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!»iof Rare Mementoes 4elphia lieu. and Autograph p01 Pro= All Quarters Will Be Present. v J 9.1 SOiz Oul Tralurae Far Toe Prroleos to 1 TRo hbpl*ay -Goorge Washlngton's W Ill -His Favorite Vloliu. WI .'lADI.PnIA, Den. 11.--There will be a i'fc isale in Philadelphia about the 15th of ~ ati month. It will be an auction that will attract antiquaries, autograph collectors iad patriots from all parts of the United ta*tes, The collection that will produce tihla resnlt comprises many different relics if Gen. George Washington, in addition to h umernus manuscapts, letters and auto " graphs of some of America's most dissin galhed sons. The relies are genuine and are authenti -tatd by affidavit of H. L. D. Lewis, of .eriryvill., Clarke county, Va., who is the malatlatrator of Mrs. Lorenzo Lewis, the akts-kr-in-law of Major Lawrence Lewis, ae married Nellie Custie, Washington's *Ieted xlaughtsr. Atdho.gh not coming direct from the Wakiugton family, the noted correspond ef f ..un Washington with Robert Mor. os~ of Philadelphia, on important war inattars, which will also be disposed of to .b highest bidder at this sale, comes also tra Virginia. belonging to a maternal de -aendant of John Randolph and a collat oral descendant of Robert Morris. For the last hundred years have these let ters and relics of our first president been religiously guarded and hidden away from the sight of most Americans in old Vir ginia homesteads. They were ancestral treasures, almost too precious to display. Perhaps the most interesting letter in the 'Washington correspondence was written at Valley Forge May 25, 177d. This was just after the most trying period in the revolu tionary war, a time when the army was for months but poorly fed, ill-clothed and sel dom paid, when the British regulara were feasting and making merry in Philadelphia and at the same time planning the utter annihilation of Washington's ragged con tinentals. It is no wonder, therefore, that at the close of this period, with the begin ning of spring, that Washington thanked heaven for the alliance with France that had been formed, toot; on fresh hope and cour age and wrote to Morris as follows: "DEA. Sin: I rejoice most sincerely with yon; on the glorious change in our pros pests-Calmness and serenity, seems likely to suoseed in some measuret those dark and tempestuous clouds which at I times appeared so ready to overwhelm us. -The game, whether well or ill'played hitherto, seems now to be verging fast to a favorable issce, and cannot I think be lost, unless thrown away by too much su pineness on one hand, or impetuosity on the otber-God forbid that either of these should happen at a time when we seem to be on the point of reaping the fruits of our toil and labor.- A stroke, & reverse, under seaoh ircamstances, wonld be doubly dis tressina.---. remain, Dr S:r Yr Most Obed't Serv't GEO WASHINOGTON." Almost a year after the above letter was writted the general addressed a letter jointly to Morris 'end B. McClenachan, in whioh is a paragraph of much interest, as it gives an idea of the character and ambi tions of Washington. It reads: "In a struggle like ours, perplexed with embarrassments, if it should be my fortune to conduct the military helm in such a manner to merit the approbation of good men and my suffering fellow citizens it will be the primary happiness of my life be anuse it is the first and great object of my wiphes." The last writing in this remarkable cor respondence is a shert note addressed to Morris and written in Philadelphia. It is amusing and interesting, showmin at the same time how intimate Washing ton must have been with the great financier of the revolution to invite himself and fam ily to Christmas dinner. 'Ihis ia what he said: "DEAR Lin: Knowing full well the multi plioi.y & importance of y'r business, it would give me more pain than pleasure if I thought your friendship or respect for me did, in the smallest degree, interfere with it -at all times I shall be happy to see you, but wish it to be in your moments of leiz ure, if any such you have "Mrs. Washington, myself and family. will have the honor of dining with you in the tay proposed, to-morrow-being Christ mas day. I am Sincerely & affect ly Yr's GEo. WASHINGTON. U:o. WASHINGOTOXN. "Monday 24th Deo'r [1781j." Woman-like, immrediately noon her ar rival at Mount Vernon from Philadelphia, at the expiration of Washington's second term as president, Nellie Custis procured a sheet of her father's water-marked paper and proceeded to write a letter to her friend, Mrs. Wolcott, dated Mount Vernon, Miarch 19, 1797. In one paragraph of this epistle she says: "Grandmamwa informs me that you wished me to write & inform you how we are after our journey. I have therefore taken pen in hand to do so & also to thank you for the kind interest you have taken in our welfare. We arrived here on Wednes day, without any accident, after a tedious and fatiguing journey of seven days. The roads were better than we expected to find them, although in some parts were bad. * * C Grandpapa is very well & much pleased with being once mors Farmer Washington." When this wa written little did Miss Custie think that the time wou 'l come when her note would be considered of in trinsio value and yielded at last to the harsh fate of an anctioneer's hammer. The treason of Benedict Arnold has to the historian and noveliet always formed one of the most dramatic incidents of the revolutionary war. And when it is an - noanced, therefore, that in this colltclroni is to be found a copy, in the hndwlriIiig of Gen. Robert I. ltarrison, o1 tlhe I tlne, anonymous letter written by (i.n. litinediet Arnold uonder the nem de tpi;ine ,f "Guste vus" to Mr. John Anlersun i ai or Andre!, of New York, dated Au.. :10, 17.0, logether with an autograph letter showing hew (ren. Washington carlm in posesCsin of tile lht ter and the reason lie miua tthis copy, which is dated Oct. 17, 1.b0,, moisiceraiill inlerest will hbe ai oused, el.ecijlly ius tle ol igintl letter has leen lost o: (deevtroed, and a t.ho letter has never appeared in prlint. Thie letter is a mighty clever piece of veiled writing, and to obtlin the true seaSh iug one has to read between the liner closely. No wonder that Gen. Parsons in whose hands the document fell, snvliosed it to refer merely to commerce, and therefore failed to bring it before Wasluington at once. 'Ihus it was not until the xpoe.ure of the horrid plot that the iuetranmat was read in its prof er light. The Im.ust inter esting parugraphs in the letter are: ''Mr. M--o assures nme that he is still of opinion that his ftrst proposal is by no means unreasonable, and makes no doubt when he hus a conferonce with you thlat yoa will closa with it. lie expects that when ye. a,,,,0 -tht you will be fully as thoriz:rd fr,,r:. y,;,u house, that the risque and thoe pcIlt(of tbh co-partnlership may be fully and olearly understood. A speculation mig:ht at this time ie easily niatse to some advantage wiu~ ready nl.ut.y, g these is not the quantity of goode at n.etirkat which your partner asrsoa to enhns.,L, and the numnber of apele ulatore below I think will be aainst your nicking an inimediate purchase. I appre hend goods will be in greater plenty and much cheaper in the course of the season, both dry and wet are much wanted and th demand at this junotulie, esolm q(tntitite are expected in this part of the eonuatry soon. "MLt. M--e flatters himselof that in the course of ten days be will hye the pleasure of seeing you. eI requeete ..a to advise I ya that he hae ordered a draft on you in favor of our mutnal friend l--y Mfr &800 which youn will charge to anoo't of the to bnoao. For;maos on the list of the relice of Washlnpton is an attested copy of the Ran oral's will, written on twenty-nine pages of letter-cap, twenty-eight of which bear the signature of General Waehingtou. To the will is appended the schedule of uroperty cosmprouondeo in thie will, on twenty pages, the lest page of which bea.t the signature of Washington. Thu will is dated July It, 1790, and the schedule is dated Mount Vernon. July 9, 1799. This lnteresting relic is said to be a verbatim eou y from the original will, 'tow on record at a'irfax Court House, Va.. which is all in the han.d writing of Washington. Iihe copy was found amnorg t rh pnpers of JJnagen lnbrod Washinxgton, who wa. the active executor of the estate of GeueralI Washington and is supposed to have been made under the supervision of Washington for the use of his exeoutorn. Last April this will was sold for $1.400 to a well known Now York dealer in urto rrnapha, who, after the bale, was doubtful as t, the signatures havsug b~ en written by Washingt ton. Consequently he ro. turned tho document. 'I he owne , ' 1homi. B. W:shington, havini inherited the will in a direct line from Washington, and hav ing every reason for believing the unran tlures genuine, only therefore consent di to take it back if the dealir woICul alro cou sent to relinquish his claimt to G.,u. 15 ash ington's violin, about which there was no question, and which ho had purchased at the sanme time. This he reluctantly con cluded to do. Consequetitly relie hunters will have another oppoltunilty of bidding on an instrument uipon wLiolh (~en. Wash inuton frequently performerel. In itslcif the violin is of considerable value, being old and having a remarkably fine tone. The maker's name is inside: "Jacobus Steiner, in ateam prop I)Dempos itunr, 1675i." Arnosbg the other objects of interest are two eilve:-plated wine coasters which once beloniigd to Washington. It is said that the general possessed only four of these coasters, which were used on his table dur ing his presidency and afterward at Mount Vernon. 'I hey are of antique pattern, but quite pretty. An old silver-plated snuffer tray of Eng lish make is among this group of relies. This old tray, it is said, was used by Wash ington in sealing lettors, and some of the waxetill adheres to the edge. Like most men of his time Walhington did not despise a good glass of wine or punoh. Thisis well known. It is, there fore, not surprising to find an old English rose-cut punch glass and also a wine glass of the same pattern, both of which Mr. Lewis is ready to certify belonged to and were used by Washington. Some time since the United States govr ernment purchased from the Lewis family a set of blue and white Canton china which was used by Washington during his presi donor and afterwards at Mount Vernon, as a nmemento, the family preserving one plate out of the set. but this will now be sold and i likely secured by U'ncle Sam. There are two old engravings in this col lection, one reprosenting the battle of Bunker hill and thei death of Warren, and the death of Montgomerv. These prints were favorites of Washington and were in herited from him by Lawience Lewis. The general owned two of each of the above prints and the other set was bequeathed to Bushrod Washington. This set is also in existence, although very much damaged and worm-eaten. An object to interest the fair sex in gen eral is a neat little needle-book made by Nellie Custis. This book is truly a beauti ful specimen of Miss Nellie's handiwork. The outside of each cover is inlaid with a piece of the silk dress worn by Martha Washington at the last inauguration of her husbaud. On the inside of one cover is at tached the needle-cushion and cover. Probably the choicest relic of President Zachary " aylor and Nellie Costis to be found is an exceedingly well painted por trait of President Taytor in a little black oval frame. Thousands or Suffering Women. Delicate women who complain of tired feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed menstruation, will find in Oregon Kidney 'ea a faithful friend. Itcan be relied upon in every instance to give immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Thou sands of women are suffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidney Tea. THE MARK E'TS. <'1 OCK 1. r'vw Yow. Dec. 11.--Bar silver. Ptl9. Copper-Wear: lake December, $10.50. Lead -Quiet; domestic, $4.30. The stock market was irregular to-day. Mis ounri I acific and Union Pacific were exception ally weak. The features were Richmond Term inal and Chicago gas. The rest of the list was comparativelj neglected. The close was dull, Missouri Pacific losinn 1 per cent. Governments-Steady. Petroleum--Clused 58 ;. Closing Closing U. S. 4sreg. ....... 116i Northwesternpref 139 U. H. 4s coupon....llt7k Now YorkCentral.t1161 U. . s reg....... 100 Oregon Imp....... 2,47 P'acifiohst........O. 10' Oregon Nav....... 790 Atclison.......... 42o4i Pacific Mail ....... o3i ('Canad Pao....... l)0 Pullman Palace... i Canada South..... U:,. U. H. I xpress..... 47 'entral Pacific ... 81 Beading........... Burlington .......1O3L Ltock Island .... b5 Lack. Western.... 3i, Ot. tanl..... .. '. 7 D1. & R. G. profre... 44i t. Paul & Omaha L22a Erin ..... .......... l 'loxa Paciic...... lc. 1 Kansas Texas.... 1'.i Union Pacific..... 4tti Lake Shor .......12::, 'argo Ex press... .141 L'ville & Nacsh..... I8'y l\estern Union.... 2 hichogan Central.l(t, A mori. Cotton Oil. 297 Miesourn Pacific... 'tjil Urog'n Short Line. 2:1 i Northern Pacific.. 2l:' I. G. Western.... 41.t N. I...pe........ 8't ,. G.W.prof...... W i2j Northwesteorn ....115!1 IP(i. W. late...... 7to ( hl, ccy on call easy: closed oleredt at 2: Drinlme mercautilt. paper, 5iCt: sterling exchange steady; 60-day hill, $4.82; demand, $4.84i. ('ilIt AGO CATi'.,t ('Ort Aio. IDec. II.-Cattle -Receipts. 8,000; lower: primo export and shipping steers. Sli4.le 7'i: ('hristmsstencr,, .ui.0C4ti.10; others. $2.01, 43-',5; torkors, $6.2.2Jr2.75. !logs--ieclpte, 55,000: steady at yesterday's declining; roughI arnd 'colmn. $1.501:1.5; prit l tixed nd pac'kors, $:l.75.: 3.5; prime teavy and br.tonrcn' weight, t .s)' :. : light, $:I 0'i43.7t . thoep- lteceitte 1,()0,): fircec. telady; natite mwrs. S'.t$t004.25: wothers, $4,0i5. 00; westerns, 01. l:Ep $4.4s. ('tll('AlO P1It)D (;E. ('turnc h. I)c.. 1 -r'lo~:el -- Wheat - Easy: calt, ;1 ,cr; May, 9;l3kedy o t'orn--lim: cash, .tic : Maly. 431:7. gsate--asoy- cau Cc: May,, . I(lisry No inal:n! c IPork -luecy' eath. 8.ni:87'.,., a. ,ll :t. Lard-.- ;tady; casth, O.Oi (ii'1.C I, 'm dw May, (tlort clear -$5,.7 ' .:.H.I thc ribs- -$5.0i0.5,.8. r1 fl I fVlt~ti IT MAY V Otll'EItN I II \VI tirtatllttrttt itt~ y lvr rthh n o !fx tount. All fat in-, inl.bied ta,, t ill harlad aattll, icm twldtiatty. All paittwi haviull hill i a ainuut tat will l yh'ahe, leave purl'lll a' I Iio otl(.(! Ilf the nltnntlt'lrltt or Louimt ltltzt, forI whnnt bitulo~ak a liltrital latr'aarw Iltrirta, Mlontl.. Due. It, Mill. I- nnnual iorrt:n: of !:'a ''n"'CaJ10,)li P'f, of A J. Wtv t ltt tu it. 'o ' 't+ A rl the ! , -a " r i' an ( if out .), her t'ýiiutlt a-, m (yr (,l. ,f'tr~l, tt a rtut.ttg N 1.a *I~n, pitlrttaa I:+.: lh, hit at tha alit e of it, tara'any at 1J a.u. 'i . J. IjAVI Dl','' NO1! "a:l ~ l cnddo Laud Cr(Ittats, romIom. la-wa r au1d rilnin 1taet 1"'?-. at a rt'ttharr ti.o rtttetea af Il:ota~r,.t." ata i o,,Lttht IttL day f.I Iaybittaryt IHiL ao hatitd ~llanqvuun anti I'itahi at: oI It' terthif.tItrnlra a t a~aattitaatlt, att'day oflt ito iat . Ir trrtt la , . nbm, oll f b ba tarlt-,',pan ta 'tt t tauau;It olle, n lttn Iorntd flit, a! (licity f II. IIIOllN Haoa. SDoaad nec. 10 11th, day enf, Mazt tary. AiDV)CaTI1ED LES.RJS. Inttem to the following addrsr ao rosmat an called for at this olMe:r ",P. C." "d,. We," "Housokespor," "C, R," "No SITUATIONS WANTED--FEI ALN. F dv rtisements 'nder thi hand tHa tinhs SITUATION WA\2Tl`J.--lY ItEMPhiTAILE S.colored girl. Call at 185 N. Jackson street. S'ITUA'I ION WANTED-G(lOOD IIIESSMAR our wv ntsl wrl n family by the day caun out, aud Ait, ddress 511 lIft avotuo. I1'UA'FION TWANTEJ'D) A COMPETNNT "grl, & ood cook, would Ilke a situation in a famrny or a omnal camp. Addres.s Id.. l., dea pCI.ndent otll.o. Sl'l'TUAI'LON WAV'l'l,.)-A- COOK IN PRI ~te family by good woman cook. Ad Ics. Co.k. this clner. SITUA'i'TION WAN IKtI--ItY A WOVMAN OF severalyesr.n' exterionce aln be.t of refer at..c, sticly pt)osti.n <i. dtressentking shop to ccv. Addroea X. 21, this otho. ITUA tlN WAN'.T'1ll--A lIEFINED YOUNG "irt thcaroughbl eomptcteOt anti lxrurieneed anO wising to make herself gInesraly useful -iehes a position ,s child's lnurse or eoonld cork (no washlg.) Address, with particulars, , l''., this k officec. r ITUi TION WANT'FD- WOiRK IY 'lfE DAY at any kind except sewing. ('all at 118 Pine treet. I'l FlA'ION WANTEID)--TO DO WASHINO4 or any klud of work by the day. 1 Sunrise errace, orlner bixth avenue and Davis street. SITUAl'lOhS WVANTED-MALE. Advertlsement~ uutor this head three times Flit I". ' I'UATIlON WAN'TEt --BY A YOUNG MAN in store or "ot.,: four or five years exper ienea in store and two or three years in office. Address 17. (1. 8., this oivce ýTl't!A'JlON WANTED-AS BOOKKEEPER or shipping clerk; lumber busines pre terred; bet referencess. Address W. H. Bldkely, tis 11 o.loe. SITe LATION WANTED- A COMPEITENT eletriciau having 17 years exnparien e wishes a positiot it. thii branch of businessa. Address P. L II., l'os, office, elena. QITIUATION WANTEDI-HY YOUNG MAN wof 17. to work for small wans; steaks Nor wegian only. Addroes A. K., thie otive. IILP L YANTEnD-l EMALE. i.'ANTED--ELDERILY WOMAN FOR UEN oral housework. Address P'. C., this office. ?V ANTED-A COMPETENT (l1 lL FOtR GEN eral housework. Apply at 523 Clark street. S,'AN TED FOU llGtOlO D GEN ER L HO'USBE work girls; fine place. goodL waRges. Ap ply at the Uelvidere Employment office at once. UANTEID-A DREd.SdAKt7Bi. APPLY AT 'V Windsor Hotel. HELIP WANTED-- ALE. ANI'ED --CHANDLkII WAN'ITS CAMP cook, $50; man to work in quarry, $2.50. 1.'ANTED - TWENTY WOOUC'HOPIPERS. Apply to John Fitz Gibbon and C. E. Dud -ey, Empiru. W ANTFD - AN EXPEIIIIENCED IRETAIL shoe salesmoan. 21 North !ain street. WVANTED-SALESMEN EVERIYWHElR FOR new metal specialties for busio.es men, also aide line for druomoers big pay,. send for samples at once. Wrigit Mfg. Co., 14 Park how, Naw York. W ANTED-EXPERIENCED DRUGGIST TO purchase one-half interest in drug busi neo. in the future live town of Montana, $1,'00 to $1,50 capital required. Addreuss C. F. Fuller ton, 3 olumbia Fahs. Meon:. rANTED - AG' NTS -- FIEE PREPAlD outtit to enornefic 1mon. several of our ealesmen have earned from $70 to Sito) a week for years pa.t. P.O. box 1.371, New Yorc. TANTED-A (OOD CANVASSER TO WCRK in real estate ofice. Address box 414. W-ANTED--CUSTOM CLOTHING SALES man for city trade: none but experienced oaesmen need apply.; refrenc required. Ad dress tialesaunm. this ohilce. FOR SA1 E--MISCELLAN EOUS S'O S ALE -- TIHREI SCOTCH C LLIE s hepherd puppies Fior particnlars inquire of L. B. Girdner at Liudaay " Co.'s. }OHI SALE--. NE OF THE FINEST ranches in Montana, 2,090 acres, every acre can be irrigated and have abundanca of water, fine range on every side. good market for every thing produced, good imp!roveoments; will be sold at a great bargain. W. E. Cox, Bold block. F 01 SALE-OLD PAI'Ell AT A BAIiRAIN 1 at this office. F' OR SALE--$5.000 t WILL BIY A WELL LO I oated hotel in Htelona. complet',ly f'lrnished. $2.50 down, balance on easy terlms. Matheson & Co.. Denver block. l'OR BALE--BCHOLAIlHI' Int TiHE HIEL S ona Business College. Call at this sflice. FOR SA.LE--. SAIOON DOINtx A GOOD paying businoes; will stand close investiga tion. Canse of selling, owner must leave the country on account of poor health. Address box 5)l city. [3'OR SALE-SCIIOLARSHIP IN THE SMIN tana Business ('ollego Call at this office. FOR SALE--A THOROUGHLY BROKEN driving inmre. suitable for gentleman's drir ine: with or without buggy and harness: address it0, this otlice, 'O1 '>ALE-ESTABLISHED MIERCANTILE business with a large trade. "ill trade for improved real estate in Helena. Stojtc & Clem ent-. 'T01 ttALE--iO0 SHA lEM CUMBERLAND sfetock, at a bargain. Address C. E.. this oitice. BOARD AND ROOM OFFIEIREI). ;14" lIENTl -EIEGANTLY F1tllN INtIIID 1 rooms at the Lloyd house, 11i Clark st rest: under the mlanagement of Mrs. C. M1. Leoatho; newly fitlud and furnishe I. Strictly lirst-clasrs Al nodeIrn iimprovements. tRestaurant in con (1 flllENT -- OOM IN IlPIVATE FAMILY withl board at 505 Ewing street. I OR Il:N'-- TIIHEE ILI:NDIbIIED I 10011 1 with or wilthout board, No. 1 yiortr, Bouton avenuu. FOR~ lENTr-DWI.L11N,4, FO(F1St' FLOOR. ll, (It i]w lint', foir large roatta, hard tinitibd. hath,. hot amtI rCOWt watr,, firnalerr. awrit-elly Ifmni-hit, $tIU. Manth,,, r (Xu., Donticr blo:ilt Iiihedll IomplY Lo. Il itrti at 12J NLorth lihat tigh atrort. IIENTL HES tl -NO Ftl 711 FltA NUt 1l latHIItII1at.tatae with firt roust,, bath, tont and coid wi"t.;r" fitraftita $11. Miattrhrdn ('a.. I)rtotr F loc: kORll IllSIT--NEilW iIIX-IlOtIM Hl RILK tuonhitulenu ti Wrrlttt tri,.. :'~) trnimotit.. Illhl )h 11E)( (in, '1'}ll I I"tli; .Nll 111(·OI r W 11.· - naitalto foIr light llmtti ektoeljiog. ran lr.,lly it rata"( nn tIl,,ia fro'im ;Hain ntnt. Mat aaaaIt )Iul I tnllr-D id ttdora ii evIry Ipart of tiro cily. "ll ltdwttd satreri.. 'l(Ilt .;NF I 1IVIX tOOXI lio1)-F ('OllNl;I in tll n amtl yl fiidto-i-ri, , tr ill, iii; ,j Jn r ii,, rwilnt ; ertt t-nri,tiitytnt5tlnin ii,,, a a I orl.tr ,zitne r rant , ntt Ittnlniy v t rr t botanr roilk, Irg Yro , $-7 fJoutr Bo.;rnrirrm :i-- IhOa,o I k~irr j nrldea ant / 4- r .iirntor,rn. tittatta ! hy, i;NE.-'- N''I~ I 11 ! Oi 111rth I It, lIO1t 't (itt tI ti atn ine rr r Iun s UtO, . o a Ro n re . ldt, sla ii Ialul Gll llOM IIIAII- ( lO i O ý lntal -tntit are}otm 5y0 nor liti)n. +Lt;t, 1 ill.N---l -y-tA - tI -~irtIO i aett, nnt na in Broedwatar addj traa, nor taw ,er )onth. htaeia & dlemet,. l Irn-rtn·.. POK iit-rwo 'I u wtt WarrM ROOMt. t'i R sot r Royse lpEg R0 Fita E trourngo "II119, sti.. Fo1 t1nT- *UI~tiRNIIID olt1NelUP olo at t 10 Wo FOnihd roN ua ýo Int a NEOU10 Warrd stt:t nest to Grandon blp4, FOR RENT--GOOD IOM OI FURNIBHED sad unfurihed at lwloEap street. Conrer Uith venrau. Inqire ol the plemuens LOR RENT-YARQE WEIL llltNEARMO nt ront roo Uto one or two el melomen UEs quire No, 9. Nortt Ilwiug. j ORi A.UEN'F.UTRI D TASLY O FURNI ID1 oter at nusoual ,te IHale ena oo Grand street. Next dour Ittl Beteol, FOR RENT--UNII EDOOSLANKO A I' prtmenshow wlndow Spleandid doestion for ocWery or other retil bpusnessr $40 per month. APply. to WaLac A 'Thornburgh, Denver build ing. 'FOR REIGNT-STORE 0il OIFICE ROOMI j in opera house. Steele A C(lemnts. uo JA RENT--STORI ON MAIN STREET, Slarge and deirable; cheap rent. W. . Cox, (told block. FOR IIENT-INE LABRGE ASEMENT ON Upper Main street. Steele Clements. T.OR RICNT--WAREIEHOUS NEAR MON O tar Centra depot. Steele & Clements. IIOR ENT-UNFURNISHIED ROOMS 1N opera hoe,. Steele A Clemente. 7.'I t RENT.-RIOOMS SUITABLE FOR 1 housekeeping in ver conveniment location. W. E Cox, (fold block. 'OLf RFNT-UNFURNISIEiD R1OOMS AND apartments of all kinds and in deirabla locations. at$4 to $10 per room. Call and examn ine onr list. Wallace & Tl'hornbnrgh. l)Denver building. OR IIIENT.-STORE IN A GOOD PAYING F locnation; a good opening for o live man in thle grocery line. Address m. Vm Keseelpaugl, Wolf tCreeook, Mont. MI5iEELLA NEO I. M'ISS JACKMAN'lI PRIVATE SCHOOL IN shorthand and typewriting, room 15 Bailey block. Special rates to Docmlnee 15. Trial leoson free. CHANDLE IS8 THE MAN TO GET YOU A 'house. Everybody goes to him to. got rent ers. Employment oftiee. 2t Edwards street. G RASSLANDS PAS'TU RA(lE-STOCK CALI. ed for. Edwd. Dabney, WANTED-A MAN WHO WILL GIVE $1.200 for a half intoreds in a large quartz lead, the Lhoney to be expended in developing the prop eryl and to be paid in as work progresses. Math son & Co., Denver Block. WANTED--FOUR TO SIX BOARDERS CAN be accommodated at 505 Ewing street. W ANTED -TO BUILD A SIX-ROOM HOUSE with furnace and bath room complete for $27000. Call and see plans: we know they will suit. Wallace &Thornburgh, Denver building. WANTED--A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF the inest residence sites on west side; price low for cash. Wm. Muth. X'ANTD)--A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF inside p.pperty; just tho thing for a row of fate; close to aian street. Wm. Moth. WANTED-A TRADERI WHO WANTS A ranch in exchange for business property. Wm. Muth. ri ANTED-TO TRADE 80 ACRES NEAR Great Falls for Helena property. SteeleA Clements. W ANTED-PARTNER HAVING $5,000 CASH to take up a mining dealt will brar clos est investigation. Address C. E.. this office. WANTED--A BUYER FOR A PLATTED Stract of the best residence ploperty on west side: price way.down: half casub, balance in one year. Wm. Muth, agent. WANTED-TO TRADE A 9-ROOM HOUSE on east side, hardwood floor and finish, bath, furnace, all modern conveniencea, for un improved property, or will sell equity for $5,000. Steele & Clement.. WlANTED-A WELL DEVELOPED MINE free milling gold ore teferred: price based on develbpments. Wn. Moth, agent. FOIL SALE, REAL ESTATE. )220t0 NEW DWE LING IN EASTERLY addition. Hall, eight rooms.pan try. closets. cellar, city water, fine outbuildings; hones is very subetantially built. is attractive in appea:rance and guaranteed to be warm. tihis pit was bluilt by Martin & Dabbart, who are generally acknowledged to be careful, competent and conscentious builders. Terms $100 down, balance on long time. Matheson & Co., Denver block. O.F BSALE--FOR $7100 GOOD BUILDING _ lot 50xl50 on South end of Rodney street; address box 777, city postofice, F Ol BALE-05,000, 50a140 FEET. 0-ROOM frame house, a corner on Warren street; $6,500, 75x150 feet, 8-room stone house on Madi son avenue; $3,500, 40xll8 feet, 6-room frame house, corner, on Chaucer street; $3,500, 40x111 feet, 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. E. 8. French & Co. 'Olt SAI,AE-475 WILL BUY TWO LOTS, each 50l110, in Flower Garden addition, near Montana avenue. Matheson & to., Denver Block. FOlU SALEt--$5i,230 FOR TWO HOUSES AND - two loti in llakeaddition; one house is of brick and ihas six rooms, the other frame; $2,000 down; situated between Beatlie and Davis. Matheon At Co.. Denver Block. lOIBALE--$1,800. txilllt, 4-ROOM 0 FRAME f on Dakota avenue; $4,500, 5Ox84, 7-room frame hatane, Blake street; $4,000, 42x88 feet, 9-room brick on Sixth avenue, leattie; $3,500, sx86 feet, 8-room brick on Beattie street. E. a. F'rench & C(;o. I Olt SALE--$1,250 FOb A GOOD) I VE-iOOM dwelling on south side one block from Rodney; contains hall, live rooms, pantry, large closets, good cellar; lot 50x125; $:$21 down, $25 per month. Matheson & Co.. Denver Block. F.Ol BSAIE--$1,~00, 75x125 FEET. 4-ROOM Sframe holsee, l;roadwater motor line; $60500, 50O130 feet, 6-roomn frame house, 50 feet doable frontage oontertton and Park avenue, business property; $5,000, MAxli0 feet, 8-rooon frame house on Lawrence street; $5,000. 100It10 feet. 9-room brick house on Eleventh avenue. E5. . French & Co. 1i'O1O ALE-YWAItEIIOUSI LOTS IN EL. Ulilonl, on N. I'. right of way, $100. Mathe son & C(o. U'UlR HALE -NICE 7-ROOM BI:ICK lO!UBtE - oui Eleventh avenue near ilodney. Steele & lcmitents. 1;'Ol MAL-.I,-.Iu I AND 2, IN BLOI'K 10, corner Bout't lRodney and Southern etreets. oenetl round:; linel ciew in tihe city. Apply to J. N. (Craig, 612 S. l.odiey street, i01( 8A, --$550 WILL fBUY A PII':CE OOF land adljoining Dists strieet and not more than It-n iniut;e-s walk sont. of ,rtadway; front ago 4.0 ftwl: wattr conveonienl: a good location for some one who wants a roomy locution for beetoing insaits Itor ws: easy terms. Matheson Jolt i °1ll: 0 "FOR A SMALL IiRICK Sbunoe oif four roolus, well bilt, anti lot t:,1, .S :onlth tdllnt-y strOet: $1t00 dowin, 84 pIor lm-nit,. :athlson & Co.. Denver Block. ' l.i, l4.I,::-l-:Itlli 'Y ACllhES OF EXCEL t1,52S); water, leuen NMatheson & Co. Denver Itiut-.. Iorf SALE-..',s 0 5xEi· 9 FE TH;I 5-l()O, U feuat, -rluom brilk holte on ;Eighth avonue; $4.100i 4:!'0 I,. -,--riot frains hose onu r BIrotas way;: $.2li), -itLteiO0 ret, 5-room brick house. -'orntt, iljlroladwty. l.i . Frelch li Co. , l SliitPer stl-.lt. near Itoldny, only ftw minite, furo t postilliue, at great bargain. Steolt r c l p.rl p, l y. r A uran tllur lots ln ; t'terly cullition; houne Ihs hllal live largoi reooms, nutmertus taonvun - It-ntes, ttllar under whole Lhoue--, slabl altd otL-. btil-litug, city water ald ciut.r., line ltawti priec, 1-,t,0 payable $1.75i t.ltwl. balance tit fotr ttart' tinlo at , per cellt itierest: tie Iros olttie are, rlearly worlli tlit, price sakiil fur the brut, erty. tcthek on&tt'"o., l)unver Bllhtck. L'Olt B;AiI' fli-I(Ot)70I7)1 It:hiiI);, I(IN WESTt eiao, bath tsoem. well flnitt,,d, $1,20 easll, balanct tt stil, tli. L i(d 'ieni to. a w ill t ra d el) fo r uni m d crl i t l ot :. r t! ll ratitlih propaerly.. lilsrast A r, tudipetdeuiitt., ,'L OtAL}; - :15t0 FOL A (0'055l) IiII"3IENlE lot in stoittht iport of tiiy, titer Itoititey; no (town payiellt ritllired frotmi Io'cuthaetr Who tbutlyd lnie lot; lthree )earv' intti will be given for payloenL ot lot. lalthteson ('o., lI)ever lilocuk. uitiut at a bargain. lbs Withorbee An drew Co.. hold bClur. SPEGIAL.TIES. _ PE'GIALTIE6 Richelieu Canned Corn, THE FINEST SWEET CORN PACKED IN AMERICA. Sweet Kernel Corn, IS SIMPLY DELICIOUS. ONE-THIRD CHEAPER THAN RICIIELIEU. Crescent Sugar Corn, FOR PUDDINGS, SOUP, GEMS, GRIDDLE CAKES, FRITTERS, ETC. Auditorium Brand, PRESERVED RED STRAWBERRIES. Pacific Orehard Cannery CONNOISSEURS EXTRA TABLE FRUIT IN TIN AND GLASS. A special lot of Finest Havana Cigars and Fancy Tobacco just imported for the Holidays. BiACH, CORY & CO., SIXTH AVE.. CORNER MAIN. FOR SALE--REAL ESTATI. FOR SALE- SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON NINTH avenue within a block from steam motor line; price $2,300, cayable $300 down, balance to suit purchaser. Matheson & Co.. Denver Block. FOR SALE-SIX-ROOM HOUSE AND BARIN on Madison avenne: only $2,400, $500 down. Matheson & Co.. Denver Block. FOR SALE-- 3,300, 35x88, 8-ROOM BRICK. cellar, water, etc, on taloign street; $3,800, 42x88, 9-room brick, cellar, water, etc.. on lal eigh etreet $1,500, lixlOO feet. 8-room frame house, on hianser boulevard; $4,500, 45xl00 feet, I-room frame house on Broadway. I. S. French & Co. FOe SALE-$1,000: $350 CASH, BALANCE on long time, buys a new three-room house; lot 50x125. Addreess box 777, city. F OR SALE-RESIDENCE ON WEST BIDE, Sclose to business center. large lot, east front, very desirable home. Steeleo Clements. 'OR SALE-$5,000 FOR FINE RANCH OF 800 acres on Big Blackfoot: all under fence; two dwellings: ample outbuildings, sheds, etc.i first water right and ample water; agricultural implements and small mill: commands a very fine range. MathesonU & Co., Denver Bllock. Ot BALE--NEW BIX-ROOM, AND BATH roomhome, corner tot, 50x100W furnace, bath, ont-buildings, fences and sidewalk, complete: price, $3,500: small cash payment; balance on easy terms at eight per cent. Bancroft, P. O. box 813, Helena. FOR SALE-$8.500 FOR AN ELEGANT NEW house inLenox addition: eight rooms be side bath-room, front and back stair. reception hall, oak finish, plumbed for hot air and ga., ample grounds, north front; $1,000 down. a de cided bargain. Matheson & Co.. Denver Block. OR SALE--NEAT COTTIAGE ON EAST SIDE Swithin a block of steam motor line; price $1,500. $'00 down. Matheson & Co., Donver Block. FORSALE-CORNER LOT, 100x150, on beet t residence street in the city; full view of the east side and valley. Address box 277, city postoffie. TOtl BALE-AT A BARGAIN-50 FEET ON Broadway near Hoback; easy terms. Ad dress postoffice box li, Helena. FOR SALE-FINE 8-ROOB M BRICK REIT dence on west side, only two blocks from Main street, fronts on two streets; very cheap. Steele & Clemente. FOR iAL:--$5,000. 40x100 FEET, 9-ROOM brick, bath, cellar, etc., gas fixtures, double frontage on two streets. E. B. French & Co. F OR SALE-NEW6-ROOM HOUSE IN BROAD water addition, only one-block from electric motor; small payment down, balance install ments, Steele & Clements. IOR BSALE-ELLISTON LOTS IN DEPOT I additon from $40 to $100. Matheson & Co., Denver Block. 'OlR SALE--50x140 FEIET ON LYNDALE AVE. oue at a bargain; terms to suit. Steele & Clements. LOST. I OST-BUNCH OF KEYS. FINDER WILL be rewarded by returning to Arthur lielwig at office of A. M. Holler iartware Co. L OST-THREE-QUAIRTER CIRCULAR. TAN color cloth; yoke of wrap braided in dark brown and gold braid; Qooun Anne collar; trim med with ostrich feathers. lost on lark av enue, betweou iixth avenue aniL Edwards street or on Edwalds street. Finder leave same at this ofl8fo and receive reward. I OMT-A TWISTED GOLD RING MOUNTED - with a Montana sapphire; a suitable reward will be paid upon return to the independent osfice. I OS'l'-A NECKLACE OP GOLD IIEADS BE tween the corner of Rodney street and Tenth avenue and Turner ball. Findler please leave at this ,,tliee or at 505 Ewing stheet anti receive re wtyrd. LU0T-A PAIR OF NEW BLACK LADIES kid gl ves at Bill Boosler's wedding lash Thoredey. Nov. 5, at the Turner ball. I ie hten eat finder please will return them to 31Of Water st. LOST'-- ILADY'S IlUNTINti-C(ASEi GOLD watch, stem-winder, Swiss movement. Eindr return same to Weinstein's and receive reward. FOUND. 0it l)-h. Of P. tiN. CALL AT THI. L office. MONEY TO LOAN. tUONEY TIO LOAN--H. 3. P1ALMELI. SEE .1 adv,. pago 8. TO LOAN-IN bUMS TO NUIl'. LOW IATES 1 of interest. Steeole & Clments. NOTI('E TO ('REDII'T)ItS--IN TIIE DI8 trict court of thbs irst .tidicial district of the stat. of hontana, in rnd for Lewis and (.Ic ke coeinty. In tim mailer of the estate of Patrick A. aen nott, th.-eesdl. n,,t c. ib hbrheby given by lthe ndersigned, ad ministratrix of tt.o state of latrick A. ottunott. loeceased, t the crvdltorn of and a.1 pe ons hav ing clalimt against t e said dlroasuu, to exhibit theam. with te osw.nry Vtc'terts, within four me.nths after ite tirt pubIibicati, n of Ihin n tico. t.ctho slid adtninit.ratric, a. rorn .,:, in tite ttnrt lonus3 .tt lewls and Clarkeo ounty. in tihe iry of t-lena. Montas.a, tteo smam being ite place for the transaction of thie bu-tues;of raid estate in tile county of i e.ve andt larke., Administratrix of the estate of Fatrick A. Ben uotr. ,letere d )ated Deut. 2, 1891. jTO'I'ICE iOF S'IOKHLOLLDERI MII'I'INGt. - Notiol Is hereby given to the stockLbeldere of the Ilumboldt 'onsolidated Miintg company that a meeting of the atockholders of said cont payv will be hold at the law oltee of Masdena HIolard, room 5. Gold block, in the city of e1I1 eva, Miotana, on Taesday, the 1l5th day of De remtber. A. I). 1851, at 7:10 'eclocg p. m, for the louplt of elecrtng five trustees for salI com pany. to serve util tite next annual meeting of the stockhoIldere., ad until their suoroseorse shall be elected ant tlualilisd. and for he trans. action of such other bnsitess as may be prpevrly irHeaslted for tonsideratlun. All stockholders are requested to be present In reron or by Iroxy. I'roxies should be tiled with the seeors tary Ile:ore noon of the day of Mestllg. Dated Nov. 21, A. D. 1891. MAIITIN IM. HOTIISR ll'reuident. . MAOEA ngiCs Seoretary. SANTA OCRUZ. CALIFORNIA......... . THE SEA BEACH HOTEL I n the NEWEST, LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE AND MOST DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL in Banta Crux Situated In the midst of commodious rounds, the house directly overlooks the broad and curving beach and the bay of Moaterey, where is found the finest winter and summer surf bathing in the world. From the wide verandas the most magnificent and varied marine and mountain views in Californ'a are seen on all sides. Its many rooms are handsomely furniehed and sunny. while plenty of bath-rooms, fire-places steam-heaters, electric light. and bells, gu, hot and odIJ water, are necessary comforts which will be apprencated by all. A Large Dining-Roonm, Excellent Table and the Best of Service Throughout the House are Specialties, STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR. The Reach Station of the broad gauge road is uast below the hous, and carriages await trains at all depots. A descriptive souvenir booklet of the Hotel and surronnding country mailed free of chargo on application. For full particulars and terms applL to JOHN T. SULLIVAN. Proprietor. HEIRIFF'S HALE--BY VIRTUE OF AN EXE cution in my hands, issued out of the dis trict court of the Firet judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. in the sit of W. F. Whittier, Wil liam P. Fuller, F. N. Woodeland C. A. Plummer. co- artners in business under the firm name and style of Whittier, Fuller & Company. plaintiffs. against Gieorge H. Pew, defendaut, duiy attes ted the 10thday of December, A. D., 1891, I have levied upon all the ri gt, title and interest of the said George H. Pew. in and to the follow ing described property, situated in Lewis and Clarke county, state of Montana, viz: Northwest 4, southeast )4, of section fourteen (14), township eleven (11) north, range three (3) west. Also the southeast 4. southwest )J. of section fourteen (14). township eleven (11) north, range three (3) west. Also the northeast (4, northwest )4, and north west ), northeast )4 of section twenty-three s23), township eleven (11) north, range three (3) west Also the west thirty-eight (38) feet of lot n1m her three (3). in block lettered "V," of the Manldin addition to the city of Helena. Also the east twelve (12) feet of lot numbered three (8), in block lettered 'V," of the Mauldin atldition to the city of HIolena. Also the west thirty-eight (138 feet of lot num bered two (2), in b'lock lettered "V," of the Mauldin addition to the city of Helena. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto lI longing or in anywise appertainling. Notice is hereby given that on Thursday the Blst dayof December. A. D. 1891. at the hour of 12 o'clock noon., of said day, at the front door of the court-louse in the city of Helena, I will sell all the right, title and interest of the said ieorge H. P'w in and to the said above described property, to the highest bidder for cash in Given under my hand tills the 10th day of De celmber, A. 1). s189l1. CHIARLES M. JEFFERIS, Sheriff. By ItALPH G. JOHNHON, Deputy Lierlff. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TOi CUT TIM her upon public lauds. In accordance with the provisions of section 1 of the act of congress, pased Masrh 8, leSI. antd tice rules and regulations is.ned thereon lst by the ht nnrable socretary of the interiur and tihe honorab.e commissioner of the generatl lad ot les May 5i, lt1, J. Henry Longmuid. whose postotlioe address is tanncig City, I.easllbead county. Montana, hereby elves notice that at the oxpiration of twenty-one dare from the flrs: pub ic tiltn of thit notice, he will malte applica tion in writing to the honorable secretcry of the interior for authority to cut and rothw.v all the merchantbe saw logs, pine and tir timber, on the following described unsurveycd public lands, to-wit: ('ommencing at a point where Iuffalo cteek. a loft hand fork ut Grasshopper creek, enters into, a canyon in what lI known locally as the Vee'. lidet range anddistant frorp tile town of lan oaw'k, it Beaverl sad countly. Montana. about ten miles in a soutiwesterly direction; extending thence up toe said Bufta'o croek and perallel to Its course for a distance of two mi ls noeo tir less, antd fr half a mile on tite rl hlt or easterly bank, and a mile ol the westerly or left Iankl of saidTI creek, beiga ps:crl of groutld shabout two miles in length anti a mile and a half in width, containing about twe, tlhousand acres. The estimated amount of each kind of timb.r is about ttl,000 feet of fir and 2.0,00 feet of pine, more or lees. 'iTe character of the land upon which said timber is growing is gravelly ant mounrninous, except a small strip, whitoe Is swampy and wet. 'the linber there, n ie rough and scrubby, te greater p. tion of it being fir. The purlose for which the timber is to be out is for the erection of workman'a dwellings, storehlnuses reduction works, undergroun workr and all mining turne"se for the dlevelolpment of the Gel ten Leaf mining pr<pertio r. J. lIJINR LO\(1MAID. OTItCE TO BTOCKIIOLDEIR8 OF THE Jersny Blue Mining Cutopany-Office of tue Jersey Blue Mining tompaey. It having been so ordered at a meeting of the trustees of the Jersey Blue Mining Co. boheld leea. 1, l8l1, notice is hereby given that a spoibal rm ting of the stock holders of the ,iersey Blue Mining company will be held in the conopsan ' offiote, room one. Power building, in the city of Helena, Mon.ans. on We Inredey, ths 20sth lay of January, 189n, at four o'clock in lhe afternoln, for the purpose of considering a propotition to sell the tnbiro property of said contpsny as follows, to wit: Alt of that certain patented quartz lode min ing olaim situated in the county of tilber how, stlate of Mlontana. known as titse "Jersey Blue" q'uartz lojs mininig claim. destgnated by Uuite~l ttates turvety and ilaent as surrey lot so. 75 nt sectin six (0i), in township three (8t north, of range seven (7) west. principal meridian and base litie of Montana, together with all the dips, spurs and angl s, and, also, all the metals, urce. gold and silver bearlnug quartz, rook and eta t tlhreoi: t nd all the rtltts. privileges aid fran chises thereto inucident, apteadast and atltr tenaut, or tlerewi h usual y had and en.oyi d; and, also all and singular tie lenements. uachmstery, tools, implmnents. horeditamots and epperiten. snces thrreto, bslougeug or in any wi e appe taing, an I thie rents. iesues and profits theref; anu, a.oee, all the estate, r glt, title, interest. property, posesaston, claim and denatud whltso ever. se well in law as in equity. ot the said Jer sey Hlt.o iniunlg company orf il or to sad proae lees, anid very part and partel thereor, with the attpurt sanc-u Aedti ettcs other bttsineu as may properly come befItre said miteeting. J. O. IIUDNII 'T 'residont. Jt1HN T. MURI'tIY, It. M. PAHlUHEN. J. J. kICKIEY. Trustees. I1 BROWN, Seetetary. Helena, Mnt., Deg. 2, le., NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS-HELENA, LEWIS and C;larke county, Montana, Now. 7, 1891. 'Io Fli Yibly, or to whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that I have expended one thousand nine hundred (11.900) dollars, in lab.Jr and improvremente upon the west fifty f.et of No. 8 Watt, and the east ffty feet of No. 4 Weut, on the Meaotyrelode in OwOhee mining district Lewis and Clarke county. Montnna, (said parcels of round being Lounded on the oeat b. lot I8 "'C 'and on the west by 88 '"D", United State', patents on said Mcintyre lode) ij ordor to hold said premises under the provisions of saection 224ll, revised estatutes of the United States. beine the amount required to hold the same for the years. 1818, 1874. 1875. 1876. 1877. 1878, 1879, 180,. 1881, 1881, 1883, 1884, 18.51. 188, 1887, 1888. 1889, 1800. 18141. Aid if within ninety days after this notice by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expe'iditre as a co-owneor. your interestin said claim will be the property of the sebscriber under section 2821. JACOB SCHAFEIt Date of first publication Nor. 7, 1891. oTICEOF APP'LICATION TO CUT TIMIINII Inaccordance with the provisions of seeo tion eight of rules and regulations prescribed by by the honorable eucretary of the interiur, dated May 5, 1891, the undersigned, J. b. Lau.. whlose pootoflice addreoss is Ilozeman, iGallatin county, Mlotana nereby gives notice, that at the expiration of'twenty-one dats from thefirst publication of this notice, he will make appt cation in writing to the bonorable secretary of the interlo .for permission and authority to cut and remove alld murchantalel raw logs suitable tor manufacture into lumber, consistinl( of red andi ye!low fir. white pine and spruce timber, upon certain trac of lands situatled on ti.anlun croek in .(Gallatin and Malison rountiess Alontna,. whlin arc, oublic Sands and are as sot unsnrveye;i and described as follows. to-wit: (Commenclno atthe mototlhi of donlsho crek. tributary of snaid West tiallatin river, and Oun ning up raid creek on both sides a diLItanre oif eight miles, and laving tihereon about 1,U00,(.09 feet of red ndd yellow ihr and whitio pine timber. The character of the above described landi o very rouluh mnd nountainous and wholly unfit for sgrlculiurai nurposoes; minersS have been dis covered in parts of said lnd.i The timber there on is scattering, rough and scrlunbby, the greater portion of toe bust of it having been out and re moved in .ears pat. 'IThe purpose for which timber will be 0I01 will be for supplyling luter of various kinds to tile miners, farmers ani other residents of CGallatin county, and the kinol of timber intended to be cut is ucih as is of uf ficient size to make merchantable lumber. J. (I. LANE. [First publication Oct 25. .181.] QUMMONS--IN THE DISTRIC'T COURT Sof the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clark . James Sullivan and I. Marks, plaintiffs vs. J. E. iyrne, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear inan action brought atainot you by the above named plaintiff in thie district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed thereinwithin ten days (exotulnve or the day of service) after the service on .ou of this sum mone if served within this county: orn if served ont of this counooty. but within tldo district, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be takon against you according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought tJ recover judgment ausinst you for the sum of one hundred and eighty-four and sixty one-hundredths dollars, wi th interest thereon from August 8l, 1891e and coats of sunit the plaintiffs llavng paid said onu of r184.80on said ~oUguetl 1 1891, to one n. P. Buydam in satisfaction of a certain judgment duly given and rendered, enterd and docketed in said district court on June 12, 18J1, in avor of saidl hejlydani and against you. t ie above named dsfefdent, altrnming or appeal the judg meant of one U. W. Fleincher, justice of the peace, in said action. andl by you appealed from iaid justice court to said district court on May 8, It.u the plaintitffs herein, the said James Sullivan and L Marks being the sureties upsn iho indertak iog on said aplesal and thereby became liuble for the payment of said judgmeneut s appeal, and having paid the same, as aforesaid. And you are ieretby notified that if yon fail to appsar aod answer th's said complaint, as above required. the said plaintilff wlL take juludgment againet you for said tum of $184.W0 with interest thereon from the lith day of August, 1891, and ,:eols of suit. Given under my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of the First judiciial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and C'larke, Lids 4tht day of Ilcenimbr. in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ai. sty-,ne. I |. fe,.I JOlN BEAN, Clerk. 11. It Ttionmsoon, Deputy tier!s. ianiR.iNo and MIUFFLY, attorneys for plaintifls. HOVEY & BICKEL CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS, ROOM8 24, 28, Merchants National Bank Building. Helena, - Montana.