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Helena Independent (Newspaper) - February 1, 1894, Helena, Montana THE DAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY I. 3894 HELENA—Sixth and Main. NEW YORK—368 Canal, Never, Christmas been so crowded with during the past week, son is not hard to find, prices like these: except during the rush, has our store buyers as The rea~ It lies in on NEW THUL FOR JONES. Ths Allseed Slayer of Schubert Given Another Chance for His Life. It Ie Granted on Errors on Two Grounds Alleged by tho Defense. J. A. Carter Urine* * Wnlt It IS* Called auto* Coart Involving tit# Title to Valuable Property. The big, big reductions sleds of all kinds still holds good. The assortment is complete yet, but the stock of some kinds is getting low. There may not be any you want, and then again there may. Better see them. %Down from $ .75 to $ .50 Down from.......90    to    .65 Down from ......1.10    to    .75 Down from ......1.25    to    .90 Down from ......1.50    to    i.id Down from ......1.75    to    1.25 This all copper highly polished Tea Kettle, No. 8 size, the most serviceable and handsome kettle made, special for today 75c. Flower pot brackets....... loc Carpet tacks, 3 packages. . . 5c Steel claw hatchets........ 35c Large dripping pans  15c Silver wire broilers........ 5c The Stationery department has lots to offer you to-day. Read every item carefully: Judgo Kuowles, la the United Hiatal court yesterday, graoted a uew trial for Charlet Job**, th# lait survivor of the gang of Northern Paoifio train robbera. Jones was convicted lait month of murder in the Ant degree in killing Henry Hohubert, in a fight between a pone under Deputy United Hiatal Mai abel Jaekaon and the robbers, at an old oabin near Midvale, on the Blackfoot reservation, on Oct. 3 leat. The greunda for granting the new trial wsi e that the court erred in not Instructing the jury that they oonld, if they thought props , biina in a verJiol of manslaughter assn intermediary between a vardiot of murdar in the first degree and acquittal. Another reason was tbnt the trial bad been conducted on the theory that a deputy United States marshal had a right to go on un Indian reservation aud maka an arrest for a violation af a alate law. Tho errors on account of which the new trial was granted. Judge Kaowles frankly admitted, were those of the sourly and not of the jury. As the United States aourt opens for tbs f cathern division of Moutann in Botte next week and will be iii suasion for Quite a while, it ie not likely that Jones can be tried again before the April term of oonit in Helene. Awarded Highest Honors—World’s Fair. D»PRICE’S owder. The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Altun. 3sed in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard* VENUS IS BRILLIANT NOW. Graphic object drawing books, for school use, Nos. I, 2, 3 and 4, each...... Nos. 5 and 6, each........ Good envelopes, 2 packages, 50 envelopes........... Round, polished cedar lead pencils, with inserted rubber tips, per dozen...... Mucilage, large bottle with brush................. Red ink, per bottle........ Eureka ink eradicator..... Legal or foolscap paper, 2 quires.................. IOC 15c 5c 5C 5C 5C 2oc 25c A special lot of books, picked up in New York at a sacrifice. They’re “Allison’s Select Library,” newly published and the best selection of moderate-priced books ever put on the market. Combined with our ever popular Atlantic Series, we offer them today at 15c each. To Toilet Soaps we pay special attention. No house buys as many as we, no house buys so cheap, no house sells as many: Cuticura soap, per dozen cakes.................$1.85 Packer’s tar soap, cake.....15 Cashmere Bouquet soap, cake .............. Pear’s unscented soap, two cakes................. Pear’s scented soap, cake. . Wrisley Bouquet soap, three cakes................. Transparent glycerine so«tp, cake.................. CARTER'S PLACER CLUM. Ho Con to tho United Stole* Coart to Clot a Title. J. A. Carter bae entered lait in the United State* circuit eourt against John D. ThompHoa and John B. Wilson, in which he teaks to obtain possession of certain land in the Helena townsite. It will be remembered that Carter put ap location notices ou Main strset near the Pittsburgh blook several months ago. A short tim* ago Carter had a somewhat similar ease in the district and supreme caci Is and lost it. The load involved is deed (bed as the south half of the southwest quarter of th# northwest quarter of seotion thirty, township ten, north of rang* three west. Carter alleges Hint the land is a placer mining claim, valuable for minerals, and has been known an such ainee 1806. aud was so known at the time of its purchase for townsite property; and that it now contains deposits of gold in snob quantity ss to justify expenditure to ext sot them. Carter says that Sept. 7. 1893, th* land being a part of the publio lands of the United Htnten, ho Ideated it as a placer claim, and filed a declaratory statement with tho clerk and rseorder of this oonaty. Carter claim* that Wilson and Thompson and othsis who oiaim the land he has located, have no interest in It, aave '‘bv virtue of a p clouded entry of, and patent to, the Helena towasite in said Lewis and Clarks couaty,” Continuing the complaint says: “The claims and interests bo asserted sa aforesaid are urged and assorted in so threatening a manner and with Knob persistance aa that complainant can have no plain, speedy and adsqoate and complete remedy for relief against anoil claim*, interests end assertions, except in this court, and cannot proceed to obtain patent from the United Hlatea for sold placer miuing claim without amenability to summary legal proceedings nuder the laws of the state of Moutana, wherein and by virtue of said laws, ai interpreted sad construed br the highest judicial tribunal of auld elate tbs title to said traot of land eould not bo acquired.” The complaint eave the matter in dispute involves two questions, one, tbs mineral ohmmeter of said tract, being known at the time of the ent y of the townsite, no title thereto passed under asid : atent, and the other question is, th* land being a portion of land not within th# exterior limits of tho townsite entry when mads to conform to the legal subdivisions of the nubile lands authorized br the act of April 24, 1820, though actually included in said cutty and patent, is not affected thereby, beet me said entry and patent la yoid as to snail excess. The complaint nasa for an injunction to restrain the defendants other parties similarly Billeted from further infringements. It Is Visible by Day in a Clear tty lf Yon Know Where ta Look. Helena people who take an Interest In astronomy have been aureoled by the unusual epeotaole which the twilight sky now aff olds, owing to the exssediag brightness of Jupiter end Venae. Prof. Prentice, of ltatgeia college, referring to the phenomenon, says: "Th* phenomenon ooenri at Intervale of eight years, wtasnsvar tbs planet is at or near ita gi latest north latitude and shoat four o. fife weeks before inferior conjunction, et which Venae ie between na and the eon. Venue is now 33,-000,000 miles distant from the earth, bot on Fab. 16, at inferior conjunction, this will hero diminished to 26,440,000. Venae will then preyed to ae a face entirely nnlllnra-lned end wilt be loot in the bright raye of the inn. Even now in the teleacope it ie seen to exhibit the form of a delicate creecent, like the now moon, with one quarter of ita diek In the shadow, so that the brightneea seems the more wonderful. After Fab. 16 it will pass to the outer side of the sun. being visible in the early dawn na the morning star. end by Nov. 29 its distance will baya increased to 160,000,000 miles, when its brightness will be five times less than it la now. "At present it it our nearest neighbor among the planets, and its nearness end high reflecting powers combine to make it most conspicuous. In fact, it is bo brilliant that it may bs seen in a clear sky with the naked oye throughout the entire day by any one who knows jail where to look for it. TI it a little more than two honra behind the ann end a few degrees higher, end therefore may be foand at any times lilt!# above the pleoe the ann occupied in the sky two hours before. A few momenta after two o’clock eyery day this week it will be on the meridian, half way ap the sky, between the zenith and tho south point of th* horizon. In tho morning lionra, from IO to ! 12. it is in tbs southeast, at an altitude of from tbirty-fire to forty dtgraca. “It is related by Arago that Napoleon Bou a prs rte, upon repairing to the Luxembourg when the directory was about to give bim a fete, was very mach snrpriied at Bering the multitude which was collected in tho roe de Tonron pay mo * atte*lion to the region of the heavens situated above the palaoe than to his ne eon or the brilliant staff which accompanied him. He inquired the oauat, and learned that the curious peraona were observing with astonishment, although it was noon, a atar, whioh they supposed to be that of th* Conqueror of Italy, an allusion to whioh tho illustrious general did not teem indifferent when he himself remarked th* radiant body. The alar was Venus. Other instances of its observation in the daytime are recorded, some at very early periods, in 398, 984, 1008, 1014, 1715, 1750,” THE WISK TRAVELER, la Selecting Ills Kaltrnad Kouts, Felida th* Hoad That affor la excellent na J moat oomfort abl# facilities--"The Milwaukee.” Tkat traverses a delightful and picturesque portion of the oountry—“The Milwaukee.” That bac—and merits—the reputation of Strongtband reliability—"The Milwaukee.” That enjoys popularity and ii siam ted With psblie approval—"Th* Milwaukee.” That baa a substantial roadbed and moat frequent train Bervie#— “Th* Milwaukee.” That iMardi, always, the cornfed, oaso and safety of its patrons—“The Milwaukee.” 'J hat furnishes the latest private compartment oars and latest library-buffet-smoking tars—“The Milwaukee.” That furnishes elegant drawing room parlor ears, free reclining chair cars and sumptuous dialog oars—“The Milwaukee.” That hee exclusive use of the electric berth reading lamp—“l h* Milwaukee.” j he Milwaukee” combines all th* above and more, too. Its trains ars vestibnied, heated by steam, electric lighted and un* surpassed in luxurious appointments. The immortal Lincoln Maid; “Follow the people and von oannot bo far from right.” The people os* “The Milwaukee.’' J. i, Conley. Asst. Gel, I nn. Agt. bt. Paul. Mina. Not*.—Five t ains daily from Twin Cities to Chicago; one to Bt. Louis and one to Kansas City. KODAKS. Ho! for the Midwinter Fair. To see the beauties of the Golden Gate and the £>reat Midwinter Fair without ;i Kodak would be like making the visit with your eyes shut. KODAKS. The films that are dated are perfect. Write A. M. JJoltur Hardware Company for particulars. KODAKS. STEELE, HINDSON & CO., Jobbers of Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, Corn, Meal, Potatoes. Etc. WI ob Hale Agent* for the Celebrab-at"d ROYAL BANNER AND MONTANA BELLE FLOUR. TELEPHONE Nu. IHS. ! The best •torsi* facilities in th* city. I 1322 BOZEMAN BT. The Hotel Helen* Shaving and bath parlors arc still open and ars under the management of Bl rn rn one <fe Clarks. The popular artist. Mr. John A. Lneas, is in ohsrge, and will in bis usual affable and artiitio manner attend the wants of local as well as transient customers at icgaiar city rates. ti. P J Kelly, City ll I* murray, empire W Wood. Townsend C M Whitney. Bt Taal Ed O’Roarke, billings J C hitcher, bismarck Chaa Honall, bismarck Miss Mary Reardon, I ast Helena John (Reason, Wolf J C fcinolair, Washing' ton, IJ O Thou Citrinin, Pony John Daffy, HU rev D J Hanna, Minoeapo- tis J A Watson, Bt Paul Mores Leggett. Townsend J Kaetnsr. City Ii J b levin, Vial Helena J L Lehman, St Paul Mrs J L Lehman, St - Paul Jai I, Hey, Finn M V hoot, Canyon Creek, Arrivals at Tho Helene. C w Gorham, 6t Paul N B Ringeling, Philips- and any Legal blanks st this oflioe. .20 •25 •IS .20 •°5 A GRAND SPECTACLE Will lie Keen by Hundreds of People at Auditorium To-night. Promptly at nine o’clook, when the grand march of the Happy Hour Sooial club masquerade hall at th* auditorium begins tonight, thoro will undoubtedly bs over a handled couples in line, according to the number of tickets already sold. The olob ii entitled to a big sucoeaa, haying engngsd the best lull, the best iuusio, and selected a fin* list of prizes well worthy of the appreciation of those who aro inoky enough tv capture them. The iiuuil p-ioe of admission, cither for tbs hall or gallery, will suable everybody to partial) ate. The club extends a cordial welcome to all lovers of fun and merriment, but wants it strictly understood that no disreputable persons will be admitted. Ladies union suit* only 90c at Tho Keo Hivo. Glass stand lamps fur 20c at 'I he Cee llivo. PERSONAL. N. IC Hlngeliug, of Philipsburg, is at Th* Helena. ll. Ii. Francis, of Missuola, is a visitor in Hidens. Julius Horst, tho hut. I men of G sat Falls, is a visitor iu lUlenn. C. Wallace Taylor, otic of the cornuis-sluucra of Teton county, is in town. Glassware, al moat given away at I he Hoc Hive this VMW,., pub their special offerings in another column. I 8 Watson. 8an t renewer, (a1 H ii trends, Missoula Tom t ouney, City C Wallace lay lor, Cho-tau I) H Htofer, Hutto Maurice M Merger, San iranstsco, Cai ¥ Lamartine, Jr., Louisville W Ii Aldridge, City burg C A Hchmidt, Cincinnati, Ohio J alia* Horst, Great Falls Dudley De Boss, Benton Adolph Zuokermsn. ban • raucisco. Cal G W Young, A#w York Clark V) illiams, Now York Eggs. Mutter. Apples. Cider. Oranges. Lemon*. ( ran berries. Nut* of all kind*. Fig* and Date*. Garden Heeds. Field Hoods. Great* Seeds. Toe Pioneer Fruit tee of Montana. ESTABLISHED 1883. LINDSAY (St CO Fruits and Produce. HELENA, MONT. WHOLESALE ONLY Hole Agents for "Mill Nye” Cigar*. Our Candy and ( hewing Gum bepart mcnt is the hr rest in Montana and contains a I a rte and well amort© I atock. You can buy Cl,ewing Gum of u* at < Inca o pried. Will forward pric. lint to dealer* on application. A D Churchill, City. Notion t« Or* Khippars. Tbs U. 8. Public Sampling Works, tkis city, bas reduced their sampling and assaying ahargea to a figure ta keeping with the times. They pay cask and th# highest market price for ail classes of smelting ores. Stiver Is computed at the New York quotation aud not tbs 60 day delivery. Custom assaying will receive careful and prom; t attention. Office earner Grand aud Jackson streets, Helena, Montana. How Good It Tan** Hava you natiead what a delightful taste the brsad has mado t om A sheila flour? There la no other flour sold in Helena that has it. We Manufacture Shirts That Fit. Reed Craig and Smith Co. The Only Shirt Manufacturers in Montana. Bailey Block. $5,000 CLARKE & CURTIN [Successors to Clarke, Conrad & Cur in. I HRRDWRRE Nails, Steel and Iron. Sole agents for Bridge & Beach Manufacturing Co. ’s Everthmg Needed in General Cook Stoves and Ranges j House Furnishing Goods. And Wm. G. Fischer db Co.'s    At    Cost for Cash: j Wrought Heel Ranges. Heating Stoves, All Kinds Give us a Trial and You Will Call Again. Telephone No. JIO. 42-44 South Main Street. liur a fa. to week. hat for ll at Tho Bee Hive this for Sain. A group of paying gold properties. dress K. & G., Indkpknpxnt oflioe. Ad- “Perfectly fcatl*tl«il.” I have bean using the Arabella flour for some time psst, sad can say that I am perfectly satisfied with it. At uh. F. 8. llxaii. f2 will buy a library hanging lamp at The Bio Hivo that will eel JI at any other store. Helena Floor. When yon want Dour tell your grocer you want flour mad# in Helena and ref os# to take any other. Yon can bay a glaas berry sot at l he Bes Hive (hi* week for -Ic. HELENA IN BKI EE. Capital City Musio Ca., 822 Ninth av*. Reward That is the offered by Alles & to any one, employe or wise, they ing in their world renowned amount Fisher other- who can prove that use any artificial flavor- J. A. Cigars. This cigar has stood the test of years better than any cigar made. Its name is made and is known everywhere west of the Mississippi river as the best bit cigar on the market. Try Them! 1894. Harper’s Bazar. ILLUSTRATED. It A it PER $ Paz ut in • journal for tho homo. It ' give, tho fullest .Hod latest information about. I X-ashioim: mu! its numerous illustration-.. I sri* design*, aud pattern-sheet supploit:out* mo in-: dispensable alike to th* horn* dress-iuaksr mid | th* professional modulo. No expanse it spar© t ; to uiako its artistic m'rnctivjuoss if tin) highest order. It. bright stories, am sing com*.Ho-. and thoughtful essay* sat sty ad task es, mid its j last page is Unions as a i.mlso: of wit mid 'humor. In it* weakly issuo* everything ii in I eluded whish t. of int ora t to womeu. lh# ; Burial, fur 1**4 will b* write* by Vt ll tan Black and Walter Besant. .-bort stone! will tm written by Mary K Wilkins, Maria t outs* Fool. Bath Moi uoiy : tuart, Marion Marland, anti others Oui-door Sports amt indoor linum-', Hocirl I ntertainiiient. I mbrt idory, auu ---or interesting top o< will rersiv* constant attention. A new > erie* is promise I of ‘Volts* and Bepat**. ” HARPERS PERIODICALS. IVr tsar: HAIG*I- B'S MAO ZINK....................|4    00 HAUFE K S W . KUY.................... UM IIARFKH’H RAZAK ................. 4 ID HAHl'En'B YOU NU FKOFLK............. 2.OO Boatage free to all stilc-criberi In the United that**, I amula and Movico Jackson’s tnnsio bons* in selling at absolute cost. ll. It. I lioiuptwt, assignee. A g!a-u ton -et worth #1 U.r> Mio at iho i et) Hive. sold thin wool; for These are special cigar prices for today only. We want you to come today and get at least a box of one of these brands, brands are not new - the Th ft prices It Should II* lu Every lion** Have I oeu uninu tho A ubeha flour for some time past mid Olin say that it makes splendid light blond and in an excellent, all ’round flour. Everyone should urn) tho Amt elhi Ilnur, tor it is made bv th* Helena roller mill*, a homo industry, and lias no equal,    IUn*. (J. (J. Cain. BUI LO K BOU. HOHN. To tho wife uf I’oter F. Bullock, a Parchen-D’AcheuI Drug Co. 1 .-ar Ugin with the tirst- of -uoil year \\ hon no s -r pilous wdl begin with tin' ti no of receipt of Naomi ItnliskMli I.orig* No, I, I O. <1, F. Meet* First anti I bird Muir-day*. Naomi Ho bs It ah Lo.lg.i No I, I. O. O. F., meets to-uight at 7:80 p ut. iu i O. O. F, hall' entrain© on Jackson struct. Mila. AN.ME I OW SEH, N. (J. MHH. ALICK lib I l l-It. In c. tee. e. cox; >krr Iii Small Mud I aint* ire t»o to tit* clearing sal-- tho gla-ttwa-o, lamps aud other Hive •.--ok of crockery, good* at ihu bec 9° Key West Perfection, 50 for...................$2.50 LJpman Bouquet, 50 for.... 2.90 Hoffman House Bouquet, 50 for ........... Ntachelberg’s Raphaels, 50 for................... •'lor de St ache! berg, 50 for 'uban Blossoms, 50 for.. . . secret Prescription, 25 for. Jarniosina, 100 for........ Tem I moo tai. I have given th* Arabella llonr a thorough trial aud corno to th„ conclusion that it is th* heat floor I have aver ti ed, mid I have heretofore been living entirely ensteru floor. Mu*. Win. Bihhoi-. 2 90 3,90 1.25 I. OO *•751 Hats aud caps Ben hive. al •laughtsred piirun st 'the Tlmitt Heal Scenery. Movable Nt-eiiery wan Hist. lined in tbonier* In I ROH, It vi a* invented by Kahlua anre I’onuzi aud displayed iu Homo be I ore Luo X. Woman's Keller Corps. Wadsworth Corps Nu I, VV. It. C„ meet* first mnl I hit it I'lmradays of each m-mth at a.tlO iv. rn. at G. A. II. hall. I LIZ \ IU. HU AW, I'i evident. Im UUU. A hi un na UAL)., Secretary. Montana Legion Ne. I, a. K. of A. O. I'. AV. I here w-11 be a*e**iou of Mon ana I eg ion No. LH. h. of LO (. W., ovary , Ii m oi lay evening at 7:110 o clock at the A. O. C. WL hall. Comrades are i*i|ue»ted to ntt-ind Attent:    M    HU.Vi-UMAN, ti K. Com, ii I). BCA HK, H. ii. Uueorder. Myrtle Lodge, Ne. a. K. of IV Meet* every Thursday Beguin! meeting of above lodge will Ii-- held lib- Thursday livening at eight o'clock sharp. Ho-journmg brothers ar* kiudty Invited to altsud. OTTO JVCK, J Aeon Loss.    no. K. of ii and ii JURS. fi. blujme, j    COSTUMER, Masqueraile and Theatrical Costumes. Carl Kleiii'OhmUU Block, Corner Wart on aud ninth Avi-tius. , £ IV* I hun rn' I ar* I’asa the Deer. CLARENCE J. JOHNSON. Architect and Superintendent HO BOW KH BUILDING. 'I he Volume* of the Number tor Jan;.a y tin e >* mention.',I. sui the \ 1,111b 'r oui runt a: order. hound Volumes of Ii 1 tier it b i'v/.XM for the tone back, in next cloth Mu Hug. wit. bo soot y mall, s-,-M.'ige pal I, or by exp,dim <re* of ex peu*e -provide, in* ought doe* > -t tgu-tuid cue dollar per vomit)*', for do p»r v -bun-. ( loth Latta f.< eve:- v-bim •, Mii'abls for bindiug. wi I be sent by mail, pout paid, ou receipt of »t.(0 ou It. Itemittaaoe ■ should l>« nml* by I'o-d-offiii# Mon--) (adorer I r-fi, lo avoid chanco "r I"**. Newel aper* m o not to copt this adv*rliBSment without th* expreso) order ut Harper A I rot here. Aildre-H UAUll.lt A BHO I ll KUH New Yoni. VOT IC I bo CHK Pl I'' 'BH F.81ATE OF 4v m\uiaul IC Faust*) dec**!© I Noti. o is Ii roby un* 1 1 y 1 he un b'reigned. ii I in iu tad --tor of 1 lo* e*iat" .if ;x*ui*ie. I , faie-k-*, d*ria»ed. to > ti# ered-L*' a- of aud nil pet son* ti ' mg ,hme n<mi st the said deceased, tuevhil-l! them, wt Ii the iso- unu'UCi-ia, wttlnn four mouths iv to tee lust l-ubl o'nt ion i-f t a 'tire, to th* »ael •ilmiuKtisior a Homer blook. Helena. the ame being the pleoe for the trsnxac toilet t he tm-i ie** of Bai I estate in lh* oouuty of Lew 1 • and ( ark* I' I . CLAKE. Adimuistratair of th* estate of t aiuucl h» Iausk*. deceased I late I Jan. ll. I ■'id. 1594. Harper’s Weekly. ILLUSTRATED. IT vrper'b Weeki x is beyond all qnestion ta* leading journal -f America, in its splendid ii ut-t rat ions in it* corp* of <li»tin«tii»hed mu-tributor-. mid in it* vast army of reader«. iii Bpot-ial lines, it drew* on tho niftiest order if talent, th* mea bs t t t ed by po* tion and train* ing to treat the leading t.-p-ox ot the day. In belion, the wuit popular story-writer- contribute to its romulus. Huiorb oruwingh by th* forem- et milt- illustrato it* spacial articles, its stories aud every notsble eie: t • f public interest: ii coutain* - o'tra ta of (I * kti.ti.iguishe-l men and v omen who no milking the history of the tim*, while sp©."al s'tentiou is gtveu to the Army suet hsvy. Amatner p--r>. aid Mu«io aud th.* llrtnia. by di-ttaguished expert-, in a word b kvsk's W1 Bi LY combiu** the rows fevturss of the-tailr pa; or and tho artistic and literary iiualiiie* of the magazine with the solid erbio.tl cuararter of the review. HARPER’S PERIODICALS. Per Year: HA'G’KK'S MAGAZINE ...... HAHl'EH'8 WEEKLY ...... HaKI’KICH MAZIK....... HA I'r.lt'h Vim NG I’Et'IM.E. . ,|4 OO 4 IO 4.00 . MO I'of tag* fr«u to all aubacriborM in the United trite *•-, Ci-nada, aud M -vu-o. ‘I he \i-lemce of (he W * CKI.v begin with th* tint ii ti in bai for January of ©ach year. Whan no tim--la mention-d, mibs, r.i ti-me will tx-giu with tim numb- r eurreat at tie- time of receipt of ordo-. I ouud Yoluuies of Haki'kh * Wkkki.y for thr-v- vt are back, in in at blot ti binding will 1>* -ant by mail, p- ntagw paid, or by empress, fie* -1 exp-'iiHC piov Lied the freietd -Uh-h net exoiK'd one dollar per volnmei. for *7 OI p-r volume. Ll th t n-sk tor each voliini*. auitnble for bindiug, (kill tx Bent by ma l, po t paid ou receipt of 41 IHI t a-h. beiUtttancsH should be made By Foal-office Motey tlr.Ur or Draft, to avoid *-lian<o of L>ea, New*pat>era are not to copy this advertise ment without the express order of Harper A Brother*. Address ii AUl'EU A BHUT ll KUS, Nsw You*. S2III U KE f .-ut t.kii A T A M - F a* of the ) UNG t>F THE STOCK HOI.DMR8 seiner Coal aud Coke company, held dan. J, HUI, at the law offices of , oui* A Wallace, lu lie on*, tho lobo wing named gentle men were elected Irmo* « Jaiuea r hu-tds, Vnacunda, Mont Ma ens Daly, 1 atte, Mont D. J. Ileun-iisey, I i ii -, .Vent Laris Gibson. Gloat > a-K Moul. I’. .I. bhields, 1 all, Mont ll. Douahue. Aav-'ou-ia. Alout. John Douerty, AUMceuds, Mont. A rn* et lug of th • newly elsotsd trusts** was called for reb 4. (id, t - bs hell tu Anaconda, Moat., at th* Mouiuaa hotel, ac two p. in. HALE. BV VI UTI E OE AN EX 15-cut urn in my hands, ismuhI out of tim district court of inc Hrsi judicial district of tho state of Moutana, in and for the county of Lewi* . u 1 ( 1 r ... rn nm -tilt oi o.ert N Kale agains: blini*) L Mi,by, duly nttest-kl th* lift Ii day of Dx-- uitx-r, A th I wk, I hats L-viml upon all the r ghi. tit eau 1 tutor.-s' kit tho said .-Hurley • . tslib) iii and to the folio v lug devcrlbed prop-< ny Mituated iu I owls au.l Clarke comity, state of M kiln ana. viz I ut - uumbvrekl oue ii), two ill) andlhreo i^J) iu block millibar twenty.one ('JD of btory's addition to the k-ity of l elesa In the co li'y of Lewis tvu,I ('lark*, stake of .dontaiiH, said property htvukliug UU* kin the lecords of the comity «-f lewis ant Clarlie iii tho rn-me of Emma I. Ashby I kigether with all amt nnwMilar the teuum«nta, heieditameiits and appurtenances thereunto Kl Ion in* or iu suywise s|n «< tslni g Notii'o is heretiy given mat on stuuim, th* I'd day of 1 eoruary, A. D 189 , at the hour of 111 o'clock in. of satii day, ut tho front door of tho court house. Helena, e vis su i * l»rke comity, Bist of At-uunti , I will sell all the right, title aud interest of tin- said Marie* C Ashby in and to the said above described property, to th* tugboat bidder for cash iu hand. t my hand this t CHAULEH I). » UUTUhHUwUfc ISI Given under Januaty FuxoK.Itoss. l udur Hbarlff. hand this th# lith day of ;