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MEWIS AND I..E' CODUNTY
OFFICIAL NO1NATIONS.
Electors for President and Vice.President
Vote for Three.
Cooper. Walter,........... Democrat
Fns, Paul A ............ I Demoorat
.Iman, Ambrose W..... I Democrat
MoKay. Daniel............ I People's Party
Bose Jobs W............. People's Party
Wiles. Selomon........... People's l'arty
Ballard, Massoena......... Prohibition
ighsmith, George W..... IProhibition
Orr, William C............ I Prohibition
Hall. William E........... I Republiean
Malone. Frano s M........ Republican
Moree, George W.......... |I :opublican
Representative in Congress-Vote for One.
Atkins, Benjamin It....... I Prohibition
Dixon, William W........ I Dentoerat
dlwards. Caldwell.... ... P'eoplea Par Ity
Hartman. Charlesu I... ... I Repul liran
Governor-Vote for One.
Collins. '1 imothy B........ I Democrat
Eenundy. H1illiam......... I 'eeple's l'ar:y
Bickards, John Y......... I ltepublican
Waters, J. .............. I Prohibition
Lieutenant-Governo-, Vote for One.
notkin, Alexander C...... I Republican _
Cullum, Harvey H..... Il eoplie's Party I
Melton, lhenry H.......... I Demo crat
Templeton. J. C........... I Prohibition
Secretary of State-Vote for One.
Allen. Joseph W........... I People's Party i
Folk, Fenjamin W. ..... I Democrat
Gardner. Idward Md...... I Prohibition
lotwitt, Louis............ I FIepublican
Attorney-General-Vote for One.
Day, Edward C............ IDemocrat I
I------ - --- -
Haskell, Henri J.......... I lepablican I
linowles. Ella L........... People's Party I
State Treasurer-Vote for Our.
Corbly. Andrew L......... I Prohibition
Haston. Jesse.............. I Democrat
Lear, William D.......... ] People's ]'arty
Wright, Frederick W...... I Republbean
State Auditor-Vote for One.
Cook. Andrew B........... I }epublican
McKay. James D.......... I 'eople's 'Party
Smith. haoies FP....... .. 1 Prohibition
Whaley. William C........ I Democrat I
Superintendent of Public Instruction-Vote
for One.
Hunter, Mrs. Eva M ...... I Prohibition I
-- --- --
Mahony, John C........... I Democrat
Eteero. Enugene A.......... hopublican I
Chief Justice-Vote for One.
Blake. Henry N............ I .epubl:can
Pemberton, William Y.... i Dem, orjl
iemberton, William Y.... I I op.es i'arty I
Slate Senator-Vote for Ole.
Gillette Warren C ........ I hepubican I
Jurgens. John .......... l'opie'r iarty i
Steele, William L......... I lDeo, ra:
MeImbers of the Ilouse of Rlepresentati yes
Vote for Eight.
'Fach. Thomas C..... .. Democrat
Pray. Charles H........... I leepublican
Brown. Charles K ......... I Democrat I
l.urrell, .Alexander........ I topublican
Carpentar, tephn........ I Republican
(omly, arry It........... I Democrat
David.on. Anslem J ...... I)emocrat
]-ltdit)y. (harles E......... i 1 emocrat
Gourley. James ........... Riepublican I
Ilowey. lIobort H ......... Republican
Hlusaby. John H........... Peoplees Party
hlt 1hum, John P......... Poplo's Party
Lvdoll,h. H. I?............. I Ilemocrat
l.ockoy. Itichard.... ...... I l.'tpublic;n
Murphy, John I.... ...... o I)D .crat
howbury, Abel T.......... 'ooplo Party
O(sborn, Charles l......... I P'oplo'e 1 arty
thaey, Martin V........ 1',eple's i uarty
Sholor. John Hi........... I',,oploe Party
SR'nth, George W. B .... I lepul.can
rnith, lobert B ........... lemo'crat
\ voudroff, John C'......... i 'eo lo.e's Poart,
Woreing, Lincoln........ I :opublrican
Wilson. lIraco ...... ..... I 'o~ple.· Party
Clerk Supreme ('ourt-Vote for One.
('oatr". , (Ca pi on li....... I l'opole' Party ,
Poots, John H............. I J'rohibitioa
tloane, John L..I......... ] lemorrat
,'bster.r, Benjamrin....... tIuolrblical I
District Judges--First Judiceial Distrilt
linck, lorco I.... ....... rI l;,or at I
rntelr. r'llhola i:... ... i 11nr'rat
Jravis, Ilob rt Ii.......... i oole! ' a facy ,
lulL, \Wtilliam it .......... lupubl,]ican -
ldriely. Jopi, W....... 1 .bhcal
lihrk of the Iit.trirt Court --'t, 'or OnI ,
l: 7. John .... ....t... aour., bi'...
I.aytlon lrnver i ...... m' [oCTll
iatt i lieu F.......... . F pl,, t ar!
I:ot ch. Eliur . ....... ; lr L
Iaurnv, Andrlew J ......... , I.,i t .ti a
ltarrisa ,n M illia:. .... . I - ,ia ,
i'or-ky, Jin.i........... . o;,, ki un
Lanvherno. to a inu. ... i., ,aq
uth, W illiam.... ....... I .. . .t
la.I. Pra:,V ............. ·. ,,r ,
I ajlttol , .t oodlU antl t ....... |',' ,[,.¢ - I y:
i ykes, Ilarry .......... ,,: ,',,
(Cou .t ly Ill lolklll - - r -Vll. P tA r;r1 .or
5 o nI. IZo .r I 1.. -..... I t r h ra-lr
I olh.lrso.n, .aiott ()........ , |- €'1.J' ! 'aly "
'Iok.r, Joln S ......... I Ryl;.belic -
'County Auditr'-r-lotr 11I1 0ll.
Ai tr.y, I l'atera, E I...... I ,,lo'iv I arty
brene .v I tgtnrtI 8 ...... I rilblicatn
l"..nan.. i, oint,,s.... . I.n..ocrat
Sheriff-Vote for Onr.
Curtl. Charles D.......... t Democrat
MoFarland. James ...... l People's Party I
Santderr. Jun n (-........ I opubliean
Conlty Treasurer-l-Vote for One.
Itardt.n Rithard l'.,P ....- I topubtlican
arreott, Clarence iS....... I Demoorat
Zastrow, William ......... People's Party
Colnty Aassessos'-Vote for Olne.
Foll, itobert A............. Il'ople'' Party I
Blirkett. William J........ Democrat
Somta. t iolding W... I lI..,upblian I
Public Admltnistrator-Vote for One.
Ophoim. Knute..... ....... I ltpnhliean
Straub. Frank M-...... ..- DImoorat I
Ward, Samutl W........ Peoplo's Party I
Coroner-Vote for One.
larseon. Malcolm U...... t U ooplen a Party I
Ileaants., Ibomnoas Ii... I )emorat F
tiockiau. D)r. Moies...... I lopublieanu I
Couuty Superitntetdent of Schools-Vote
fit" bie.
lenjatmnin, Hfie ........... I eooplo's Party I
litifnirath. ,Misr rlinnte A I o;ulpublican
i'urnley, Miss C. L.... ... I ) em,:crat
County Surveyor--Vote for One.
Marsh. Itenjamiin F....... Rlepublican
Wad.. John \V ........... I Democrat
Justices of the eacre, Helena Township
Vote for Two.
O'Donald, Terrenoe.... ... Democrat
Porter. Jame P......... I Democrat I
Smith, Andrew F ......... I eople's Party I
Vo:aw, Alfred '..... ... I.. Republican I
Woodman, Benjamin F... I ;eu)uhoan
Constables, Helena Townsh ip-Vote for Two.
tlraham. Fred.. ......... I Democrat
Horn, Charles ............. CI |epubli, an I
Quirk, Julohn A............. I om crat
unett'., Joseph I3......... I P'oolh+i Party I
\\ilson, Charloe W........ I Republican I
Justices of the Peace, Spokane Township
Vote for Two.
iramnble, L................ I Citizeon
LConstable, , Spokane Township-Voto for
Two.
l arch. . (.............. I C('tizen I
Jus:tice. of the Peace. AnIusta T'ownship
Vote for Two.
Anchard, liichard ....... I Democrat
Gilbert, HIobert............ I ('iFtion
\V'ar.bin, '.. E ............. I l moorat
Soodat,. Iholmay a ......... I titizen F
Constables, Augusta Township-Vote for
Two.
Dlou4las, Jame .......... ('itit.n I
turnicuan, J. ' . .......... (itizin I
ol. brook. , Irs........ ... Democrat F
V',ca.ncr. J. ............ Deltocrat
J,-ti eat , ithe P)'tnie. c('tiit Township
Vot" fnr "l't io.
T.illiuga. Id a· d ' ..... I)Dimo rat F
~t nfA.ieow, tlottenhueusn Dtin.oarat .
W`lls. Hatlh, Jr... .. . (itizen
C(',nstablet,. (Craig Ttowlnshipll-Vote for Two.
JoLnin.. I. ..i . B .... I . ..e. arty I
Justicen io trthe l'eace. Ielmont Township
Vote for Two.
Mat'.two. T. J............. I lio ublican I
.hiniveru, J. ('............. Peo le's Party F
t'adbury. lieo. W..... ... I People's Party F
tIaduiory, (to. W.......... I Democrat
lialston, Jame N......... I Democrat I
Walters, Jhn H..........I IloD tublican
Constables, Belmont Township-Vote for
Two.
]::,r., Thm . .......... o. I Re n lican F
)ihlun, i. R .... ... . e. I)I. ocrat
Htendrioks,. , anu,9 A...... 'ioihP larty
tHendricks, JAn: . ,A A...... I I . rnmocrat
Weon.tr.r ( arlt........ I hotublican
\ioin. Miia:t .. .......... i t People's l'arty I
Amnenlmta nt to, the fContitution--Vote for
One.
Agaln t tL .tn ienetmtnt titi ('onstitrtion t
For tl'ae; tif L.owattion of tt lermanent Cap
itul ufl' tIre stit of .loutama---Vote
for Oiei,.
tity of .\lacr . r ............ .....
('ity ,f I i, ..................
wr tf eIr ion t . ..
. , t..tirtih i+tsl . .... tt........ ...... y
- '* i c·t; i· l t'i l, to ,, a corrtet
,, , . , ,. . , I , , f .a id na, ty this
J. S. 'rt >)t).. I
to.rtti ty t lork.
r+ if.l ,ittti Ir ll '
r·· :· 9I hl i o b lie t . tittoers titt,
i, ias, nu wth tr , It .. . . I ri t i .. t t et y
aj tar et A.s , , f U ai, " o (,y hl
Crunla Clerk.
First National "Baink
OF HELENA, MOrT,
PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000.
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,900
Designated Depository of the
United States.
Interest AllowoL, on Tiltse 1)eposlt.
leneral ilank,'Ftt hquneu T rsansacte.
SatetylDeposit oexes ot lLu.
Direetorse
N, T. IIA USER....................... Preid t
K. W. KNIHT .............. .,a
T. H. KLEINBUHMIDT...... Asstant cashaer
lIEU. It. HILL........ Second Auhltat Cashior
Granville Stuart.................Stookrowe
h. W. rh................... ......Merchant
J. '. ( nrttn............ (larkte Conrad COrtln
ii. . llamilton............... ... Calstalit
ti 1.l A............ Mining and Bt.clgkrow.r
Chas K. Vell .................. Meroant
A. M. Iolter..........A. M. .Holter Hlardwa.ruo.
A neelatsd lanks:;
Northwestern Notional Bank........Great Falls
fir t Natis nil ak ............. ....... hIdilesol
B.rt Natonal flank........................ Butte
erchants National
BANK, OF HELENA. MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid in Capital, $350,000.
Surplus and Profits, $90,000.
L H. HERRHFIELD....... ..... Predent
A. J. DAViD N... ...........Vic-President
AAiRON [HElrSHFIELD.................. Cashier
Board of DIreetorsa
Thomas Crape, M. Sands,
m. N. luntley. A. K. Prescott,
A. J. Daviden. Moses Morris.
L. H. Hershufield, Aaron .eroshleld,
J. Switzer.
First-class City, County and State Securities
bought and sold.
Exchange issned on the principal cities of the
Unied tStates and Europe. Iransfera of money
made by telegraph.
Interest aliowed on time deposits. Collections
promptly attended to.
Hoxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of
the best constructed fire and burglar proof safe
deposit vaults in the country,
ontana National
BANK, OF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital Paid in, $500,000.
Surplus and Profits, $200,000.
Dlrectorse
C. A. BROADWATER ................. Preeide
S. i. PHELPS ........... Vie-President
R. L. HMOC LLOH .....................Cashier
A. L. Smith .............Assistant Cashie
A. G. Clarke,. Herman Gant
It. F. (lalo", Peter Larson.
C. W. Cannon. or. Wallas
I). A. Cory.
Second National
LANK, OF HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000.
BURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000
A General Banking Business
Transacted.
r. D. Edgerton..................... ...President
C. K. (COLE............. .. Vie-President
SORi E li. CHILD............... ('ashier
JOSEPH N. KENCK.... ....Assistant Cashier
Board of Directors,
J. R. Sanford. C. (t. Evans
I. W. (hill, 8. J. Jones,
A. N. Spratt. Chris Kenck,
E. D. Editrton, C. K. Cole
Gooir.o B. :Child.
NO. 4400.
J elena National
BANK, OF HELENA.
CAPITAL, $500,000.
Transacts a General Banking Busi
ness.
SHIRLEY ('C. ASITRY....... Pr.....President
A. H. t,FeMiPNl't'i ..............Vieoo-President
FRANK BAIRD .......................(. ashier
Interest allowed on t me deposits. Exchange
slose tI n forein countri. s.
'lransf r of money by tele6graph. Pirst-cas
city. county andt state socuritles bounght and sold.
Collections promptly attended to.
Ioarrd of Directors:
John T. Murphy,
Fhr'ey C. Ashby, I'. \t. MeAdow,
frank I'aird, ('hae. K. Wells,
J. I' Wo.iman, n . . Molay.
N. E (uolln, Jno. H. l,.tdenhall,
Abnir II. ('lements, IL S. Ford,
Geo. L. Tracy, J. P. Porter.
T he Thomas Gruse
BAVINGS BANK. OF IHELENA.
Incorporated Under the Laws of
Montana.
PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000.
TriOMAH ('RISE.....rt..............'resident
FPIAhN K ii. ('tlJE .......... Vic-Presidenl
W(M. J. t(1( Ihl,....... Asat 'Trsa, sod tserslary
1111. J. HWiE y ........ .........'-rIsures
Trustese:
Thomas Cr('re, Frank H Crnse,
mV . Cook.J. Cook. n. J. wnoney,
.Jlohc i an.
Allows I per cent interest tn Savings l)oposit4,
som.oti, ed January and ,July.
'['ranesacts a .e.eral ultkin u~ inis.. Draws
xchangei on the prslcipal c;ti:. oi the United
D) alt it rloty panI city n ()nds, and makee
lons. on ral esata.e mortgages.
nthe!,oure from 10 l. te. to 4 p. I. Also on
atl.day cod liMondasy esoningi from 1 to 8
IH- IEL-E -.
rr. ericar\ National
SANK, OF iIELENA.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
.s)|sresloese:
A.C. J,,l,,*ofn. ic|,ali LL,:'kw,.
Interetns lowrr, d 00 ii., <itl. ,l- I.x. engts
[ata s.lallr l+~ I8 tlr l e. T loro.srl , ,f , ·.,y res. d,'
by to rll h. 'o (',1 .lll I Ot 5 150 C('ls l'1 t , 5 , 'I , ] .
Lily, ulorrtl anti 5ta 0l 5 re('lll+,++ !site i shts ond sold.
AT HOME.
TAKUA CooRS. .10 "mu_
Sprague Ceeraeposedease
shhoa of Sass.
(inserporated. I ,
lor particular to
d. Co0nor, Jr.S, rB e.
IU. 5i8 ws.hlI, Blouk. Detlests MIIe
gitADII R.R
" " TUEB a
GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE
Passes through Wisconsin, Minneaota, North D.
kuta. Manitoba. Montana, Idaho, Ore
gan and Washington.
THE DINING CAR LINE.
Dining Car are run between Uhicago, St Paul,
Mrnnsao~lt%~ie nl J~ieDlena, Butte. Tacoma.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE.
Pullman service daily between Cbioago, SBt.
Paul. Montana and the Placilc Northwest; ,nd
betwean Kt. Paul, Minneapolis and Minneaota
berth D)akota and Manitoba paints.
THE POPULAR LINE.
Daily Express Trains carry eleagant Pullman
Sleeping Carsi Dining Cars. Day Coaches Puii
man Tourist Sleepers and Free Coluniat U-l.p
lag Cars.
YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE.
Ths Northern Pacific railroad is the rail line IG
Yellowstone Park: the polpular line to C!alifornil
and Alaska; and ito trains pass through the
grandest soenery of seven states.
THROUGH TICKETS
Are sold at all coupon ofiRces of the Northern
Pacific HalIroad to polnts North, East South
and West. iothe United States and Caniada.
TIMB SCHEDULE.
In effeat ea and after Sunday. August s8.
mTUas ARalZE AT rZLENA.
e. 1. Pacific Mal. west bound ........ 1:80 p. m
o. 4. Atlantic mail. east bound........12:40 p. m
No. 6. (aur 'Aisnen floeoula and
Buntte expe ........................ :15 p. in
o. 8, Marysville s er............ 11:20 a.
o 10. Maiyville accommodation... 7:00 p. in
No. 9, Wieake. Boulder and Elkhorn
pansenggeer.............................. 5:10pm
No. 102a, Rime l mixed, MIondts, d- ,
s and ridays .................... :00 .
So.al Pacific Mail west bound ........ 1:41 m
. tntio mail. east bound....... 1:0 p. m
No..d Butte. Mitaola and Coeur d'Alene
express .............................. 7:10 a. mn
Go.i, Ma.s No.evill: p ' r DP.. 7:41 aT. m
o.1 , Mars e , aer ..... .... :00 p. m
n.. Wicke. Bo 0lder and Elkhorn
P sen er ............ ............. 7:2 . m
Na 101 mini mixed, Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays................. 8:1 a. m
Trai.As Noa . 1 4 5 and 6 enneot at Garrison
with ontana tnion trains to and from B:tte
ant , s d Anaconda.
Sr Na.. 8nd 8 will run between Helena
and WalSase ldeho, without ehange of oars.
For Ute. o Maps. Time Tables or pecial
Inoers ae apply so Chas. L. Fee, General
Fasseoa.r and Ticket Agent, bS. Paul,
Minne or
A. n. 1EGFLA-R
General Agent of the Northern Paoifio I, B."
HELMENA. MONT.
ALBERTA RY, & COAL CO, AND
GREAT FALLS & CANADA RY, CO.
Condensed JYoint Time Table In Effr et SMopt
1,1892s
Going West--No. 2-- adnvR. DEPART.
Dnmor................... 7:00 p m
G±iatssa latke.............. - 0:0 p m
Lethbridge .......... 2:00 a m
Going South-No. 5
Lethbrtdge .................. '7:00 a m
Gtirling............ ........ lt:20 a m
Rranton . .... .50 a m
Milk iver .... .......... t10:40 a mn
t outte (intern. boundary) tll:r0 a mi
Sweet brass 112:00 p mr
Kevin ..... ................. 112:50 p m
Rocky Springs .............. 1t:40 ptm
Sheilb Junction........... 1t:20 p m .2:50 p n
onrad .................... 3:lO p m
tonder.................. 5:00 p in *:20 p
Collins............ 6:50 pm
ttoel ........................ 8:15 p m
Vaughan.................... 8:5 p m
ireat Falls ............... i8:80 p m
toeine North-No. 8
Great lalls..... ... 11:00 pm
Vaugha .................... 11:40 p min
hteol .... ............., e12:20 a m
.ullin .... ................. *2:00 a m
iPlndera .................... *40 a m
oned...................... *5:00 a n
Shelby Junction........... 8t:00 a m to:80 a m
aocky prlings .............. in :20 a m
Kevin .... ............:.. t8:l0 a m
Sweet (trass (inter. bound.) *.00 a m a
o lyteui, 10:50 a n
sk Hier ................. 110:40 a in
Brunton .................., l 11:25 a m
tirng .............r....... r t t 12:55 p m
Lethbridge .................. 12:10 p m
Going East-No. 8
ethbridrge ................. 8:55 amin
(iray ta eke .............. §12:45 p mi
Dunmoro ................... §4:45 p m
Going ast--No. 1-
Letbri lgo ............. . 10:40 p m
tlrassy i ake............... 02:00 a m
tunmore .............. ... *:40 a m
)Daily. Mounday, Wednesday and Friday.
Mleals, Daily except Sunday.
'ltrougIh trains leave Great Falls, Sunday.
Tueoday ann Thursday, at 11 p. m.
'rhrengh trains leave Lethbridge. Monday.
Wednesday and iriday at 7 a. m.
OON NxOTIONs.
Canadian Pacific Railway-Trains leave Dun
more Junction: For Atlantic Coast at 10:25 a.
no. For Pacific Coast at 4:02 p. m.
Great Northern lailway--Trains leave Shelby
Junction: For Kalispell. Bonner's terry. Spo
kanoe, et.. at 10:8 a. mo. For St. Paulat 2:82 p.m.
Great Northern Railway-Trains leave Great
Falls. For Helena and Butte at 10:42 a mn. For
St. Paul at 1:45 p. m.
Macleod ard Pincher Creek-Stage leaves
Lethbridge every Tuesday. Thureday and Satur
dsy at 8 a m.
ChLot.au Stags for Chotean. Belleview, Bynum,
stc., connects with trains No. 5 and 8.
N. . -Passengers to and from Kalispell, ion
ner's Ferry, Spokane, etc., will note that close
daily connaetions are made with (dreat Northern
Raulwayt Shelby Ju:clton.
.T. tAL'I GOeneral Manager.
W. D. BARl5LA , Goneral ouperintendent.
It. MARTIN. General 'I'refic Agent.
S UMMON%=-IN TNE DI8°I'RICT COURT OF
the First. judicial district of the state of
Montana. in and ior the county of Lswis and
,larto.
7 el P'au·len, plaintiff, vs. M. M. Moore. A.
Weisenhorn. h. A. Jones and i. T. Heard, de
fendantc.
'Ihe state of Montana sends greeting to the
sbove nomeod d: fendanrta:
You are hereby required t : appear in an action
trotught acaislit sos, hv r's ab,ove nouned ,lsintitt
in the district eourt of the itirut judicial district
of the state of Montana, in and tsr the oeunty of
Lewim ant Clarkee, and to answer tleo comillaint
hiled tl:ereio, within toln days. oc(clusive of the
lay of :,r\'itcl) after tile servire on yiou of thio
siiumnona if oervod within this ronnty; or. if
er.,tci out of this county, but within this district,
within twenty days: otterwise within forty days.
::r judgment by default will Ie taken aaanamtyou
according to thi prayetr of Mid comolaint.
'Il'e taud action is brougcit to rouotr a iudg
meot tc,r the sum of 81:9.01. and the coots of euit.
includiug 15.00 paid for vorifying, making and
rosortlint his lien, and $$110 I he allowted end
Sixed bty the c ,ort as attorney's fove, for foro
•losntugatl lio,, antt to have tihe whl,lo judr
msnt d-c',:tl t, Ite a lieu nton thte Gold hitte
narlnz lode, minino clams. situated in i starllt
listriet, and an slensiloni of th0 Irrn King lhol.
'Ito adjotnooig e:tillltt are thle t5:tttthrienod on tile
Iortth. lit' .|unlbub ,o ith.' east, anti tI:, I rtn Ihine
sn thk wees. 'lh,. ilt'e~alitin i dttltItlI nally rkt l
n tlhe grtcutrti o, that its bltttndlarivo csn I,e
tO silly tra,':it. iy a stak.' uit dls:'ove're hllt ft
n:d euh.ltattial holosts at aciti citrnert. ald is 1:15i,
net lone by stilt feet wide. Ihe snid etonI ol
0liO. is doe tlhy ta,ltttll for work and ahbo,
performotil for d.fe,otlantt at itlir rotluct, on
the said dobcriied prl~tisiscs. Also to lave tlit
said liie flosedtiotii nd dti.e ItropOrtl hlrtin toi
ecrlbed sold niothlr ti, order otf the courl, anti the
x,rocerds applield t:t, I: oat, eftotton of thle jude
nent hlere..o,, and for cl+.firit'loi'y jidonment, it,
ease this judgiteont is not satstheId b) the appli
catitin if said t.roc.'e.lt, all as more fIllyy ap
pears in tile riOrolaill t tn tile horotito, to which
A/ld yot0 arse eerthy nctittml that it you fail to
a1,i.ar atdl ullttoir titu a,1id C,:::: ,laill. at above
rlt::oiirod. liho Miii Ittsintitl will splly itthtt
(tirven tindr my tantl antlelou sial of th: .liv
trilt ctrt if titit I'ir~t judlicia listrit't if thi
m, im:r l.,,rd one tl,,tnaOlld elthl t'uoIdrt:i.lottl
ninety-two.
Leoam-l JItlIN lIPAN. hlerk
SoomNe. I Power lSock. Poeffee I ou1)05.
5ELENA. MONTAN.,
re You Ilterested in (old 1iling?
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l'lOItlqONAhi CARD.H. A.IAR HttMHlB(lNH--IN 7'1It DINTIIICT
tte of Mloniuan, in aud for the county of
mAE Ue and L nlwrk .
o l' r h . Ipl;it arr"t , plain ili, vns. Iliabol th
M. ] ti aln rrot, tteseinda t.
et'io'te nate of Mtlntnuc send ln h r eting to the
IE Oart Irereiy rrtnirnel to appear Inan action
ttorn at a trlL g anirot y.'ti by tht. abt vn, arnoetl .hrto
lf n et rltri c , cclrtt i,f ttte i ir.L jnteii dinst
Money to loan onlnl,rcved itty and farm triot of trh eate ofr b tnn. It and for the
property. Oltcounity od Lnwislt ('lro, and t, anlwor the
oullamt fihd tharoii, within ton days
(Ixclu vA of the day Of .rvicn ) after the
ASIIBURN K. BARBOUR. tlito cot,tt;.~ rr. if nrvoel tt,nt of Oltto ro~ll tty.rbt
IAttorney and Ctounsellor at Law. within forty dnay. or JOutignnt Ity dolault wll
MaIsoui Tompla . olena.T, Mrontana anid comrlotllnt.
'l'httlr tRi anti,, is breught to tijeolt'ethe
1\5Af,.ENA IIULLAtI). Ittlcd Itf ftrttitOtt. Ittw 'ntlitlg Itetworis you
Attorney and ('otrntsllor at Law, otlllolgt tithr thttnt thtt Jrrlt a'cl thbt plainllt f
-r ore isrriedtI)c. ':lti-. is 'w York rit,
Will prartire in all crrts of record In the atid tbuit o,,r a.httts its 2lay otf Atignet 109l'
Stale. Otlite in tt,lti ilock, lllens bltnt. yr nilfllt ly uttl w nitho ut c- ,ieorrtt anti
_ _.hattnrl,et plaintitt nt orbury rark, in the stalt
g lZ tl tItf ' " w te t y .. sr r d ht ., 5 . .r rit ... a n d s till
-K . ronttintltt to oilfutle anti withouti rlutoe deertt,
Civil anti ?ini'-ug Englneers. alttlldn atyr Itlorintr and a',rt arom aim
i. it. D-pnty Midiotrel t41rvt'yors Mir's pat. stin's this will 'ottd wlttht.mt his t'mIncstlt. not
wi11 t all t s ' hio o|t)tt t o, irtit tt-t'crmm 5s, c e, eo
stlt '-r lltltlo . H. ,olntto .1 and l.t, Atlas Building, to hfll l',,it Il lloge, ri.tttni'O ttt th.
iuhl~nMont. hlonl~eats sf ihtltuanA fttr 0t0o year IenLt lttinediatsly
Atidi pou are hIerey~ nrutiirsl thtat if you fail to
I'hylc-iian,. H rgce'n, Accotmher, Oculist. Aurist. s,ml:uir'd, thte clie I~lalutl f wll apply I(, t •
eotrt fttr ttht rctil f In caid onrmtltaint tItmanttsl.
Nh,,,hItr t~f Ian lyra~o.is, IlM, a itoelety, (liven nelns r ,tty Itnad anmitfo seal of the dis
alto treadsya .l'lrt IMeiod toteimy. fittit'e uU tri'ctt.,,rt or the Flirst Judictal diotriot of tie
hlsin street, ouer titetincatz Jewelry Ht-re, stlat,' tf Montaln. In and for the county of Lewls
aod (larks, title 15th day of ti-t
I).. I,, C~llhttIIAI(..*IAE[i t t ,tr, in tit,, ye ar (of sord
_Wolu ed ltrl it one tturauntd eisht hundred
lilosasseof Wonsu anl Chihldrn ipoell i ('°ttrlt. nitety-two.
Attentiuon ---.- JOH(iN BEAN, Cler,
Jlelenas, Montaun T. g. Crutbelr, Attor-sy for 'lialriaa

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