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with rare palms and ferus, in the entole of 'the hortieultufal buiidihg. It is to be re production of the ave in the Black ills, aar Deadwood. COULD NOT FACV HIS FRIENDS. Horace O'Doegeahe, of Chlcago, Commits sallide. Beltg IEmbarressed. OCcAOo, April 18.-The remarkable nst side of wealthy Horace O'Donoghne, saup posed to be due solely to a sudden insane impulse on hearing his wife read the sno sount of the death of Elliott F. bShepard. was revealed to-day as probably the result of large financial embarrassments, involv ing a number of Chieago publishing houses. The failures last week of 1. J. Smith & Co., eubsoription book publishers; of the Mel bourne Publishing company, and the Nile Smith Publishing company have, it is said, put a different face upon affairs. It seems they have been doing business with O'Donoghue's house for years, and hbe frequently accommodated them and gained such friendship in the business world that when he wanted accommodation he found no difficulty in getting it; in fact his oa commodation notes are said to have reached an aggregate of $100,000. These notes coming due, be could not pay them, and could not face his friends and tell. Worry caused temporary mental derangement, and he out his own throat. Itis believed his estate will be found suffieint in time to take care of all in debtedness, but the demands of banks upon the indorsers of his accommodation notes are making the best of them squirm at the present time, He has real estate valued at $300.000, on which there is an incumbrance of $100,000. His printing and binding plant is worth $150,000. PLANTING OF THE TREES. Arbor Day Was Generally Observed in the Capital Ctty. In obedience to to the custom established by the state legislature, the people of Hel ena generally ,observed Arbor Day. The banks, county offices and most of the stores were closed, while the prinoipal feature of the day was furnished by the pupils of the public schools. At each of the institutions appropriate exeoiess were had. At 11:30 a. m., the hour fixed for the planting, the pupils came out of the schools in regular order and marched to the grounds and formed in circles around the pits which had been dug by the janitors for the trees, and sang Arbor Day songs. In some oases ad dresses were delivered. The trees were then planted and given names. One tree at the central school grounds was named "Nebraska," in honor of the state that orig inated Arbor Day. This finished the exer cises. Eighteen trees of the mountain pop lar and Balm of Gilead varieties were planted by the pupils. After the exe ciues the pupils were given a half holiday and during the afternoon visited the mountain slopes south of the city accompanied by their teachers. One riarty of sixty made the ascent of Mount Helena. IN THE COMMONS. A Treaty That Was Not Ratlfied--Bomne Rtule. LotnoN, April 18.-In the commons to day Sir Edward Grey. parliamentary under secretary for the fo:eign office, stated, in response to questions, that the treaty be tween Great Britain and Nicaragua. signed in March, 1889, onaranteed to British sub jects the "most favored nation" treatment in regard to any onal, railway, or other mode of transfer that might be established in Nicaragua, Itatifloations of this treaty were not exchanged, however, and there fore the treaty is not in force. S;r Edward added that nothing had occurred between the two countries to invalidate the Clayton Bulwer treaty. Debate on the second reading of the home rule bill was resumed. Lord Ran dolph Churchill analyzed the bill at con siderable length, criticising the provisions severely. A Dulehoss In Dnrance. LoNDoN. April 18.-The dowage- duchess e, of Satherland was sentenced to six weeks' 4. Imprisonment and a flue of £250 this morn ing for contempt of court in burning h papers which the court ordered her to allow opposing counsel in the contested will case of the the late duke of Sutherland to inspect. iSuch ation in the case of a woman of such high rank is unprecedented in England, but was not unexpected, in view of the flagrant offense. The court declined to accept her apology or believe her statement that the documents burned were merely a private letter written to her by the late duke. A New L-pldemle. CITY or MEXIco, April 18.-Considerable alarm is felt here over a new disease which has broken out among the lower classes within the last ten days. It is given the name of ente-itis by the physicians. Twelve deaths from the strange disease were regis tered yesterday. It takes the form of inflammation of the tonsils and glands in the throat, spreading generally to the in testines, and is accompanied by a very high fever, which is difficult to control. Smallpox Alarm Subsides. WINNIPEO, April 18.-All alarm here on account of the smallpox has subsided. Three hundred and ninety-three immi grants from the stecmor Vancouver are in quarantine guarded by a strong cordon of lolice. There is only one veritable case and two suspects. Labrador and Slavery. The fact that the slave trade once ex tended far north on this continent is writ ten upon the map in the name of Labrador. Thbis name was given to the inhospitable coast of the far northeast by early Portu auese navigators, who were much iem pressed with the strength and endurance I of the laborers whom they kidnapped there arnd carried oil into slavery. A Modern Metal. Nickel is a modern metal. It was not in use or known of till 1715. It has now largely taken the place of silver in plated ware and as an alloy with steel it is sup tr ior to any other metal, for it is not only non-corrodible itself, but it transfers the same quality to steel; even when combined as low as five per cent it prevents oxidation. Scientific American. '1'ELEEGRAIPHIC BREVITIES. ventran, April 18.-Emperor William started to-day for home. ('CucA.oo, April l,--Horace A. Hurlburt, the well-known capitalist, died to-day. iO..TOwN, Ap il 18.-Lucy Larcom, the toetesi, is de id, afte a I retracted illnes. CLEVEA.r..~, Aptil 18.-C. 13. Williams. manatging editor of the Plain-Dealer, was foundl dead iin his office this morning; sup posed apioplexy. Niew Y.uK, April 18.-Taammvny's chief tain. IRichard Croker, has purchased the famous horse Iongstreet from Michael Dwyer for $75.000. NFw Yoot. April 18.-Stanton Abbott, lightweight champion of England, to-day issued a challenge to fight Jack McAnliffe, lightwelstlt champion ot America. rT. ]'AUL, A ril 18.-The legislature ad journed at noon after an exciting session, in which numerous sensational investiga tions were carried on and many important laws enacted. STOCKnoL..I, April 18.-The immense swing works at Roederheamn were de stroyed by tire. The wharves and a num ber of liv,hters were also destroyed. Lose about $(Ui)l,000. HAzieTroN, 'sa., April 18.-The five men imprifoned in the Crystal Ridge colliery yesterday by the mine taking fire were safely tnken out. The burning mine will now be flooded. ChilcAlo. April 18.-The following officers were elected by the American Railway union, the new organization of tailroad employes: Eugene V. Debs. president; G. W. Howard, first vice-president; W. I. Missiner. second vloe-presiaent; S. Jelleber, woretary. THE DETROIT IS SWIFT. ueeessfat tiest of the spuee of the New Cruiser. Naw Lo.uwop Conn., April 18.-The aw, Uaisd Staten rauiser Detroit made a iitor. loes record on ber trial trip tOUsay. t bash bten a tediast Walt, but it has proyed a great advantage to the builders. The weather was fine and the water could hardly have been nl better condition. The De trolt started out at about 8:15 with the naval board abo:;rd, and 11:80 was decided upon as the time for the real start. Up to that time she was kept circling about in the vicinity of the starting point. When she finally started the engines were kept vi brating to their ftll capacity for a long time. It required but 2914 minutes to reach the Bache. which was auchored about nine miles from the start, and the center stake boat was passed 81.40 minutes later. In 28.17 minutes more she reached the Blake, nine miles further on, and 20.12 minutes later she had passed the boat at the end of the course. But 6416 minutes were occupied in turning and coming aain upon the course. the run to the Blake was made in 27.87 minutes, thence to the center stake oat in 26.88 minutes. The Bache was made in 2912 minutes. Next came the most exciting nine miles of the whole run, because it was the fastest. There had been some shaking up of things on board before, but now the evi deones of speed were multiplied andt the Detroit flew across the finish line in 2[5.8 minutes after passing the last stake boat at a speed of slightly over twenty knots, or upwards of twenty-three miles per hour. Hall and Slavin Matchet. Naw Yoex, April 18.-The following special cable wns received here to-day from London: Jim Hall and Frank P. 81avin met to-day and signed articles to fight for £500 a side, a purse of £1,700, and the championship, winner to receive £1.000, loser £700, the flight to be decided in the National Sporting club. May 21. THE MARKETS. ii STOCKS. NEw YORi, April 18.-Iiar silver, 83. $i C(pper--Quiot; unchanged; lake. $11.25. I rad-Firm: quiet; domestic. $4.12%. S A calmer and more confident tone character iee.l dealingeat the stock exchange to-day. Ad vises from Washington that the free gold in the treasury had increased $500.000, and that the ad. ministration is fully prepared to meet ary rad ical change in the financial situation, had a re assuring effect and lod;to the f, ee purchase of stocks for both accounts. 'The bears made ser eral attempts to check thbs upward movement ret but were ursuccessful. ' he market closed firm. oil t, overnments--Weaker. Petroleum -- Dull; closed 63!i.. S t'loinz Closinuc or U. S. 4areg ......113 Northwestern......112.s co U S. l4scoupon....ll; N W pref.......... 14 vii U. S. o s rcg ....... VO!i N. . Central..... 100. Pacific Ce. ........ 105 Oreoon Imp....... 18 Atchison........... 32% Oregon Nay ...... 7 S American lxp.... 117 Ogn Short Line... 18 Ad Canada Pacific.... 53% Pacific Mail....... 2k - Canada Stouth..... .6,i Pullman ......... 00 : Central Pacific .... 261 hleading........... 24 larlington........ 493 Terminal.......... 84 po Cotton Oil........ 41 P I. i. Western.... e1 Lachnawanna..... 14%l IL t. W. pref.... CO i). .& li. V. pref... 854-c t. (0 Wlts ..... 77lo Distillers.......... 38t4 Rook Island....... F2l' Illinois C'entral... 101% tt. Paul........... B6t IEnns l ex...... 25 t. . & maha... 524 Lake ohore........ t4 bSugar....... ......102% te Lead ' rust.... ... , Texas Pacifi ...... to, L'vilre A iash....- 7:'-s nlon Pacific..... 0 Mich. Cenral .....105 U. S. aExp......... 6: Missouri Pacific.. ,07i Fargo Lap. ...... 147 ort, American... '1.h Western Union.... 02 15 Northern Pacific.. llI:, t lectric..........I 7 2% do N. '. pref.......... 4W,. Linseed. .......... 331 '."x div. At oney on call easy at 4 to 5 per cent; closed offered at 5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 0',s0i. hterlitO exchange firm, with actual Iiincss in bankers' bills at s$4.S6Oy4o.87 for sixty-day hills end $.00H4.88.i for demand. CHICAGO LIVE STUCK. ('nctso. April 18.-Cattle-eceionts. . w500; elailpnler.t. 1,0; market steady: medium steers. .Ys5(t5.ial; nI exirs on sa!e; otheors e4.S50d .25; ret Towone. $2.JCI$l.C0. w0 ),ogs--leceipts l,000: 5,1Cc higher; closing dr stron;, mixed and lackors. li.nvti7.15; prime Lc heavy, $7.200..17; li:.ht, t6.!.it)l.05. lheco--Reoeipta 15.0.10; straog to Io higher;'' ewes, Si 0p055;"5: mixed. 5.OnIoit5.O: prime west ern . vetherc, $i.3s.5I.87 w; prime Tranus, $i.600 CHIo('AGO PRODUCE. ('r.xso. A pril 18.--Wheat-Steady; cash, 7'1!c; )c hay. 75!/40. ( orn--Lteady; cash. 40ic: May. 41c. Oats-S teady; cash, 8c; nlay. 2So%. I arloy. 62c. York-Firm: cash. 110.57!4; May. 186.67Ys. I ard-F-irm: cash. O$9.i; May, T9.75. N Short el ar--$ 1.00u10.05. i rs. a sad Emeroot , .r n at Of Manchester, N. 1. - * After the Crip Hood's Sarsaparilla Restored Health and Strength "Last winter I had the (rip . ai wao quite adl;. After 1 belgan to get better, being weak Sand run ldown, I cohelrldd tI try IIood's Sarsit parilla, seeing It rvc'imelnded oi ]s ghly. I I must: y that I was more than pleased with it. 1 I recovered my lealt completely in a sllort 1 tie Itnd tlhilnki I Am in Better Health t lln before I wasn sick. I feel sutle, that thIfs It dclue to llood', Sr..r:tarilla. In the, package of ars;tparilla whet I opencrl It I fIunld a saleple I box tif tlorl' 'ills. I was surprisied and lde. ightell bs lied how well ilth, agre'l with iet. oe greiling anetd i0 sveakoring atftersvird. I have tried ntlay other kinds of pills but Hood's Pills the proftrute evr;ai titlse nowv. I think they i'ae ]tilst wereleriflI. I all ghtdl to recotmlllnend two tucllh gllotl igoprparatl)los as Ifood' S LLS;rs. fesrilltt eel II el's lPills." Mite. ISAIAh 211. Flt-,., t.;atst Mta;chsl tecr, N. II. SHOOD')S I o.1:,S core Constl'aatlon by restoring the peristaltie ct avi,, of the elil l;lllttry canal. "GTI:(': (I1; ,A I.E OF( IEAI, 1I.T4 TI. -Ni tieo i'" I, rle.h cgi. t, tlia' 'apfrsullre oris.f an ord, r ,.f tie aliAtri,', 'tinrt f the county ofI 01. o ca. antl Itiw. as"; 'lsarre. " ate of Montsana noad ion lth,.h ,l0y rf tarool. L10i.1 in th, enh.: t"r .ftt.,.".-tto o,,f A i".. I.,leh, deoao.l, thli, n tlrslsdlll .d Ilminieltator if aid Ptatal,,; ti Will ,-11 at ,i\vne ":", Ito the highest bidller.or Y for a-In, a:nl tvnb,,i to confi' -.atUIn by rad , ditr, eleiifs. oi Or a ,r .r O:istrltlle, ie ,1il.cy oa Atil al the tiglt, tllt,. interest and Sietidoth, and a il h. reit, title rid intursbt thaI lie sail eltto bra, ,, r. ls rali,n of las t or tl'or eo's. oe.lastd .,th,.r tlhau or ii, a,ldltion to that of 5h, said Ali, . Wel-h at tl i tiste of her Ii aib. I is dt,ll .:lthat t .htrltain I.IO eitico or parcel of laud titii teh, ly1ing a d I,(hicg itn the dato couoty o of i etoii andl larke, state of I ontasna, ail bol-ed d toil n loecrb.thd fIllows. i, et" t 1 0 ,t.shnisrei- oil in iliehh hl in Mlauldin it:l tiil tl the rity of I slena. as said lot a t: is !ih ctk tre no 'l,.rol, iiei~(rte:l asld docorlethl a, tleo Illt cf said nll.nlln sldlthlih. in tl, Ii i Ih, l c,fiiC, lf the ioaunty recoril r if said county 0of li.wisaelndt a'k-. 'V l~rssad 5, Lliilit,saotfssls: ('tilt. )eed at OiOvtst!nvo ut pireh'cer bts tir olftro may bI II i ra s a' anu timo fler htli first itbllcataon of hils Itt ce anti t:efore tie making of sale: all bite stil oflere must he in wrlting and left at re thee ollle itf VI. I. Itardinser 52snd 2111 alloy b:o k in tHslena. l.owl tattil Clarke oe t. or , deli.rred to the undlersisnat Inraonallr. or filed In the office of the clerk tir s d court. f Adminitrator of the estate of Alice Welcb, de i, ceased. haOted March I1. 189. laed dealereasel what are otl g. ther but the pw t nice iribes d ail If you do et the gendica (bisc the eyfr woman medicrnes you can dtry tot tey're guaranteed in every ce to PmU .eour., or oou have your money elt. . throughl [ruggict regularly au as tml 1l b tle a and e t t he Lndllo) . U cent and long cstabllshed brites Dr. Pieruc '1odea Medical D 9iovery (the remedy or all diseases aring roln a toripid liver, or impure blood),., 1.00 ebottlo Dr. Pierce's Faovrite Prescriptioin (ho ram edy for woman's chronic weaknesss and ie rangemonts). ....... -$1.00 per bottle. Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellots (the original and best little Liver Pills). 25 cents per vial 24 EDWARDS STREET. Telopkosao 30. W. B. Cook. PMoprietol WANTS-D0 girls for contry. Woman with 1 child for ranch. i girl. general hgusowork, for city 610. 0 woodchppe,. s, Ieplet timber. ll. a cord. 1 waiter girl, Milwaukee howse. Grt. Falls, $23 2 irl. ta.ro place, in Philhpsturg. $0 each. 1 dishwaher for sity. '10 1IET-Cabln. k4 month. 2 furnished rooms for light housekeoping. $10. Brick homes, $10. hioely'furnished room, Partk astsnet 88. SITUATIONS WANTED--FMALE. Advertisement under thu head three times I REU. SITUATION WANTED--BY A WOMAN AS re housekcep'r on a ranch. Address . K., 211 oireoenrige street SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPEIiI ?ntdrm lady cook in camp or hotel; wages S. to .it. Apply cL. C.. Independent. SITUATION WANTFI)-TO WORK BY THE day or hour; wsnhing done at home cheap and good. Call at 3e Water street. SiTUATIONS WANTED-MALIe, Advertioemn Ad smour this neat thrcs times I IIEF. HITUATION WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED Snewspaper man on Montana paper; best of reforences given. Address J. K. e.-, care this office. SITUATION WANTED-AS TEACHER IN t. normal orthith school, academy or college; or position with a corps of civil engineers by a college graduate. Address Io . 1 lLavis, oead vilte, ra. SITUATION WANTED-Y-OUNG MAN 17 . years old wants position at any hind of work. Address E, S., this office. ITUAT'ION WANTED-ENGiNEER, POST ed in electrical and all machinery, wants position. Address P. 0. box 1100 city. HELP WANTED--FEMALE 1. ANTED-LADIEA ; CAN PMtKE 6$2 WEEK ly by doing writing for cu at their homes. Reply with stamped envelope. 'lhe Ware Sis tore Toilet ( o., touth itn . inrd. W.ANTED-LADIES MAKE $20 WiEKLY writing at home for the Glen oilet Co., South Fend, l rd.: no canvassing; reply with ad dressed stamped envelope. HELP O ANTRED--MALE. TANTETD--ONE FIRST-CL AS COAT Smaker; also one first-class barbert good pay; steady job. rm. Handley, Livingston. Mlont. "A ANTED-AN ACTIVE PERSON OF GOOD character, to travel with expenses paid. representing established house; salary .70, with increase; enclose reference and self-ad clressed stamped envelope, ceneral Manager. Lock Drawer i', Chicago. IIOARD AND R(O(M OFFERED. F Olt RENT - PLEASANT FURNISHED Sroom with board at 204 Penton avenne. tan accommodate table boarders. SOR ELtEIT-COMFOIITABLY IURNISHED ooms with board, at 29 N. Benton ave. 'i hree minutes oark frdm Main street. 'OR IIENT--ROOMlS AND BOARBDI 0 . Warren street. corner Sixth ave. l.FOl RENT--FURNISHED ROOMS_ tIN .2 gle or in slits: Homer I leek. W. tiS Spauloing. c OR RENT--5 URNISIED ROOMS PROM I t 5 to $10 per month at 212 North liodney street. bfO IRENT--DWELLINOS. F-OR RENT--FOR LADY AND GENTLE- I man. flat of four nicely furnished rooms I with all modern improvements for housekeep- t ing, from May 1 to Jan. 1, at a bargaic. 415 North Beattie street. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. FtOR RENT-KRANICH'L GROVE-H-ELL . known summer resort, with saloon, dwell ing house, dancing pavilion, bowling alles, and other garden fixzures, for a period of several years. Ernst Kranich, troprietor. F' OR RENT--I11E CAFE IN THE NEW SMerchants hotel building, together with all furniture therein, at a nominal rental to cover cost of fuel and water. Part as intereeted may obtain full particulars at the hotel otfie Mer chantus lotel Co., John Ut. Vawter, tieo. and 'rens. FORI SALB--REAL ESTATE. FOR 8ALE.-100 FEET. COINER BRECKEN ridge and beatteo street, alley in rear; a bar gain. Jnquirh at I15 Llske street. O41r OtALEt-$82.300 Ht)JUBE IOR $1,775t $15 per month or to suit. H. I. lReed & Co. LOt BALE-A SNAP--LOTS 4, 5. 0 AND 7. S block 5, Eat Ielena. for n l5; lots 15, 16, 17 and 18. block 2i6, for $225. Apply to L. U. Blarrett, Last Helen,. W ISCELLANEOUIS. TVANTEI) TO PUICHIIASE-AT ONCE, A brick house of lfv rooms or more, must be cheap asd conveuent to Main Stroeet. Ad dress 1, u. box 553. P AlTIES WISHING THE KEELEY TREAT nment far liquor, opium, morphine. or to tacc habits, please call at or address the Hlel ena office. No. 215 i. Main street, for terms or information M3ONEY T'O LOAN. 10ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY n sind farm property. Wm ceLacy. Eerindv. MiONEY TO L.Vsa-w rA AýMLMR bats u advo. page .l IEDUC(ATIONAL. |,'Ntuil llOI)N'S BUSINEBBN ()LLEGE tPF' I cilnties: -hort hand, typewrlitlng, bookkeep ing, bu.sineoss :rastice. torrospondeneoo solic. iced. II.'1. L Lngelhorn, principl. ,IOJ 'I IIAND-PlRIVATI SCHOOLs MARY sI-. Jackman, Iltum 4t8 l?ailer block. TruiltoUOfHllftn7l) I'OULTIRY. jt ]GIIT 14t,.1HAS. W}Ii'rIl', LEIIHOitNN, I Houdans, Whit-. csee Black Spanilh; stock I frost bst strains on earth; eggs $3 per 1,. 15 per ltl: agent- Nsoslitr incubators, Astdrees Wood slawn I oultry r rds. Helena. Feed buckwheat OýTIO'C; OF PROIiATE OF WILL-IN THE Iietrict court of the 'irst judicial distriot Sof the state of MontUrn, in and for the county I of Lewis slon Clarse. In the mater of the estat' of William (hom u sero. deceased. SVuresunt to an ourter of said reoit, mde on the 17Wth sla of Apsril. 15t., rntie is hereby t given. that .ionlry. the let slay of say, 11.o at q IU, silo-k a. so. sf sald day. at she otseat room of saidl court, at tse coslurt hoslell ini tie county I sit I rwiu aslid (slarks. has ieson apipintel as *t the t:siao and place f".r prorisng sti will of said y Williams.ltiumaser.OI sIoseaseei, and for hrarliti er iii. iiiplii-a'ln s f Mtary i.. I hlumasiro ansI d 'honses, M. rlow fu the issulance to tha of letters teotassientsry. whei and wl re any pireon inserested may appear and contest the sane. I- ID)ted April 17, r183. 13y Ii. 3. ClernY. reputy C crk. eho , ea t. per or. . I Wa. LTER MAx .0 MeON , LOTw IN lVOAD gTs , feDDITION. Sanemlonsr da i On e arnt adom.dit oimrmo 09iirc111 trNek man t at h oe aue aw y t , to It o for the or late, 0 0 on~o u, Sr t.a strlete Slvel t utei addo ates bwok on V.lr tone adon olot l t t er. Pooha; *erso a xedn en , en forho ,e a 8ao sale. t 0 1 WAeeTt MAds e e oOR. --------- - -------'- ---------- LOTd IN 31IOADWATI4t AUDDITION. I have lota for 1al in al prtl~t addition la from res rotw rm. al who toindditln ree two lots on ton avenue o tnioe at 171 sh; a orner on Seosta avenue lOOzxI0 onlya one block rtrm Woo from liepton avenun for $ IOo. 8010 for lot 1 :140 on ninth avenue near also. trline. t for lont l0:1d on Sparta street, level, city water adJacent. 3,RO1 orn the test hblek in Villard addition, oontaIning 16 lot, each 50:10. 2850 for four late in Northern Paofio tirst addition, eaoh lu140. $1,210. sis-rootn honee and IDce level lot, 60u14., -onlt 100 down and rit, a munth. . -eIkO, modern bstek serenitoem. dwelllr, new, ain good lot ao eaat slide, x500 down., NonteM to rent tronm 80 aup burnhe house six rooms on Fifth avenue. 80;: furnlaeedhonue, four rooms, I20.. AH ' L, T WLT-R 1lM AMESNe "oom 1. hold Bloo. -a s IOINTMENT o 8URL TL oth Mininr Ca--In view of the desa.e of this company to avail Itself of the privilege of a law just enacted by the legislature of Montane, whereby apon oo tent of the holder sof two. thirds of the stok, this company may make its stock asaeserable, It is asked of owners of sook of this company who may have certificates in the name of others than themeelve to send them to the office for transfer, in order to establish proper ownership. . M. ".UMBEY, President I A ESSMENT NO(IICE-THE LEO MININt t -ad Millinl Company of Montana, works e1 located three and a halt ilos from butto, ilt- V ver Bow county, Mont.--Notie is herqby given that at a meeting of the trustees of said company held on the Rd day of 'April, 1809, an ussesment a of 4 coent per share was levied upon the capital stock of aid company payable on the 12th day a of May. 1889 to John 1'. Meyer, secretary of g said company at the office of the Leo Pining and Millno comoany of Montana, Room No. 410 Commercial :uiiding, St. Louis, (wo. Any J stock upon which said assesment shall remain a onpaid on the 17th day of May, 1892. shall be d.omed delinouent, and wilt be duty advertierd for ~ale st public auction and unlaess pament be a mod before, will be sold on the 12th day of r June, 111n. to par the delinquent assessment to- a Qether with the costs of advertising and expenses a of sale. JOHN P. MEYER, Secretary of said Company. Room No 410 Commercial building, lSt. Louis, Mo., office of said company. PllOPO-SAL BOR MILITARY SUPPLIES.- Ofice of Chief Quartermaster, Department of Dakota, Saint Paul, Minn., April 15, 1813. b',ALiD PROPOIALi, in triplicate, will he locelvod at this office, or at the following named posts. and at Helena. Mont., until 11 o'clock a. m. on May 15, 192B., and opened then, for fur nishing and delivery of esuch WOOD. stAL and MHARt~O +L durint the fl.ral year commencing I Ju.ly . 189, as may be required at St. Paul, Min noapols, Dulnuth and Fort khelling. Minn.; tis muarck. Grand Forks and korte Buford, Pem biena and sates. nD.: Brookings and Forts Me.do, ully and Siseeton Agenoy. S. D.; Hel ens. Deer Lodge, and Forts Assinnitbone. t:us ter, Keogh, Missoulsa Camps Poplar iver and Merritt, Mont.: Fort dellowstone, Wyo., and iioux City, lowa. Blank forms of dropo sals. with full instructions to bidders, will be fur niLhed on application to this office. or to the Quartermasters at the various Pointa named. 1 JOHN V. DURIEY, i Quartermaster, U. I. Army, Chief Quarter- 1 master. t SHEIIFF'S SAL.-T. H. CLEWELL AND V. T SC. l'inda, executors of the estate of Deborah M. Hoit, deceased, plaintiffs, vs. Andrew J. Kelly, Lydia Kelly and A. P. Dodge & to., de fendants. Under and by virtue of an order of raleand de cren of foreclosure and sale isnued 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 7th day of April, A. D. 1893, in the above entitled action, wherein 'J. H. Clewell and V. t'. Lindeu. executors of the estate of eeborah M. Hoyt, and Andrew JI. Kelly, defendant, the above named laintiffs obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosenr andl sa!e sainst Andrew J. Kelly, Lydia Kelly and A. P. Dodge & Co., snd the said Andrew J. Kelly against his co defendants, A. P. Dodge & t o.. defendants, on the 7th day of April, A. D. 1898, for the sum of $3,5716.9, besides interest, costs and at torney's fees, which said decree was on the 7th day of April. . D. 189pR, recorded in judg ment book No. "H." of said court at i'ge-. 1 am commanded to sell all that certain lot. piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and be inc in the county of Lewis and Clarke. Stata of Montana. and hounded and described ua fol lows. to-wit: Tbe west half (14 of northeast quarter (3) of section numsey thirty-three (&8), township elsven (11), north of range three (1) west, of the principal meridian of Montana containing eighty (81) acres of laud according to United btates government survey; also all water, water right., ditches, appropriations, franchisee and privileges, upon, leading to or connected with or nesually had and enjoyed in connection with said describtb premises and each and every part and trcel thereof. Together with all and singular the tenements. heretlitaments and appurtenances thereunto be lonuing or in anywise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that on Monday. the oIst sisy of May. A. D. 1891 at 12 o'elock m. of that day at the frontdoor of the courthouse. Helena. Lewis and Clarke county. Montana. I will, in obedience to said order of iatl and decree of forecloosure and salo, seIl the abovedeecribed prciperty, or si, much thereof as may be necesary to rsatiFty msaid judgment with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand. Given under my hand this 10th day of April, A.D. 188. CHA.LDS D. CURTIS, Sheriff. By Vngn E. lioes, Under Sheriff. SHERIFF'S &ALF.-THE ''HOMAS CRUWIJ Favingu Bank. plaintiff, vS. hareh F. Gutlh ria. Wllliam tiUuthrio end Thomas Travis. dS fendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale anl decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. oin the 17th day of harch. A. D. 18893, in the sove entitled action, whcrein Tie Thomas truse Savings Peank, the above named piaintiffs. obtained a judgment and decree of fereclocuro and sale againrt tiarah . Guthrie, William Guthrie and Thomas Travis. defend. ants, on the 8th day of lIecembe, A. D. 1888. for the scm of $0.610.40. besides interest. costa aoi attorney's fee, which said deerse was on the 8th day of 1)r1ombe- A. ). 1891. recorded in jIudg ment book No. 'RH" of said court. at page 2t, I am commanded to sell all theose certain lots, tices or parcels of land, situate. lying and being inthe county of Lewis anti Ctlarke. state of Montana, and bounded anddeseribed as follows, to wit: Lot number fifteen i() in block number five hundred adl sixty IntO) of the original tuwnsite tf thl city of Helena. Montana, being sixty Sthree and one-half (11t1) feet front on npencer street. commencing a(tie southern boundary line of said He;euatowriate., running nort., sixtl ti ro and one-half (8814) feelost: thence uone hun dred (tI00 feet t., boundary line again: ih nce wealst ooe hundred and sixteen and sight-tenths (I68-IO) foet to starting point. And lO that certain parcel os land fronting on Davis and i tSpencerstreets, elev,.n and one-half (1141 feet Iwide and yIrag next end adsoinlng on the north st ide of said lot number fiteen (IP). Alto lot number eightWn ,18) in bloo noamberone (1it) Joe eph Cox additlun to th caty of Jaeaa, as arid Slot and b.ck are numbered, designated and de it srribeCI open the official pIlat of sid addition on file in the office of thie comty rerorder of lewis and Clarke eounty, in which the said premises are situated. o'li.aether with all sad elngter the tenaements, n ereitameneta and appurtesnancs thereunto be D r loo ic or n anyywJe aDp "tafnlel. S Puhblic notice is herebyaiven that o r Therday, athe 2 t' day of upptl. A. D.I 18. at l2 o'clock m . of that day, at the front door of the court y house, Helena, win and Clarke county. Mon. t tana, will, in obdlenoe to said order of is s aov res of foreelnoeuM and el., .ellt the t a dprrtm. peoperty, oa so much thsreof of wi . lot ad h• bni an biddier.,or cash is a nn (ilven edner my hand this 17th day of Mauch, h i. 1891. l HARMS D. CUtTI.S bheitfL 3e. M Hosa, Under skeffn ote rs . boad of st .pomno mo r o a 's h onnd theetetweo l~wr .n Me the. pon, if~ e l e. l eseO8l9 to oom n a if }air esta or in h pri onw tO a wsdor oad M a ondateo of e Iob b o Th propo mt onlot to th peviion f the .tutenow in o Inrlatloto the care . eepi i of eon.te, the "OIifs and embelatrons for the ovf miment of the Mon. pentate Pison" and the provsl ons of ths i Ine of the tonditio, oft .i b bid mout be to wi.efwict t fote bidder - damee ntb dhtand medi edsa aineael r bend a d m t . a spi~t l enotndI otlte boa di a cetat epset U orn tr theon. er. ms st £i d . bron rom the lir coerti smof the rtyAts not.win 870 .drelar~t toe ther wint ininregL .threo at n tf te. p r~n, tahenre of t e anm o o n h asoet ,e.ulatins foinin eoO rmetof thet Mon . Srelopu nd o l 6 1d to itd the en The hoard peser r o o h te thto n amis te a Id sPoent othe mndiao nteromf Ja bjo the state r eson, and to renect any e l ando dembers of the Boabrd of itat Prison Commie. So er aer ~D U nS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT O0 the First judicial district of th state or ontana, in and for the count oh a ne ar n tL Clarke. Abner i. Clements, plaintiff, vs. i. W. Mo dbff. defendaset ' The statne or Montaun end s retilnto th above named deferndant: tou are hereby ereired to ppeh Inoan action brougbt gaint youb the eoore amed pflan. ti in thedistrict oourt o the iret Judicial de . triot of thestate of Montnas in and for thea county of Lewiaand Clarke. and to answer the coprisant iled therein, within tan days (embsive of the day of service) arter the servie on ion of this summons, if served within thon count;t or, f served ount of this eosnty but within this dietrict, within twent, days: other wise within forty days, or ladgment by default will he takon enlst yen, accotding to the prater of said complaint . t o the "hu sar aohrbn is broueht to eretoer the um of thlrt-fvte and t-1he dollars. togn ther with interest threon at the rate of ten per cent per snnum from leb. 16. 1892, said sum heing e pu m an aecount for money loaened to the aid orelndant at defendant's , peial instancs and request on Feb. it. 1892: also to recover the sum of two hundrd and thirty-two dollars, to gether with intereit thereon at the rate of tea per rent her annum from July i, 1d89m the same ellg due upon an gaeo nt for money loangd on July 11. 1a2. to the raid defendant at, defend ants special intancea and request, and for rots of suit. And you are hreb notified that if ion fail to dappeur and answer the said complaint, ane aove required. tle eaid plaintiff will take jodsment sainst you for the sum of de2a'7.pe, interest se anoresaid` and eosts iven under my hand and the srteal of the di. trit coert thereo a trt of tehe i t distrcto t state of Montana. in and 8 or the ,t----'-ss e county of Lewis and Clarke. eal First this 11th day of March, in the And. Dit. r yasr otofnr Lore one thousatd r Court. J sight hundred and ninet.thrent agains y fr JOHN BE7AN. Clerk. .r O ý. counAt, Deputy Clerk. mo5sna 1ullard, Attorney for Plaintiff. PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES AND ] TRANSPORTATION. TPARTMENTOF THE INTERIOR,IOFFICE 1 of Indian Affairs, Washington, April 10. 1891.-Sealed proposals, indorsd "k'ropnsals for t ooeet. (bids for Beef mdst bo submitted in sep- b Crate envelopes), . Bacon, lour. Llothing, oC b transportation, etc.," (as the Crae may be). and directed to the Ccmmtiesiooer ot Indinn ffaIirs, a Non 65 and 01 Wooster street, New York, will be received until 1 p. m. of Tuesday. Iuay 1. 1891. for furnishing tor the Indian service about 070,00 pounds bacou. 90.000,000 pounds Loest on the boof, 0.000,000 pounds net leet, 980;000 pounds Beans., 70,00 pounds Baking Powder. 2.400.000 pounds Corn. 485,000 pounds tales, 9,000.000 pounds Flour, 115,000 pounds I ed, 90.000 pounds Hard Bread. 10.000 pounds Hlom. iny. 40,001 pounds Lardl,140 barrels Mess Pork, '2.000 pounds ltolled Oats, 900.000 pounds (tats, 85,000 pounds Iice, 22,00) pounds Tea. 145.0'1 pounds Coarse halr. 15.e000 pounds hus Calt 820.000 pounds Soap. 1,000,000 pounds Sugar. and 1-0,040 pounds Wheat. Also !lankets, Woolen and Cotton (oods I (consisting in part of 'licking. 17.000 yards( otandard ('alieo. 70,0s yards: Drilling. 17,000 yards: D)uck, free from all sizln. 28.000 yards; D)enims, 18,000 yards; (.inghem 000.000 yards: iKntucay Jeans, 10.000 yard:u Cheviot. 28L000 yards: lrwn 1 heeting _70 000 yards: Bleached heeting. 2o,00n yards: hickory nhirtine 20.00 I yards; t aco Shirti, 9,000 yards) t othin, troceries. Notions. lardware. Medl.al pplie s. echnoi I oks, ete., end a long list oi miscedan- 1 eons articles, such as tariese. Plows. Rakr lorks, etc., and for sbul.t 640 wagons required h for the service, to be delivered at Chicago. KRn sas City and ioe x City. Also for such Wabous as may be required. adapted to the climate ofat the Pacific Coot, with California brakes, deliv ered at tan Francisco. Also transportation foe such of the articles, go d,, and supplies that umay not be contracted for tobe delivered at the Agenciee. BID5 KUST BE MAD0 OUT ON GOVZM0IER NT BLANI5. schedules showing the kinds and quantities of subsistence uppllles required for each Agency nd School and the kinds and quantities in gross. of all other roods and articles, together with blank proposals corditione to be observed by bidders, tino and place of deslivery, terms of contract end payment. transporltatlcn routes, and all other necessary instructions. will be furnishetd upon application to the Indian CfRcSe in t achington. or 'os. i5 and 07' Wooster street, hew Cork; the Commissaries qf Snbeiatonos U. n. A., at o heyenne, Chicao. oavenworth, Omaha. Saint Louis, aint Paul an nd ia Fran cisao: the 'ostmesters at boor City, lows: Yankton, B Dakota; Arkansas City, Caldwoll Topeka and 'Wichita, Kansas, and Tucson, Ar sone. 'lh right is reerved by the government to re ject any and all bids, or any part of any bid, nd tlse proposals are invited under proviso that appropriation shll be made for the supplies Bidcenc wil ,opned at the hour and day above tttesi and bidders are invited to be proseat at the opening. All btds mIstl be accompanied by' certified ohoeo hor'(afts upon orpe usnitd tae De-f put hy atieonal lark Baank of w Yrk I the mut hatLonal hank of lander. Wyo. or te a First National auk of tan 2, esneicO. Cal.. for at leait five per cept of the amount of the pro p R. V. BELT, Actiug Commissionaer. Spokane Falls & Northerln Railway to DAILT EXCUPT SUNDAY. d 7:00 A .,. Leave .... Spokane ...Arrive, I5l0hI1 d Commencing March 27, passen n gers leaving Spokane on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays coanect same afternoon at Northport with Steamer for Trail Creek, Robeson, NelsOn, Balfour, Pilot Bay. Aims worth, Kaslo and Slocan, and Pas. s sengers arriving Irom the north on s those days go directly through to t Spokane, arriving at 6:60 p. nm. SDaily service via this line will commence about April 10, when ' passengers will go through the same day. M ONTANA MARBLt WOR.K8 vse. rte Psleoo, l.er. Mnd Trd Lower Main street, Helena, 8TOtKiHOLp fl' MUE -TRh ANHUA! to c.1 r.t, the 1 tcO th -qh H11 m.h t. I en a sue ant e Tdaoi n f Y 1T ay Aunora b ltn, s u rt Ao o p thee a ity ar t ie ilea.of hoard of HelenaM ttºAr 9. 1nn8e he ser.id o time frterm ilsling Ma bod of the pot od o timeterminting ay 1, 8941 boatd of prisonere to be dellvered when .q at the o( jai in the dtg of Helena, PaIa should boasedted, mn eke "Propo 0 l F -. o and left with b. ciity otterkat ottie in the ott hal, between now and noon of te da foresaid. ho bids received after 12 4floek, t v r-erye. right to reject lany and a1bids R hpotlase s .given puaeuonst to order of the coaitl Oleik. Dated April 19. 198. . ALMINIBTRATOR'9 BALEt,--NTIOCE I hereby gven that in o.rmuanaoc o an order of tiO district ourt of the flist judiloil district of th elate of Montena, is and fd the .cuntt of Lwwe and Cise ", md on the lth day of April. 1891 in the moti of the estate at Patrick P aower, icesd tio underi.ned admin istrator of the estate a the said etoednut will eln at public auction to the highest bdder for cash. lawful moay of the imoited blatee. on kturday, the 29th flay of April 1i889 eommencino at 10 o'clock a. . of s ai athe) iereetienee qf the said deo. d hent in the Priokll Pear valley, about eisht miles northeast ot the oitr of Helens, in eaid county, the following personal property, to wits One bed, one lounge, one uarpet, one niige sew lag machine, two cooking ranlges,. two bsating stores, one mowing machline, one rake, one plow. one three-inoch behuttler wason, one three and one-quarter Pain wagon, tool, Pews, bellows. $o, In blacksmith sho, one sat of exoress har ness, two sets of work harness, fifty chlokens Ihree ducks, one two-seat light wagon, ones phaeton, one shovel plow, one cultivator. 1.5U0 pounds of oats, 1.500 pounds of wheat, six tons of 0ood hey, forty-four tone of cow hay, one bull, three rows with calvre three heifers. two milch cows, one stallion, four brood mares, two colts, three work horses, onesiding. WM. MUTH, Administrator of the estate of Patrick Power, deceased. Dated April 18,1898. HERIFF' BALE.-T. H. OLEWELL AND t V. C. inds, executors of the estate of De borah M. I oyt, deceased, plaintiffs. vs. Mary oc ervly, administratrix of the estate of Mary v. MoEvily, deceased, and James Mohvily. defend ante. Under and by virtue of an order of sale anl decree of foreo!oaure and sale issued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. on the 1lth day of April. A. D. Ib9b, in the above entitled action, wherein T. H. Clewell and V. C. Iinda, as executors of the estate of Deborah M. Hoyt. lderesed, the above named plaintiffs, obtained a judglment and de cree of foreclosure and sale alasnet Mary ?Il vily as admusistratrix of the e:state of Mary A. Movily, deceased, ani James MoEvily. defend ante, on the 18th dayof Ap]i, A. D. 18931. for the sum of S2,657.20. besides interest, costs and attorney's fees, which said decree was on the 18th day of April, A. D. 1893. recorded in judg ment book No. "'" of said court, at pa --, 1 am commanded to sell all those certain lots. pieces or parcels of land, situate. lying and being in the county of .Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded anddesecrbed as follows, to wit: Lots numbered seven (7), eight (8)and tn (10) in block numbered thirty-one (81) of the Helena townsite. as marked. numbered andt designated on the official plat of the city of Helena on file in the office of the county recorder of said Lewlis and Clarke county. elate of Montana. Together with all and singular the tenements, hertditaments and appurtenances thereunto be. long'n.c or in anywise atp'rtalnlng. Public notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 9th day of suus. A. D. 183. at 11 o'clock m. of that day, at thefrontdoor of the court house Heolena Lewis and Clarke county, Mon tana, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment. with interest and costa, to the highest and beet bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand this' 18th day of April, A. 1.. 189. CHARLES D. CURTIS, Sheriff. By F. E. Hose4 Under Sheriff. HERIFF'S BALE.-JOHN H. SHOBEI. Splaintiff, vs. HenryH. uthrie, Charlie A. Outhrie, The Silver Bow National Bank of Hutte ( ity W. H. Archer. Florence Philbrick, )ranklin MoVcach, Julius B. H. Coon. H. L. Luke, Ihe Thomas Cruse bavings Bank. S. Mer cheseau and Pi Valiton. delendants. Under and by virtue of an order and de cree of foreclosure. and sale issued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the stole of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. on the 18 It day of April. A. D. 1819, inthe above entitled action, wherein John tl. bhotior. the above named plalntiff, and the defendants, 'iThe '1 homa, Cruse -avings flank. H. L. Luke and the nilver Bow National Bank of Butte City obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale arainsa Henry B. tuthrie anil Charlie A. Guthrie. defendants, on the 7th day of April, A. D. 1898. forthe followinl sums. to wit: The sum of six thousand nine hundred and sixty-six seventy-five-hundredtha dollars ( 6t,tkt.75t and the further sum of two hundred dollars $i200) attorneys' fees in favor of John H. Shober, the above named plaintiff: the sum of two thousand nine hundred san sixty-four, flve.bhundredths dollars (ti.810.05) together with one hundred dollars attorreys' fees in favor of the said 'lT.he Thomas t ruse Savings Bank, one of said defendants: the sum of fifteen hun dred and one, seventeen-bundr~dths dollars ($L501.17), together with one hundred dollars attorneys fees, in favor of H. L. Luke, one of said defendants; and the sum of twenty-one hundred and nine, twenty-hundredths dollars ($.109.20 in favor of the said 'l he Silver lBow Iational Sank of Butte City; together with the plaiutiff's end defendants' costs and disburse monte, which said judgment and decree was duly fll d for record on the 7th day of April. 1891. and recorded in judgment book I of said court at pade 69i. 1 am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces, or parcele of land situate, ly ing and being in the county of Lewis and ('ilarks, state of Montana, and hounded and described as follows, to wit; The north half of the northeast quarter and the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of sectionnumbered twenty-four (24). township ten (10) north of rangethree (8) a9et of MIon tana meridian, county of Lewis and Clarke. state of d.ontana. containing one hundred and twenty acres. Lots numbered twr.nty-vfie (25) and twenty-six (26) in block numbered filfty-five (15) of the original toansite of Helena, Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, each of said lots be ile forty-two feet on Howis street and extend ing bck to lotnumbsred thirty-four (8lt and thirty-five (35) in said block numbered fifty-five (55). Also a portion of said lots numbered thirty-four (14) and thirty five (85), paitlsoulaly bounded and de scribed as rollows, to wit: I eginning at the southwo.t corner of lot numbered twenty five (25) in said bhlock numbered fifty-five (55). and running ttenos westorly upon the south line of lot numbered twenty-five (25) extending in a straight line to an alley in said block; thence northerly slong said alley to a point where thenorth tin of lot numbere.l twenty five (25) in aid block, if extended in a straight line, would Intersect the easterly line of said alley: thence easterly to the northeast corner of said lot numbered twenty-six 16ht thence south erly eighty-four 181) feet to the place of begin nitg; alt of said lots, pieces or parcels of land boi. bounded u follows to wit: On the north side by lot numbered twenty-seven (27) and a fractional portion of lot numbered thirty-five (851): onthoeeat side by Bowie streett on the aoutherly side by lot numbered twenty-four (241 end a fractional portion of lot numbered thirty f.ur (at); on the westerly side by an allay sel teen and one-half feet wide in said block, a all of said lo:s anti blocks are ,"mbr, d, deslg nated and describhd upon the oficial plat of ld towneite on file in the officre of the county clerk and recorder oy Lewis and Clarke county, Mon itana Also lots onmbered one (1) and two frac tions of lot nunmbered two (2). and fractions of lots numbered twenty-four (24). twenty-five (I5), twent,.-sven (217) and titrty-live (11) in block three htndred end ninety-five (895) in the lty of Helens. Lewis and 'larko county, atats of Mattna., nnd raid 'roperty beIng sixty-two (I18 feot front tn 'larke ,treat and one hundred Sant sixty-five (101) feet deeur, and being all of I the pretnises and retl property owned br said I dtfendnts liesnry t. t nthri e eanti Ctarle A. tinthrie in asid bit o. numbered three hunndred anti nioety-fivre (89t,1. Public notice is hereby given that on Tues day, the 9 h day of , AaA. D. 18889 at -1Lo o'ock m. of thaI day, at the frent door of the court house, Hlesns, Lewlis nd Clarke conn ty. Montana, I will in obedience to said order ) 'of tale anddecse of foreclosure and p ell the above described property. or so muc ther. of as may be neesary o atlsy said jo asont 1 wth interest eand eito, to the highetand bees Guiven under my hand 4his 18th day of April, A. 1.. 189F. CHABISw D. CURTIS, S By /.nra IL hose Uder SheniZ.'