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Has Removed to 22, 24 and 26 South Main Street. (GREENHOOD, BOHM, & CO.'S OLD STAND.) Ii SPECIAL SALE. Dec. I, 1892, from io to 12 o'clock. /~~~~I gall Ses fro 6 to 34 ',ýY1 ýý' 40 Dozeo Childreo's YWhite ýA Merino Vodershirts aod Orawers ! , Here We Are With D6olls and Toys, Appropriate for Fall and Winter For Babies, Little Girls and Boys. AT 20 CENTS EACH. Are the Many Beautiful We are now ready for the Children and all others who Remember that this sale is for Thursday morning, Dec. 1, 1892, Dress Goods Iabrics may be seeking 1From 10 to 12 o'clock.Drs o d Fa ic HO IoDAY GOODS To be seen in our store. We have them in all of the newest , materials and fashionable fancies. Many exceedingly be Our stock embraces everything in the way of Dolls, Toys, Children I nd Pl C r coming patterns have just been opened, and we insist that Wagons, Sleds, Hobby Horses, Velocipedes, Tricycles, Port- you come to see them before it is too late. land Cutters, Books, Games, Albums, Writing Desks and -- THE SEASON WON'T WAIT Tablets, Leather Goods, Plush Goods, Cases, Sets, China- We now have the largest and finest assortment of BOYS' ware, Glassware, Pictures, Plaques, Bric-a-Brac, and such AND GIRLS' SLEDS and PORTLAND CUTTERS' in the On you, and you, of course, want to be up with the season goods as are appropriate for gifts. city, and are selling them at very low prices, quality and make and the style. Now is the proper time to select the proper Our two upper floors devoted to display of H-oliday Goods considered. We hav e them at all pr ices, tigfrWNE ER ecl oratnint and still crowded for room. We have searched every market thing for WINTER WEAR. We call your attention to for the latest, most novel, and most attractive, and we think our display of you will say we have been successful, when you see our dis- FROM 75c TO $17.50. play. Come now and secure your choice, and avoid the .Holiday rush. Call and see our assortment before buying. IBI I . Genzberger, Barnett & Co. T H E B tz B i-i M 22, 24 and 26 S. Main St. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Letters for the following persons remain uncalled for at the Helena. Mont., postoflice on Dec. 1. 1892. In calling for them please say "advertised." GENTLEMEN ' LIST. Anderson, Charles Ashley, Henry W. Back, John Bartlett, Eugene Bates, Frank T. Banmsta, Martin Bennett. Eugene Berequist, Ole Betty, James Blale, R. Blert, Colonel Blond, Jas. H. Brezio, Josef Brooks, Lee Brower. Prof. H. O. Brunson, A. Calberge, Oscar Canigan, P. J. Clark, Peater A. #Cole, W. A. Coyle, James Davis, Ed. W. Donald. W. H. M. Ganner, Albert Goordner. W. Hicks, Charles Hildenstab. Henry Hilton, James Holands, A. L. Holt, Wm. Hueasey. J. O. Johnson, H. C. Kelly, Billy KorIle, George Little, James Lovie, Geo. Mahoner, M. J. Melliok. J. W. Miller, Peter Miller. J. S. Murphy, W. C. Murphy, Wm. M. McBright, Mr. & Miss McMahon, Frank Ozley, Jobn Payne A. M, Pendleton. E. E. Phelps. Stomer Potts, C. W. Randall, Thos. A. Randall. Richard Roscoe, E. H. Ross. S. D. Scheben, Leo bhanon, James Shanahan, it. Shepard, Harry P. Sherard. H. S. Shroder. Edd W. Smith, W. H. Smith, Frank J. Smith, J. Y. Stabler, Walter Summerville. Thos. Teague, Wm. J. 'I ruthford, W. T. Walking, Archie Wheeler, J. M. Yardley, R. Y. LADIES' LIST. Berk, Mrs. L. F. Birkbead, Mrs. M. C. Boyd, Mrs. John Boyd, Miss Leila Brieton, Mrs. E. S. Dial, Mias Susie Farley, Miss Rose Er:ckson, Miss Carrie Erickson, Mrs. M. S. Furl, Aliss Minnie E. Foley, Mrs. Ritchard Gray, Mrs. Chas. H. Hanshaw, Mrs. Dan- lialtmieyer. Mrs. Ca ford rolina Lnmbert, Mrs. A. E. Lindberg, Miss Ida Mendenhall, May hiiner, Mrs. C. G. Mitchell. Mies L. Murray.Miss Caroline Nelson, Maiss Mary Nye, Miss Anna Scemauss, Lizzie Schuler, Mary Smith, Mrs. Agnes Smith, Mrs. Clirry \.'illixsaou, Mrs. Ca- Svenson, Miss Antn rmline T. H. CuewELr., P. M. 2,228,67r. These figures represent the number of bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, conchs and colds which weir, sold in the United States fronti March, '91 to March, ':r2. Two million, two hundred and twenty eight thouosand,sir hunired and savomty-two bottles solt in one year, and each and ovrre bottle was sold on a positive guarantee that money would be sefuoded it sa tisfactory results did not follow its use. The secret of its success is lain. It never d sa pi oints and can alwas sbe depended on as the very best remedy for roughs, colds. etc. Price :i cents and 1. At 1.1 M. P archen & Co.'s drug store. Opportranty. Waster of human destine am I, Farrc, love and fortune on my footsteps wait, Cities rind fields I walk. I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late I knock unbidden once at every gate. If eleepino, wake; if feasting rise before I turn away. It is the hour of state And they who follow me roach every state Mlrrtals desire, and conquer every foe Save death; but those who doubt or hesl. tate Condemned to failure, penury and woe Seek me in vain and uselessly implore; 1 answer not, and I return no more. Jxo. J. laeaLna But fail ye not In this respect. Seize every opportunity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. This is the advice of 0:o. H. Hziavoan. General Passenger Agent. Chicago, ILL Drs Liebig &Co. WORLD DISPENSARY. San Franlscoe, Kansas City and Chicago. Have treated wore cases succeesfnily than all others, similar in name, comabined. Have established PERMANENT OFFICES AT 13i Mlain Stn, lelena, NOVELTY BLOCK. Tho rapidly increasing number of patients in Montana derand greater facilities and sccom moiatiocr, to meet which its. 1, eig & Co. case cetatiliehed olices in this city. I hcy will be in cha g'of aduly authri:re lr pia nsntative, who will report all complicated canes to the head thice, where complv e records are kept of all cases and toe treatment r.doptecl. Each branch having its epeciaslit, no one physician and never lexs that five experienced stocialoets have a coCls lteicni on every c0s0 lctroenttd. Having thousands to roter to, comparbon' are readily made. Nc expirimenting - simply ap plying the ircatmcntct that, ics times without nuciuer proved ucs seftl. Tlhii is the secret of their sCiedo and t1c res n ise f marvelous cures as horictoire reported lave hirn made after the test local physicians pronounoin; them hopoleasly n :arablo. 1VIE 11T Chronic afet tine whether frcm nerly in lis ere iins., enires luxeeccx- , mxxi ncra Waiil.cc-s. tiroi cf Alani o d. :Sy iciit nc visr a' o "i It onftrict c ticcci foml siilry cutt Ofny c t hi 1x ea, xxc. ao iestlcc ' tcii all rr" sclaiere ::It faicuri be b t , rs e r' . I si t ci o 'n y e cwna tior for thcir ic c xarallclci xecciccv itc ext it i th. lNiscsas, f ccel itc ucic rd wclel, nail :b-,y cave L.atients in ail puctt of ct. TVO 1VI E 1I Th-ir poncialist for aTe'tions if woceen has lalysihtncid fiom rcicpee cavyn a l to lateot caphiiaciis avai aeovicilic s io ed ii t ti tl i vipxrc ho-petals sad is without a si pim cer on t:o Cor tAltiti', and kindrel offection of t Ic IEye, Ear Thrict arl I I. , n - c ix i 1; treaitrd, sild 1i it xnivneir " x" mxsci v a tcc tie rria c le.pab o to tie or ac ie-lica 5c hld. Cramc s for spinal l. flrmcitie. cii Feet, etc., mantfacturexi, Natisfa tioi guaraci eil. Dre. I.lebig & Co. will visit Marysville tixe 13th anxi 14th, ixhilipxsxrg the 15ih and 10th, Granite the Ilth and 17th, and Miissnola the l1th and 19th of each xuonth. Ceonsultation Free. (all or adirsee: San Franaisco, 400 Geary; Iutte. y Biruadway; (lelnca. 13 iMain. i' i t.( titO APIPLE AT1"ION s 1 i tlRMIS c1 xii tict and remove timrilc, froii the pub i" lands Ni ic," is Hereby giv-iu tihart ct tih e5.iirvitcii If csclty-net day- tram ei,, lic: r t ilca itl c- il ice, wýc, .1 a. (icvir.cud A. . h ns i of I iwcis tciii. Fresus cu inti, i-ontntit , will matuteio aM, alenetn ti tibo honirabl~ iccrdie ictc chI c itercscixo r iri Ler. i t, t i l i. r Ie ii r. hu ot of ii afii tir iIce i r xit.iltle fictreaw'cve, nit liv tCca isixim icrc-cr tic icc cuid, and tcic s iof wi d, xli 0t trilwiv g e ocr ibol seiveed ccc l ,r plate nri lit hn file) lying anul hbest in lice Iwnton alad li ericu ecicitt. ci sintu, viz bing 50 iii ticcclitiitinf'f.t c .cciccic eii. iri. t iv xx, 2., t h vi cnith I f if ci t ici ion, No. 0c I. Y:: andx all in ticc l.ic tc xox th o ran a 1!I of-I of .i. Muliniaii lreixrlci nicreiliii, aiid containing olcescwi lc v ciui feet if icr and Illx x ut l ir U n fcct xf c uii~e ci nlie suitable fti cwxov . i, cirriwoo I heoin picicl fir to bi mi.t ranthx intops of thi trxc ict fir xawliic. I -e abivs cir-cribed land is ricky irt moonl tainxui and unit for ccOtivation and entbracccs an area of four u n .. H. m OVIC. A. t. JOlI sxON, hiltI polblication Nov E. 2lix:i2. IIEIIOFF'S SAIE-M. BOLLES & COM 43peny, plaintiffs, vs. Edgar C. Iliehards, Agnes V. Richards and Ellen McCann, nofend. ante. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and dlecrrec fforelsulretr and sale issued nout of the district court of the First judicial district of the stat, of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarks. on the 11th day of November, A. 1). 18142. in the above entitled action, wherein Mit helioe com mpany. the above nat el plaintiff. obtained a judgment and decrese of foreclesur and lsre against Edgar i. Richarde, Ognue V. Iiihords andl Ellen McCann, idefendasts, on the hrln day of November. A. D. 1a41e2. fer the porn of $5,475.77, -esidns intersot. csts and attorney fere, which said desree was on the loft day of ?osemter, A. Ii. 1ct42. recroded in jndg ment book No. "It" of said courto at page --.nc msi comnanled to sell oil theoe certain Lots, piece; or parcels of ladn situate lying and being in ths coasty of Lewis and Clarke, state of Mon. lana, and baunded and described as follows, to witit preginning at a paint on thae went ide of Meooter street forty 111 fest north of the seiity east curner of bleak three hiindred ad eighty two in she original townsito of tie city of Helena; resunin thesne along the sest eide of Meagher strict daixty (th feot to a point; thence vent so aline parallel tio thi costh . tre of law ra:ce satreet eighty-fans (v41 feet to a point in iii-- iue betwesn lots Olin; boress live i~- and six 4i is said block thre hiundreed end seiglty-tw i24.2e thence eouth along she line mhets-n said lats nsomberet lira '5) end tin 1ti siaty ofii fiet to a paint: thsce east a a, litE tprallel to the north sit-s of la.a nsi u stc-t eighty-four (til feet Is 1k.+ place of te-ginaisig: said lot, piece sic pacol ofe land ici a Isoefrontage on Meagher strast of sioty iFOi feet ead a depth; if eighty four SIj fret, and coiaisting of loccii neos Iiet aenittesi-il six (i end sens; (7) inaid bohck ninib red throe luareI and ighiy-two (i382) an the some is more tuartiunlarly describ hai oa the n~iiial tilot ci thde siid nameid townsite. which p-at is ow on tile in lie ofner provided by lawin i the i-Eo.- ot the ouity clerk sodrilc cordee of thi sei) onti of I n win and 4 larke. Together wt.i all en-I singular the teacreentho hsredita;;ints and - apl; clete-thee Iierecto be loi its-. tor in se; ; fii .tp rtoinaii t. labie istice is tiherby gisen that on Fanenday, the .1 aybe of fie--i-Asos. A. f). ins?. stll n'louk s of thnt lay, at the ftnas. doone of site .ourt ,'llie a llsci sogi loCke cotntyr Mon tantailliti slides..' ti said -eden-f sale end iote~ssof torelosureo and tsal tell lie al -oie de-cibed iioi-l.et, or 0o niint thereof alev b.:y e nines-cry toc satisfy esid jadg1-tent, wish ilereslt sani cnsts, th e highest fol dhe et ibles. fir ash elh i . lhcrlr Ii;o si e h- .r iy hnad this 12t1 day of N ,oem her. A. D. 10hz. ('1-ti. t .pih:FFEI II. hersit Bly IoAvi- Ut .ii.ceaen, rtepty bourinc. tand ( J r-I. 1uh ,i :,'l.0 it ef du} of t DL M1 o y taat lur I ord unos Ihuadet hundrf1 ,,, and ,lro te a i ii- t . n I tu e y oWe i 11i . v ii tic; c c. t i l . M1 glllt -iilin in, a liorrI oft set itod of Sloetana sendigre-tin-' to tI-a of i--t.,--i- - -I ? ,,::uitl1f-r-eli ciiiity icf \I-cc. 't ;;lak' cal cii 1.u;,-,eho iiii'inih-t hu~g oo, i ll ai.- tu- w il 0- sta ,u - :i:i :". ye ic, aeicsigt loiiii-.iereni,4sid "i.ua~ r"u-i-enl c--}eli (c- tsiedi--~-,'Ciii- t.-: owl '.i ," 11cc-i isis) o' výie k-tle --r' clt -h ,:,I o -Il fi r bi- t I - I " 1ris;-iia :ou .-;;;,l ,t ~1- , ot tclimilt i- sriui-toelii i:otshdl--. l:, onAm flr `. oisoorl-s-i i-eli;.a u~," --., lla,,,I.t,;i.-linoiI i-cusit.cuiiicr- t sot . i O~' r amiie e iiiii Isoici aunt, Iy-i dy~ ",-1n N- as, dl52. oc~lr wtee r--- . t- ," --I h cum lie -i -ci -c e~-I - I li-s. ---u~roI vi.1 y-iii rore I r n ie;io ~i inl , fli-t ifdlii -iltic f Nov -u-i;,, i-un-I i it mlil Io st f sun- uIt rc- oa tsl v or-,' u si, ,i".- ncl ie; si oni i i-i. lte- Alvi '-.f Mi.l l>t. stile1 ,nt ct tile u-ied--lith i 'e; sis" as- liet; -tn if ,".h ~I s1c.111'.-ricisies'nii atl ti--ato ti;ulo f,,t f~ael ..0 t":v- , li 1.cluu~ lint citti tatsd cfu orI sinsla.ii and u-c the-oat5i yl foi lat-d cii act;r in l rascatIh t r-.iatid so~'tigil acnir- i;;; leeoh-Iu tw tnr a~lnd tirItair, clerk lipt~o I.. It., lIcia-i.. . jiliioc Mi c-f 1 ous ~is ol, lat , ii 1 tr ~v i I ."i . atl'csi tthis efr pitcioftit. ,rr'the 1:cr l lI, ,,o Q JMMIONS.-IN THE DISTRIUC COURT OF the First udicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Sadie Margaret Baeder, plaintiff, vs. Jacob F. Eaodor, defendant. 'lhs atate of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: Yon are hereby required t~t appear in an action brought ausainat yet b':" the above named plaintiti in the0 district court of tfie Firot judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the Complaint tiled therein, witlpn ten days (excluslvs of the day of service) after the service on yon of this ummons, if serveti within this countyn or. if aerved out of lise county, bot within title district, within tiuty iets'w otherwise witiin forty days, orjudgment y deast wilt he taken arn e btyo acceujinog to the prayer of said complaint. 'I he caidi action in brought tsotttssn a de cree disitlving the honda of matrimony inow eustintg hetween vou and the p ltaintlif heroin. 'ils cotplaint ll'ges tile larriage he twlse yolbserf andi plaintiff at Ripley, Chatao e esa county, stats of Now hork. onhor about the I~toh toy ot Apilei. 1391). P laintiff alleges resi dence ins Montana fur the period of two years immediately pirtcsding the commiencement of this action. 'The gt outtdo for the divorce act al leged tot e tie wilftl snt without cause aberit trig yaurrtf frtm plaitntif and departure fron lits state without any intention of returning ever sito the 15th day of March., taut and that you still continue so to wilfully and weithout cause ahsent toneceif from plaiitiff, and to live separate and atart from ter, without any entri Sent cause or any redi aln and tgainet her will ant withont htr ontneuret. And you are hreeby not ifed that if you fail to appear and nlwer the said conpw aint, ac above reqaired, the said tplaintiff wili apply to abe court for the reliet tdemattild in caid cotnplaint. Sirven under ny fricn and the sea of this dis trict court of the tirae juticial district of the state of Montana. in and for the r--ýiy rtoutnty ot Lewis and Clarke. Seal First n thie 27th day of Ochtber, in tas tud. Dint., tyear of oar Lord one tinousantf Court. eight huitred and ninety-twih e w t titr N rmEAN ,Cleric. Byp C. W. Bft"Nr um, Inepoty Clerk.e - H. c . ftbner, Atlornrey for P elaintiff. SI UM :Oii--IN THlE litS't'flcT COURT 01F toti1 tireft judicialtdistrict fthenstat of Mon tanns ian itto t.e r ncouty of t ewis and Itarke. uttnicl tKugler. Itlaintijtf vs. Martha 'laylor 'ci--c '-t.wnlet-ttI I. A. Ot-huahir, dt-fendante. ITs ftate of Motttna sends greeting to the Yti eiare I-irety utntiired to appear itou actintn ttcttett iloct ytu by the above namictd plaintiff in le ditict crtt orf theFlirust jdtdcial diotrict tt thte cra1" of Moitant, in end for fits county tf Lewio anti Clarke anid to ansttetr the comolaint fit-ti Iterrin~witltin It-n datip (exclusiveo ti thu tlay of aurvicut afttr the thouict od tiou of Stile slr.n moue, if gtwrees within ItiJO vntty' tr.if seret ort otf fhit couttey, bitt witltin till- tdistrict, tlse'i within tS(eitty nchis. othtertilet within forty sitys. otr jltticl~tti tp ttt'attlt will b vtaken aesirato you accrdtisig Its tint prayer of said complaint. I W t ttttit ucitr , i toeftrtt tbiitain a ircrtee otf thiiot,ttrt I-c Slt'e forctlioturssf a certain mtr~naa..u "crited its thte citmplaint tnitl ccv otivi bty O'rtt'al ti tr Civhert anhwaheand F" A. -rcwlt.-i on I:the tlay rot March. Is1tet. ttt mm tit, he 'tts I aeti cetrtain ftrsrtsis-ry nots tttde py t't-te It, F-renert C. Alstesis ton te earne slop. ftor Clut, rst whitch was ott thets Dot lay of pruit. 1.191. oitly a--itrud to Annie C. Kttgler as esltvtritedtrint, ot-tvplainthiert-in. atttlew'ich itt (fils ttttrtctltt-rrtreis tcerontrm Juno I. oll, at tineto uoftt i I' 'crest Irmr airtnnsm auth intuerot bien.P;tr-ttt Pt'opt. it, forl, anit istttrest ,n 827 frtntri it'.. 1ýtl. atid intiriot an 3-27 from tart'th tl inter-t.mi n 27 from in.te ;,t 1t) a"r t-coot'' let' anutm, ari tthat lietnoise siitit'-I,tllssitimrstri-e"gr,tmy be soll atit thte preoetlo tstl-es-ltlu1-altlildto tttspaymuentitlf said situ"" rot tllote"r-t Itert-ttr onil cotttt'i Quit t. fotr ftrtlt'ur pt t'ttittdre rtf 'ternce to tiltt-corrt. At-f yont Prot tltr'hy ttifierltthat if yes fail tso appt-tse anti nus't-r Itt said cotptainittti, a's above r-'tttired. tu raitt ptinititif will Ovet tiel,,, st"ý,t : pi ti' t.ie, cotirt fttr Ithe relief tuvon neter'fr ot-; lttn' ant- the ceaf of the tie tnit-v rio cv .f thtt lFir't iti-licial 'Citrict. of the Plito -f Nttut:'ta,. Ii anti tr Itite rtunlty of fewls antd 4 tarnt-, ti~i so.d'utiof -Itt,-. to ithe yut.sr of ttct ol art's S'thouaiit eiettt hundtred iinj ninety-two. Iscen.1ff J N BEAN. Clerk lBy C. N. ihttt'.t ,'r eputiy Clerk. Ioltn N'. Firly, attoelney ttsr p~ssctstlt. HOVEY & BICKEL L. Civil and Mining ROOMS 24, 26, Merrch ant tationa Uaak bultrdsng, heisots. Usariansua. SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA . ... THE EA BEACH HOTEL IS THE NEWEST, LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE AND MOST DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL IN SANTA CRU Situated in the midst of commodious grounds, the house directly. overlooks the broad Ind curving heath aol the bay of M1 utercy, m here is found the linest winter nd~ slimmer surf bathing in the world. srorn the wide verandas the most mvegoificsut and varied msorioe and niountaio views in California are seen on all odso, Its many rooms are hansomnely turnised and sunor . while plenty of bath-rooms, lire-plares. steams heasters. electric lights and bells, gas, hot and cold water, are necessary- comforts whioh will bes appreciated hyall. A Large Dining-Room, Excellent Table and the Best Of Service Throughout the House Are Specialties. STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR. 'Thu Beach Station of the broad gauge road is just ts liw the house, and carriages await trains at all depots. A descriptive souvenir booklet of the hotel and surrounding country mailed free of charge on application. 5or full partisulari and terms apply to JOHN T. SIJLLIVAN. Proprietor. Helena L"umber Company AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GALT COAL e---ALSO DEALERS IN- Rough and Unishina Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Sash and Lunmer, telepheae 1& City Oftlees Room S. Thompson Bleek. Main Stree , Oppoelte Grand Central Motel. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL PAPER AND H015 FarlllislIlllg Good1s H0u. PEiaiaos, Orgazi-s, Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordionsu Iolse enlarged to four times former capacity. AND A FULl LINE OF Vise oimmense floors extending through t USICAL MERCHANDISE. Poors Islock.M SC LM R H N IE A stock greater than that of all other Hlosea Sole agents for Stoinway &d Sons Sshmer, ut-ýs cooIi'. taler Itros.. Neuman, hMsins hto.Hamlin, tiriggi co'i r prs hnaco and streigtt carload ship- an1 oiher first class tmiaino ".ItI, 001ly. ,sp'trderr will reoelve prompt attention. f Low prices and easy termes F1 iJLDT N A.. * '' TCY'T! AT'.A lorntan a Univlersity. `Oi c '10 C"ofiUf stjlofdisinTHiS o . rem cort if 11mm firrIt jaicml dimstrirct ot te utat of l oentus, a oi and fir the county Is ti.e ematrof lbs estate of John Walker. ofilce is I mmreby given liv lime iusersigned, at mistratmr of the estate of John Walkr, mlcmosed, i tmhe cremlitors oi, nod all persons hav in clams nagain-t the saidt deoa-msl, to exhibit - [~tlcmi witsd tiii, nsesc.ssary mmuchesm-a withsin foar mtutmmlhmo aft's thme first pbimmstmlsntlm of thub noliem. to, tlii raid asimmmsi~tra'or at the law ottice mit tila'u 'u I itlimird. reomi 8, isold tlmock, in time city of miuloar tnthliountyot Lewi:and larke, state of Montastms th.e snom being the plae for the tran-artion of the business of said metal-, in slil comitti of Lewis and (larks. 9-- j Y--, ,ý, neI Novrsuiter IN, mhZt, ,s~i ~ ~ ~ ttemJ(ItIN WA.II~tI, Admlmnistratomr of thu estate of John Walker. University Place, Near HelAna sstecased, C o lle g e P r e p a r a to r y . :1, isu-a n e sa 4 , N o r. thal. 5, Mnute. e, ArL 2, Slitary. Also Inatructlon In Common Branches. Able THEGENTLEMAN8FRIENc tastru rtlo n. elegant building. (Smr Perfectton iyytn s ýc efree with everryysmsýttle. s nd for tanalogue. redet, h o tin NTS RITRE. . fo to to t r .onorrhea and (Olct In 1 t d1 IF. P. TO WV]ZR. A. Mt.. D. D. t'MALYDOR MAUIPG 000. ýLANCAS rTE. Y..