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r'eover. In an ante-mortem .tatetftlit,
Whlitworth nays that hefore Jugt Ait1" non's flrw4 election an cihanellor. the eta ter told him it woutld not cpIolnt hint oimlensu he wonuldI turet to dividei the fees of the otlfle. This. WVhitworth sayse he agureeld to do, and ,lso loaned Judae Alll. non $2.IiIIO. Iii eniideavored to jeut Allitont to iiii it.' himsu.lf a nd pIrote'ct his bondtits not itgr ii. ii i i.'t bumnot, he' detirmtined to kill hi n. T EIIA TRAD iuE HEI'IIZI1; Condition of Business as Reported by the Commercial Agencies. \,.w V'ik. Nt it~ It. el. Pun A Co.'sue w ly iiiit viti ult, It of III iiik u I i';il +utd the11 hlilefnl feeling; Inbtulllletl lastl weoek stitll ti nti~nut·s. It will Oki,~ tlme~ 1tI lift biuslnesstout of Its iieIui5"'Iit, tail jirigris made,d if less thanu ithe suit guimii .xpee·tud, is at lu~set en'mteuragitig. tr r. pl'.lnshl imtote thuI eaursu ic ti \-. IS by biiiitnkes. generally ap jix t . it Is g. iiiiilly .14N1ttitei the otirlUluu nl i b." Lk ite at . II. Tiel efi--t 1.: I." t.!" > ti. u ntirllr Iat , for the Il urinical tonnd nor."ss ari to N 1% '117Ugrdy L tl"llil, lt Ith o I, t - i . 'li ts tI o1 f .'l t .f t t tpresentt x .xltthnge rtates, is pre'tanl ably nalt t t.. :tllt t eI enId vubscrilp th)on. l 'Th.r." ha e ." hlrud1 y b'een st.I m1" \Nhitrlta\vlls ,. I ; i,,I fro Lt the treasl ury .by ri dent inr t i t cotes tto" maike. p - n1t.ltsl f..or ,tis :tnlll .-an srull her thaI n gohl a're lilo ly tI . ,vIl fr I-,1II nro"ll e. 'ales of wool a, a lga.InI i IItaIdi thaIIIaI lclst Fyea., l,'ailurets 1l the week halve been '70 I insit rt.: lastt ta . New York, Nov. it --lirad.treet's to natorowv will siu . "Perhapsll the m.ist conspltcous fnvruhle feature of th,' general trade sittauation is found itt nulmn' erous rleports Tmln mer'chants antd nuli ufaetu ler thrloughltllu, t the t'rctllo tmro I disposition to ', gard the business out ltok atore nt,.ourtatIglvy, and with in .r',ase.d eonthledn e in ti, early inmpr.\,t - .tlent in ti ade. E.vent in many pitlortions of the south itnd t s0outhwe st adti'ets froln the interior are that the countyr" ner'hlllltn o. tan incr asedl ,'olumel %' usme of business, harr t on favorak ller nweather anty-d hlr ctlrps. himus lllor trikio 1.01.000g n view f the cntinued re ports of the unthfavorable effect of tradper ten the south and the low price of clast eon.d k "Indcation of an inch theased volume of business is corroborated by bank chlar leas at ehave eunty- llces, amor eounting 1.00019.000,000, a gain of 7.6 per cent, as .ompared with the weak efod e, low 1.2 per tent hatvierIn an in the like week last rear, and 22 per cent less than nadvance the second week of November, :':'2. This Is the first week in which the volume of olearing have equalled or exceeded 11,000,000,000 since January last. Trad era in the wool trade say prices for that commodity have reached 4, low figure, and that the Increased demands since election point to an advance, though as let domestic fleeces feel the competI tion of Australia." A Cut in Salaries. Philadelphia. Nov. 16.-The ofmcers of the Lehigh Valley Railway company are preparing a notice which will be sent out broad.esat in a few days an nouncing the fact that on and after Dec. 1, there \ ill Ihe a reduction of 10 per cent in salaries over $1,000 per an num. This reduction is somewhat of a surprise, not only to clerks, but to the omcers as well, as it was thought the improvement in business of a few months ago would obviate the necessity for such a movement. Although freight and passenger business gave some en couragement, the coal business is now In such a state it is being carried on at a loss. It is announced that as soon as business picks up, the old salaries will be resumed. A Star Actress in Trouble. Chicago. Nov. 16.-Mrs. James Brown Potter alppared as defendant in a suit in the superior court to-day. Miss Mar garet \'an /andt, nn actress. filed the. sulit against thie star, who is at present playing at the ehilller theater, asking for $1,045 from Mrs. Potter for expenses attendant upo n a trip to India. An at tachlmenlt was Ilac'd1 in the hands of the sh, riff, anil the c'nompanly In which Mlrs. lottr is now playing will ibe garnisheid. Eloped With an Adventurer. Dr'nv\,r Nov. 11.--Jll. (;ertrudlli 1I. Ilutchinhi , t n.gd 1, 1;tughttr of Artist Iflnry T. Ifutllhin-l, :lil] H urandilnugh tt'r of i',~ liinthlar |uthhi1. (,h i'In \\' ih CI tl, l' ikp " \\.('Cl k it nIt' ti It - . hlI'h bI t y list I , . l I,. 111, h'" ll l,nLl. ith r'is 1 ,it , fI , t, - a j'l , sI aIl a"t st • l,, 'I']HT \\,I ' I h ul ,trb d Iby it ,Ilustl'. t th' r i , :.il \ ; i , i , i, ' r . ! .lt - In s t h in ki t 'l: llk i h at;4 1 ih , , g ir l's ilr al ihationl with st. ri, :t!about his ,ila llnds uadl ni l 1 ,' c' hamnl,qn ship feats. Honduras Cone Republican. %ashlingtotn, Nto\. II.- Tlhte ,.-t'rt-tt')' of it'h t l'rlaurly haV biti il Illinf Ilrnl i that th l '(e s e, nrt ,' ir rin l y .f i l llu s h Hl li h lliu ;Is wa1s ,h mon tize I u, 2·r 1, twl, !r'"yi - * tiz it ti lt. ' ll I' r'ttt111, at Iltl i -tt 'of tlI f f l.' , i - \ I' . i I , ,l ti Ih r, i r i,' i a i l l l, t! I II , I t, f'lftI f I' T . t tll ' tf t ( i-l], I ih,llsl \. ' I , li I. I, ; 1 th t u l da l 1 ,, it ,f Iiat ': lm I H ti , Ii H II~ i i - Ir li y h . , I n 1 1 II, " , lll "i f I''l t1, 'il Mal r /.int I, I Iiihlt. II I hII ." I it ' II . I ' ., 1, ' I I r, .,1 I'I I 'I -Ifi T I f t p I, ~ I, 1 11'1 1 S I t i r .'' 11 III, i I i , i'l -_ ti ,' t II I I i r ' , 1' h-U ',i ,i -- rf i .-' , 'f f , if , I, tie-f ' f or I Ocob r A I I , I I . t I , 'l.1 ' I I ; I t i, i I1 ' i l ' 1 -I lf I - ''I f' - I " , '1 "i. , ,. , \. ht t n i, "Ift ff ' ul 1 I fI , te , t eh I , , ' ' I, I i ,Iitl tu a fr ,) i.~ in hii, , , , , i \ , I hte a i fall i u, , , i i , i rn~If. LEports for October. \\;l fl ifi ll l, r..' , II %1 I i . ,!, ll, l l ,Th r .I,1!\ I \|l + ltili l, , ,yI . 'fit? f1 hH , 5 11 1,7 I ,i" !,'t 'ti '. fit? lll - ' , it - II 'f II . l ri Nilt t , I 'i 1 ,e l Lll i Ifit i1 ,] tll llllI coll lml p . , I;utlll , wl 1 i. . ( Il himi a i-a-ll lff ttlef- r yovii 'st-lf. The Bl'e IlIli' will bell ladlel' natural grey wool underwear at l.u e:r mull tki, week, worth 5,' C!RIME IN cOM9 BWIA L. ' Hene* the Reign of Lawleeemes In Indian Territory Wil Continue. Little Hock. Ark.. Nov. It--lI the opinion of Major C. R. Moore, a prom inent attorney of this city. who has just areturned from a trip in the Indian ter rittory, whetrt Bandit Hill ('ook and his reckless and ravenous followers hold sway, the rItuation in the territory tI Indecribable. There I. practically no such thing as the enforcement of law, andi the ibandit are virtually unmo letted in their appalling depredations. Mai. Moore spent several days at Mus kirgee and Fort tllb.on, and says bust Ines men and property owners arte panih'stricken at the complete commer tinl paraLy.ls, resultant from the reign of lawlessness. Not half thet crimes committed find ste' in the nt1ewspapers. Organised ganlKgs go thaum placet to plat'e pilunder ing right andl left, andt additnlilg murder to their cattegory whlno resltatnce ls toffered. Marshal C'rump antd his men are sptaring no efforts to protect prop erty tandt life, but they seem to Ibe pow erless. The slltuation ih growing worse all the time. ('rime In congenial to a heavy percentage of the territory popu ntlon htence there Is. of course, strong opposltion from a certain contingent to a change in the present run of things. II\.IT TO LIT (O. U. P. Receivers Anxious to Drop the Oregon Short Line. st Paul, Nov. l.-The matter of the r t,'t.on Short Ilne and Utah Northern rnlltway came on to be heard this after nI1o. before Judge Sanborn, of the Itittd Stat 'a circult court. i.etw t'll ut' .3, I.9:;, and July 1. 114. the Oregon Sho'rt llne 'lrned $3:.82,.580 and its opelratin exllpg e llnses. lltetVnt and tatxtes amounted to $5.243.302. making a deficit of $1.:t5.721. The question was raised whether the receivers of the Union Pa litle may hb permitted to renounce and cease to conmply with the terms of the contract between the Union Pacific and Oregt,'n Short Line and Utah Northern, by which the Union Pacific undertook to pay the deliciency of the Oregon Short Line. Judge Cornish, master of chancery, recommended that the con tract be annttlled, and an appeal was taken from the recommendations. Judge Kelly, of Omaha. appeared for the receivers of the Union Pacific and Winslow Pierce, of New York, for ap pelllnate. Ladles' reeced Jersey ribbed under wear, only 50 cents at the Bee Hive. ON ! IF I ONLY AD HER omppdon Why it is oI l aMbod.l No. 360. API'PLICATION FOR PATENT. i'. iP. Land Office, Helena, Mont., Nov. 12, 1894. Notice is hereby given that Charles H. Henton, Jacob Grob and Martin Hogan, all of Clancy, Montana, have this day filed application for patent, under the mining laws of congress for the Hoodo lode claim, designated as survey No. 4.634, situated In - unorganized mining district, Jefferson county. Montana, In sections 33 and 33. township 9 north, range 3 west, which claim is recorded in the office of the re corder of Jefferson county, at Boulder. Montana, and described as follows: Said survey No. 4.534 beginning at corner N0. 1, from which southwest corner of section 33, township 9 north, range 3 west, bears south 33 degrees, 39 minutes west 10.4 feet; thence south 79 degrees, 57 minutes west 112 feet; thence north 6 degrees, 39 min utre. east 468 feet; thence north 84 .legters, 2a minutes east 390.6 feet; thence south 84 degrees, 11 minutes east 1.1:8 feet; thence south 6 degrees, 39 min utes west 449 feet; thence north 89 degrees, 52 minutes west 1,391 feet; thence north I degree, 25 minutes west 74 feet to corner No. 1. the place of beginning, em bracing 17.53 acres, upon wnlch a notice of said application was posted the 5th day of November, 1894. The only known ad joulning 'laim to these premises is the Hid. den Sunlight extension lode, unsurveyed, on the southwest. W. E. COX, Register. Date of first publication, Nov. 15. 1834. NOTI('.E OF HEARINO. In tile diatrlct court of the First Judicial dsltr'lt of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of Mathlas BIuckner, deceased. James It. Loomli having presented to his court and filed with the clerk thereof on the 10th day of November, A. I). 1Y99, a petitioln praying for aln order requiring Ithe admnlnlstrator, with the will annexeld, of tIi, ,Iaove nlamed estate, to specllhally pi,-r o r a ,ortaln bond or obligation of hl1 dei.Ih nlt by Iexecutlng to said petition .I l n· colveyan.,' of the following desrlhibed II al pro ,l'rt , to-wit: All that certain lot, ile of r parel oIf land. situate lying and IhuvIg in the city of HlenIa, county of L.-wis and ('larke, anld state of Montana, htwnded and partliularly descrlbed as fol. I.,'ws. to-wit: Lot nine (9l), and the west six (;) inches of lot ten (10), In block one (1i, In Montana avenue addition to the city of Helena, Montana. Notice Is here by given that the said court has fixed Sat urda), the 15th day of December. A. iD. I14, at the 'ollrt room of department No. 2' of salI district court, In the city of Htel ,.tt. Montana, as the time and place for harifLng sIl petition. at which time all I"p r.rins interestled thereiln may lappear m-tI -how 'naus,., if any, why such order shinld nut ," smail,'. I tfl lt Novmnih,.r 1,,, A. 1). 11(91. ,1III N iAAN. I' lfk f s;nll c'ourt. It 11 J ('n ~ ls" I', ,I'I+* lut , l-rk. ISlI rIPF',4 AALE:. Ilolnl an Ii il l.'r In Inv-stm nlll anft ,t_, In, y , Ornlaily Illlilr i l, plaintilff, vs ,o , ." II I'* , w . \ ; ry .1 I'P w , John \W ll in, Icub'rs ).I. L,+mh+1, and John it. \Vut ,ll. T it '. i i n' f n"n al,|nts. I 1-h r ,o I hyV I tis+I , l lf tn r Iidtr of III r 1'+I I' ' ,"'" f',,l' .+ l' ,,n - ,. :, ,,i sole insu*.,I ,' ,.I Il, lh l i lh I ,Iu ofl r it"l lFirsll t J -ll I. t Il .ai IIa i f th, S M af Jof .1m ta nt, In , ,,, ri, l - ,ou- 1 i of lwi. anil d la'ke. 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It*Ihln.l. i -wlw s and i 'irk. o Wl tll\, Llln ina, I will, ill , h..hlion~,I ti rh, tilt or ,'r o1f sillu and Ie, h '"e f fit,', hlisll," u i Nil,', s-41 the tfilb , ,i, w tlh. pr, ,oprty. or s1o mfuch thr-if is mtai i1- ml,-Nsary ti sntlsfy said Jhtki . u i -l , with intl iM , 1 i"'1 ia , s, to the hil hel, t ,ll"l hl+st hlbJ r', for -fish In hand. ,iven iduller lily hand this 14th day of NO nVsl ir. A. I). 114.1. ('liAlt +iR II. t''IItTIS. Sheriff. IMy Fill':il 1':. HOl , Under Sheriff. McConnell, Clayberi y Uuna, plahntlff' attornewy. Mrs. A. R. lafer. lush's Mill.. Ohio. Strained Nerves Palpitation of the heart and A Ceneral Break Down The Good Iffect of eeod's was Marked and Permanent. "C. I. Hood & ('o., Lowell. Hass.: "Gentlemen:--I wu taken down dre last Decemtber, and became very weak with nervous trouble, palpltation of the heart, and a pleral break down. I had a good phystclan, but in. gored aloung, etting no better. I coul sit up only about halt a day, until the tath of March, when 1 concluded I would give Hood's Larsspr Hood'sr' Cures rillat a trial. When I had used It a short time, I oulld get'up and go all about the house all day. I have never enjoyed perfect health, but am now taking my fifth bottle of Hood's arsapa. rila. and know It has helped me wonderfully. I have uerd Hlood's Pills, and think them ce. elltent." M.us. A. E. l.ANIr. , Bush's Mills. Obio. Hood's Pills ant easily, yet promptly sad efileciutly, on the liver and bowels. Me. Helena Employment Agency W. B. Cook, Proprietor. 24 Edwards Street. Telephone L0. -WANTB- Mining camp hotel for sale for less than one-half it value. Trunks to store at WOc a month. Smm Walters in Hotel, eame plaes 80 a meath eash. toIe wrk for boeard and gtoto saeel. - CN ltr. s se twSat"rss .err aCls t a sw. I walls. fe Albe es el. I e ivinust r tjlsr- hoe aowtrk las etyl . stWUATIONs WA4TEIW--FMALUL BITUATION WANTED - Qmpetent dresmaker would like to new in dress making shop. Call or address "Dress maker", over Broadway Grocery. Corner Broadway and Davis streets. SITUTATION WANTED-WomaifD Wafnts any kind of work by day 'l bome. Washing and Ironing done good and cheap. Please call. 101 Breckenrldge. A GOOD SEAMBTRESS wants work by the day: children's clothing a specialty. Address O. M.. this office. SITITATION WANTED-By a competent girl to do general housework. Address H. 8., postofflce. SITUATION WANTED-- As ook. Please address M. K. B., this office. BEWING WANTE--Children's sewidl and plain sewing, at prices very low. 1,000 Ninth avenue, corner Idaho. BITUIATION WANTED-Woman desires position to do general housework. Ad dress M. H., this office. SITUATION WANTED-By a coletent young girl, to do general houselrk in small family, or second work second work preferred). Address 510 Hillsdale avenue. BITUATION WANTED-Woman wishes position as chambermaid or to take care of baby. Address Mamle Fulker son, this office. A (1OnI) rolored woman wants a place for housework, as cook. 320 Beattie street. WANTED-Children's sewing and plain sewing. Very reasonable prices. Call at 1004 Bedford street. sIT"ATI41 • WA.NTE'D--*I AA. WANTED-A position as salesman, or would accept any position where the services of a good rustler st needed. Am willing to work on commission. T. B. D.. Independent office. MAN and wife, cooks, nO children, want work in country hotel or camp. Call or addlress, Cooks, 12 Park avenue, Helena, Mont. WANTED-One or two furnaces to at tend, by a competent, reliable man. Ad dress P. C., care Independent office. HELP WANT3D-V- rALU WANTED-Ladles to write at home: $S weekly; enclose stamp. Louise Smith, Milwaukee, Wis. AN EXAMINATION OF APII'ICANTS for teachers' certificates will I. held in th," high school luildiing., HllIna. hbein nlng Nov. 30, at nin ,, a. m., shad, . tlinnli A. ih'lTi'nrath, county supterintendent of w hoolt . LOSt. I.S'l A ladies' gold watch The finder wllI b,' xsilahly rewardtI iv ri.turning th' san.n' to Mrs.. Il.ill M. 1:11I, AO? Thir* t ',Inth ;avenue. Ilerea's, Monut. I.L SNT- t.. Itrutard pup. I "will pay Sb rI'walrd for r, ssjvery. J. N. K-. ak. 1.) ST -I'hilts gray fur musff. I'loase re turn Ito this offi'. Is 'I Itro i n itoro 'so 'sm ,n ntaining lir r if s lllpphlre r dlrols 'I, r please retur n to I'. 8. marshal's offl' ,;r I receive r'wart VIiIlt 8 .;T--F trlalls-, lla. i ,ssiwas (Olt IstEN T-F. URNIIs HI"t 1 IE1s 8 |T-. abl, for housekeeping or roAomer., 614 P et lire esrinasl 1.\. I'I.:ItAI). H 'ITH tl N., us 'arth's, HANTI;1- T'hr,.o- fourN. ,.l I 1 Irooms Ifor lnhil ahiou eke.pllR , 5 ll; I y. Ad Iriotn .1. M , I:, th is e dit ,, Ida a INIHItIAN.u E i0e'w sI'lls Is NED. ON & oothoughdtAIt f . .u IhO er. as ite y Me ri ) It . l I- I .r traIl. , s k lillt '. iIs, n at the N P. ildepot. J ,\ t irKhty. d'AMnI'M.Is (ANd ItKNT sl .Ll U'l'IYlt atensa te.s : eOstpI Addre h urser, ti lreekesrids* street. Helenl H. ANTED -MIT R1.1.,4 NI, ,. llr rllo yMayroae will meet hr r t the r n.t tag Ineh ele at the eaditorln,, .r. ,. da at 10O 30. m. A tw afore ploll,* ran he 1. commodated. I notte. 1 per rnunth -- Imm HTIe K'Ili l)EliIM' \ll' I N+ ;. There will Leh. a m.ethl of It,. "hkhold .r1 of lht, II,.Ina ho)o, ; I h ,lloneary wi'ltlp wtll h" l, at the Ir 'ffi . , III Matin s. , r* t, in hnhy, Nlay. \'verllr,* + 11.941 for thie R1i,,'lJin of a prelsl liide , v ',.I pre s i dlent, Ilecelle·t y and treaaur,-, and for the transactl,,, or any other Iasn.l ,, which may comrne before the meetlln. E .N. WooD, lecretag1' Orrin Employment hggeno7, 11 NelMe. I» ý Y- N1 vs usU'l I Bl bebMI Ishetea iSý A. H. WIEA3ER. hiployuiit al Real itat ic0. Ass Aeb Yweea Rsbmimm c..Allg.rrb AwI5.. T g 1u. Wat to bsy becemas bowsý wb~w etas'ska s belek barn.. Nikr iss Suet Ifor Lou. ft eels ts Kheatn LdMs hs Leading Ibetels ef flelL T -_ Ge" 932 i-_V.-Amb T3fs GRA N-:OA AN MOTIL. to .eAT leele. enn rkll he dso wy01$ M bstes. A silosý" t' MA5I5 Is ..msttIou a ritadwlo~rL t THM ORANDON CAFE. Under the Orandon hotel. Erickson & Cavanaugh. Props The best dlning room In the citt. Home cooking, home delloacles. Board by the day or mouth. . s eam ohe Anessel as m W - ettel r as et l. se -_ n n I II hast V r 4 gd 4e.- IJtHu w BRIIITb- RbE c.AGt-- C. 11U.wm sell biqub, s. Leme. u .mwI tll . a I % to THE PALMER HOUSE. J. O. D. Sullivan, Proprietor. Centrally located, with modern con veniences. First class accommodations for translents, at reasonable rates. Headquarters for mining men. Main street, foot of Grand, Helena, Mont. THE BROADWAY CAP. Denver Block. The most centrally located family res taurant in the city. Easy of access and the table is the best to be found any where. Terms very reasonable. ARLINGTON HOTEL DYER & DOUGHTY, Proprietors. Fireproof bullding and one of the largest in the city; all modern conveniences; cen trally located on Main street; electric cars pass to all railroad depots; an excellent table. Rates,. 1.9 to $1.10 per day. Nos. 411, 413, 415 Main street. AMENDED BUMMONB.' In the district court of the First Ju dicial district of the state of Montana in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Samuel McConnell, plaintiff, vs. John C. McCann, defendant. The state of Montana sends greting to the above named defendant. You are hereby repuired to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the First Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of serlvice) after the service on you of this summons. if served within this county; or it served out of this county, but within this dls trict, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days. or judgment by de fault wil be taken against you accord ing to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover the sum of four hundred and eighty-six dollars upon an account for labor and services of plaintiff In transporting ores, concen trates and merchandise in the counties of Lewis and Clarke and Meagher, state aforesaid, between the fourth day of July, A. r). 1I94, and the twentieth day of September. A. D. 1894, performed at the request of plaintiff; and costs of suit . And you are nereny notlned that un less you so appear and answer the said complaint, as above repuired, the said plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum demanded In the complaint. to-wit, the sum of four and eighty-six dollars. Given under my hand and the seal of the district court of the First (BEAL.9 Judicial district of the state of Montana, In and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 15th day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand and eight hundred and ninety-four. JOHN BEAN. Clerk. G. W. FtEEMAN, Deputy Clerk. Endorsed: Blake & PenwelL attor neys for plaintiff. N.. 5415. APPLICATION FOR PATINT. U. . LA Orn Ui HWLMA. Moat., tept. st. 10, h I Sti el he rel that Nobert . Sare hba ua q Jled U l oea 3ateat. nripea thj missd ae lawle e f the eart iles pia deerned : ev4 Note. 4uae1 is uaor sI a. sm tsd- riMe. la -s tl rkI steas. Msta twla n.. tease a -, .which w b reordd io the eIres . the e- rdeurae Loewie isa lae s Otlr ast tileLa mWld aorrehe . 411 bseiateis storwr Ne i. from wbich sbiaitioa Sepit is e 18., ) r t , hears7 desl Ie ion1 a.a S. w41, It. tbeane 8 dek A miss 54.6 ft. theses a des r lanei0t I, then.e a U d lmein wS6t. r, iesaeee der 4U sis w ais theeeM deb, min w h11.1 the lee of Iblandms embro.ics fle , eerenhp wh roa s oe Ieptembe,. 19iE W.rou , L o , First publication Sept. 2I, 1814. NOTICE FOR PUDLICATrON. I1. S. Land Omce. he.lena, Mont., Sept. 20, 1304. 'omplaint having been entered at this o.Mff by Mary W. Russell aJrainet Will iam K. Ifartman, for abaddonlng his hom.otD.ald entry No. 5174, dated Oct. 10. 1111, uin the n% sey, alb sy,, and say neA sertlon 10, township 14 n. ranlge w, In Lewis and Clarke county. Montana, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; the said parties are hereby sum moned to appear at this oflce on the 13th day of Deesmber, 1801, at 10 o'caock a. a., to respond sad trnish teutimer cea srni" Mid m No. NR. APPLICATION FOR A PATIDUN. U. d O0ll0, Heloean Meat.na. -wopte. i rb rv0 tt Jobe a(. Sro d 1tt . iM o(Isl , Ma Cliyl o toaty ard ve w vo po s *t o o V 516i.5 utos *utt I ot, no or lsea a t. n colunte efferson, Iand ltae of , oo tent b the• h Ride notes a ir on fle in tis i o.~oie as a1rvy No. Surve N o. being as Si WE. I.. 'Ilegnna at corner No. 1, a tree I ttla diameter, umarked 1-u. for corner No. 1 from which corner No. Ilo.url No i bear n al dtest, 4 In* th it, n te no corner of see tp S n. r S w, hoear n r de 4 mne in StrIoft and tya nine from theand nt deg Mo intn aU4 d t ed by thene ld not d es and omla w t thenc file in 73 dis off mic ,u ft thence aNo n town hipI north, rng. `wedt of prl-o 1. degl mine 3a . ft maid corner No. I anme tr, prked o1- a for orner o vars iation 30 deg 41 m 2 o.(in talnng 1ru. acres. The location of this mine i0 recorded in t. theounty recorde ar'nd o e ow Jerton ounty Mon 7 dn.e There are00 no thadoln Any and s ll person6 claimid corner Nly any orthen oplce aid Obesle lde, mneti urae recorund re re officed to f Jefferso adverse claims with e rogtiter of the United Stales land a ciie at Helena in the state of Montna. Thedurnge ar the no adsity days' pertod of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. W. U. COX, Register. Sterling & Muffly, attorneys for claim ants. First publication Sept. 13, 1184. No. 3,1O. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. United States Land Orce, Helena, Meon tiana, Nov. 1, IMS. Notice I. hereby given that Joseph P. Latsch, Andrew Thompson and Jane I. Mattlee, of Helena. Mont., have this day made apppilcatlon for patent, under the mining laws of congress, for the Little Alma lode Ingnln claim, desigl noted as survey No. 4,7, situated in Lump gulch. unorganised mining dis triot, Jefferson county, Montana, to townships No. S and S north of range S west, which claim is recorded in the ofce of the recorder of Jefferson coun ty, at Boulder, Montana, and described as follows: Beginning at corner No. I et said survey No. 4.417 from which the cles Ing section corner between sections and 6, township No. 8 north of range No. 3 west, bear south It de. 4 min. east 3,476. feet and running thence north 41 deg. U min. west 3I3. feet to corner No. 3; thence south 44 dec. a min. west 1,40. tfeet to corner No. 3; thence south 41 des. 8 mnn. east 47 feet to corner No. 4; thence north U deg. aml. east 1,1 tfeet to corner No. 1, the place of be ginnin,, embracing an area ot 1L.4 acres of which 3.1 acres is in contiot with survey No. m11 and Is claimed, upon which a notice of said application was posted on the 3Sd day of October, 134. The only known adjoiing claim to these premises is the Virglina lode unsurveyed, on the east. W. 3. COX, Register. Date of first publication Nov. 3, 101 Langhorne & Reeoe. Attorneys. IHERII'TIS ALE. James M uldn, plaintiff, vs. Edgar C Richards, Xgnen V. Richards, his wife, and S. E. Athinson, assistant cashier, de fendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale lssued 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 10th day of October, A. D. 184, in the above etiUtled ction, wheretu Jaes Mauldln, the above named plaintiff, ob talned a judgement and deree of fore closure and sale against Edgar C. Rich ards, Agnes V. Richards, his wife, and B. E. Atkinson, assistant eashier, de fendanta, on the 0th day of October, A. D. 184, for the sum of &ft.1. besides interest, costs and attorneys fees, which said decree was, on the 10th day of Octo ber, A. D. 184. recorded In Judgement book No. J. of said court, at page -. I am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pleees or parcels of land, situate, ly Ins and being in the Mauldin addition to the city of Helena, county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana. and bound ed and described as follows, to-wit: Iota numbered seven (7), ellht (3), and nine (1), in block W, as said lots and block are numbered, designated and described on the plat of said Mauldin addition on file in the ofoe of the county recorder of said county of Lewis and Clarke. Together with all and singular the tene ments, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise apper taning. Publlo notice is hereby gIven, that on Thursday, the 15th day of November, A. D. 11M4, at 12 o'clock M. of that day, at the front door of the court house, Hel ena, Lewis and Clarke county, Montana. 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 saidgudgement, with Interest and costs, to th hishest and best bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand this Nth day of October, A. D. 114. CHARLES D. CURTII, Sherif, By Frqd E. Hoss, Under Sheriff. Massena Bullard, Plaintiff's Attorney. Sale and Exchange. Ans mproved ranch three mIle foee White -alpbhr Sprinas IM aeoent aelot sty mares aed down to tImethl. Ialaneo rder anltive tion. all under tIass; goed ranse sadJseatl oad hen., with bath bern sad .ahbl. oem.ala two aramaries. ods: everything in good eoher: a; t cl a water rlsht of 1u inces. l pl of water. A Ithe.O. bl equlpped reach. Mr u4.@.a will saml n erty mer a eohase fr eless real estate. A well locates reah t 30 seres la the llter =t ll u tear miles freom temevill ti. eotr eal eavleat to ol ad u s ek h; asp wae'or; udetrtfa pet of hlidlos and corr'a Will e1chanse the oeles .l estate. Will ltende. farmlas implements, Rech I0 agree a Dewbeea rlerg newe leg hes fote ars mcerels set ,ii Ito ran abnout trees ean. Wil t a natl estate wenth 60 for equity, e w echnge oer coIdwoed ors steek. impreed rach er 10 srees new edeec. Mimeu: fram bhnc of theei reeosW hear ta apple sad peaeb trgeCs; IM sores ta sk. Sar walnst; no 1eembraues ewl ehanso Helena rea estate. A ae ou rmm dwmlll th smail lot ned a busnes lot with two boUidi. as i: toees change for a ranchk A neat brick rottage of Live gosedsdised eems aIse cellar, rartel plalmbl n these.e.m tthand a s rve-ream d o t lth toai L trto ire ne ai iei an wat or wos side. $1.110-Attraetlo aven-room dwl, pan try. thl eleoots, co. oll.t. ati wate . Met ids s eIoate ao a one~es from orr Ulne. $00 downr I.o.e oath. .l.1tS-- e ce tag on Eighth avenm, mar electric line: 3$5 down I.050--A 8v-l reum dwelling with ernese lot a I eattle strue; 3100 dows. Quats prope.r in Lamp gulh for sae. HOUHblS FOB RBENT. I%--odera eightroom dwelling, bath and for$ tse. No 61O tI'r. etl 614-imaver s Sw l with bath, as Third stret. nur sattls. boomaes et reta. tuarahed ad ualrlarLhed. MA THESON £ CO GOLD BLOCK. BTOCXHOfLDICRI MEETINO. The annual me,.tlrg of the stockholder. of the Pony Bold Mining company will be held at the olffie of the Helena and Livingston Imelting and Reduction com pany. Helena. Montana, on Tuesday. Nov. 2. 1N, at ii o'clock a. m., for the pur pose of ewliJng a board of iruIsts for the enouing year, and the traneaction of such other butinses as may properly ome befere It. U, As.Lar, annah... PROPOU ALS VORUOHOOLUILDING. U. I. Indilan srlor Blakheet Aoenyr, Meotana. Plewa, Teton County, Mon. ta, Novembr 1,M. Sealed op ls, endorsed: "Proposals fer, I U n '" an addre*ed to the an-, derslwg PeIt na, Montana. will be resoved aut this a u ntti one o'oleok p. m. of Saturday, November It, let, o, ftrnloshtlg the aooessary muterials rad labor an erectinr and oompleting on the sta selected therefor, at the ltackfet bearing school, one (1) frame school building, according to the plans and speotlloa.on, which may be exam lnod at the eoee of the Independent. of eltesa, Montana, and at this agency. Proposals must state the length of time proposed to be oouumed In the construe tion. A term of prposal is attached to the peoalfoations. The atteteson of bidders is Invited to the act of congress, approved August 1, IM, entitled "An acet relating to the lim Itatlon tf the hours of daily service of laborers sad me1hales* employed upon the pubUl works of the United States and of the District of Columbia;" also to the act of congress approved August 18. I14, entitled "An act for the proteo tion of persons furniashinl materals and labor for the construouoe of publio Th rsht to reserved to reject any or all bids or any part of any bid It deemed for the best interests of the service. CERTIFIED CHWCKS. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified cheek or draft upon some United States depository or solvent National bank in the vicinity of the residence of the bidder, made payable to the order of the Comltuloner of Indian Affalr, for at least five per oent of the .msunt of the proposal, which cheek or draft will be forfeited to the United States In case any bidder or bidders receiving an award shall tall to promptly execute a contract with good and sufficient sureties, other wise to be returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied by cash in lieu of cert.l.ed checks will not be considered. For any further information apply to CAPT. L6 W. COOKE, U. I. A., Acting Indian Agent. EHERIFTS SALB The Great Falls National bank, of Great Falls, plantiff, vs. B. C. Ashby, et al., defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and deero of foreclosure and sale issued out of the districot court of the First ju diolal district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on the 17th day of October. A. D. tit., in the above entitled action, where in the Great Falls National bank, of Great Fails, the above named plaintiff, obtained a Judgment and decree of fore olosure and sale against L C. Ashby at aL, defendants, on the ITth day of Octo ber, A. D. it4, for the sum of 3,10ST.0, besides Interest, costs and attorneys' tees, which aid decree was, on the 11kt day of October, A. D. li1t, recorded in Judgment Book No. "J" of said court, at page - I am commanded to sell all those certa.a lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: The following pareels of realty in Hel ena, Lewis and Clarke county. Mon tana: The property known as the "Broad water block." being described particular ly as follows, to-wit: Commencing at an Iron pin In the east side of Main street, at the southwest cerner of the property formerly owned by Richard Leckey, and which has been conveyed to the olty of Helena, as and for an eitension of tlxth avenue to Main street; thence east along the south line of said Iixth avenue to Jackson street; thence south along the west line of Jackson street twenty-nine (3) teet: thence west and parallel with the south line of said Sixth avenue to Main stroet; thence north thirty (0) feet to the place of beginning, being thirty feet tront on Main street, and running back to IaeksLdm street; bounded ea the norjh by J.Utth avsnue, nm the east by Jaeson stret. ol the soith by the btlo building formerly owned by Charles Lbh man, and on the west by Main street, and beting a part of lot twelve (IS), block thirty-seven (7T), and a strip off the south side of lot thirteen (11), In said block thirty-seven (tl, also portions of lots one (1), two (2). twenty (10), twenty one (21), and twenty-i*ve (), In block four hundred and eleven (411) of the origi nal townsite of Helena, more partioe larly described as follows, to-wit: Be ginning at a point on the west line of Main street, at the Intersection of the center line of the north foundation wall of the three story brick building known as the "Ashby block," which said point is distant northerly from the intersectlos of Sixth avenue and Main street at the southeset corner of block four hundred and eleven (411) forty-nine and four. tenths feet (40.0); running thence north erly along the west line of Main street fifty-one (51) feet, more or less, to the southerly edge of the south foundation wall of what is known as the "Sanford a Evans block;" thence westerly along the southerly line of the south founda tion wall of the "Sanford & Evans block" to a point on the eastern line of let twenty (W), in said block four hundred and eleven (411); thence westerly to a point in the eastern line of Fuller street, which said point is distant northerly from the southwest corner of said block four hundred and eleven (411), at its in tersection with Sixth avenue and Fuller street, one hundred (100) feet; thence southerly along the eastern line of said Fuller street forty-one and one-tenth (41.1) feet to the center line of the north foundation wall of the three story brick building known as the "Ashby block," thence easterly along the center line of the north foundation wall of the said "Ashby block" to the place of beginning. Also all the right heretofore vested in the estate of Charles A. Broadwater, deceased, and S. C. Ashby in the south party wall of the old portion of the sald "Sanford & Evans" building, declared in a certain agreement heretofore recorded, and now of record on page -, book 11, of the miscellaneous records of Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, as well as all the privileges and right of purchase as to the south party wall of the new west erly portion of said "Sanford & Evans" building, declared in a certain option agreement, now of record on page 272, book 10 of the miscellaneous records of said Lewis and Clarke county, Montana. Public notioe Is hereby given that on Monday, the 12th day of November, A. D. 184, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the front door of the court house, Helena, Lewis and Clarke county, Montana. I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the abshove described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, to the highest and besj bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand this Wth day of October, A. D. 1N4. CHARLES D. C1TRTTI, Sheriff. By Charles Gabisch, Deputy Sheriff. Toole & Wallace, Plaintiff's attorneys, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Charles Nelson, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administrator of the estate of Charles Nelson, deceased, to the credit. ors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchern, with. In four (4) months after the first publl cation of this notice, to the said adlmin. istrator at his relidence, No. 1117 Broad. way, city of Helena, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Lewis and Clarke. J. ARMITAOG, Administrator of Charle Nelson, de. ceued. Dated October 3, 134. FAT PEOPLE Ster " e Os'.