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Emil Boone Jim Boom, J. W. Brian, Mr. (Agent) Booheor Led one (2) Baohenor, Herbert (4)Ba.kley, A. Bargemo. I toen Joe when she wouarld promis to obey me, she could. Brne, barle. We () Callhe way, Fredent on for over Jackn hour. Oarlson, William hcantin , George O hristlansn, . C orell, W. a. Oramer, Jaeob Orawtord, A M. Croes, D. W. Dandelsoan Jacob Davi ADV P.L. DaviTT H. Dickson, Frank the fol Dieki rson, B. T Don June 9, Dav1892.d Drnam, Harr Farmer. John A. FoAler, John Gaild. Frank Gailhba, Leon Anderson, v.Isaac D. Helmer. Henry, Aug. C. Atkienderson, D. H. aHoon, Wlade Bummel, Ed Hamphrer , WH . 8. arer, Johanolomew Johnson, Osar(2) Johnson, RevJim F. W. Johnson, A. Johnson, eor. (Agent) Johnson, Pro. Nat Jaeobs. Ferd r Kennedy, W. H Kep, James oe mbro, A.J. isret, A. . Lan, M. T. (2) Carlson, Willi- address Lehman Jorge Lehman, Herman Lee, A.E. LeDis, Ale Littl. Davis, H. Linnell, M. G. Lindquit, Gust. Mack, EdFrankrd Martin, BGe. D. Middlete, ThDavid MoDrnslr & Harryo. Morantt, Fred Merray, John B FarmLea, Aroh MA. Fowler,. John Guilmann, T. Oats, Wm. O'BoHle, Patriev k Palmeron, John HendPatterson, C.WmH. Hoon, Clauter Phiumll. Freder Hmphrey, PWin.reyer, S. ober, Henry (2) Rohertnson, J. Wlter RJohnsoll, W. L' W.as1l. Johnson, A. Kohlenker, James. W. ohollro, A. J. Kiherman, M.. La, eld. James nyder, JaL- M. adretrss Lehan, Jack (2) Lehman, W.Herman therland. eo. Taivola, A. Travi, WmC. H. nnll, Victor E. Velt, O Guswald Verhellea, Henry (8) Weartin, William W. WeMcLeanr, Arcuust Whippl. Jesoe H. Williamann, omer Williams, W. oun, E. K. Roberts, J. Walter LADEB' LIST. Aultman, MiW. LottiAntet, MiJoss Min Shennett, Mie Dora Br. Shields. Miess . . Carpenter, JaMrs. taClark, Eva Gook, Mrs. Maggie B.D'Arville, Miss Q. weay, Mis A. Sutherlann, Mrs. J. avola, Mr. Annie Graham, Miss Laura ,amner, Mrs. L.L. Houston. Mrs. A. L. Tuowll, Mrs. Geitor . ennedy, MiOswaEllen anderellen, MiHenryH. Morton, William W. Weorse, Auguss M.R. orrise. MiJess MaryH. Wilontliaomer, Mise N.MoDniel, Mrs. M.J. lsoung, Mrs. Dollie Mthany,Mrs. E. Alson, Miss LKratin O'Shea, Mrs D. T. hilipennett, Mrs W.Dora. Rief, Miss B. (2) Carssell, Mrs. M ary ShCltarkMi, s AnnaF. eely, Mrs. A.gA. BMrs. Smit, Mi. F.W. tamp, Mr.iss AnnTillie Sweet, Mrs. Ellen Young, Miss Annie THamner, Mrs. L. L. Houst CLEWEL, P. M. Exurll, on, UnMrs. n Pennedy, System. une 15 this system ill Mortonl rond trip tiokerse, Helessna to PelR. oast points, lim ited to sixty days going, with privilege of reMontgomein any time ithin ix months, at olowin, Mrs. Dollie Mates:y, Mrs. To lsonn Franiscotin O'She via Oden, re Phrninips, Mrs. W. H. Rie, Miss B. (2) To Russelln , Mrs. oiMary via Osden and Setarning via Portlandl, and vie versa, *90. To San Francisco, going via Portland and returning same route, $75. To Los Angeles, going via Oaden and Sacramento and returning via Sanm Fran cisco, or vice versa, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and San Francisco and returning via Ban Franoisco and Ogden, $93. To Los Angeles. goiag via Portland and returning via Sacerameato, or vice versa, $99.50. Tokets will also be on sale the 15th to Salt Lake and return, fre $630, limited to ten days going; final limit sixty days. Remember the Union Pseifo is the south ern route and makes twenty-eight hours quicker time to san Franeiseo than any other line. Through eleeping car reservations and further information can be had by ealling on or ,ddiessing 28 North Main street, Helena, H. O. WuLsoN, Freight and Passeager Agent. Water Cresses With Drinks. A glass of water and a napkin are no longer the only accompaniments of a drink o~f liquor ip the small bar rooms. The fashion is now to hand to each customer a small handful of water creseso in a sanucer. The batenders have suddenly discovered that there is a wonderful mediacal virtue in water oresses, and they boast that they cure half the ills to which man is hoir.-New York Sun, The Tax on Travelers. The tailors want a tax on travelers who buy clothing abroad; the shirtmakers have asked for a tax on those who buy shabirts while abroad, and no doubt the shoemakers will be heard from next. At this rate it won't be long before the traveler who touches French pastr.y abroad will be taxed to help along the infant industry of pie making,.-New York Herald. Dyppepela. That nightmare ofman's existence which makes food a mookery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily felds to the po tent influnse of the celebrated English Dandelion 'Toni. It tones up the digest ive organs, restores the appetite, makes as silmilattion of food possible and inlvigorates the whole system. All druggists selt it at $1 er bottlea omoewhat of a streanser. Penelope-Have you seen Jaek Duashlg lately? Perdita-About two weeks Iago. Penelope--Well, when you see bhim aailn emind him that we are elged, will oyen, --ea-- e,•• iN SPRIIG THE YOUt#G MAN'S FANC You know the rest; but in summer his thoughts dwell upon STR• W HATS. STRTW i - You can purchase them in an almost end less variety for 25, 40, 50 and 60 cents. IeYou can purchase them in an almost enStanda Greenhood, Bolm & Co. s Old Stand. JAPANESE Act like male on the Btemaoh, Liver and Bow. all; diel l sM b.a B lioJoaness. Ieers, Colds, ervousa Dieordere, Sleeplesneee. Lo of Ape. tile. reutore the Cemplexion; perfeot digestior follows their nue. PeMtive cure for Sick Head. ache ad (onsipato. 8mll, mild, eMsy t . L vials o ils 15 cont. Sold b, H. I, Parchen & Co., druiists. Relena. Mont. "Manhood Restored. Dr. E. C. West'. erve and Brain Treatment. a specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Fits, Neuralti% lHedaohe, Nervese Prostration caused by alcohol or tobacco. Wakefnlnes, Mental Depression, Softeninl ef Brain, ceusieg insanity, misery, de cay. deatkh. Premature Old age Barrennes. Loss of Power in either sel. Impotency, Leucrrhoce and all Female Weaknsseea involuntary Losses. epermasorrea, caued over-exertion of brain, telf-obnse. over-indnleisc. A month treatment B 1, S for S5. by maiL We gckrantee boxes to cure. Each order for hoxes with f* wilcstead written go.adtee to refnnd if not cured. lidarakteee lened only by H. h. Parche, A Co.. iole ageta, eolena Moat. The elebrated Froech Cure, Wa'l retd "iAPHRODITINE .or moned. to cure refunded. 18 SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any furmof nervous disease, or ally disorder of the liE generative or- A TER gane of either sex whether arising from the excessive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium. or through youthful indiscretion, over iudulg cure, &c., such as I.oss of rain Power, Wakeful. ess, Bearing dowu Pains in the BPack, Seminal Weakness, Hysterlia Nervous Prost rationl Noturu al Emission:, Leucorrhea, Dizzinucss, Weak Mletn. cry, Loss of Power and Imliotency, which If iie. glected often lead to prematureoldegeand Issan. ity. Price1.00 a box, 6boes for5.00 Sent by mail on receipt of price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE foreveryts.O0 order, to refllund the money iI a Pernausent cure is not effected. Thousamis of testimonials irons old and young, of both sexes, permanently cured byArin0ooiTINi. Circular free. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. wasTarN DRANOD, POX 17 POtTLAND, OR. 3.1 by If. 1 . P.echn A Oy.. drugg -. SPOKANE FALLS & NORTHERN R'Y. SEASON OF 1892. Kootasi Lake aid Slocan TEi 71W ELDORADO. THROUGH FROM SPOKANE TO NELSON IN TWZLYZs OUROS. Direst route the Colvsle alley, K tile River, C" ifje _ art ° k poanta in. fritih.C., -Fr'alm Ieve IUpeoka every weak dlay . :S s is* aje ffCYL set K1. p'. 4U15 TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & 0. R. R. "The North-Western Line." This is the only line making connection with the GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY at St. Paul every day in the year for Chicago and the East. VIA GREAT NORTIIN. Leave Butte........................... 7:80 a m Leava Helena...... ................ 11:10 a m LeaVe Great Fals ......................2:14 p s Arrls Minet. ......................10:50 am Arrive ,rand Forks................... 1:20 pm Arrive St. Paul ......................... 6:55 am VIA NORTEern PACIFIC. Leave Butte............... 12:15 p m 9:28 p m Leave oIelena ...........1:10 pm 10:85 p m Leave Bozeman........... 5:10 pm 2:25 pm Arrive'St. I'al .............. 12:15 p m 6:10 pm VIA NORTNWESTEWN LINE. eave St. Paul..... 7:55 am :15 p m 5 p m Arrive Milwaukee.. 7:55 p m 7:25 a m 7:25 am Arrive Chiosgo..... 6:85 pm 8:00 am - .O a m "The North-Western Line" is the shortest line in both distance and time to Chicago. t.a map folder of line address T. W. TEASDALI, General Passenler Agent, Bt Paul. MONTANA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA COURSE OF INSTRUCTION: 1, College. 2, College Preparatory. 3, Business. 4, Normal. 6, Music. 6, Art. Also instruotaon in Com. anon Branches. ABLE INSTRUCTION. ELEGANT BUILDING. Sead for Catalogue to the Preident. F. P. TOWER. A. M.. D. D LEGAL - BLANK *cORDER OF*. CRAIG & DAVIDSON, , Beo 777. Selesa. Moet. OPPENHEIMER & ASCH, IZMPORTEnD J2D DOMESSTIO •*+WIINeS, LIQUORS AND CIGC..R FAMILY TRADE SOLITOITED. No. 101 South Main Street. Corner of Wood - THE CHICAGO, ,, =-MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St Paul and Minn~ ,olis via Le Crosse and Milwamltee to Chicag< and all points in the Eastern state: and Canada. It is the only line under one manage~nent betweer St. Paul and Chicago, and it is the finest equipped -ilway in the Northwest. It is tl only line run ning Pullman drawing-room sleep ing cars with the luxurious amok ing-rooms, and the finest dining oars in the world, via the famow "River Bank Route," along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beau tiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains connecl with those of the northern lines ir the Grand Union depot at St. Paul No change of cars of any class be. tween St. Paul and Chicago. Foi through tickets, time tables, and full information, apply to any •oupon ticket agent in the North. west. THE GODES. Political, Penal, Civil, Civil Procedure Creplete Sets For Sale at This Ice. $10 PER SET. EW SIOUX CITY ROUTE 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 manufao 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 cago, 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, Aast. General Passenger agent. MARBLE GRANITB MONUMENTS Headstones. aa0nLS. - - r STUDY LAW AT HOME Tis f Counas Is amt Sprague Correspndeaee ek.al ert Law. (laeorporated.) Sead ten coats (staumps) for particulae to ., Oetner, Jr., Seey. I e. 8Is Whltaey ler . LkDetreli MIpb SUkIMO,8-1f 3 B DISTRICT COURT OF the 2t trt dio. dltrit of the rsat of Mon tns, in and for thbsoounty of Lewis and Clarke. Do.a brown, piaintlf, vs. Louis Urown. de endant. Thestate of Montana nd greeting to the above-named defendant: You a hereby regird to appear in an aotion bro.ght aninset en by the a bove-umat d pain. ti.f y the rstriet nourt of the Fion filrtol ditri o'f the stite diMoatlna, in ad for tatef count of and Cla and to anoser the compsint fled therein within ten day (Nx01cu liriv of the y of arrice) after the. J.iioe on you of this scmmon. if served within thi county; or, if served ot of this county, but within this district, within twenty days otharwae within forty days, or judgment bu default will be taken s atTon, according to tie prayer of maid om Tie said action is brought to obtain a judA ment and decre of ad court dissolving the honda or matrimonL hertofore and now ..it ng between plaijtff and ourelf. upon the ground t' at you did, oa May U. 180. wtlfully and without canse and without the plaintiff's coneent. desert and abandon the said plaintit and lirve "bearate aud apart from her, uad thatyou have continued a to do-without euse or rea son aud against platatiff' will and without her coneant, and for general relief, all a mnore full, appears from the complaint on ieherrein to which referance is hereby had. And youen are horby notifies that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, u asbove required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the rolief demandrd in the comnplaint. Given under my heand and the seal of thedistrit roult of the Firt judioial district of the elate of BRAL. I. JOHN BEAN. Clerk. "Henry's Spe ifi s" Til BIOWNED EN(ILS1 REMEDY ANUALLIBLU CURB NOrR NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEA.KNESS No mett from what acnam. Contuin ne mai erals. Prire $1. .Vholeseled retail druuate sa-plp the dumnud. Depourtory for the Unibad IStatee and Canidy Sla It Thittieth street, New York. The .ectle oaa be eat bp mall ealed m, MANHOOD RSTOR ·a~lspd~~or3Iv¶c#Pv-rAIi teaaarate arel ayl rower of thea Geentl,. QW e y utit'ul erro dd, oepac r N _ lante whks eeon lead tO up convenient toa rrla 0TL _> Ito ngy nndndrts tr l+ or 1 3ZPORU AND APT?' : · 7,n liv ' aW UwUI par Io: sle in ahlenlm Mlontana. by PoPe 4 O'Oopnox, D'us.. CRUTONE f 7LAND lz. Urn Omt, Ir, EVANS A. CAELNTON £ttorngr a4 Qouamltem Ea-a _ Masnlo Irpi. N A BU~ Kf . 143WWU5 Attorn.u.nd &m ,.s KMaioe Tsmple >;; KASSENNA DULLARD, Sta llte vrl. aa 1 old ..k ciZ~aa sad 3.1m U. U. Dsot N1mavs Htle Non. GENAN. Phrsiolas. BSoqUs. Ai. , Member of rns also Neias Sltats Main stbset, ov01e1r Da. . CL CANWNA D& W. l. DU LLARD . Oak" lfat NM_ * T.lspboa Mo. Ds O COL I1spss N.. IS `'