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TILE DAILY INDEPE.I~ENTIillEhlA. TIIURSIDAY ;NOItNING, OCTOIElt 13:, 1802 7
•THE BEE HIM+· HAS REMOVED TO THEIR 22,24 and 26 South Main Si. 4 NjW BG I [D I IG S22, 24 and 26 South Main St. Greenhood, Bohm & Company's Old Stand. NEW DRY GOODS * - -JUST OPENED.-- GENZBERGER, BARNETT & CO. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Letters for the following persons remain unealled for at the Helena, Mont., postoffice on Oct.13, 1892. In calling for them please say "advertised." GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Alexander, Harry (2) Anderson, E. T. Anderson, Charles Anderson. J. T. Rahr. Nick Baggagem'rUn'nDep't Bselenger Ed Begge, George Bennett, Arthur S. Borgetrand, Fred (2) ]Bronson, Andrew Brown, Henry Brown. F. E. Rugby, L. B. Burros. Laff Butler, E. B. Campel, Robert Canfileld, C. R. Carmichael, J. W. Cave, Jamer Churohward, W. C. Cole, John V. Connelly, Wm. P. Cook, Chas. A. (3) Corbett. G. E. Corbett, Ed (3) C ookett, George Culver, E. S. Dodson, N. \V. Donaldson, George Dooley, J. W. Duchamel, Victor iDyberg, Alfred Edorado, Costa Engersaul, Cyles Elsou, Geo. Eustace, Major (3)' Finn, Jno. Gilchrist, Chas. Grifin, T. M. (2) GOifitth, George Gnndersheimer, Fr.(4) Harbrook, J. hA. Harris, Charles Hassett, Joseph Helm, E. A. Hendrickson, Louis llolte, D. O. Houser. H. Hughes, L. MoK. Jenkins, William Juvouen, Anders Kane, Fred Kastel,, Paul Keeper. George King, G. W, Kuth, Dellie, Jr. Lancaster, Dr. C. E. Larkin, J. H. Larseon, D. Levy, P. H. Mackey. N. A. Manville, CharleL Mann, E. H. Marr, George Marshall, Joseph W. Mason, Walter Mathias, Chas. Neloch, J. L. Metcalf,. Henry Mooney, Tim Mor'. Nelson Morris, Lee Morrison, S. F. Mulvahill, Maurice Murphy, W. P. McDonnell, Jas. A. McDlermond, Ernie Mcl ven. John McRiay, Dan Nelson, J. H. Nelson, Charley J. Norton, W. C. Ojdams, H. Offerle, Frank O'Harce. John Pahule, Johan 'Palmer, J. J. Patterson, W. M. PYank, Elmer ]'corrier, George I'orter, Hugh ]talberab, W. 1. Itayner, A. C. lReinoehl, F. 1. Ilennie, John Ilne. Merlin J. Robe: to, Claude Rtogers, Alex Ilosengren, Ole Sanford, J. P. Scho,,der, Carl behwartz, Fred Shreft, George Showers, Samuel H. Simes, W. 1. Simpson, Wmn. Smith, O. At. (2) Smith, Henry Sorenson, Niels Stetson. A. C. Swlirer, J. Tennyson, James 'Trrell. A. E. Ward, Lynn E. Ward. Nathaniel Webster, W. H. Wedding, C. H. Williams, John Ayers Woolcoel, James Young, James. LADIES' LIST. Adams, Wm. Mrs. Bailey, Belle Mrs. jlaeke. W. E. Mrs. Bailey, Nancy Miss Co.bett, E. Mrs. Crayton, M. J. Mias Daanel, Irene Miss D)oyle, Maend Miss Fleming, Mary Miss Fredensbnrg Katie Galbraith. Mh. Miss Grant, D. Mrs Haine, Arthur Mrs. Howard, Mary Miss .lewell, Belle Miss King, C. M. Miss King, Sarah Miss (2) Maitland, GusaieMrv. Mason, J. S. Miss Matteson, Helen Mrs, Marran, hBiss Miller. Mary Mrs. Moftit, Phoebe Mrs. Moan, Eliza Miss Muller, Maud Miss Myers, Almlra Mrs. MeLain, C. hirs. Nelson, iruth Mrs. .\iinn, Ida Miss Pollard, 'T'. J. Mes. RLoberts. Hlenry Mrs. Sappington, Miss Smith, HI. Mrs. Htothard, Ann Mrs. Williams, C. Mrs. Young, Carrie. T. H1. 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