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IyAre Toeld of the *Qfted Orator ilnea Ri Death. iIrhe late Daniel Dougherty, whose "alivr te.aed" oratory eharmedr so many tho ands during his lifetime, pade his appear ante in the arek of national polities on ty memorable oeeaulons, says the Phila dt)[h iaBesord. The iArt was at the dem eatie national convention of 1880, when he made the epeeah placing in domination Pennsylvanlas gallant sldier son. Gen. -jasooot and fear years later, when he pla.td (rover Cleveland's name before the onveantion. His speech for Hanoock was one of his greatest efforts, and fairly eleo. triled the delegates and spectators. But brilliant as the oration was, he manAged to make, one of the few breaks of his life in its delivery. He took oceasien to pay his rs apepts to Bamuel J. Tilden In what might be termed a sneerlng manner, in referring to the belief eatertaised by all good demoerats that Tilden wasr eleted president in 1876, and in so do ing, he said of Gen. Haneock: "And if he is nominated he will take his seat." Well, Hanoock was nominated, but he didn't take his seat. His eloquent sonsers by a lapeas lingua ignored the difference be tween a man being nominated and being elected. Another story of the orater is told by the New York Tribune. Mr. Dougherty, who had seen Napoleon III. in the data of the empire, ealled pion the fallen monareh at Chiselhurst, in 1872. Another Philadel phian, Morton MeMiehael, was with him. and the ex-Empress Eauenie assisted in re ceiving the visitors. They stayed over an houar, engaged in brisk convereation; and, in accordance with the usage at reval courts, the signal was given them whleh terminated their stay. Pulling a dainty watch from her girdle, the ex-empress said: "Gentlemen, you have just ten minutes to eatch year train." THE BABY'S ESCAPFE It Boneesd Frem a Flying Traln and Was Plcked up Unhurt Mirancs, Ind., Sept 19,-Mrs. Lewis Noeeok and her 18-mneths-old baby, of St. Louis, had been visiting Mrs. Neseek's parents in Cleveland, O., and yesterday were retaurning to their western home. While the train was bowling along at a speed of forty miles an hour near Rusksyl vasnia O., Baby Noseek became fretfal and his mother was holding him in her arms close to an open window. SBddenly the child gave a loea and shot out of the window. His mother and other ladies in the ear screamed with fright, and strong men shad dared at the sight of the babe leaping to what they thought was instant death. The train was stopped and backed to the place where the baby lay. Willing men leaped from the train, but instead of finding a mangled. lifeless cerpse the little one was found sitting an pile of gravel near the track. ON TO WASHINiTON, Leer ates Vim the Veterae.' Moute, the Baltinmore & Ohio. Bound trip tickets to Washington, via the !l timeri & Ohio railroad, the "Veterans' enteP' to the G. A. A. Encampment, will be on sale at all prineipal ticket offices in Amtriea from Sept. 18 to 20 ineluelve at entremely low rates. The signature of the pueakaser of tickets will not be required, nor will they have to be stamped at Wash ingsap. They il1 be good for return journey uSi Oct. 10, and will be good to . ai1 stptisns between Cumberland and .eeIng~toq-a region familiar to every vetin. beause sf the wqrfare along the Podofaeo. They will also be valid to Balti more, where thd meeting of the Naval Vet evir oiation will be held from lept. smin Pasha n the Arabs' Bands. Baxnw Sept. 19.-Dr. Btuhlman, writiln from .fpbord; reports that Emin Pasha is within the power of the Arabs at the south and of Albert Edward Nyanza waiting for asslstanoe to escape. The Arab revolt in the Congo state is spreading to German territory. Four Lives Lost. CKrotoo, Sept. 19.--Joseph Zeeler, Emil Strantke and his son Paul, and an unknown man were drowned in Lake Michigan, off the liasteepth etrget pier, tis afternoon. The iftf uaseaplized by a passing steamer. Nonae the bodies were recovered. Guaranteed Cure. We anthoi;ze our advertised druggist to sell ir. K0ik'e aew Discovery for con snmp.on, ebugsk and colds, upon this con ditidn. If you are aSoted 4th a Oough, cold or any lung, throat oe ekest trouble, and will use,lhis remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no beneit, you manreturn the kottle and have your -op.y refundgd. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Dis.overy gould be relied on. It never dis ppoints. Trial bottles free at R. . Hale SCo.'s drug store. irge size 0 ocents and Are Ten Betering From baek acheq, inflammation of the blad der, brick dust deposit or stone in theblad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys dr urinary organs? If ths afflieted do n lose time and waste money on worth less iiments and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at onee by using the greatest all of known remedies, the eel ebratisdOregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely Vegetable. iatisfaetion every time. The Favorite. The Chicago, Milwaukee & Bt. Paul rail way is and always has been the popular line between St. Paul and Minneapolis and Mil waukee sad Chioago. Its road along the banks of the Missis sippi from St. Paul to La Cresse, skirtila niao as it does the fall length of beautiful Lake Pepin, gives to the traveler one of the most delightful and picturesque daylight and evening rides on this continent. From La Crosse east to Milwaukee and Chicago this road penetrates the garden of Wiscon sin and touches, with its mail line, the larg est cities and towns in that state. Its road bed, train service and general equipment is absolutely unexcelled. The famous vesti buled limited train. with its elecotrie lights. electric reading lamps, and elegant sleep ing and dining ear servieo, is not surpassed by any train in this country. If you are to take a trip call for the "Milwaukee"--the Government Fast Mail Line-and secure absolute comfort, veeed and s:fety. From Minneapolis and Bt. Paul to Mil waukee and Chicago, feaur passenger trains each day. From Minneapolis and St. Paul to Kansas City, two passenger trains each day. From Minneacolis and St. Paul to St. Louis, two passenger trains each day. For further information apply to nearest coupon tieket agent or address J. T. CONLET, iss't. Gen'l. Pass. Agent, tt. Paul, Minn. SPOKANE FALLS. a AND NORTHERN AE.ILWA.&I', e e *EASON OF 1589. a e Kootenai Lake and Slocan THE NEW ELDORADO. Dlroot route to the COLVILLE VALLEY.T, IEIT'fLE IV.ll, L .UiNDARY ('CLHtEK, PAL Mliii MOUNTAIN, FAIltVILW. 'fRAIL a:ibEz, ItOMbjcJ N iELy . aA5lekOUR PHOT MAYY. AI WORTb. L tLO and atl par. Itsn British Cotnmbia. lassosgers for Trail Creek, Keeooteal and Slocum poeits witl leave Cpoetree on Tnueasdas . adrradsr ast 7 a. ep.. aer the ar-iral f aNrtema Pa.lSe traiss lies. 1 mud 2.- ingl threagh tream aunoa. s to Seleea the sie day. "Dr. Libi & Co. COiminE." Ban FranoisoO *nt 1a lhg City's Great Specialists From Liebig World DispensarY. Dr. A. C. Stoddart will visit Missoula--ofce at Florence-Oct. 11 until morning of 15th, after noon of 15th and until morning of 17th, at KaiBer houes, hilipsaburg. all day 17th and until morn ing of 18th at Granite, and at Merchants hotel, Helensa Oct. 1 to 4. Dr. Liebig & Co. believe that a speolal physl oian's success entirely depends on his skill and ability to cure disease. Realising this facttwen tyears ago they gave as acute cases and family practies, and have devoted all time to chronic diseases, men'sdiseasese restoring lost health and vigor in old and young, and to-day have the ma fority of chronic eases to treat went of the Mib sourl river to the Pacifio ocean. Making specially to order from measurement, braces and appli ance for alldeformities. N. physiclan can per form tweaty-five men's work, no brain is capable of doing so. Re who pretends to oure all diseases, be a bedside physioian, a surgeon, a chrenle disease expert, etc., etc., claims an impoesibility. Dr. Liebg Co.'s sunocess dependespon specale work, doing only ofice practice and treating a certain claes of diseases as specialists. Chronic private and secondary diseases, of ten called in curable, are speedily cured. Diseases of the eye, ear, nose, throat, blood and nervous system, and genito, urinary and reproductive organs re coive eareful sprcial attention. It is a well known fact that surgeons and physicians treat ing only a lspecial class of diseases obtain groat skill and are universally successful. Diseases of men treated confidlentially and never referred to. Delicate and complicated diseases of women skillfully treated. The Lebig World Dispensary is the largest in corporated medical and surgical institute in the world combined under one munagements livi lions in Kansas City, hBls City, Les Angeles and lan Irenoisco The old, the tried, the trusty. Not here to-day and away to-morrow, but here now, first, lest and all the time; com bining skill with reliability has brought unpar ailed success to r. Liebig & Co. min the past Dtw NK, OPIUM, TOBACCO-Drunkennese, Opium Habit, and excessive use of Tobacco de stroy miliions of valuable men andwomen yearly. Dr. Liebig & Cou. give successful treatment by the Chlorides. Ciachonides and the latest meth ode, which overcomes the habit perfectly and permanently. Consultation free, personally or y letter, and saoredly confidential BAD BRFATH-Catarrh is very prevalent in Montana. It destroys the purity of the breath, the hearing, the sight, and if negleeteod extends down the membrane of the throat and bronchial. attaeking the lungs, heart, stomach, bladder, kidneys and whole mucus membrane of the body. destroying the vital organs. Dr. Liebig dk Co.'s treatment is safe, speedy and suenccessful \ - 11159S D¶6ASl--While soue might won e to.- e .epd reoaible hsJiensamry like lk. Jl I ' oheaett , iseaeel treat private t~ s.emalo we4se~ua t epetaeatorrhea o i lt, an e md.e ahtmd all chrsontc al -eah yy e a me. for m ife' dauties or it krlntre. iw memtbe chyiaoim ant a *n e oHis epat sa w hy piaesand --fitpoulepny e toat sask diasamee We hae "powr 1 scwe eap above daolr I, nor one to re .tee td... Wetehould re.Liebig & Co. not reat thaim al.o, who they .oe opeiatiets for all rbmia ailmento and are fir better prepared to do so, and boe moea fooitis mltod •ere enm, bp.e to taodto no ne ae.tro I. r mere shit end xperipao and oeetasta ca treat above opeolia eas far _ele maoeesftlly than 'hoes wito de net ýeoaley treat them. Estdod, halt of the eotlns.e peaotreef Dr. Lihbi" & Co. are of os thot ave been bdly treated by a-cealled "'sor al-A"--aen ahlEr frem deOtro..ng dis NreRoa" eS oDbbme or eesoce. be mad l"ma ai triMl so ,priee and their peal. enco-s with the prtief sat--bring many a wayward, yet amblgu mea to a lfe of rectitude, d whtever the ioe may thti or y, r a.abtci Co. vepoe te be mRod .anaritanu and ouroethm. ad thou a: ".o siet emore." Mr. Merve 5ill, a wilthy cattle and stock man of Emmitt, Idahe, was a ho,pleoo isvsid, eoniho4 to bed two ypa. given up by all the oest ,.iotor. in Idaho. It had to be toarnd in bed by shest had two men nursesra to a.nd him. wu sinkirg fast froot a sinal atection and paralyits of lower emeremitirst wal cender tvet .ent April. 1Ml it now able to drive out morn tag and even.og. Hii ekoe we comlieatled with valvnlar disase of heort and nervoau debil t.. e paid Dr. ttodart l,0t0 for his merviceo. W o fer ptetoalare to 1i}t. 1.. -. "oest,.. Go of 6|7 Ytgi street, Helenla tesot ,aowe e t r. Lt i te m Co. ii was a oioe. ori jun s jutt.hno, udven o to It., and h enra of inpltmatory rheu.m..t. riae by Dr. Llet i & Co ooah eaeenle caeow tem only to yield o ir ttgneot by the ecle. brated eoeteilotistf the Liohig World Dumepnry, l tri ed otherris rst and foiled. I will explain to ny onae who slla. John To.a.k a pioneer of Helene, suffered Rhemasattm and Impearit of hloodi, tr:ied way dootors. hot cootltae to t ert until Do, tsd dart, ofli.bti World Diep osry, of Ban tlrar elsae and Kans tilty, sleodIdy cor*ed him. Mr. s. hI wU knhown. Ask Mr. Helter. Halter e.etwo. Co., orJadlm Allet abet hint. Mrs. Alameda art 106 Poet stre St, - hane. hbe been eMatoret to perfot health, after fring many luaing p slieians Ph came to _.- Dr. Stoddart on crmthes ·u Partimlly parr lyed and complletely broken down from nerv onu prestratlon. Today..ea i eempslotelyottred. Thooumnds o[ eaob ebreaic came a.. being cured by Dr. lih g & Co., al oover the weSt. The doctor will be in Mentaaa from San Fre. cise. and be o!ices at room 15, Merlchant Ieo tel, melons, iot Ito . Coll or aldreoc: lean Franoiseo office, t00 Gey street. Mtto City ceae. b hoast Broadway. '"HENRY'S SPECIFICS." T'N Rouel En, sh Remedy. " INVAI.LIBIZ CUf.R FOE 0 NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS, stamatter from what cause. (Contains no min ats. Prios $4t. Wkholale and retail druggists eupply the demand. D)epoositry for the United States and Cfaada, 13 East Thirtieth street. New York. 'Ike Specific can be sent by mail ealed on re ceipt of money. 0GMMENGING AUGUST 12 WE O~PER 150,000 Cigars at C~nsiderably Reduced Prices. : ------,-:----* .. ---:t·O :N''.QT :~ze oS :~:.o:.".T- . .: ..+. OPPENHEBIER & SHSCH + + ' " N~o. 101 South Main. St., Corner of Wood St. -, ý' GREAT TRINSCONTINENTAL RTe, P e tbhre.hb WilM i a, Min.oa.r loath De, THE DINING CAR LINE, MfDliai Cae are un betwea Clhtoao, St X ..T..aeem.. """ , , . St. Pa. iuneaaoli .ln elaa , itoti, .De.eo. PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR RIlUTE ullmurw ervie daily betwoeen C(loss, U -l, Motaa sead thea Phoilo Nortwtet.s twee t. Paul, Minneapolie and Miuoeoi Berth Dakota and Manitoba point.L THE POPULAR LINE. Deny t ! Tedlu ýarr.: alemmtPulilma ellrsoin u are. D aiinn .ara. Il o c pal. lay.oue kvi ep erso and Tir O.ideUa ,l eap, YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE. 'ýT o INrt sea i Pae J railroad i. the ail hlo to --ella.tutnaera; *tpopular liae to (Oliforle and Alitka; and its trains p. ps ttrogk the grandest sceMery of seven states. THROUGH TICKETS Are sold at all coupoen efies of the Northers TIME 80ERDWLD. Iu elat ey and after Snday. Aunt 3ls. Paser tawu As nI".aw&. .L Parile MaYl weot uand ........ p: a tli4omp. east boeund.0. eastpm Mo. , I.ocrhr dol ens, abswOula ant 0. Maryville Daprmn ............ll:2a0. no Sf0 Dt greile accommodation..... :el p. s . 9,ricks, Bouldeor and Rlkhorn e n d r id....... ................ :10 p.a e. 10 , R m e, TMondays, Wod S1. Pacide Mai. wet bound........ 1:45..p a f Atlaat*oe il, east bound........ 1:t.m a .e l a.Mti ula nu t: taur d'Ale e ezsine ................................ 7:0 a. a S, Marysv e passenger............ 7:45 Saryevill aommodntion....... 3:00 p. %.l , iocke. Boulder and ikhorn ae . ............. 7:O Na l, Rimini mixed, Mondaym. Wed Ped0e and Fridays................ :15 a eN 1 dtU era nion tria to and frllattw (T. Lel rand Aaenande. ari . 5 and6 wall ran owe ele an a Wslace bbaeo wen0ra eou a t cbars the "he. wa t sinho oe nearn. Ue wee ]aps. Time Tat.ie or 5taoiad toaerto pply to Oae. l. Foe, GOena iteae r ud Tiokt Agent, at Paul trea.. ort . mener t lAoat on LmArO aoit i a I. a PROFESIONAL CIARDS. CBUTCOIIR & GARLAND. IT. L Crutches, R . C. earlad.) Attoranoe at Law, Booms · and 8. Beleyr Mloet .tola, sorporation and real estate law epe eialtie. Will practice,Pi all the stalo courts, in tbshe Uaited ~tes sprame court, and before all the deartmentFi in Washingtoa City, in eonanc tion with tho tn. A. M. Garland. late attorney qaoeral. Attorney at Law Money to lou an nimproed city and farm property. Attorney and CounMello at tLaw. Maselic Temple. Helena, Montana, PMASSENA BULLARD.h Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the Stats. Office in trold block, .elen. Mont. SIZER & KEERL. Civil and Mining Engineer.. U. S. Deputy ineral Surveyors. Mineral pat. ants secured. Boem i2 and iS. Atla Building Helena, Montan.. DR. M. BOCKMAN. Physician, Sargeon, Accoucher. Oculist, Aurist. Member of San Fraoilsoo Medical Society. alse s evada State lteniical Society. Oflice on kOin street, over Steinmetz Jewelry Store. DR. D. L. CALRMICIAEL. DiL.ass of Women and Children Special Attention., Helena, Montana. DR W. M. BILLAItD. Of.ice: First National Bank Buildin. Telephone No. 168. TIME TABLE TO ClICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & 0. R. R. "The Noth-Western Line." This is the only line making connection with the GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY at St. Paul everyday in the rear for Chicago and the Eet. VTIA oRAT NIORTiinzI. Leave Bltte ......... 6:45 am Leve Hele..n ..................... 10:l am VIA INORTE.RIE PACIFIC. Leave Grte....a ..... 12: .2 pm 9:i5 pm ±rriTo st Pel ............l. 1:15 VIA NORTnW UITERIN LIIN. Arrive Chicago..... 9 .:5 p m :0 a m 9:20 a m "The Nortlh-Western i.ne' is the shortest line in both distanc and rme ao (chionacF. )or map ufolder of hni lTDdrAL m (eneral Passe· er Agent. St. Paul. BTUDT LiAW L AT OMFE Ariv a C 7ias w 7m praLr ae O·rre·Uendease Bkteel of Law, (laeerporatedi,) tend tean cents (staml) for p letid.a r n to n, Oatner, Jrr, 6sec. S e. 8er reL.ied esl1 eek etrelt MIo. ,Pseific iIqiin I CAST STEEL CASTINGS ANI) STEEL FORGIN( "Up to 20,000 Pounds Weight. True to pattern and superior in strength, toughness and durability to Cast or Wroughtr Iron in any position or for ady, service. Gearings, Shoes, Dies, Cams, Tappets, Piston-Heads, Railroad and Machinery Castings of Every Deseription. Also OH, M STEEL SOFT AND DUCTILE, HOMUOENEOUS STEEL, SUPERIOR TO IRON. Also Steel Reds, from g to three inch diameter and Flats from I to 8 inch. Angles, Tees, Channels and other shape Steel Wagon, IBggy and Truck Tires, Plow Steel; Machinery and, Specli Shape Steelteaizs4and lengths. Steel Rails from I2 to 45 pounds per yard. Also Ra road and Meerhant Isa, Rolled Be~.s, Angle, Channel and T iron, Bridge and Machine Bolts, Lag Screws, Nuts, Washers, Ship anc Boat Spikes; Steamboat Shafts, Cranks, Pistons, Connecting Rods, etc. Car and sI,.ocnotive Axdes and Frames, and Iron Forgings of all kinds. Iron and Steeji Bridge and Roof Work a apecialty. EFlfHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON AND STEEL. Orders eyrrompt attention] Send for Catalo es. Address PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO., * MAR"" -KET STREET.. SAN FRANCISCO INFORMATION. Remember this. The greatest line of railway operating 15tweer St. Paul or MinneapeMs and M]ilvtau kee and Chieage is the Ohicago, Milwaukee &tAt. Paul. It owns and operates, under one management, 6,100 miles of treek. Evdry day this rQad starts FOUR handid3Mhn, elegantly equipped pas senger trae fro.t the Twin Cities that sn thoug to Milwaukee and Chieaa w out change of cars of any class. TWO trains daily to St. Leois and Karseas City. The train serkibd anrd ~eneral eauip ment of "THIE ILLWAUIKCEE" is not sturia ed' by ady railw~y in Amezrca. It runs ts6& faznous and only electric-ligited vestibuled lirm. ited train to Chicago daily-con. sidered tie finest regular train in ±t is the ffical Government Fast Mail line. If gu are going tb Chi cago, Milwaukee, or any point east or south, or to St. Louis or Kansas Cit¢, cut this out: Leave Wt P1'l81R7:35a a. , arie at Chicago Leave A m.. arrive at Chicago Lea tt. A I%. p. m., arrive at Chicago Leavt hPsul. p. m., arrive at Chicago _Leav a. a. arrive at t. Leous Lear. Pa lCT:vp. a. arrie at St Louis Leav! 9:1p a. m., arrive at IKaias Lit, lýst -must SDay i Elt Ba. C Except Baturday. Palace sleepers on night trains. Parlor chair cars on day trains. Dining car seraice superb. Trains leave from St. Paul Union Depot. No trains. For lowest rates to all points in United States and Canada apply to azy ticket agent or address J. T. CONLEY, Assistant Gen. Pass. Agt, St. Paul. Mina. NOTMICE TO CIEDOSBB.-ESTATE OP NI Ia he.eJ ivn g theo n d derlc, ,insitratrix of the t4ta oef rias aCtire, deceaed. to the ti.e Os_ o j itd prees t1 i tse -t ier 9eed,. to ox tr t i wth tile e0a veDmr wlthia ot ads a after tb eue tldthl aao tre.l to the a st fese tile stare for the tnraaslee a s th s Wea , said sct. in the caunt ofl LeaaOji o. Dated Ass. it. 18S. ARTHUR P. CURTIN' FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL PAPER AND Ho0se Flrlsislin Goofs House. PiaXnos, organs, Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accerdionui House slarged to teur thnmes former eapacit.y, AND A FMOL LIN or Five iro eam doors extending through the MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. A stock greater than that of all other Helena fole agente for Steinway & Sons. Sohmer hon. combined. l siblor tBro.. Wegman, lIson Hamlin, Big hote o ni e and straight carload ship- and other firs-oealss pin cc. t'Orders will receive prompt attention. IN-Low prices and easy terms. ]riK4 E IA. * MC)OT .a NA. MANHOODRESTORED "NBrve s esom thTSwonderful remcdo oi sold with a wrlU -a tenrantee to cure all nervoisl deseses Ouch as Weak Memory't, Lons o lerutn Power, e.Cadache, Waksefulats· Loutl.Ban bh ood, Nlghti.Esmimsons, Quiclnsess. Evil lDrems, Lack o. SC.onfldenee, llervoenees, Lassltude, all drains and loss 0 w/ . l'tion, youthful orrors, or excaressive use of tobacco, opium or stlmur Ssntswhich Roon lead to Inrmlty Consumptlon and Insanity. r Sup convnient tocarrynvest poclcot. lent by mallnln in packag eto any nddros. for nt. or for I5. (With every s6 orler we give ewritten ogurantee to cot' or 'refnd the money.) B..ORE AND AFTER USINO. CIRtCULAIt FIEE. Adidress NERVE SEED CO.. Chicago, Ill. For asle in Helena, Montane, by Pope & O'Connor. Druggists, Bailey Blook felena Lumber Comnpany AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GALT COAL - ALSO oEALER IN- - ush aend I nishing Lumber, Shingles, Laths, goors, Sash and Lumber, 'Teleboae 16 cIty Ofces Room 5. Thompson Block. MaInt Stoea, Op.poite Grand Central Motel. NOTIUCE ~O C )DITOBI--IN THE DIus N triot ct.gt of he First jadicital diat-ict of ITOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIM ,ethe of ana, ~in and for the county i' ber. In acoordance with the provieions of of Lewis asd fr e du sectienS. rules end regulations prescribed by In the mattar at .e sate of Henry C. Wil- the honorable secrearr of the interior, May 5th. ki.noes. deisdL 1801, we. the undersigned. residents of Park Nojtee Is kgbshy l m br the und:raisned, ad- county. Mont., hereby ge notice that at the ex miaistrator oftjb e..thte of ory C(. ¶lkinsoa. piration of twenty-ono days from the first publi deemmse, to the 0.tors of, as ail persons buy- cation of this nuotice will make written applio" itg olts saainot t said decea.ed, to ebxhbit tion ,o the honorable osmetarl of thbo interieo them wi.si~ M neceory vouchor.s, within four for permis.ton to out and remove all the timber monti' attcrfle filrat'ptblioatlon of this aetie,. fit for luhmber on the following (onsurveed) to the said aatmzneitrator at the law thice of deooribed la.4d, to-wit: tommoncing at a point Mason buallard. room 8, Gold block, Main on the westftork of ('lark's Fork. wheresaw mill street. Mleos, Y Moean the same being the is now situated thence north three miles up said plae' .d 'itodl fbr i6 transaction of businessn stream, embracing a bedy of timber one mile •of aldietale. In the said county of Lewis and aide on eoh side of said stream. hal land is (hike. situated in Park msnty. Mont., said timber oen iaited at Helena. Mont. Ast li. A . I181 airting of pine and spruc ro. ountinK to about F. 5.t ILE1NtiN. ie.eou fret. WI L RIONT. Admiieeator tof the estate of Hoser C. Within- WORTIf M'cK:lf. eson.adcaeeed. (First publication Amt. It, 11a)