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Stat. Thwarted by the Populists. Two Houmem Are Organised In One Hall and Both Hold Sessions. The Governor WIll tReeognise the Popa lsts--larphy Nomlanted Almost Without OppoeltoL. TornA, Kan., Jan. 10.-The fight for United States senator it fairly on and a grave situation confronts the Kansas legis lature. Amid the moat intense excitement and greatest uproar two separate organiza tions were perfeeted in the house to-day. Two houses were organised at 'the same time and in the same place and both held a session in representative hall this even ing. The democrats held aloof and enjoyed the fun. The house is composed of 125 members. Of the house sixty-three, being a majority" of one, hold oertifoeates of election and compose the republican house, claiming that their organisation is the only legal one. The. populists number fifty seven, but claim that those members whose seats are contested have no right to par ticipate in the preliminary proceedings or pass upon their own qualification. The re publicans organized with a majority and would doubtless be upheld by the courts if the matter goes so far. The session is lim ited by statute to fifty days and the repub licans say they will hold the fort all that time if necessary to carry their point. The governor has not as yet recognized either house. He received a committee from both houses, but informed them that he had no communication to transmit to the body which sent them to him. He will doubtless recognise the populist house, and the adjutant genet atwill assist the sergeant at-arms in the removal of the republicans from representative hall. They say they will not resist the militia and will with draw quietly to another hall, where they will maintain their organization. Thus the matter stands. The populists decided to join in no con ference looking to a compromise of the dis agreement between the two parties. Congressman Simpson this evening in an interview said the populiats' plans are ma tured and they have arranged to put the wheels of legislation into immediate oper ation to-morrow morning. When asked what action the populists would take if the fight were taken to the supreme court by the republicans and delcded against the populists, he said: "If the supreme court decided that laws passed by the represent atives of the people in leglelature assem bled are illegal, such action will be revolu tionary, and the court will lay itself liable to impeachment, and we will impeach them, too, if they take any such action." IIUBPHY' BIG IMAJORITY. His Nomination Almost Unanimous by New York Democrats. ALBANY, N. Y,, Jan. 10.-Assembly cham ber was filled with democrats of high and low degree from all quarters of the state to-night when the democratic members of the senate and assembly met in joint can cue to fix upon a candidate to succeed United States Senator Frank Hisoock. All demootatic senators and assemblymen were present with one exception. Senator Cantor arose and congratulated the mem bers on being in a position to elect a democrat senator. He formally pre sented the name of Hon. Edward Muaphy, Jl., of Troy. for the senatorial nomination. At the mention of Murphy's name the large audience began clapping, but this soon gave way to cheering, which was kept up for several minutes. Senator McClel land made a protest. He said in this day and generation the democratic party has greater interests at stake than the spoils of ofice. It stands for trinciple and is com mitted to specific reforms in the inter ests of the people. He then stated that he would cast his vote for Hion. Bourke Cookran, "who. I believe, is the choice of seven-tenths of the democ reoy of New York." Several other speakers followed, and then Senator Cantor read the following telecram, dated Washington, Jan. 10: "To William F. Sheehan-If my name is mentioned in caucus I beg you to say I am not a candidate for the office of senator, and nobody has authority to pre sent my name. W. Bourke Cookran." The roll call showed that all senators voted for Murphy except two, who voted for Cookran. All assemblymen but three voted for Murphy. Populist Speaker in Wyoming. CHEYENNE, Wyo., Jan. 10.-At noon to day the second legislative assembly of Wyoming convened. Interest cen tered in the house, where engineering was expected. The first move was a refusal to recognize Secretary of State Barber when he tried to call the house to order. Then Ben Scott was unseated in favor of J. Baker. J. D. Hurd was elected temporary speaker. Afterwards L. C. Tidball. topu list, was elected speaker. The senatorial fight is not so lively as during the preced ing few days, and it is thought now that many candidates will be slaughtered in favor of a dark horse. Populist in the Chair. DENVER, Jan. 10.-The inauguration of David H. Waite, eighth governor of Col orado as a state, took place this afternoon at the Broadway theater in the presence of both houses of the legislature and several thousand spectators. After the oath of office was administered Waite was intro duced by Gou. Mtoutt, after which the new exeoutive delivered an address. eglinning of a Long Reign. SPrINIFIKLD, 111., Jan. 10.-John Altgeld, the first democratic governor of Illinois for forty years, was inaugurated with much ceremony to-day. The inauguration was pecedes by a great parade of demooratio marching clubs, Exhlibils on Dress Parade. AN FubANcisco, Jan. 10.-Tho Mechanics fair, at which many of California's exhibits for the World's fair are displayed, was formally opened to-night at Mechanics pavilion, and will remain open until the latter pert of February. 1L hb afternoon at the Ulaidwin theater Irwin C. Stump, p:esi dent of the Mechanics institute, delivered an opening address and Capt, Woodruff, U. S. A., also made na peech. The bil. pavilion was filled to ove:llowing with the wonderful Iroductiotns and curiosities of Califo nia and the fair is really a dress parade of California's exhibit at the World's fair. The revrrest races of rheumatisim are cured by Hood's tanrraarilla. tie great blood purifiir. Leadllng Merchant shot. New ORLEANs, Jan. 10.-John C. Chaffee, a leading merchant and planter of this city. wae shot and probably fatally wounded last night in Parish St. John. about twenty-five miles above the city. The shooting is shrouded in myste y. A negro said that a crowd of m-n had gone out last night to do up some varti in St. John, and Chaffee was shot by mistake. Affairs in the r ountry parishes tributary to New Or leans are in an unsettled condition and the killing may have resulted from this can-e. The Chaffe family is one of the most prominent in the city and state. Members of the legislature and their wiv-s and dauaght-re are invited at the I'ee llive bar gain sales his week. nw freswsY an. tl .Tl t m u thoetit . tho pheebystmaydf Trk '.the 1 ScB ease oiha' ite hi aexlp.° oderas the ols rea the repet. whilec o e said iad btIt a tdopshd by a s serityi'. hel , eourt, rItapes "Gvyra diu nsldtea Ionto dO -fendaus'. CplS.ntonS of ). ,lat.uage ened in his ineaural atdre ,. eiptien l his frank and fell dtellst r o the nteo - roetation ot qpin some ptblirnt ad h ie to the standards of the ohoro and to the holy sooipStree am the only infallible rule of faitn and praoteoe, the presbyotey do not and that he has Srajnsgressd the limit oft liberty at lowed nnder the couetituttoa to aehonarhip and opnion Th. Thereforl withon epre nog approval of the eritioai of theoI1eis views embodied in the inaugural addess, or the manner In whioh thep have been ea pressed and illustrated, the pre.ytefy pro nounees Briggr fully acquitted of the of fense. alleged against him, the reveral charges and speelficatlonm accepted for probation having been not unstained." A dIscussion followed am to whether the otes on the report should not have been by ay and nays. Col, ItCooh entered a formal exception to the action of the pros bytery on that account, and also another exception to the introduction of the steno. graphio report as a part of the minutes of the trial, as the prosecution had not been furnished with an official copy of these notes. He said ha should appeal the cae to the general assembly. A bomb was exploded as the meoting by the announcement of Rev. Edward L. Clarks, pastor of the Church of the Puri .tans, that his sense of honor called upon him to resign from the ministry of the Presbyterian church. He announced that the action of the general assembly of 1893, in calling upon all ministers who do not believe in the "inspired word comlng to us without error" to resign their ministry was the cause of his action. He believe, there may be errors in the scriptures. His con gregation, over which he presided for twenty years, is greatly disturbed over his action. ARCHITECT VS. LAWYER. A Lively Set-to In Boseman Over a Dis. puted Account. Yesterday morning a personal encounter took place between Architect Hanoock and Lawyer Cadwell, says the Boseman Chron icle. The facts in the case as gathered by a reporter are briefly these: Last summer Cadwell engaged Hancook to make some plans for a residence. The building was commenced but Cadwell. so Hancock says, failed to pay him for his plans. So the latter gentleman, accompanied by a wit ness, whet to Cadwell's office yesterday to demand payment. It seems that Cadwell ordered the visitors out, to which request no heed was taken, until Cadwell, Hancock asserts, laid hands on him, when Hancook immediately resented the insult and a free for all ensued, in which Cadwell, to all ac counts, came off a very poor second best. The noise created by the contest brought Attorneys HIrtman and Stevenson to Cad well's rescue, and they at once took upon themselves the blessed functions of peace maker and hospital surgeons. After the battle was over it was found that Cadwell had a few severe contusions about the head and a broken armchair, while Hancock to all appearances eame of soot free and says he has credited himself with about $100 worth of satisfaction. It is understood that Haneock will at once bring suit to collect his claim, as also will the contractor, who had the founda tion put in. THE ODD FELLOWS. F Installation oft Officers of Montana Lodge y of This City. P The members of the Independent Order h of Odd Fellows installed their officers last I night. Montana lodge. No. 1, invited Ex celsior lodge, No. 5, and Queen City, No.42, v to instal their officers with them. The fol- J lowing officers were installed by Montana j lodge: B. E. Brounson, N. G.r John Dry burgh, V. G.; Emil Kluge, secretary; M. A Silverman, treasurer; N. G. Sheltonh, warden; James Hindle, conductor; O. M. A Gourley, O. G.; Ivan I. Towner. I. G.; V Vincent Haight, R. S. N. G.; F. E. Thieme, J L. S. N. G.; Lare Nelson. H. G. V. G.; Wm. ' Morrison, L. S. V. G.; J. T. Hagerty, R. g S. S., and J. G. Korb, L. S. S. After the A ceremonies all enjoyed the banquet given by the members of Montana lodge. Speech J making was then in order and carried on to the small hours in the morning. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Judge Back is holding court at Boulder. The funeral of Charles K. Johnson will take place to-day at two p. m., from 121 I Jackson street. Gideon De Rosier, the demented wood chopoer who worked near Bsxendle, wase adjudged insane in the district court yester day and taken to the county poor farm. The physician in attendance on the mother and boy residing at Eighth avenue and Raleigh street, who have been sick with scarlet lever, pronounces them out of danger. Observer Glass received a forecast from 1 the weather bureau at Washington last night, which says: "Cold waves are antioi pated for Montana. Temperature will fall i about twenty or more degrees by eight p. m., Jan. 11." The annual installation of officers of SMrunt Helena Council, Royal Alcanum. lest evening, was well attended. After the installation there was an excellence pro gramme of music and reading, followed by a banquet and a dance. Location notices were filed with the county clo'k yesterday as follows: The Katrina lode, between Arastra and Oro Fino gulches, by Andy Holm; placer, south west quarter section 1, township 10., north of range 2 west, by Carl Klelnschmidt, Jr., et al. 'l he friends of Lemuel Quian will regret to learn that he has lost by death from I scarlet fever in the last two weekes wo of his children. The last one stricken, Mar garet, was only two years and a half old, and she died only a week after a little sister. A soecial session of the county commis aiouu a was held yeste day to accept some new bridges between John's and IMitcholl's in the canyon. Owing to some details re maining unoiuished they were not accented. The board ordered proposals for t new bridge over the Dearborn. The meetings at the Presbyterian church are to be continued this evening. beginning at 7::30 o'clock. The meeting last light for the young peo;rle, conducted by the local union of Y. 1'. 8. C. E., of this city, wils full of interest and helpfulness to those present. The people are eminded of to night's services, and all ale cordially in vited to attend. The revival meetings at St. Paul's church still continue with interest and success. Last evening Itev. Hill preached a stirring sermon on tau subject, "l'ho King's Ban quet." After the sermon eight or ten went to the altar, and five or six w'-re converted. The nmeetings are growing in interest andi power and are giving promise of good rr salts. Revs. Van Ordel and Snider were present and assisted in the a-rvre. '1ire meetings will he continued each night this week. ' lb subject of the sermon for thin evening will be " lhe Ways of Salvation." '1 lucnky (oers Up, P'onrM, Ill., Jan. 10.-It was announced last evening by President Greenhut. of the Distillers and Cattle caeedurs company, that elimumencing to-day the price of their product would ble advanced five cents per t gallon. T'he cause of tle rise in prices is a the inmense demand during the last few weeks, for fear of a possible raise in taxes by the incoming congress. 2 lcklen's Arnmles alve - The Beat Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever t Sores, Tatter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cares Piles orno money required. It a 1a guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price25 cent per box. For sale by 11, .i. Parchen i& Co. i , ai 'trSt yeeA.&stlof BE ltk a H 4 other Tae rt prevailsr be not at. mos t te Iternot rel. havle o .alt.tlos df gi of ithe eased wiadpreand e tent the attempt to rete d rder The net 4raaltmed by Rbo t let Bibol, auilt iseter of the lUateiot; D e oge, afoirs; .Tirard, flanou ho. usice Lo isillon, war;oblesa end mat ou D yod hnmtrutio; V I rihre d Sr; geptur edso gommere.l worksda PEIRONAL. Attorney A,. nShorl, of Grat r a) o l41 in town. Gen. Lester I Wilson, of BosemaI , ~1 5t The Helena. SA. Winstanleya and F. Qo. Stoddard Saf Missoula, are visitors in Helena. W. S. Wing has resigned his psi*thi o as auditor of pasaener aeconate on the Union Pacifl, and a. B. Southard basl bee ,p. pointed to saeoeed him. The departures fie the Great Norterta yesterday were Miss Kelle and . P. Bohernterborn, for St. Paul; H. N. Norto~ for Chicago, and C. H. howard, for It. Paul. Miss Ella Webber, for Beatrice, Neb.; n.t Mihelie and J. Doshek, for Leadrille; a Gans and Geo. Gans, for Omaba, were among the departure via the Union Paeloi yesterday. . J. G. Coberty, for Cameron, Mo.; Johnt Yuan, for Chicago; Wm. famm, for St, Joseph, Mo.; C. H. Payton, for Montreal; A. L. Barrett, for New York; G. P. Atohi son, for St. Lois; J. J. Elroy, for Milwalu. kee, and A. C Anderson, for St. Paul wero among the Northern Pacife departure; yesterday. Will Arrive To-Day. The following passengers will arrive ln Helena to-day on the west-bound Northern Pacifo: John W. Kelley and family, T. M. Dunbar, J. P. Gilhouser and H. L. Ludkin. Arrivals at The Helens. J B Lehigh, Butte A M Healy, Chiosgo J ca Wemescaqy, ChoW JM NKelly. , Mte Wiris MoKendriok, Wh M gus, Whe learreville It L EcColloh, Heiena SRonohoe St Paul B W oter, t Paul J D Finn, Livingston J W awrence. Spring A H Hill. Westfield field E M erris, Bozeman B W Allen, Livinigston I, D 'hillips, Havre I Loughlin, Living W E Cox. Helena ston Walter S Kelly. Helena Wm ' inray and wife, E A Winstanley, Mide- Deer Lodge soula FO Ctoddard, Missoula H L Kinv'son and J Weber New York wife, U S Ar my L J Hamilton. Butte Chas it Leona, d. butte Sydney Nos. Helena Chas W Bernhard, A J Shores, (treat iwin Bridges Falls J Hennessey, Ban Fran- B D Towasend. Great ciso Falls Arrivals at the Grand Central. Ed C Shears. St Paul C P Sohermerhorn, St Samuel Tankin, Butte Paul Bt burt. Chicago Mrs L Ludlow, Chi F J Edwards, Helena cage Geo It MecDonald, N Ingalls. Winston ''erry Chris Lannon, Lear Ed Lannon, Bearmouth month J L Moore. Townsend Misi Minnie Dri.coll, Karl Neitzell, Boulder ' owneend S4G Cooper, San Fran- B Haskell. Missoula cisco L ii Turn!ey. TIhe P utterson. Great Falls lteadow. lkhorn Frank Pottle, Great Geo H Mulloy. Cascade Falls Oscar Stephens, Fort I t Cooper. Choteasn M innis Bichard Lockey, Hel- Jae Ward, Butte ena V H 'rippet, De"r W H Roberts, ('hiscago Lodge W B. Cronk. Chiago a'te I Silverman. Mis John it Lloyd, Mis- sou!a Fouls Gi Spaulding Wickes John A Barta and fam- James Hill, Missouls ily, hlisoula Chas Scharf. Wickes t U Hall. Helene A O Logan, Helena A C Iinnison. U S J A McIntosh, East Army .Helena A V Kitrby, lute Miss Kirby, Butte W C Whaley. oedford T F Murray. Bonlder J T Powell. But.e iGe Seym, ur. Park N Delosier, Nlaryaville eludolph Fluor, Aug E L Hall, 'allifornia usta Dave Goldberg. Butte A G Etephens, Mis Mrs G A Maloney, souls Butte uiis Kellogg. Wickes Jan J Hall, St Paul W S Dodge. iiinstoa H Edwin imith, St Paul The New Merehants Hotel, Now opened on the European plan, offer the following low rates to transient guesst: $1.25 per day (parlor floor); $1 per day (third floor); 75 sents per day (founrth floor). Extra for more than one oeoopant, special rates to theatrical people, and per. manent guests. Every room heated by steam and lighted by electriiolty. Hot and cold water and porcelain baths on each floor. New hardwood furniture and brns eels carpet in guests' rooms, wide and spa cious hallways carpeted with crimson vrlvet. Dining room, table d'hote. Onests will find good meals in the dining room of this house, operated by the Misses Nagle. Meals 50 cents. Weekly rates to permanent boarders. A state Nicaragua canal convention is be ing hold at Louisville, Ky. 2,228,672. These figures represent the number of bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds which were sold in the United States from March, '91 to March, '92. Two million, two hundred and twenty eight thousand, six hundred and seventy-two bottles sold in one year, and each and every bottle was sold on a positive guarantee that money would be refunded if satisfactory results did not followits use. The secret of its success is plain. It never d saepoints and can always be depended on as the very best remedy for couahs, colds, etc. Price 50 cents and $1. At H. M. Parchen & Co.'s drug store. Only Two Nights and Fast Time to Chi cago. The Great Northern makes several hours quicker time-Helenn to ht. Paul-than any other line; is the only line which makes the run to Chicago in two nights, other lines using three and four nights. ;. II. LANGLEL, General Ticket Agent. Going East-Save Time. Going to Chicago and east your short quick route is via St. Paul and "The North weste'n Line." Leave Butts 6:45 a. m.. Helena 10:15 n. m. to-day, reach St. Paul C:55 a. m. second day, connecting with fast day train of "' he Northwestern Line" leaving St. Paul 8:00 a. m. daily and ar;iv ing t;hicago l):,5 p. mn. same day. saking l bes thti sixty-threO hours from Butte and lees than sixty hours from Helen.n which is several hours less time than via any other line to Chicage. 'I :ai . :5 ip. u. arrival in Chicago insures connetmnon with all the principal lines from Chicago east, and "The Northwestern line," is the only line from St. Paul that makes all of these connections in Chicago. Eseurshlon Rates to Califorala. On the 15th of each month the Northern P'acifio railroad will sell round trip tickets to California points as follows: liolena to Sr.n Francisco and return, going via Spokane, Tacoma and Portland, and retn nine same way, $75. To San Francisco, going via Spokane. Tecoma and Portland. and returning via SOpeln and hilver how. $'J0. '1e Los Angeles, going and returning via tSpokrne, Tacoma and Portland, entering San Francisco in one direction either going or returning, ~e9. To Los Angeles. going via Srokane, Ta. coma, P',tlned and San Franclsco, and re. ltarn:u via Sacramento and Ocdenr, $9.50. 'I tckets will be limsited for sixty dayr for going passage, with return at any time within the inal limit of six months. A. D. Enoan. Gen. Aet., Helena, Mont. Cas. . . Fee, G. . I & T. A., Lt. Paul, Mina, llili tar ' ':i or t? \ id I1on are not likel Mto eaor 0 on tfo ome mthe. t e nay continuo ln suon evoal are bifn a atleactor eoaesonte , .i reaeed r 'e rdered, Robbed d 4 n4e ated. naon, t prosperone fp a ir Iltinl ton Pmles auth of this ple, rOl eo cotton ] iSatardy t nd raturnad hond.im n A i with bm0a sort o piAker, oll his noue not d esvord ino anythdn them wonet toe l ebtalrre d tin o fa also the boned of e oman and eh'lde I liverd withb hip m.t etlltPS n was elt di nte d then tobbed nttei unde sanide conceal ith esion Aever as befoe a parefactonry Doolusioni teoaced. WANT AN WANT TO INTOER T ENJuyY LIFE tN AT StIdLL THE WORLbt IXIXPNJE kineon, a properoum fcarmer living two minrle mout ph of the lce, sold rome cotton tuy d dny and edo eoturan e eotr dl anr ht it ih toome cottorlt piceslle N.Tnteh. Lorg Ahil, Fousn was dail overedetin i ncl sad nl thinem were ou td hi mb hitdkaed eai Lmnd which, if e etoor otmot g o silo thae moe ofter st woin theord child ou lare wc.ith him. A on w e nd thetin obbed s tookholds bof the o conceal the iment Ntonlb, in thb ei for te partial o eloftin ofnlrs and the tnis tion of talkh other blyching. ro om be aore tham. on eronaa. ebresrv 6, h rt . at tro WANT AN WAN, TO. TEOPIL OR BEIDXF--OINJE? OF A bineation bridgeo to onrit o one 180-foot pean.ed nby a0-edoot spaney, and do noeet a piloe bridanger ait oordin to to the lackaco, Conral ipelieto pre, Lou pn. n eei. a . Bc .. and noti ondica te Kidney oa lhins cnd pecifi egleatoedla in detailth -hot commissioneokholders ofrer the lt to r-et afore them, on M Jndy. . ,ie, at two CoCounty Clerk, Helen Mont.. Cn. 189. County Clerk. SCUOMONB-IN THE DISTRICT COUUT OP the First judicial district of the state of Montena. in and for the county of Lewis and Louis Gane. Henry Klein and Herman Guns, oo-parters in bninese as eans & Klein. plain tiffs, vs John E. Wilson, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby re uired t3 appear n an action bronght actinst you the abore named plaintiffs in the district court of the First Judicial district of the state of Montana in and for the counthy of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint hled therein, within ten days (excliusve of the day of service) after the service on you of this ummons, if served within this county; or. if served out of this county, but within thtidlstroct, within twentydays; otherwise within forty days, orjudgment default will be taken aeatnstyon accordin to h prayer of said complaint. 'the tad action is bronahr to o btain a Judg ment of said court against you for the sum of 5i&17. the balance of the principal and inter setdue and unpaid July 12, 188. upon a coertain tromiseory note made executed and deliveresd by you to said plaintiffs on December 1, 1881 for the sum of $3219 2. payable ninety days from December 138. 1tH, together with interest on said balance, 8598.17. at the rate of 154 per cent per month from said July 12.185 and for the cosnts of this action. All as more fully appears from the complaint on file herein to which referenee is hereby made. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiffs will take judgment against you by default for said sum of $s8M.17, together with interest thereon from July 12. 1888. at the rate of 14 per cent per month and the costu of this action Given undermy handand the seal of the dis trictcourt of the First judicial district of the state of Montana.L in and forthe county of Lewis and Clarke. this Pith day of November. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun dred and ninety-two. [sxs.I JOHN BEAN. Cleri. y C. W. BURBTON, Deputy tCterk. 1. N. & 3. H. McIntire, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. gHERIFF'8 BSALE-CHARLES W. ROBO . plaintiff vs. hlmma D. Treutlen. Grover Trentlen and Charles I). Curtis, adlministrator of the estate of Edwin B. Treutlen. deceased, de fendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and drcrse 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 Clrke. on the 27th day of December. A. I). 18iL92, in the above entitled action, wherein Charles W. Itohy. the above named plain tiff, obtained a judgment and decree of fore closure andti sale against 3 mma G. Treutlon. Grover Treotlen and Charlee D. Curtis. edmin Istrator of the estater of Edwln B. Treutlen. decesed, defendants, on the 2th day of December. A. D. 1892, for the sum of $1,342.50 eesides interest. costs and attorney's fees. which said decres was on the 27th day of December. A. I)., 1892. recorded in judgment bock No. H of said court at page - lam commanded to sell alt that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, eituate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Mon tlna. and bounded and described as follows, to wit t.ot number four (4) in block lettered "A" of the ( lake additon to the city of Helen. county tnd state aforesaid. as scid lot and block eare koown and designated, in the plat of said Plate addition to the city of Helena on file in the office of the clerk an I recorder of said county. Together with all and sinulanr the tenements. heretitaments and appurtenances thereunto be longing or it any wise appertaining. Pu'lic notice is hereby given that on Wednes day. the 18th day of ,i nary, A. D. 1893. at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the front door of the court honue. Helens, Lewis and Clarke coun ty. Montlana. I will. in obhedience to a;d order of iale and decree of foreclosure and sale. sell tho above descoribed prope:ty,. or so much there of fs may be necessary to satiefy said Judgment. with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder for cash inhand. Given under my hand this 27th day of Decembea CHARLES M. JEFFERIS. SheriM By iALPl G. JOHNSON. i epaty Iheriff. A.L PRESCOTT Marble and manit MONUMENTS HEADSTONES Iron Helena. Fencla. Eeataae J. L. S:1EITH, Freight and Transfer Lint IIELENA, MONTANA. All kLind of eerehandlee and aches betgb aloudmlg trem . promptly naslhured from E d Ot. Urders will receive prompt atttle Oli at J. Yg berg's -te.re ad a the he -ea AWeu t pes, j Os e e . Work e n NO. 4 LOWER MAIN STREET, CLYBOURN AV. AND WILLOW'ST. ' l..., . l ess. cnaisgo iMteel ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE. OARFET, NEW lMUSIO HOUSE. WALt. WA?35 AN He Fualil.u tlms lHnaI P· s..os, orgaz., uo w.stsll Quea rth hilt aid e lBole I pproeW aod Te s B umphe Co t .... 4'/ LOWER MuDTeE, CLVBOURN AV. AND WILLOW'ST Ed ea.s , w e rsmu. . e at os o oi s ein To assists in enlivoin then rdon fi eetem ount dHo .ida to t eaon thse Publishers of FAN LaESEl' S WE KL T sh o a ah son cluided to inau eurate in , s e o hAmeL a the latest ngi , h tashion:r. THE MISSING WORD CONTEST. These amusn c ontests are now quite the rag in London iipated. A each particint contributed a shilling entrancnlvening the ee, the amount dividayed among those Publishers ofte misg The total $53,500 was divided among 114 persons, so each of these got almost $470. Here Are the Terms of the Contest. each person who wishes to supply the m.ssing word in the paragraph that will resently follow, must out out the "MIMSING WORD COUPON" from Flur esnU's WNXKLY, and with name and address, and the missing word plainly written in the proper blank speds., send the same to the ofioe of the publishere, together with twenty-five sents in rostage stamps or ourrenoy. On the lower left hand eaorner of the envelope enclosing the coupon and entrance fee should be written "MISSING WORD O)NTEST. THE TOTAL OF THE ENTRANOE FEEB will be divided equally among those who correotly supply the miming word. Thie coupon will be printed inthe issues of December 22d and 29th, and in those of January 5th and 19th. The result of the contest will be announced in the issue of January 19th. No contestautswill be permitted to enter after noon of January 14th. This Is the Paragraph: "The amphitheatre was filled with excited and angry people. Those on the outside were apprehensive that the excited crowd would do serious damage to life and property. These apprehensions were shortly confirmed by the firing of a shot from one of the - . The miing word in this paragraph ie known only to the Editor, and it has been written and sealed by him in an envelope which will not ie opened till the noon of January 14th. COMPETITORS may make as many attempts as they choose, but each attempt must be made on a coupon taken from FRANK LESLIE'S WEEKLY, and accom panied by the entrance FEE OF 25 CENTS. Address ARI ELL WEEI EY GO., Publishers "Frank Leslie's Weekly." 110 FIFTH AVENUE, N. Y. CITY A San Francisco Paper Would Form an Interesting Addition to Your Winter Reading. THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY WEEKLY EXAMINER IS THE BEST PAPER IN THE WEST. 000 SPECIALvEN AWYPREMIUMS VALUE, $135,000 It Is brimfltt e news from all parts of the world, and its Literary Department is supplied by the fbremost write of the day. 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