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OOL. PLUYýIR OF DAKO~A.
The Paid Orate Dtda'te Zara lZie Iatai at bleorm, Elkhorn, Oct. 26.-The Anaconda capH tal adlvocates, led by Col. Plummer, of Dakota, landed in this quiet little towr on Wednesday. The colonel was accom panted by a double male quartette of singers. During the day, by sell. sub atantlal persuadinK and coaxing, the) succeeded in linding a few stoall boys that would allow an Anaconda badge to be placed on sonimc seelild part of their clothing. The large hall was filled with the bhet eiti.ens to hear the sing lng and to learcn It a ingle reasonable argument could he lpresenI ted in favor of Anaconda. After viewing a ie\ckly bon-tire. Chairnman Itedmant started the meeting by ralling on the qutartette tor a song, and the singing was gLnod, ('ol. Plummnner was the only spealker. ail ihe devoted most of his tim e in qullotig frolt the scriptures and from hyll ron. it.' ot somewhat mixed, but he did his lest to show that Anaconda was the laboring man's friend, but the on Tonim ('arter had taken all the wind out of his sails on that point in advance. Ills whole ef fort was a total fasllwc, and people really felt sorry for him. At the close, two small boys, who had been esleclially Iposted, tried to get up a cheer for Ana co',nda. The'y began too sPnn after the clohing song, for the singers had n1ot recovsreel their breath yet, and the boys hlad to do it aliune. hut by the aslist anrie of the colonel and the slngers, a serend attempt was made. and they really did manlage a eonsumptive cheer that could be heard half way down the hall. But some one' called for three cheers for Helena. In a moment hats were thrown Into the' air and voters Jumped upon the c'hairs'. and would not stop until six rousing cheers, that could be heard all over the town. had tbeel given. Thus closed one' of the most successful meetings that Ileflena-for the-Capital cver heldl. Aneiio.nda will hear something "drop" lfrom the fuot of old Baldy on Nov. 6. REGISTEl! Eaersleml cts. teo Omllermla The Northern Pacific railroad has placed on sale daily round trip tickets to California points, as follows: Helena to San Franc isco and return, going via Spokane, Tacoma and Port land, and returning same way, 375. To San Francisco. going via Spokane, Tacoma and Portland. and returaing via Ogden and Blutte. $90. To Los Angeles, going via Spokane. Tacoma and Portland, entering San Francisco in one direction either going or returning, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Spokane, Tacoma, Portland and San Francisco, and returning via Sacramento and Og den. $99.50. Tickets are limited to sixty days for going passage, good to return at any time within final limit of six months from date of issue. The scenery via the Northern Pacific and Mount Shasta route is unequaled. Passengers get a magnificent view of Mount Shasta from observation cars. For further information, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on or address A. D. EDGAR, General Agent, Helena. Mont. REGISTER! Speelmea Cese. B. H. OllorL. New Cassel, Wig., was troabled with aeurslgia and rheumatism, bhis smaosh wa dlsorlroed, his liver was areeted to an alarming degre*o appetite tell away, sad he was terribly redamod i fleshb sad strength. Trei bottles of Nleotrie Bitte.s eared him. Edward Shepherd, Harriebrg. III. bad a ruaalag sre en his lee of eight yer~ ' staading. Used three bottles or Eletlie Bitters sad seae bezs of Bseklla's Armies klve., sad his leg I. sound sad well. Joba Speaker, Catewbsa O., had are large fever sores on hs leg deoters said he was .l eurable. Ooe bottle Zletrle Bittes and one bex Buaklln's Arbaes Salve on ed him entirely. Sold by Psarhea-D'Asheol Drug Co. REGISTER! MlitJtlae (lfhere fteared. Bacramento, Cal.. (let. i.--The military court of Ilquiry lhiiCh bwas appolhitedl by Gov. Markhalmn to it.. ' tig.ate Ih (' con duct of the tatulioal el: al at l ar iHnwlrnto during the ltle railroad strike has madl Its rret),rt. Mli j. ;e.n. Ilmon<ld Is h ldl mainly respolllslhle for the llundtrs on July 4, when Ith" soldhirs failed to rll: lodge the nmob from the d<ejot. Itrig - (rens. Rheh:;n tIslI l ' klnsill nia l C(',l.. Bullivan, ii i ,,:tn :antl t1 rty art alt scorel fir th'lr lack of itllitary knowl edge, and . ri" ral bllulhr..r REG I'TIJ: A nHoUehold Treasure, D. W. Falter, of Cenajobsrle. N. Y., says that be a wats keeps Dr. King's New 1;) cuorry in the hboan and hbl family hasal ways tunud the very I st results follow its uer; that he weoud aot be Wltboat it, if pre cnraLle. I). A. Dykeman, druagtet. Cats thill N. Y., says that I)l. Kin 's New Dre cOlery is undo.btedly tk', bet sough remedy; that he has uied it in his family for eIght years sad it has never failed to do all that is l :mled for 1t. 4 hby oct try a remedy so long tried and testes. 'ri l bottles free at Iarcbhen-D'Aohel DrIPug Co. Itegular size ftOo and $1. I -I'TIl $nreallat lesd Platrorm., Frankfort rit Mainre, )a --.At tn dai < '*. k... ·ti, Tln <irl . + nru ', :b", a pt.-1 ]ila ni. Iuo ' r l ,.. I . i .t f ;, I . ] Is l ?.t. i rn I, .. Ii II . + ",.11. Irl th,.- ."I t, .-lt 1.f 'I h Alrle.l.so beoty Wie. bto tretlis oile to a clr o " iorltiah thi n iit uf ranlf l 1. of cs mlnItin Wi h Loo to a clear compleuloa ahan S4 i a+ other attrIbutI A e t of l'arý's lea will enable any one to possel this. It rious the skin and rnoves pimuples and that sallow, smuddy look. i'ark'a lea is ntil by thoes an ts of ladles for the onineion. With out haenl a entbart. It cres ceastliratle bild by I&.reheon-lI'Aekoel D)rtR Co. I ,ilrd HIII, It·I11II .t i I', I ,J I t ., ,! .,I 1 I *., ., . * , , . , "I, 6!i 'Ii' r, . 1 , ,. l arks'leIa fbare tte. e' 'ii,ln"X,n Mrs. N. M.l. .t,fe Le Ulny, h. . .rº.. I lava ua.o 1 ' 's I a a11nt 111o n I I1 i: hi sat ar.r .0/ I have snot Irivd." Ho:l bp 1'f ok.ý. U3' Ao..a I :ri¢ ('o It) I~a~I t .. wt t . I' "''''I *' I. *,fl.iil¶' vi.iC *" '". u , i II r ,I . I A 1i~r,,,: . Iu CC fle.. i'.I 1' I~I C, , ., .Iii Att..rr,,;: lrr rli (·1'' 1.'1 1 , Inun 11.11 II~1 Ii' ·I. III n.,i .tlnullr nnrl li.r ,I, Irlutlnlii 1". lIP' 4 IF1. ('Al''. /wgTipv. I' I~. A., P.. I~llao. (Cal., S.7s '.lhIwh'1 (Sltar b RU1,dv I. the Orst mama21n. 1 'avre. ar found that wnnid do e ruA Snpa1n0d " 1'Ikc . /: eBant. }'oe isil b, 1'arrtin.IrAehlee: II ule ('u. KE(,. L;'rLu1l NOVIUBRR WIATELR A S.m.d et whai a. 3O*a *sad a OW. mester Wht May tie. The' f~l lolwn I hg d. 't ' nnipll '1 . frnt th.' V..ather Itttr.'x re'o.r,la itt I ketiena .' ti irt Ii h perkeid ti t"* ii hrN evetni I~ the pastt fourt.etn yo.irs. and eh..ulA pro.'. of vt ltt. and In treast In antl'1 pat ting thi' nmore Import ant nut.'. Or Ioglcal I .Ietnett ta, at the ra nge wIthi n tt.'hh~h Mutah v at,,tiatn Imayhr oxIi.'I·t It. ke.e.p for the .omtna' month The ninen or norimal ternmporattr' hins hbeen 3: degree.. The we rmest onttit h aavx that of IBIS, with aun avt rrg .'f :.I grh.'e. The (0ol45t5 montth w as th)at of IS i, with an average ofl 19 de grees The hllhrttt fenlpereailtrt' wast 61i 4egrees on Nov. 4, 11W). The lowest t..nplr.ratttr. wis IT deCreea otn No.. - t lýti, andi No. 'r nu~I ! I'' h.". ront et mot nt.thly pre'tIplt. ton wn' . 2 T In.'het In Ist2 The' Iti.ot ,t,,mthIl pt'.tIptaltUn tvsw. 0.11I tInah."' In l' eit '1'h,' h n~latrst itutount of pre')pI tot tn r.rr'td1 It in ..ti tw tnty-f.ut t'un i'tlit. Ihours wan 1I2 tn'rhhs on Nov :t-24, II2'., Th. greatest anont I of anr..wfn.II n','.rdeI Ii. itiItt 'tiet v-four .,onwp,'tttiv' houlrst ir .'or. I extendt ing I0 wlftter o~f 1~S4-C o.vl wts~t 14 In, cas on Nov. 2I-24, I '9°. The' at 't~tg.' tiimt.r of , I'ar dit vi The' highestt ý.eoel~ty of the wlntt wits 5t6 miles, from the soUthoaiat, on Nov. 12. 1s92. ..ekte.'. Ar£eesSal e. The bte stal.e ia te worll for C(at .irolm , Siobs Ul'ers Salt Rouem. Pfeve eores, Teoter. Uhepped Ha1psd ChtlblaL4a Ce.ra. ad all .kL Eruaptloas, and peel tlely earee pille or as pas regqal d. hI l aauraateed to give rereels uesistetlo. or money refuadd. lPrie lo26 ts peu bu. F.or sl by the earoeha-tAObhal Dry sempeap. REGISTER! The Frentier K.tablished. Tangier, Oct. ?.-It is announced that Muley Ameer, ordered by the sultan to go to Melilla with a forre of 7t0 Infantry, 70) cavalry and four guns to delimit the Spanish and lMoortih frontier, which hitherto has been prevented by the Ititf tribesmen, has Inflicted a crushing defeat upon the rebellious lialahlnas. lame.' Cvan Is sold on a Israntrs. It eares etolpieat eaumplti. t s theI beet eyob earcs Osly e e0at a does. M mats 60 eatse ad 1. For sale by Pa:eea D'Aebeul Drua UG. OFFICIAL NOMINATIONS. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . ... . - Representative in Cmngrea-Vote for One. Corbett, Hal 8........ Demecrat I Hartman, Charles S.....Republican I Maiden, Benjamin F... Prohibition I Smith, Robert B.......IPeople's Partyl Asseelate Jlltie--Vote for One. Hunt. William H....... Republican I Lure, Llewellyn A.....IDemocrat Reeves. (leorge \V.... People's Partyl Members of the Iloute of Representative- Vete for ELght. Anderson, Clifford Ii.. IRepubliclan Hirown, ('. K........... Peopl,'s Party lItrger., I. J.......... Peoples Party, Cop, (George F........ Democrat C'orbett, Michael.....;Peotle's Party. ('rav\'n. Arthur J...... Republican I atI\ son,, An. l.hn J... I)emrn ,'rat lferron, .ohl ............ 'Re ublican Ii;lg.-, Nicholas ..... l)emocrat Iluisky, John .......... Itepublican I Iln .v, ItRol rt Ht ...... Itpublllrnn II'Ls.hty, John i ..... 'People's Party - --- - -- ---- 'H nix, Phil A.......... People's Partyv .\l, .' a,., John Pi....... 1)t mn 'rat .111 r, Chaurls It....... Republican I l.i , hll, lIart.. ..... . Peopl e's al rty - 1mn l hit, .T im . It .. ]b mrnu" rat I 'N' l: I ri ,' rn,,ll;is iI t i.*I tr, rat . ,i , l I . -- I'+,<-, 'h ,'s 1',iti t ý - . <l' h'J,, I. h . ii , s ..... It."ihtubl,.i tiI ('ounty Clerka anid l'lerllreir--~nie fr One. .\, nmi, I. . : .. .. I pl5't i Party 11Juffly, l'hairl]i S .. . )1 rm, ratl - ",',nk, r. J.n. ,, S.. . .... iRI t,,bMli,.an 'nunt}" Anhlifr- V l. for lin. I , I' it I '' I' ' ti- i 4 . n1 ' I u bli, n I . " n . I, . i , I t t l r rI , . t hnriff V te fnt fl u.. t t i F l. . tI forn t I' r, ',,,1 ll Iet, it b it .l 'ianttt r rI'er1 , \ .1. fnr Iiii-. i t r 1t , r" I'--, : , '. I 'a rt. r ," v. , f . , + It ml h . 4)u ' u. 'l+,, nu } Ott1t VIr II. for, 1 (Inc lI' t",I i I i p , I +l , , P I I , "il .. 1 nt i AIý.. u, nte f , ( I )n h, r, 1 , lh J. I., ,,e I n l I~ a rntl) , M l"r in rnd al of -.* t hen,+ :: ~v jar I' b l h r. 1,lit I t.',. d, I ,,n, l tm \11. , r I. 1 , ,l -., 'l " I el' -\ V.t. ftll' (On. l''-lin i,'L n." Iinl I I. Wl"inm,. nt I I itt, hlu , I . J. 11 ... '"o ih.'s I' a ty Hon. Hal, S. Corbelt's Appuintments '1 he ln11º~1 I. l'erkollda norratl nmlna for Oaser +..ewill wilt addess Sb. "ULtn Yon. a.· a t ls folluotlf tl o. ·il pliesg Bt~raa -4W ....... ... ... o. 1 y0ev . lllo .. .. ... . .0 . 3 Y~r* >1 * r l~~onfd· r ........No Ywoula.... ..........!!Not. TIUE DEMOCRATLC NOMINýE& StAIR TICKET. 1.. C'ouareamsa. HAL !. CO)IIRETI. of Ulsaoala. For AaociMSº Jo*Irs L. A. LUCY. of t'ousas. ro(lolY TICKET. lFo RopraestbU''. A. J. IAVIL)HON. JAM lIt H. IIUHIWY. l'. R NOL&N. Ki.. I PEELH. AI( UOLA8 101143 K. J. 1'. McCARIF w. aO. PnkUITT. F.. rl'hrlff 'HANLEIS D CVRTIR For lRoamr. ('LAtKl('k a. oARRuTS. For Clerk and Hilordh. ('HAILK H. KUFIL. Is, Countq Attornar. H. H. PURCtLL For Aueseot. JAC178 FI5CHER. For Adtdor. 3. V. WILEIIIUNS. .or Nopeelntandsal of Uoboo1i VHS. NAU!) DAVI8 BAKEL .or Pobtlo AdmtpatnsS W. W. 8HIPMAN. Foe Coroner. DR D. L. CARYICHAEL. lFe Sureiot. JAMLWU. KEERL IOWNSMIP tIOKEL For Justies of tke Pos.. 8. K. DAVI& TI RRKNC O'DONNfLL Foe ('ontble5. W. L. HURIR. JOHN QUIRE. REGISTER! REGISTER! Coaty Ylwrveyor-Vote Mfr Oe. Blckel. Paul 8. A...... Republican I Kerl, James B........IDemocrat I Lombard, A. 0..........IPeople's Partyl Justlees of the Pea.e, HeleaU Township Vete for Two. Davtl. Samuel K...... Democrat I ' Donnell. Terence .... Democrat I Rose, J. W.......... ,,IPeople's Party; Votaw. Alfred (....... Republlcan I Woodman. Blenjamin F,Republlicat I ~I- - - -z1--r, ;.v ---- r Constables, Helena Township-Vote for Two, Bennett, J. Y........,,IPeople's Partyl Hamm. William....... Republican I Horn, Charles..........IRepublh'an I tl t uber. William ........ Democrat I Quirk. John A.......... Democrat 8, hnaubsehlager, In r'nz ............... Peopl'e P'arty, Jutlices of the l'eare, Belmont Townshlp Vote for Two. Brady, James F....... Democrat I Bramble. John K .... Democrat I Matthews. Lyman A...IRepublican McGlven, J. C.......... People's Partyl J'udbury, Geo. '.. .... 'eopli's l'artyl Trevarrow James......Re R lbican I C'onstables, Belmont Townm lp--Vote for Twin. Hliarvey, J o,,lh........Ie ReftIVan I I,,nltll k~, J.,anme A... 1emolrat I Joh, , I, .l ............ 'eoplel I' Hrty Jiiliianr , I : ............ People's I'artyl I.; i ;tn. .Jhn.. ......., le ublian I h a.i, Miha.l I ........ Democrat Ju•tlrel of the Peace, AangnOt Township Vote for Two. M 'v\'r, J. 1,. I ......... r'leputl:irn 1,tnl:rnsn, ,\Anlrt w it.. 4'itlz,'ns 1 mag,.rs , l4\01n J....... '( tlzens \ ods, T. ; .. ........ Ipul hli arl l \\r,,,l , T. . ......,,... nh l,. "t , nt I 'onstables. AuIlultn'iallshllp--lVote forTwel It.rnll la.r , \Wl'. If.... .. rfelpll ,, - I - - I:, rit lI n t , I,, u lc ... . R '.1 ,11 l ,, I 1 ' 1I,'. J .u:I r : . . .. I tl ,ti " I ', ,.I , r. .Itl, u ' M .... ('itze.l '1 ,ý . r. . !i "ri . . I i' .. . .it •.I l in, ',l the leace. 8S, ksne J inilip Vote for Two. . I v~1 , t , l . I ,1 rt . A A i .- lh I . I ty l - "t 1i 1,1 l e , i iIn." . . t . I ('.nitable".'piink.neTownship f, rorTwo. I.,s , .I i, I , . . . .. I . t,, , , for '1 wo. . I hI r 1. t"i u ' ' thn ! I . I I I ;t I I Jllluia , .,l;w rI 10 IH ; I, ('fnalsabll , I'1'r t1 T'f n,hlp , . , r 'Two. I Iltrnk ", ll. r y . . I:":" l . I , I hi'r, b, ,,rtitf, tI,, f. -, " , , t, he a 'or -t it I* rIf the lunf' ,. ,, crt fle. I+ lcinu H'i I rn' tI -tl n rI ' , ,f c all t ýnu,5 thl 2,1li lth i fy o ,f , ,I - '-'I I i i l .1 HI 'I j i.l t ,''. rk. For llaee , f l.iociloi of the Ilrmanent 'apitil of the lainte or 1iit.,ii - lofe for inhe, ('Its o f .. . ...... fit f it) u l II 1"l~ t, .......................... .l nouakeewrs Weat use feat Weed. Whmt telsntists lay: Prof. Arnold, of the University of New York: "I oonuider that each and e'very ingredient of oleomargarine but. ter or butterine Is perfectly pure and wholesoa e. Thai the oleomargarine btter differs in za essential manner from the butter nmade from cream. It is a great discovery, a blessing for the poor, in every way a perfectly pure, wholesome and palutahble rticle of food." Prof. Chandler adds: "It is sought to deprive the many of the new chleap butter because politiclans find It to their advantage to make people be. lieve it is bad. Efforts to cheek the irogress of civilization can only be temporary." Silver Churn lutterine is prepared tslpecially for fine table use. Every de tail of its manufacture is perfect. Re. 'enmt chemical experiments show that in nutritive and digestive properties Sliver t'hurn Butterine is fully equal to the best creamery butter; while in keeping quality Silver Churn Buttorlne is much superior. M)I.E PROPRIF.TORB. Armour Packing Co., KANSAS CITY, U. S. A. H MORE BACK ACHE '°o0 M OBLES RAVE L' CONSTIPATION, INFLANATI $. Iri BLADDER. AIo ALL KIDNEY DISEASES.. Parehea.D'Aseell Drag Da. Helela, IMot., wholesale asleta S HEBIIF SALE-WILLIAM ALLEN SBtl.r. Jobs A. Itweart snd Colloe* noyt, ezelters, osA, plaltiffº, vL'Mieh. uel A. Meyadorf, et al., defeedsals. Dnder and by virtue of a order of sale and deeea of forselesare sad sale lered oat of bhe ditrllots curt of lthe sNt JuIlolal distriot of the state of Moneanas, I a d for -.b eounly of Lewis and Clarkse oa the 4t day of Oetabor, A. D. 189, In the above nt1tleld ostloa, whereli William Allen But ler at aL, the above aimed plaltiffr, ob tlated a jedglmest n d deroe of foreloear and sale arelst Mihobael A. Meyredoerf at, defeandnts, o the 3rd day of Ootober, A. D. 1894, for the sem of 66,419.8L be sidesainterel, u st sad attornsys' 1.et, uhlek said dou·r was, oi the 3rd d, of Oetober, A. D. 1894, reoorded ls judlgmet book No. - of said eonrt, at page - I am emmanadd to all all thoeseartals lots please or pareeso of llar altutnt, lpia sad bei Isa thoe *assty of Lewis and Claik, 5st1e of Meatass, and bouaded and daecrlbed so fellows,to-wll: Lote nam bred ive (5), six (6) and saves (7) in block numbered forty-flor (44) of the Ln o0 addition to the oilty of Heles, Mon tsn , said lote haisng a combined frontage on Jseome Plae of s:wvnty-ove (76) fewt nd a depth of one hundred sad Iweasy Ore (129) fIlatoordiag to and as deerbed upon the ofinllt phlt of said namod add1 tion now on file in the manner provided by law in the o se ef the eianty reerder of eod r aonr of Lewls and Clarke. 'logethbr with all and slgalutar the tb. mea.l, herediltamose and appnrwmases tbereasto belesging or is anrwlae apper tinolnu. Pablil moile. i hereby gives, that on Mondayl, tb 29th der of October, A. D. 1894, at 12 o'oloek m. of that day at the frent door of the cort bhone, olesas, Lewis and Clarkeo souly Montana, I will, no obedlence to said order of sale and de orce of foreololsre and sale, ll the above Jescribed property, or so meet thereof as may be neeeaery ao stllsfy said judgment, with intereas sad coats, to the highel and beet bidde., for case in hand. Given undor my band this ith day of October, A D. 1894. ('laLus D. CoarTi. Sheri.l By Famt E. Heos, Under bherrif. MeCoenell, Olayber & Oonan, plaln ties' attoranys. V OTICE TO CREDITORS - IN THE 1 distriot eourt of thbe Firsl judiet. die ridet of the stats or Montoan, il and for ihe cosaty of Lewis and Clarke Estate of Charlea J. •oreason. deceased. Notioe is hereby given br the undr slaned. admitistralrls of the elsate of Charles J. Soreason, dereasd, to the ered Itors and all persons having olaims agalstl the said doeceasd, to exhibit them, with the necessary wouebors, within fonr months after the first publicatlon of this notlio to the said admlniatratrli at the law offioe of Massena aullard, oeom ., Gold blek, in bthe oily of Heloen. in the eounty of Lrwi and Clarke, state of MLon tnem, the same being the place for the transaction of the busines of said estate in the county of lewis and Clarke. MAR(InALI TMUatI, Adminaerlatril of the Estate of Ohar.se J. loren.nn, Decraeed. Dated Oct. 13. 1894. NOTICE I HIEItEBY GIVEN THAT the lime for the resoetratllon of te names of the qualified *lootors in Electilon Distrlot No. in tn he ounty of Lewis and Clerk. sand ast+t of Montana, prior to Itb renoral eletloa. to be held on 'i'o*eday, th sixth day of November, A. U. 1n94, for the said county of Lewis and Ctlerts, wall xz ptre at ten o'elock p. ir. on the thirt"eth day of Oatber, A. I. D. 14. 'ho names of the several preelanot or polllng plaors embraced an said E eation listroct No. k are as follows: MHltbell prre saot No. 32. C.rtorsvillo preelnot No. 33, Cragl preline No. 34, Hock Creek Basin preietno No,. 39. JoPNI9l( n . Harr. l eg Iltr Aenlt. El.etion Dlstrict No. ,. Lewis and Clarke Coanty. kMl,ntana. O11CE )F lIE(OINNIN( ()OFTIMEO i, Itetsiatration.-Notlao is hereby glven of time and ploee fur the registration of the names of the 1aslsihed eleolors in elseo Stion dietll lot No. , in the county of Lewis sad Clerk., state of MotIne. prior to the gIoderl eleotlon to be held no Tuesday thb ulrth day of Novemb.', 1191, for the said county of Lewis and Clarke, will beain at tea o'clnok a. m. on the ninth day of Oeto bet, 1414. 'lTbe reltleterlng agnt will be at the fol lowlng p olnots or vonlog pielos embraoed to said eleetion dlitrlol No. N. a'. as fol lowe: Itook Cek basin, preeinet No. 839-st Mrs. Nannie Ilff's house. (will be houm omce) on ()tlober 9i. 10 11. At (arterarlle, rrseiuol No. 8l-at Kiisel paneh'e, on O()ctber 12, 13, 1t, At hlitebell. proelnPt Nu. 32-At ltohb el's no Octlober If, 17. 18. At (Cre.., preelnot Nu. 34-At Helreb's ehotl on Ootober 19. 20. At hume ,litee on (etober 22, 23, 24, 25, 2 27. 29'J, 3). IteliltrSaton hours tea o':oek a. m. Un til ten o'elooa p. m Jous'u Ui. klrr, Ioalelry agentl. Wolf ('reek, Mout.. ()s. 6. 1896. S UP.TO*DATE CLOTHING *aI'll ,,,,,,,r1 I it .n. *A.Ltlit. S1 ITS *, " Inºi ,I I T.s rn t. OX3O4 D MO. OO..eln . v. bPI. TI j44W~bo·)hAA., ChloagoltII. NJORTHERN PAOIFIO .R. R. Runs Through Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL, MINNEAIPOLIS, DULUTH, FARGO, GRAND FORKS and WINNIPEG - AND HELENA, BUTTE, SPOKANE TACOMA. SEATTLE, PORTLAND. Pullman l8eeping Care, Elegant Dining Cars. Tourist Sleeping Care TIME NCNEI)ITLE. TRAINN ARIUT AT ELELI . No I. t, aito Matl. wet bound...... 9ta. m No., Aktlantio Mall, east bounrt ..... 9:1 a. m No. . M. a aVllI, acrrnmodt tl n...... . :.JU. a No. t. Wtoke. bonlder andl Elkhora acoumnaHataun idatl 'CALeptL . un d .r ..... .. . ... . ...... 6:SOp. No. l0, Rlmini muLad. iMoadia 0o llB ... ...... ...... . .... 2 Op. a TRAINa DIEPAT FROM E.LUmA. No.1. Fatolflo itL. west bound ........ 9:~. h 3. Atlantloe MaI.tL eat bod .... in..Ia m Na o. yuarvllle aocommo.ation ... 8:U p. m No. L, W ekee, IMould4 and Elkhorn aoeommodation tdatlL eacept bun d) ........ 7......:1 a.:m. No. 11O lltmial mieud. WMo.ndas .nlu........... ...............1....1.a.am For Information, time eard. maps sad ti.okeN all on or write A. D. EDa.AP, GENERAL AGENT. HELENA. MONTANA. --on CHA S. 8. FEE, G. P. & T. A., ST. PAUL. MINN. GOTo the East, To the West, To the Town That You Like Best; =BUT Whliebevr wat 7oe dodae to go Be sa. e tkhat er I klet reo d n J mai so- T I NE THE NEW AND RIGHT WAY EAST AND WEST The Great Transcontinental Route, Passengers Ticketed to St. Paul Chicago Baoton, New York, Philadelphia Spokane, Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, San Francisco. AND ALL OTHER POINTS. ('lose connections at Minnapolls and St. Paul for all points kust and ~uomh. Comfortable freelMeeu oaches and Paloa. sleepla ears, tourist, bulot. emokin. libraur and dining cars We are agents foi all lint class teaunship Line and can tiket you to all triental and ucoldental points. Prepid pse es.es arranged. TIME TABLE. ARRTIV AT RlIWNA. No. 2. Atlantic !z(reas eastbound. 12:20 p. m No, 2. Faeefl I sprýes. westbouad... 3:15 . m No. 2. LuttoLocal.dacl,............ :4p.m DIPART FROM WNEINA. No. 2? Atlantic E.press.ea.tbornd.. 12:30 p.m No. 'Y. I acho Exprss, westbeand... 2 5 p. m ho. I. Batte Local da .............. ..s8: a For fnrther partlcolars, man., folders, ra tes eta.. call at or writ, to our oflioe. C'. W. Pl''I'li, . t Trloks AgeIn C. E DUTTt)N. Geonra Agslt. Helena. Mont. OTICE-TO TIHE ELECTOItB OF rearlt rtion dial let No. 4. eomprisinl Koulers, Mouth of No eon and Batter pre euaset, Lowisand Clarke esoatv, Montana. 1'bhe ndorligaed relist v ageSa for said distries No. 4, hereby rives molie that bhe will alt fo. the parrose of regislration of voters within eaoh snd ever precinot in his regsltration district upon the ditee and at the rI.aee named as fellows: October 9. 1I. 11--1teldese RIL . Floyd. Jo-.o, ernas Halser boaevsard and Gran Ite stre.t. October 12, 13-Northern 'asiele depot, utller. Ootober lII. 20-Posltomee, Balondee. Oet.b.r 1B. 1 7. 17., I., 23, 24. 26. 21., 27, 29, 30, resldenoe it. H. Floyd.Joneg, IHaser boulevard and Granite setet. 'lI home ollee will be at the reeldeneo of II. it. Floy.Jonss, Hanser boulevard and (iraolit avenue. 'Te boars of erlietratlon will be between 10 o'eloek a. n. and 10 o'elook p. . o all legal day.. mittiL thlbe boaSr from 12 to one p. m. a.d sir to seven r- im. from O.t. 9th to (ot. 80th, both ineliuave. R. H. FLowD-Jons. Rtegitry Agent. Helens, Moat., Oat. 4. 181)4. O(TICE IS IIEIJEFY GIVEN THAT S the time fer the registration of the samee of the qeualied eleotors in Eleetlon Dlitriet No. ,4 i the oentsr of lewis sad ('lark., and state of Montana, prior to lhe geOeral eleoloem, to be held on 1 usaday, the .lath day of Novembe, A. 1). 1.4. for the said sonaty of Lewls and Cla he, will og pie at ton o'eloek p. m. on the thirtieth day of Oesober. A . 1D. 4. Thle ames of the several preelotsl or pol.ing plao.e* ebrased in said Eleasten Distrlet No. i are au follows: Pretmnet No. *0. East Helena, at shoool beaes 1' aseiet No. 81, Spokane and Fre.sn Bar, at BIen ton's boase. J. P. ('PLan. RIllatr Apt. Eieotioe Dietreti No. 8, Lewis end Clarke o.onty, Moantana. FREEI Ores Liebig & Co., The Worl Relaowne SDpecalhts I'ERMANENT OFFICE: 13 S MAIN St IIELENA. Free consultation given to all persons suffering from ('hronic lDisiea ses Ip asse of the yIye. ar, Nose. Throat, Blomach Kidneys. IUrlnary Orrans, Nervous antl Private. Affections. The rapilly increas Ing number of pqtients in Montana de. mnand greater faalltes and aecunmimolda lions, to meet which Dra. Ileblg & ('o. have establithed offices in this rity. They will be in charge of a duly authorlted rep. resentatlve, who will report all ,omnpll. cated cases to the head offlhe. where a complete record is kept of all cases and the treatnment adopted. Ilaeh branch hav lig its specsia•lIts, no one physiclan, anid neot less than fve expertenced sleclallits have a consulttatlon Ulu every ease pre. e'ntledl. tHaving thousands to refe'r to, comprnltisolns are radlly maIde. No exlcirl. nentillg- simply applying the tret enlllt that has times without numbe'r lroe.'li sIeeh' tsfuIl. This Is the se.ret of their st.cesl and the reason seuch marvelous t'lres Ias here'toforec reported hale* beae mlide after the beat local iphysldans pro. nounceed them hopl.'lesly incurable. MEN t'hronlle affections, whcth,.r from early indlisreltlonl, \'lenerlal I'eces·,.*s, etndttal \V'caknes,, Loss of Ma1nha t, y~phillis and other aff,'ectlcs uftlling Ihemn for enjoylng any of the pleasures of life, treate,' and ecured after ahtoliute failure by others. li)re. lhcig & l'o.'a relputation fcr their ulllarralelled s1uclcesls In treating the )leeaWses of Men is worl. wide, and they have patients in all parts of It. WOMEN-Their speclallist for after. tion. of W'omen has all the latesnt appll. anrces and remedies used in the principal hospitals, and Is without a superior on the coast. ('ATARRII-And kindred affections of the Iye., Ear.,-ThroaL and Lungs suceess. fully treated, and in a manner so millyli as to be acceptable to the most delicate child. Itraces for Spinal Deformities. Club Fe'et, etc., manufactured. Satisfactlon guaranterd. ('all early and avoid belng hurried by the large number of patients. Those who cannot ndit It.convenient to see the Emi nent Specialists can state their cases by letter. (.arefut attention lgven to cor. respondenc'e and medicine and appliances sent by express. REGULAR VISIT8 MONTHLY. At Great Falls on the 15th and 16th. At Missoula on the 0Mth. At Bozernan on the 28th. At livinguton on the 29th. Montana DlviebOn--l Main street, Helena. Northern Livillon-8 .ast Broadtway, flutte City. Muntana. Southern Divislon-123 Soiuth Main street, Losn Angeles, California. Central Il)vislon-301 to 3a7 West Ninth street, Kansas City, Missourl. Western Ilivil.on--41) Geary street, San Francleo. California. Easterh 'Division-104 Randolph street, Chicago, Illinois. HERIFrtB UALE--. H W. W FOTER, plalaltif. v. Franklin Ii. Wallace, ay L. Wellas. his wife, Louis C. P. Lots, assigaes nd the Denver Ivestomeut sad anklal sompany, limited, a eorpora tloe, defondants. Under and bt virtue of an order of sate aid deare. of foroeelsure end eols issued out of the district eoari of the First Judi gll diatrlet of tie state of eoatnes, ln sad for tbe esosat of Lewis sad Clarke, on the 4th day of Otoher, A. D. 1894, in the above euttled atioa, wherea O. IL W. loster. the above named plaiati. obtalned a jadgmoat sad deere. of foreeloreon sad esl eaainit Franklin . Wellse. May L. Watlsoe, his wife. Lels C. F. Lots, ine sigae, sad the Denver Iavestment and BIakit g oompenv, e, limited, a corporation, defendnats eo the P9h day of Jali, A. D. 1894, for the sum of $4,67,86, bseldos ii terestL coats sad attlerae teon, whish eaid deeree wae on the 9th day of Jul,. A. D. 1894, rseerded Is judgment book No. J of seld sourt, at page -, I am eomsanded to sell all thoe aortain ota, plaoe or paroli of land, aits lyIlgand being 1a the oit, of Helen , eosnly of lw.le sad Clarks, state of Moeatas, and bounded sad de soribed as fellowe to-wit: For a first parot, beginn.ng t a point In the gait dd. of Chaueer street distant ainelt-three (96) feet south of the north west rserer of bloek numbared Ave handred sad thIrty-alae (539) in the original town site of said ctty of Hoeles, ruannlng theone ast seventy-five (76) feet lea point, thense. sooth twety-seven (27) foot to a polnt, theses west seventyr-lv (76) feet to a point on the olet ilde of Chaueor strut and bease north along the ust side of Chaucer street twentl-seven (27) fat to the pleas of beginning: told earoel of land constt lng of por Iions of lotq gambersd one (1) and two (2), vea ( sad (6). in said blook numbered lie lr.Ldred and thirty-nine )6891), as id4otd are numbered, deslgatsed and desetllid upon the oifsolal plat of said towaslte qoW o Ale in the ooffice of the oountylrqdgu aid county. 'Togoo tb $sad singular the teon moats, horedlitb.is and appurtennoees athereunto belonglbf. For a secoad parel, besnnalng at a rolnt in the east side of Bettle street, distent fifty-slt (66) feet north of the southwest cories of blook aumbered Ave hundred and forty-nine (649) of the Easterly addition to the sald oity of Helens, runnina~g l th north along the east side of ileattle street twet-elsl (26) feIt. thesoe east seventy sve (7() fit, theces south twenty-six (28) feet, and these weot semnty-fAve (76) feet to the plaoe of beiooling, being a portion of lotse numbered eleven (11) and twelve (12) in said blook, numbered ive hundred and forty-nine (U49), as said lots are par tieolarly deseribed upon the oselal pilt of saild Easterly addition now on fil in the omee of the eounty recorder sforesail Together with all sad singular the tnes mentes bereditament sand apportenanoes theroento be!oegiel. For a third parel, beslasnln at a point lI the aset side of Bseattle stret at the northwest sorner of the traet heroel last deserlbed, realens theboe north along the esatil side of Beattle street tweatysight (28) feet, thence Oast seventy-de (76) feet, theban south twentr.elgbt (28) feot nod thence west oeventyr-ve (75) feet to the place of begalinin, being a portion of lats numbered nine (9), teon (10), eleven (11) *nd twelve (12) Ia book numbered Ave hundred and furty-nine (.6) of the said E.sterly aditaloo, aseordin. to tboe ofolal plst thereof herlaubefore referred to. For a fouth pareol, bellnoolg at a rotnt In the southwest eorner of blook numbered Ave hundred sad forty-nine (649) in aild Eator:y addition, ruannag theooe north fifty-sis (6i) feet along the east side of le.ttle strees to the southwest oorner of the second pareol bereinhefore doesribed, thbuae east seventy-five (75) feet to the soetheast corner of esid secon1 parcel, thebne south Ifty-slt (Si) feet to a point la the north side of beoond stre. .thenoee west long theb north aide of Broend street seventy fAve (75) fees to the place of be. gionoin. beIng a po tion of lots num bered eleven (11) and Iwele (12) nto said blook usmbered ve bhundred and forty nie (641) of the Easterly addition, aoord nlg to the ofmlfit plt thereof bhereinnbefore referred to. l'ubite notion is hereby gIlve. that on Baturday, the 27tb day of Oetober, A. D., 18.4, at 12 o'look m. of that day, at the frons dour of the sourt hoes, Helena, Lewis and Clarke ounsty. ont, en. I will, in obediooee to said order of sale and d.. ser of feroteesrs and sale, sell thbe bove described ropesty, er se meeh thereof as may be oneastor to satisfy said jaigment, with Interest sod coits, to the bisheet and boot bidder, for sash In hsud. (Gilvn uloer my hand, this 4th day of Octlobr, A. I)., 1w'J4 CHAMI.EM D. CURITIA, Iherlft By Fau . E. Hlse, Under Ihuertl. Maluaa IULLLan, PlaiatLrs Att'j.