Newspaper Page Text
TAILOR- Originators of Low Prices. CLOAKS.
lADE ' Paris and London Styles D R ESSES.I bev I lirsylllli I Ihin i <biula, lie.ver, tt-hice shrunk and wecathe.r-prfedl chc:vi ots, C'hipping Norton MScr. l rcl in( I )iagonaJsi, ;and( PARIS NOVELTIES. Do-I) !,d,,y & S ins, Elyi: an -.- - - ,--- - . arnonly a few of the mnaniy LADIES-Conspicuously prominent arnong tl.e hrlghtmnt en- (I ll(k ;llbrics iused i our - nals of our most sucoestaul trading, thil; week will tniuostonullly "'inter Loats. Clok trd Those m•;n-made Paris Suits stand out. It is marked by the incomparable excellen,-o of onr k magnificent Winter Merchandise. Its tunu.ou l ottractiveness, is ing i ith l aitlt s liros. is a and Costumes at half price and further heightened by the variety, rtluotdor ane! thoroughly du. scientilic as well as an imn less -only a few left-nearly all lpendable character of the vast gathering of Imported Noveltteu portant Iluiness pursuit. now on exhibition for the first time. Andt, for prices' You will the artistic French makers' best marvel how such bright, crisp, nobby crout'ouns could posslbly lie Every one of those gar plucod on sale at the figures whiht Mondiay'u oficrings will ilenats is a work of art, so designs in Dresses, including startlingly reveal to you. artistic ally cut, sewn and fin Doucet, )oormenn and Felix. MISSES, ished, well trimmed anr e re All the newest materials. No Carpets. liable. l'ices thi week break all former records. duplicates. These dresses are Art tee Curtainse. *r...l .**o with N ew m arkets trek I formr rcord. I oint Ir'is prit centers, also Japan*o , linel exclusive; ladies of fashion need 'ortlerea" trientac desagna. Thoeo ubhome- * ly g.and nd novel cr.ations have uurst k a s s not dread vulgar inmpersonations .aoahen u from Jap.o, ,,k wais ts.s 'asur.oeitiee. Lo ,k out for ihe now "Mi ,ota" urs adll aes. New Carpeturlsl ivig St yhah, or spurious imitations. Price, dlius r ith Style and Quality combine to G loves. rontt is Fancy Striped Silk make this an urgent purchase. _Lu,,, Waist in hlack grounds, I oiler l:ook ids in I sacks, f rowns. Tanu hood. l-*Geys, I .s. Myrtles and nglath I eon,. An "b: obeli." larce button, to mat&e color oft elgant assorted colors in striping, LRSAU glov.. in whit'a w.th black alltchiln, uplain winter FUR SALE. whites. tan,. sayas, giro, myrtle. amnd cloak is a pretty garment. Prices black. "'duqunotairU " in undroumd kid. for '-butt a lengths in tans, b'ank, browns and girls. range from gror. I Toning (floe. all the new shade. Wear. il; b teons or 'elbow loenth " Riding. driv- Warm. ,o and every vr;ety of Wintr (ilovos nw Easy i, tok. I riora at FWade Eros. popunlar of The best Furs and the j.uto.ti.. fittl5 to $7. 5 ripest Furriers' Experience. B lan kets. readym Fur style and prime fur coam- Flannel Shi spee oft:d overlas, s described sortable values are all here this by the man hoe rsaro they bear. is sen- evory tianly a halth proesering d s.altary W aisa e t week. Ignorance in hand- inroagator ofe.dese apmogtoth e should ling furs is destructive utityor aduoteratoed quality of the wool of which it is romposed. Thoe "h.r* ltr, one. and other brads of fise California Elankets, alike of the interest of nud tie entire strck of enads fro. are str stly hylles:c. and the pries, thle week Flannel Waists are seasonable, buyer and seller-there- ae low,, The ., p r. buyer and wsa. warm and very desirable for fore buy your season's New Imported Winter winter wear. They are cheap at furs only of Sands Bros. Dressmfortables Fabrics winter wear. Ty are cheap at You will never regret it. w $2, 2. 0o ILL weak io offer a montain of those Prices ,this week are fa-t dye. hea.v, wevt.rerlaotaig anitary oom. FVorein Dreo. Goods in all the vagaries of furtaldes at special prices. It• loom. deoign and dye. Curly tfued r Wdi In rut cnod woo:; In dieft mixture. in temptingly low-the va- I r es sm .e U nderw ear. H osiery.D h riety immense. Elevator ace Lace tailor atti anerb rrryOa'itc. rthan ce .it ad allk. sd wool c overt Cloth. ls lands you on the floor of _ri* "Msangrtoane" fine all wool Virone Antl-Rhenmatile, Botch. Englihb, Ladies' Bleek Wool Hooe, natural lands yoh sr o . in every popular texture and color. our grand Fur, Dress, t,, of the Beelaseoae prld. unlique In lad ret. more important taili. all are Fromeh ad Domretl. The utietll Orey WoolHoe. lBek Flose Wool our grand Fur ss d tr tille, perfection in executiona maDrkd at those popular priore which have Hyiliic properties of tbose goods is a Hoe. Childrea's Hoe from obespNt made the lre. Department of hanads Iaos Cloak and Coat Bazaar. ntiqu.le t collarettes and trimmings. oi yedtr.tmod over the entire north- solenti0 study. Sands Bros. are sole cotton to fine English Obmemro A I .lwot cocit icea n 1aoe Art Goods. wetrn ooountry. agents for 'Ypsilanti" Underwear. good Wool Hose for 25e. I i l ' 1 ql"I l q'l lln iiiIMI InIII InlII nininI Il RIOT AT A PRIMARY. Tleelu Kniaes mad Pistols Were Used, Uny lrulses Reesulted. ST. LOUrS, O0t. 18 -A tiot broke out yes terdar at one of the polling p~rere ln the seventb ward where rtpubliona primaries were belng held for the e*eoction of dele gater to the oily and two eft district eon greoslonal oonvenltlon. KoivY., and pie tol Were drawn and for a time it looked es If the mightb be bloodlhed, but nobody received smore thin braosee. Fifty or moe poltee oMoere appeoned on the snoae and quelled the riot, arresins Tom Mloeoor, one of the leaders of the crowd which caused the trouble and nine or ten other meo. I be riot comaleasod when A. H. Luster drove bIo to the polling Flese with a shot pan and announced himself an A. P'. A. ni said he we' afrid oft nobody. An other ver.lon Isays he wa ready to hbrit any A. P. A. manu. The eowd attaoked e number of negroes who had already voted or who were waiting to do so, for the ren ion, it is Iend, they wore oupporting the 1. 1. A. otndidatee. Guaranteed Cure. We authorlse our advertised druggist, to tell I)r. King's New Discovery for Con sumptio.n coughbs and colds, upon this con dition. If you are alieted with a cough, cold or any lung, throat or chest trouble. and will use this remedy as direoted, iiv Lng it a fair trial, and ospe ionea no bene tit. yo'u may return the bottle and hnbv Juur money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that D). King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles tree at Parehen. D'Aobeal Drag Co.'s store. Large size 80 sonts and L. ig rtleet Works to Reepes. BIILTUoltor Olt. 18.-An agreement bea been reached between the Pennsylvauni and Maryland toeel companies, whish, it is nnounosed, will result in the ma ly reoo;Iu ina of tho lMaryland compd:rt', bti mill at , errna'. P'oiut. The wurk., Leich ern lino. 3.000 men, have been virtuolly 0o.oed lu eight uonths. Itslekta' Arelesa alvte.. ihe best salve in the wort I for cuta I:raule, Bore, Ulee ,L Pat Itbeam., Fever 60 r, 'lettoe, Uhapped Halid.s Chalb!aine, ('ores and all "kin Eroptions, ant't pi. tively cure. piles, or on par reqgl ed. It it auuarateed toulve rerfett estisfaetion or mouey refunded. P'rioe i3 t.ate per bre. For sale by the Paroboea-1Aeheal Drag eempany. Fr,ard al the Non-l'a eo Mea. I'uwrvso, Ky., Oct. 18.-Many ahots were fired from ambush at non-anion miners olna to work to-day on lavis ann. Jack Marienm was seriousny wounded. The o it an unoonfirmeod ramor tha three d, ad b,odies were le't in the woods. More trouble is esr scted. HAII'S C'IAIVRR 'taoT ll s4urhfy your Ilood. a oar youa conmplieion, regulate your Loweta uad make you, bead eetr ma a bell. tweznty-alte cets 6a4 cents end $l For Nato by i'eruehei-1)Aebesl Dregi Co. Tito Amer's IVeath Not Ceefirmed. 1 IMIA, Oct. 11.-'rbe Indln govertnment does out confirm tIre annouooement maele 1byth obewapapere of lahore thti the liner of Afgbenlelen Is deed. 'I here arm in sass deserta along tits Ira of tte CroaL riourtern. It IS aepable @1 o ,utrlnuun, swllloumrueit ront tho great lak. to Iuget sound. Wh~b.n Araby wrq sirk, wP eaw. lr r (git rir When shr was n lull , 'he. r crol fur C'asturia. When rt.h Iure amulle, ah.e Ihag to, foatrira. When shLa Itad CllkU.ra, s gave thoui~ Casttlgn RIPATNS TABULES Are just an old, old remedy In this new shape. @O0 Doctors have always given this prescription-in water! We have them in this shape simply for their handiness. I:IPAN8 TABULEa r nr like an Yunlueer golig over his h i and jowt'rf|ul mne h nery gIvinl a lttleo ue..sry lu'briasting tn the needful parts: itI'PASAN 8 TABULES do this for YOU. Constipation, Dis-leess, Nausen, Dyspepels and Mal.Nutrition Ill yield to Ripans Tabuies. At Drog lttores or Rent by Malo for to Cents. tlurAls CCZataIu.CLo,ltpru o bt. Now York MONTIANA UNIIERSITY University Place. Near Helenla. 'Ibt bateluippd I olardola .tchool in Mon tann arnd ermra the mot monlerate ISolld saI tuitoun in Lttra+rl Pranches tim u24u to 1219 per school s eraeordlns to Iha course prlsued [ud fur wL oBao to the president. F. P. TOWER, A. M., 0, 0. ALL MONTANA FAPERS ARM BRAD Bt TUI Montana Press Clipping Bureau, CelA& U1 QRENVILLI. MANtALQ lomae, . - . .. .... .* . . a.t.Ola FOR WHOM? "p"'"-n. b peratiLuoa, hun Iuyers, profesalonal mrn, who want t, get ew., sv-wbat sto ad ot thor., or snage publie applr bhoouses that want earliest news f contraetion. I us asea lo.l o that w~I addresse. e gboabl. alstoumers. VitoC\ rx%., Lit~~l) Asnrwu K. Niq iP. Attoase .Me Cr..gU or u Law. limont, !6 mp1 l - - 11le161 Mmleat. 'MABSKNA BULLARD. A~eima mad ( ounemllor U I am Wmi ýetl.. In mU cu.r. . fm.ord In the Wº l l u QG.ad 06116' Ah.., Masts.. FREE!' Dre, Liebig & Co., eke VorI4 Rcnlonew BDfcilalrtI 1ERUNENT OFFICE: 13 S MAIN St HELENA. mnvt (t'Q?8U:TAflO' ine oaI1l petemoe bn t ritg frem Lbronlo DltaI... isiaeeNe. tfe eUt . N me. Throat. her. ttomaoh. it j.. t riiary ueatm, iruos mad lrlat. ioke. n h. mtird ln ipaloaI a number of D~t-~l·ia dom~d r S fsr (rlilb tpitre t ihae a. 1o Mot~ na demaendtih eroat.h . Lataaite end srcwnmoedM ie. to mlee which tn Liei At( *· h~r·a veea l oad ,uLthlt dty. 1by illt hi*t ehagýe a dul y autheorrmed nr.ean Wi ae who will fepr~rt altl 0033 bate'1 caste to the 1ma di.. .h re compJte reeorda treýi. g a llt eage anl the t r tmnom adopted. pseb bleak.l having Icts eall'ts. no em. phis clan bpd ar lsas tin len I.pulisneed ipeelalL YBl ua .Uosltat e on swly .ass premted Saywngtb tndl~a to rfn to etuoarImwa are wlad y po le No .ortperisntlt-salpti a. p lbs tCrh trnet"t 1tht he. tlp with.:t arp r re al noewaýest'. 2 hI. tatseato lb. r cucci.. end the nrteqrn mab r"r O etre. mal hivfofmo nportd hae hems or the, r. Iu.' ohye elani )e··urd tLN MIEIN-4brouic sfecteey wheer Da. wig bd eetlra meter IKaeeý. Nominal Wekness. J oa @1 ahood, Iiy1 tIn sad other 1t~eetlone vuattia1 Ibr fro uan ejeL ssay of th lecnu~rrys of Itfe. treated agod egedBie she tt. fai ,'. b1 .then, Dr.. ILeblat ! Ce.'. npttatics for I hir ertpar"ei cucoa. as trtaum the )1lu of Ys Ie rld-rb sad Iby Doti lots a all parts of It WOMPN-Tbeir epeols'it foer sffctlons ef Women, ha tll thelatest applanes sad mtomedi.. need I. i' principal busuitl., so 11I withoUt B .ui ti~r o0 the enset. t AA1A. !l-Aod kindred effcetinns of the 117. ,t sr. hr.et sitd LAup n.ceefnlip treetel attd tas nmenir ro ni&&iij as te be acceptabl to te most delicate child. Irscm for ep:.I 1 eforarm'tI ('lab Feet. ste. smnUtst uriL tsLsfsot in gitcaWe.l. Cell arly ..ad tavid bdtn hurrIed by the 4rSe number ofr gatients. Ilose who cannot And it convoen~et to eec the I inent tIp"oisllots srn elate their cace, bi lct Itr arefol attflnlto Aver to cart,. oadeace and medlieln sad sp gllaaoee scar by exprese. Rogular Visits Monthly iGrest FIlla on the Ilkh ent lth. At Ylesoul unthe 9Dth t M isee on t hte 2h At t f Wra% ouon t the 31. if stsuB DWIv`des-IS Main Strcet. Helena. eothern Diieli.t-id tal iroadway. lewtt t np M ans. Csoht i-- Bohtq hIa. Street Lee leuthere DIMtIqii-I2I Sout Angels.. 1'sllforals. mtrs lyhvteioa-01 t. 807rt WeIt Nlah StIest itanese Vity. iliacenrl I N 'I'HII UITuIl(r c'Out'r OF THE First Judicial Jiutriet of lbs elate of hloutbrn aa, in mild for the o0.311 of L~wla iib4 CleIrk#. Notic~e monrditeta: Estate of 4 ethic, Deeubr, de.ari .i Nofiod Is b 9rOS? pIdah by the uuderuixued. sdralutlceWbr with lie w'll tumid of the l·tste of Vuthiss Lisa *5., dsau..d, to 1Lye ersdbIls o, mid 1 persfhu havtul m~iimiimtte nfl4 $" d s.esuee. ,. euhibit lbs. withl the ausieJ ueIr within feeu rseethe 011p 1t /IN pulflse.lbu of thi mehe.tWWe W94L m ate with tb. will am.s. ii of " bwl sºe "l d ·( teel Ua·)) e rrl e of RI m.. I. tiea Desump of Lows mod Ulirha, mNtt. .1 Mdautau. Sb hearm belot the Vlise for the truaseaatom of the bust. noes of utid estate mtl bs ao0031 of Lewis end ('Ctue. JAN. U. TUoi u, Adminestretor with the will saumeed of Sb. .etale of Mathiem I!oekuer, deosaeId. L)alJ U.L A IZM. CIHERII F8 BALE-MARY l. BUTLER. Splainttif, v. GeOo rg W. Baldwin. at aL, defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale nod deerne of foreolosure and sale Ietued ot tof the diet Ict court First Judicial dis rlot of the state of Montaa, in andd for the county of Iewie and Clarke, on the 4th day of October. A. D. 1894, in the above eatitled sttion, wbhreto Mary r. Butler, the above named plaintif, obtained a judg meot and decree of foreclosure and sale against Uoorgo W. Baldwli. et la., de fendants, on the 3rd day of October, A. D. 1894. for the sum of $1432.60 besiLJe inter fst, costs and attorneys fets which laid deoe wase o+ the 3rd day of Oetober, A. D. 1.t4, recorded in judgment book No. - of said court, at page - I am commanded to re:l all tbose oertain iota, pieoe or pa'. eles of land, situate. ilng and beinga I the eenaty of IAwis and COlrke, state of Mon tanm, and bounded and described as fol low.. to-wit: Lot bambere arve (8) ant tle west one. balf (34) of lot numbered ala (6) in block nombered Afty t(0) of the Luoz addition to the Clt, of Helens, state of Montana, said parcel of land having a frontage on Winne avenue of thirty-ven and one-bealf (37 ) feet and a depth of one hundroe and we nty-ye (125) feet to an alley, according to and s said lota and block are more par tleularly described upon the omiial plat of said namednamed addition now on file in the mlnner provided by law in the omoS of the county o.erk and recorder of the county of Lewhi sad Clarke. Together with all and tingelar the tene ments, hereditaments end appuatenaooss tbertfuto belogllng or In anywise apper Paeble notlee is hereby aiven, that on Monday, the 29lh day of October. A. 1. 11,34. at 12 o'olock m. of that day, at the front door of the court hoase. Helena. IAewl sad Clarke county. Montasa. I will, n obedilnee to esid order of sale and deo se of foreeloeoee and sale, sll the above de serlbed property, or so mueb thereof as ray be neeeseary to satisfy said judgment. with Ioterest end costs, to the highest and best bidder, for eash in hand. Given under my hand, this 5th day of ()eleber, A. D. 1914. C'IIAlaLR 1). (' u.nr, Sheriff. Ily FDn F.. Hoe., Under HMerilf. McConnell, Cleybsrg& (iann, plaintiff's ettorases. N OTICE OF IDE(INNINOOF TIME OF *eglsetration.-Noti o 14 herebhy ~lvan of lime and plaeo for the rerlstrtlion of thbe cmes of the qualtfled electors au elec tion disletri No. S, iu th' conuit of l0wle and Clarks state of Montan,, prior to the gone at election to be bheri no 'lueedy the esith day of Novembbo, l14)4, for the sail coOast of Lewis and Clarke, will bealn at torn o'tlock a. m. on the ninth day of Octo ber. 1N94. 'hi reglstertng agent will be at the fol lowlng preetnmto or voting places ambreard in Joid elestion dislrlot No. 8, are aas ,t Ihock Oreek basin. preelnot No. ~:1-at hire. Nanale lon'a houase, (will be homoe otll'e) on October I. 10, II. At ('antersvilli, eratinet No. 33--at Kisel panch'. cn October 12. 13: 1I At Miteobll, proeatnt No. 'kt Match e'l'j on Oetober lI'. IT. 1`. At Craig. precintl N. .14 t Illiorob'e otel an Ootober 1D. 20. At home o*es on October 22, 2, 24, 24, 2,I 27, , 80,. I(-lletratiom hours ton o'o'oek a. i. on ll ten o'sloek p. m Joarr II. lrrt, lleantry egent. Wolf Creek, Meat.. ,et. 4, 11:4. FAT PEOPLE tes 'e ,1b` noe. adt gppil1. dli.ct from uMw Ili , "l 11 n ar Izor tbvO V446961, t' f., *ri Su4.. T.Uinuaia.l .ad &,~u'rn All CorrF.peo.4..e. MrkSt', ('.N.IJtImL PARK REMEDY CO.1 Boston. Mist . IEBIFF. ' ALE-MARY I. flUTLER, plainst, vs. OGeorge W. Baliwln et al.. defendants: Under and by virtae of an order of sale and decree of foteelosure and sile Issue out of the distriot oosrt of the First judicial distrilt of the state of Mon tana in and for the oounty of Lewis and ClaIr, on the 4th day of October, A. D. 1894, in the above eatitlel action, wherein Mary B. Butler, the above named plsinatif, obtained a Jugmetn and decree of fore olosure and male aaiost George W. Bald win et al., defendants, on the 8 d day of Ootobo', A. D. 1894, for the sam of $1,197.49. besides lanteree costs and attorneys fese, which aaid decree was, on the 8rd day of October, A. D. 1894, recorded In judgment book No. - of said coart, at page - I am ommoanded to sell ali those certain lots, please or paroele of land, stuate, lying and being In the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montan. aend boaeded and deseribed as follhws to wit: l he east one-balf (}~) of lot numberedelix (6) and all o loS numbered seven (7) in block nam bered ffty (80) of the Lenos addition to the city of Helena, said raredl of land bha Ina a frontage on Wings avenue of thirty Nseon sad ons-hbal (87y) feet cad a depth of one bhundred and twenty-fve (125) feet to an alley, according to and as said lots and blooks are more particelarly described upon the ofmoial plat of the said named ad dition now on flle in the manner provided by law in thicem of the county clerk and recorder of the sild souaty of LewIs and Clarke, together with all and sloge:a the tefements, heredltamente and appurto nanoes thereonto belongin or In sanywise appertalalnr. Publlo notioe ls hereby ivren, that on Saturdr. the 27th day of October, A. D. 185i, at 12 o'olock m. of that day, at tha front door of the court house, Helena. Lewis and Clarke county, Montana. I wall. In obedience to said order of sale and de cree of foreclosure sal sale, sell the above described property, or so muho thereof as may be neoessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, to the hblbghest sad best bilder, for oash in band. Olven under my band, this 5th day of Oetober, A. D. IMd4. CnAaLxa U. CunTra. herlff. IIy FnaD E. Hoes. Under sherdf. MoConnell, Clsyberg & Ganl, plaintIff' attorneys. Nn. 347(l. AI'I'LIATIOR tlt 'ATEN r. I'. u, Itio 7it rue s Notloe In herebyhi gin. thaL kob,'br' Kt 1lu ties tli day titud aLIIrcai.a for 141.0". Undier 11.e Lnluinll laws of r.nrr.r, fur tit Ir..l, r ip.l it I. ii HItPIuy t at pTure1y No 44.11. .ttu polkl t 4 in rtent;..d) minipnpg pits rio', 1ewis and t ladea collnty, MoUIS1.a. townl'Ppi Y n. raune 4 ., 4h .h talop in r~sordwl ia the odic. ot the r - o.rder of I,.'wi and I'larke county. aL ltruln I it SDA end pie.oritwpl a tot Iss I. fI r no snh l b t t I- in itia l pi i t I k Seec I II, ip Y u. r W. w, Sr .1 &I'D 14 In U .4w' 1,17 -i2it. Ilpep.'e %0 d48 si.j i min tt h4 it. thenpe u 1st ds p ti mllm m1 :a.I ft, thets in 1I4 deli Ipi I P W ;.11 1 ft. it supr '..'i dssg 14 mit w : tD ft. thaen. . ." de4~ n mipl w 2¶1 t1 I Is. it, titime or tsinklnppg. ci pbrapnpt liIP hoeron 1up-i whiclp a noto' pi p1 el cI1 bet pm was vveliyd l i 1. Lt lay of r1pchrber. I.II& \1. E.1 tt\, kietggeter. lint pl bllcahlon hispt. 23 ,lath. N 'on'A lF 10 ( I HRli1oVt'tý lNTA rF. nil ,Anna I~t ftg.I/r . ri.e 'a.' I Nuthra to ,.r.'l( givu by ilm IIuder..igue.. a 1 uiInatsteatr o't It, . t .att f Ii ta. I n, In .r ,Irr'Ee. ,,I t..e ,,h .dli, , Ft 1j -I pi i k.k Ina ilaitti. ataln.t IIh. ald i.oea~vl... t.a: u Ihmui. wtll th. oincesaarr ' t, hi.. 'wiuii IF u 1 III kuoulh, aftrr l h.. hrn~l puln, a'ik lom ..(I ", i tro, to the paad adt ukhu. ti .t,,r, at N\c a Ni It, Svenow' in th oin 'y cif Il,.letus the 'u I1,1'' It h. lie. fur te ItanualIt. .n .,f th Imoto.n~ of said teWI In the ooltnlg i f I eii au I l lark,'. AI,,,ni.trairc of lice intats of Aata t.. f I,, t Loirii. Ieri'agd. !I st pribliccaltcottflu. I. 11494 CROWS FLY rPnt IL iII to liii lt by II.,n .I: r" ci dc an*w. lii wt~c'i th.,) fly fri Nlnnnsa1 I a and t t. liiil I. , Ihlcage they 1.1.w lul: hNucrr-'traar LIME. FOR THI STATE CAPITAL. OFFICE tr Till SIoarETrY or ITATI, iELE.sA. Moat.. Mpe , 3& MU Following are ti names of the cities nemi Dated for the place of psrmaent loeastoa of the seat of government of the stats of MeIetan hqv. in receirvd the hlahest number of vote a te.e rsuleral eletlon held In the state Moeateaa Toeadayl. November t et9k (ITT OF ANLAOLWDAe CITT Of IBLUNA. UNITKD MTATIE OF AMBUICA Mate of Montana. 1. Louis Itetwltt, serotar of state of theiate of Montana. do hereby certify that the fI.eg~o oties have bea placid in nomoa laile for the place of permanent loostion of the meet of ov srnmeat of Mountana. ad that he ssmee all thereto wer preseted to mad it .ime prior to lept. l, I2'.a| that each oerttloate of nomination, contalntag the mnae of the cty nominated for the place of peremamt lJ et.i of the seat of goveratent contuined the mame the count wherein the use . Is unaled, sad we. sained by a stIttweat l4ve eleetous eesid ing within the county wherein such ot, namted was situated. snd contained witehsach Mmaa the place of residence. business and busneiassd.. dr.es of oeah elector resplrtively. I further certify that bhe etate board of asia waesm of the state of hont,, ., on the alst dy of December. 18a.. duly ,oaIyasd the eleotion return. "For place of location of the perme ent capital of the state of Montana.' and debt mined from the abstr.ets trauremat*4 to mse. s secretary of state. is mid year the vetes east at sash election, a. l that the statemeatt made out oy at on sail day, as secretary of stats of Mon. tan anid see rearof said board, showed that there was no choice for planc of location of the permanent capital of the rsate of Montana, and that such statcneet forther showed that of all the cities and towns voted for at the general election itn 14 thl "t ity of Anaconda" and the "*ct oft eloen" we.. the two cities tseselvg the blghust nit ter oft votes. And I furth rr certify that at the gimeral elso tion in the year tVI, to wit. on Tuesday. Nov. I'4. .tihes lioelt.n of permanent location of the seat o govearnment of Montana Is hereby ontl ttted toi tIL quaelled sI*'.ore of thbp stal in a cordanci with the rovisiuns of an act as. itlld "l, act tredt Shng for the shanlion uof the 1noetiort of th pFermanent location of the stat of eoclrulheost. ao1r.cved March 6, I.lt,. and sectan a. artiol X of thbu cunstitataun. In te!ltimony whereof. I ha,, hereunto et my hand and ailizel the treat Neal of the state of Montana, at ISla.)l thlena, the capital of said setats thlis, the :th day of Ieptember. A. 1). IWt. L. lOtTW ITT, Ferretary of state of the state of Montanl. li II IM iii:R IYIW IViPN THAT THE tllhu 1 Ihfo ro the rul latlou of the nam*, or U., qualired Iecotr" tLL Loc 1g.& I1i1e Iriet N.. It, sit the . ounty of I~Awi andt l lark', and .iAnte if Montaxia, I rlor to the jtenirnli el.ectio, t, li. helI on 'InsrJue . tbe tl">;tt day o1 NovembOr. 1I4. for the said ioiiuly of t'ewia aud Clarke. will sapir, at tOn o'cloc.k ". ti. on the thbhtiel daJ co l tohtulef, A. 11 I.-1'4. lbs name. of the several jeelaoht of ojllluOi ),aI'.a amnbreOUid il said E:eo6lon lisisinot No. 1 I, are ae follows: J.Ulraua sod Little JeanS. prorencts. J'iIV M. [)AtY. Regsutry Agent. I'loloioo District No. II. Lewis mud Olsiks iianty, Montana. HOVEY & BICKEL / Civil and Mining ENGCtiEERS ROOMS 24 28, hiertasi Niilnu Ia Denk lihidhl o. ilelem,. I sate... A. K. Prescotl oma:/Rp INI M~b18 ud Gruib MONUMENTS HEADSTONES. Ire. U.INga U IqeIea US 1