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OF MONTANA. EHs-r HEaLu, Dee. 10.--[Bpeelal,-This l little village is very quiet t present, but re have the best prospeOte of a flourithing oiy in Montana. Our location is ver de sirable. The land lies very level and is t well watered with good pure water. We are just within one bout's drive from the present and future eapltal, and we hope it won't be long tilt we are connected in one clty. We have good aecommodations, but still there are several things needed in our village. The smelter at this place is doing a big business, and is at present working more men than they ever did tefore and are still buillding more additions to their works, for they are getting more ore than they can handle. We have a good school hero now-just had a large building built last summer, whlh is a great credit to our town, and we now have the third beet sohools in the coun ty, and if the people will send their chil dren more regularly we will soon have the beat eshool, outside of Helena, in this county. We have several lodges here, namely the I. . O. F., F. L. T., K. of P., I. O. G. T., and the degree of honor of the A. O. U. W. lodge. The A. O. U. W. is the largest, hay ing something over one hundred members. The 1. 0. G. T. has a very large ledge, and they are doino some good work here. They will give an open lodge next Tuesday even ing and everybody is invited to eome and partake of the feast. The programme will consist of recitations, dialogues, reading, etc. Then a basket supper, social games, etc., will end the programme. We have but one church in the village, but it is doing some good work. The mem bhers are now building a parsonage for their preacher, and the membership is building up all the time. Rev. Bramble is our min later, and he has now been with uo thruo years. Our business houses are not as numerous as they should be. J. D. Hlayes hre as tine a general store as one can find in Montana. Mr. Jacobs also has a fine general store. Dr. Bunter has a drug store that will com pare with any in Helena. The wants of our village are a jewelry store, a dry goods sto e, a restaurant and n foundry, and in fact about the only thing we do not want ase hotels and saloons, for we have several good hotels and enough saloons. But taking it all in all, East Hel ena Is about the most pleasant place for a person to live in Montana. GRtEAT FALLS. Central Avenue to lie Curbed With Gran ite-Amateur Theatricals. GREAT FALLS, Dec. 10.-[Special.l-At a recent meeting of the city council the con tract for curbing Central avenue with gran ite was awarded to Henry Vogel. lie agreed to furnish and set the same at $1.25 per lineal foot. He also has the contract for paving the avenue with vitrified brick from Park Drive to Sixth street, and will commence work on the same as early next spring as the weasher will permit. reveral business men have agreed to as sist Mr. Vogel in opening a granite quarry near Neihart, with the understanding that the stonebe brought here to be cut. if this plan falls through the material will rrobably be secured from the extensive gsuanite quarries near Helena. Some doubt Vogel's ability to furnish the ounbing at $1.25 per for t from a new quarry and pro phesy that he will have to place the order withthe Helena quarry to come out any where near even on his contract. Sheridan post No. 18, G. A. t., at a re cent meeting elected Frank Coombs com. mander for the ensuing year, to succeed F. G. Heldt. The other offioes of the post were also filled. The new commander give a banquet to the post, which was largely attended and was one of the most success Inl affairs of the kind here this winter. Mr. Coombe is an old time Montanian who has omade a moderate fortune contracing. The Calhoun Comic Opera company played "Fatinitza" Monday night and "Said Pasha" Tuesday to fair houses. Tuesday night one of the worst fogs ever seen in Montana settled down on the town and for several hours completely dis counted the famous fog of London. Old timers never saw its equal in Montana, and they say it means a hard winter. The Tribune has moved from its old quarters on First avenue north to the new Vaughn building on Central avenue. The change gives the paper a more central loca tion as it is now near the intersection of the two most populous thoroughfares. It is reported that Dr. Crutcher has pur chased a controlling interest in the Tribune and in another year will build it substan tial home for the journal near its present location. Several of the lenders of Great Falls society who have histronio aspirations are rehearsing a farce comedy entitled "Shake spearean Water Cure." which will be pre sented at the opera house Monday night. The p oceeds will be touned over to the Woman's World's Far' c!ub. The follow ing is the cast of characters: I ady Macbeth .. ........... ... Mr. Fanny (' tor (Iphiiaa ............ ......... Mrs. Mary Giibson Juliet .................... ..lre. if. . ('howen f'ortia . ................... .....Mrs. M. . I arker ihylock ..........................r.. l r k lcox Hamlet ........................... h .. (iibson 1 om i n............................. Julh Lavallo Othillo ............................ hiii ,jbson tlacbeth ...................... ...... lhernoo Kelly Tho entertninment i romises to be er tremely lanughable. G. H. Lambson, of the United ,tates fish commission, arrived here F. iday fiom tho trout hatchery at Leadville, bringing 10,000 of the speckled beauties in the specinl car belonging to the dopa tment. 'he young trout were placed in Sun rti r and in Belt creek. ('apt. J. I). Taylor, fish warden for the district, has been laboring with the fish commissioner for the past two yeare trying to sncure some young tront for those streams end feels very proud that his requests were grunted. The Ladies' society of the Catholic church have been very busy for severnl weeks -re ,aring for the fair to be held the coming week in the ]Barnes block. The I rocesd of the fair will be doneted to the Hasters' hospital. Last year the fair was a flatter ing success, and the enterprising ladies who manage it this year hope to do even better. ItOilSMAN. Several liuslness ('Changes Noted-Pleasant IEvents In Town. BIozIMAN, Dec. 10.--[Ipecia).]-R. B. 'Iurner brought in a twelve-pound brick of bullion, valued at $1,500, from the Revenue mine, last Sunday. Nelson Bros. have disposed of their feed and livery business in this city to ,lohn P'etere. The handsome new high school will be opened Monday, D)ec. 12. It is the finest equipped echool in the state oursido of Helena. It is said Attorneys Sutton, Thresher and Hlolloway will foam a partnership soon and opeD offices in the Nevitt block. C. L. Cargill caine over from Helena Sun day on a short business trip. T. M. Pierce. a Fort Benton lawyer, was in town this week looking for a permanent location. Judge W. II. Hunt. of Helenas, held corur in Bozeman this week, having exehanged seats with Judge Armstrong for a few days. Walter Edwards, W. A. Dalrymple and John McLeod, of Manhattan, spent a few days this week in Bozeman as witnssesses in land case. C. H. Wyman spent the week at his mine in Bear guc!h, bringinge back a fine speci men of rook with native gold running through it in strings. 1I. B. Turner was in Virginia City last week putting in a cyanide mill for a new company. Miss Belle Marshall gave a taff polling party Monday evening at her home on i and avenue. A number of her friends rathe ed and had a very enjoyable time. The clergymen of this city met Wednes day afternoon in confeienee in the Baptist church. 'I be ministers present were: Itevr. J. W. liennett. W. H. Brooks, George I). King and H. BI. Tabor. Rev. S. H. (itorin lsy, the new pastor of theChristianr bnuteh, as enrolled as an ative member of the op lation. LTo. Lyons, of New York, who taie :lvitingih b l uieer, WI Balinskl, left i easteorn'home Bata u . .. Laurenee Dobell has suesoeded J. D. Yhelpler u esty editor of the oseeman ally hObroalele. Mr. Whelply will give is attention to real state gad inearanoe eloseas. G. W. Honks and Phil Dodson have ortned a copartnerehip and will mannfao u.leo tgare. Their factory will be in the ear of Mr. Dodson's present loaation. Prof. W. W. Wylie has taken charge of he schools at Belgrade. Dr. Arnold, the dentiest has opened an Moe in the Basinski building. J. J. McCormick, of Caster, whohes been ere for a week or more purehasiag grain nd cattle for his government contract, re orned home 'Tuesday, having filled hie rders. Maesena Ballard, Walter N. Granger and Ilbert Kleinsehmldt oame over from Hel eas 'i uesday to look after their interest In he old West Gallatin COanal company. Mrs. J. A. Looe entertained a few young riends Tuesday evening with whist. Those esent were Misses Gertie Looe, Blanche lackenzie, Nettle and May Mazey, Messrs. I. J. Asbary, Porter, MeKenzie and Alex roder. George P. Dier left Tuesday evening for Sshabort visit to Minneapolis and Winnipeg. The following offoere were elected at the last meeting of the G. A. It., to take effect Jan. 1: J. H. Nixon, P. C.: Mcott Mathew, d. V. C.: C. Ii. Sp agg, J. V. C.: Elza Cop. pe, chaplain; R. M. Whitefoot, surgeon; V.. Smith, quartermaster; S. A. Harper, ). D.; J. C. Lamb, O. G. ".cott Matherw, H. Setoenbergvr and John T. Carlin were leoted as delegates to the Great Falls state nosempment, . Hon. C. S. Hartman expects to be joined bholtly by his"brother, a prominent lidWor of Monticello, Ind., who will look aflte his buasiness whill he is in Washington. ` his Tesesit perling gave a palette party Tuesday. evening , to a .anrg number of friends at her home on Central avenue. T. ose present were given a chance to show their drawing abilities and their efforts created a great deal of enjoyment. Miss Rena Frazier carried off the prize in guessing the largest number right. An elegant lunch wasserved later in the evening. Those present were: Misses Maxey. Luoe, Gardner, Patterson, Noble, Gage. Welch, FPow-re, Frazier, Mc Leod, Stanchflld, Amick, Waterman, Pond; Measrs. tay, Kvleo, McCoy, Braten, Lewis, Chisholm, Davidson. Jackson. Maxey, Dil worth, Morrow, Maiden. Waterman, Kirk, Steele and bhubmacher. The ladies of the Episoopal church held a fair in the 13ozeman block Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. It was a g:and suo cess in every detail. Some very elegant things wee exhibited and disposed of at good figures. J. E. Martin has moved into his elegant new house in the western part of the city. Davilt & Vreeland went to Hed Lodge Wednesday evening to look after the large hotel they are erecting there for the Rooky Fork Townsite company. At a meeting of the file department last Wednesday night, the following members were nominated fqr officers for the ensuing year, subject to el ction at the next meet ing, to be held ths'Yrst Wednesday in Jan uary: W. G. Aitander, ohief; Charles Pl·anham, assistant chief; F. Buehler, president; William_ Boyle, vice-president; Horace Clevoeland, ee story; John Dabling, assistant secretary: John Dahling, treass uner; W. G. Alexander, E. Ketterer and 4. SchumAeber, trustees. William A. Alward has aespted a posi tion in Osborne Bros.' drug store. Miss etella Flowers attended a party ai Manhattan Thursday nighi, given by Mr.. Dalrymple. GOr. H. Coryell, civil engineer of the tish commission, arrived in the crty fron Washington, 'ITresday. He is here looking up a location for a fish hatchery. It is un derstood he has found the right spot and will locate ore near Bozeman. Work on the telephone line is being rap idly pushed forward and Bozeman will hay, a large exchange in a mouth or so. " Mrs. C. \V. Logan, who has been visitinr friends in Kansas for some time, returnes home this week. The Columbian club held their dance Thursday eyening. A large number wrrr present and all report a good time. George Leach and mother left Thursda' evening for Chatham, Ontario, to epent the winter. NILLI NGS. Wolves Numerous so the Ranges-Other wlse stockmen Are Happy. BILLINas, Dec. 10.-[Special.]-Miss Lore Miller gave an afternoon patty last Satur day, it being her twelfth birthday. The young lady ieceived a number of very Iresente. The time passed quickly Ilaying games, etc. At five o'clock an abundant uand delicious repast was served, after which the party broke up. The young pet pIe report a perfectly delightful time. ! Moonlight skatipg parties a e all the raie at present. Clenton's lake is a popular rer sort. News has been received by Mr. Sherd Poule'a friends that he is improvng rap idly at the B ainard hospital. Rev. Mr. Cook has returned from Denver, very much improved in health. Mrs. A. M. Swift, who went to New York soveral months ago, has returned. H. W. McIntire returned from Miles City this week. His wife and soon will remain the'e for a fiw weeks. On Wednesday evening at the residence of the brIle'e mother, L. E. Schad and Miss Susie Wilkinson were united in matri mony. Rev. Mr. Stohl officiating. Mr. Schad and Miss Wilkinson are two ver, po:ular young people and their friends unite in wishing them much happiness. Miss Wilkinnon has recently 'etu nr.d from a visit of several months to California and Color ado. Ed. Giattside, of Huntley, has resmoved his sheep to North DI)kotn. Rufus 'l'homr son and wife -eturned from their wedding trip to Vermont last week and remained in town to a few day.. On Wednesday evening as hr. Chapp(errF was riding iii the neighborhnud of t li poorhouse, his horse slipped on sorue ice and theow him, afterwards stepping on his foot and breaking one of the bones in lhin ankle. Though the doctor hoaes very soon to be about again, it is to be feared that it will be several moptlhs before his ankle re-, pairs its ordinary atrength. Austin North returned last week from a short risit to his cld home in Iowa. Mrs. C. Barney. with her child, set out for Denrver 1undav night, after spending several moonths is town. J he sheep men of Like Basin are rejoic iug in the amount of snow that has fallen in that region dioinR the last few weeks, water bteng scarce. J. J. IDavis, a freighter living in Blillings, had his leg broken near Rounduplast week. lie was sent home to his family Sunday. The oflicers of the building society elect ed for the comina year are Chas. M. 'pear president, S. B. Sawyer vice president, ('. F. Barton secretary, and Ii. Whitney, trea sure II. Ostrander came in from the Mussel shell -sturday for medical attendance, Mr. Ostrander had been thrown from a cart and had injured his leg, which was broken last summer, Cromplaints come from stockmen that, although the ranges are in excellent condi tion and everythinrg promises well for the coming year, the bounty on wolf skmins is so small as not to be sufficilent inducement for their extermination. At present they are the greatest drawback to the interests of the stookmen. A. C. McMasters. treasurer of the lRooky Fork company at Red Lodge, was in town last week. Miss Ella Mills gave a delightf.l party Wednesday evening. 1PILILIU ItRO. A Bank to Lteergsanl s-ColuutestLn Enter talnment at Granite. Psiti.isrearla. Dee. 9,.-1 Special. -Oeo. I. DMsnaam, president of the 'hilli.sburg and ite Electric Light` cogppany, il here ...isit from !hi home lt.Malssaohui Arobie W. Mlentyre, formerly proprietor oa the McIntyre livery stables, and M. E. Edwards, a prominent moerhant of Gran ite, will shortly open a general grocery ndat fruit store in the Masonic bullding on Main street. County Auditor Eleso Nat Y. Hoss, of Deer Lodge, spent part of the wee horae on T lea a ears 1g Me·gbOblss bank is .eor aaing for the purpose o forming a ns lionil bank and will be ready io eonlinnesu asieoe uoder thie new organisation with he advent of the new year. 'The new in titation will be knows as the Minors and eorohants National bank and will have a .apital stock of $60,000. The Methodist Iplaoopal and Presbyter lan churches are making extensive prepara' tions for Christmas entortsainmosa and np doubt both will give nteresting and enter aining progreames. J. W. Opp, a rustling miniag man, spent a few days In Butte on business. Dr. Erich Mussigbrod, of Warm Springs. spent several days in town visiting old*time friends. Quite a number of the friends of Mr, and Mrs. F. J. Wilson called upon them at their pleasant home Wednesdar eveoing, to re mind them that it was the fifth anniversary of their wedding. An exceedingly pleasant time was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carpp have started for the old home in Law.eaoce, Mich., and expect to visit until after the holidays. Quite a company of the society and church people of (ranite gave a most inter esting entertainment in the nature of a Columbian oxhibition, at McDonald's opera house, on the evening of the 2d inst. It consisted principally of scones and tab leaux and the parts and representations were all well performed. Fred Bartlett, as Uncle Sam, and Miss Katherine li1gh, as Columbia, are deserving of groat credit for the manner in which they performed their parts. The success of the entertain mrent was largely due to the efforts of Rev. A. C. Molillan, of G.anite. DILI.LON. Presbyterlan Chiroc Dedlicated - Ex pensesof Electiorn. I)ruAc, I)oc. 10:.-[Specicl.J-Tho First Presabytorian chnrch building of this city, which was compigted this fail, will be ded icated next week; Rev. J. W. Tait will preach Wednesday evening. ltey. J. H. Spencer Thursday evening, and Rev. Gro enweld, of latte, Friday evening. Dadi catory exeroises will take place Friday evening. The board of direotors of the Dillon Fair and Rlacing association held a regular mlbtinu last night. The stables at the track are being greatly improved. The board of county commissioners has been in session all the week until to-night. Wason M. Oliver was elected chairman. The settlement of election bills formed a large part of the work before the board. The expenses of the election in this county aggregated over $2,000. The board meets again Monday to settle with the treasurer. The affairs of the county are in splendid condition. All outstanding warrants are called in and are worth 100 oents on the dollar. The whist club met Wednesday night with Mrs. J. E. Morse, and organized for the winter. The Ladies' Shakespeare club now com prises twenty members. The meetings are hreld every other Saturday afternoon. 'The present topic of study is '"Cymbeline" and the ladies are doing good work in the study and analysis of the play. The resignation of Sheriff Rose has been accepted. Thonma F. Hamilton, sheriff elect, was appointed to fill the resulting vacancy. He immediately filed an ap pointment of L. J. Price as undersheriff. The provisions made meet with general ap proval. Capt. W. J. Crowell, First Lieut. Caleb F. Davis and Second Lient. H. J. Thomp son have received their commissions as officers of Company E, M. N. G. Hon. J. E. Fleming is east on business. but will return in time for the opening cl the legislature. Col. Emmett'Cllaban and wife contem plate a trip east in the near future. Assessor-Elect A. J. Noyes has taken ul his residence on south Washington street. Railway Connadrums. What is the railway mileage of the United itates? 170.601 miles. What has been the cost? Over ten billioi dollars. What state heads the list in point of milenae? Illinois-10,079 miles. What is avera:ge cost of construccing L mile of rail oad? About $30,000. Who built the frust locomotive in the United States? Peter Cooper. What is the cost of a palace sleeping car? About $15.000. or $17,000 if vestibuled. What. ond car. ies the largest number ol pasenge ae? T''le Manhattan Elevated rail roed, New Yolk--525,UU0 a day or 191,625, 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 veetibuled, electric lighted and sieam heated train be tween St. Paul, Minneapolie and Chicago? The Chicauo, Milwaukee t& at. Paul rail way. It leaves -t. laul at 8:10 o'clock every evening. Considered one of the most com plete and handsomeat trains in this coun. t:y. How many trains etr day via this road from the "twin cities" to Chicago? Four f:om St. Paul Union de. ot at 7:50 a. m., 2:55 I . m., 6:55 I m. and 8:10 p. m. Ale they all heated by steam? Yes. Is there any road, except "The Mil waukee," which fu nishes electric berth lamps to real by? No. Who should a passenger apply to for in formation as to lowest rates to all t oints in United States and Canadda via "The Mil waukee?" To any counvon ticket agent in the northwest or address J. T. CONLEY. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. St. Paul, Minn. Nervous Prostration, Sleeplesunese, Sick and Nervous Iead. ache, ltBckache, Dizzines, MRorbid Fe-ra, lHot Flashles. Nervous D)yspepsi., lDullness, ('onltfion, Ilyale-rin, Firs, St. Vitus' IDunep, Opiumtl lnabit, iDrunkenness, etc., are ceresd by IDr. Miles' testormlive Nervine. Itdoes not contailn oplatrs. Mrs. Hophit C. Brownlee, Delanrd, Flu., arlltrred with Epilepsy for Ol years and tlsotilies to Ia complele l rle. Jacob 'et re Ella. Oregon, had been sulni riln4 with Norvouls Pro'ra tion for four year:., ecolld not stlop, nothiKng hll ed him until he l.sed Dr. Miles' Restorative Ner vine; he is now well. I wish to bear teslimony to t he value of Dr. tliers' WeWtoreafve VAerlr:. Fore'illy 20 years I suffmrer tlce..lltly f nolll Ia stlit-n.llg nervous Ilntllelrch. , from which I rootul got no relief. Lost year I was1 compellhd to qult worlt u'aeluse of tlls severlty. I procureds a ,otllo ofr Dr. MItes' Nervlle, llel after ttlklllt alutit oltlhaif of It the heaeldache dl lnrl to lhrve I hIlve BIl Ill'rllrnilravftly c'ureld. and Or. Afirle.' li'errilrur iilrl't havi1eilrteiir-ll. W. W. EVANS, 101. Irlrlleprdelt,,aytlleaburg, Pa. .old otn a poillvo altaraltec. PIn1 books ,Free, nt Iliragglsls. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pllls. 60 der's 2.5 .e.elo atre lie best rliletlly for [lllio::rlleos, Tol'rildl Li\ ler, etc., e., DR. MILES' MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. oEld by all druggists. The Celebrated Fronch Cure. Warranted It A....D.ITI. i refunde oe ":'di"' " "APHRODITINE" ....U... Il foto ONar /' POSITIVE GUARANTPE to cure any form S of nervosaI dis 4 acs orrerof tlnog eii eratlvo organs of -ellher sex, whetlher arising BEFORE frllm tshe xLccc- A TiR Slivo te is of ttuituluIt 1, Tobacco or OlCin, or throullgh youthful lndi'retilon over tuduiil Ince, &fir., such as Loss of brain Power, Wakoefulne.se, Bearing doin\u Ptains In the back, Bemlual Weakues., HysterIa. Nervous Pros traltion, Nootunllal Emlsatioun, Leoulorrhoera I)lziuaees, Weak ltMetorl Los* ofr oPower ant Imliotency, wvhich if neglected often lead :o preluatur ohlt age n1 11 Incanlit ' irletr $1,r10 a box., 0 boxus for $.00. Seat by mtall on reclipt of price, oA WILtI' hN (iUARANTEIl sogiven for every $.00 order rrOi' lad, to refudll the lUioney if a t'erumanltit onrelt nt elfocted WYe have thousauds of teattisloala from oldand young of both aer5te who lave beet permantently culred Iby the use of Aphrootllien. Olrcalars free. ]Mt!rntlOn paper.l' Adi'iries Wesstern ranch. P.O. BoX 2. plrl TIstI OREGlON. Sold by R. L. PTrohen C o., druggilts 's.ta, Mont. . ... NCIORM.ov..S~.....-i .. SLAUGHTER SALE - A-CL~~T: --- -·-=----..-. Ply mouth Clothing r House. . . . . CONSISTING OF..... OV B RCO TT S, Suits and Underwear. RPRICES .AS FOLLO WS: All Woolen Suits ............ From $9.00 Up All Woolen Overcoats.... . From $7.00 Up All Woolen Underwear ..... From .75 Up Boys' Suits....................... From. 1.75 Up Shoes .............................. From 1.25 Up Fancy Night Shirts ....... - . From .75 Up Pur Overcoats at Eastern Gost. PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE, Opposite Grand Central Hotel ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION OF POWER FROM 1 TO 30 MILES. EDISON AND THOMSON-HOUSTON . . SYSTEMS OF . . . . The Electric Lights. Employing STATIONARY MOTORS- e Ss Triphase For all kinds of work from one-tenth to se 1,000 horse power. System of ELECTRICAL MINING PLANTS - of D namos Locomotives, Hoists, Diamond Core Drills, Electrical Pumps, Coal Cutters and Ventilators. Elecrical ~ Lightning arresters that will protect our apparatus. Trarlsmission,. STREET RAILWAYS- MotO rs We have the only perfect system. and REPAIR DEPARTMENT - Without Every facility for all kinds of repair work Distributio.n on Motors. Dynamos, Transformers and G(ommrutators. other electrical apparatus. bave freight by sending all repairs to us, and remem ber the prices we charge are reasonable. Northwest General Electric Company, E. P. WETMORE, MANAGER HELENA BRANCH. SRE1IFF'S ALE-BY VIRTUE OF AN E1XI a Ftion in my hands.iasned out of the dis trictcourt of thie first Judicial distriet of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewls and Clarke. in thesuitof L.ouis etador phhintitt, agsinst teiilloo Krauirh. defendant, duly at te.ted the d dav of ttjetmler. A. D . 1892. 1 ,.ave levied upon all the right. title and interest of I ho eaid Witlunm nranich in and to the followity do asribod ppnrprty, situated in Lewis and Clarke conuty. liotana. ia.: ote numtber i.x It) and sevln (t). in block number twent-one (i); and l ota s.an 17) and nioht (8, in blocs numlbr -tenty-two (t1. of Itk Nortlwrn taiob' additiun to the city of liHelena. Alto lets thiatl-nine (19) and forty-five (i5) in townshio ten (19) north of ran.es three aln four west. and lot seventy (7J), town.hip nine north of range four west; also any water right thoruto belontn . 'ltoether wth all and singular the tenamronts, herodttamens a nd appurtensuces thereunto be lotiitni or in anvwlri appertalinng Notice is hereby glnen that on Saturday. the t40t day of n'.emhepr A. 1). e92. at the hour of 12 o'clock noon of said day, at the tront door of the court borse, in the o.y of IHelena. ontnae. will lU all the right. title sad interest of the raid 'rhilatnt KrMaach i and to t. eraid abover described property, to the highest bidder for oath in hand. Given tinder my hand this. the id day ef December A. D. 18t I. CHARtLES M. JFFFI(Itt$. Sherifl By MALPi Q. Joanren. Depat iherift JOHN A. SCHNEIDER, SRESGO SPAINTER. Public Buildings, Churches end Dwellings decorated in the Latest Style. Tinting, Kalsomining, etc. 1'. Q. Aiwa 763 U IILE A. SWEND CAIRLSON FOR Nloervo Seeds," fi !HOOY!!RESToRED"N ervosIr Low. of · st'Illnrll owe~r. Itrtltanchh. 'tIkn illuo··r Loaf uu olod. yllhll) :nll··luar. tUlllrnerr, Er. L Urculll. Luck of l lý l'etiarucr. anrvolrrurrr. Lurrltuder, ul drums slid 1.-a ~rI ,mvcro r 0-llaelictut v l Ollall n rllbr rrx rnuM'd by ovewexerF ý·1III,,n Y'. it til\ ern ,ra , or rec, es NI .i*, nne ,if tolor ca', o l llm or atlnill ."ý (·"."on ·In(ent tol r rrrrF In r,"nt 1,,.'"L( zNent bF mull In1 1Intn 1 Illl(Ldi:( ";ll, 0lly tonnvur* rr ·I";l rs* (With ervry liG order vi Iva t\ uu.I(LCtt (IU qu a 1Ou ee to cure or refund the Illnlue ) BTORE AND AFTER USINGI . tRECUI A~ F RE. kBIG rIw NkR1VE SEED OU.. Chkagtt. 91. For sale n Uaelsnr, Moutsuan by IPpe pa O'Connior, Druggists, Ilailey 1luok. C. B. LEBKICHER, Blank Books And General Bookbinding. MfaauieVLare of the t.ntdstruetlble liatOpoelUg B"latk BSao. No Extra Cost. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building. NOTlIC. OF AP'PLI('A'TION -FOR PEIiM1 sionto ut and reolove timber from the oublio landa.--Notico is hereby given that at the etilratlon of twenty -one dae ftrin thIe Ir.t Jtillctatiun of this noltie., we. the Undotiinsld. John t. I ewis. Jeremiah Let is and '.ugewno I: l owis. all of IFergue Couunty. Montalna. will make wrirtton aplitontlou to the lionoralbi. the seretary of the interior. for permslaiou to cut cod reimove 5mttOit feot of pine anld ".'5,0 feet of fir tilber iuitable for saw-los, to be nit lom than nir iiohen at tlhe top end, from the follow ing dou-ociiud uiveyoud land iplots not yet on filet lying and being in tihe LotwlotowO laud dim ttotl I orgue coutlty. Montana. vit.: lie-n the sooth halt of I.e aioue nImlar eat and ItI. alid aIll of aenlilna I1 and , townlship 1:1 north, range li eot of Montana princilial itierldiai, snidl 0o00 toining thereon about 1(itIi)Oi feet of pine and O.mi:) feet of fir tilmber suitable for maw-logs. The abtiviu deer-rilod land I. rooky and tioua thiuusl anet untit f,,r tiltivatlion and rlaubree an area of three eijoart Iii liNe. J)OIN O. IEWWI$ JEIOIMIAH LIEWIt .UtiENi. E. LgWld First pbllcatilon Dee. 2, 169Y.