Newspaper Page Text
rl a of Oddest Folks - Corners of the S etropolis. ot Variety Shows and aeu oft Amusement for the 81umn. b,. Gutt Iretween Leadon Actors d MUale atil Performers-Onae of y Wakemen's Wanderinge. sl Cores pondenoe of The Independent. e' raDOrn March 27.-In order to appre one of the oddest gatherings of the 4.t folks inone of the oddest corners of don, one must first know something bout those whose strange lives and anique 'ations make the noted London "Por y Junction" what it is. They are the "pro." or "proseers" or mu . hall performers of the world's metropo . There are from 8,000 to 4000 of them, at apd unknown, men and women, and hare Se go other folks just like them in he whole world. They urovide the 'amusement" for the seeor or more of rest musio halls, into each of which ightly crowd from two to five thousand ople, and for the hundreds upon hun lreds of lesser afairs, ranging from the old-time free-and-easy, from which the modern music hall has sprung, to the 'penny-safs," where audiences of from one to five hundred persons may be found. Beside these, I,wonld almost venture the aseertion that there are thousands of "pubs" or public houses, drinking places with as sembly roomibehind (the bar, where free "smoking" concerts attract a permanent sightly audience of from a score to a hun dred workingmen and the foul rabble that subsist upon their generosity and weak Indeed anyone who knows this great city _t all in that wandering. vagrant, observant way which leads thought into grave con clasions, would have nobesitanoy in saying that a quarter of a million human beings may be found any week-day night in these plaess "cheery" or mode so, from liquor, and from these sources forming their odd ideas of international contrasts; gath ering from vile-mouthed perform ers' quips the news and scandals of the day; increasinu their contempt of order and law from their endlses satire and ridi cule; gaining in general and particular deeper hatred of English society above them; and hearing, often with their wives and daughters beside them, the most sa cred relations between men and women never spoken or sung of save as a perennial playground for cuanning and infidelity; un til the heartiest laugh is in response to the broadest entendre, and the loudest roar rises from these great seas of upturned faces when the vilest musio-hall indecen Sis are nnstrated. Of all these places, the "penny-gaff," or outrageously ridiculous pantomime, or voicelesr melodrama, or worldess tragedy, in which there is indescribable murder, high way robbery and other lurid crime, but all ensacted without spoken word to evade the law governing dramatic representations, is the least harmful, for it has no bar; and to get his "penny'orth" of play, the White Chapel barbarian re kept for at least two hours away from a public house. The great London music hall is simply a larger and more insidiously hurtful type of the free "smoking concert" room. It is practically a gigantic bar or series of tiers of bars, surrounding an auditorium where the thousands instead of scores can be ad mitted, at a merely nominal entrance fee; where a stage with specialty performers supplant the platform, the pianist and the volunteer; and where the same classes, or more vicious ones with "'Arrys and 'Ar riets" of London fill the pit, while every manner of cad, fast fellow of the gentry and nobility, including a good sprinkling of London Bohemia, saunter in the prome nades and fill the boxes and stalls. About twenty different acts, called "turns," are done by as many different per formers in one evening, and each actor will have from one to four "turns" for the same evening, each at different halls, to which he speeds in every sort of a conveyance, from a coster's donkey cart to a brougham. Programmes are furnished, on payment, and huge numerals, slid into the prosce nium sides, correspond with programme numbers. These shows, withfewexceptions in favor of individual performers, are utterly point less, mirthless, inane and beastly. There are perhats in all this host of London musio hall "actors" n half dozen who have demonstrated that true art may find re ward even in so hopeless a tield. Such are (George Benuchamp, comedian; Jenny Hill. impersonator of the coster girl, "the ladg ing 'ouss missus," and female characters of that ilk; and Albert Chevalier. whose studies and representations of the London costermonger should give him rank as a really great actor adr a man of positive genius. But between all these odd folk and the London actors of the dramatic stage, there is endless emulation mingled with tan talizing attempts at "troedory" and aRri ness on the one side, and a fadeless dread and contempt on the other. The "pros" or "presser" as he is everywhere known in London, is in nearly every instance a pro anot of the lowest London life. As a rule he was originally a costorrmonger. stable boy, "boots," starveling from the traveling booth shows. Blillingsgate crate carrier, or from somewhere out of the east end slums. If he be of as good quality as from the humblest laboring classes he still. as well as all other music hall perfarrmers, gradu ates into his profession through one un varying school of low and often vile train ing-from the "penny-ganf," or from the "smoking concert" den whero he has, as "volunteer," sang, danced, contorted, or slugged, for the, free entertaln mernt of the gutter hosts of London. Many of tihe favorites c,,muiint sanlt ries of from ;50 to £1U0 per week. linut about all of them reach tellir ailluence, and often respectability, out of ther s:ine original depths, and along tihe same vicissi toes road. The only time when dramatic actors and "pros" ever meet is at the annualr Christ mas plays and pantornimee. [Thin the "pros" is in demand at the theatrs to do specialties. 'Ihe lofty scorn and the airy defiance between actor and "proLj" is then something wonderful to boho!t. "What's that?" is the contemptuous query of one actor to another, its a "pros" is espied iii the stage wings at Christmas time, waiting to do his "turn" as his act or sp cialty is called. "Oh, its only a thing from the 'alls (the music halls);" his companion will as witheor ingly answer. "Gor bli me!" retorts the "pros" with an airy enort at his trerceeutor. "hit cawnt be hits on thy sti-igc; they won!ldn't 'ave sech bloominr' hobjece in the 'all !" In America there is considorable friendly coumningling of actors and variety per formers. This makes tossibio t:he "'lialtos" of our larger cities, which a o really roted as hsantl of all manner of stage folk, andl which are the resort, at certain hours of every day, of all theatrical people. The casual passer lingers curiously within the region. Eou one least accustomed tol striking city phases, is instantly impressed with the unusual character of the neigh borhood and with the manner and dress of its frequenters. But between London actors and London music hall e:formers the golf is imurtnslb!e. ' he London actor is a gent'leian bred and boe. lie has been given the best of hoiu,e and school, often of university, training. lie is a student; frequently a traveler. tlir cU tore has been persistent, requential and unavoidable. And his excellent social status keeps him Ieimaunently in touch with the best rather than the undesirable elements. The "pros" being the product of an en tirely different set of conditions and en ilronmeat, is necessarily the endlessly I01ningi element. He is believed by th: Ittleiman actor and entlemanavootlist to a ever on the alert to teach hi statl0tDI iPsh Into his plaen; oqgreg his honor nd e.usluments; just as ~the bootblaks, b'Oteher boys and newsbys o great cities. with special Rifts and dauntless energy, surpass trained business men, and at last with prestige and wealth, force the barred doors of aristocratic society. There fore the London actor scorns the London "pros" as he would a tramp, Not outl will he have none qtf him as a companion, but he will drink no liquor, eat no fbod, trane-. act no businaes, anu Irqquent no, haunt, or tborolughfae where the latter is. pemittled to ome.r These observations have market illustra tration in the close lines drawn in the daily haunts of the two classes. The actors chiefly retire behind the inviolable prot3c tion of their clubs-like the Ga-rick, the Green Room, Savage, Arundel, Lyric and Beefsteak clubs-and their cosy suburban homes, of which they are inordinately fond end proud. Should they occasionally stroll from one city resort to another, they would be found at noted places like The Welling ton, l)amtattor's, and perhaps Romano's an.r Gatt,'s known in local parlance as "La Gorgonzola," but would retire permanently from the "profaesion" before they would be seen at Miss Barnes', a former barmaid of the Criterion bar, or at the Gaiety bar, which is christened "Prossors' avenue." So, for manny yea a, indeod for ia greater part of the pri sent century, these ostracised music hall performers have gradually merged their business and social interests in one large and interesting resort, known by theatrical people thronuhout the world as "London Poverty Junction." No one knows bow long it has been "l'ov.ty Junction." This it now is and will ever remain. It is outside the old city borough, and the actors are glad of it. It you were wandering in the btrand and came to a re gion, along by Waterloo bridge approach, of old bookstores, your haunting of these would leat1 you almost to the bridge itself. Then the Thames and its pictu esque scenes would bring you upon the great structure; and your vaarant fanoy, playing about the sunny lavender fields of Surrey and the hop fields of fruitful Kent, would lead you southward to the Surrey side of Loundon. Should it happen to be of a Monday mo-n ing, about eleven o'clock, you would have scarcely passel the Surrey approach to the bridge when. at the corner of York and Waterloo roads-each a great city street you will have come upon as curious a scene and study as may be found by travel in any land. In olden times this was a region of resort for the ruddy farmers of Surrey and Kent; yatrds where wagone, casts and divers be longings of the farm were picturesquely be stowed before, during or after Cuvent gar den market hours; of rough shops which dealt in goods to the liking of the yeo manry; and of quaint old inns and public houses, where all the long day and through out the night were the bustle and clatter of incoming and detartingcoaches, and where still linuels a perennial flavor of brave drinking, hea ty eating and rough but unctuous gool cheer. But one of these ancient inns remains. This is the York tavern. While prim, new public houses have crowded close, seeking to lessen its prestige and divert its patron age, it is still, as of old, the center of all the busy scene. At both sides of each inter secting street, and reaching for more than a square away, are single and double rows of hansome, dog-carts and broughame. Many of the latter have liveried coachmen and footmen. They are the equipages of rich music hall managers, Ibej:woled and foxy "theatrical" agents who control the booking of all nmusio hall and variety engagements, and of those favorites among performers, like Cherwin, Leno, Godfrey, Colburn, Bean champ, Chevalier. Bessie Bonehill and Jenny Hill, whose specialties and popular ity command earnings of from £40 to £150 per week. Between these and the street facades, and quite often extending into thr middle of York and Waterloo roade, will be gathered on any pleasant Monday morning from 1,000 to 3,000 music hall and variety "pros sers." A special detail of police is always required to keep ; asasoeways open to other pedestraaus. Of all this strange medley of folk perhars not more than one-half will belong in London. Among the remainler will be found every manner of variety per former and "ercentrio specialist" from every land beneath the sun. Hundreds of variety performers, good and bad. from America are here. Cowboy and pugilistic "actors" are here. Provincial talent, down at the heels but chipper, cheery and hopeful, is here seekiun engage ment. The strong man of Patagonia meanders past you, arm in arm with the boneless conto.tionist. Hindoo jugglers are engaged in raillery with the gentle Es k;mo dwarf who so recently sadly hoodooed the American religious world. Algerian. Eyptianu and Persian snake-charmnre, eword-swallowers, fl s-eaters and barefoot glass-breake:s consort with Cuban machote throwers, wild western female dead shots. Devon record-breaking jumnpers, G eek wrestlers and American genuine negro minstrels. The renowned Signorina Split. tavoce, spagbetta siren to the Italian court, the climrn cloggiste, the Noll Nelwoods, delicious delineators of ducal dialogues, the Slug brothers, the Salacious sisters, the king knockabouts, the Miles. Paddi shanki, queen of aspiring heels, are all here, along with all the unnamable "hu man warious" of superlatively megatherian freaks, who scale the dizzy heights of fame in the bewildering borderland of the vast amusement world. All those of the motley throng having real business at this weekly Poverty Junction assomblage, are here either for the purpose of securing now engagements or for paying the "dramatic" agents their stipulated weekly commissions on current engage ments. These agents, some forty in num bher, occupy all accessible ground apart monte for fully half a square on either angle of each of the four corners of York and Waterloo roads. No "proessr" dare se cure an engagement, and no manager dare enraoge a "prosser" without the booking is done by them. They first charge a larse booking fee, and subsequently receive 10 per cent of every performer's contract money, which is sent weekly, by mail, or raii in person every Monday morning. They arr neld in deadly hatred, and treated with pitiable se vility, by all music ball folk. London, provincial and all foreign nlnsic l:ntl and variety managers come here in person to secure their ever varying at tr actions. A halo of awe surrounds them as they pass from one agency to another. Lut llllngsnte ! orters could not equal the Ively reirmarks ul on their persons and character that mingle with sturdy calls for "bitter" and "sour ale." the moment they hove disappeared from view. Secondartly, those here on necessary bus iness take kindly to this form or Poverty Junction weekly reunion or symposium. They are thus cnabled to exchange gossip and greetings, co:,ter oaths and choice bil lihiSgeitt: :and to keep informed as to the movements of rivals, and city, provincial, or foreign mantagnr as. All othe's comp lee a g'ent horde of unemployed unreliables who, in Poverty Junction vernacular, are here to "wait for captains," that is, drink and 'riny manniiter of pickings; a vaster horde I of budding "prossers.," endearing'y o lled "Tommy Hlots;" and a sti;l greater and more pitiable number of broken down and utterly helpless old-time favorites who, and bllesso.l be the tender humanity of the I, ro! er at large! here secure in ungrudged alrls every p.enny on earth that keeps them from the workhounse or a pauper grave. a'The btusilles and social conversation of a Poverty Junction symposium is the most graceless that ever fell from the longues of nIloitel nluei and women. 'the latter are hero in equal numbers with the men. Both drink on equal footing at the Yo: k tnv oe's first, second and thir1-class com I pirtmeuts. All are relieved by their lurid I denuncaitionrt of star favorites, mauno:g:e f and agents. They are a kindly-h.urt-d lot, but their language is simply untellable. a This, of compa rlion prossers linving an aI aent's oilice, is as chaste as lilies by com i t riron. "Al,. cull, t]'i've made a shop (cont act) I in the country, tin' four turns (nightly t n gageonents at different music haille to pl:en bank 'olidays. Gawd's truth, cull. ' ia bieedin' keaitlir kneows H'r'm in derll.rild i r Iee wouldn't a give me th' shops. (oa'u to th' counbty fur only fifteen quid s.vere Seigis). (et the town fur seven ia ta-r. f]'i Scud a 'nd more, but what's the bloo,!v I-.e a I standin' on ceremonies:" lie p:obably was to receive V, I or wrik for his provincial ernangement, curd 1t - hhare £. r8ltogether for his ]Lonldon "tt.r:. ." "W'y didn' ye get eer wire on for ai emall - rait?" sympathetically inquires his cotm i panion. "W'at's the bloody use? Th' sow ain't got no bloomin' Iramma in 'art" With a "Gor bit mea ol' chap, we'll 'ave a wet!" and a "Look sharp seal" to the waiter, they drown their professional pride in Yorltavern soar ale, when the leaky prouer is off with all haste to the registry office to get his precious contract stamped, lest the "bloomin' h'aeent tries to throw 'im down." The symposium is at its height of con fusion apd, "cherness" by one o'eloeki ,ut, an hoit later, save for the brave s &iAa are and foxy ageaq still lingernt over heir wine in the rooms of the Yrk tavern, s nd a halscore of .the God-fOraaren rif raff lin.eging for a h'apenny from some belated reveler, all theregion roundabout this London poverty junction is as silent as a shadowy, nawthorn-spangled Enalish lane. Eaoan L. WAxsuesA. Copyright, 1808, by Edgar L. Wakeman. SHOULD SELL HER CROWN. The Advice Given Queen LtiluskaTlaal by an, American Admirrt. IDnIANAPOTra, Ind., April 8.-Admiral George Brown was asked to-day about a late dispatch from Honolulu which stated that John Commins, one of the leading na tives of the islands, had received a letter from Admiral Brown in which the latter said he favored the monarchy, and would do all he could for its re-establishment. "Hon. John A. Cummins whose name is mentioned here," said the admiral, "is my most intimate and best friend among the Hawaiians. I have never written him since the change in government was made. How over, I have written to an intimate friend of his and told that friend the monarchical form of government in the Hawaiian islands is at an end forever, and the queen might as well sell her crown. I am strongly in favor of annexation and have always been, but I think the annexationists in Honolulu made a serious mistake in form ing the provisional government by ignoring the better class of native Hawaiians, who, to my knowledge, are annexationists at heart." Undergroand Rtapld Transit. NEW YOBx, April 8,.-At a meeting of the rapid transit commission, held this after noon, two important communications from t. T. Wilson & Co., well known bankers, embodying the much talked of iroposition for a syndicate of capitalists to build an underground road, wore read. The com plicated financial and- structural proposi tions were taken under consideration by the commission. The cost of the enter prise is I.laced at $50,000,000. That Peruvian Assanult. WAHnINGTON, April 8.-No additional facts relating to the assault upon the United States consul in Peru. reported yes terday, was in possession of the state de partment officials to-day. Effort to locate the scene of trouble has thus far been fruit less. The Cable company report that the name of the place was not contained in the dispatch, and there was no dropping out in transmission. Gratn Exported Last Yeur. NEW Yoax, April 8.-Statistics of the grain exports from New York for the year 1892, wore compiled by William Ferguson, of the Produce exchange. The flgu:es show that 73,390,828 bushels of grain were shipped during the yoear. Wheat amounted to 48,057.323 bushels, corn to 15,719,119, oats to 3,391,475, rye to 3,063,719, poes to 823,678, flax seed to 855,913, and buckwheat to 6334, 408. TIlE MARKETS. STOCKS. New Yong, April 8.-Bar silver. 82%. 'opper-Quiet; weak; lake, $11.40. I cad-Steadr: domestio. $4.12%. The temper of speculation was pronounced bullish this morning, World's fair traltic, now near at hand, inducing purchases. The Van derbilte. as well as the Gould peep's, are cred itet w th liberal purchases of their respective stoc!es. Iradere turned sellers near the close, in coneqsluence of the loss in the bank resorvo and circulation of reports that stoean.ors ailing for Europe Tuesday will take out £3.500,030 in gold 'rho general list yielded 14 to 1 per cent and the market closed steady in tone at reacti n. t. overnments--Steady. Petroleum -.ull; s:eady; closed 087co. Closinu Closing U. h. 4s coupon... 113 Lackawanna ...... 145' Pacific tle .........1051 Distillers.......... 3',,7. Atchison........... :134 Cotton OiL........ .iit Central farilio.... 27 Kans & lex....... 26 Burlington........ 97 Lake 1tore....... . l10: 0. ,i It. ti. pref... 'i Lead 'Iust....... 40 Northern Pacific.. 1 L'ville in hash.... 744 N.'.prof.......... 4:1 Mich. Central.....1l8 Northwestern...... I11i Oregon Imp....... 53m45 North American... 11 Ogu Short Line... 17 N. Y. l entral.....ltt0, Pullman........... 17 Orego Nsav ...... 77 leading........... 24!4 Pacific Mail....... 2.|4 lerminal.....5.... 5!4 Hocr Island....... '5 I'. (. Western.... :2i St. P. h( maha... 53 1 . WG. prof.... 10 'exasPacific...... 1 H5. G W. lets..... 7i Cnion I acfic..... 373 't. Paul........... 731% anrgo o.xp........ 145 Sugar.............. t0s Westorn Union.... 9ti U. . Sxp.......:.. 3 Ameriean Itxp....;1.0 Linsood ............ 3 Canada Issltic.... 81 Eiletrio..... ...... 107 Canada South..... 71i Mloney on call easy at 4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper its 7. 'terling exchane dcll. with aeteal surilnsees sixty-cay bills, $l.bi'ltl 4.b06 and 4.S574k' 4.18 Ior n.emand. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. (onrcero. I pril 8.-('attle-ltecipts. 1,300: mark t slow; top ester~, $3.405. 60; others, $1.50 t, 5.2(1. Sogs--Receipts 5,500: active: highor; common and mixed, $Sti.i'57.10; heavy, $7.is3t7.50; light, 87.8007.10. t:heep - Recoipts 2,010: stendy; natives, .- 800e.85: westerns, $5.1515.73; clipped Texans, $l.5i14.s0. CHIICAG() PRODUCE. ICAlAno. April 8.-Wheot-S-eady; cash, 79iX; May. 81Joe. ( orn-oteadier; cash. ,LO?sc: lMay, .IO54e. Oats-Firm: cash, t0e; May, 30..c. Itarley-s-2o. Pork--Strong: cash. $10.77i4: May. $17. La.nrd--.trong. cash, S10.10; May, $10.27. Ribs-Strong; cash, $. IS5; May. $.0i0. Mr. larvcey Ileed Lasryviilt, 0. Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa ralysis of the Throat " I Thank God and crt liod's Sar *a parUttle Jer P'crfert lieu lth." "(Gentlemen: FIor the Irntfit of suffering ht manity I wish to st't., : f1,w fat' ts: Fcur setvers.l yarrs I hatVe sItt ys; s fom cal:ts as gid heart allures, gettting o ,;ssl I rsssslld sIitL worsl 5ad Could Scarcely Walk I had a vry bad spell of Ipuralysis otf the throat some5 time tsso. MyX thlssat sas sasd etlossd t l1ss I oul t su vw:ill.wI. Tlire olltors said it lsst s, 55l ti dli iliy tissy g ,std. 31'its ii' lralss iss tso ry Ithss "s', s:srs.Lls'ila t'llisaglsis of M'. I .lslli C. Snitl, 5.he had Iies ti At Death's Door but was entirely oured by ifoot,'s Sarsaparilla. Afttr' ttalking ,with ltIr. Sl mith. I osnludelid to try Itool's Sars'ilnLrill:. \WCI i'i I had taken tio silt'ies I flt vriy mush bietter. I hiatvrs i' .t tl tl i g it, :raI a te now f eling exeIl Hood's Sars.parilla iasi misy vwifes fir IUny r'esoratloll to perfect he'nlth." IItVIY:EYIIEI.r:D, Iaceyville, O. uOOD'S PILLS do not purge, pain or gripe, but act isromptly, easily and oelsntly. bc. __,k b. tbe proprietors of Dr. Sessatarrh r can be caured. Not with Slttros, that and.tnmP pallate fora e or peyea M rlato.c is aea to e tb la - but Ithworst aeses hield to its ml, esothing, dOeaning and healing propets. C i to Heed," needs but a few e.applieatkms. Oatarrhal Headache, anid all the effects of Catarrh in the 1Head--such as offensive breath, lose or impairment of the seaes of taste, smell and hearing, watin t or weh Ites--are at once relieved and cured. In thouusands of cases, where everything else has failed, Dr. Sages Remedy ba pro duced perfect and permanent cures. That gives its proprietors faith td make the offer. It's $:0o, or a cure. They mean to pay you, It they can't euro you. Helena Employment Agency 24 EDWARDS STREET. Telephoea 880. W. U. Cook. "Peprseter WANTS: 5 waiter irls for McDarmott Hotel, Butte, $80. 5 waiter girls for Great Balls, $25. 2 waiter girls for Ponlder. $25. 5 waiter girls for Philipsburg, 400. Woman camp cok. $45. 5 tires mker.. $1.52 to $2.0 a day. I carpenter. 14.00 a day. Camp cook, $50. T'O rET-Cabin. furnished, $5. 2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. $10. EITUATIONS WA N TED-FEIMALE. Advertisemeas under this head thire times FREE. SITUATION WANTED-BY FI5RST-C.ASS private house cook. Apply 212 Lawrence street. blTUATION V WANTED-MALE. Advertisementu unuar this head three times 0)11.. W ANTED-A 8ST OF BO108 TO KEEP Sby a young man whose work' does not keep him employed tihe entire day. Address hi. J., this office. HELP WVANTED-FEMALE I.ANTED - IRELIABLE WOMAN IOll htouse work one day each week. Henry W. roots. TiWAN'IED-APIPRENTICES AT JOWLES S Cash Store, millinery department 14 ANTED--DRIESSMAKIiRS: FIVE SEAM stresses at 411 iBenton avenue. Mrs. J. M. Alexander. TANTED-LADIES WISHING TO MAKE $25 weekly by doing writing at their homes address, enclosing stamp, Miss Louise I airfield, touth bend, Ind. VtlANTED-LADIPS WIHIING TI MAKE S$10 weekly doing writing at their homes, ddress, enclosing stamp, Misa Myrt'e Morse, Soutn Hend, Ind. HELL' WANrTED-MALE. W AN'IED--IELAheLE AND EXPEltI enced man us general agent to sell "Handy File' for loegal blanks. etc.: sell at sight: liberal cummission; must give good'referoncee. Ad dress.I. F., care Independent. 1)WAN'IED-AN ACTIVE PERSON OF GOOD character, to travel with expenses paid, representing established house; salary sl0,. with increase; enclose reference and self-ad dressed stamped envelope, ueneral Manager. Loek draweor f, Chicarso. AGENI S WANTED. IF YOU WISH TO MAKE $30 A WEEK SOL icit orders for our celebrated Crayons, 1'a- tele nd Steel J'oints. 'lon Eyck Portrait Co., rhicago, Ill. IOARDi ANI) itOOr OF1EItREDI IOltB RENT-YEIRY LARGE FRONT PARLOlR F nicely inrnished, with board, at Mrs. Mar tins, 518 north Fenton avenue. F('O RENT--ROOMS AND BOARIA a0t t Warren street, corner Sixth ave. FOlt 1tENT-FURNISIHED ROOMS. FORI RENT-TWO FUHNISHED HOOMS IN llomor block at a bargain; parties going eart until July let. Address or sppl5 noom 0, hlomer block. Ol iIENT-14ICELY FURNISHEI) ROOMS. Ssingle or en suite; best location in city; baths, electric light, etc. 11 Clarke street. S1Otlt iI'.Nt'-U1,N1ISHEI) 110OM, FIRST L floor, at 21 outh I eaton. FOIR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FROM $5 to $10 per month at 212 North liodney street. FOI IRENT-I WVELLINGS. j,"OR I ENT--1A ItTLY FURI S HED HU10U E; also barn. Henry W. Footo. I OR RENT--TWO BRICK HOUtBiS, NOs 1015 and 1047 Warren street; all modern ronveniences. Apply Pi. h. Ohaw, cateof h Nicholson & Co. FOR SALE--REAL. ESTATE. 1-OR SALE---2.300 HOUSE FOR 81,775; *15 per month or to suit. H. IL. eed & Co. O BAOLE'--A SNAP-LOTS 4, 5; 6 AND 7. block 5, Eest lHelena, for $65; lots 15, 16, 17 and 18. block Ai, for 1225. Apply to I. W. Earrett, last Heclcn. LOST. i OST-MA'rtCI[ BOX, WITH MUNUGtHAM "L. V. S." Pindor please return tothis otfice and receive reward. TOT;T-DI MOND PIN. PLEASE RETURN to oMr. Vawtor, Merchants hotel. I tOST--BROWN LE 1'THER ('CH\TI IELAINE bag contaiining between 'iti and $40; also visiting cards of owne:r. Finder will be ra -,arded by 1h acing the same at thi ofttice, or ad dress lock box 1.171. Heolna postoftice. I OFT--A P'O('KETIIOLOK Y A 1 OMAN WHO cannot spare the money :t contained. Re turn to this otlice and receive the the thanks of Sire. I add. M IN(E L:IAN tOIi. I)AItTIES W ISH1NG TIHE KIEELEY TREAT - ent fr Ihqor, opium, morphine. or to batc,, hl)rits. pia-o oall at or address the 1hl ona oftico. No. 21: ib. hain street. for terms or infotrmation 'ANT'I") EVEtIYBODY TO WVPITE : OR a free trip to the opening of the worldt's fair. :enl slf a'ldressed ai d stamped tnlei o|o at once. Trio i'olnmitn thomical to. 1 iti Maisonic Temple, Chicaglo. W ANrE)l-ONI3 tiECOND-llAND IIOAD V cart and single |larnist; must be in lood order aid cheRap. Addro s '. U. box 4(0. '1F1l iENT T'HE CAPITAl IOTrFI,. THIttEE rtery and basetent trick btiilding; fur nichid tlroughout. kor informa'ion call at Oltl SALE CHEAP, SALOON ON MAIN i street. Ad rose 83: this olli(o. SUtl S4,IE A LIVERItY, EED AND VALE sI tr le in a rising town of Montana; the rtaht, is ~rping a blg business. ('reinnll nlcatione ,cd:usred to.. .. t t., Indepi ndint I ub. to 1,'Ot SAF -iT A P'AI(tAI , IloitHE AND .t, ra ou anuit bar fixturre. i ddross ara. •. LnlugllUdI, i st lelenla. 7.ont. FOIl >AI,E-1A-'IWEN'Y- IVEt HEAl) OF _ wirking torsos, throm olnues, hlarnoer. wagonsi. sled-. chains. bleokerrtit. shop: cons itasr orttit. Inquire of aluvail ,& 1 at hapllo. ION1-EY TSO LAtN. S.ONtEIY 'lo IOAN ON IMPROlVED CITY atlt farm property. Wm t.Laey. t'euadv. 3_UNI.Y '10 LOA-h, .. ,AuLIt. SEk ' 11)1OUlGlHllilltElD i'O):I.1 _Y. I( 11IT tS.lt: (Ii.S. WitEt 1.'rt blIcI., $3Ilh. I', Wh:itt',-.eCO 14tck .raarie; mstorek' fr.:n lo-t ,traria on earth; eggsa t.. tr 1:1. u5 ser "l ; itigo.t. ,,hitLCoor incubtoro. A.thlr, a Wood lawn I oultry lards. lielcua. eedl buckwheat for sale. UDUsCAuIONA O 'a UNted-: ý ai, et,,i Jhaart tirto afl.. Nba oh I p in loat campo allhpie tibe. 2ac ran, rom mn farle7 Os. m, J O 1ds-]mplym0 n t, A RCO, . altar Worth AIla ftre. ' , Telepholne 109 I8 wooehoppera near ity, $1.29 per ocld. 15 wined andt slit wood in on. er .p, all pine timber. : 20 ralroadman, fare roa 1 man cook, gemnerl housework for olty, fir oi ceo iein e Woman cook out of town, freefare,41t. Girl for houseork out of town, 181. (Girl or N hare "iulphur t prini. #Q0. SU &t I .-'Wood in lote tosuit purchaser. awed and split wood for sale. MON TANA MARBLE"WORKS ýWrite for ]Prices. Ofiop and Yard Lower Main stecet, Helena. UL 4 I0 INT'ENT 8" SURE NCT[CE OF DISSOL ION OF PAITNER. ship--Notice is hereby given that the co partnerehip heretofore existing between the un dersigned, under the name and estle of '1 root & Lindner, is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. Mr. J. P. Llndner is authorized to collect and receipt for all outstanding acconntn. J. H. TROEH. *J. P. LINDNhtR. Dated at Helena, Mont., April e, 1898. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION-THE FIRM of Ashley & Iklund, formerly known and doing business under the name of Ii. Io. Ashley k Co., is tiis day die solved. 11 parties having bills ani all bill; due the firm will he received and paid by Mr. :klund at 17 lrk avenue. Mr. Achley still. retains the old ct nd at 21 Edwards street. No. 17 Park avenue. 'telephone 218. H. H. ASHLEY, A. EKLUND. Dated April 7. 189. NOTICE OF SALE GRAND PACIFIC HO t41.-Notice is hereby given that the noder signed nesign'e of F. IF. 'hbime will, on the 15th day of April, .. D. 189:1. at 12 o'clock noon, at room 1. Power bulddin, iu the oity f Helena. of said dlay, offer at publho auction to the high est bidder for cash in hand all that certain real estate situate. lying and being in the Northern Pacifi addition to the city of Helena, in tho county of Lewis and tlarke, state of Montana, particularly detcribed as follows, to wit: Lots numbered i7, 8 end 9) seven. eight and nine in block number (27) twenty-eoeven said proeprtv being also known as the tiran Pacifo hotel property. BALiNARD BIOOh1, Assigne (if F. E bIhlere. Dated Helena, Mont.. April 4, A. I)D. 1898, UMMONS--lN THt DISTRICT COURT OF Sthe First judicial district of the state of Montana In and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. John W. 'peahm, n:aint;ff, vs. Ceorge Gifford anti --- Ciford :hishand and wife), defend onts. The attat of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby required ts appear in an action brought aainst yon by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the First jundicial distriot of the state of hMontana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint led therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this annmoson it served within this county: or. if served out of this county. but witlin thisdistri0t, within twenty dayo; otherwise within forty nays. or judgment by default will be taken agamsntyo according to the prayer of said ompiaint. 'ihe raid ici ,n is brout:gt to r, cover judg ment against defendant t earge Iitfford in the sum of $3i.l50, w.with isnterest from ., arch 3l. 10b2, for work and labor performed and money expended at the special instance and request of said uoor;e i iford by J. . Brutovitz oen the frliowing named quartz lode c:aims titnaited in Colorado unorganizrul mining district, Lewis and Clakes county. Montana and to foreclo.n the mechanic's lien filtd by saitl . Y. l;rusesvitz against saad properties in tlao lit eo of the re-. corder of deens af raid c onty on tarch it. 1r92. maid wo-k and labor being perlorme I beginning De. 5. 1t1. and ending on I h. r'i, 19:. amounting to saidurn of $115 t., lh said lod-e olaims are more particularly dqacrbhd as foil lows, to wit: The (iittord quartz h Isie claim ' o. 1. the lifl'ord quartz lode claim No. 2, the Gif Iord quartz lode claim no . I tle seolon Ireas ure qlar:z lode claim. all situated in towns.ip 0 north, range 4 west of Montana principal mer ielian in Lewis and t larke county, Montana, and latay adjoining o.ch other. complaint asks that $1.5 be allowed as counsel fee for thl pros ecution of this action. and allegeaos that on April 13, 1891. the claim of J. p. tirusevitz was sold, assigned and transferred by him to this plaintiff,t and requiecs that defendtant --- tiifferd, wife of defendant bseorge I i trd set out tier claim, if any eho has. that ilhe advorse rights of litigants be adjudlicated. For further particulars see comp aint now oni file. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer thl said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff wil take jdegment against dnfasndeat iGeorge Git.ord in the sum of e:l 65.50, with interest from Narch ItL 1892, and coatl oI suit and will apply to the court tar the re'itf demanded in the comlllaint. Given under my hand andtne soal of the dis trictcourtof the First judioial district of tha state of Montana, in and for the rs----- county of LwoeisL and I'lat.es Seal First b thie 31st day of Mlarch, i tho Jud. alrst. year of our Lord one thosnaud t'ourt. J eighthundred and ninety-tsres. JOiN IEAN, Clerk. Ily .L T. CASEssY. ,irputy 5 litrk. John S. Miller, Flrank D. Miracle. Attorneys for Plaintiff. SIREBIFF'S SALF.--TIE ' tIOMA CnlYRUSE Savings Bank. plaiutilt. vs. Farsah F. Guth rin, ilisam Gutthrio and Thlomas Travise, de fandante. Undor and by virtue of an tries of saleoant decree s fire!lsirs nnil sati, stslled slit of le district corulr sit the First judicial district of tih eta t. of Mhontana. in and for the county os Lawlis andl C(lanke. on the list day of \ a-ch, A. 1). l01,i. in tle above entitled stlioln, whseroin ' Iso Thmllisui t rnse Savingls lank, tie above naied plaintiffs. ositained a j:il-uginnt ani decree of l.sriclosuro and sal, against Sarash I. lutlhrie, Wilhiam sisnthrie and 'I 10mas Trsavis. dIfsi-it antse. n the 0th dlavy of Iesibsae . ,. I'. 10t, for the sulm of 1.t10t lii'. I etr-ie- intorest. corts and attoarnely's fees. which scil ldecr(e was -on the tht day of ltoslse. A. . Iel'. recorided in judg nment book No. "'I" of eaid court. at pait -:.i I am cosmssiansded to sell all tioeo cesrlain lots. piecen or Iparcola of land, i oatse. lyin', and Ieins Il the county of lowiii anIl ('ler.... state o Montana, and hounded anIdeserribetl as follows. to wit: Isst number liftocen (15' in hlock numb-r five hundred a id sixty 5iut'0 ss i ie originas twsisile s'f tlh city of itelesna, Montana. lnsius i: y three and , ne-half l1;::i)f feet fro :t ,;n 0Itesi sc, etsret. cOmrlssenoiug at IIt .otili rsi hi,sutsry line of said Ht:e.atowl silte. llonnirng nurt ixt: ti rc-- ansi one-half l3l2Ii fuel thI nc: e se ll s lu:n drtd (1tJ) fe -t t a hsssndtary linti agaiui: -. Is-ea west onio hurnlred and sixtieen anid e!gilt-t:thsl: (I ti i f-10-fst tI, stisrtini point. /udiat'o Ilat ceirtain parcel of land fronting isn l)svl.s: lti lt-enerr ttssts. oleov. n anid os-: a:f Illti) fret wide ant Ilyn, neat s, il adljiniaig on thts Iltr II sise sf said lit nsisithl r lift s--i 1',). Ail-i l t Isisslsher OLs:ltlt sr l I ill Iblock nuiilnls r sin, i It of lo el I'lox aldition to tI .:scitys lie's it, sr a sid loit ant l.oek are nUllmlirred, leeinastils. il i d ti - eerltesL iupon tie oiciatl pliat of aail sudsitiis on Ile in tl oostirs ssf lfthi county re.rs-isrsr of L ,it . an,- 5 islrlko eounsty. in which tile -sid tirostises are siltuatd. Tooliter with all and elngntar the trire-ssacts. hlerstditasents asilt spl 5rtssalsce therellito his. longii.s or in ii nywi-e aslsp relsislslg. I'uhllo notice is lereby given that on 'I hIrrsday. the ,it, day of iAlsl. A. 1). 189:. at 13 o'cllrck m. of that day. at the Iront. dtoor of th-, resirt lsouse. Itlsena, Iewi4 a sI (issrkhe rieity, Voss lana, I ill, In risElitn-i, ti said irderof sale snd docro, of fircrsssure sind tal., roll the acsose d.sseritbi prillsrty, or ass mllllh thremllf as ssay he Inecessary Ct satisfy aaid judgnrsnt. with inlllrst railt cost. to the higlhest and bost bidder, for cash In ianld. Given IlnUecr my hand this 1Ilth day of hlarech, A. 1. 1093s 'IIA!'ILFB D. ('CURTIS, heralff. Dy F. IF loHse. LUder bheriL we A dA r my nd this l8th d ayo Mareh, 6. Refn, . e o .C O . ,. ar ' om etaW . - dr t t en h 8 o th s s t o t M rot ove soem to n. aor 7l..., a in Ail a t o dedee oed, to ho and arl t Vtron t a1 h bim. adcots n this b ele tew, M, 1 4 . D 9ustice of the pae i-, a ind . tr.t.orm h ofte s a n d o Werste. sa-P o hee ~Ieesn, wthi t 1 atithe le tion of hernby leans eneds t e of Mp paronta h.t oraw te A. r Cl Ie o e . p a dtheoe te pearer o tnd wfr t noher merhou ray o nei. a Ies r cart 01 ohndelse otio..n o ip of d efendats moyn t be ihfstathie o nstas to the atboe named dr e ondtn, . thl o t O t or t Yorn atment eby mmoned tlo be and appea beorl lA . Aor. 1votaa altef hursa tweo e oand ionc ani for the cat t of Lseirnnd Cl farke at my lie in Htlena within ten dea after the om plrenton of the e;iaio of ti sendan fonr the Awit ,after Ap. I there to makeW adet torthee of the Pehes. WeAtE the aboCa t in ahcriv T ED pE. pr Attornes foer PlaintIffs. m ornde staeo o Mntreaa n ad o defendantbyd of Lewis and lare.is al t at:d deges dce=arlted otice is hreby ivan by the ndritned, ad-r the mistraton nder the estatehis ofbh of Ma rch. a gA. deltaird, to te credr of. and el, atronons hasin claims ~ie oast the eiac deo cesed, to ehibit them itor Plaintiffs. ary ouchetrol t thten onths after the irs r ofub lek. it the city of anHelena in the county of lofewis and larkstat lon a the san nt e of ulid estate in il conty of lewis and oteis hereby gien, . D. .nder d, ministrator of the estate of Henry Mi. Bran deeased, to the re. orr of, aid all iorns pu cati ms on M arhs2 let th d ti. tioERIFF' hibit them with the OF n le:aX-l o echtion thin myten months after outofthe district pb licourton of thise Firt Judi to the said administrator the stat block. in the city of Helena in the county of bong the place for thr transaction of the bdst of Montn aid estate ind for the county of Lewis and Clarke. in tho onit of A. s. 4 honbnrgh Dated March 18, A. D. 1A98. aaministratr of the state of ly attested te Br th day of pbMarch .. on hae leied upo 18 a t right, title ands, issunteresd out of the adistrict lof Monto t in andfor to the followins and scribed property, situated in Lewil and Clarke county. state of Montana, viz: 'hs northwest quarter of northeast quarter of section 8. township 10 north, range 3 west; the northeast quarter of northwest quarter of sec tion 1. township 10 north, range 8 west; the west half of southeast quarter of section 84, town ship t11 north, range I west; the southwest quar ter of southwest quarter of section 18. township 12 north, range 3 west: all ft eco ion 19. town ship 12 north, range 8 west: all of section 18. township 12 north, range 4 west; the east hrlt if northwest quarter and east half of eon' haaest quarter section 24, township 12 north, raa)s 4 wesrt. Together with all and singular the tenements. heroditaments ant appurtenances thereunto be longing or in anywise appertaining.. Notice is hereby given that on the 17th day of P pril, A. D. 1894. at the hour of twelve o'clock m. of said day, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Helelona, at repaid o:uentity snt! state, I will cell all the right, title and in terest of the said t li-oe McLeod in and to the said above described property, to the highest bidlder for cash in hand. tjivon under my hand this the 27th day of March, A. I). 1lat. CHABRLES D. CURITIS, Sheriff. ly FnRD E. Hoss., Under Sheriff. TOT1Cti OF SALE OF REAL ESTATH.-NO tlro is h, reby given that in pursuance of an order of the district ousrt of the county of I esis and Lewis and Clarke. state of Montnna, made on the tith dy of March, s1s3. in the mat tir of the estate of Alice " olich, deceased, the nadeesigned. the atdministrator of said estate, will roll at private rale, to the highest bidder, for cash, and subject to confituiatiun by raid district court, on or after taturday, the :2d say of April. 1t43. all the right, title,. interest and estate of the raid Alice , elch at the time of her doetih, and al the right, title and interest that the Eaid estats ites. ti" operation of liw or other wise. acquirod other than or in addition to that of the said Alice Wellch at the time of her death. in and to all that certain lit. piece or parcel of lend situate. lying a'd being tn the ract county of 1 ewis and (Clarkt, stale of Mlontana, and bound, d end desorib-d as follows, to wit: Lot number six (1). in block iK. in Mauldin addition to the city of l.elena. as said lot and bl, ck ara numbered, designated and deecribed cn the plat of said Mau:dln addition, c n file in tie o.teo of the county record' r i.f said county of Lewis anId (C'a-k. 'lorms and cotlditions of sale: Cash. Deed at eXpenoe of pirchwer; bids or otftrs may be n:a !o a a ny time after the first publication of tilts inot re and tefore the making of sate: all bid, at.cf tters most be in writing and. leoft at thie uoffice of t0. i,. tariiner. 'L2and 281 ailey b:o k in Helena. l.owsie and tlarko count", or delivered to tihe nndersigns.l trcronally, or filed in tlhe office of tile clerk oif sad court. DANIEli J. WFKLCH, Adlministrator of the estate of Alice Welch, de ua teed, Lated March 3I, 1F93. ~nULMMONls-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the First judicial district of the state of -lontalea in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. , t.inie Nightingale. plaintiff. vs. William gichtisgale. defendant. The stat ot Moontana sends greeting to the above named defendant: Yon are hereby required ta appear in an action bronghtazeainst yonibv the above named plaintin in the district court of the First judicial distritol of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis anl Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this slummmna. if served wlithin this connty: o0. if served out ot this county. hot ,vtl.in thiadistrict, within twenty days; otherwise within forty uays. or judgment by default will hbe taken gannmstyou according to the prayer of said romulaint. al.e olud acttin i. uought to as tuin a divorce and dissosution of tihe bonds of matrimony lero toft re and now existing hetwoen defendant end this plaintiff upon the ground that defendant ise comm itted adultery nubes q ent to such mar riage: and upon theo'forther ground that oefend ant has blen guilty of extreme cruelty towards his p'nalntitf. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear anti nn.w. r the said comlplaint, as above required, the naid plaintiff will applyv t the csort flr tise lso f demannet in the said complaint and for crite. Given under my hand andi.th seal of the dls trictcourt of the hlrit judicial district ot the es ate of Montana. in and for the _-- v county of Lewis and ('larka, S ealFirst this 11th day of Ia .reh. in the Jud. )Ist. year of our Lord one thnouand ScIurt. J eight huntdrd and ninety-trir.e -J-t-) JOHN IBEAN, Clorc. ]ly JESa i cx.l r. i.oputy Liera., J. A. Carter. Attorney for I'la:ntitl. SlHERIFFF'S SAI E.- M.\TTIIEW DORRITY, plaintillfvs.vs .amo, It. Nlt'nr:y. defendant. I'nder and by virtue of :rn order of sale and -rrces of aforeolosure and tale is r ed nut of thel district. court of tis First, uilcial district of tlhe nilt, f Montana, in and for to i county of Lrwi'a rsi Clarke, (nt thu .r5 y sa s t r aschI. A. i). 101., an the abtove entitlod action. wt ereon Na' ih w ;snrritv. the nlahvo asi:oed plain Iaf, ob tained a judgmnt and decree of forecloa nra and sale against ames Hi. dta.rrry. defendant. o0 thio rth dlay of Mareri. A. ). Ib.'. for thil, enm of $Lsli:.: l. besides interest. colst and attorney feeoo, which said decroe was anl thli tsn trley o l March. A. i). IStI. recorded in judgniont hook N,. '"H" of aid court at pg,. --. i ant crummanded to sel nil Ithat cor ;.an lat. piece or parcel of land. situante. lying atil beins in the county of Lewis ani 'larke. treto sf Montana. anid ounlded aad described as ifollows. to-wit: I s il div.dI I oun-th;ird (i) intierst in :n to t ,s St La-wreate qgrartz lodn i i'ai ( aim. sits alt In httemlin unllsr sla z i ning si r rict, b .andrd oil the ci tt ly theI Cornolelsia siortel Ichale m : in:a niu,, anl on the MoLth be the imlthivi is stirer 7 lo e m nine cl i ii. notc:e of the location of vi I t l.a.r*ncs artz ild. asining ci :nis It n duly r cordOLed in thb ufftc ofs thl ,:,ut ta's ., rknasa am ,o.rd",r of lalt l sn-l ( larl:o IstUsyL. l h uians, whlerein alt prt.niesa are sit ca'o. , . whiho re ord tor a lore pa.rticular de icriats in refereosa is hsreLy aleill onotner with all and singular the tenamonos, lnrrslitamenta and eppurtenanosa tiereunto be Isng.inr or in anywise a pertatlnin. lublic notlle is hereby gives that on 'I'lsa Ias, ,Iss 8.11 day of April. A. 1, 189I'. at 13 Sclock na. of that day. at this front dor of the sourl CUlls. Ieleia. Lewis anlti (:larks csnntt, Maontana, I wll. in obDsl .ena to maid osrdr of aole rand decrDo aif foreciosanr, and vnle. tall tht alovae described prperty. or so much thereof ao may be sloevarl to hltly said jldsnent, with internat nril tsse, tsl the highest and bohat bidder, for celi Ih: hand. Oiv n under my hlmd thie I3th day of March. A. I). h3. S CliAHl. B I). c'UH'Ill. hherilf. San t P . 1coms, Under hherif. RNAIFIO RaR. . the on line rtanning THrEO1 i P la CARS CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS -AND I3RTU PACIFIC COAST POIITS, The Dining Car Line. DicIng Care on all through Trains. The Yellowstone Park Line. 'This marvelous WONDEILAND reached oab bt thit line The People's Line. The peeople's highway from Chicago, St. Pa.t, jinneapolis. Duluth aend West Sperjor to Win. ljeg, 4se'ena, tbute, lissonla, 3Spokanu, 'e. eoma, eattle. Portland and Puget bound. The Tourists' Line. The popular line to rech. Lak.es ~.enA ' Orieltto ola d'Alsno. Kootenoa, C.m..elentheo prings and Mountaln kieSorts of the NOLItTI -ES'1 and to ALA.l(A, Daily Express Trains. Save PUlLMAN PALACE CAlS. PULLMAN rt.OURIT bLEItPINtI CABIAS. YBIP COLON laT LEEsPIha CARS. Through Tickets Are sold at all eouonon oofficee of the Northeyn Psoo . laiJzn-i to lunts North a BEast, Sous and West. in te United SBtat ant Canadsa * IMl iCHEDULE. In etect on and after Sunday. August IL TOAINe ABRVtY AT =NLUNA. o 1. Panifie Mall. west bound. 1:10 p. 'a .4. Atlantio mail. bound........12:40 p. in o. 6. t caur t'&Aene. tlstaunla and Butte expre's......................... 6:4 p. No. 8. Marysille pnassener.... ... . 11:20:a. i rIo. 10. Marysville ommodton..... in No. Wiee.i Boulder and rlkloren - en er ......................... . 5:0o p.' No. 10,nmminl moe d, Mon wes 7-0 a ned .ye and jIridays ............... 8:00. TRAINI D1PAI5T FnOM l.t.NINA. . 1, Pacifio Mai. west bound........ 15 l m a~ aO4. lAetinl a:l. est hound........ (0 c a No., blutte, Miesoula and TmOur d'Alone ezxross ............... ........... 7:RO a.'m o. , M svllle passenger ............ a:4 n o. 9, M nrysvile acommodation....... 8:00 p. i o. 10, orkes Boulder and Elkhorn Pa r............ ......... 7:201 No. 101t, Rimini mined, Mondays, Wed needay and Frit s ................. 8:18 a. at ' rmin s wos. 1 4, ii nd a connect at Garrison with Montana Union traiun to and from Butte, Doer Lodge lnd onaoond1. Trainl Nos. and m will run between Helena and Wallace, Idaho.-without change of cars. oer Bfatse, Map-, Time Tables or Spolal Information apply to Chal. S. Fee, General Pnasenger and Ticket Agent. St. Paul, Minn.. or AZ. =. ED.GA1R, General Agent of the a.orthern Paco r. B atl HELENA. MONT. OTICE TO CO-OWNER.-TO O. 0. RIN ker, your heirs. executors, administrators and asignls: iou are hereby notified that Mark Brayerton ,-,.:..i. W. Stevenson, of Jefferson county, Mon tana. your co-owners, have, it accordance witn the provisions of seotion 2.124. RIevised ttitutes of the U..led States, expended in labor aud improvements upon the bold and Limestone placer mimng oelim situated in Jefferson county. state of woutana. described as follows: being the SW ot the S14e and the itF, , of the SW Nof tec 4. and the N % of the N of the NW 4 of the NE i, and the N 3S of the N 4 of the NE 3t of t'e 9. 'Ip 9 N, at3 west. rontaining one hun dred and thirty acres, the sum of one hundred dol lars for the pnrpose of represenutng and hold ng e:sld claim according to law forthe yea ending lec i1. 18112. and unless you contribute or cause to be contributed your re.pective pro portion (one-third) of such expenditure as fol lows: thirty-three and one-thild dollars, to gether with interest and coet of advertising, within 9) days after the corvice of this notice by .uoblication upon you. yodr said interest in the above placer mining claim will be forfeited and hecome the propet. of the undersigned as pro tided in nertion 2.324. Revised Statutes otthe united States. MARK BRAYERTON. H. W. STEVENSON. First publicaotion Jan. l& 1893. QRERIFF'SB ALE--UY VIITUE OF AN ALIAS k> execution in my hands, issued out of the dis trict court of the ilirst Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. in the suit of William Kranich against Max Jovanovic. duly attested the Sd day of March. A. D., 189. I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of the said Max Jo. vanov c, in and to the following described prop orty, situated in Lewis and Clarke county, lon tana. viz: J he BMathias quartz lode mining claim, in Dry Gnlchi unorganized mining district, in the county of Lowis and Clarke. and state of Mon tana,. as the same appears of record in the oftics of the county recorier of said county and state. on page 111. book 6 of lodes, to which for a fur. thor description reference is hereby made, Togeotlher with all and smnguar the tens monts, hereditaments and apporeonences there uito ole.nlniq g or in any wire apportaining. Noticein hdreby given that on the 11th day of April. A. D. 1891. at the hour of 1I o'clock m . of said day, at the front door of the court house in the city of telena. eaid cuntvy and state. I will cell all the right, title and interest of the said Max Jovanoloe in and to toh said above do scribed propoety, to the highest bidder for cash in hand. Given inder my hand this, the 21st day of March, A. D. 189D. CIAS. D. CURTIS, Shori. I'nED E. Hose, Under heriff. DEPARTMENT BOARD STATE PRISON tCommissionrs. Hielena, Mont.. March 206 1893. 'he hoard of state prison commissioners here. b. invites sealed proposals for the care, keeping, clothing, feeding. maintaining and furnishing medicinlu aod medical attendance of all persons confined in the state prison at Leer I edge, Mon tana. 1 aeh prolosal shall specify the compen sation per day for dcach prisoner for a period of two, (2) nears. '1 th proposals must conform to the provisions of tteo statutes now in forc in relation to the care and keeping of convicts, the "I ules and Ilegulatians for the iovwrnment of tihe Mon tata .tto I'rison" and the provisions of this notice. )no of the conditions ef each bid must be to the eff.ct that. t.o bidder relecses all right and claim to th cloi.hing, wearvug apparel and bed ding of each prisonerat th expltation of the con tract. All bidders can obtain trim the clark of theo bard a si-t of the clothing anti a description of the f .ld roquirled each day for the prisonrs. All Ipropaols most be ace impanlod by a certi lied cli.ck in thn asr of ",no thousand ($10.t00 doltlars nnd nodorsed: "Hids for keeping and mailntaining irisonere ot the state prison," with the name ,,f tithe bder endorsed open the en olpi, rr'ml dolivorod to the clerk of the board on or I ef,lo April 20. 183,. Tfhe hoard roerves tihe right to nominate and rppo l,t thi' mndlica attendant for the state pr:son. anti to reject any and all bids. J. E. Ii.ICKARDS. H. J. IIASKELL. .. I OTWIT'T. E:ombhr: of the L'oard of State P.srieon Commi aiol.ere. RU5It\H IN 'THE DISTIII(T COURT OF Sthi lir.t judicial district of the stats of onltanat, in end for the county of Lows and t'larke. Jl.,lo' I'nice, pl]aintiff, vs. Emma Palce, do Trie tlnte of Montana sends greeting to the e iuva:, Inutal dehendant: Yot atire hIircliy reiutirod to appear lain action ierut lt againistyoub b the above namOd plaintiff in tthe dislrtit court if thi First judicial district tf tt ostatle .f Montana, in and for the county of Lrwi and l 'Clarke and 'to answer tlhe complaint itiled thermin.within ton daye (taoluesve of tie d tf ceirwclt) ator tint rervice ,, youn of this sum nio., it servrit within this counity: .rif etrvecd lo of this ceunty, but within this district, withi tweity days. otherwise withlti forty slays, o j.ituluimt by default will ho taken gaienst o sccordintg to the prayer of stuid complaint t i n u ad ac lh.n ms bsughlt to ab.ain a deer ietvlca, n0 thio b,,ds if matti"eol existing b toswo soaild plaintiff teid deIfedanit. and award iun It,. cOltCI y of twi, ueinir children to plain iii. as t.ll store tully appear from plaintiff' cimllnp'ltli. ' Icl oU are hereby notifiedl that it yon fall It a.lypr set answer the saitl comptlaint, as abov rtluilr,.,l tie said plantitff will apply to ti court for lt, railef dolenndod In said complain 1 rto tutder my haind tnl sn ,o seatl f tie die trirt coart sf the Hlrt judtllcial district of it stat of '.t rlteeas in and tlsr i .. i - i--- i o nllnty of lowis and ('lark I hoal Fir"t this td dlay of April in It Jud. . ilt. year of our Lord one tioosa. s onrt. J eight isusidri.t and linesty-th I------- JOIIN BEAN. Clerk By . O. Fa.zlt A. Io luty Clork. C B. Nolen, Attornal for Plaintil.