad. (lely I.00 da)wn, Ifi;.lS r le (,illh. -a3,2a-Ilsand oan - arick alesolln th:re tbloraks aiia liaraalway aaaal willrin nao-n, It, In-.n sas' walk from a',aarl laausc: laoh last rv-.n aorns. reversa r loseet-. pntry, I elear. Iatl. i a;,-; -1ter: lot 4zliat -ilk alley; aa'.O down. 214 ler axnth. YA('AN r LOTS. Sf-1 blr two lels (cornerl at jenctlen of han on. adlelison aandl Iaarosaa avenues. An ol('a.aai eildiung rio. il'; Il'rariat fr. a.t Itfr a fine lot on Ia tto nbet near .i 'we ri-a' r.dlait,..an, -.axia. 'lure. . , 20 per ranontaa.aal da , on nayo:ent ratluire-l. sl''ar tiall aesing. I-onk. lo 5t, rlrr lraiat fl,-, falr 110 c-ert in Meaarlsas l'Olau In )I lw,-r's adaliti(la aa irler a-' , oe - otlaaaral Ifor aen 1101; Iv d-i le,,, aa-to·c. elaon taar anyols: alaho ealllteiaalato bllialiina cal wer ta lalnty of arosnd atn a d ery low praoa. -21ff. for a lvael let n Nipaatta strest ... i cc1 s Foal Il ". I' Very attraetise farniahad I 'E1 , of seven relllns I h,, Ilnraaitho Ial; ,,.-Jl 1,- ti a-Ic.. -/a I CaaI oaen-raoon hotI ,li ao. I.l I'a-last.,. m .ar ..erall. ,enuea; ale, niat barlccdwelllnc, N,. IlOi9 I'ifll aTeaaao, (a>|la. aCla.; Sat', lhva--e a dwellil Ig aI fight'a a eue nenr f.oaln-.a: 125. *i-rorlll Ise.iLi i,, 11a it ia ltalnsna, wlithin hSp iin ares' walk freiaalllaalaa aarrt: 1"e-, el oalm alick coarer kiltlhand dle~at iv. liea . .rIes ll heat. S i -orth lh*inant.rt Dra dage worst cams to its mild, ertlee. No matter how bad your a of how long standing, you oa boe ared curable cqoa are ares'. It's wrth to ou, if you have one The man of Se . t Rem edy are look Tbher'l o psae you that amouant in ca it can ure you. e s a plainm areoa i a rspionulble bainei house, and thee asli It. It seems too one-sided, too much of a risk. It would be-with any other medinoe behind it. It only goes to prov what's been said: Incurable ceses are rare-with Dr. gag's Catarrh Remedy7 a ther so-bald rmedi.ise mny a0aet for a time ; this cures for all tim. By ite mild soothing, cleansing and healing properties, i conquers the worst cases It removes ofben sive breath, lose or impairment of tho sense of taste, smell or hearing, watering or weak eyes, when caused by the violence of Catarrh, as they all nrequently are. Remedy sold by druggists, only 0 cents. SITUATIONS WVANTED--FEMALILD ladvertisueatts under this hAes three times FIBIE. ISTUATION WANTED--A A GIOVERNEbS OR t compasniontratonek o erman, French and Englielu etperien e and references. Agrees M. i n., this otfice. ITUATION WAhTED--AS DOUBISEKEH ER or chambermaid. Addrs B. t., this o tice. s,4rUATION WANTED -- GOOD C&OK wants place In s family. Address C. D this tfice. SITUATION WANTED - A WbIOW wants a situation to keep hose in a w*low r's famly t an givegood teferen,ee Adidress liars. A, L. this office. .LTUATION WANTED-ANY KIND oF work; not cooking, by a respectable young person. Address E. 1 ilson, this office. SITUATIONS WANTED-M- ALE , Advertisemeats tnuer thta head three times 1 hoI-. hlITUATION WANTED--AS A BLACHSMITH kin me.ium heavy maohinery wort or steel forgingand dressing tool-, or in heavy Pators ehop; cant work by drauglts or samplles; twenty nine years' experience. Address M. homas. 1144. North Rlodney street. to SITUATION WANTED--tFIRIttT CAMP COOK to: Swants situation. Address Ed Lacy, city pustoflloe 8ITUATION WANTID-AS BrIOKKEEEPER, manager or help in dry goods store or any position of trst. Address t. T. this oafes. i HELP WVANTED--M[ALL b I iAED --EAERtElICD MEN AN SALES vmen: free plepaid outfit; one of our agents has earns ; ofer 2t,,1tlt in five years. P. 0. BIox 1.371, Now l:or. WANTEr.D-TWOT YOUNti MEN TO RUN AS nosws agents on Northern Iacifio railroad: art mte;st hane security. Inquire at new, ofice,. t ,here Pacific depot. WANTED - MANUFACTURIER' AGEINTy 1 for our new preparation oldenglieo liquid rold enamel; large quantities sold to dry goods stores, stationers, hardware dealers, paint stores an other trades. 'the only preparation of the kind that will not rob off or tarnish and t can be washed with soap and water: makes a of finish on any ear:ace equal to tie finest gold qt leaf: sold in 25 and 50 ceat bottles and in Ltlk. Address, stating facilities and experience. W. be t. \ ythe & Co., 28 Main street, Orange, N. J. to HEI,'VA WANTED--MISCELLANEOUO, h VANT''ED A LADY OR GENTLEMAN TO oh teach a class of little girls to dance fancy da dancer. Address at once, rs. . W. Lenzie, m Station A. Helena. sr I AGENTS WANTED-MALE AND FEMALE, li old and young, 15 to 1 per day easily tmade W1 .lling our nueen plating outfits and doing gold, silver. nickel, cooper and bras, platin. thrat is warranted to wear tor years on every cldes of - metal, tableware, jewelry. ete. Light and easily handled. no expense requiral to operate them. Lan be carried by haul with ease from house ti, house, earn as grip sack or sacheL Agents are A making money rapidly. 'hey sall to a most every bunsiness house aui farmily and workshop. d Che.p. dlurable, simnle and within the 'rel. of dl every one. Plates almost instantly, equal ti thesi .asst now work. uend for circulars. etc. tse a City Silver and Nickerl Plating Co.. ast Stb in Louis, Ill. L ra POi( ItlqNT--FU-NIDSH EI) . rOOM F .t i'ENl --tA OMFOITAB Y Il 'UWNIHED di i rooms at ressnall rates. Harvey block. rand rstre,l. Next door lintel Helena. an BOARD) ANte it()t)%I OFFtRt.1iI. F"ul IIRENr--UINI RHI:E IOOMS WITH p ha way, Wood's block. SWarren street, corner Sixth ave. o I-sir: 1s ENs---r) a' 811,1t NIla. ait he 'Oltt ti-,. T--.iiY IESII)ENCE ON tSPtltli E I stre: until Jrne, 1893t; 1i rooms, bath. fur tace. (to : will also Illow certain furnriture to da rema n: low to good tenant. Addrress or call. 12 Jolhn t. MSLonald, Merchants bank building. ti 17oil tt-NT--l lilIT-itOO.X Illt1CK HOUSE of moderl conveniences; four bloc s from th Main street on ertl side. Apply room 1t, of Homer block. wi hi. FOR RENT-MISCELL.A N EOUs. D IOil IENT-TtE b TOItE ON ll-LENA avenue fo rmerly occupie l by A. .1. tDavid son st CIs. Apply Ito A .. Davidson, National atseo trayb irtntoarst easy tpesr. _Fsr parsticularsH eddrnue and. or. ' railr24,. - --- - - 2..... St ,0 ION S--A L, tj AT M SHOP. A.WNE can traus amon by catting t m. E arteo sasd c paying fr thi adcortenn. Cn. May. t Address pnst ohe he b l4. city. t r-as..Wblrtsll .o d coe om.. l oanks .o Weinses. lnor usrildin4. s.c .eN 'ltlvN TiY "rt lOa N. .IttNI-AY 'It ItLAN ON I.MI'tl Vt's cITY dt ai rrlard s-ity irotlrey at reasonahel ratmo oC irrtorr-t tott'l ., t lonr, te. a: OTI o CtI)ITOItFt:STATtl Oi at Nroclle is siroy gilrni-s by Ire ulodserilcnrsl. ad ars of. ard allycrco nlrhetit gslals rragainst the itilr w l onsued, at itr, latolc- s Sire- i.c, wis and Ilarke WILLIAM Dt. rIttI'l, a Ad iniistsraor witir tire will asoned if tire - rats is! Williatn N. lrtahwin, deceased. tas i tot. r, i-ill _. 0 . cutoLpany, Helens. Moot,, Sept. Iii, 181. , Ns.tict is hereby ilven that at a Heating II of tire board of trustees of aid cer, ny held on this data so assesmesnt of three eighths of one rjill per share was levied ti payable Octob er 17. 18112, to John W. lake . o tresiarer, at the Heltes National bank. IJ hail rrrmaln usispid on the 17th of October, P122 slall he dosnad d-alinqnent and will a b. duly advertised for sate at tublic an. -_it n andi noess payment shall he wade be- r tr 'o will be sold on the sl t day of Novem- I bte,. ItlI, to pay the deliincuent aasesnent Iogsthe with the costs of advertising and Sr.e esponees of the sate. Jso. W. Etony, leo'y., (old Bleak. IMPORTED CIGARS. We Have a Large Stock of FINE HAVANA GIGARS In all sizes, which we will GLOSE OUT AT GOST Were purchased from first hands and are in prime condition. BATCH; CORY & CO. Chandler & Rudd Club House and Brandied Cheese Just Received. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . -: O FFICE OF STATE FURNISHING BOARD- Helena. Mont. Oct. I, 1892. Pursuant to law proposals are hereby invited for the printing of each of the following reports for the fiscal year ending Dec. 1, 1992: Report of auditor and treasurer. Report of board of equalization. Report of board of land commissioners. Report of board of prison commlssione.n. Report of board of pardons. Report of board of examinrs. Report of board of commissioners for nsane. Report of board of arbitretion. Report of state veterinarian. Report of state medical board. Report of stats land agent. Report of rtate mineral land agent. Report of state boiler Inspector. Report of state mine inspector I eport of state adjutant-generaL I eport of state superintendeLt of public in etruetion. Report of state contractors for keeping insane. Seport of state contractors for keeping con Report of Montana Historical society. Report i.f Montana law library. Report of secretary of state. Report of attorney-general. rinrting to be done .as per ample on file in thlsoffice. Proof toby read by the respective officers. One thousneand copies of each report re aule and figure work, and solid matter. should be reparately stated. Bids should be eddressed to Joseph K. Toole, pre.ident state furnishing board, Helena, kontana and accompanied by a bond in the sum of three thousond d llars. as required bylaw, andcondltlsned that if thebidder shall receive the asard, he will. as soon as the work or any part of it is put In his hands. com mence to do the same under such rules and rseu lations as the bo.rd may proscribe, and that the whole work shall be comp led and ready tor de livery on the 8sta day of Decemoer, 1892. Bids will be opened on Friday, Oct. 28. 1892. JuO. I. 'OOLE. President State Furnishing Board. tHERIFF'SSALE-ALBEIT B. 8WEETSER. plaintiff, vs. Mary-C. Lunn. George Lunn, Arthur O'Brien and Hannah Williams, defend. ants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and d tree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the 1irst judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. on the 5 h day of Letober. A. D. 1b9. in the above entitled action, wherein Albert U. tiwoeteer, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against Mary 1. 1a nn. teorge I.tnn, r.rtlhur U'l rin and Hannah Williams,. defendants, on the Id day of October, A. D. 1892, for the sum of $1,203.60 Lesides interest. costs and attorney's fees, which said decreO was on the 3d day of October, A. D., 1892. recorded in judgment book No. H of said court at page -, Saim commanded to Eell all that certain lo piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and heing nithe county of Lewis and Clarke, state of I .ontana, and bounded and described as follows. to wit: Lot numbered seven (7) in block numbered seven (7) of the Joseph Cox addit on to the city of Helena. in said county and state, said lot having a frontage of ifty (50) feet on iodney street and adepth of one hundred and fifty (10) feet, aciording to and as described upon the of ficial plat of said addition on tile in the office of the county reeordor of said county. Together with ell sand singular the tenements. hereditaments and appurtenances therenuto be. longing or it any wise appertaining. Putly notice is hereby given that on Fri day, the 28th day of October, A. D. 1892. at I 12 o'clock mi. of that day. at the front door of the court house. Helens, Lewi. and (1larke coon ty. Montana. 1 will. in ob.dience ti said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, ell the above described prope.ty, or so much there of as may be necessary to eatsfy said judgment, with interest anL costs, to the highest and best bidder fir cash in hand. (iveon under my hand this 5th day of October. A. D., 1892. ('HAtLFB M. JEFFERIS, Sheriff. By RALPu G. JoNLsoN. L eputy Mherill. LIAS SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Waller I. ilelabarre. plaintiff. vs. Llizabeth M. Delsebrre, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear inan action brought against you by the above named plain tiff in thedistrict court of the First judicial dis triot of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and C:larie, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten day i (exclusive of tle day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this count,; or. if served out of tils county, but within tiisd listrict.withiiit twenty days: otherwise within forty days. or jndgmcont by default will be taken against yiu, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to diseolvethe bonds of matrimony now existing between you and tihe pilaintiff he:te n .ho comp!ain alleges amonut other thincg that yi u and the plaintiff were marrired Dee. 2t. 18io. in ew York city, and ,hat on or about the 2d! day of Anugust. 191 you wilfulPy and without cai,:. dsesrt,,d and abandoned plaintiff at Asoiury Park, it, the state of .ow Jersey. and hove ever since anl still continue to wilfusly and witho:ut u.o'e desert. atbandn and l:v,. es!arnt and alart from him with cout any sulficient ca:see or rca-on aryl sgeaint hle mill snd without hit consent. not wittetsnen ic his efforts to inducie yiou to return to him. P,ri'ittlt slto alleges residence in the etate of .-,liftnI for ,cni yeor otext mmnis diately 1receding the b ctlonuns of thils cult. And you ate hereby notili(i that if you fall to appear andi answer the said comiplaint, as above retuired. the said plaintiff will apply to the court fir the relief inl ai.I c,,tplaint rlemansrll. Given under my hand and the real of the dis trictcourt of thie First j ,ici e deliotrict tf tihe state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewin a nd (I lark. this l1th day of t),.t t eal ler, in the ye.ar of our Lord. SDistrict one thousand eight hundred and Court . ninety-two. --' JOHN BEAN, Clerk. liy C. R'. Ultt~icc's. lt'cputy't lrck. T. F. ('ruather. Attorney for l'laittiff. OTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS N --Notice is heoeby given that the trustees of school district No. 59, of Mii soula county, Montana, will on the-"Jib day of October, 1892, at three o'clock in the afternoon of that day at the office of Lind sey i Wright. in Columbia Falls. Montana, offer for sale $10.0(00 of the coupon school bonds of said district, the same to bear in tereot at a rate not exceeding seven per cent per annum, payable annually and to be come due and payable in ten years from the first day of January, 18h9I, and lussued in de nominations of $500 each. The said cou pon bonds are to be sold at not less than their foe vluein. Sealed bids will be re oelved by the board of trustees up to three o'clock in the afternoon of the 29th day of October, 1892, at which time all proposals will be ope-ned and conlsidered by the boad of trustees. The right is reserved to reject any all and bide and soll theeameatprivate sale if deemed for the beet interests of the school distriot. Address all bids to A. Y. Lindsey, Coinmbsia Fale. Mont. By order of the board of trnsteeM. DI1. JOB. PIEDALUFE. A. Y. LINDBEY, Clerk. Chairma. STOCKH( OLDEI8' MEETING-THE AN unoal meeting of the board end members of the Working Woman's home for the election of the board for the ensuing year snd for the trans aotion of such business as may come before the board will be held at hirs.e Hulman's, Birecken ridge street, Oct. 81. 18(92. DELIA A. KELLOGG, Secretary. SHERIFF'S SALE - TIMOTHY WILCOX Splaintiff. vs. Patrick A. Comer. defendant. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale isued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana in and for the oounty of Lewis and Clarke. on the 1th day of Ocrtober, A. D. 189. in the above entitled action, wherein 'lim othy Wilcox, the above name plaintiff, ob-. tained a Judgment and decree of foreclosure and kale against Patrick A. Comer, defendant. on the 19th day of September. A. D. 1992. for the sum of t$500 beides interest, osta and attorney feea. which said decree wa on the 19th day of teptember. A. i). ]18. recorded in Judg ment book No. "H"' of said court. at page lte I am commanded to eall all those certain lot', pieces or parceld of land, sItuate lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Ion. ana, and bounded and described as follows to wit: ote number thirty-one (81) and thirty-two (82). inblock numterone hundred andthirty-fonr(l184) n the Ming addition to the city of Helens. Mon- I tans, aoording to the oitocial plat thereof on file il the office of the county recorder of raid county of J ewis and I larkt, Together with all and ingular the tenements, hereditamente and appurteoances thereuntJ ho lonrin or in anywise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that on Friday the4 thday of .,ovnher. AD. 1. 1r9r atl e o'clock m. of that day, at the front door of the court house. lhelena, Lewis and Clarke county. Mon ana, I will, in obedience to said order of sale nd decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof a may be necessary to satisfy said judgment. with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand this 11th day of Octo ber, A. D. 18ti CHAS. M. JEFFERIB, Sherlt. By taLPH G. JohNaon, Deputy Sneritf. SU l--1N THE DISTRICT COURT OF the iiret judicial district of tte state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. ,els Paulsen. plaintiff, vs. M. l. Moote, A. Weisenhorn, I. A. Jones and it. T. Heard, de fendants. ' ho state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby required t-. appear in an action trought, acaitit yon o by theab ,veunme pilintilf In the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewies and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days, (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on yon of this summons, if served within this county; or. if served out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days. or judgment by default will be taken asgalnstyon. according to the prayer of said complaint. 'the said action is brought to roo.er a Judg ment fur the sum of $tia4, and the coits ol suit, including 9e.00 paid for verifying, making and recordinc his lien, and $50 to be allowed and fied by the c urt as attorney's fees, for fore closing said lion, and to have the wholo jodg. menl decreed to be a lien upon the Gold hing qluartz tdle mining claim, situated in Lewis and Slark, county, hiontana, in Dry (ulch mining district, and an extension of the Iron King lode. 'I lie adjoining clnimo are the Nontherland on the nort`,. the Jumbo on the east, and the Iron ling on the wes. 'ihe location is distinctly marked on the ground so that its boundaries can be e .t!ily traced, by a stake at daecovery shaft, ..4d subltantial posts at each corner, and is 1,3Itt feet long by t00 feet wide. The said sum of 9A:t14 is due the plaintiff for work and labor periformed for d.fmndants at their reuest, is the aid described premises. Also to have the said lien foreclosed and the property herein do. scrsuod soldi Uclder the order of the court, ndt the irocecds applied to tee eatslfactlon of the judg ment hereton. and for deficiency judgment. in case this judgment is not sat.ehed by the appli cation of sali proceeie, eli as more fully ap Ioars in the complaint on file herein, to which re'er-tic' i< hereh. madi, And you are hereby notified that if you fail to apptear and answer the said complaint. as above rsouired. the said plaintiff will apply to thes coliut trt thle relief demanded in his complaiit. (Given inder my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and (Clarke. this ltl day of Aeu.lirt. in the year ot our i.ord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. eszAL. JOHN BEAN. Clerk IBy ('. W. BuntTco. deputy Clerk. Levi P. Cori,enier. Attorney for elaintitf. S HERIFFl'S SALE--DANIEL WILDE, PLAIN tiff, vs. Ole M. 3orgen, eo nlu Beiorgen, Cherles Hii. Anderson and Walter Matheson, de fendsrts Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of forecliosure and ales issued out of the district court of the Nirst judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the connty of I ewis and Clarke. ot the lth day of t cto,ter. A. D. 1.92, in the above rntitled acton, wherein Saniel Wilde, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgmentand decree of foreclosure and sale against Ole M. Isirten, tophia .orgoa. ( haris H. ndlerson and Walter Idatheour, de fenodant=. on the Idt day oft c tolxr. A. 1). 1892, for the sum of $l.It,'.0, besides itersebt. costr and attorney'c foes, which raid deoree was on the Id day of ctoher. A. D. 1892, recordsd in Judg nmout book No. II. of said court at page -- Sam conmmanded to sell all that certaln lot. p:eore .r parcel of land, situate. lying and be ing in tie county of lIewis and Clarke, state of Monlana, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: 1 oit numlered two t2), in block numbered five (51s. of tse J, seph , ox addition it, the city ,if Ielettna, in said count: and state, saii lot haring t frontage of fifty (t) feet and a deUth of one hundred and twenty-five (tl2) feet, according to and as desolibed opon the ofliclal plat of said addition in fi!e in the office of the county re corder tf salt county. Together with all saend singular the tenements, hereditamente and sppurtenatces thereunto be long nl or in aeywirse app .rtaiuig. Publio notice is hereby given that on Friday. the 2,th day of tctober, A. D. Ibil. at 12 o'clock m.of that day at the front door of tie court housee Henaena. lwis and Clarke county. Montana, I will, in obedience to said order of eale and decree of foreclosure and sale, tell the aboveidescrlbed peroperty, or so much hereof a, may be necesary to etisf said judgment, with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand. Given tinder my hand this Ih day of October, . i). 189". CHAB. M. JEFPFERIS, Sheriff. fly lALPa H. Joadnso., DLeputy herlff. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining ENGINEERS ROOMS 24, 2U, Merchants Natiotnl flank IstidIng, |elens, Monsita. Ilndependenlt Aents THE hELENA INDEPENDENT is on 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. Iwend Carlon.....................8 South Main St Iwend Carlson...............182 South Main SI Fred BSas......................185 North Main Mb r. H. Clewell.......................Gold Block Woodman & Sanders..................Cigar Store Samuel Hera.......... Motor Office, Power Block 0. W. Carpenter...... Broadway, near Merchante Goodman a Co......Corner Broadway and Main 1. Wendell..........................107 Bridge St 1. McCormick ..............205 North Rodney Si Broadway lish Market.... Near Merchants Hotel t. Gaardan....................25 North Main St A. Farguson.................422 North Main Bi 7. Rohrbaugh.....................Grandon Hotel B. Warmker......Corner Broadway and Jackson lrs. Goeoke.................... Eighth Avenue Broadway Grocery Co..............515 Broadway 1. A. Allen.................Grand Central iHotel 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 Ar Botel Helena........................Grand Si Big. 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