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a rth e of l:April io s" dwits are the prOewoo,1in . Davis will teach the no or n mb pnkman r week. A ldtved bad accident occurred ,. r. e. ibre. Job Waltin had her ig la h.w. ikneeo, ndoanklo. , ,b W.eate fraction, a tnd i.p hIe bou ,ovt an embankmat. Masr. nl dan and th ivd h oldf. Tbl lent l thea braisrd and theo haros ing tokn Atm lbe of placos. I- o0. W. Meado w Ur itn B Virgina ity W,. L. of aummit valley bas been aponllmL ho di a of his rol te poeato th t o o o one 0t oaas. h itVtl a hleld iten of P oary soid on vlnin r Jan. Fry eh ninoroughly enjoyed hmelv none, n fo d t oldr onee frehmnth wb sold hir in thr llt in the ow kn own th Dhrgin H B Te. . 1;MA.Spgllman. of Summit valloy came ovTher on riday to attend thr band ball. onr Spell anhasr iopod or hdomio entir potato crop with the eoxoption of one oar load. The riose ronolved. was 90 nt and $1 .r Sohundred pounds. v a s deanse at . enepo hal one Tusday evening. an & The thoroughly enjoyed themelveI and afforded the older onoe who attended conmiderable amsremInt. efrement were erved in the haoril ate the ioof the dorthe. or noond The Pony and ave their fife nd ball on Friday evening before Ner. n A an larly hour the merrymaker began thio r rive, and b nine o'clok tinher mih hll watil rode to lie utmot capacity b young and old from Willow rk mit valley, Meadow creek, Sterlin,. oiweulan and Pony. To ,aytFat everyone enjoya themselve does not half oxpress it. The ladles of Pony, who friisbhd the supper. did themselves proud, and prepared a to peet'fit for the gods. Williim Black was buried from his late residence on the Madison on Friday. Mr. Black wan particularly well known by all old-timerm of the freighting day., for Black's ranch was always a favorite halt ing place for the night or noonday meal. The deeasaed leaves a wife and six ehil drn, the oldest of which a daughter, im marrie4 to Eugene Tindor. In 1869 he cami 10 Montana, having in charge L. M. BlaekY etock and other business in thi region. In 1871 he took up a homestead on the bank. of the Madison. where he reeided until hia death. Virginia ltyr. Miss Jaunette Davis has been engaged to teach the upper Ruby schooL Virginia City No. 7,. . 0. F., Installed their newly elected ofeers on the 7th. Ed Caeton, of Laurlin, has eccepted the position of under sheriff, and J. B. Car rushers the plaoe of deputy under Sheriff Haines. The ananal St. John's festival given by the Masonio brethren of this city on Tues day night, Dec. 27, was a sueess in every particular. J. . Kohls of this city, left for Butte last Friday In response to a telegram that his sister. Mrq. Rudolph Bertseh, uas vets sick and not expected to live. A. W. MoKey has resigned his position with Elling, Knight & tuford, where he has been employed for two years. He has left with his family for St. Louis. The eighth annual New Year's ball given by Alder No. 80, A. O. U. W., was, as pre dicted, the event of the season. Upwards of ninety tickets were sold. The yoang fellows and their best tirls were present from nearly all points of the oounty. The dance was held in Armory hall, which was crowded to its utmost easpalty. Everr body was well pleased with the dance and alsq with the supper whieh was pronounsee firt-alea in every respect. Prof. Searles' orchestra furnished the musie. Butte. Miss Cora Page, a native of sandsa, has been admitted to citizenship. Cardsannouneiug the marriage of Jacob H. Jakeson and Miss Julia M. Darrow have been issued to friends. The entertainment by home talent for the benefit of the firedepartiment Monday night was on immens sueooos. The fourth annual ball of Montana Division No. 119. Order of Railway Tele graphers, will be given at Curtis music hall Thursday evening, Jan. 12. Marriage licoaes were issued Monday to Patrick O. Hastings and Sarah Geoughan, James McGovern and Eugenia DuLong,; and John Moore and Bridget Gerritr. Bridget Sulliven was divorced from her husband, Patrick, who threw a oup of tea and two saucers at her and is an habitual drunkard. They were married at Jackson, Mieb., in 1887. J. S. Wathey has been promoted to the position of superintendent of the consoli dated street railways of this city. Mr. Wathey was for many yrsre engineer at the pumping station in this city. John Griffln Courtney died Monday after a lingering illness due to injuries received while working in a mine, in Pennsylvania years ago. He was a brother of Thomas F. Courtnay, a member of the lait legislature. Bozeman. Great interest is being manifested in the revival meetings of the Christian ohurch, Phil Dodson, who went to California to join his wife who is visitin there, arrived safely on Friday night having left on Wednesday, The clerk of court issued a marriage license Monday to Absalom Heist and Mary Ellen Beever, both parties being of Timberline. Mrs. 0. F. Ghormley and children ar rived from California Monday evening. They join the Rev. Ghormley, who is now pastor of the Chbristian church, Judge Armstrong held a short session of the distrit eourt Monday and gave udge ment in the eases of E. M. Ray vs. J. H. Taylor and William Lamkin vs. Church & Co., both oases being judgments by default. E. Brooz Martin received the sad tidings, from Lansing, MUch., of the death of his father eccurring at that place on the fourth inst. If the old gentlemen had lived until the 20th of the present month he would have been 89 years old. F. J. Davies, timber inspector for the Northern Paclilo railroad, has been looking after the company's interest. during the last few days in the vicinity of Boasmen eanyon. He found a few people that were trespassing on railroad lands. Daniel Brophy, brother of James Fores. tells, died at Boseman Sunday and was buried from the Catholio church Tuesday morlnn at 10 o'clock. Mr. Brophy aome from Chicago four months ago in the last stages of sonsumption and eould not re ouperte. H was 8 years of age and un married. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If **Is grippe" has left you weak and weary, use Uleetrio Bit. tors. This remedy asot direotl on liver, stomach and kidneys, gently aiding these orgsns to perform their funetions. II you are afflicted with sick beadsobe you will And speedy and permanent relief by takina Electrio Bitters. One trial will convince yon that this is the remed yon aneed. Large bottles only 80 cents at H. M. Pa. i chen & Co.'s drug store. weeping reductions on ladlies', men's end 'I aslnnderwse at The as ive this waesh SvrWnrk et., et_..eto. old by nll druggi lle, ýr A t l i . 'o n the S $oi eah, J w eor nd a lBo . dir; I .t* IlO7g . p O I L i ooneu, 0 ' eveu , .od , re _Lnb a oAI l .d ount.oldI, l. . West ve an B i lioo ihyterla dmri unee Bite , ulPa. , oeor moI or tooi - ol o .riuns 4ra nte O. i 1m M I O L. .li o' . rfnd anooth mleu eeaen oelraor Mot 6 anoz nee whe Inderiwear Manllfaetr. Sull Ld i e of "Ladies' Wool Underwear CHEAP ROR ONE WEBK. Chioe.. and Japanese Pemer Geedd. YEE OHONG roade ,. Nxt tev o Werellti Hotel. Undretakers, 201-203 BROADWAY, '.. trDIP oNs 349ee p . an. ioe Manhood Restored.Yoif rtrrc d'ý'rr,, elul Dr .0 atsNreadBa Tet o wil d riten anee o rfun ifno Quaanea rad nl byH.IL arhs I MMON--IN TIE DITIBICT COURT O the rnb t in clib district of the state of Yon. tanainand forst/accounty of Lewis and Culrk. Loui. Gna, en,, Xlea n and Herman Gems, co-.artner as ane & Kin l, plaintiff T. Jooh. t Attohtsn, defendant. .The state of Montuana sende retin to the above named defendant: You . hereby requaired to appear hi an action brought aganst you b the above name plaintifs in the dietriot court of the First judicial dltrioth of the state of Montana, in and for the ooMunty of Le is nd Clarke. and to answer the complaint fied therein.withnin ten days (excluasve of the day of service) after the servio oa you of thir sum-L mone, if served within this county: or.if served out of this county, but within this diltriet, within twenty dazer, otherwise within forty days, or judgent y defeaut will be taken a.sinat you according to the prayer of eald omoplaint, The said action is brought to obtain a Judg ment of said court against you for the sam of Sl04.01, for the balance of an account for lgoods, ware sad merohau.ds sold andt delivered to you at.o..r speea instance and request by the plamntm a durig the years of 1882 end 1884, to gether with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from April 19. 1884; also for the furthe esrm of 119.92, with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per sent per annum from April 19, 1884, upon your two (2) certain p omluasory notes of that date, one for $100.00 due January lst. 1885, and one for $292.92. due June 1, 1885. which said notes you made, exenuted and delivered to these planltiff for value on April 19, 1884. and for the costa of this action. All se more fully appeacr flnm the complaint on file hearein, to whioh reference is heresh rede. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to ajtumr and answer the said complaint, as above required. the said plaintiffs-will tke judg ment against you default for said sunmes of $16001.0 and $692.2, together with interest there on at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from April 1. 1884. and for the oosta of this action. Given under my hand end the mil of the dls trit court of the Firsc judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the scounty of Lewis and Clarke. this 4th day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eilht hundred and ninsty-tlhree. [e(nr l JOHN BEAN. Clerk 11. A. i IL. H. MoIntire, Yiaintiffs' Attorneys. tJ BItIFF'U BALE-ALOnZO K. PIlb; unott, plaintiff. vs. ilo Bummer," Margaret ummers, Francis Adkinson and cranee tL. Adklinson, defendants. Under and by virtue of en order of sale and decree of forelosoure and s.ale sued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the tate of Montana. in end for the county of Lewis and Clerke, on the 1lth day of December. A. D. 18, min the above entitled aoteion, wherein .]onzo K. P e.cott. the above namedi plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of forecloe. nr amnd sale against d o . u.mers. Margaret bummera, kranems Adkinson and Frances i H. Adhdusou, defendants, on the 19th day of Doeember. A. D. 1892. for the sum of I.ior4.ii beeldse interest, costs and attorney e fees, which said decree was on the h1th tayr DiDecember. A. D. 188. recordedl In judgment book No. "H" of said court at page -, I am commanded to sell all those osrtao. lot. pieces or parcels of land, situate. lying and being in the county of Lewis d Clarke. state of M ana, and bounded and described as follows. to-wit: Lot nnmber seeenty-tive (75) and a psrcel of land Ave (0) feet wide off the entire south side of lot number eentyfour 174) in block num ber two (2) in the original towosite of the said oity of elena; being a parscel of land bounded as follows: leginning at a post on the west line of Water street in the said clt of Helena at the northeast oorner of a lot owned by I'enjamln I. Tatem and Irunnlng thence northerly on the west side of Water street forty-ftve (41) feet to a point Ave (5) feet northerly from ths northeast corner of said lot number tevesnty-tuve (75)'I thence westerly paraliel with the north line o said lot sixty-ive (15) feet more or lees, to the fence standing between pnroperty owned by caid Tatem and a lot owned by Marcus Lisene. thense south slong said fence forty-ole (451 feet to a poset on the corner of said fencer thence easterly along fence between lota owned by said Totem and said euoner fIfty-five (5I) feet more er ie- to the plaee otf beginning. Togetnor with all and singular the tenements, Imeettltasnepts and aapprtenahcee thereunto be Tiin t nyw apertainlug. tble .notioi s hereby given that on Thursday, the lth day of .anuary, A. I). 189,,. ati o'olock m. of thbat dayt the front door of the courtouse. Helen LsLewis and Clark coournt. Montana, I will..in obedience to said order of ale f! f _.ee of foreelonsuead sale, selil the above uosonms propst , or so muloh thereof . smay be 9qeeusr toeth s at.is, with tirest vep. un.thr in head this mist day of 1 ir IDJmure B, Is Bazws Q. Jauoxso. Pnut tiheris Dirteorge thýwm.tna an *g, Ti O el an. e . . ....... Alm BANK, OF NELUNA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Paid in Capital, *350,000. Burpluu and Profits, $90,000. Board of Direetorse hemae n K. Snd. ltee tCty, Co.nnt asd State SeGllutlo s .. f r at reonbloe price n one of hebeet ontred fire and burr prof e ljapoai .anltm an theory. Ieelenra National DBANK OF HELRA OT CAPITAL, $500,000. Tranluts a General Banking B000 ness. Interet allowed on time depolte. Exchange Boeard of Direetorse Jtl ohn!. h Shirley O ny. h anshby. entg tle borauk B.ird, Ced . .ell A.gJ. temed on the oindiaitrsot W. Cen, no. endhall. Abner B. olemente, . ep. orer. t e L. Ty. 44 Porter. Gem. L. Tracy. : P. Porter. vorntana Natiornal BANK, Of HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Dirooeeterss L a. PHELPS.... Rrddm L ]<u...oS ................ .,-·.Cuhi LA. . Clarks, Homes Gent H. . Galen, Peter kies, D. A. Cory. Second' National BANK. OF HEL.NIA, ONM' PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Busineaa Transacted. D. Ja o. Adrs ....... I. c '....... .i-President OBPEH N. KEO .......A~.Lt Cashise RBeard of Direetorse LUt !r~I 0ýn C. 11. :. brat Ch. Kennon,. S, Bderton, C. . Cole GQene. B. Chid. --THE-- rmerican National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. . 0. POWER...... ................President A.J, BELIGMAN...............Vice-President &.C. JOHNSON ...................... Cashier .EO, F. COPE ................Assistant Cashier Directers TC. C Power, A. 3. Sellgman, A. C. Johnson, Richard Locker. James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Fxohangs iasued on principal cities of the United tlatse, aneda anad Europe. Transfers of mosey mads Stelegraplh. Collectioce promptly attended to Lety. county and estasecuritie b oughtande old. The Thomas Gruse SAVINGS BANK. OF HELENA. rnoorporated Under the Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. HOMAS CRUS.....................Presi3ca l FSANK i. CRUSHB ......... ...Vice-Pl'reidenI WM. J. COOKE....... Ast Treas. and Serrotari WM. J. SWENY...................... resuros Trusteess Thomans Crne, Frank H. Ornue, Wm. J. Cooke. Wi J. Sweeney. John Fagan. Allows I per cent. interest on Savings Deposit4 smpnounded Jannar and July. Transactso a ensral bnking bselo. Draws izohangsO on the principal ciOties of the United States and Europe. acls in Ecouoy and city bonds, and makes loans on real io mortgages. Office hoan from 10 a. m. to 4 p. am. Also on Saturday and Monday evenins from 7 to $ o'lock. STUDY LAW AT HOXL tarm OCssma &a ma Upraseu O**eepeenase (lahemat..) 4. Otaner, r.t., *ee'w. M55 Whitase )Sleek DOetet MU8 __ ANUARY BULLE A Surprise. A Rexelation. THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE'S GREATT S7TLE. Included in this sale, but not mentioned on the big circular that will be left at your door: _I ReAD. 36 Pieces 38-inch All-Wool Cheviots. C Worth 5oc and 6oc. This Sale For 29c. io Dozen Black Silk, Splendid Quality, Umbrellas. 24 and 26 inch. Worth $2.oo. This Sale For $1.25. I r. i...... z6 Dozen Black Silk Pompadour Umbrellas. 26 and 28 inch. Worth $2.50. This Sale For $z.5o. Sale Commences Tuesday, January 10, Gonversation in French and German. THENEW YORK DRY OODS STORE HELENA. MONTANA. UMIMON-.IN T-HE DISTRICT ('OURT O9 the First judicial district of the state of M`ontda in and for the county of Lewis and James Blake, plaintiff, to John D. MeTntyre. Liate Miolntyre, his wife, P. i. Cadwell and Lanur t. a dweUl defendants. The state of MontanaL sends greeting to the above named defendantt Youare hereb required to apper in an action broanbf or st sou by the above named plaintiti in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana insand for the county of Lews a anClarke d to answer the complaint led ther dthn ten days (exclusive of the Of er e) after the sernvice on you of this ummon, if served within this county; or. it served out of this county, bu.t within thidistrlet. within twentyd.sa otherawise within forty days. or jucdgment dsiýanlt wll be taken againstyou acordling to the prayerof'eaid complaint, ~hd saeid aetion is brought to recover the sum of eight hundred and seventy-nine and 20-1t) dollar., together with Lterest thereon from the fifth day of r'sbruary. 19t9, at the rate of twclho per cent per annum upon seventeen certain promissory notes in writing, made and executed by the defendant John D. illntyre to the said plaintiff, said notes bearing date hebroary . 1891. sixteen of said notes be;ng each for thi sum of fiftv dollars, sad payable respectively on March 5. 1891; April 5. 1891; $ay . 191; June 5, 1bOhL Jul 5. 1891; Aug. 6. 1891; Eopt. 5, 1891; Oct. 5. 189; Nov. 5. 1891; Dec. . 189li; Jan. 5. 18192; reb. 5, 18.2; March 5, 1802; April 5, 1892; May 5, 1892; June 5. 1892; and the remaining note beiong for the sum of $79.20 payable July 5. 1892;: each and every of said promissory notes bearing interest at the rate ot twelve per cent per onnum from the date thereof until paid; cil f said notes being now due ant unpaid: alto to obtain a judgment and decreeo of loreclosure of a certain mortgage made and executed b, the said .fendants. Jdohn D. Mclntyrre and Linzio Mclintyre. to the said plaintiff to secure the pay ment ol said notes; said mortgage bearing date February 5. 111.1, and having een reooroed on the eleventh day of November. A. D. 1892, in the office of the county recorder of said county of Lewis and Clarke. in book .8 of mortreges, pa1o 21t. a copy of wiroh mortgage is attached to said complaint of the plaintlif;: also for thu gum of one hundred and fifty dollars attorney's fees for foreclosing said mortgage; that tihe prem i.eo conveyed by said moiteage may be sold and i the proceeds.ppliedtotis payment of said prom- I issory notesa with interce thereonat the rateafore. said, and costs of stit, and in came such prti cede amre not suMeiotont to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against said John D Meo:n- I lyre for lhe balance remaining duo, and also tfr.t the said defend.ants andi all parsons claiming by, through or under them may be barred and tfot closd of all rtight, title. r;aim, lieun. equlty ol redemption anti Interest in and to said mort ageod nremnise. and for other and further re 1ef. The property conveyed by said nlortgage and affected by this sia t is ol that car siln tot. piec or parcel of and situate, lyiong and b ine in Ilake additiou to the oily tf iieloni, in the county of Lewis sand Clarke. state of Montana. psrticularly d-icribed as follows, tn-wit: l.uot itmnuber ten til) in block "N." as said lot and block are numbred, doslignlted and describrd oil the plat of said Bllke addition on tieo in h, offUice of tie cont y rieurder of said county oli tLwis and tlarke. And you are hereby notified that if yon fail to, appear and answer the said complaint as above rtwtired, the said plaintiff wil applty to hlo c-trt for the relief tdemanded in the said cot.it plaint. t ivon utinder t. hand and the seal of the dilia-. irict court of tue birst jidicial district of tho state of Montana, in and for the r----- county of Lewis and Clarke. Seal Firt'I Uthisatthday of Decemhor, in thu. Jud. Dist. } yearof our Lord one thousand SCourt. 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