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Originators of Low P. A 11erry Christmas Greeting to All!
LADIES-Sincerely speaking and uttering our words with unusual solemnity, we repeat that we all have good reasons this year especially, to merrily greaet each other! Our arrangements for the celebration of the Christmas Jlolidays are therefore of an exceptional nature. Never in the history of Dry Goods merchandising in the Northwest have anch prodigious quantities of Foreign and Domestic Holiday Goods of every nature, kind and description, been exhibited by any caterer to the public taste, as are this week on the display and Bargain Counters of Sands Brothers. See Our Show Windows. Again We Say, a Most Cordial Greeting to You All. DRESSES. TOYS. DOLLS. FURS. From the inevitable and immortal The varietly of Dolls In unusually TAILOR *"Jck In the Box" tthe magic Jap- large and compriae every make, nls.r LA D IE S: MADE g Dancer. Some inimitable Invention 'and "Mhisy Doll" dres.se. II the most in mechanica l and rfunny, mirth provovk- f.shionalh, manner. Th, I',,n. Io, DRESSS. In Toys, In French, German and a I'n l.rmlr, or "Bleel i l I)oll" hI a This is a special Chrint wiss gooeds. Observe; all are at novel natra.ltion. m~B offerlni, the like For 'genuine Holiday Gifts Sand Bros.' Spela Holday prices. - - - - - - of which you may there are none more appropri- LEA T H E R neversee again 13rl: ate than a pretty costume of L dE lty here it t and wre h B O OKB out further preface: the newest style, both in cut, 24n, cOODS. - rench coney material and finish, and here cape, $io reduced to o The assortment in Hollday (lifts in-. CIrp 10 l d. they are: The latest conceptions for the liter- cludoe a l kinds or c'hrltmas I'rer Black Cheviot Costume cx- ary entertainment of boys and girls. ents, ant conspl Jously stanla forth 30-inch Electric Seal Specially written by the most distin- the Immense collection of Tollet ets Cape, $24 00 reduced quisite styles, sulehed authors for Chrlatmas and In all shapes and In every .l.(tall of from $32 50. $9.85 Reduced from $IS Nw, Years. All at our Special Holiday finish fitting and luxurirous appoint- 30-inch Canada Seal Prices. ment. Those goods are really of that Cape, $20 70, reduced Grey Cheviot Costume, ex- style which is pecullar in Its Oriental quisite. and yet adapabl to western from 37. 50. quisite style, FA Ntutes and requiremnts. Sands Bros. 30-inch Astraohan $9.85 Reduced from ;$1. .FA N S makel an offering this week of those Caps, $29.70, reduced uniqlue goods at Presentation Holiday from $37 50. Blue Diagonal, elegant dress, Prices. $1.4o Reduced from i8. Our line of Fans In feather and gaue j'.4o lu d from 8. ,. .,.,deserving a p .. .W h,,. Ladies' Astrachan Tan Covert Cloth Dress, them in misses' in every variety of SWISS sause, hand painted, etc., and in Ia- BA Jackets. $1.4o Reduced from $18 dies'. We excel In our beautiful se. lection of feather, gause. hand palnted e Fine quality, extra Brown Covert Cloth Dress, and real lace Fans. large sleevn,lull lengtth, superior in finish and $1.4o Reduced from $18 Mad on our Indian Reservatons in sullne of skirt and from Swiss designs. are very beautl- elegance of entourage Grey Drap D'Ete, extra finish, ful both In Swiss design and Indian fin-. are an excptionally 1 1obih. Are made in all iaes and in a beautiful lot of gar $19.75 Reduced from $So * bewitchingly varied assortment of ments Scolors. They are surprisinglly cheap. Thi weeka ree aT.... ý` Black Drap D'Ete, extra finish, and for presentation purpose would 6iedusd from f). Ov.SDo $19.75 Rduced from $3o te nducement to make all pre exaetly fill the bill. .-. sentatlon purchases of Silks at lands Tan Drap D'Ete, extra finish, B .' arse may d Ipor MIOTA JAPANESE $19.73 Reduced from $30 Those specil price tend a kind. JAPANESE Originators of Low Prices. Blue Drap D'Ete, extra finish, of silks, hoth black and colored, and Drp Dt i n those new Freneh Fancy lmk thle U os $19.75 Reduced from 30. i. the advantage, not only of suringR the very latest style., but also e bIy lag those charming Bilks at vp.dlal HOI- Are op the Imperial standard of lux U N W EA iday Sale Prices. All remnants of urlous foot matting; have taken the Silks are placed on the Barsain Coufi- Royal Mikado prise, and are specially ter and marked in plain figures at such designated the only toot mat of the prices as must Insure an early pepr- Real and Imnpelal Palace of Japan. Sands Bros. are sole Agents for Ypsilanti Underwear. ance. There are many delirable lensths Iahde Bros. now have them, and In among them, suitable for Ladies' all sl.ee. These Rugs are specially Waists, and will be a handsome and adapted for Souvenir or Holiday Pres Mail Ordee Department receives and executes orders daily. inexpensive Holiday Present. eants. See Our Show Windows. All llerchandise Throughout the Month of December Will be Sold at Holiday Sale Prices. DIFFICULT JOURNALISM. Setting Typo in Japanw Is a Most Laborl. ous Prooss. They are very keen Journalists in the land of the crysaathemum, but it mnust be allowed that the business is carried on under difficulties from whith gin the hardened western newspaper man might shrink appalled, says Henry Norman in "Real Japan." "The internal organisa tloll of a newspaper office is a sad spec tacle of daily struggle with difficulties unknown elsewhere, and really unneces sary here. "The Japanese written and printed char acters consists of the Chinese ideographs, those complicated square figures made up of an apparent Jumble of sigsags and crosses and ticks and triangles 4nd tails 'the footprints of a drunken fly'-and of the original Japanese syllabary, called kana. Of the fdrmer there are 10,000 in all, of which perhaps 14,010 colntitute the scholars' vocabulary, and no fewer than 4.000 are In common daily use, while the forty-seven simple characters of the kana are known to everybody. Therefore the Japanese compositor has to be prepared to pliae in his stick any one of over 4.010 dif ferent tyres-truly an appalling task. "From the nature of the problem sev. eral consequences naturally follow. First, he must be a good deal of a scholar him self to recognize all these Instantly and accurately. Secondly, his eyesight suf fers fearfully, and he generally wears a huge pair of magnifying goggles; and. third, as it In physically Imposiable for any one man to reach 4,000 types, a totally different method of case arrangement has to be devised. "The 'typo.' therefore, of whom there are only three or four on a paper, sits at a little table at one end of a large room, with the case containing his forty-seven kana syllables before him. From end to end of the room tall cases of type are ar ranged like the shelves in a crowded Ii brary, a passage three feet whide teing left between each two. The compositor re ii Ives his copy In large plad.es, which he cult Into IIttl. 'takes.' and hands each of thesei to one of a half dtolen boys who a* sist him. The boy takes this and plroee"Is to walk about umong th.e cases till he has Solletted each of the Ileographs, or square Chlnese picture worda. omitting all the koinn syllables which connect them. While these' hoyr are thus running to and fro, sliatching up the lypls anld jostling each oth.,r, they keep IIiup a conlinual chant, singing tihe nullnla of the character they arle looking for. as they cannot recnognie it till they hear Its souinld, the orllnur., lower-.lass Japanese inot ulnderstatndling his daily paper unless he reads it aloud." The Pains of Rheumatism. Ac.ording to the best authorities, orig Inate in a mr'.eid condition of the blood. Iactle :.'ld. caused by the dec'nmpo sitll,. of the gel4linpgus and albuminous tisrues, cir'ulates with the hinblt and at ac.ks the fbhrous tissuesa, pltrticularly Ih, the Joints. and thin , nuesn the lial rmanifestations of the disease'. The' back i ntl shoulijers ate tilj parts usually at f '*ted by rheumatiu. ian the' Joints a. the knees, ankles, hips ameud wrinPte 'mO saan sometlmes littacked. Tbu .ands of people have found Hlood's lar. saparllla a positive and pelrhlanent 'cure for rheumatism. It hna had remarkable Csu(.esle In curing the most severe' cases. The tscret of its Iutn'cen1 IIhe* in the. fNct that it t ttaerks at Imne the cause of the dirmease by leeut.aleliaing the lactl acht'i and purifying the bloond, ns well a:4 strengthenlng every function of the body.. WBa IDaby was slek, we .a e her seadors. tWhe she was a 1thlld, uhs cried for C'asta.s, hn she bteena. Miss, she clung to (astoi5a. Wse he hal d ,isdrem, she gaIethe Cs Oissla Go to to the Bee Hive for Xtaas presents. THE MARKETS New York, Dec. 7.-Bar sliver, 1%c. Lead-Steady; brokers' price, $I; ex change price for spot, $3.12%. topper-S-trong; brokers' price, 0.U50; ex change price, 0.10 asked. There was Increased activity In specula tion on the stock exchange to-day, and the market was characterised by a marked degree of strength with the exception of slight reactions at the opening. Among the most prominent Influence was the Im proved prospect for the passage of a pool ing bill. Government bonds--Firm. Petroleum-Strong; January closed 23%c bid. U. S. 5S, reg., 11. ; U. I. 5a, coupon, 11.%; T. L. 4s., reg., 114%; U. 3. 4., coupon, 115%; Pacific as, 1% bid; Atchison, 5; Adams Ex ptess, 142; American Express, 110; Canada Pacific. M%; Central Pacific, 14%; Burling ton, 73%; Great Northern, preferred, 100 bid; Kansas & Texas, preferred. t2%: Lake Shore, 136; Lead Trust. 40%: Michigan Cen tral, SS'.2; Missouri Pacific, 38%; U. S. ('ordage, 9%; 1'. U. Cordage, preferred. 117.,; New Jersey Central, 34; ;;orth American, 4; Northern Pacifc. 4%; Northern Pacific, preferred, 17%; Northwestern, 98%; North. western, preferred. 141; New York Central, bI'; Oregon' Navigation, 1); Paci.fl Mail. 22%; Pullman, 156; Rock I·land, 16%: St. Paul, ,5',. Bt. Paul, preferred. 116%; South ern Pacific. 19; Sugar. 91%: Union Pacitll. 12*; I'. S. Express, 42; Wells Partgo, 10I; Western Union, 88%; General Electric, 361; Linseed, 12%. Money, easy at 1l8P'} per cent; sterling exchange, strong, at $4.88(14.8% for de mand, and $4.87%j4.87k t for sixty day bills. Chicago. Dec. 7.-Hogs-Receipts, 34,)00 head; left over, about 22,000 head; quality fair; market active; prices steady; sales range at $.811544.40 for IIght; 14.10404.21 for rough packing: 14.1)0.4.56 for mixed; $4.304( 4.70 for heavy pa(rking and shipping lots; pigs, 32.1014. Cattle-Receipts, ,6100 head; yesterday, 11,027 head; shipments yesterday. 4.310 head; market dull; prices f4e'likw lower; the range of quotations was $2.2.3.i.tI for in ferior cows' to fancy ('hristmnis steers 1nless below $3 were as few as tho:ie it1)OVPe $6. 14heep-Re.'ipts. 12,000 head; yesterday. 12,13L head; shipmenln yesterday, .01uJ heal; market easy, r, lower. Chicago. Dec. 7.-Wheut--Dec., 5...; May, t, 9%ite.%r. ('orn-De'.. (17.r; Jan., 47%c. I Ints--Iw., 291.'4c; Juan., 20,. Ilye I('ash. 410,; L)e.'., t9c. lrran --$13., Barley- '.2.. I't I x--41.48. Timothy $.. I'rk ' Dec,, $12; Jan.., _1. I.atrd- fire.. $1irlIx; ,an., 1.H1.53. lilbs--)e'., $'.144,; Jan., ti.1t.1.gn.97%. IVnner |.. aee.na . Hlaving the neeldedl merit to more than makF good all the advertlaing 'latme fo them, the followtln foar remedles have renahed a phenomenal nale. Dr. Kin',r New )la'covery for ('onmumptlon. Conghs andI ('lld, inct' bottle gumInlinteedri , l. Ire trhte hitter., the 'great relmedy for Liver, Stomach and Kidney.. fturklen'l Ar nlrn Snlve the beFt In the wotid, and Dr. King's New Life Pill.. which are a per ferrt pill. All these temedlie are guaran teed to do just what II claimed for them andl the dealer whose name is attached herwlth will be rIndl to tell you more of them. Sold at Parchen-t'Acheul Drug Co. Brought Him Down. Irexington. Ky.. IDec. 7. -Frank My ram. I corIc\l t, testllfylinK In co'urt, was fatnlly sMht to-day. lie hanko awa. at the Jnil d,1', knockilng Deputy Wil kern..n down. The pIlinn"r ran down tihe Mstreet flilwed by W.tk.ikeri who Ilrid Ihle s holt, Qlllli the iprlinner. Meyers wa. serving six years fur burga lary. Ilhloh'. Cure in sold on a guarantee. It curse Ineplent Consumption. It I. the beat Cough Cure. Only one ent Ia done. Stors., K eta. and $1. For sale by Par cbhen-IV'Aheui Drus Co. Special salt of albums at the Dee Hive this week. MORE- BACK ACHE H: ''ko~5LES SI tAVEL' j CONSTIPATION, INFLAMATIO N VO BLADDER. AID SALL AO/DNAY D/SEAS£S..J Panhem.D'AA..IYIy Dv. Heol, most.. wholmli 40268 lHERIFF'I BALE. Jarvis-Conklin Mortgage Trust com pany, plaintiff, vs. John Steinmetz, Lena Bteinmetl, his wife, Henry L. Frank, and Reil, Murdock and Company, a corpora tion, defendants. Under and hy virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the First judi cial district of the state of Montana, In and for the county of Lewis and c'larke, on the 19th day of November. A. 1). 1891, In the above entitled action, wherein the Jarvls-Conklin Mortgage Trust company. the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against John Steinmets, et al.. de fendants. on the 19th day of April. A. D. 1Mt9, for the sum of $2,77.399, besides Ilter at., costs antd attorney's fees, which said decree W.as. on thie 19th day of April. A. I) 1894, recoriledl in judgmnt hook No. J. of saiI court, at page ---, I tam commlnldedlc to sell all those certain lots, Ileces or par eels of lend, situate, lying tind being In the county of Lewis and ('larke, state of Montana. and hounded and diescrlbed as follows, to-wit. The souith hairl or the southwest quartlr.,. .Id Ile +oitthwest quarter of the souItheast quartl.r of section numnlber fourteen l ti. in township nullmler eleven t i) nort'h, rn tie Intmber four (4) west of the Montana ptrincllal meridian. contalinin one hundrred and twenty (121) aires, more or leass, together with all ditch no111t Watet'r rights theilPtrinto )'lOllging 5or in anywise appertainlll., whether reprc seinted Iby shorles of capital stork in sny 1itch cotmllplny or by ptrivate ditch ot ditiches. or interest therein. 1'nthlh notitcl is here'?y given that on 'Vledesday, the 12th day of )ectemher. A. It. 19.1, at 12 o'tclo'k m of said day, at the front door iof the court house, lHletn.t, ewI.'l iin st (Clarke cotlllly, lMontana. I will Itn oIedlience to salti order of sale IIniI oIi' 'rue of foreclosure Uand anii', sell the anlove doleribed property, or so much thereof is. may bw Il'essnlary to IAntisfy said judtg Inlnt, with Interest iani costs, to the lushrat and beat Ildder. for Insh in hantd. Illven under any hndi this 11th day of November. A. 1). 1.94. I'IIAItlIC I) (' 'ItTIN. Sheriff Ily FitEI) I'. 114)HH, I'llder herilff. Ml. Bullard, plaintiff's attorney. N(oTI'ItC 0ile SBT 'KHOiLE.I SRI' MIEET INtl. Notclle Is hrebhy given of the annual meeIllll of the ll atkholders of the Ileelat Natllonal hank of Ilelern, Montana, to he hethl et the banking offtlre of that aeno ellttllln between the holur of 20 a. in. and four p. m. on the' Ith day of January. Iti.. The Ipurposes' of such meeting blein tIhe elhtinll of thirteen directors for thIIIn uling year. and also voling on the propo -ition of voluntary liquldation for the pIur pose of eonsolldtling with the PIrlst Na tional biank of Helena, Montana, and .luch other buslness as may properly (n brought before the meeting. (OJO. F. COPM. Cashier. SHERllrFF' BAIA. Charlotte R. Johnson, plalntlffs vs. Thomas Quinn, defendant. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and deeree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the First ju diclal district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. oh the 1st day of December. A, D. 14N, in the above entitled action, wherein Char lotte R. Johnson, the above named plain tiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against Thomas Quinn, defendant, on the 16th day of No vember, A. D. 4,N. for the sum of M31.41, belides Interest, costs and attorneys fees, which said decree was. on the 15th day of November, A. D. 1894, recorded in judg ment book No. J, of said court, at page -, I am commanded to sell all that cer tain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being In the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bound ed and described as follows to wit: The north sixty-four (04) feet of lot number fifteen (1i), in block number forty-seven (41), of the Northern Pac.iflc addition to the city of Helena, county of Iewis and Clarke, state of Montana, according as said lot and block are more particularly described ulpon the official ilat of the said addition now on file In the office of the county clerk and recorder of said Lewil and Clarke county, together with all and singular the tenements, heredltaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or In anywise appertalining. Public notice Is hereby given that on Monday, the 24th day of D)ecember. A. 1). 1814, at 12 o'clock S. of that day, at the front door of the 'olurt house. Hlelena. Lewis and Clarke collunty. Montana, I will. In obedience to said( order of sale and dc cree of foreclosure and sale, sell the aborve described property. or so much thereof ias may tw necessary to satisfy said Jutdr ment, with interest and costs, to Iti. highest and best bidder, for cash in huli. lliven under my hanl, this 311 ilay of December. A. I'. 1R,(. 'HAltIIB ID. 1't'lITlf4. 4h.-riff. It)y I.'l ) . II(t tH, I'nder th.irh f. ('illrn & Toole, plaintlff'r luttourns. t'hnllnllP 3 1)111.(1 11, Illllnllfl \ r 4 Rl 4lo'i. IsItt, I I:nlMl~it' . di I:. 1\ ..'' i'.r L nd r Bfld Illl. *.I M lt iii', :i1 1I Ii.l.uI '. 1',' (IL()ll dlerll l II'holFnlXnl-.l~, l and d -ire.' of fore'slnsnire atrid rill.- jitaed trill ill the' sIIrat. st sons1 f ie' Il'tisIt ,In. tilbial sliatail' of ili.' ,.t~na' it \ulonutrtsnr lin andi fotr the ounntý err I,,*w'I Ilt-) t'ink,'. oh l Ibe ltat day' o I I' * 11ro riA ji hle.l. InI lii'Ibe I IIt aitv 1.n 1 sir4 llli. wtlo hr c 1'hal'lotI, dolllt-MI, I t.' shove nl tn.",l plalo till', obltalfned. a brM udas.ii Is ii de, is'..o fniti'lorri and rall lI'I I:tllti-t Ih.' hahoys nat'sd te'fi ainta nin the Ii. lit h a1 it o No tc'ntrtsa' A. 11. 1I1,iIsa tutu ss ( *.t5I htu o s5, br'Ild,'ri lihtti'ii, t'ort''.r lm alt tail ?ii',t ts'i'q, wt i.ith pal s drt re wit H. sit It th.i 1511 Iln of Nary'mbter. A. 1). MI, 6. ri 'dr orlsIn Jail i - wre'nrt book No. .1, of r'rrlsl 'Diri st urpav - ,I atm t'ommatnilsI t, -ell kill ithat i"er ttail? l It, plt lr.' or pa? r, el 111i11. I. tttilri lying andl lnlhi In t). I'saiut of l,.w'Ip ol 11 attcrlsrs Islissiti. tsr titt Llnt Na fsurtat'ee (141. Ini taloalt I. if t he Itlk.' sas~l l Iiti to lt'the1ly ..r Ielsertn, Irs' killthst lolt bravIng a. f'olttatl s'' on Its sislttit all fortt'-tRO (42) feet, irri as tsplsh ofar.ni' Iiiulit''- (tin') fret, ars sir tg to itrss ti issirs lot andu block tsr, tilolti ls?51tls'sitit t sl,'"srlbata. upon the' lit.irli liili tumetula'st sit Iis' sianir aIldltlssr. nttss silt Ile In Ii ofictss of the. 'ountyt , liNl atnt tare'utst'i 'I till, couatty of I,.'Itt i ol i liti'k.'. calast' ,is Iilssttatiat. toge'ther suits ill atnd i'lisktilb the. tlonmettl'tt, hers ItIsrss rix auitd alsiri tteliatti''C tlacreututi, ls'lsslitltria or ht i tri i atu ln'atusaartatfllna. P'ul 11, oti,. In. h." I' µi~ ti I h t o.n utee ry. the 34th ut> o * I )a,','tite., A 10 19914. at 18 o'clock mi of that dlay, fit Ih ftccii door or the. owl, honereee I icitut,. JreWI and Clarke. roIIusIt'.. Muntena. 1 will. tIe obedlence to 'ull ci 1.'I oI(f "e 11cIii '1r *,..e of tot lfaure snd -it,', seltcheIh' etiov' Id'es, 'hedl property. t - ~ tiuuh the".'. it e titus tuC fl6aneaa'y t~ .. i ry aud jl Jutr rncct, with intereuet cuil , dta, to I he' hlh e'ee ethl boat bidd'e ru, for'ai In heeuii. (i vetn under my huini this 3 day of tIe rrnmher, A. D. liN CHARL Rq It. c'I'RTIl. $h'rlf. fty VRUD U. Hast$Ia cnder Shrrtft. Cullcn " Toole, )uIcIntttT'M attorne'ys LOST ENEROY A. " "trw. h p.wm.a .l L"L MEN «t i iºýw t b£MM/wtw a etra OR WOMEN. Aeuveg w*a .** Y 31,a . S e.. me. SWZND OALRZLSOM'S -WO Sale and Exchange. An Improved ranch three miles from White Bl!lphur Springs; 16U acres; about sixty acres seleded down to timothy, bal anrce under cultivation. all under fence; food range adjacent; good house, with lhath, barn and stable, corrals, two gran aries, sheds; everything In good order; first class water right of MO Inches. always plenty of water. A thorougthly equipped ranch. Prler, $4.20. Will sell on easy terms or exchange for Helena real .slate. A well locaitesl ranch of 271) arres In Ithe Ilitter Root valley, four miles from 8tev. enlville, the county Hsent: onvenonsllell ito schnol alt I hurlh: amptl w tetr; llhctr fil .ce; Ilt nl .y f l iistlinttgsI , Snl c'orrals \'l.II exchange for Helehna rIeal eslibte. \\ ill Includh e nllrminll Inpllme'1 nts. Iltnch of 1(C) acres On I)enburlsrin :'iv. hewe t log house. 'alilln. stableh, harns ant I oIl'ralsl; hulltllings I nsurt el for $Mtl, iouit tlt 1C sln premlises of $1Ia to run about t(lti'res yoa rs. Will taks, IIelenlit teal est ate Worth Iti) for equ'slitly. or w ill exl ehanre for 'ord noosl or stock. tInproved ranch of 1it0 lries nar lotn setti, tinOuri: frami', lihouse, of three roomns. bint hrl' rnR appl." a 'nd IIwh Irees. itsn . 1 itlrtiltr, ash. osl k ndll ninaltl; nil In1 olmb a'n.l . \\ 1 I .lexc llule [I)1r I1.*, 11t rtstl . t is11 . A 11111t low.r r-)o m l +l l n1111 1,, \ilh '<111 11 n it I s, .s. ii wls st I t h ti I:i i . 111"11 ,11, b I. k 1'01iIge l 0 1 \ Pt"( "Ioo s'ltl' .lolni s, l4 44 l etl blll ', pilthi l l hllmllh n,:: ., iith ,te' r'tln .oU lnue 1011n| t '\"ll Inn m lll (1 l llll 1t ill on Q luth .11.Main ~lr,,t, t1 , I .,1 , istll ; s.ti l I"hblln '. 11 Ih " nslit 5 \\I sI Is~h "1,n.1 .1, ethrs, e ol |I.,| hilh strlattle, II1'111' l "'l) 1~ '| (·111 1·', (·1?.'. r ,|LI \ :llr tn t1II LIII r I rr rine. AT I.H1. Iow n II) t1:11, $10 ,1 1 t%, 1 Io I ,', al elll ton w aI t e'arIt I'. ll.; In lie 1ntth 11 eto $| 11 It \tslo ill l s Quntrt pr a iii,,, n I i n ~ nptnc o IhI, l P i t"111'| i Iu t l ltItth T and ill' ,"1. 1rlNe, IT..' dohwn*Isre I S l N r I. l wr llrllll|ltu with rt fllr hird un Iree1, il num . fiat doti c $11 nirs," 10 rn. furnish alllnr~ ll and ll, u nr nllieIl. MA THESON , O0 GOLD BLOCK. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining ENGINERS No. S.US APPLICATION OR PATENT. United States Land Ofce. Helena. Mee. tans, Nov. 1. 104. Notice is hereby given that Joseph P. Latsch. Andrew Thompson and Jeme I. Mattice, of Helena, Mont., have this day made appplication for patent, under the mining laws of congress, for the Little Alma lode mining claim, desig. nated as survey No. 4.447. situated ino Lump gulch. unorganised mining dis. trict, Jefferson county, Montana, it townships No. 8 and I north of range l west, which claim is recorded it the offlee of the recorder of Jefferson coun. ty, at lioulder, Montana, and deecribed as follows: Beginning at corner No. 1 of said suirvey No. 4.49 from which the clue* Ingl section eorner between sectlons 5 andl i, townshlip No. I north of range No. I west., benr south 89 deg. 49 miin. east 3.47i.3 feet and running thence Ilurth 41 dog. 2 min. west 3.a. feet to corner No. 2: theltlr south C4 dog, 39 min. west 1.410.6 f.ot to corner No. 3; thence south 41 deg. 53 min. east 431 feet to corner No. I; thence' north I. deg. O nmln. east I,a.;i feet to corner No. i. the place of be. gitnliltg, embracinlg an area of 12.45 acres of which 2.17. ares is in confllkt with survey No. t1,61 and Is claimed, ulpo, which a notice of said application was posted on the 13d day of Uctober. 1894. The only klnown adjoining claimn to the' iemisrnl.s in the Virginia lode. UIlnlurv'\') ,. on the east. VW. i1. LO(X. Register. Date olf t. It cpubcti'ation ov. l . l Langholec t. 1 .c,,. Attorneys. Room o. : lo blr. I blc . k 'ont. loo FAT PEOPLE I'.1l11 tIl:141'ry l'll.I.a4 will reduce ýuur et"I'llit I l' I lA Nl NTIA frou 12 10 1:. In~nnl'wr amunlth. Ni) $ l'A IIVINSI. Pl ku,.m or Injury; No Pt'II.1(1W. They l:ldI 'Ip 'h," hujiltI toll t.nrtt,,sa Iih' cIrn. plixlon. tI .tvisg NaI %W tIN ll I'M or fltb. hIivess. $'I'ii ''' Al istO M l' Nr 55 aul dll rnult hIu lsen sist .us l'I ,.ll l. Nlt IIf'. ' IU. M NI I:NIlt. Itin II *I fl.* s nd iposllive rellcf. lispt, 15. mis) srtor yenta of e'xps~zerlee. All urdrry nup*Lpltrd l dl re, t rl1I·I)I1 our nfll·e. I rti... $2 lii2 Irtckai', or three. packuages for u,, l y mol ushI,tliitt 1'esthunhtslv muti pusr, asularu ja. It'll) ,.. All .fl'mr.'.nwt'ndon strlIct ,lv tintllarntlaL PAIIK Bl.ANDY ('ll. ltoston. Vass. m L 6d. - I r