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streets and pavement* caving in when thev have been undermined. There is irrave eau.se of apprehension from this and every precaution will lie taken to prevent disaster. Several small cave-ins have oc curred in different parts of the city, but no accidents are yet reported. Travel on street cars was resumed this morning be tween all sections. Relief committees have been hard at work distributing food and fuel to the needy. Literal donations of money, food, clothing and fuel continue pouring in and no outside aid is necessary. Many families are quartered at the public halls and it will he several days before their houses will lie lit to live in. Cincinnati, February 8.— The river is rising more rapidly. At noon it marked feet !» inches, teing a rise of two inches in three hours. No additional loss is re ported and no loss of life on tbisside of the river. In Newport. Ky., at an early hour this morning, Wm. lierhart, a bugler ot the United States troops at Newport barracks, fell from a skiff while trying to reach the -econd story of the barrack building and was drowned. Mrs. Waddle, a widow liv ing in Newjiort, became a raving maniac on account of the Hood. She was a poor woman with several children, and lived in the Hooded district. Neighbors took «■barge of her children, and on account ot lier not being able to see them, she ima gined they were drowned, and to-day is hopelessly insane. , , The river is 0-2 feet 7 inches high, the weather warmer and a drizzling ralQ - Wheeling. February 7.—The river i> -.1 feet and falling slowly. The steamers Delle and Prince went down to Ben wood to transfer passengers to Monudsville. Weather cloudy aue cool. M km I'll IS, February T he river at noon to-dav was live feet seven inches be ,,vv the danger line and rising at the rate -Van inch an hour. From the present outlook, unless the Tennessee „jppi rivers commence rising and add to the Hoods pouring out of the Ohio, we do uot « \nect au overtiow. . r ioKKno, February 8.-Advices from up river jK.iuts to-day report the water about up to the Hood mark oi last year. Ihe water is three feet above tlieordiuary stage and stationary. A large tug is employed 'n breaking the ice from ni Iront ot the city •m.l up and down the river to laeihtate the !)o w lake ward and prevent a gorge when the final crash occurs. , . j oi isVii.uk« February 8.-ihe Hood sit uation has not materially changed since vesterday. The river continued rising Ilowlv till H o'clock this morning, when it came to a standstill with 3» feet 6 inches n the canal. The Kentucky river at Frankfort is falling rapidly with 21 feet inches now in the channel There wa* hut little suffering here and tha promptly relieved by the relict committee The water was within five feet ot the highest 1K ChVunnatti, 0., February n.-The day has teeu one of anxious suspeuse and con stant speculation as to continuance and rise of the mer. The average during the day has teen slightly over an inch per hour the weather being cloudy with occasional driz /hng showers. All eyes turned of course to up river prospects. There the prospects are not encouraging. True, a tall has been pronounced at Pittshurgh.aml actual though flow decline at Wheeling, thence down ward no news can lie had until Uallopolis is reached, 200 miles above Cincinnati. Still no communication with Parkersburg, or Marietta. News from Zanesville how ever is that the Muskingum river was at an unprecedented heiglith and still rising, showed that a chance tor a lall at Marietta would be small, for the Muskingum enters the Ohio at that point. At (jallopolis at 1:30 p. m., the river had risen ten inches above high water mark of last year and was still rising at ateut four mches au hour, lu general, rain has fallen along the west side of the mountains, as Chattanooga reports four inches ot rainfall in the past thirty-six hours. In east Tennessee, com ing farther down the liver Cattletsburg. Ky.. at noon, reports heavy rain and says that the storm is general. This makes the Big Sandy another big feeder for the Ohio at that point. These facts indicate that the fall cannot te rapid. At best the lall cannot reach Cincinnati before Monday or Tuesday next with the present rate that will bring the water above last years Hood. i bis estimate is based upon the . outinuance of the present weather. Pros pect of cold weather has gone and there is greater probability of moie rain. Cincinnati, February 8.— The river at MX o'clock was fifty-two leet and ten and out-half inches, and at nine was sixty-three leet. having risen half an inch an hour. Relief work continues promptly. Large sub scriptions are made daily on change. A large vacant storeroom is used as head quarters, but supplies are distributed sys tematically through various branch depots located near the submerged district. To day 1,000 hams, 2,000 pounds of corued beef, cooked, and 6,000 loav es of bread were distributed besides tree meals were given at the Market house to all who applied. 2,iHiO people are sleeping to-night iu school houses. Relief teats, ten iu uurnter, uu der the coutiol of associated charities, ply through Hooded districts, distributing food, tedding where necessary to occupants iu houses. At Cattletsburg, Ky., the situation is de plorealde. Ouly one hotel aud one grocery remain open. Three hotels aud thirty or more business houses are closed by the Hood. The people are occupying the court house and school house. The river is ris ing at the iate of two inches an hour. Wheeling, February 8.— The distress and suffering caused by the flood is hourly growing worse, and with all the voluuteers that eau he empluyed the reliel commit tees are uot able to find the homeless aud destitute as fast as supplies are needed, («lass lactones, stores, public aud private schools and churches are converted iuto homes for refugees. The work ot the relief committees is carried on as rapidly as pos sible. The steamer Belle Prince was char tered by the B. & O. road, and taken to Monudsville, and thence up Grave creek to the nearest point that trains could ruu, where passeugers who had te*en flood bound lor two days were takeu on teard aud brought to the city. Five iinmeu.se slides, that cover nearly a mile of the B. & O. track betweeiphere and Mouudsville, have occurred, and it will te a week after the falliug of the water before trams can reach the city. Word has teen received from Wellsburg, that the people there are absolutely suffering from famine. At Beuwood the situation was ns bad. But a relief party visited there ou a steamer and lefta literal supply of provisions. A window glass factory, believed to te from Wellslmrg, is lodged south of the city. The Baltimore «& Ohio eugiue shops are < arried away. Two unknown men were upset at the head of the island from a skiff and clung to the willows for two hours. A crowd was watching hut powerless to save them. Wheeling is in danger of famiue. Nearly the bakeries and many groceries are beneath the water. The milk supply is exhausted and there is no meat except salt meat. Three large tauueries have beeu washed away, and the loss will reach f*50,000. Other tanneries will lose nearly as much by inundation. Thieves have been detect e«l chopping holes in the roof's of sub meiged houses and stealing the contents, fhe mayor this evening swore in 100 extra policemen, who will patrol the Hooded por tion of the city all night. At the present rale ol falling the water will be telow the danger line by daylight. Ripley, O,, February, 8.—The loss will be fully equal to that of last year. Many houses have been swept from their founda tions. Two hnndred families are home less. The river is rising half an inch an hour to-night. A relief committee has teen organized and the citizens are tak ing care of their unfortunate neighbors. Louisville, February 8.— The feeling all dav has teen one of relief. It is thought that the flood can do no further damage. The outlook has not been so favorable as it was at noon. .Since then the weather has been moderating and to-night it has been raining slightly. The river has been rising since noon ateut a quarter of an inch an hour. At 10 o'clock to-night the gauge registered 40 feet 2 inches. The in dications are that the water will not rise much more. The worst situation now is Jeffersonville. The town has not suffered much yet, but a small rise will Hood the whole place. There are fears that the railroad will give way which would inun date the whole town. Grand Dictatok, O, February 8.—Our central relief committee are engaged in the work of aiding the suffering humanity without regard to creed or color. We make uo appeal for aid but will gratefully receive such assistance as may be tendered by sister lodges. The militia are on duty to-night assisting the police. The gas is still burning but it is uot expected to con tinue till morning. Gali.a palis, O., February 6. —At 6 p. m. the river was rising 21 inches an hour and was then 26 inches above the high water mark of last year. The Western Union Telegraph has no connection with its oflices at Parkerburg, Marrietta, Pome roy, Huntington. Ashland, Riverton and Buena Vista Coshotox, O., February 8.—The Hood reached its highest point at midnight, teing twelve inches higher than ever be fore known. No trains have arrived since Wednesday. While crossing a swollen creek near Otsego a lady, whose name is unknown, missed her footing and was drowned. The three Nelson brothers, while out boatin , were struck by drift wood, and all three drowned. All were under twenty years of age. I RONTON, Ü., February 8.—The river is still rising two inches an hour. All west of Irontou is uuder water. Iu most of the villages along the Ohio river the people have left their houses and gone to high lands. Great distress is reported at various points. Toledo, O., February 8.—The latest ad vices from towns along the river above this city are that the water has passed the highest jioint reached last year. A gorge has formed between this city and Perrys burg, which has thus far kept the flood back, preventing any unusual rise of water here. Between Toledo ami Fort Wayne several gorges have formed. Cincinnati, O., February 9—H a. m.— The river is 62 feet six and a half inches, a rise ot four inches since 2 a. m. The weather cool and a drizzling rain. At Gal lipolis the water is four feet higher than last year and rising at the rate of an inch and a half an hour. At Marysville, sixty miles ateve here, it is within two inches of last year's flood and rising an inch an hour. The weather all over the Ohio val ley is foggy and drizzling, but not much rain is falling. The gas lasted all through the night aud there is still a supply ou hand this morning. Wheeling, February 9.—The scene in this city is indescribable, and no pen can do it justice. The Hooded portion has been well provided for in the shape of food. As the waters subside the amount of destruction to be seen is simply appal ling. The Are engines have been employed in washing off the mud from the streets as the water recedes. The relief steamers that went down the river to Moundsville, Benwood aud Bellaire have not yet re turned, at this writing. 12 o'clock, noon, They had on teard a plentiful supply oi provisions aud none in need ot food will suffer. Wellsburg, aud other points above the city are the worst off. Pittsburgh, Pa.—As the waters are steadily receding, affairs are resuming their usual condition, and in a few days all traces of the Hood will be obliterated. The effective a:rangement made for reliel pre vented much suffering, which otherwise would have teen experienced. Many man ufacturing establishments have resumed operations this morning and others start I up Monday. Louisville, February 9.—At noon to day the situation was still unchanged here and at the towns across the river. The weather has turued colder aud it stopped raining early this morning. The sun is trying to shine. The river has been almost on a stand since 6 o'clock this morning with 40 feet 4Ä inches of water in the canal. Cincinnati, February 9.—The river is at 63 feet 9 inches, and rising a little more than half on inch an hour. The weather is cloudy aud cooler. A Syndicate's Otter. Ottawa, February 8.—It is understood that the government has received an offer from a syndicate of New \ork capitalists to take the Canadian Pacific railway and complete it without further government aid. They also agree to give up the monopoly privileges and pay duty upon their material. Wholesale Killing in Arkansas. Hot Springs, Ark., February 9.—Three brothers, Frank, Jack and William Flynn, were proceeding home in a hack ateut 11 o'clock this morning, when a party ol seveu men, armed with double-barrelled shot guns and Winchesters, stepped out from the door of a saloon and opened tire upou them. Jack was shot through the head aud died in a few minutes ; William was shot through the breast and will probably die ; Frank received a shot in the hand, inflicting a slight wound ; Frank Hall the driver of the hack, was shot in the back and neck, and died within an houi afterwards ; Robert Hargrove, a by stander, was shot in the breast, aud will probably die ; J. H. Craig, a prominent lumterman, received a charge of buck shot in the breast, and bis condition is pre carious. The difficulty originated some week? ago on account of Frank Flynn en deavoring to prevent Doran from opening a gambling house. Doran attempted to assassinate Flynn, failing in which, he fled from the city, but returned secretly a lew nights ago. Intense excitement prevails, and string threats are made of mobbing the prisoners. The seven men arrested and now in jail are S. A. Doran, two Pruitt brothers, Howell and three others. The j citizens threaten to burn the jail. Freaks of a Lunatic. Galveston, f ebruary 8.— A special to the Xetrs from Denton says that a tinner named John Gardner got on a spree this evening and on Oak street met Dr. Leps comb's boys, whom he made kneel kown down and pray at the point of a six shooter. He then proceeded along the street, playing similar pranks upon all whom .ie encount ered, until finally in front of Dr. Schmidt's dwelling he presented his pistol at Dr. Schmidt's baby. The father grabbed the infant and placed it witn its mother in a back room, when Gardner galloped off. Schmidt ran to a neighbors and borrowed a shot gun and was returning as Gardner reappeared before the house and com menced firing into it. Discovering Schmidt he turned and shot at him. The fire was immediately returned. Gardner was fatal ly wounded. Schmidt was unharmed. ! pW*" WEJI royalmbk; m sakih* POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and rannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans . Koval Baking Powdke Co.. New York. iiosilDtift ^ &ITTER S They who work early and late the year round need, occasionally, the healthful stimulus im parted by a wholesome tonic like Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. To all, its purity and efficiency as a remedy and preventive of disease commend it. It checks incipient rheumatism and malar ial symptoms, relieves constipation, «lyspepsta and biliousness, arrests premature decay of the physical energies, mitigates the infirmities of age and hastens convalescence. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Or HELENA. ORGANIZED IN 1866. Designated Depository of the United States. t*nld-Up Capital,................... Surplus and Profits,.......... 9:100,000 . 200.000 S. T. HAUSER, President, A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President. E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT. Ass t Cashier, Board of Directors: S. T. HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN, A. M. HOLTER, R. S. HAMILTON, JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS, E. W. KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN T. C. POWER. Associated Banks : FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana. MISSOULA NATIONAL, - Missoula, Montana. FIRST NATIONAL, - - Butte, Montana. Total Capital and Surplus, including: Associated Banks, 8029,225. General BANKING Business Transacted. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. IELiSKTA. r ENGLISH TRAININGSCHOOL-' BROADWAY.....................HELENA, M. T. Impart? a thorough and practical education in all commercial branches. The advantages of this institution are equal to any ot the Eastern Com mercial Colleges. Rates of tuit'on no higher than in good Eastern Colleges. Tl e same text-books and manner of instruction are used here as in the leading Bryant and Stratton Commercial Colleges in the United States. PENMANSHIP and BOOK KEEPING a specialty. Circulars giving rates, course of study, and other information, will be sent to any address on application to H. T. ENGELHORN, or » PrinciüaU E. O. RAILSBACK. I ™ ncl P al!l ' dAwly-sepl? Helena. Montana. MONTANA NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Organized November, 1882. U. A. BROADWATER. - - President A. G. CLARKE, - - - Vice-President E-SHARPE.........Cashier UNITED STATEN DEPOSITORY. Paid Up Capital...........................9250.000. Surpln* and Profits..................... 35.000 DIRECTORS: B. F. POTTS. HERMAN GANS. S. H. CROUNSE. R. B. HARRISON. A. H. WILDER. of St. Paul. 8. C. ASHBY. N. H. WEBSTER. H. F. GALEN. C. W. CANNON. daw-jail 1 F. P. STERLING, (Late Receiver of the Land Office.) U. S. LAND ATTORNEY FOR Mining and Agricultural Claimants And Notary Public. Patent« secured to Mineral A Agricultural Land«. Special Attention Given to Contested Cases. OFFICE—On Broadway, in Dr. Frary'» build lng, Room No. 1, Helena. M. T. dAwly-sepS WALTER W. DeLACY, D. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Opposite Surveyor General's Office. HELENA, .... MONTAN. dAwtf-aj>2 Notice To Miners. Milling and Smelting Ores Wanted. The Helena Mining and Reduction Co. will purchase for rash lend, silver, gold, and all kinds 'if smelting and milling ores, at any point on the Helena and Jefferson Railroad. For par ticulars, apply to the company's office at Wickes, ; either in person or by letter, j JOHN LONGMAIL, Superintendent, daw 3in-jan26 DR. P. F. MADDEN, H elenn.............................................Montana Office—On Broadway, opposite HwKAi.n office. Particular attention paid to diseases of Women dAwly Fred Gamer, Main St., Helena, Montana. Carries a full and complete stock of FOOTWEAR. Orders by Mail From all Parts of the Territory will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. MAKE A SPECIALTY OF Manufacturing and Repairing. The Best Workmen in the Territory Em ployed. A FULL LINE OF Rubber Winter Goods, to which especial attention is directeti. 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TUTT'S PILLS cause no nausea or griping nor interfere with daily work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Sold everywhere, 3ftc. Office. 44 Murray St.,N. * • TUTTS HAIR DYE, Grat Hair or Whiskkbs changed in stantly to a GLossr Black by a single ap plication of this Dye, Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of #!• Office, 44 Murray Street, New A ork. YUTT'S MANUAL OF U8EFUL RECEIPTS FREI. ASSIGNEE'S CLOSING OUT SALE, The partnership property of C. L. Vawter A Co having been assigned to me for the benefit of the creditors of said firm, I now offer for sale the entire stock, consisting of Agricultural Implement««. Bain Wag ons, Koail Carls. Spring Wagons, Miller Buggies, Buck Boards, John Deere Sulky Plows, John Deere Walking Plows, Cas sady Sulky PlowM.Grain Drills. Dise Harrows. Racine Fanning Mills. Mounle«l 4; ri ml Stones, Oliver Chilled Plows, Wagon Hardware, a Full Line of Harness, W r hi|»s. Col lars, Cushions,Wagon Extras. Extension Tops, etc. These goo«ls will be sold for cash at such prices as will afford opportunities for securing great bargains. MASSENA BULLARD, Assignee of C. L. Vawter A Co. Helena. M. T.. Sept. 19, 1883. d*wtf-sep29 WEIR & POPE, DRUGGISTS! Are Constantly in Receipt of NEW GOODS, and prices are Guaranteed to be as LOW as are Offered by any other House in the City. WEIR A POPE ~ - DRUGGISTS SECOND NATIONAL BANK HELENA, ÜE0NT. Does a General Banking business. Sells Foreign Drafts and Passage Tickets. Pays interest on Time and Saving Deposits. Collections receive prompt and Faithful Attention. Has a Savings Department. THE ONLY SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA ! DIRECTORS: E. D. Edgkbton, Pres't; D.S. Wad», Vice-Pres't; A. E. Bunker, Cashier. J. B. Sanford, George Breck, Cornelius Hedges. John Kinna, Chas. K. Cole, Chris. Kenck. 2-1-83-dAwly THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint! Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath se cured by Shiloh 's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by H. X. Pärchen éc Un-, dAwly-sepl3 Helena . N. T. THOMAS ECKLES, D.M. HOMGQOPAT JBIHT. Office on Grand street. dnwtf-dec*) Our entire Stock of SILVER PLATED WIRE Is Offered in JOB LOTS „ Or at RETAIL, AT COST. Our Stock of DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, and SPECTCLES AT GHEA1L1 REDUCED PRIE GEO. P. REEVES 4 GO, dtf-jan25 FARMJL0AN8. _ I will undertake the negotiation through the Corbin Banking Company of New York, of long-time loans on improved farms in this Territory, and have ap pointed Massena Bullard, Esq., of Helena, to act as my agent. All applications for loans, or letters re questing information, should be addressed to Mr. Bullard, as above. <lAw.3m-jan28 D. C, CORBIN. BRAND OF THE JP_ OF THE NORTHERN PACIFIC REFRIGERATOR CAR COMPANY The letters "N. P." in a monogram, six inches high, branded on the left rib of all cattle owned by this company. Range—Little Missouri Valley, near railroad crossing, and on Beaver creek. C. EDGAR HAUPT, w6m-jyl9 Superintendent. Cheyenne Saddle Shop Sole Proprietor. Manufacture! of and dealer in Saddles, Harness, etc. Not only the cheapest but the best and only one priced Hadtilery House in Montana. HOLTER'S BLOCK, wly-ap3 Helena, M. T. s Will be mailed EBPC to all applicants and to : ■ ncc■ customers of last I » year without ordering it. o It contains illustrations, prices, descriptions and directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower Seeds, Plants, etc. Invaluable to all. D. M. FERRÏ X C0. D Ä wl3t-«leel3 ____ The Buyers' Guide is is sued March and Sept., each \year: 216 pages, 8jxll£ .inches, with over 3,300 illustrations—a whole pic ture gallery. Gives whole sale prices direct to consumers on all goods for personal or family use. Tells how to order, and gives exact cost of every thing you use, cat, drink, wear, or have fim with. These invaluable books con* tain information gleaned from the map kets of the world. We will mail a copy Pree to any address upon receipt of the postage—7 cents. Let us hear from you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. 88? A 889 Wabash A renne, Chicago, IIL wly-aug30 SPLENDID POT PLANTS, specially pre pared for Immediate Bloom. Delivered safely by mall i>oripaid,at all port office«.5eplen for 82; 19 for S3; 20 for 94; 39forS8; 78 for 910; IOOforSI3. WE ClVE a Handsome Presentof choice and valuable ROSESfreo with every order. Our NEW CUIDE, a complete Treatise on the Rose, 76 pp. elegantly illustrated—free loall. the dincee A CONARD CO. Bose Growers, Weit Brora, Chester Co.. N" w6m-sepl3 SODA WATER. 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Miller, whose full Christian name to plaintiff is unknown, defendant. J The people of the Territory of Montana send I greeting to the above named «lefendant : You are hereby require«! to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plain ! tiff in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Montana, in and for the county of tewis and Clarke, an«i to answer j tlie complaint filed therein, within ten days tex elusive of the day of servi«*;, ) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this coun- I ty ; or. if served out of this county, but in this i district, within twenty days; otherwise within ■ forty «lays, or judgment by default will l»e taken against you, accortling to the prayer ot said com plaint. The said action is brought to obtain a judgment an«l decree of said court foreclosing all interest, ■ lien and equity of redemption in and to the fol lowing g«x>ds and chatties now being in the Academy of Music, in the city of Helena, county j and Territory, viz : Ateut 3U0 chairs, bar au<i ' bar fixtures, 22 lace curtains, the stage scenery , and fixtures, and all other personal property in I said Academy of Music belonging to saiil defend i ant, and for a sale of said property according to law, and the npplienti«m of the proceeds of sale to the payment of amount due herein, anil costs and expenses and attorney fees, and such other ' relief as is «U-manded in plaintiff's complaint and 1 is agreeable to equity. And you are lu'.reby notified that if you fail to I appear and answer the said complaint, as ateve 1 required, tlie saiil plaintiff will take default against you ami apply to the court for the relief ! demanded in plaintiff's complaint. Given uiulcr my hand and the seal of the District .—■—, Court of the Tliinl Judicial District of f ) the Territory of Montana, in and for the \ SEAL - j county of Lewis and Clarke, this 28th — r —' day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four. w4t-jan31 A. H. BEATTIE, Clerk. T. H. Carter, plaintiff's attorney. SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Thir«l Judicial Dis J trict of the Territory of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, Malcom McDonald, j plaintiff, against Herman Clark and John B. : Westbrook, defendants. The people of the Territory of Montana send greeting to the ateve named defendants ; You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plain 1 tiff', in tlie District Court of the Third Judicial I District of the Territory of Montana, in and for ! the county of Lewis and Clarke, ami to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (ex- 1 I elusive of the day of service.) after the service on ; you ««f this summons, iff served within this coun- j : ty; or, if served out of this county, but in thisjdis ; triet, within twenty days : otherwise within for- . ty days, or judgement by default /will te taken against you, according to the prayer of said com plaint. Tlie said action n brought to obtain the judgment of said court in lavor of said plaintiff, and against said defendants for the sum of twen ty-five hundred and sixty-nine dollars and forty two cents, with interest thereon from Decepiber ! lä, 1882, together with costs of suit. Sai«l action is brought upon a certain contract to d«> and perform certain work, later and ] services in and upon the construction and grad ing of the Northern Pacific railroad in said Ter ritory of Montana, and fully described and set ; j forth in plaintiff's complaint. And you arc hereby notified that if you fail to ! appear and answer the sai«l complaint, as ateve ; ' required, tlie said plaintif!' will take default i j against you and apply to the court for the relief I demanded ii plaintifi's complaint. 1 Given under my harnl and the seal of the Dis ,—>—, trie* Court of the Third Judicial District j f 1 of the Tcrrito»y of Montana, in and for t SEAL. I the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 25th '— f —' day of January, in the year of our Lord j ! one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four. w4t-jan31 A. H. BEATTIE, Clerk. j E. D. Edgerton and E. D. Weed, attorneys for | plaintiff.__ Notice o f Fo rfeiture. Territory of Montana, county of Jefferson, : January 28, 1884. TO ERASMUS AXE; You are hereby notified j that I have expended one hundre«i dollars in | labor and improvements upon the Drum Island mine, situated on Strawberry creek, one half mile from the mouth thereof, as administrator j of the estate of William Neabuhr, deceased, in ! order to hold said premises, under the provisions of section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December 31st, 1883. And if within ninety days from the service of this notice (or within ninety days after this no tice by publication.) you fail or refuse to con- j tribute your proportion of such expenditure as co-owner, vour interest in said claim will be come the pro|>erty of the subscriter under said section 2324, as the ailministrator of the estate of said William Neabuhr, deceased, for the sole use and benefit of such persons as have an interest in said estate. JAMES B. HALFORD. Administrator of estate of William Neabuhr. w90d-jan.31 « Dissolu tion Notice. Tlie copartnership heretofore existing under the name and style of Peter Kirscher Ac Bro., engaged in ranching and stock-raising, is hereby dissolve«! by mutual consent. All debts due to an«l from said firm will be settled by tbe under signed. PETER KIRSCHER. Townsend, M. T., January 12, 1884. w3t-jan24 Notice t o C reditors. Estate of George V. Stokey, tleeeasetl. Notice is hereby given by tlie undersigned, Administrator of tlie estate of George V. Stokey, deceased, to tbe creditors of and all persons hay ing claims against tlie said decease«l, to exhibit them, witli the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator, at his office in Helena, in tlie saiil county of Lewis and Clarke, M. T. T. H. CARTER. Public Administrator and Administrator of es tate of George V. Stokey, deceased. Dated at Helena, M T.,this 18th «lay of Jan. 1884. w5t-jai: 24-31 fel>7-14-21 Notice t o Cr editors. Estate of Nicholas Mlllen.«leceaHe«l. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Louisa Mille n, Executrix of the estate of Nicholas Milieu, deceased, to the creditors of and all per sons having claims against the said decease«!, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication ol this notice, to tlie said Executrix, at her store, iu the citv of Helena, said county and Territory. LOI' ISA MILLEN, Executrix « f the estate of Nicholas Milieu, de Djteil January 9,1884. w5t-janl7-24-31feb?-14 Ranc h fo r Sale. The well improved ranch of Jacob Schmidt, situated on South Fork of Sun River, Lewis and; Clarke county, cantaining 480 acres, all fenced 85 acres initier cultivation, which yielded this year 3,500 bushels of grain ; 300 tons of hay can te cut. This ranch is one of the best stock ranches in Montana. The range is unequalled for cattle, horses, or sheep. For particulars ad dress JACOB SCHMIDT. Florence, Lewis and Clarke County, M. T. w2m-dec27 _____ Owners of Ranges Wishing to sell to goo«I advantage their entire outfit can do so througli us. Send complete list of property and lowest price. Our connections are such as to enable us to dispose of R«tilgen of any amount, from 810,000 in value to ?1,000,000. Address GEO. R. TINGLE <St SON. Live Stock Brokers, Glendive, Montana. w3m-feb7 _________ E8TRAY NOTICE. Carnet« my place January 1st, 1882. one buck skin Pinto mare, branded a on left shoulder. The owner is requested to prove property and - M. T. SULLIVAN. pay charges. Canyon Creek, M. T. wlm-fel>14 Notice of Dissolution of Co-partnership. The partnership existing between J. O. Hud nutt and Frank L. Sizer, under tlie firm name of Hudnutt & Sizer, has teen this day dissolved by mutual consent. The entire assets of the firm being hereby turned over to J. O. Hudnutt, who will assume'all debts and settle all liabilities of the late firm. J. L HUDNUTT. FRANK L, SIZER. Helena, Montana, Feb. 4, 1884.^__w3t-fel>7 Harry Kuphaidt, From Ploen, Germany, is requested to com municate his present address to this Consulate. Any person knowing of the whereabouts of said Kuphaidt (who is said to have been foreman of a mine near Butte City, Montana, some years ago) will confer a favor by giving information to the undersigned. San Francisco, January 5tli, 1884. LEHMANN, w4t-jan31 Imperial German Vice-Consul. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Mnin & Bridge street», Helen», M. T.,—Under Blew Management. Table the best in the city. Transient rates, 82 to Ç3 per day, according to location of rooms. Daily arrival and departures from this hotel of ail the United States Mail coaches. My prices are not as low as some of the second-class hotels, but are reasonable, and knowing my ability to please the first-class trade, I guarantee satisfaction to all. Will be pleased to see the traveling public in general. wly-jan!2 MAX SKLOWER. \ i! V Of our Enormous Stock without regard to cost or present values. Grand Annual Closii-Oit HOOD, BOOK HO. MaKe the above announce ment for the purpose of making room forltheir Spring importations. SPECIAL BARGAINS ARE OFFERED IN Overcoats, Blankets, Blank et Lined Canvas Coats, Pants & Ulsters, Men and BoyS' Suits, Caps,Scarfs and Cloves. OUB ENTIRE STOCK IS MARKED DOWN The only Closing-Out Sale in the City. Call Early aM Secure Bargains THE IMPERIAL SHIRTS Continue in the Lead ! WE MEAN BUSINESS !J GREENHOOD, BOHM & CO. Alias PRO BONO PUBLICO. LEGALBLANKS For tbe use of Lawyers. Justices of the Peace, Conveyancers, Survey ors, Agents, Owners and Les sors of Beal Estate, «fee. THE HERALD has in Stock the following blanks. They are neatly printed, with red ruling for a border. The forms have teen carefully pre pared by a lawyer, are in conformity wth the statutes of the Territory, and are applicable to any county in Montana ; DISTRICT COURT BLANKS.Affidavit for Attachment; Undertaking on Attachment; Writ of Attachment; Notice Appeal ; Undertaking on Appeal ; Affidavit for Publication of Summons; Orcier for Publication of Summons; Affidavit. Order and Notice for Examination of Witnesses; Undertaking on Claim and Delivery of Personal Property; Execution ; Deposition ; Sheriff's' Sale; Summons. GENERAL BLANKS. — Deed—Warranty ; Deed-Bargain and Sale ; Deed-Quit Claim ; Deed —Mining Claim ; Notice of Location-Quartz ; Ap plication for Patent ; Certificate of Incorporation; Mortgage; Chattel Mortgage; Assignment of Mortgage ; Power of Attorney ; tease ; Bond. PRIGEOFABOVE BLANKS-10 cts. each ; 12 for 81.00; 100 for/7.00. On orders for 2CC blank* (814.00) and upwards, a discount of 25 per cent, will be allowed. Postage paid on all orders by mall. Also,the following Blanks on hand at 85.00 Pek Hundred with same D. scocnt on Orders FOR 200 : FOR JUSTICE COURT.—Writ of Attach ment; Undertaking on Attachment; Affidavit for Attachment; Summons; Summons for Juror; Subpoena. _ FOR DISTRICT COURT. —Summons for Juror; Subpoena. Acknowledgments, " Man and Wife," $3.00 per hundred; Acknowledgments, "Single," 82.50 per hundred. Twenty-five per cent, discount on orders 200 and upwards. Address FISK BROS., Helena, M. T.