Newspaper Page Text
THE BILL NYE OF OLD,.
A Description of a Fire Which He Wrote Before Hei, Became ýq Famous. The Terror of the Town In Aeou rately and Minutely Do ,o aribed, A Concealed stalrcase Enables the buture Humorist to Escape the Devouring Element and the Hotel. Written by The Author. Last night I was awakened by the cry of Aie. It was a loud, hoarse cry, such as a large, adult man might emit from his win dow on the night air. The town was not large, and the Are department, I had been told, was net so effective as it should have been. For that reoson I arose and carefally ,dressed myself in order to assist, if possible. I carefully lowered myself from my room 'by means of a staircase which I found con coaled in a dark and mysterious coiner of the passage. On the streets all was confusion. The hoarse cry of fire had been taken up by others, passed around from one to another, till it had swollen into a dull roar. The cry of Are in a small town is always a grand sight. AUll alog the street in front of Mr. Pen dergast's roller risk the blanched faces of the people could be seen. Men were hurry lag to' and fro, kneoking the bystanders over in their frantic attempts to get some where else. With great foresight, Mr. YPen dergast, who had that day inished painting his roller rink a dull roan color, removed from the building the large card which bore the legend: rnEnr PAINT I So that that those who were so disposed tlnght feel perfeotly face to lean up against the rink and watch the progress of the flames. Anen the bright glare of the devouring element might have been seen bursting throlgh the easement of )Lr. Cicero Wil lI.[s' residence, facing on the alley west of I r. Pendergast's rink. Across the stredt the spectator whose early education had net been neglected could distinetly read the sign of our esteemed fellow towns man, Alonzo Burlingame, which was lit up by the red glare of the flames, so that the letters stood out plain as follows: ALONZO BURLINGAME. Dealer in Soft and Hard Coal, Ice Cream, Wood, Lime, Cement, Perfumery, Nails, Puatty, Spectasles and Horse Radish. Chocolate Caramels and Tar Roofing. Gas Fitting and Undertaking in All Its Branches. Hides, Tallow and Maple Syrup. Fine Gold Jewelry, Silverware and Salt. Glue. Codllsh and Gent's Neckwear. Undertaker and Confectioner. lP Diteases of Horses and Children a specialty. . Jom WHITE, PT&. The Lames spread rapidly, until they threatened the Palace rink of our esteemed fellow townsman, Mr. Pendergast, whose genial and urbane manner has endeared him to all. With a degree of forethought werthy of a better cause, Lorey W. Butts suggested the propriety of calling out the hook and lad der company, an organization of which every one seemed to be justly proud. Some delay-ensued in trying to find the janitor of Pioneer Hook and Ladder company No. 1's building, but at last he was secured, and after he had gone home for the key, Mr. Batts ran swiftly down the street to awake the foreman, but after he had dressed him self and inquired anxiously about the firs, he said that he was not foreman of the company since April 2. Meantime the fire fiend continued to rise up ever and anon on his hind feet and lick up salt barrel after salt barrel in close prox imity to the Palace rink, owned by our es teemed fellow-citizen, Mr. Pendergast, after which he went home and filled out a blank, which he forwarded to the insurance company. Just as the town seemed doomed, the hook and ladder company came rushing down the street with their navy blue hook and ladder truck. It is, indeed, a beauty, being one of the Excelsior noiseless hook and ladder factory's best instruments, with tall red pails and rich blue ladders. Some delay ensued, as several of the officers elaimed that under a new by-law passed in January they were permitted to ride on the truck to fires. This having been objected to by a gentleman who had lived in Chicago for many years, a copy of the by-liws was sent for and the dispute sum marily settled. The company new donned its robber overcoats with great coolness, and proceeded at once to deftly twist the tail of the fire fiend. It was a thrilling sight as James MeDon ald, a brother of Terrance McDonald, Trombone, Ind., rapidly ascended one of the ladders in the full glare of the devour-. ing element and fell of again. Then a wild cheer rose to the height of about nine feet, and all again became con fused. It was now past 11 o'clock, and several of the members of the book and .ladder com pany, who had to get up early the next day in order to catch a train, exeused them selves and went home to seek mucak-needed rest. Sunddenly it was discovered that the brickl iivery stable of Mr. MeMichaels, a nephew of oar worthy assessor, was getting hot. Lehring the Palace rink to its fate, the book and ladder company directed its at tention to the brisk barn, and after numer ous attempts at last succeeded in getting its large iron prong fastened on the second story window sill, Which was pulled out. The hook was again inserted, but not so effectirelr, bringing down this time an armful of hay and part of an old horse blanket. Another courageous jab was made with the iron hook, which succeeded in pulling out about five cents worth of brisk. This was greeted by wild bursts of applause from the bystanders, during which the hook and ladder company fell over each other and added to the horror of the scene by a mad burst of pale blue pro fanity. It was not long before the stable was licked up by the fire fiend, and the hook and ladder company directed its attention toward the undertaking, embalming and lee aream parlors of our highly esteemed fellow townsman, A. Burlingame. The conmpany susceeded in culling two stone window sills out of this building before it burned. Both times they were cheered by the large and aristocratie audience. Mr. Blurlingame at once recognized the offorts of the heroic frsemen by tapping a i keg of beer, which he distributed among them at 25 cents per glass. This morningll a Space forty-seven feet wide, where but yeat:erday all wsee joy and prosperity and beauty, is sovered with I blackened ruins. Mr. Penderaset is over come by grief at the loss of his rink, but ensures as that if he is esuccessful in get tlng the full amount of his insurance he will take the money and build two rinks, either one of which will be far more inl posing than the one destroyed last eveuing. A movement ig on foot to give a literary and musical entertainment at Burley's hall to raise funds for the purehase of new uni forms for the "fire laddies," at which Mrs. BIatts has consented to sing "When the Robina Nest Again," and Miss Meltli Stout will recite "'Ostler Joe," a selection which nevear fails to offend the best people erverywhere. Twenty-five cents for each offene,. iT"Let there be a full house. Btrenagth ans Ilealth. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electrio Bitters. If "la grippe" has left you weak and weary, usone Electric Bit- I ter. This remedy acts directly on liver, stomach and kidneys, gently alding those organs to perform their tnantioue. If you are alflioted with siok headache you will and rlgdy and permanent yelief by taking Eletroa Bitters. One trial will convince rou thatthls is the remaed yeu need. Large bottlelonljy Oo, at It. li. Hale A Co,'l drug store. ' A Waraing-Uoe's wee M ig Words. In promulgating esotedrio ogitatluon or articalating superleial sentimentalities and philosophical or psyehtolieal obser vations, beware of alatitudiaous pander osity. Let Your statements possess a alari aied concieones, corpacted eompreheasi blensse, coaleseent aensiestney and a conenetrated oogeney. tsehew all son glornrations of at ulent garrulity, Jejane babblement and asinine affeotations. In trying to impress upon others the superior ity of the Wisconsin Central lines, and why youn and so many others use this thorough fare from aSt. Paul and Mineaneaols and Duluth and Ashland to Milwaukee, Chicago and points east and south, it is not neces sary to use jawbreakers. Let your exte,. poraneons desoantings and uunremeditated expatiations have intelligibility and vera sicus vivacity, without rhodomontaed or thrasonical ibmmbast. Sedulounly avoid all all polysyllabic profundity, psittaceons vao alty, ventriloquial verbosity and vandilo quent vapidity, shun double eutendrese, prurient Jaeosity and pestiferous profanity, obscurent or apparent. In other words, talk plazuily, naturally, sensibly, and truth fully say the Wisconsin Central lines is the route, and that ends it. .uelrslon Rates to California, On the 1th ofeach month the Northern Paeifie railroad will sell round trip tickets toCalifornia moints as follows: eilena to Ban Frauaisse and return, go ing via Portland and returning same way, $76. To San Franoisco, golan via Portland and returning via Oglde and Silver Bow, To tos Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering San Francisco in one direction either goiqn or returning, $89. To Los Angeles, geoing via Portland and Saa Francisco and returning same route, Te Los Angeles, going via Portland and Bai Francisco and returning via Baora moent and Ogden, $99.50. Tiekets will be limited for sixty days for goinl passage, with return at any time within the final limit of six months. A. D. EnrOa, Gen. Ait., Helena. Mont. eOxs. B. Fan, G. P. & T. A.. lit. Paul, Minu. Opportunity. Master of human destiny am I, Fame, love and fortune on my feetsteps watit, Cities and elids I walk. I penetrate Deserts and rem and seas emote, and passing by Novel and mart and palace, soon or late I kne.k unbidden ones at eve y gate. If sleeping, wake; it feasting rie before I turn away. It is the houear of state And they who follow me reaseh every state Mortals dquire, sad conquer every foe Bate death; bht those who doubt or hest Condemned to failure, penury and wooee seek me in vain and uselessly implore; I answer net, and I retura no more. JNo. J. INOaLlS, But fail ye not in this respect, leize every oppertnity to travel Over the Chieaso, Milwaukee& A t. Paul railway. Thia is the advise of OGo. H. H.arsonna General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Ill Are You Suffering From back acho, inflammation of the blad der, brisk dust deposit or stone in theblad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys or urinary organs? If thus afflicted do not lose time and waste money on worth less liniments and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greatest all of known remedies, the cel ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pl.saent to take, purely vegetable. Eatisfaetion every time. Dyrpepsla. That nightmare of man's existenee which makes food a mockery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily yields to the po tent influence of the celebrated English Dandelion Tonic. It tones up the digest ive orgaus, restores the appetite, makes as similation of food possible and invigorates the whole system. All druggists sell it at $1 per bottle. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. A democratic state convention will be held at Boeeman, Mont,, on Thursday, June 9. 1892, for the purpose of selecting six delegates and six alternate delegates to represent the democracy of Montana at the national democratic convention to be held on Chicago, June 21, 1892, and to trans art such other business as may properly come before such a body. The democratic county committees of the sev eral counties of the state are requested to call primary meetings and county conventions for the purpose of selecting delegates to the state convention at as early a date es is practicable. The several counties of the state will be en titled to reresoentatives as follows: Beaverhead .......... 9 Jefferson.............16 Cscoade ..............15 Lewis and Clarke.... 40 Choteau .............. 9 Madison.............13 Custer.............. 6 Meagher..............13 Dawson ... ........ l lssoula ............34 Deer Lodge ...i......49 Park... ........ 12 Fergus ............... K bilver Bow........... 6 Gallatin..............t16 Yellowstone.......... 6 The delegates selected by the several county cenveotins to the state convention at Bozemen will also be, by order of the state central comn mittee, the delegates to tie state convention to nominate a state ticket, to bo held at treat falls at a date to be hereafter named by the commit. lee. The state central committee has adopted the following rules for the government of the state convention: 1. Delegates and alternate delegates shall be democratic residents of the county they repre sent. 2. in the absence of a delegate his alternate shall cast his vote. 3. In the absence of a delegate and his alter nato a majority of the delegation ou that county shall he entitled to cast the vote of the absentee. 4. In case any county shall bhe without repre eontation, either by delegates or their altornates, such county shall not hie entitled to vote. by order of the state democratic central com ittee . i C(ULL1N, C hairman. It. W. Coo,..u. .e.retary. Act like magio on the st ormnch, Liver and llow le; diepeles yspepsia. lliliouanners, rovora. ('olde, Nervua )niorderi, Sleeplreoessoe, Iout of Appe tile. restor.e tie tonmplexion; perfect digestion follows their rne. 'ositive core for hick Lead ache sad Conotipation. SmB.ll, mild, eEr to take. Large vieal ol'SOltila v5 cents c ohld by Y. Y. Parcheu & (to.,drnggisete. Helena, Mont. Manhood Restored. Dr. E. Ci. Went'a lerve and lrain rreatment a snueclic for FHytIoria, Dizzincal, Fite, Neuralagi, Headache, Nui vnou 'roal tratioin carot by alcohol or tobacco, Wakefnlueee. Mental Doprorsion, Shoftening of .traiu. cUaOhig inaeily', mtOery, de-. cay. death. 'rso.tl tre Oli ager. Ioarrlnneer. Loc. of Power in eith-r oe:., lmpotency, IruoorrItta and all Female \Veakauense, lalounltary Lonee. $pernalotrhor,n. caused by over-exertion ot brain, rolC-.beon. over-indttlgnr.e. A moutiah treatment l, II fcr T5, by umail. We eutranletio i boxes to cure. ',ach rdler for 6 box ,e with $5 will eond written ctnnr.ltce to rofunnd i' not enror. (inarat.c.u Iosned inl;y by H. M, Parchon & Co.. sole atont, Helena. Muont. L. B. LEBKIICER, Seconl Floor, Horald Bllilding, BLANK To OOKS Order BOOKS LNEATLY RULED AND PRINTED. DELINQUENT TAX IlST. HmruNA, Mont., May 1, 18599 Notice Ie hereby glven that the following persons and property are delinquent fo..r apoeial taxes for the opening of La wrence street, sevilded for by ordinance No, 121, approveLI March 2, 1892. Unless said taxes are paid before .Monday, May 18, 18b2, saoh ,property will be sold at public naution on that day between the hours of 10 o'olerk a. Mn, and four o'elook p. m. at the city treas arer'e plee in the olty of Helena, in as' eordance with the provisions of the city ordnianees. Rodda estate, two-thirds let 24, blk, 87, H. T.-$01.01. Rfodda estate, lot 26, blk, 87, I. T.- $102.54. C. L. Payne, lot 10, blk. 402, H. T. C. L. Payne, lot 11, blk. 402, H. 'r.-$84.74. C. L, Payee," lot 9, blk. 405, H. T. $510.60, C. L. Payne, lot 20, blk. 405, H. T, $108.47, O. L. Payne, let 21. blk. 401, H.] T.-. $108,47. Hobeek R., and Cannon C. W., lot 1, blk. 416. H. T., $355.94. Cannon C. W., lot 8, blk. 417, H. T., $266.95. Loekey R., lot 1, blk. 424, H. T., $244.92. Lookey R., lot 2, blk. 424 . 'I., $223.73. Lookey R., let 8, blk, 424, H. T., $223.73. Edwards D. It., lot 7, blk. 428, Allen, $105.03. Edwards D. I., lot 8, blk. 425, Allen. $105.91. Edwards D. It., lot 9, blk. 425, Allen, $1041.93. " Lsurhlin T. J., lot 10, blk. 425, Allen, $105.93. Carter Louisa, lot 11, blk. 425, Allen, $1015.93. COnrter Loaisa, let 12, blk. 425, Allen, $105.93. A. Kleineo'amidt, two-thirds lot 14, T. & T. placer, $142.7. JAMES 11'. WALsxn, Treasurer of the City of Helena. SORTHzRN Pj PACIFIC R.. THE GREAT. TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE, PceMes through Winconain. Minnesota, North Do kota. Manitoba, Montana, Idaho. Oregon and Waehington. THE DINING OAR LINE. Dining Cars are ron between Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Helena, kutte, Tacoman Seattle and Portland. PULI.lA SLEEPING CAR ROUTE, Puliman service dailly between Chicago, St. Peel, lontana, and the P'acific Nortkwest; and between ti. Pal. , Minneapolis and Mia. naeota, North Dakota and Manitoba points THE POPULAR LINE. Dily Express Trarno carry elegant Pullman Bleeping Carse, ialm a ('are, pay teaches, Pull. man Tourisat Sleepers and Free Colonict Sleep. lag Cars. YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE The Northern Pacific 1. R. is the ral line to Yellowstone Park; the popular line to Califor. nia and Alaska; and its trains pass through the groadest scenery of seven states. THROUGH TICKETS. Are sold at all coupon otfies of the Northern Ierctile Railroad to points North, nest. South aed West. in the United States and Canada, TIME SCHEDULE. TRAINS ARRIVE AT IIELENA. No. 1, Pacific Mail, west bound ........ 1:25 p. in No. 2, Atlantic mail. east bound ... ...10:20 p. m No, 5, Logan and leleua pas.el.ger, connecting at Logan with train No. 3, Pacific express westbound....... 2:10 a. m. No. 6, Garrison and Helena passenger, connecting at Htarrison with train No. 4. Atlantic exares eastbound..12:25 p. m. No. 8, Marysville passenger ............11:20 a. min No. 10. Marysville accommodation..... 0:4 p. min No. 0, Wickea, Boulder and Elkhorn passenger.............................. 5:40 p. in No. 102, Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays ............... 5:00 D. m TRAINS DEPART FROM.n HELENA. No. 1, Facihie Mail, west hound ........ :50Ip. min No. 2, Atlantic Mail. east bound........ 10:5 p. m No. 0,. Helena and Lrogan passenger. connecting at Logan with train Nio. 4. Atlantic exorosas eoastbound... 1:10 p. m No. 5, Helena and Garrison passenger. connecting at Garrison with irain No. R. Pacific expre'a westbound.... 2:15 a. m No. 7, Maryaville passenger............. 7:45 a. m No. 9, lMarysville accommodation....... 8:00 p. m No.10. Wickos, Boulder and Elkhorn Passenger .... ............. 7:85 a. m No. 101, Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays .................. 8:15 a. m For Rates, Maps, Time Tables or Special Information apply to Chas. S. Fee, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, ht. i'aul, 1inn., or .S- 2). "M'E r . ,, General Agent of the Northern Pacific R. t., at IHELUNA. MONT. EW SIOUX CITY ROUTII EAST. Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City, the only Corn Palace City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac turing city, that has become a "world within itself," and Chicago. whose growth and enterprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pull man Palace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chi cage, and with a close connection with the Union Pacific trains at Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R. respectfully presents its claims for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particu lars call upon local ticket agent, or address the undersigned at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Asst. General Passenger A..ent. Room No. I, Power Block. Poetoffice 6ox O lI. HELENA. MONTANA. ARTHUR P. QURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, Nt"W 'MUSIC HOUSE. WALL. PAPER ANI "' Holiso Fnrllishinil Goods Hawio, pia a s Qrgaias, Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordions, Iillnso Flllra ell to lot ti~ nn fortnolr oapaoityly AND A Y~luir .ItNl. or Inlllr.oblielt, urn + floors HtXditt; hrnsn nn USIAL.lvi':h't \NIIsa A Mt ,,k greMer thl4 that, tt all other letouna Il ajtontr f,r fttoitt' tiwa A INtus 8tn r. i~ntau ouathn+',l'li l Clr l ro., ý5'grun , alnn ,n . \llanliu, L(riggII C aiti ptir rhin oi and straightt eautuuad shiph,- ajit ethr firut t."aR lia no0. I(tVtOr.la will rcotvoe nroottt attuatiou. 3 Ct ' aw priced nd t tptrna1 . ]) LLi NA.. d o PLON T.A3 N.a.. THE PROVIDER. On every article in every Our Prices are and department L L O erwill be Wie Undersell Any Coempetitor I Always the Lowest, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods DEPARTMENT. Ladies' Black Hose, 12 1-2o. Ladies' Norfolk Waists, 665. To meet the popular demand we have made up small Dinner Sets of 50 pieces, containing: Boys' Domet Flannel Waists, 6 Dinner Plates, 6 Tea Plates, SOc. 6 Soup Plates, 6 Sauce Plates, 6 Butter Plates, I large Platter, I small Platter, I Vegetable Dish, cov 2 uncovered Vegeta- ered, oblong or square. Men's Domet Flannel Shirts, ble Dishes, 6 Teacups and Saucers, 50C. I Pickle Dish, i Cream Pitcher. Your choice of 5 different underglaze - decorations, on English Semi-Porcelain, Men's Natural Grey Under FOR THIS WEEK, $6. wear, $1 PER SUIT. This Chamber Set, $6.50. 99 Other Styles at Proportionate Prices. WM. WEINSTEIN & CO. •.-.WISTEN 0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. URUTCHER & GARLAND, IT. F. Crutcher, I. C. Garland) Attorneys at Law. Rooms 7 and 8, Bailey Block. Minnr. corporation and reslestate law special. eea. Will practice in all the state courts, in the United States supreme court and before all the iepartmeate in Washington city, in connection with Hen. A. H. Garland. late attorney general. ASnBURN K. BARBOUR, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple. Helena, Mont. MASSENA BULLARD. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the state. Offie in Gould Block, Helena, Mont. SIZER & KEERL, Civil and Mining Engineers U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Mineral pat ents secured. Rooms 12-1l, Atlas Building, Helena. Montana. P T. M. ROCKMAN, Physician. Surgeon, Acconcher, Oculist, Anrist. Member of San Francisco Medical Society, also Nevada State M:dical Society. Office on Main street, over Steinnietz Jewelry Store. DR. D. IL CARBMICHAELa Diseasee of Women and Children Spoooal Attention. Helena, Montana. D WI. W I. BULLARD. Ofice: First National Bank Building. Telephone No. 109. DR C. K. COLE. Office: First National Bask Building. Telephone No. 108 . A. . . - ''K RESTOn " -Dealer Ia MAJIBhE GRANITE MONUMENTS + -AND- " Headstones. H :leN - - HaUg STUDY LAW AT HOME. TAKE A COURtsE IN THe Sprague Correspondence Fhool of La.w. (Incorporated.) Snd ten cents (stamps) for t articulart to J. otnoer dJr., Sec'y. ?Io.a888 Whitaey Block. Detroit, Mlah. CARL GAIL, President. IE. BUMILLER, V..Pres. and Treat H. UNZICKER, M. UNZICKER, Gen. Manager and Secretary. Western Representative, CHICAGO IRON WORKS, - BJCILDERS OF-'- General Mining and Milling Machinery, Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting, Concentrating, Leaching, Chlorinating, Hoist ing and Pumping Plants of any capacity. Tramways, Corliss Engines, Compound Engines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buckets, Wheels and Axles and all kinds of Mine Supplies. Western Office, General Office and Works, No. 4 Lower Main St., Clybourn Av, and Willow St., Helena, Mont. Chicago, Ill. Furniture and Garpets. Shades, Lace Office AND AND Chenille Curtmins. School .urniture, J. R. SANFOR D, Nos. 112 andl 114, lHoadway, Helena. Helena Lumber Company AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GALT COAL -----AIlO DEALERS IN--e Rough and Fnishing Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Sash and Lumber, Telephone 14. City Ofices Roane 8. Thompson Illock, Maiim Street, Opposite Grand Central RoteaL NO'TIE'l O A'PhlIlCATION TO CUT TIM Lo'. In accordan'e with theo roviaionu of section 8. ru\ts and .glahltionl prescribed by the honorablto t oretary of the inltrior May 5, ItI, 1t, thu under.'.ind, rooiduat of Park county, Mollntana, heremy give notice that at tiro txtir:tt ol t twutty-one dayo frotm tho liret p,ullic:tinl of tidiy notice will wake writteu appli Lttuon to tie honurable sorretary of tho inttorior for authority to cut and remove all the timtbor fit for lumber on the follIwinr do ouribod land. to-wit: b.otion ho. 24, township No. t, south of rancg No. 7 east, in Park county, Montana. uaid c tithr onsirtin. of fir, Ipluce end pine, amoutting iu all to about 0l.000 teok. HlrAIRX AABpERlT. Ylret publilotion ArU .l. 0,1,21. -'.OTi('I" `t) t'IIEDiTr)1S E STATIE Oh" tlobecca f. Ewing, duoesosd. Notice is hereoby gieen by the underslined, d nttuiitrator of thie .trtat of tLebeoca B. Ewlng, tdcretoa, t,. tho creditors uo,. and all porsons haviux ta!sims Rauinst the said d.aused, tu en hib:t tlhew with the neosoery vouchers, withi four ttouthli after the first vublioatlon of thin notice, to the said admlnlstrator at Priekly kvnr tallly, uoanty of l.iWl and (lecks, state at Montana, the same bsinl b the plase tor the trane action of the bnsttno of aid estate inthe county of Lewis and Clarke. W. i. EWING. Administrator of the etate ol Ilebeosn B. Iwiz deeaod. Dated April 23 181.