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IS LIKE HIS FATHER'
Pe Pltuw of Young Czar Nicholas II., With Details That Seem to Be Truthful. LONG APPRENTICE OF ALEXANDER. The Four Functlonaries Who Will Have Most Influence Over the Destiny of Russia. Paris, Nov. 17.-A Ilussian function ary who traveled with the present iull' during his voya.ge a roiundl the world. gives the following sketch of the y'oung Monarch, which is now running through anl the F'rench papers: "There Is not a word of truth in the stories that are told about the yoiung man who has just taken the seeptir from the hands of his father, and who Is henceforth destined to be the arbiter of Ilth peaie of the world. It has been sati that Nieholas II. will exhibit quite a 'liff, rnt policy from that of his father; that he will endeavor to give inot h r orlintation to the friendships and allilances o f Itutssi, and that IlI the Internal iffa'irs , the empire he will innauguraIto ithbrIa reforms. "flow little tilhese wrlt ter who in this off-hand way ftx the future fate oft nl tlions know the young man who has ust becoe.t thi, povereign master of 0,000.(O4l0 of subjects! Not only has he been edutatt d hby his fitther. but. it can be truly said. his mind has been fash Ioned in csome deg.r by the illustrious deceased.. whoml he iatored, and all of whose xiltiale.t conceptitons he adtnred. And how ctuld it be oths.rwlse in a family In which the most t.nlder alffe tion united the father to his children' During the voyage around the world I remlember well that every week the courier brought to the ezarevitch and to his brother, the (Irand Duke Gletr1t', not only letters, but ala little laoxesi filled with fruit. and sometimes mush rooms, which the young princes wire very fond of. Upon every one of these oxzes there was always written by the hand of the emperor or the empress the words, 'athered by ourselves for our dear sons.' "In character the young csar resem bles his father, and Indeed it might al must be said that he possesses in some degree even an exaggeration of his father's good qualities. He is a hard worker and understands everything that he hears and everything that he sees. But the thing that astonishes me to that everybody can say that he has German sympathies. I could not even express the little sympathy that he has for the German princes. I appeal to all his intimate friends, who have heard him criticise the policy and the per sonal acts of Emperor William. And, on the other hand, who does not know that his constant regret was that he could not visit Prance and see Paris, which he considered a sort of Eden? Probably it was a little on that account that his father would not permit him to go to Paris before being married. "As to his sentiments toward Eng land, they are altogether of a different order. He was ill at ease in the pres ence of Queen Victoria, but he has quite a filial affection for the Prince of Wales, whose affable and merry disposition captured him completely. On the other hand, he has a profound horror of the English policy. In Egypt one evening at a private dinner, the question came up touching the peculiar methods which the English sometimes employ In exotic countries to suppress the sov ereigns that give them trouble, and also touching the stories that were told concerning the death of the Sultan. The (arevitch ?xp ,ssed hlfndif with that profound political honesty which he taxes from his father in terms of hor ror for such methods of government. and I have not forgotten the vehement words which he pronounced. During the two past years the csarevitch, every day when he was not traveling, worked several hours with his father, studying all the affairs of internal and external policy. Certainly he did not believe that he would be called so quickly to the heavy responsibility of supreme power, but it seemed necessary for him, as long as possible, to be the apprentice of his father. "Now, who will have any Infiuence with the new emperor? The best and most Intimate friends of the late em peror. There are four of them especially toward whom he entertains particularly friendly sentiments. These are Prince Woronzoff-Daschkoff, minister of the court; the General Aide-de-Camp Teherevine; Gen. Richter. and finally. and above all, the procurer general of the sacred synod. dPohedonosteff. the former tutor of the deceased emperor, whose influence was preponderant dur Ing the. reign that has just fini:;h1., The Int., czar never acted witho'ut con sultini 1').1bdonr11tzeff. Th mn w czar will inttino. t'o hb." nlightiutcd by this powerful n1,il anit great patriot. As t, 3M. die ; ,lr.. h. will pr- s.rv,, his place, but his ittuence, which almounte.l I. lit tle or nothling will I.' neithIr nugmIt.l ed nor imintished., Moreover, it is ,asy to see the little Intu.ance that the chan cellor lpos.esss In Itssl:tl poltcy, whtl we remembher that the dying emllperor did not call him to Li\adina but Immediatelly sent for Poi.pdonostzeff. "Of course the new empl,eror will he surrounded by family Intl-neetes. He has profound sympathy for the king and qulleen of I reece., but th- only one of h!s rel.atvl\'es whi hencefo'rth will he listel.ne to ,y him with rlspct wil heihis gralnd uncle, the Grand luke. Michel Nicila li S1..5. '"T'h st,"ry f' tilt martingo ,if Nlchit ins II is a.s' as litti' kmtwn as his charactetr. It is jitII tl'nli. that f'r' two years h." W.h,,tI lltt,.i ilinatil'n f",r th*. unit]. Ii' flint t1utt t. marry at t;,I m ant Jri( 'xs. .ianI it i t fil t th:t* th, lit , .1 ' ll"I n I, I i. ; I. u ' 1,-I t lth l till0 nI I i" Ii ni.. n : ' nuII 1i t 'l i , t I ai i' ' V ii, L11. t 1. ' .1 4 1 h 11 1,' ' I ilt . . il .t hi it, ' 1 111,i i iI'II.: it t ' 1n o1t ' ltfll ( 'n ' sI I'' u'iis it i li t , I, l V had ni ' t r. - that ot .1 "'' i'11 . kn-" is that 1ai il- f r I II ' , r "' t P11 1 * ' iv v 1' t ' thu I '' " it' iiiiit'i it, itr 'i "N i, ,ii, ' II hll , r B i' If l *'i :i hi 1,l nMr. 1. . rTiiv, wl l i us iit'cn tf Ihe drI g' I in "llt ih., r ll',t ll) i \y fur .U ,'v l ir -l\t'n i ' li r ,i ' I ' "" h ill] t ifll rl it h . i ix . o, t r ttiiiir i tllil i ' ' , ,no t h h. r itl, r r Itll h k ,'t .I , a i ln I t t;i. a l, I it fl other an. ord I t till'h w' ith' ri.l "w lrm vhi so. ," am *+l, to h*i ithl his h.. ll rcaI t ol who"tllo., h ll.. or ai by tlll rl yg I n K.ll.IIIOl. than *b@uU fcnmty of refined toilet ho 1'I hallte. Poem n' thail fmbtor hery thI. I sxt ylthulir;a te , urvit i. rll Mr. W. Itll,.,) I wil), w has been In the than any uth'"r tlugh In, di|ine I have ever nob. 1 " Th,'t." 1"4 pooil rl.-a on for this. No oth.,r " wIll irI ." in cld it. 'ii., k I)'; no uther s Peo .ertain ai preventuv, f croup; no other affords so mui h I,,11t,[ lI1 cases of whooping coulh. For sale by til druggrsts. COMPLEXION POWDER e an absolute necessity of refined toilet In itcate. Possoni's combinse every t of beauty "n purity. '. Only a Scar Remains Screfula Cured - Bload PurifIed by - Hood's Sareaparllr. "C. I. Hlood a Co. Lowell, Mass.: " It is \wtih pleasure that I send a teastlmonW conecruing what flood's Slaraparilla has done for my daughter. It is a wonderhfl mcdletle and L ,annot recommend It too highly. SaraL, who is fourteen years old, has been Afflicted With Scrofula ever sinae she was one year old. For ive years she has had a running sore on one side of her IeesWe ted every remedy recommeuded, bit' othl agd er asy d tll we oomnneoctc u mete use tlood Ns ara s because Hood's> Cures It had cured her of dyapepels. She had been troubled with that complaint since childhood. and sin'e her cure she has never been without a bottle of flood's Barsaparila in the house. We comnmeseed giving It tu aah about one year ago, and l It has conquere the running sore, Only a' Scar Remalnlng as a trace of the dreadful disease. Previous to taking the medkeine her eyesight was affected but now she can see rfectly. In cenlnoctlon with Ilood's arsaplril we have used l Hood('s Vegetable 1' iit, aid find them the beat." Mls. MAnRi Un'ylN, Xenla, Illinois. Hood's P.I . clre nausea, slck headache, htdi etio. bill usness. Sold by :l drussNtts Helena Employment Agency W. B. Cook. Proprietor. M Edwards Street. Telephone 33. -WANTB- MIning camp hotel for sale for less than one-half it value. Trunks to store at 6e a month. 2 mOn WaLtors n Hotel, ean plsoe, I0 a math emeh. lier to week for bhasd and So to heelo. Rt wa ey t l sTU ATIONI WA.SIS D-I3UAL3. SITUATION WANTED - gCmpetent dressmaker would like to eow in dress mekina shop. Call or address "Dress maker", over Broadway Grocery, Corner Broadway and Davis streets. SITUATION WANTED-Woman wants any kind of work by day at home. Washing and Ironlng done good and cheap. Please call. 108 Breckenridge. A GOOD SEAMSTRESS wants work by the day; children's clothing a specialty. Address O. M., this office. SITUATION WANTED-By a competent girl to do general housework. Address H. S., poetofflee. SITUATION WANTED- As Oook. Please address M. K. B.. this office. SEWING WANTED-Chldren's sewing and plain sewing, at prices very low. 1,000 Ninth avenue, corner Idaho. SITUATION WANTED-Woman desires position to do general housework. Ad dress M. H., this oflce. SITUATION WANTED--By a competent young girl, to do general housework in small family, or second work (second work preferred). Address (0 Hillsdale avenue. SITUATION WANTED-Woman wishes position as chambermaid or to take care of baby. Address Mamie Fulker son, this office. A GOOD colored woman wants a place for housework, as cook. .U0 Beattie street. WANTED-Children's sewing and plain sewing. Very reasonable prices. Call at 1007 Bedford street. ºITUATJiO. WAN.TTIIU-- ALK. A YOI'NG MARRIED MAN, shorthand writer and accountant, seeks position of any kind at moderate salary; references. (., this office. WANTED-A position as salesman, or would accept any position where the services of a good rustler is needed. Am willing to work on commission. T. LI. D., Inde,.pendent omrfe. MAN and wife, cooks., no children,. want work in country hotel or camp. t'all or tthirh' s, Cooks, 12 Park avenue, iHelena, Mont. W'VANTEI)-One or two furnaces to at tenln, by a competent, reliable man. Ad dr.e.s P. C.. care Independent office. 1II.LI' WANTF.D)--EMAICI AN EXAMINATION OlF APLPI('ANTH for teachers' certlficates will be held in the high school building, IHelena, begin ning Nov. 30. at nine a. m.. sharp. Mlnni A. Iteifenrath, county superintendent of schools. Olt IIENT- Yl'RNIIlEll RIO.OM, I;tl REnT' vURNIlIt t) uH1).4 HUIT-1 abio f,,r iout, keeptng or tro niers, t14 lol . lias avenue. I ()It ill NT Karat Rl\ r rhn hrm-( In i',lb ,rt' h 1u t.. l.i hth :,v, : 9i14. . |tt, ht lt hn u;tl",. M.r. I'h.1111 ,s ('ulbert. MiY Ll. I1:Et1 ,I, ' d \ ý 1 /t'iit bi' a l ! .t' I ' T.a : 1t \I : , \ V , r h' , Fi II: HAIlI:- Or itrll , sto' k of liardw:ie atl thu N. . 'ldept. J. A. IDrughty. SA NTEI) -I*CIII.,LAhII. u;, %ANTIt) t'tI'iLl IN P HlNCHi-MLLK Msyronne will meet her baturdll mWorn i n Ireash clas at the saditorlum every ttatur ,lay at !0:.:a0. n. A tfew more puil. can be so comlasdtat. ulition. #1 per month $'1 ' U If' '·1r , ItItW .M1!*;II I N': Then. wi() ~l)l b." a uu. Sr)\ .C" or tl. ! ;t 1. 1h 11 NUtoftheIli.l 1'Oi L't*" Itd Lit 'Ai'I')N IIrien, %Ion Mody N itbr I 0111''.. by t1ary of .a pUO4Mrl.'i Iut.I t I . In d.m Kt ,. isrtmnit, ro tr .I~nt,, hi t n thi II' l. :r , t if 10,) y tt 11. r $ 1d, 1 1*s . 1 ) el min,, w t flyd (-is, , kth l.eI,1 t: un~~~~K tNy I e aI atI I.L, H... r h.'t t.m m y, Iltr1 ee , iMont t S.1,1 01 k I. in. t omplr lno hanit g s It f ."n ..h tt I .Ftr n ibis h..meatealL d entry No. I, I. llrr.l r ",1'N. 4a:It .erntn r d tlo at I ge. 1 nba:.1,11, IItto,, tuna.' t w. Ii I.."wl nitsl Clllk.·J .nt A . JI.I.INI4n. with a view ton the , au" rlbttlon o) f lCe entry, the aalP l artl,",. ur"" ..-,''b Mum mono,·r to nppear ct thin 'All-, o In the· 12th rlay o De--mber, M94, t IU o'',·lo.'k it. m., to revpon.I and flrnk~h t"Mtlrnrloy con. cernlllg said allowrr( abandonment.n( J1 ItEMIAI1 ('UI.I,INH1 orri Employment It lmaY m I# s Oeal.. Jaltn eoo l. 1.. NAruise. Empleyleit lelad`Rat 1 . ;ret oehk rsNeumm HNUcmm- , I to boy broomt hoes. befusa " f M tit witha. ~7'n~. e er houses for t ¢teo brick house us NilladmS bteak urn . CLe f.for sae Is ka ti Addlism esh Leadini g otels of HB eia IL t WLa 3yal ONeIli Loosed4 with s)I Waois ra CeIM~eh Nui to for Cusi.r. srlag aoi madalm 3 QrtJI tC~_ZiLJ LYkltr. rry Tim oeA A. ILQ r:I. IIAS nortt gmt eo mere tyavo ;. kI1Nluetr oýu3·rink, dent ý~sb L cactis . withk w i THi'7 ORANDON CAFIE, U'nder the Orandon hoteL Erickson & Cavanaugh. Props. The best dining room In the city. ]ome cooking, home delicacies. BSard b the day or month. TH6 WP L vle uie. ro eY. A gnt(clm hotel on the Aaerlan am UU E prm pp sae. S m Fee rtnt crcdeS a se, modatiaM. SIate Fl. " I.. and mwsOs. ýTOCJWXLL-Ie the name of the amy hotel L.soe.tI np d to the piuis %wu fur alebod mad Stt. with stea hint deaseile Ugt./ eletrie all and Mrms h.ll s. faet au the ,ýodsm p :oeae t eatrei lesasd. trb..tdwv. i. A. Ueewmi. otis. baiqt sad el'e Pase Y ftk4Nly rt-eloa wih ass, .1.51,11 V" Com YMal mos hoee Stitmib R Ma r wrtOV-Kmh . C. a Il. K seaed Use willr J~tTiih rieU raaIlAdpleas "eet a note o epeea a hw dqe se to s. eme. Her tee m o we THE PALMER HOUSE. i. 0. D. Iuldvaa, Proprietor. Centrally located, with moder eoa yenlencea. First claus accommodatloae for translente. at reasonable lte. Headquarters for mining mw. Maim street, foot of Grand, Meema. Mewl THE BROADWAY CAF. 1 Denver Block. J The most centrally located family J e taurant in the city. Easy of acc.eq and , the table Is the best to be found any where. Terms very raseu&abl a ARLINGTON HOTEL- A DYER & DOUGHTY. Proprietorl. d Fireproof building and one of the largest b in the city; all modern conveniences; cen trally located on Main street: electric cars j pass to all railroad depots; an excellent i. table. Rates, $1.5 to $1.50 per day. Noe. f 411, 413, 415 Main street. I C No. 1477. d APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. a U. S. Land Omice, Helena, Montana. s Sept. 20 1t84. I Notice Is hereby given that John Cam eron and Right C. Lles, of Rlmini. LewIs 2 and Clarke county, Montana, and Ed ward McGovern. whose postoMefie ad dress in Butte, Silver Bow county, Mon tana, and William Owaley, of Twin Bridges. Madison county, ontana, and Louis blalley, of Silver Bow county. Montana, have this day filed their appli cation for a patent for 1,500 linear eet of the Ousley lode mine or vein bearing gold and silver, with surface ground from t 345.5 feet to 100 feet In width, situated In no organized mining district, county of .efferson. and state of Montana. and deo. ignated by the field notes and offllt.i plat on file In thil office as survey No. 3.00, In township 8 north, range S we*t, of prin a'll base line and meridian of Montana, sild survey No. 3680 being as follows, to* I wit : I('ginning at corner No. 1, a tree 1 ft In diameter, marked 1-31110, for corner No. 1, from which corner No. 1 of survey No. 2766 bears n 24 deg, 48 min a 1,334.6 ft. and I th, ne corner of sec 2, twp 8 n. r 5 w, hears n :)0 dleg 3 m e 2.9S9.3 ft, and run ning from thence n 63 deg .u2 min w 1,521.4 ft. thence a 17 deg and 20 min w 100 ft. thence a 72 dleg 40 min e l.fdi ft. thence n 17 deg 20 min e 345.5 ft to said corner No. I ni i the place of beginning, magnetic I variation 20 deg 30 min e, containing 15.L 3 acresc. The location of thin mine is recorded in irt. county r.corder's office of Jefferson I county, Montana. There are no adjoin Ing claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely I any tIortlon of lsaid Otuley locl,. mint of surface iaround ar'e requlircd to file their uidvere. claims with the regltqtr of the I'nlit-l State. land office at Hel.lena, in th,' stotei of .lontlann., dutiln thi" sixty IIt,,'' pI" 'lo of ,ibili ation he t,-f, or they IllI to i,.i ll', Iby virtl" of ih rlpl.siondi of thi : It rti e. W\. .: 't.1X itgister. St.rltlng & .Iiffly, attorineys oe claim. First ipullicntlon Helpt. 23. 2194. N lTl(E'. (IF II EA lU \ai. In th," dl.'rh t r ~·o ill1 or (Ih." l'i't IlddICIA ,I= :tor It'." itt". of M.onltcinii In and In lb Ih u sloi of the Mslulp of Mlathlaa ItsI kn.·rr I.", .-am- j .Iain1 L': lU111(. livlng l-r*.i.ntp4 to "It''" 1. u11 1 .11I fl .ll with the ((J(·lk thereof I. lt ii .liv of Nlv'.fmi1,i, A. I,. 1594, I~" 1 1') loig %llIM for Hn oIll HIrI 'Iuring t io" :I IInillll+It:llnl', with Ihl' 1II 'I~ nl'h. edl hl, ,I' ;, rat . It axe, nllll Io ",,Il'l p,"tllon-o cr: tome 'of thle fIull.,w g ," l'e.rbe' 1I 3 ". f t to-wI t: All Ii tit 1111 lot. ph~i nl par, ""1 of hull. rllluut," It Jlly and hI-ho; In Ih." I-ty of Fipnrjl.i, ,',inty of I wI'l tI so ('lurk», aind afIrI. if .Montana, rilth";I t,1 ;InrtleUlarly d r*liI1I,..,l a. fol. In ww, (I -A lt: 1,o) nine' 141, IIIII 'h." went ''('I In, . 'a or lot t.'n (In,, Ii liock one ,ivt if ll"I*nn. Monitana. Natl. Is here lv: t.vii- that ihe salid l-oon I". suedi lat 1111)·? . h1( I:1II Qiy n)( II· 1.111-r, A. D.r) 1"11, 1. Iii tie'ourt room (Ir It'u'm1 ii nt No. of fll'i ntl IrIt eouri, In IIi.. ti, of He . » nltiiiatn. a.l t.' iln 1,. l are for ttii t'l'ow Ituile', If any, Il -o 'I order IlHated Noytinher 0Il, A. It n' it ll IIIA of thte Polny (loll tlnlntlxt 'I Ii pny will 111 hall lat I he omuc' or itt, 11, tena and l.Ivlngitito $ifllltllig utu It""tl, Iltjn tOlD lalny, lloena., M ontati, l l Nov. 'ii, lIJ1I, lit II *'t lonck It tit . for the pur Pais,.1 of 14i±.J 0 ifti bioart If Ii is ees for the ensuingt y'ar, and Ith' ii tIlunatlon @1 .11th other titoilne.. as ticay Pilp.tily come fitfore It. elnMerit., Nov. 10, l 4, AMoND3D UMM Ox. In the dat sonurt e tir .nt etael 4leats I the sateW o t M in oand r e eaty .ef lawi alarke eametl O l pld tif. TS Jebs (. MeaOn, t. Thbe tate oi otant s.ds gm ireati to the above named defeadat., You 1re hereby repuled to qpea- to an action brought aganlst you by the above named plaintiff i the dtIdet4 court of the ITWt Judielal 4iatrtit of the state of Montana, In and for thie uanty of Lewis a =d drk to aonwer the complaint Ilha th within tea days (exclusive of the dla of erivioe) after the servi oa oe f this summons. It served wiUthin etle *Nni or it served out of this county, but within this dis triot, withi twenty das; otherwise within forty days, or judgment by de fault wil be taken arainst you accord Ing to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover the sum of four hundred and eighty-esi dollars upon an account for labor and services of plaittiff in transporting ores, concen trates nad merchandise in the countles of Lewis and Clarke and Meaher, state aforesaid between the fourth day of July. A. s. 1. 4, and the twentieth day of September. D. 1M4, performed at the request of plaintiff; and costs of suit . And you, are hereby notified 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-lix dollars. Given under my hand and the seal of the district court of the First (SEAL) Judicial distrlct of the statie of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 16th day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand sad eight hundred and ninety-four. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. 0. W. FREEMAN. Deputy Clerk. Endorted: Blake & Penwell, attor neys four plaintiff. IHERIFF' BSALE. George Thomas Jackson, plaintiff, vs. John A. Zeigler, Abigail M. Zeigler, his wife, James 8. Featherly, administrator of the estate of Asubah I. Dalley, deceased, Charlotte M. Peague, Helen A. Steele. Ruth A. Dailey, Eunice Z. Featherly, Charles A. Dalley. Gertrude B. Dailey and Lambert B. Dailey, defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the First judi cial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on the lth day of November, A. D. 114, in the above entitled action, wherein George Thomas Jackon, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and de cree of foreclosure and sale against John A. Zeigler, et al., defendants, on the 16th day of November, A. D. 14M, for. the sum of $4,110 besides laterest, costs a4d attor neys fees, which said decree was, on the 16th day of November, A. D. 114., recorded In judgment book No. J. of said court, at page -. I am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces or parcels ot land, situate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Lots numbered sixty-seven (IT). sixty-eight (M), sixty-nine (U) and seventy (7), In block numbered twenty (10); also lot numbered seventy-one (TI), in said block numbered twenty (3), with the exeuptlon of nineteen and one. half feet in the rer of the eastern end of the same: also lot numbered one hun. dred and twelve (111), in said block num. bered twenty (31), reference being had to the official plat of the townalte of the city of Helenal on file in the office of the coun ty clerk and recorder of Lewis and Clarke pounty, state of Moentana the whole of .aid lota having a freLtage of about one hundre feet on Clore street, and being the same lots that are described in the following deeds to the said defendants, John A. Zeigler, Benjamin Dailey to John A. Zeigler, dated March 24th, 131, re corded in book V bf deeds, page 311; James King to John A. Zeigier, dated October 4, 1*4, recorded in book 4 of deeds, page 306; also First National bank of Helena to John A. Zegller. dated February 14, 11, record ed in book 6 of deeds, page 87. Together with all and singular the tenements, heri ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywlee appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 10th day of December, A. D. 1t04, at 11 o'clock m. of said 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 de. cree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judg. ment. with interest and costs, to the high est and best bidder for cash In hand. Given under my hand this 10th day of November. A. D. 184. CHARLES D. CURTIS, Sheriff. By FRED E. HOB, Under Sheriff. H. B. Hepner, plaintiff's attorney. ASSIGNEE'S SALE. I hereby offer for sale on Nov. 2?, 1894, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following described' property, via: Forty acres of land, being the ne% of sw % In section 14, township 11 north, range 3 west. Thirty acres of land, being the w ~ of e % of nw ' of nw % and the w S of nw % of section 23, township 11 north, range 3 west. l11 shares Whitlatch Union stock. Sale positive. No reserve. Address sealed bids to F. D. DOLIVER, Assignee of Helena Steam Heating and Supply company. NOTICE. Any and all persons indebted to me, as assignee of the Helena Steam Heating and Supply company, are hereby notified that all accounts must be settled before Dec. 1. 1894. My address is Jackson Music Co., Helena. FRANK D. DOLLIVER, Assignee of Helena Steam Heating and Supply company. Sale and Exchange. As Improved raseh three miles from While lpIhur Uprig !0 soares; about sixty acre oeeded down to tioethy. baleaoe usdor enltlva tion, all ander tose; :gud rage adjacenta good beau, with bth, barn ead .tabl,. eurrals, two gr.arius. shed.: orerytbllg in good oIJer; Anrt caur war r, ight of il) le. alway pleat, of water. A theeoghlyb equil pd obeh. Prles 4.d2O; will aon oae er trms or aeshnge for Ho1ea rest estate. A well looate raeh of 1U orees In the Bitter Ihot vallrl., tour mile from ite.ver ille. t o oounly eat: couvenloat to woaoo. and church: imp wea'rt ulader tile.: pleoty of balkltang end correa'. VWiL eehaafe fm r ,ielonu rel nestat. Will nlolude faorming implemnte ItasoL of 110 .mor eq wl boea ieri ve ewe log hose a asst asa nd orrals. blldlae immuared frt fS O mortgage e a rem. Lae of p0 teaon about thro see. Will tie M nmal estateo weeth 400 for eUatI. or wU esebase t seedweed e stoee. Imps cmh of a ore a ea ItOnden. M e a boe of three rooma 100 bIear Ing b trgee s I0 sore. timber, esk. aes atJ aso ueamibrea.e. Will e A sealeci l with small lot an4 a ba.Inee lot Idlage as 1: tols. o A Fe gett of Iee egoed.led rooms. rla i a el art plambllm am thte-ream aoottgs . a vona-room d4wlllag, on tooth Nlt stre toe trade for a geed reldeaee on mat or wumte ale. 66,1o--AttrmIstie eoves-rolm dwelling. pas try, tha eleats. rolar, eitr wa.nWr. hai op wen eld . as. 'e'sIas morease . one t e00 rom enr Il; $M1 dews. $ j pea mouth. l.("-- te t oee o a Eighth rease.m near e ito Iu dews $1.000-A ve-.em l dwelllng with oroe let a eatstle etm fate dews. (Jata plrosesuut In Lamp gaulk ter Se. HOUSER FOR RENT. l--Med r elght-room dwelliag. bath and ntoa. YNo 1 ad stree -Ieyoa~reom . wlilag with bath, an tl s tr e r *a Peattle se o fOy teat. fIurajshed and aafr.rlhed. MA THESON & CO GOLD BLOCK. a. Um. of laturday, Novembe, lt, ISt aor ftrsll the SeOeO y umtealat and lbor and erettag and eomplettal en the She selected thereor t tht ie kot beStading seeeel, e $* Uaie sehool building, secordlaI to t pl sad speeollestiona which may be eram sed at the sloe of the Independeni, of NMoea,. Montana, sad at this agesey. Propoeale must state the leth of Sims proposed to be soenumid In the conmstre. eon. A form of propoesal i attached to the speiacatloles. The attention of bidders is Invited to the act of congress, approved August I. 1S1, entitled "An not relatiPr to the Pm Itation of the hours of daily servcoe of laborers and mechanics employed upon the public works of the United States and of the District of Columbia;" also to the act of congress approved August 13& 1554. entitled "An act for the proteo tion of persons furnishing materials and labor for the coastruetles of pubtlc works." The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or any part of any bid If deemed for the beet Interests to the servicOe CERTIFPIED CH ?CKI. Each bid must be accompanied by a certilted check 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 ('ommlsaloner of Indian Affairs. for at least ave per cent of the amount of the proposal, which check or draft will be forfelted to the United States In oane any bidder or bidders receiving an award shall fail to promptly execute a contract with good and suflcient surettes, other wise to be returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied by cash in ieu of certified checks will not be considered. For any further information apply to CAPT. I. W. COOKE, U. 8. A., Acting Indian Agent. SHEnFIiS BSALE, The Groat Palls National bank, of Great Falls, plaintiff, vs. S. C. Ashby, et al.. defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale lussed out of the district court of the First ju. dicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county oft lewis and Clarke, on the 17th day of October, A. D. 1M4, In the above entitled action, where in the Great Falls National beak, of Great Falls, the above named plaintiff, obtained a Judgment and decree of tore closure and sale against 8. C. Ashby et al., defendants, on the 17th day of Octo her, A. D. 1I4. for the sum of 5.1MH.8, besides lterest, costs and attorneys' tees which said deeee was, em the 1tth day of October, A. D. NM, reeorded In Judgment Book No. "J" of said court, at page I am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pleces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being i the county of laews and Clarke, stato of Montana, and bounded and described as tfollows, toeWit: The followinlg pa.rlo of mrlty in Eel ena, Lewis and Clarks county, Men tans: The property known as the "iead water block," being described partlelar ly as follows, to-wit: Commencing at an ron pin In the est side of Maln street, at the southwest oorner e the property formerly ownep by Rlohard 1Mbek, and which has been ooveyed to the Olty of Helena, as and for an estsltom of gMth avenue to Main street; them e at along the south line of said Utth avenue to Jackson street; thence south along the west line of Jackson street twenty-ine (W) teet; thence west and parallel with the south line of said Sixth avenue to Main street; theance north thirty () feet to the place of beginning being thirty test front on Main street, and running beek to Jackson street; bounded on the north by Sixth avenue, on the east by Jackson street, on the south by the brick buildingr formerly owned by Charles Ioh man, and on the west by Main street, and being a part of lot twelve (I), block thirty-seven (IT), and a strip off the south side of lot thirteen (11), in said block thirty-seven (0), also portions of lots one (1), two (l), twenty (3), twenty one (21), and twenty-ave (S), In block four hundred and eleven (411) of the origi nal townsate of Helena, more particu larly described as follows, to-wit: Be glnning 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 intersection of Sixth avenue and Main street at the southeast corner of block four hundred and eleven (411) forty-nine and four tenths feet (8.4); running thence north erly along the west line of Maln stret ifty-one (51) feet. more or less, to the southerly edge of the south foundation wall of what is known as the "Sanford & 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 lot twenty (20), in said block tour 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 renter 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 riLht 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 said "Sknford - Evans" building, declared in a certain agreement heretofore recorded, and now of record on page -, book 13, of the miscellaneous records of Lewis and Clarke cohnty, 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 7, book tU, of the mlr.cellaneous records of said Lewis and Clarke coumty, Montana. Public notlce Is hereby given that on Monday, the 19th lday of November, A. D. 1i94. 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 obedienc'e to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above descrihed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Judgme.nt, with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand this 29th day of October, A. D. 1894. ClIARI,EiH D. CI'RTIS, Sheriff. By ('haries (lablsch. Deputy Sheriff. Toole & Wallace. PlaIntiff's attorneys. NOTICE. TO CREDITORI. Eatalt of Charles Nelson, deceased. Noti.e Is hereby given by the.under signed, administrator of the estate of Charles Nei.on, deceased, to the credtt ors of and all persons having claims against th. said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, with. In four (4) months after the first publi. cation of this notice, to the said admin Istrator at his residence, No. 111? 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. 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