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Ca0o 1So. J.. 101n17r Ca 78ove.., ... 4 .. ei eloSed offere at 4 Pi., D is, Un -, CHICAGO LIVE mTOmK. oeo,. Jan, 1 ,R at-s-e, eaip. 0 80 clsed 10q lowers ,3.C ane common, 17.104 7.95 acping an m soed. $7,t017.55 prime t;i i ,40". ,60i pis and other Bights, ic5 250 c -een e 0000 active: strong; nativ. or. ag8. S wholoOver, com oc as, 5b COICAGQ PRODUCE. CIOCAO, Jan. 1O.--Closng-Whesat--Jlrm; C esh ,78o MMa , 79c,. Cora- irm; cash, 414o May, 4e%0. $,. a..i· Ld-itead; cash, 510.7a1 ?ay, 8105,14. Rib--Steadr cash 09.734; May. 0614"1. Bhoulders---9.620 P9.75. Short cloar--9.85@10. HELENA WHOLESALE MARKENI. HuLnMA, Jan. 10,188. Ovsnnlated nBger 100I........ 6150 Daota Hoar. Mandan. per 100.. 100 iontes flor, '100 .............. 51562 9 or me white, ............ 10 Corn meal, yoliow, 1.. .1 .... 1 8 oeon, dry salt, l .............. 11 Bacon. smoked, 1 ...............: 14 Bacon, cholce brefast, V lb...... 14 HNmV b .............. ...... . -i, r i.meses. E ... ......... D ed tonmtos oga e.......... 2 71 red poe, peele.......... 15 ý1 B. whsolwat. ...................... 4 95 ;Ye, white clover, combs, I b. 18 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Oranges, navels. box.......... 4 2504 50 Orn e., Florida, box ......... a 50 Cranberries. Jersey........... 10 0011 00 (tnge,. Malaga, Q bbl ........... 9 00(10 00 Apps, per bo'x............... o200250 Apples, per bbl, easten.......... 5 0@7 0 oa teonu , l doz ................. 125 .mon. M[lnwt box......... 5 6506 00 Potatoes, 100ol ................ 125 Pottoes, sweat. V bbi............ 6 50 Onions. V 100 lb............. 1 605.1 5 Montana cabbage. cwt:....... 1 75 Cider, new sweet, bbl.......... 800 00 Cider, beet sweet, 3 bbl......V . 4 706 008 Oysters.. Freshb, . cu.... ............. 1 5. N. X. Counts in bulk, V 1,000.... 150 Poultry. quote. Turkeys. dreced. lb............ 818 1 Chickens, V lb...................... 14 Butter and Eggs. Both the butter and eg markets are stiffenin up. Fancy grades of butter are scarce. Creamery, fmancy ................. F2 86 Dary.... ................. ... 8 28 Crenamery bricks.................. Cooking . 12 15 Eerr rah per caes .......... . 7 7 Bay. Grain and Feed, Montana blue joint. baled, V ton.. $18 O Jontanatimothy,0 tun............ 1000 Montana uland. ton......... 12 0014 00 bn and lshort .......... ....... 120 [The above quotations are furnished by Her bert Nicholson & Co.. n . fS. P. Lindse A Co.J Exeuralose. $q9on Pacifc system will sell. Jan. 15, from Helena, round trip tickets to Pacific coast eoints, good golng sixty (60) days. good to return any time within limit of six (6) months, at following rates: To Sen Francisco. going via Ogden and returning same route, 675. To Ban Francisco, going via Ogden and returning via Portland, or vice versa, $90. To San Francisco, going via Portland and returning same route, $75. To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and Sacramento and returning via San Fran ciasco and Ogden, or vice'versa, $89. To Los Angels., via Ogden and Ban Francisco and returning via Ban Francisco and Ogden, $98. To Los Angeles. going via Portland and passing ban Francisco in one direction, re turning same route, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and returning via Sacramento, or vice versa, $99.50. Also round trip ticket. to Utah, good sixty days, at $80. temember this is the southern and quiekest route to the coast. For sleeping car feservations or further informations call on or addresa No. 28 North Main street, Helena, Mont. H. O. WILnoN, Freight and Passenger Agent. ITOCKHOLDEIRi' MEETING -THE AN Snual meeting of the A. J. Davidson Com pany (incorporated), far the e'ectlon of officers and any other business that may come before them, will be held at their office in Helena, Sat urday, Jan. 14, 1893. T. J. DAVIDSON. Secretary. 'rOCKHOLDERB' MEETING. -THE AN nual meeting of the stockholders of the At SGold Mining and Milling com nr orth election of direetosr end officers will be held at the home oftce in Helena Montaa. Thureday. Jan. 12, 1888, between the hours of 10 and 1 o'elock a m. F. CHRIBTMAN. Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGy-THE AN e nui meeting of the stockholders of the Helens Electric company .will be held at the general office of the companr, in Helena. Mdon Iann, on Toedt,7 Jani 17, 180. at 7:80 n. in., for the annual election of tmrustees, and for the tren e.ation of such other business a shall legally come before the meeting. 11. L. WALKE, Secretary. I UOCKROLDEtbS' MKILCTIG--THE AN neal meeting of the stockholder of the Hel ena Goes Liht and ('oke comlpanuy will be held at the general offioce of the compar, in Helena, Montana, on'.'usday, Jan. 17, 198, at 8 p. m., for the annual election of trustees, and for the transaction of such other business a shalt legally come before the meeting. H. L. WALIER, Secretary. TH A nNUAL MEETING Of THE SHARE. Union or the eae n of officrs and director will beheld at the principal ofiie or the union. room 19, Merohant National Bank building, o'n the seond &atuh in Januar1, 1810 (being January 14). between the hours of two and fouor o'lock p. . 2- M . . EHITAKEIt, sreitar. Holenl, Dec. 80 1882, NOTICE TO QREDITORf--IN THE DIS trat court of the Iiret Ijdlial district of the state of Montana, in end for the county of Lewis and 'larke. In tte matter of the estate of Hlenry JOacob oenck, deeeas,. boloes is hereby given by the undqrsiaet ex eetoteof othe last will sad testament or fenry Jaosob Kenok, deo.eawd, to the creditores of an. nl persons having claims as pat t So ate dýe esesa. to ehibit them with th eema youckes wirtin ten icoatbe aft r the nrst De l!catio of this notlde tttW ssid execuprea t tbe emis iO Loele ftatle r, Do.01 Fdwerd stretet, Helen, In the county of i wis and C'luark, etate Monana. she same be S the pirso fort a transaMtlon of the busines of the Mated this 1th day of Decemr. Ao, 1 A II8I. sx"iotwtt the eltate ' Mann J. on a r th d o e tshe nor ry, A.. , 35 1dth c s td 0 t TEN GU A NT bidder, for dre rr A 3. head thLe 27th day of By E TAND D Rt he-G . rie -mn of e nervous die-tr -tln No_.C mitr sion o, deurr odst, ease or aonynt or.urof thegen orative organs of either Box, DEFOR! whtr miming A through youf t indiscretions over indun botrlo, hoturnal hEmIbssions, Leucorrhoma ie , Weak Mlemory Loess of Power and Iyýpotenoy, whioh if neglected often lead to obox, breaor e.00. Sent bymasl onreceipt A WRWCITTEN GUARANTEE I given for every $5.00 order received, to refund the money a eT FAPHRO MEDICINEP CO.27 pfflq'r.yNj0 CRITON. adby Iy i. F.arohea ,Co.. drnuaglta mbea. Mont. 1893. Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. HARPER'S MAGAZINE for 18908 will continue to maintain the unrivalled standard of excell ence which has characterized itfrom the begin ning. Among the notable features oft h year there will be new novels by A. Conan toyle, Constane Fenlmore Woolson, and William Black thort stories will be contributed by the most boular writers of the dtay, including Mary E.:Wilkins, Bihad ard ring Davis. Margaret Deland. Brander Matthews, and many others. The illustrated dsorLptive papers will embrace articles by Jullan lalpi' on new Slouthern and Western. subjects; by Theodore Child on India; by Poltney Bigelow on Russia and G.ermany; by Hardin Iavis on a London 0eeaon; by Colonel T. A. Dais on Eastern Riders; eta. Edwin A. Abbey's illustrations of Shakespeare's Comedies winll be continued. Literan articles will be contributed frby Charls Eliot Norton. Mrs. James T. iels.ihWiUilim Daen Hoeils, Bran de Matthews and others... HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Per Years HARPER'S MAGAZINOE................... 400 HARPERB'S WEEKLY....................... 4 00 HARPER'S BAZAR ..........:.............. 400 ARPEB'S YOUNG PEOPLE............ 00 Postage Frt~ to all subscribers in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The Volumes of the MAGnAIxn begin with the numbers of Jun and December of each year. Shen no time is mentioned, subscriptions will t.ein with the Number current at the time of receipt of order, bound Volumes of HAana-'s MAAoZINE for three years back, in neat cloth binding. will be seat by mail. post-paid on re ceipt of $8.00per volume. Cloth a5. s, for bind ing. 50 cents each-by mail, post-paid. Remittances should be made by Post-oflce Money Order or raft, to avoid chance of loss. Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement without the express order of HIARPraI eBrnxeux. Addre's: HARPIR A BROTHERS, Nuw Yoas. tHERIFF'B AuLE.-T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT. Splaintiff v. Nicholu laurook Elizabeth Blanrook and John Horeky. Ignace Miller and serman lachter. co-prtner under the firm name and style of Horse-. Miller & Co., Peter AWiUlt and U. A. Arnold, defendants. 'ldmr tad b irtues of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale isscuoed 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 oId day of LJecember A. ). 189H. Ia the above eonttled action, wherein '. H. Klinschmidt. the above named plain tiff. obtaired a judament and decree of fore closure and saer against hioholsa lareck, f.lir abeth Blanrook. and John eoreky. Ignace Mil ler and Herman Richter, co-partner under the firm name and style of Horeky, Miller A Co., Peter Wignd and P. A, Arnold defendants, on the 5th day of December, A. D.- 169A for the um of 55,18900, bsides interet eeats and attorney's tees, which said decree was on the 1th moentboookNo.1 nof said rcurt.t atpegs1en.. 1 am commanded to sel all those esrtin lot cesa or parcale of land, situate, lying and be'nl intc e auntr of Lewis and Clarke. stats of Montana, and bonnded andascribed u follows, to wit: Lotl numbered one (1) and two (2) in block numbered five hunodred and ifty-two (552) of the original tewnsite of the city of Helena. Mo.n tans, as said lots and blooks are mere paurti larly descoribed upon the op eial plat of said townits now en fAle In the office of the county recorderof raid county of Lewis and Clark. Toether with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be_ loncine, or in anywise appertaining. Mublio notice is hereby given that on Saturday. the 14th day of J, nu.ra..A. D. 189l:. atl2o'clock m. of that day, at the front door of the court hone. Helese, Leowis and Clarke county, Mon tana, k will, In Obddlkenoe to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, asell the above dtsoribed property, or so much thereof as ma be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and oats. to the highest and beet bidder. for ash in hand. Given undcter my hand this 24th day of Decsa bar. A. D. 1092 CA'CHAS. M. JEPFFEHI. Sherif By Hxilrar G. Joacso., Deputy .nerll A LIAS SUMMONS--IN TlE1 TISTItICT court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana In and for tihe county of Lewis and Clarke. Insch. Cory & Co, Limited. a corporation, plaintiff. v.J. W. Lord. defsndatta. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You ae hereby required to appear inan action brought ainst you by the above named Ilain tilf I thedistrtot court of the First judicial die triet of the stattte of Montana in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the ervice on you of this summons, if served within this coun.i or, if esrved out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days, other wie within forty cldays, or judgment by defaunlt will yetakn against you, accordiung to the prayer of sid complahnt. 'e saiud action is brought to recover a judgment against you in the sunt of ,i ghty-six and it- IlO dollars (80..8) s aid slun being duo Irot ion to Dplatiff s folollows: ialanoo ott goods, wars and mnrchandise., conaectlng of iquors and cigare, soldt and delivered to Iou by plaintiffs at otur speciel ineiance and request betwetnl Sept 1, 1892. and Nov.1 105, 11 4.14:1: atoanlt due from you to F. N. Lang & I.o., of lsltona. anot.. on .ge account and aslsltned to plain tiffl, #10; all of whvhi appears iour, e fully in the com plaint ,f ilalntiffl on file herein, sid to which reference is hereby made. .End you are herebo notified that if youn fail to apper eud answer th. aid conplaint, ds above renirmed, the paid plaintiff will take j ndement i.anst you in tihe aum of eighty.silx and Id-l0 dollrs, s demandaed in the complalnt. Giveln under my halined and the sla of the die triet conrt of the lre audlioclal distrilct of tle state of MontLna, in nnd for he --ý--- copuntty of Lewia and Clarke, Seal Fit 1 this 4i11t day of lecesuher, in iht Jed. Diet resr ofoar Lord one ttousand Court, J eight hantd.ed andi .ineo ytwo ý--- JOHN IIIAN.ark. l By6. 0. 1aens*tm l.ept. A= i0 g - pe, r, A ttovrf 0o5 ItIifli Sa.i sai a nne at aw. fesases lp - Helene, Ktes i pedom o n · .ooetalý Ifs Physigisn, Surgeon, Aesouober, Oeu1lat, Aulas. in 1/etit ttemeet ~ nemete Jewelry ySorc B. A. L. CA1IWOKAUL. UDisees t Wora d Childrea Iseal - lAttentiona Heales. Mounsa. SCRiBN ER'S MAGAZINE FOR 1893. PARTIAL PROSPECTUS. Frances Hodgson Burnett will contribute the first serial to appear ina a magazine for many years, entitled "The One I Knew the Beset of All." H. C. Bunner will furnish a series of six sketehes entitled "Jersey Street and Jersey'Laoe." Illustrated Robert Grant willrelate the further experiences of Fred. anad Josephinein "A Sequel to the Refleetions Of a Married Man." Illustrated. Harold Frederic will contribute a political novel of great power, entitled "The Coopperhead." By the Author of "Jerry." Mies . B. ELLIOTT, the author of "Jerry," will write a realistico story of life among the Tea nessee mountaineers, "The DurketS perret." Personal Reminiscences. einme Unpublished Letters of Carlyle. o -dward Irvleg and others, dealing with a part of Carlyle's life far different from that brought out in the recent literature of Carlyle reminis cenese. Recollections of Lincoln and .ums. nor, by the late MAUIaue Dn CHAxaunu. Both articles are fallof new matter. An Artist I* Japan. by ltoexaT IILuE, who has Just returned from a residence of nearly two years in tha country. Abandantly illustrated by the anther, sIistorle Memente, which have been a feature of themagasine during 189F will be continued by some particularly strikiag papers, among them sevebal by the great war correspondent,. William H. .iusell, Archibald Forbes. and others. Men's Occupations. _ 4 aqrie. of articles on the life work of pte I, many callines-the chief ways (exelalive of pro feaeions) in which men eare their livelihood, The World's Fair in Chicago. A series will be published later in the year giv ing the impressiones made by the exhibition upon different observers of note, both American and foreign; and many of these observers will be also artists who will illuetrate their own articles. Miscellaneous Articles. Further contributions to the Poor in Great CitIUes. MEse. ButnTr's illustrated paper on the London plan fore Home Aid to invalid htldrem, eto. 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