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ROWDYISM IN CRICAGO.
the Wife of the Cowboy Evangelist =As aantted by Houdlums. Many Helena people will recall Jostln iRiae, the cowboy preacher, and his pretty little wife, who a year ago held open air meetinag at the head of Main street, and invited sinners to repentance with various degree of aeucess and failure. Just now they are working in Chicano and, judglna from the reports received, have entered upon a fruitful field. The Chicago tecord of Monday last contained the following: "Mrs. Emma Rlice, wife of the owboy preacher. Jastin Rice, was again subjected to abuae and made a target for rotten ep pies. tomatoes and various other articles while conductlng yesterday her customary tSunday afternoon gospel meetlng at the corner of Madison and Peoria streets. ' he oenes of the nigabht before. in which the evangelist was abused, resulted in gather ing nearly 500 at the meeting yesterday afternoon. When Mrs. Rice monated her itand she appeared to be very nervous anod agitated. Shbe had hardly begun preaching when a rotten apple struck the stand. 'I'bi was the signal for a general shower of de cryed futt end vecetables. Mrs, Riots stood her ground, however, and when the bombardment had ceased she said: 'You are a crowd at oowards and robbers; you robbed me last night and 1 defy you to do your worst this afternoon.' This little ad dress only seemed to incense the crowd the more and again she was made the tar get. 'If you cannot behave like gentlemen and let me conduct my meeting I shall call for police protection, which is much against m" will,' she said. "Some one of her friends had, in the meantime, telephoned to the I)esplaines tteest station and asked that officer' be at once sent to the scene of the disturbance. serceant Lee, with ten offlcers, was de Sniled to go to the meeting and disperse the crowd if necessary. When they arrived there the threatening appearance and ac tions of the turbulent gathering caused Sergeant Leo to order his men to disre s. 1t. The peop:e were drive in nall direc tions, and but little trouble was exper 'enoed in getting them away until Ollicers McGrath and Hooper oame 0n on John C. M.iller, who said that he was on a I ublio tbo oughtere and defied any officer to make h'm move on. When he refused to obey the offieers placed him under arrest and locked him up at the Desplaineess street sta tion. "While the officers were dispersing the ecowd Mrs. Rice again mounted her stnod and began to preach, and conoluded her germon without being tofu ther molested. John Miller will be arraigned before Jos Jiae Doyle this morning to answer to a charge of disorderly conduct. After the crowd had gone away and quiet was again restored Mrs. Rice was surrounded by her numer ogs followers who loudly applauded he- actions in denouncing the crowd. 'Yes. 'ltnve had quite a hard time of it lately,' she said, 'Last night when these robbers mnd loafers began abusing me I appealed to them to desist, as I ant not very strong ant. mannot stand much of a strain. They acted ike a lot of demons, and I surely thought hey would carry out their their threat to lypch me, but I suppose that when they mtw me lying upon the ground in a faint heir bravado left them. Tl.tey were about to pursue the same tactics this afto:noon, And I believe that if the police had not ap esa ed they would have handled me roughly. No, I will not stop preaching at this corner. They will have to kill me first.' "Justin Rice, the cowboy r reacher, was not around yesterday afternoon, and his wife explained his absence by stating that he was preaching elsewhere in the city. Inlspector L wis said that at no time have either Mr. or Mrs. Rice asked him for pro' tection." bhe Record of a few days later says: "Justin Rice, the oowboy prencher, and tiie wife, Margaret Rice, were a' reigned in Justice Doyle's court yesterday nmorning charged with holding religions arrvices at Madison and Peoria streets Monday cight. The officers said that Mr-. Ritce disobeyed their or:lers and defied them to arrest her. This she denied, Justice Doyle lined her $25 and costs and orde ed her comnmittid ac the lbidewoll. Later she promised to opey officers in the future and was released under a suspended fine." 'Por the credit of Helena be it snid that ao matter what success theo met wilh the owboy p eacher and his wife were allowed to talk as long as they pleased and when ever they wished, without being molested, . even taunted. The discount v!e at The Ieo ihive thin wooeek is "asham. Lmt is a general redurcion of every thina in the hones of 10 per centt. All coode are arked at our regular prlo, in plain ligcros. from whi ha discount of lto por cent is allowed to every purchaser. .,Laby carriages in all etyles and ciaslitio comen rnder the general discounlt at Ihe lioe !liv this *;e.k. TOTIC.': TO) C -OWNEJiS.--tO J. II. SIN clair. his heirs, executors. atministrato-s sUd assigne: tor are hereby notitied that I. 1, isk J. Shaffer. yonr c-owner, have, in accordanco writh rvcl(ionrn '-..21 of the Ilkrrvrd statutes of the Lnitrd r ates. expended in labor and improvements a.on the I eodrr qnartz lode mining rl:iim, i t ..ted in crstch lrzrvel (enorg.rrieid, lining rIatriet. in the Cnty of I wle ands ( I lirri:. iStst of &Montana, the saim of on, hulnred lrbt,,o di lirs for the purtso o if he dint :rmi repro Sntitti e :raid Cltimt accor'irg to iaw frrr rlhe yrenr, at.ne litrloe aeroiilrntuIg ro r,5 for(-:e l . - ,ri ', rr tihe underleneI1 at i:e onir. iu 11 I county of i ecis a-nl lalke. unito of .,lnritna witi.n -inrty (:n y lae a.f'rr the a ,rrr , of t.i .otice by purlieralion. ior inn ri-t iu rioil l,, ar 'r i',rtz hito rlining ,t ':nrwlrt I for-i ' feited and trrcn,, '. rrle ','oi ,ert, frithe it, r ,(igned. as rtrovidred by riald set'lion '.,92i ofI 'r,. vised 'tatutes of the UnDted tt",' 1:ntld !'olena, Mont., Aug . 1 5; I:',r. IAn lt Mt 113101yr-iN till II t:Cir1i('li N elrrl of I r,rnat:,weii. rlcirniy elt , mwie Bind ( lnrkos. trante of rlontaa, bft.;r A. ('. Vo thw. JUctroe of the I onen hl Culver en d - t i'('onnetll, ,'airtiffs. v'. ioter i :vie. ir, ,frndant. II a at i. rt M rntana to the above ratned dn fendntlt. yrerttint: lonl ate lhroi.y umllnl oncd t., br anlll anl,oa,r Iso.rro mir,. I. V(. Ytaw. a rustice .f tii,. Ira, e i and for trio cournty iof Loti- ion I larkr'. at r lIy Ofiic in tlr-iens. within ten ( i, drry aft',r t! i eonmile iti, of tire nblincr:ion of thin rulmlon, . , to-Wit: After Sno*. 15, ihi::t. d l.en and theor to rakre an p. or to tit.r onlr dairnt oif tinh nbve uioain,,.i ,nllnrrr tiffl, s inrt vil r on tor, t'(r,,ir in o rtn ,f i,,"r, loin trn1 l ri:d a x and ;ts-IV!i , : '; 2 i dollar, fr ' riork and -s rvirr, I wn ling erS fI',r:I th;' :l i",,i - ota minei to IrreI' L ry conilr.r ntr rtr ill ,i , Ir ier'l rounty, Iuointn:, f,.r , fendant i t hiti r ilt nti iltsaneo trid irlqrllrtR, dilrinrl.r;r i lrirrririr n:y 24. 169li, ntrd rn detaul'_ ti r er,,f Jurlegn rort r II bI renderr o attelnt lois . l'iter bair it, aih Itbvo anulrlll deflrnlint, for tr r, l rlll of two hlnlrodI andl e;x lltn 2,-1t0 dollarsr and costs it, this be inir rion der rny hand tl.in Iill day ,f Ageatot _. P. ILUY . t. ". \(I '.ý,W S tJ uttt ic - ttf i t, i ' ia e . A L,1-A. h, 1hDI. ,, I 1 1:. .J I .111 1,' Scourtif irftL-l tSwi:he i rr ,.,:rr, ty of I crwi and (lark,. c'atr- r, ofl tlrntir.r beof.,r,A. (' Vo i A. a A, .. e: . I It.. . Ir'.O r P'avis, lieo l r rta ,f l,ntanl it tl., l ao o r arnill dro fntaurl i. nire, ii.,.: 1 in f .r ,' Ir,,, plly tlll. l n,.l t,, ,,. oil aDyr, r Lo for'n ,r , A1. r . i\l iaw r'i r r iC,"ifl rl(ri. -.. fl for rt, un tI li r I i ,n-amlin nit i ro '. it', " I ia, i ( li ae e, w5 'lune L' ,, ,Ili r. ,at n e, , oii lion of II, t pre. trtretior oi thi- trxlrtn.' I,.-wil: .tt'n t l. i rli . 'rl; n I , rlb trr i an , t', trti r rto. , ri en,"r-to it,tir.r,,htnl. i rf tti.r'atrrariarrr tvintu tilt, i, e, i,-itd, t o. t,, re crrer i i,. iii if t.no o etr, i on'rlrat fit r d"lm,iac n a t t i , .o -,I vi. ch'r, rwd in defut;ir thereof, jll gni tit r;viii h, r nd,'rr'ld tanl llt i o u. L'citer I ri li. the r.l.,,.r Saunerl dtfenda .t, ,tr the suirn rrt t ,iro iiilrrr rni, rrill inl ancr 2',-l';0dlollar- andcrits in lil,- Lui.;,llf er-prn,:ed (inev'- under ryn handi t!.is It dtay of Aa ll, t, A. 1), 1- . A. I 'l l i%. Juirti'L"e tof t!I, i'rac.,. NOTI('E '10 (CEItItT(Itlt--iN TIfE DIRi trict court u th'. l-irt jndi.inl ritt-i':t ef ti.le state sl Mnseana. r, and fr tho run'y it I awie arnd (lln., t ,y In tie nllttor of the e 0ats of Ilrihla I'arcnt, deeeauiud. Notice is hereby giirvr bl the underrnii ntd. arl rnihi atr rr of :.t o r ota o ,f 1 i t, o' lra- I - tnt, deceard, no tile cerrdl or. , acili all lrmeons Il vin: c.aim igrrent iit r.lt orteataed. tIo f'.,l it thien, wlihii tit neesioaly Viech.r, w thin folrr ,iontis after tihe t ir.. I ,i. lirat.ron of tIrr* Irrtrstotte ai ia rtlllrr.,tratol a' tire luw oil ce of M-.srtna t ul c re, ttrr,,tr ,. irtu I.lock. in the cit , f l '-",;t' . cout,rtr '.f I win and Iarke. sltate r f tMontana. hr rlmi be n thtlae or the plteforht rtllo n easfr'ttr of ',,lli Se,a of0i san state in said county of i ewu alld Clarke. EIrOUAt[I, i P.'t:tI'r.T. Administrator of the etinto of LElido I'arcnt. at.ed July 2l, lilYl. THIU M&RKET&. ltrw Tonu, Aua. 18.-Bar alvesn I ('opper-Etedr: lake, 9.13. I Ind-Quiet; ,.omeetit $98374. iMarket. for seourities were ottremeli dill azain to-day; sales of stocks rooted up 92.896 shares and trading Ir ountside account war prolabla lighter than aon any previous thr for weeks and muinthl pa.t. rlse than htalt a doaen 2 stocks showed important fluotuatione, and in these instances movements wore most erratie. SUeeral Electriodroppe i 1% to I81. roe to S9'. I roke to a71i, rallied to 8914 and closed at 8%e. Manhattan showed a not lose of 8 per cent and Lake Shore and Northwestern about 1 per oynt each, while Distillers vaiued I and Lacka. -wunna and lock Island 1O1. tovernmente-hirm. l etrelum--lliahort Septembr. 5041059o. t'losing (:losine U. t. 4c rag.......11114 Northern Pacific. 14 I1'. 4. 4 Coup .....ll11 N.P. ot..........17 tF. 4r s ro .. . . t5 Northwesern ....... 012 l'aelno es......... 10 N .W. prf........ 12054 Atchison........... 144 N. . t entrt..... 915 SAm erican Np....102 Oregon Nar....... 80 I Canada iostfis.... 71 Oregon mp....... 9 'nnada tLouth..... 41 Ogn Short Line... 7 'oentral lnacifl. .. 16 Pacific Mail..l..... t C rington ....... Pullman, ......... Chicago Gas ...... I d ........ ii Cottou (Oi.. ........ 2854 Terminal . ... . 114 lac.SawtnnA...... 131 I,. (i. WeVtern.... 15 1). A It. ,i. praf... 28"4 I. 1. W. rot.... . 3 D ..till er.......... i R toi oie..... 6l. (treat Norlther...1001j Rook sla.nd....... 5te 4 llinois t entral... b04 t. Paul........... 51D Kena 'teX.. r 15!4 St. P. i: Omaha... 27 Lake hore........112 e .............. 711 ead rust...... 2 'e lPacific ...... 51 L'vle A Nash h.... 5Rn'i Unlon Paoific..... 19 i iich. Central... 771.4 bargo inp........125 Missenurit Pacific.. 20!4 i. t. It xp......4 4t1 Natl ordsae . .. 8e4 Western Union2.... 75% Nat ordao fd.. 25 Linseed ....... 15 Aorth American... 414 Electric........... 1814 *1'x div. Mloney on call easy;: closed offerel at 8 per rcent. rrine mercantile paper tlt12 per cent. Aterl or e Wchanno firm, with bankers' bills at .+4.8ItrO.83 for sixty-da billa and $i1. BOrs ,4 b7 for demand. tt1i('AGO IIVt STOCK. (tneconx. Agt. 18.--Cattle-laeceiptr . .1500 head: market sloaw nd 10l lower; beet natives offered. S4.l7$t4,0 ; good to choice, I4.254I4.70; etlhers. $2.480@.Kt; lexanes. $.252.75; westernse., $2.;7Oo4.lO. ilogs--toreipts :OLlOJ head: market closed 15f.2tc lower; clocit. prices" common rough heavy, $4.2..n4,41; go od ipacking. $l.75ti4.l0; tirime heavy, t5 UOL5.1o; butohere'. *5.10015.25: - light. $3..2 5.75. heop-heceipta. 5.000 head; market steady; I nativ a. S- .;75t4.00; westerns. $2.80(8.501 Tex ans, $.60cgSL 00. CIIICA(tO PRODUCII. a tutCAnO. Aug. 18.-Wheat-ISteady; cash, 6030; r fepyt embor, t.tOafi 10,. t orn-Lower: reh. 3890: Feptember, 8801o. Olt--Easy: csh. 23940; September. 24c. I arley--Nominal. 1' Pork-Cash, $12.20; Feptember, $12.80. I ard--('ash, 182744; Fetltember, 18.274. tibe- Cash, $7.6:; September. 7.60. WOOL. NEw Yont. Au. 10.-Wool unsettled and doll; dlomestic fleece. 202toe; pulled, 16425c. A I.5 Mr. Chas. N. 11auer Of Frederick, Md., suflered terribly for over tenl years with absci;ses unld rutlllnlllg sol'os oil Ils Icft le;,. Ile wasted away, grew weak and thinl, and Was obliged lito use a ClOn alld crtll h. ]\erythiig which could be thought of wasi done without good result, untlil li began tuaking Hood's Sarsaparilla whicih efftcte| a perfect Cure. Mr. laltuer is ues\\ n the best ot health. Full particulars of his ease will be sent all who athllress C. 1. I1[,io & Co., Lowell, Mass. HOOD'S PILLS are tIlhe est afer-dlinner Iill,. assist digestion, cure headache and billiousneas. `'OTICK OF AnR:IGNMENT.-NOTIClE IS I' heroby given that Thomas J. Porter has :uireo ito the undorvignel a genoral assigntnoiit for itse etnoht of tie cro ditori of tile esaid 'l'hoo. J 'ortr, and that tie, nridersigued has taken I t;re.nall under said ase:gsinont of all prolperty of said 'Ithomas J. l'orter. All Iprtns indpbt.dr , tho tbe aid Thos. J. I orter me notified to n ake payment of the amIIOIIIs wng by them to tho undersignod .itt.out dtilay. T'IO°. C;ILHIIIIIT, As-igndo of Thos. J. Fortor. ])ated Aug Ii, 1892. O'(': OF ASSIGNMENT.--NOTIC'E 18 t hereby given that A. M. i hornburgh has :ote tso he undePrigned a general arFignment o t ti , beu fit ,f the rerditors of the said A. as. hornburglh, and tiat the undersignhd lihas taken ,..t,.pit.in lnd er raid r-siglnmtnt of all prop erlty of thers aid A. M. t'lornhburgh. . 11 JI, r.i n iout btei to ti , aid A. M. 'I utlnhurgh are sUtili.d to make p.ynmnt of the ano,:ntu iwitng by them to the undersigned niihl,ut dolny. L. C. F. LOTZ. Aratenoe of A. M. 'Ihornburgh. I:ated July 24. Ibi8. .XOTI('I OF ASSIGNMIENT.-NOTICEl IS Il eroby given that Fbanklin i'. Wallace has made It tbn lnlerpiuned a ig oral srnignmeut fir ,tin benefit of thie credlitrs of thIe aid ran . lin II. Wallace. and tiat tho nndlunrgnod has taken pworsasion under aidt asig oneot of alt proi,ir:y rf the said Franklin II. \alalac. 11 pi.rsons indebted to the said Franklin II. Wallace are notitled to make payment of the aromttnl owing by them to the undersigned with ,tit ti l y. f,. C. F. LOTZ. A ssignon of Franklin It. Wallace. I at id July ^L, 1.i:. A .AS h UMM+ONa-IN TIIHE DISTRICT A csrlot f iiiti lirot Judioial district ofI thJ ,list', of lstorU in and t the county of Lewin and (;larse.. * . ,. : t toine. plaintlff, wi. George It. '.-s ron. dsfostlaut. '1I h .teat of olotana 'sendi greeting to the sb,,ow la!.+ d d.fen:lan~t: 1 ri~ art' ! rreby relqlred t. appear in an actlon rrsg; t anilo ti ll hI hu i al+ tIr viuntioed pl.inrtis: in the dintrict rourt of the I'rot judicial dietriot of l, nstalt~ of Montana. ill and for the county of Lwi no i ('larl.k andi to answor the compl aint il'd tii.-oin, within Itn days (enitclnivo of this day ,f rr 'it.. atftcr thu us:rvico on you of tille timll lle, it s'rcorvsl withln this couty': or. if aerviL ,i of, this rcnOnty, but wlt, In thisdtlitriCt. oitlhiis tiws'sylny's; otihirwir e with in forty ouayr or .ulriosent by dllfault will be taken ft1ainstyuo sIc irdIts tho Ilae ray.is of maid 'onsupiaint. I 0 o i . f a 1, . IS t.rs lt'.iil ti, rct oser juolg II, io Is' t, to ti itio wlu) of tirhtiy-anuv l ,.d .-Isis dalle rt: ot untccrcit oin tssiu ausit of Suighty .,r dol;ars Ifotm iie lath l ay of Mlay, ,':t r rthe i. of t ins ir 'uitt tier annumita tiich this ,o:iu rt|n anstsl ain l is orpnltailnt to I i ,, im fit, dot, usiant on i iertatn t rsnt isior' It"!,, rnclts:. 'r.ociitocl aId ivtrIvytred by ,l+ (). s'c anst, s itrnMlanl oso the 21ath lay of I t.lr,;Ia. Il:l. WLortsrIst the alit. I.vane prim it.di t e lIy to di.fmlidla.t thre sun t f 11110 threeo I, orl ,h nftt-r IsicO for vatlm, receivndl. tsgithsif w:t i i:stir rott I:t'rtIsi at tti, rataL .,f ten tlmr rcnr t s tar ti inii.l ii r lvmii utllhtil p: i !, etuhh eaill nsto was b, dt',I.. antr 1 .it i'sislai Dstlllttf bIy writing Iie r.nl,', i ln 1 sla ai'k tls risf, nit trah-s'fll trod ansi st"s;sustl itoplnattitl,rior to the ?4tht slay sr 1uy. +,:l's. ;n sl shicth ,aid not's was on tt.o itll !.;y sit 'sar, 1ilt?. irrn'nsts, l t ho i bl'i idl (r. I'v a t, r sass.s eu als Ilsayllohe t tl.i'r.i,' f ih+;lltsisi e i. f v.t r, , aid nilt was Ibernl'n dlyl i rots'tectiL ftir s.s-ilsy soot, sstiso of Ot Wll.' I dallslsss I, s.'"n Iityl''!ti ntlt sndrtPro: VrS ci5t's 1 I lIII tli.il ti). i'.s.a csst isl th- c.il dutfesn ai:.nt it. blSrto wlhich val I r iuts* slirs u ia:io's u is c, ci til t11111 f ?:. : iut .lny 4, l-'. ;I5 s:, Iel i ' ly I ' l . i t t.l $t till +a y 1i lil toil and fsr tsue tof colt Ali.d oscu uri hurey' notttified that if yoit fuil to tili..'ar andl n-witr he slid sts plaii. t as al ubova 't isirnd, lit rasid liaintilt will ttst 'judgmsnt ih, sliialat a.itaisit (ln f.ir tfu mri ii itf ..ts.." xiti! 1 e,;o ; 'Ir, sliuo 1i:so1 ( ' $ s'' firol MayI I. -s1. .t ii.i' rts, sof lu'n:i,ur alf-it ti r assnumn an'l !..r -, a! ,ori11 . (siseil nlsthir my hand and te .eual of the d.e ttristctr o rt otu i'r-t 1 itidtlial dsatriot of this Oats, of Montana. in and for the ciulnty of Lowis and t'laruo. ti-satl tfiret i lthis :.th slay ot Alls-o, in thu .tlud Islst. eentr f ur tord sone thouseand Sscrt. i eglihthundrod al d ndnety-tsreco ....--- JOHN BEAN, tClerit , : J.-it llut 'huO, Ilsepsty t lurk. hus C . Lacs. hlAttorey for Plaintiff. odlnr b tm o i o portan0t atop in T4 o lv lsation, r Pierce's Pea raclon, or 0onay returned. We al'lhrate cekPott Genorally t'sthe liver. An a liver prevents Impurt a nd po.a from entering the blood. "PlesnmntiP at have a tonic effect upon the liver and the -choral sstm Thoney.c g ureIndis toond sal atpsin Dacy lopell, etir ed or tain hloed eask atmit. Generally it's tuhee lienne. Tnf MIKErti S oft Dr., Sne'a Ctarrh" give you a complete and permanent cureo Helena Employment Ag ency 24 EDWARDS STREET, helephooe i 3O. . .. Cook. P'roprieteor WANTS-Two girls for army officer's family. wages Sit and $2,. A few children to care for, $10 a month. TO IET-Two rooms furnishted for light honsekeeping. $7 a month. Three room brick hoen. furnished, with water. 191. Cabin, fur nlahedi, $1 a week. FOR SALE-Thirteen cows with nine young calves, a125. flTUATION WAN.AT - IEC- IEMAL Advertibemeou elndr th s heal tshrege tie. SITUATION WANTED--A POLITITON LOt n widow with one child four years o'd: sal ary no abject, a home desired more than money. hlir. Imitb. 911 butte avenue. -ITUATIJON WANTED--BY A GIRL OF 14 In family to take care of children. Address 412 1eat Main street. SITUATION WANTED-TO DO WASHING Sat home. Address 1109 irxth avenue. SITUATION WAN'TED--BY GIRL O EFIF teen, to take care of one or two children or help out with light housework. 424 Park ave SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG LADY to workt for board while learning mil anery trade. Address V. A., this osice. 8ITUATION WANTED-BY A REFINED, competent lady mu housekeeper or compan ton; highest references. Address Mis C.. P. O. box 13I. Ureat Falls. SITUATION WANTED - EXPEIRIENCED woman would go to families by the day to sweep dust and put rooms in order. Address Athelda, this office. SIIUAT'ION WANTED-BY YOUNG LAIDY As nursery governess: will do all children's dressmaking and mending; home more an oh. 2ect than wages. Address Miss H. M., this of SI'TUATION WANTED--BY WOMAN TO DO w ashin or any kind of work by day or hour. Address 308 Blake sireet. S ITUATION WAN'T'EI)--BY EXPERIENCED German governess jnst arrived in America. Address Leila, care of this office. ITUAT'ION WANTEI)--1Y A YOUNf WO man to do plain sewing; patching and darn leg neatly done. Address Dotoro. this office. SITUATION WANTED-IBY A REB PECTA blo widow lady to koop house for a few gen tlemen who would prefer their own home to boarding out; or would he willing to take charge of a gentlemen's club; the highest references can be given. Address A.. office of this paper. SITUATION WANTED-IN MIILINERY IDl Spartnent by comelent women as assuIstant trimmer. maker and saleswoman. Addrers Mrs. Ida Pettot. care this offioe. SIThUA'rION WANED - POSTIION AS houeokeeper on a ranoh by a widow with one child. Address Mrs. L. C. Hioward, 218 W. Ssventh street, At. Paul, Minn. SITU'ATIN WANTED-A LADY WITH ONE ch ld would like a po.sition on a ranch bshout tle inielo of Augusl. Address car, o P. W.. Chinok,. Montana. btsts torms. SITUATI(ON WANTiD-l-BY YOUNG (IRL as (ook or to do light housekeeping. Ad dress Al. i,., thie ollico. SITUATION WANTED-BY Gullt| TO DO Sgeneral housowork, Address M. Ml., this office,. SITUATION WANTED-WOeMAN WANT8 work of any kind by the day; 35 north Fwing street. ITUAT'ION WANTE'D-IN A E;MAhL FAM Sily by a middle-aged la'ly. Address Mrs. ;ormrano, 16l bouth First We'ost. Salt Lake City, Utah. LI'TATION'S VANTED-MALI:, Advertisemeno uuu.r :LM I eadl tusrs times I ~lE. 5ITUATION WANTED--BY AN EXPERI. Sencd and thorourghly competent stenog rapher and typewriter; best referenoes furnlished. Address A. iK., Independent oaies. 1.Ir UATION WANTIED-COOKR MAN AND s tife: strictly first class; jOst from east: no children; of strict moral habits; no objections to country, hotel or camp. Address (ou. C. C,. this l.hce. "VANTED--LItHlT 8NIT OF EOOKS TO SHkeep. by bookkeeper who has epiro time. 3o. 1..ox 4-7. \AiANTED-POSITION BY AN ENGINEEB. thoroughly posted on running electric plant; also fixing the electrical machinery. Ad dross 100, this offio. ITUAtION WANTED--BY MAN AND WIFE to cook in city or ata m inng camp; can iivo god reforence. Address E J., care Gen eral Lelivery, P. O. SITUATION WANTED-AS STEN(tORAPH er, typwriter and general clerk; can fur nish references from eastern parties as to my comrpntency in being able to fill suchl a position If roequired. VWin. 'latterafleld. Choteau, Mont. 11 UATfION WANTED--AS TEAMeRTEI OR to take care of horses. Address N. W., this ITUATION WANTED--BY FIRtT-('LASS Sroller miller., lood references furnished. Pdlddros J,. I. P.. this office, ielons, Mont. 115E.1' WANTED-MAlI.F, IVANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN AH NEWe agoonts on Northeorn Pacific real. Apply to news office, depot. Must have socurity. lHEL.I' "WANTED-FEISMAIIE t',ANTlD--I.ADY COOK. ADI)ltiIi C. H. Itarte n, Harlem. Mont. FOlt IIENT- FUt5 NItlEt) c ls )1et)S, 1( O( t ItENT--iOST DLI:lAIttLE Rt)OMS IN I city; centrally located; all modern conven iences; reasonable rates. 'Ihe Lloyd, 113 Clarke IOl1t HENT--'IWO FURNI.SHl ;I D tIOOM. sultable for light housekool,ng, i10. 5l1 lrsokenridco strest. UO;t Itl'T--TIE tCIiEAPlienT AND BEST Srooms in town can be ,scurlrd st the Mo Iosnald hous., 13 North hain stret. Li. A. Mcl)onald, prnspr.etor. UIs } rsIt ''s - IIWE,:LlN(i.st. It ;ltlt;it' R. L 1 rg d ist o.i. pposite Grand (entral hotel Largest list in the city. FORlt ItENT-- M ICEILI.lA N EJUI. O"1 ItlNT '-AIIDER Milfl' ANDI HATH room at International hotel. Apply to Marcus L.ssner. 1t% 55I) A/ N I ttt5)05 i.t 1" i.tt.:ti), :jttH I|IUNT -FRUINtSIIIll(l ( Ito s t, NINIHLE !' oren suite; steamt heat ndl lcsIlro light; hoard by tlh day or Wiok. at t!, l:roadway house. 517 Irorrdway. FORt)ll ItE'NT Flll NIt.LY l'hNIasHSD rnnors, good tableo bscrd, by day wcak or n:onthl. go to ,. 110 E':dward, treut, near Maln ir 0,t. RIooms, Iboard and prices will sure ty onit iSou. ,O . S AI .A l. EsATt , O, FAALF.--IN ElHSY 'I'itIt, 1)NII' . (11) a stack ranch of r10 acres. wlth ,l.on water Cljoinlug o'.h ida rang,, ;an plt s tv 150 to 200 tons of haly too shds and ,lhr Improve aount-. Adtress .eoo. MMose, I al., Uallatil cneunty. Mont Olt MALE-WILL TIiAlDEA NI, e" I: IOM I for vacant lute. Ilerbert It. lted . & o -oWt NALW- MICSt4CLLuA*OUI. asane Idnt feell lr horl e laln al r h mother r rwe . 1u1 Saorti Man e tr reee t elepoaS l0 --!ANTED- 1N eeton mn near DButte If fare. a 20 eooton men near Great Fala free fare. 1 girl. grO neral hgauwork, pity, 2-5. I lilo, cainountry, om colar d dit f lerd o I0 woodo oop. 1.5 enlr danrd. 1 firti-ola l baker for Great la sr, 850. --F.O ALIf Two span matched bay bo, wagon and r MONTANA MARBLE WORKS s Iicteion for rieers. ieo and Yard Lower Main street. Helena. New Frame Dwelling on East Side, having 8 rooms, Pantry, Cel lar and Closets, with fine level lot 50x1i40, good fences and Shed. Only $960. Payable $250 down, balance three years' time. Insur ance policy for $700, paid up for 3 years, included. This is a favora ble location for keeping cows or poultry. Twenty acres with small house, within 20 minutes' walk from the Court House, $8650. Miiatheson &Co. GOLD BLOCK. ,UMMO'S-IN THE DIBTRICT COURT OF the First judicial district of the stats of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and LIarke. Annie Bilk, plaintiff. Ve. John Sillr, defendant The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear In an aotlon grought against you by the above named plain iff in the district court of the First jndicial dia triet of the state of Montana. In and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the onplant filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after th service on yon of this summons, if served within this conunty; or. if served out of this conty, but within this district, within twenty days; other wise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken uagaint o, according to the prayer of said compnlaint. The said actionis brought to obtain a decree of said court dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and defendant on ho ground of extreme cruelty, which is more folly set forth in the complaint on file herein, to bhlch reference is hereby made. And yon are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Given under my hand and the sel of the die trict coourt of the irst ljudiclaldistricot ofthe state of Montana. in and for the -°------, ounty of Lewis and Clarke. r teal First 1 this 17th day of August. in the SJud. Dist. rear of our Lord one thousand J Court. . J eight hundred and ninety-three JOHN BEAN. Clerk. By 0. 0 FRaUMAn, Deputy Clerk. J. M.. t lements Attorney for Plaintiff. POPOSALS FOR MILITARY SUPPLIES.- 0lce of Chief Quartermaster, Department If Dakota, bt Paul Minn., Aug 1, 1891. SEALED PltOPOSALr, In triplicate, will be received at this office, or at thie following named posts. and at Helena, Mont., until 11 o'clock a. m.. on Sept. 1, 1893, and opened then. for for niashing and delivery of suen corn so may be re quirel Ocring the fiscal year ending June 10, 814. at Fortse s inniboine, Custer. Keogh, and Camp Merritt. Mont.: Forts Buford. Pembina. and Yates. North Dakota: Forts Heade and gully South Dakota- Furt Selling. Minn., and Fort Yellowstone. Wyo lPlank forms of pro poacrl. with full instructions to bidders, will be uarnished on application to this office, or to the puatermasters at the varlous points named. ' HN V. FUBEY, Quartermaster, U. S. Army, thief Quartermaster. SHERIFF'S BALE-LOUIS HILLEBRECHT, platntlff. vs. Henry W. Menth at al., de fondants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale Issued out of the district court of the irst judicial district of the state of Montana. in end for the county of Lewis and t larks, on the third day of AugustA. D., 18.8. in the above entitled action, wherein Louis Hillebreot.t, the above named plaintiff, obtained ajudgment and decree of forecicsnure ant sale against ilenry W. Ment:'. James W, Duff asd S'rah II. hnth. defendants, on the third day of August, A. D). Ili.t,. for the sum of SY.129 beside-s intsreet. oaste and attorney's fees, which said decree waee on the third day of Au gost A. Di. lb, recorded in judgment book No. I of said court at rage ---. I am commanded to sell all that certain tot, piece or parcel of tlnd situate. lying and being in the county of Lewis and 'larke, state of ootna. and bounded and described as follows, to wit: '! he sunth ixty (60) feet of lot number thir teen (It), in block number twenty-one (21), of the Northern I'alfie addition to tie city of Helene, in the county of Lewis and larks, state of d ontena. Together with ail and singulalr the tenements, htred;:tment and altputenances thereunto be longing or in Anywle sope. tainint. Pu'nbli notice is hereby given that on Friday, the 16th day of August. A. 1). 1891. at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the front door of the con t house, Helena, Lewi' and Clarke county, M,n tang. I will. in obedience to said order of sale and decree of forclostre and sale. sell tihe above tlscribod property, or , much thereof as may be nerossary to satisfy raid juldgment with in terces and costs, tothe highest sad beet bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand this third day of An gaust. A. D. 1898. t HAtLEt D. CURTIS, Sheriff. By .FaD E. lo0ns. Under Sheriff. SHERIFF'S IALK--BY VIRTUE OF AN EXt Scation in my hands, issued ont of the dis trict court of the First judicialdistrict of the stato of l lontens. In and for the county of Lewis and tlarke. i tihe suit of sew loark Iry .ootes Cotmlany against Ie..rge Feymer. duly attested the '48th dlay of Jtly A. i) I 1t. I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of thie said teorge rermer In and t, the following de acritod property. situated in i1 awls and Clarke county, state of Montana. via: t he sontheast quarter of northwest quarter of otlitn twenty-two 122), township ten tie) north. range four (1t west. Together with all and esingularl the tenemente. hereitamonte and appurtenances thereninto he loagllin or In nywisea appertainlng. Notice is hereby gvon tiat on thl 2itht day of Angst. A. I). 1893. at the hour of 12 o'clock a. of saidday, at the iront door of timhecourt bon.e. is the ,.ty ,f heleuna. ounty end stal aforesaid. I will sell all the right, title and interest of the said (ieoge ilsymer in .nd to the said above described property, to the highest bidder for cash in hand. Given under my hand this the 4th day of Aug act, A. I). 189. CHAIRLES ID. (.OTIS. Sheriff. iwuo H. lios. Under Sheriff. lndepen dent Agent 1 THE H L NA INDRP MDa NaT Is on sale by the following paws dealert in this city and state, and in Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Wash ington, California and Minnesota, who will furnrsh single copies or receive subscriptions for the daily or weekly: CITY STANDS. SwB rd Carlson............. ..... oth Main St Swend Carlsah.................182 South Main St red es ......................131 North Main It T. IL Clewell .....l .................Gold Blosk Woodman & Sanders.................Cigar Store P. W. Elis ...........Motor Ofice, Power ilook O. W. Carpenter..... Broadway. near Merchants Goodman & Co......Corner Broadway and Main J. Wendell....... ............107 lridge St 7 McCormick .............100 North Rodney St I'tlrdway Fish Market.... Near Meroebate Hotel M. Geardan....................3 North Maia St A. Ferason ......................4 orth Main Bt J. Rohrbaugh........... .........Grandon Hotel B. Warker......Corner Broadway and Jackson Mrs. Goeko.................... .Eighth A&rnce Broadway oiroo Co .............51 Broadway J. A. Allen...............Grand Central Hotel Edmund Brer........Corner Sixth Av. and Park A. Austin.. Broadway, next to ndoependent oliso DamielMorsan..............I NMetth lModney 8t Wm. Weinsteln........Coret MiasndSixth Av Hotel Helena............... ...........Grand St Pig. Menheim............Co.moeolitan Hotel c C. Stubbs...Triaugle Drug Store, N. P. Depot MONTANA. F. W. lter ..............................Mlssounl Gildereleve A Charet .................Granite F. A. Boheubar......................Philipsburg Chas. Williams .........................Granite Kins & Kennedy .........................Anacond W. B. Liurkett ......................Dear Lodge C. 1. Kenyon........................ Deer Lodge John Andrew. ...........................lkhorn J,. E. Walter.......................... Townend Lasinekl Bros..........................ose. man Goo, ftaff............ ................. older Hotel May ................. Boulder Hot Springs C. A. Matthews........................ arrevill C. lereman............................Maryaville T. W. Warren .............................Butte J. D. Hayes...........................Et Helena W. B. George.........................Billings Thos. Person & Co..................... Red Lodge lBaineki Bros ......................Miles City Mrs. Barnes ................................Castle A. Croonquit ........... ...........Livingston .. . Sax & Co.......................Livingston W. B. Annin & Co................ ... Livingston L. A. Marsh.......... .........Ka...... lispell W. B. Herring........................ lspll F. W. Bookeon.................... ..Kalispell Nelson Walker &Co..............Columbia Falle A. B. McDonald.....................Wolf Creek W. F. Borgy,.........................Great Falls R. M. Calkins.............................Great Falls A. G. Redding.......................Great Falls Mapes & rahlgren................... Great Falls Hurst Bos ............................reat Falls W. E. Chamberlin..................Great Falls Max Muir...........................reat Falls UTAH. J. C. McGinley ....... ................. t L e McCartney & Co..........................Olden The Owl News Co.......40 W 2d B L. Salt Lake COLORADO. Smith & Bon............010 Sixteenth St., Denver WASHINGTON. J. . W. Graham...........................Spokane J. F. Bigs ....... Potofiee News Stand. Seattle Mercer A Nathan........1048. Seeond St.. Seattle Wenatchee News Co............... Wenatchee Otto P. Johnson.....................Wenatchee Funk's News Depot.........Pacifie Av.. Tacoma CALIFORNIA. R. C. Wilbur ........Ta'ae Hotel, Ban Franelsco MINNESOTA. Wilbur Tebbils....... Merchants Hotel. St. Paul Willard S. Dennils.......... Hotel Ryan, St. Pan SALE OF SCHOOL BONDB--BCHOOL DIB trlct No. 10, Chotoau County, Montana Chinook, Mont.. Aug. 7, 108.-Notice is hereby given that the trusteeso of tohcol District NfO , I. thotean county, Montana, on Thursday the 7th day of Soeptmbr. A. D. 1819. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the office of the school board in Chinook. Moant.. will receive srealed ropo.ts and sell to the highest bidder, school bonds of Maid district 1o the amonnt of 82(000. as voted at the school election hold on the slt day of June. 1893. Haid bonds will be coupon bonds of the do nomination of .5100 each, pyable in five oars. end redeemable in three years after date. Said bonds will bear interest at the rate of six p.r rnt per annum, payable semi-annually at the office of the treasurer of Chateau county in Fort Benton. Mont. The trustees reserve the right to reject any and all bids. 1y order the school trustees of the foregoing district. II. C. tEYNOLDS. Clerk of the Hoird. HKtRIFFS BALI -- HENRY DUIGNAN. IJam" Dnigian and L. A. Janion. co-part ners doing business under the firm name of Nocthwe. torn ttons upply Company, plain tiff, vs. Monten% Club, aeena nllUard. First Natfonsl frank of Helena. Montana. tie:eaa Co operative tranite and ~landtone Company. and Srank Jesiok, John Jeztok and pFen Hahn. to artoere as Jezick ,row A Heatl. defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of raleand de ore of fores loore and mle iasued out of the district court of the Ftlst udicial district or the etate of Montana in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke on the Yth day of June. A. ID. 11, in the abore entitled aoton, wherein Itenry Iniagan James Lntrnan and L. In. Jan eon, oo-partners doing business under the firm name of Northwretorn !tone Supply Company I the above named plaintiffs, obtained a judgment and decree of forecluenco and sale asalst Msn tans tu lb. Massrna llerd. kiret l.a onal Hank of Helena, Montana. Helena Co-operatire Granite and Sandetone tempet sand Frank Jo.z ick. J, .hn Jeiket and lin Hahn. co-partner se Joe.iok Lroe. & Hahn, defendants. on tie • th day of Juneo, A. . 1893, for the sum of 1.712 70. beeldre interest. coats and at torney's tees, which said decree was on the 20th day of June %. D. 189. re.orded In Judg ment book No. - of raid coort at I age--. I am commanded to salt all those certain lots. pierea or parels of land situate, l-iur and be loin the county of Lewis and Clarke. State of Moutans. and bounded anddedcoribed as to low. to-wit ho mouctr atof lute numbered two (2) three (9) nrid four In bloon numbered fotur hundred five (408) of the oritlnal townseito othe city of liet ena. as is included in the followingr boon arise. to wit: l:egiauing at the intersection of the owetern line of lntler avenue or un'oh s:reet or Center street and the northeaster y line of Sixth avenue or Prior street. the point of intersec tion Heinz on the so theast corner of said let numbered twt. (3) of block numberaed foor hun ired five (400) of said Helena townette: running thene northerlr along the west line of pUller avenue or luloh street one hnodred fifeeon (11i) feat; tlhesc westerly parallel with the north line of said lot nuombered fonur (4) sixty (1) etee thenoe ssnthrly parallel with the west line o said lots three (I) and four (4) svesanty-two and one-halt (12%) feet more or Lee to the northeast line of bleth avenue or Yriee street: thence southeasterly lu ·the said northteat line of lxth avenue or Priloostreet seventy-five (75) fret to the triao of einning Together with a I and slagular the tenement., heriitamente and appurtenances thereunto hbe loniin or lr anwlIse appertalalng. Publiu notice & hereby ven that on Tuasy. the Vol day of Anonsat. A. D. 1390. at 12 o'oloc. nm.ef that dat the front door of the coprt hones flolena. Le anl Clakn countta Montana t will. 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