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Has Removed to 22, 24 and 26 South Main Street. (G-REENHOOD, BOHM, & CO.'S OLD STAND.) I ft Appropriate for Fall and Winter Are the Many Beautiful Dress Goods Fabrics To be seen in our store. We have them in all of the newest materials and fashionable fancies. Many exceedingly be coming patterns have just been opened, and we insist that you come to see them before it is too late. THE SEASON WON'T WAIT On you, and you, of course, want to be up with the season and the style. Now is the proper time to select the proper thing for WINTER WEAR. We call your attention to our display of Dress Goods Bargains is Olur South Window. IT H B E E HI I B . oenzberger, Barnett & Co. E HE 22, 24 and 26 S. Main St. ANECDOTES 1OF MOLTKE. The Celebrated Germansl Soldier Was Some thing of a Vit. There are numbers of good things in the fifth volume of Moltke's Memoirs, which has just appeared, says the Pall Mall Gat zette. It is told, for instance, that as the king's birthdays successively approached there used to be bets among the of flers and the general staff as to how many words Moltke would use In proposing the toast of the day. Some backed a nine-word speech, others nut their money on eight words. Moltke's habit wea to say: "To the health of his majesty, em peror and king," or "To his imperial ma jesty's health." In 1884 an oyster broeak fast was staked on the marshale not using more than nine words. But because he be gan with the word "gentlemen" the bet was lost. The loser comforted himself by saying: "He's aging, is Moltke; he's get ting loquacious." Once, when the field marshal wAs staying for the baths at Itaratz, he went alone through the woods to Pfaffers. As it was a hot, thirsty day he stopped at a wayside inn for refreshment. The landlord hailed him with: "Bather at Itagatz, aren't you?" "Yes." "Moltke is said to be thee, eh?" "Yes." "How does he look?" "Well, he looks much ns you or I look," responded the field marshal. On a ltter day the land lord was surprised to find that he had been interrogating the great general himself. 'The old Emperor William often told a Moltke anecdote against himself. He said that observing an untidy-looking young lieutenant, he inquired who he might be. IHe was told "an officer who had just left the Danish service and joined the Prus sian." The king, as he then was, ventured upon "that most gratuitous form of error, prophecy," saying of the ill-dressed sub altern, "That man will never get on in the army." In comment the good-natured monarch wonld say, "That gives you the measure of my insight (coup d'aril)." An Editor's Palace liurned. Los ANGELES, NOV. 23.-The costly winter residence of Joseph Medill, editor of the Chicago Tribune, was buned last night. T'he fire was caused by hot ashes in the yard near the house. The etrueture is a total loss. Nearly all the contents were con suamed. The loss, including furniture, is estimated at $80,000; insurance at $20,000. Medill will rebuild immediately. Rallway (:onundrums. What is the railway mileage of the United States? 170,001 miles. What hais been the cost? Over ten billion dollars. What state heads the list in point of mileage? Illinois-10,079 miles. What is averate cost of constructing a mile of railroad? About $3000)0. Who built the first locomotive in the United States? Peter Cooper. What in the cost of a ilachoe sleeping car? About $15.01)0. or $17,000 if vestlbuled. What .ond car:ies the largest number bf passenge s? 'T'ue Manhattan Elevated rnil road, New York--52,000 a day or 191,6(25, 000 yearly. What are the chances of fatal accident in railway travel? Statistics show one killed in every ten million. What road runs the famous vestibuled, electric lighted and steam beated train be. tween St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago? The Chicago, Milwaukee & it. Paul rail way. It leaves : t. Paul at 8:10 o'clock every evening. Conridered one of the most conm plete and handsomest trains in this coun try. tow many trains Lrr day via this road from the "twin eltieh" to Chiongo? Il',ir frnm St. Paul Union der ot at 7:.) a. im., 2:.5 I'. Ir.. I;:Nl i. m. and 8:10 p. m. Are they all heated Iry steam? Yee. Is there any road, except "The Mil waukee," which funiashes electric berth lamps to real by? No. Who should a passenrger apply to for In formation as to lowes't rtts to all roints in United States iind CatHadar via "The Mil wnukee?" 'Jo any counon ticket irgent in the northwest or addless J. T'. C.rr..e. Asa't (Gon't Pass. Agent. St. Paul. Minn. Drs .L.&. lib Co. WORLD DISPENSARY, Han Francsloo, Kansa OClty aed Chitago. Have treated mnore cases suecesofully than all others, simnlar in namne, comblned. Have established PERMANENT OFFICES AT 13, Main St., Helena, NOVEL.TY BLOCK. Therapidly incieasing number of patients In Montanadmcand gsater facilities and accom modations, to meet which I re. L:ebtlg & Co. hare established olice in this eity. 'hey will be in chargof aduly authorized r prrlontatsive, who will report all complicated cases to the head c,,lice, where comple e records are kept of all cases and the treatmcent adopted. Each branch having its scocialist, no one physiciai and never lees that five experienced .peoial:tes have a consltation on every case pro'entcd. Having thousands to refer to, comparisons are readily made. No xpeprimenting-eimply ap plying the treantment that hoe times without nutmber proved suco, es·ol. This c the secret of their success and the reas n toucc marvelous oures sl hesctolore reported lave hben made after the beat local physioians pronounoing them hopeleasly incurablo. MSE INT . Chronic aTffections, whether from early indie erOeti na. V.enocral Exce o, N. eminol Weaknees. Lou, ,f MIanho at. lyphiis endi otlher aveostino nnfiLtting them frotct esijiyntg any , f thr c eec Ucres of elfc, t.rstnd on IIcrts astecr altsolute falihro by otto rs. I're. I ieti c & 1Co.'1 reputnt tion for their unparallelod ouccens in treating tLk Itineae ,f Mostn is wortd wide. and they cave patients in all porte of it. T""OME INT. Thiir opcialist for aitoetlions e t women hcs lait.t seturned fioth a utopIL. hsovint al the latcst aptlcancces an i ronsdi s uted In thI, tsrto ripls lco-p:tasle and is withouca sulparcor on tLe Solot 5:4 rARRIF. ant kiltndedl aft.rticns of stho Eye, ear. Thlroat and I, ncr, tuo o-fu Iv treated, and in a manner c, mildly asto ls accpliablo to the m. st deica e clthld. Brices for lpinal 5,'f'tcitios. (,lits Feet, etc., I mantufactureo. catsfac'tioa guaranteo.l. Drc. Liebig & (to. will visit Marysvllle thle 13th anti 14th, 'lhillpaburg the 15th and IOth, (;rantol the ltth and 17th, and 1W.lsnoula the 18th an lt I)th ofa eLach Imonthl. saonsultltlon Free. Call or adlirrs; Nan loraotisco. 400 Goary; Delte. i ;oarudacsa; 1elena. le M Alein it clctnt, tlcllnc: t. N vi% . il. t i n.) h f rtclc'csli cte' tcercci y ittvit''.l Its lncrtiddt Ithcs otlt~tlnt saittlIes to thIe t ii ir elIttlYc as a mbly. ecstotcnisg at Ieloo, Mccttutna, Jlc'. A A. I, I:'.,, (la. I. A.ll lriuting acid laber which mony Ie rnctci.ice for itn t o. I id. f,,r stititig to bs pt r luuiti ottt, hitti for d lcli Ui to be I t (r c I culc . t, cI - Stltcttc iuLl ttcorceccrt.nolclrtlog aciti[ cccigrcctlltc leta 1st, lestts'r hIsacdo cI1nIctcl~l'lciht c tOn ,ettIc al i tsItiOcc. I la'n .'. liity-scvtccn1 vtCtl I5I1c)r |.icote, *o5L, dozo ccirc Arclnoli's blc, k iii,. 100 dctoiul. lo'cci p ntitlt' ·, ti:oili t iln >0. 5. Vagi's I ccaii ltosltt pany, twouty-five Idozens Ictn Iiclltt'rO, otne douzul boxe. I stortc 'too ioec, tic, I cluitltgi c t)0 l1o svrriteric nisidccit hci. J~d.It 1'.Icttt, id lisottiU. lccc, ,t ssleecccr aht ly l s c.atidr,'isls to ,t I '.. lC ciTc'h. pre siet Ittlcct ft rdnhc hic t rd, i ti . t usea'c .c ttcllc +aci . cit fIsr c'co I tct I c ic cccrcccnccn i tt I\ a btnld its t c Isic l l of .ilt(t ccclhi toilc for tht. leaitihftic ccr f(sris~i e a .cl tho w ltc k dch clcrcnt rtltot cl ndrcilc i ] tcitttli ccc' cie Iitirli ~lt cltci|,,rttt l , -.[ cft I cctit ' rllslt i fie~ I ss't c oi!l t tcl cll i tsrl~ . ,ccl , I. isti'-tcig lic~torct i~ icl fccUl t cc thtcc cis lc ,,cc tc l'ccecslcc"sctcl Iy a icnd cl the io ettic of .O.tU. with hko cconlci t ids to hoe ilet on or befcre I eoc Lclr 12, ltO'. Jrodent . 81 . r (ohig lcard. I'mo Ldent L+tale unolrihiuM lh~~rd. SPECIAL SALE. Laaios' TailormMaCo Coats Cormnencing Wednesday, Nov. 21, We have just received a delayed shipment of Ladies' Tailor-Made Coats, in all colors and styles, that should have arrived on Nov. I last, and as the season is getting late, we have decided to make a CUT IN PRICES on the entire lot, and we would invite an inspection. We have Tailor-Made coats in this lot which we will sell PROM $8 TO $20. Call early and make your selection. Crockery Department. Having received a cask of Carlsbad China Tea Sets on consignment from a large Importer, we shall offer for this week only, 30 SETS GOLD BAND CHINA TEA SETS, each set containing 56 pieces, at 'B7.50 PER. SET. These goods are worth $12.50 to 1I5 per set, and are the newest shapes. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. OTICE( TO CIREDITOIRS-IN THE DIS trict court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and (Clarke. In the matter of the estate of John Walker, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministrator of the estate of John Walker, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necesesary vouchers, within four mounths after tile first publication of this notice. to the -aid administrator at the law office of Mass-na hullard, room 8, (Gold block, in the city of Helena, in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana. the same being the place for the transaction of the busiess of said estate, in said county of Lewis and Clarke. lated November )8, 1892. JOHN WALKER. Administrator of the estate of John Walker, deceased. NlOTICE TO CREDITORS.-ESTATE OF J. A. Close, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministrator of the estate of J. A. ( lose, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them. with the necessary vouchere, within four months after the first eublicetion of thisno tico. to the said administrator at the office of David B. Carpenter. room Ii', Bailey block. Hel ena. Montana. the same being the plae for the tranisaction of the business of said estate, in the county of Lewis and Clarke. JAMES B. EDWAIIDS, Administrator of the estate of J. A. Clseo, de o ased. Dated Helena. Mont., Nov. 19, 1892. QUMMONS.-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Li the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. terta Longfelder, plaintiff, vs. William W. Longfeldoer; defendant. 'lhs stats of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required t.i appear in an action brought aeainmt son by the ab.ve named pteliutitt In the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in anti for the county of lewms ant Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days lexclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or. if sarvsed out of thil county, but within thedistrlct. within twenty darye otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken sagalnstyou according to the prayer of said complaint. 'I h, said att.,i lt is rought to obtain a decree of the court detolving the bonds of matrimony between tie plaintiff and defendant, on the grouti of deertion oif 1latntiff by defendant, and atIandonlluent sineA the --- day of Anugust. 1889. all as more tully ap, ears in the otioplaint on ftile in sadl court, to which reference iv hereby madte. And you are ltosroby notifiedi that if you fail to appear and an-w,'r the said complaint, as above required, tlhe said plaintilt will apply to the court for tht relief denlaudodle in her otmplalnt. tliven under my handl altd the real of the dis trict court of the 1 irst judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the .---,---- cuntty of Lewis and Clarke, feal First thils 29th day of October, in the -nd. Diet. 1 year of oar ,ird one thoutsand tourtt. J eight hubondretd anti ninsty-two. - JOHN BEAN, tlurk. By It. J. ('AEItY. Deputy Clerk. David U. Carpenter, Attorney for i'laintitf. A. K. PRESCOTT 4.Dlt.a IN tW Iarble and Granite MONUMENTS fANDp HEADSTONES HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining ENINEERI1S ROOMS 24, 2i Merchants Natior Bank Molldiag, I' Montana. SUMMONS.-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Sadie Margaret Baeder, plaintiff, vs. Jacob F. laaeder, defendant. The stats of lontana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required t) appear in an action brought a.ainet ysou b," the abovenamed plaintift in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on yon of this summona if served within this county; or. if served out of this county, but within this district, within twentyida ; otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will he taken agasnstyow according to the prayer of said complaint. 'he said action is brought to obtain a de cree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between you and the plaintit herein. 'the complaint alleges themarriage be tween youtself and plaintiff at Ripley Chataun qua county, state of New lurk., on or about tllh th day oi April, 1890. Plaintiff alleges rest. dence in Montana for the period of twoyears immediately preceding the commencement of this action. t'he giouds for the divorce are al leged to be the wilful and without canoe absent ing younrself from plaintiff and departure fromn this state without any intention of returning ever since the 15th day of March. 188L and that ion still continue so to wilfully and without cause absent yourself from plaintiff, and to live separate and apart from her, without any autih dcent cause or any reaon and against her will and without her consest. And you are hereby notified that ift you fail to appear and answPr the said complaint as aiove required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in raid complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the dis trlct court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the ----.--=- county of Lewis and Clarke. Seal First this 2ith day of October, in the Jud. Dit. year of our Lord one thousand Court. J eight hundred and ninety-two ---r--- JOHN BRAN, Clerk. DBy C. W. BUTON, D)eputy Clerk. Hi. 5. Repner, Attorney for Paintiff. THE GODES. Political, Civil, Civil Proced FOR SALE AT T 'P $2.50 P e. 1OTICE V; O- PAl;r turgrhi,, n that the oo- 4rtn r,,'l ,twuen Win. Wenawte mutual con .~nt. it . , , atil the said l\\ m. n said firs, uid that .. and the itunder lul' ,. i • ' entered into a co. ' . . ' .. . o oUs f YWeii.tt.' st Snuitng thi billiness Ste said firm of \Wic. firm of Weinstein ' t. receivso and rte't5,t u s tides to, and will pay alid firm of 1 WI, I.-' l'tEIN & CO. S ., Nov. 2. lbht. NAM. WKINSBI'I,'N, Jli.. MAUL WEINSH'EIN. RSW~~e~f ik~ Special Announcement FOR THIS WEEK OiNLY. UNDERWEAR. DEPARTMENT. Infants' white all wool Vests, 30c to 90oc. Children's heavy cotton Underwear, 2oc to 5oc. Ladies' heavy Jersey Ribbed Balbriggan Underwear, were 5oc. This week, 35c. Ladies' full fashioned Jersey Ribbed Balbriggan Underwear, were 65c. This week 5oc. Ladies' heavy white Merino Underwear, combed fleece, were 65c. This week, 4oc. Men's Fleece lined Underwear, very warm, $1.25 Men's all wool scarlet medicated Underwear, reduce d from $I.75. This week only $1.25. Men's camel's hair Underwear considered a bargain at $2.25. This week, $.50o. Men's very heavy ribbed Underwear all wool, in salmon and scarlet, a good $2.50 article. This week, only $1.5o. THE PELTON System of Power. The only distinctively new and important development re lating to Hydraulic Power that has been made in the last half century. Adapted to all conditions and every variety of vice where a head of 30 feet or more can be obtai, 2,500 Wheelk ' PEL1B uAfER MOTORS, , . . the fraction of r up to ioo h. p. Un , .Ight runni; g machinery. Warranted to de S:, mount of power with one-half the amount of :'.i, : by any other. N-=IC.=NIE- ' The great s'ccess that has attended the introduction and ;peration of the Pelton Water Wheel has led to many imita ,ions and some infringements of the various patents of this company. Intending purchasers are hereby warned that all such infringements will be vigorously prosecuted, and that the users of wheels so infringing as well as the manufacturers will be equally responsible. Applications should state the amount and head of water, power required, what it is detigned to run, with approximate length of pipe line. Write for catalogue. Address, The Pelton Water Wheel Company, 143 Liberty Street, New York.