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Dreamland! Fairyland! Bargainland in Montanaland!
LADIES-The capital city this week presents an aggregation of Holiday Presents unique, artistic, universal in its contribu tary collection and attractive beyond anything ever conceived in this western country. We make it an object for you to purchase your Chrisagas Presents this week. Avoid the inconvenient rush later on. Select with comfort now, and leisurely pick out what suits you. Always the cheapest! We beat our own and the world's record this week! Please call early each day, and thus escape the crush of our afternoon's trading. FURS. LADIES--The "Per Plie" at sands Brop. every doy now. We mesa by this expression that the rapid retailing la genuine dpsaddbio Furs as p'e. nomenal In their ster Ith!e season. But on Mood~y and ll week "tbe !ur will ft"ln downright sorrest if the lowest priore ever asked for bonest, reliable Fure can move senible and eol' gteued people to bualnessllke actions. For money eaving and striot eoonomy there is no person who would buy Pure any. where but at S.n Is Bros this wree'. Don'e invest one oeut in Furs before you inlpeet our stock. We don't sell trashy furs, and all our F.rs £?* g trrab teed-absolutely guara-. ted. Pure for Holiday Praeat. B .v big money and go at once to Sands Bros. The biggeet, the briskest, th mightiest Fur retallinj, becauoe of the prices and volLeo, will take place and In the meal unreserved manner this week at Sands Bros. Take Elevator to Fur Floor. Originators of Low Prices. 8ee Our Show Wtndow,. They Incdoate the Magalotlat Iatkior Display. GENERAL NEWS OF THE STATE Columbia Fails. The Junior Epworth League of the M. E. church gave a tea party at Ful lerton's hall on Sat.. Dec. 8. F. W. Downer departed Sunday morn ing on a business trip to Helena. On Monday the members of Engineer Sullivan's party were laid off, as the work on the line between Columbia Falls and the coal mines was finished. R. W. Main went to Spokane Tuesday on a business trip, returning Sunday. Mrs. Dennis Sullivan, of Butte, has purchased the Philip Fleming ranch on the east side. A. J. Chapman, the well known anti molny artist, was in the city Sunday visiting friends, of whom he has a large number In this bailiwick. He re turned to Hoit Monday. Theondore Gibson and II. F. Collett. of G(reat Falls, arrived Monday evening for a hunting trip in this section and departed the next morning for the mountains, accompanied by It. S. Wil liams. Attorney 1). F. Smith, of this city. has been appointed a commissioner of the United States district court, be fore whom the land filings, final proofs and other such business may be trans acted. The county commissioners met Mon day and are still In session. The Co lumhlan learns that the expenses of the county this quarter will be over $23.000. The election coming in this quarter makes the expenses high. The total of collectable taxes is $75,476.06. and $23, 000 per quarter would make the expen sea exceed the revenue by about $17,000. J. i. Rullivan. A. i. Clark and E. C. I'ollard, engineers who have been sur veying the line froml this city to tthe North Fork coal fields. we re' unlmoned to Ana(.nnda on crmnlltio".tn iof their work here. Engineer Smith in now run ning a line from the IlK Fork to this city. The books of Treasurer King show that the people of Flatheam county are in better financial condition now than last year. The 'olli'ctlnas 'if the two years are as follows: Im94-Tixe's c', lected. $66.7f16.6; delinl quent, $t.,7",.20. 1l93--Taxes collected. $63,231.23; delin quent, $23,257.91. Creat Falls. John Morgan and H. C. Lawrence left Friday for Ienver, ('ot. (1. W. Jordan on Fridaiy purchnsed a ticket at the depot for Liverpool, Eng land. P. J. Hhelds,. of Ieilt. Is in the city to-day. He reports work progressing on the new coke plant and the mines running aihbout as usual. J. A. ('iram. of Lowell, a millionaire stockholder In the H. and M. and Itutte and Boaton companies, came in Fri day and is regiaterel at the Park. The IndlesI of the I'rsbyterlan I'hurc'h art' making preparations for a "apoverty ,ociaI" whatev'er thaIt may nlmean, to be given at the church on the 14th inst. W. I Iarltriay, of Lethhridge, general nuperintendent of the (Ireat Falls & ('anada road, was In the city on buliness connected with his ofth'litl du ties. A. Nathan han completeld Ills adjust rt*lment h;i% ti;lt insluraoirn. cntlnllllen fior the loss by the recent flle, and every thing is saitd to have hern arranged in a nitlst . tiafnct0try Inmnner, t'hr'is Volk. otf the well-kt nown firm nof V'olk itros, has julst contplted a ten Itotn residence cnastructed of otii stIln,. O'ver 210i tlree halve Iltten Ipllntelri irotind the l il nastoinn, ntd the llint't is supplied with city water thrloughout, The A. It. I'. have made tarrange mletnts to meet hereafter in the Tradtie I'unicil hall on Central avenuell and have\ cihianged their mIneting tight from Wednesday Ito Motnday evening. Mr. M. D. Shaw, manager of Ute Cal houn Opera comnany, was In the city Friday morning with Manager Chamberlain for the season's dates in (Great Falls. The engagement is for two nights, probably Dec. 19 and 20. A private letter received here a day or two ago states that the Rev. John Reld. formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church here, and now located at Santa Rosa. Cal., is dangerously ill with pneu monia. Mr. Reid was the first settled pastor in Great Falls. Silver Division No. 10, Uniform rank of the Knights of Pythias, have se cured the old store room in the Arvon block, on First avenue south, formerly occupied by Hughes & Co. as a teed store, for a drilling hall, anil they will meet there two nights in the week for drill. The Mill and Smeltermen's union, which is the largest labor union in the city, comprising about 450 members, have determined to give an entertain ment and dance Christmas eve. The entertainment will consist of a musical and dramatic programme in the after noon at the opera house and a dance and sulpper iI the evening at the Park hotel. The MIack Fagle band and other musical talent has bIen secured and the irogramme rendered will he a treat in every way, some of the beat vocal musicians in the city having volun teered to assist. Arunrangements have been completed between L. (. Phelps andl a committee of the I. O. O. F.. by the terms of which a large and handsome society hall will be secured lin the Phelps block. It will occupy a space including ante rooms, tanqueting hall,. etc., seventy-five by fifty-five feet on the upper story of the new block, and plans are now being prepared for its arrangement and deco ration. When the new hall is com Ileted it will be the finest society hall in the city. It is understood that while the deal war closed between the I, O. O. F. and Mr. Phelps, an agreement war reached with the Ma4nns to go in witih the Odd Fellows In the deal. Bozeman. Married, at the M. E. parsonag'. lozeman, D)ec. I. John Itae and Mi.s. Lizzle t)rr. Rev. Jaob Mills oftlciating. Horn, at Spokane Falls, Wash.. D1,e(. 6. to the wife of Harry A. James, a son. Mrs. John Mardls is reported some what seriously 111. Lewis Isay hrouukht lout his horses and cattle fromt thei"' uIpper tiallatin buIatinI this week. Will HRea returned from liutte, where hie' disposaed of it carload of abhage. lite. It. M. I )U aldaln hlls returned hitltw from )ee.r Ilit dg. lie idelivtered! a ltcture there Thurs.aiIy Iilght. E. A. Maynnard andii family hiave mlved in frimn the Madisol.n Llitand are ati home tn their cottage iion Templur Live nile. A fair and festival. for the benefit (if t1. Jamen' church, will he held on WV.nellsllay. Thulslllay rand Friday af l'rnoonl4 nlid eveninllllgs I)ec. 12, 1:1 ansl 14. at the Hotel ilH.zemlnlln. There will ta' fewer delinquent ilx )payer this year in Uillltiln counltly thani there was last year -nln ('videnilc of slinwly Ilnlrvinlg flnutncial coinditions F. iI. Nettleiton, of t'revi.es, arrived ihi tilhe city Thilna14ay. I1e is 1 n hil. wlay to his old lihome in Nw illillampshire to spend the' holhlltys with relatives. Frank 1.tlns anld N-els N.lolsl, who lately ntilced 'lfrom Lyonst. Neh, ha v." lltfIIltteld for ai winter In the miluttntiini nnd will hunt and trap up in Mhidle crerk hasin. A young lady, Misa Alnderson,l. from lHoward. i ste ppingi with NId,'r litn nIit's, family and attendilnllk sihool. The exrellen'pe f Ilizemll n'n iwshools is known far amid wide. thfl i. It, '. eidl Ir em , i'hl mh ln d lid I v'e Anllderlenill. the Cluliteed Nar iexterml - nillollr, wenilt over inlte the ixte'n Mile icurlntry on ii hlnting expedilltio n this week Theilr r. turn. Inlad n with the trophlie of lithe chase, ls anxiously looked for. .J. M Lindley his sold his Inelurann. lstiness tio ItC. Myltlon Ferris. Mr. Ferl' ris exp. i real eptat** to bei tr Imore ac tilv demand it the near' future and will Silks. To-morrow (Monday) morning we be gin a very special sale of Silks in the most popular and certainly the newest and most desirable evenings shades. All the prettiest, loveliest and most dell rate tints In Crinkled Crepes, .urahs, C repe Boufre, Satin Rhadames, etc., etc., and this Is a special sale for Xmas presents at the smallest prices which you have ever known or heard of. Silk Remnants of all kinds will be found on the bargain counter to-morrow, In all lengths, and at prices that will "make them go." DRESS Patterns. A revelation to close, shrewd shop pers will be the prices, the special holi day prices, at which we offer all un made Dress Patterns this week, 7% and I yards In length. This collection is representative of all the most popular styles, weaves and colorings in French Fancy Nobby Cheviots, in Crepe G(ou fre, etc., etc. Those are sensihle holi day presents which suggest practital economy, and will be long and heartily appreciated. Spec'al holiday pr!ces this week at Sands Bros.' Dolls. Children, we Invite you all to our Basear for Xmas, and more especially to "Our Great Doll Show." You will see prettily dressed Dolls, bisque heads, pretty mlilnlg faces, satin bon nets, sashes, shoes and stockians, clos Ing eyes, full flowing genuine human hair, and your mammas will wouder at the low prices at Sands Bros.' Rugs. Parlor Rugs, cosy, festivy, and with the use of our newly Imported Japa nese "Miyota" Rug it may be regard ed as aesthetically correct In its royal adaptation to the most luxuriously ap pointed home. Most suitable Xmas presents. Mall orderp will receive prompt, careful and thorough attention. I devote considerable attention to trans actions In realty as well as Insurance. Sam Bostwlck, son of 8. A. liostwick, of this valley, was married at Madlison, Wis., on Thanksgiving day, to Miss Grace G. Smith. They will make their home at New Lisbon. Wis. E. H. Burket. of Iowa, visited his brother, W. B. Burket, last week, and In now at Pipestone Springs vislting his brother, Chas. R., who was recently elected to the state legislature. The M. E. Sunday school has pur chased a supply of new song books. By the way, yuu ought to hear that quar tot, Messrs. Pisher, Hartman, Mrs. Hartman and Miss Imes. It is superb and no mistake. Talk about good roads! A farmer brought to town the other day with a four-horse team. upwards of five and a half tons of grain, or to be exact. 11,200 pounda. How Is that for a four-horse load on wheels? H. S. Corbly. for the past year clerk In the county clerk and recorder's otflce. has secured the position of principal of the Belgrade public school. The citi zons of telgrade are to he congratu lated on having ee, tled the services of such a( competent educator. The numerous friends of John S. Mtendenhall will regret to learn that he is still confined to his home on account of lingering Illness. which so far baffles the skill of his regular physician. Ed Hanly has sold his hrick residence opt Templar avenue to Dr. G. I,. Hogan. ltev. Mr. Donaldson, who has been oc cupying it, moves prior to the end of this month to the Nevitt house adjoin ing Frank Neshitt's residence. Dr. Hogan will occupy his newly purchlased pr)operty after the first of January. Emory Cobb, of Kankakee, Ill., presi dent of the Roseman National bank. In making his annual visit to our city. For many years Mr. I('hli has taken a deep Interest in the welfare of Ione man, an, notwithstanding the present hard times, he predlcts for it a future healthy growth and financial prosper V. Il] ('lineP hid, I10 nr,, in ttit 1evl~r. from whIch he h.er'a ntuted 4.1,00 hulsil. an1 liVsirnil. ,If n ricPI. frtlry-tw', hush,,lp :ti the atr,. He hRnj slxty'-tive a(.'es In ouati frt ln which the, yh lh wtll :Wii. 0 buhells. nn taverage if lIft.y.-ft tr litu.lih eil to the htre. In fire wheat hi' had twe'nttty Mrle and iiiart\'uitild Tilt| 1.05i is, atn atl rag' iof thl'-flve thein lt I.he itel. l11s hiy tt1) p wIls 2,'ii ills f llll 16r. acril.. T'li Inhit wvhlstlI fromln n tllrislhillg tntl hlittI' eingIn.' fir thIs ,'I.an wlvais haitrd RI ";ito iIlok TtII'lty II."i nltg 1it Ilrtlielen ps, W' tl lnllllilln, linllr inlll,1 vill,,. Th'll flinishl,,, IIu p the t r,.,liing, li(lk Rlndl rl,'lln iII sIiIhell in co'ulllllty. Till, (.rolpi el-irt. Pxctll'I otntt getlerll i y thrIugh iut the \.nll.l , the graIln of llgood qul ItIy, of ci.iur'n,, nil th'llh hrvPtlilltg ind Ithr tihling stasi n itniver tote fTa vrit-alilt' forl nill ieinl'iqrned -thel iconllrl'tgl thiil Men t,.n ant inst hing vt ry tmtrked WVillimnt 1]ngilch Pol't. II. A. I.. liho. cd th, fothiwllwI ng tt'.PrI ci,. I for the eittltig ,enri ('titmntttlnert. I', II. Slil llul,; Mrl. V. I'.. It. b', 4)nharn'l: Jr. V'. I'., iI, \V. F'lianlerl': ,.flker'l ,f the illiy, A. .., IEl ul ll; ililnitlirmnaltor.l' W .' Y., mtlnillh; post suetttoiit, it,. It. M Whit' Iol,: c .hnplalhn, J. ('. I.itIh.; lll'per itf the gatrt rlt.ll li. IIIItllger. Intllaton fIrst Nt atttlnv it.n Anita. Iner ll bnuen.-eP. lilngInl thelnli' ne el mrlt to more than itl. ki gooti tIll t ulh avi' rt ilinttg cl im for ttltlm, ihtl l followil fTItur remidlii have rtiai'hid i lihenontanil uile. tur. King'. Niw ItI)stovery fIol l' 'olntumpip on. ('olighs m onlldohlla . ilh battle luranteedlll . Ilie. trh. Illiter., the Ireat remely for lver, ltomal'h anll Kiineym. llit'kletn' Ar nica Italvl Ihe beat in Ihe world, lanl Ir. King'.u New Life PIlll. whlih are a ll per feit pill. All theme remellli are gluaran teeil to tIn jiust whart i ililmed for them and the delaler whone ilatell i atlu.tii,, herwlth will be glad to tell you more of them. ISold at Parchen-D'Acbeul Drug Co. There are Ito mand ildeert; along thih line of the (Ireatl Northern. It II apaible oat t'onltilluouU ettlelment Irolll the lgreat lake. to Puget w Underwear. An unenmmonly handsome present I. at set of "Ypslllantl" Inderweuar, for which Hands Bros. are the sole repre. Isentatcve Mgents. They have also tho.s ladlnes' Aus tralian Wool and Maco Yarn Vests and Pants, alld Ladlles' l'syptkln Yarn ('onthlngtion SRultt. Orders for those dellKhtflll Xmain presenIts will he ex cuted at those sipelal hucllday Iprlires which are the wonder of eve rybodly. Umbrellas. Onel of the' handsomest, mnot season ahl., and in malny reIpect's the moslt ap prolprlate XmanH present is tun (I'mbrella. The prl ttlc . ae' at H .0.,. tiron.' liItes' All Rilk I'mbrcllam. N n's All Bilk 'affeta or Herge., with Uoli, t cry, Nat ral Wood (carvel) and 'elituloeI Handles, fold in the tlghte.lt compas.,. are paragon frames, and are also lpara gonn of art, workmanhhlp and skill. Iluy early; only a limited number in stock. Hosiery. Spclial Holiday I'rices In all Ladles' English Extra Quality Cashmere Hose, finest grade of Imported Cashmere, full fashioned, etc. Ladles' Black Wool Hose, fine gauge, seamless and full fashioned foot. Our Hosiery D)epart ment In Silk Lisle. German and Irish Balbriggan Hose will furnish delight ful goods for holiday presents. Eiderdown QUILTS. By far the acme of genteel gift of fering Is one of those Luxurious Arctic Feathery, Downy, Soul Inspiring Bed Spreads. We have pillows of the self same dreamy poetc suggestiveness, and a Xmas present of this kind is more than utilitarian: it Is typical of an "Elyslum on Earth." NOTICE OF HEARING. In the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of Mathias Buckner, deceased. James B. Loomis having presented to this court and filed with the clerk thereof on the 10th day of November. A. D. 1I94. a petition praying for an order requiring the administrator, with the will annexed. of the above named estate, to specifically perform a certain bond or obligation of hie decedent by executing to said petition er a conveyance of the following deserlbed real property, to-wit: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate lying and being in the city of Helena, county of Lewis and Clarke, and state of Montana, bounded and particularly described as fol. lows, to-wit: Lot nine (9), and the west six (6) Inches of lot ten (10), In block one (1), in Montana avenue addition to the city of Helena. Montana. Notice is here by given that the said court has fixed lat urday, the 16th day of December, A. D. 144, at the court room of department No. I of said district court, In the city of Hel ena, Montana, as the time and place for healing said petition, at which time all persons Interested therein may appear aid show cause, if any, why such order should not b5 made. Dated November 10, A. D. 1C4. JOHN REAN, Clerk of said Court. By H. J. Casedy, deputy clerk. OHR1)IR TO 1HO)W CAUI:R. In the district court of the Flrst J.uIIl c('ia dsltrict of the statel of Monltanali. It and for the county of Lewin and Clarke. In the matter of the, estate of \\'llllan E. Cleveland, d..eased. Order to show cauttae why order of sal. of real eslatl' shouhl tnt Ie nImade. It appearlng to thils ,olirt, by the potl Ion this day Ire.tent ed ianl fliel by Alns a, nI ttIlirllrd, the adinstlnl rator of thl tatet of William I. 'l9el ,Lintd, deceased that II In necessary to se'll the whole (I somen portion of the real P sat:Ite of aitd die , tent to pay the idebts of d'o't''lent fnil thi -x-lplnenlx and ihan.g,s of ndintit.stulr tlon. It I+ th.'ir.,fore orde.red t fhi.s ml i the Itll i''I.tons itlerestet.I l Ith, e.4t t te of ith de, ,n'In l appl' hefot th. I "h.' i sd D Iea't oI lModtay, the 7th day of lit inury. A I ltI., at the hour of tetll l'li k a. t). of eHill rlt', at the cnoutt roomltl f I hIplItnlln No. 2 of salat court, fl the llcort housi e. It tlhl' it.' of IHelena,. in the .ount)i of h.el, nld I'Clarke. state of Monlltana, Ito Ih cntauie why an order sholdt not hie Et'ilI i.I to elnid admlnlstritor to s'ell a. tniu.,I of the sail rentl elatel, iai shall bIe ileei. Saty, anit that a (,t111 of thisi order hI piltlehlt four sui,.'s',s.li' weeks ith lb II. li:l lntll l Ind hl pl 'slnd ,ll , i i i.'· n pllll .e prilihn and publishh,,I lit iild countly. llltel Dtecenmber Ilth, A II ti!il (dlinled) H R.lt'i: it. Ill'('K. I iltI I't Judge. NOTICE FOR ll It'II.It'ATION. I'. 14 iLand , t ell., Helena, Mont , tli. o0, 1894. Complaint hlaving beeln I I nteaRt ed at thll OfllIc, b)y Mary V. Iliisl1,ll AgIllnst l \III lai K IrlllRtmn, Ior ilnnllllldlllllloig hi: hlt'os'tend entry No. 5271. latted tI. .~) 18ftl. 1Il1on the nI% aii, 1tIel sIet4, alid not., ne.l4 oetllon 10. township tIl n. rlllte o d wv in Lewla and Clarke c1.unty. Monltatnt with ai vlew to the iinb ltatllltl of pmI.1 entry; the sald p)rttltl Irl. hlereby oiIttI Itnoet to appear at tlhis oftle otill the 12ti illy iof IMeembner, l814t4. it It o'lllock i. iit to respond and llurnlsh ll irltilony cont tcat ning said alleged illttilonmitetnt. JMIllMIAIl COtlI INR. 1Receiver. 'tt14'l HOLDERl' IiiH,:TINil-The tilt ltit meetinfl of ithe at. khliters . ol It t1llln IRa ton . 'oke un l t'hil ollllltpan IIl i-" ohh lit the oflfh .I the Ileln.wi ilni I l lit t)il l SIsmel atil n a lI I'Ofdl4Ottih l 111111 pini) Ielena. Monthol,. Montlle). It,'. ttI leI Ill. IM. at II a. in fI'r he itr ii, I ,el,'tllltt a board of It u.'ie'l for the litns iµ v.ear. and lor Ihi. I,'.il"ttinIonsl of niI otllhr biusinees Ia na Ino iotlerly. comenl, ieIt Iol'.r It. 0. It. Ai.I.i'N. ecrvtar'y. ihelen.l Mont., Nov. .i'. 1IS Originators of Low Prices. Seo Our Show Windcuwn. They Indicate the MaL itllltent Inlterior Display. CLOAKS. LAI)IES lover irt ('L .&I re tnllinj III w ;e wet i k (J;own that, f, rely link, rt rcinnable w r irririt BIrilI pfl(trA Aps We ari will r "·I Ir4 g i) Bept tis 111I RPOr I OUlI, or t (1 i 1111 1, o ly rul tt, th u arket. S Ihit it a I1i luy p rinI and nll uitr hi' fIw sipaflI, I n I in thirn ' Ispirit we ffM'ik~y May "1. t themii gU,." All tU Un English (Golf (Crp+. "is uiit g14 tLhra AWeeQ AUl tl ui+ h u'hlllla~ll IneOIOI "mustI g',- this week. Al those PIroice A It rt Jackets 'niuu+t go'" the vuok All !hove Ve'our ('rper I"II une' t " 1n PeIek. II tI1 l·I 1luahMi 4 itary ('fires "!noels go" the Peek. All the e ' Pris, II`Ld ul niiI V Olnn cost u mles r-ducec·,l it hoslr Ihr n hIaIlt the onr ihil j r co.. "wtust go'" pi e - tIre' y t.h." PIok. T'lis aIPll proIe ! a 'et Iiiitirl i week in C uik re I 1 11, nut the prirues Pilli Sc contuu to the power o" ciasi crin. ital buiked ulp by o ,hlight. U. , p uie!Iy business skill and utotr -_ --- I p;r se. Take Elevator to Cloak Floor. Linen Sets. There is no more useful, nor yet any present more complimentary in a sub. stantial, practical way than a nice set of Table Linen. We have them In all - rades, and our special holiday pricen will make them additionally interest ing. c'all early, as we have reason to anticipate a "violent rush" for those goods. Blankets. Those Hygienic California Blankets are a most acceptable presentation, and thoughtfulness would suggest the appropriateness of such a Christmas gift. LOST ENERGY r Art. o o i.eiapm [w" 1clr I. own . Louw o ýf ýitw, w N m l nk~w! ý K V 1 .. tM~nrw rilW wrý MEN 601 fEw b cl keWUb.wn+ .1 im 1.iti. ¶u Rb I OR WOMEN. Anle, K4LLy. CUOw " ra, £0.'. KOImS, Meet. Nie '11 IL" t0RN M/R , As., 11.. N Sale and Exchange. An improved ranch three miles from White Sulphur Springs; 160 acres; about lixty acres seeded down to timothy, bal ance under cultivation, all under fence; good range adjacent; good house, with bath, barn and stable, corrals, two gran aries, sheds; everything In good order; first class water right of 30a Inches, always ,lenty of water. A thoroughly equipped ranch. Price., 4.310. WIll sell on easy terms or exchange for Helena real estate. A well loc'ated ranch of )70 acres in the Hitter Itoot valley, four miles from Stev ensville, the county seat; convenient to cchool anul church; ample water: under fence; plenty of buildings and corrals. Will exchange for Helena real estate. W'Ill hlclude farming Inplements. Ranch of 160 acres on Dearborn river; hewed log house, cabin, stable, barns and corrals; buildings insured for StO0; mort gage oin premises of $.i. to run about threw years. Will take Helena real estate worth tI.tl) for equity. cW will exchange for ,ord woodI or stock. Improved ranch of 1I) acres near Ilon-i deu;I, .ls,.courl; frame house of thr'ee rooms; 1u0l hearing 'ippl.' and peach tree,, 1IJ iac res tlimber. hell, oak iiIIl w'alliu ; nui In, lmbrance. WIll exchange for ll*hlen real e.-late. .A net ftollur Ioom iwellling with snlllll hlt nrull ;ia l iness lot Wi)ll two bwllldilli..i on it to exchange for II II Ian . r. neat brihk cottalge of Itb. c.odo"cie,| Pen'ms, Ilal'ge .'elll', partial pilnblll-, ai ti i.i-l'rOOml 'it llge Ili i It i ,t I l'thlilln ldwelling, all on Bouth Main street, lto tiradie fo nit good re.l'tl ,ln'e onl the ast I or w~eti $',,;i'--Attrn 'ilvce seven-room dwelling, i, lln t 'r . ti ,' . h .si:, ilil'r, city w iter, Ibttil; otn w st . i.., , Ileatr Ilolillton nt*nt, a l o ei, P l ,h flow. 't' cIIn , 4:. 2 c 11 . , hi ',' 11 Ill,' I h t, 1 0 .10 .. I11 lo, 'rn .'.1 µll ; I iih olr'lll°r 1,t1 a tZ )ci pttlc II.c $.uii' f+ IItIt n . nl i'l h" |n1" ' i, i 11,i r i ll, it ft I' }I. 'ichI ' n eight-|nrln h t.Ul imi , h itl ami flirnne. No tift Rhi,nIIl Itre*I }11 "' teen-m anuit 11" 11 lling, w th bush, on $II ic'vl1-'hi-llcci l ,I~ci'lhcl. VilIii |lll h. IciI 'ThirIl lite l, near l II.lItlih lI(tcdlns fior rI'eIt, 1III icl'1hed and uI furll -l' Icl llc',. MA THESON & CO GOLD BLOCK. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and b Mining ENGINEERS ROOMB 24. 215, ..d .re .i an ., msa'e se airtw ewI . roe Christmas PRESENTS. Comprised in useful, as well as ap )popritl.ly sentimental, are the follow ing: Japanese Bofa Ptilows and t'uah Iont, embroidered in gold, with knotted silk fringe: Silk. C'ambrlc, Irish, Ger man and Swisn Ilandkerthelfs:; Cloves In Evening Shades, Street. Driving or Riding; Vasle in Etruwran. Ilelleck and Japanene; Bljouterle of the most varied and attractive description; Mechanical and other Toys. including the hand over-hand "('llmbing Monkey;" Dress Ing ('ases ; Complete Toilet Seta, eto. Fancy Work. and all kinds of Baskets. Books, etc.. etc. No. 41W7. APPLICATION FPO A PATENT. U. 8. Land oUmce Helena, Montana. Bept . 20 IN. Notice I. hereby Ifven that John Cam eron and Right L Lles, of Rlmini. Lewis and Clarke county, Montana. and Ed ward McGovern, whose postomcle ad dress is Butte Bliver Bow county, Mon tlana and iilliam Owaler, ofTwI Bridges. Madison county, Montana, and Louis Brlleay, of Blilver Bow county, h Montana, have this apy filed their appll . cation for a po.tent for 1,6.0 linear feet of the Ousle) lode mine or vein bearing Sold and silver, with surface ground from I4. feet to 000 feet in width, situated in i no organised mining district, county of I Jefferson, and state of Montana, and des. ignated by the field notes and offlicil plut e on aile in this office as survey No. al,0. in township 8 north, range 5 west. od prin cilpal base line and meridian of Montana, o said survey No. 363I being as follows, to r wit: i I Iteginning at corner No. 1, a tree I ft in di lameter, marked 1---360. for corner No. I from which corner No. I of purvey No I t26 bear n 34 der, 48 min a 1,34.6 ft. anmt i the no corner of see Z, twp t n, r 5 wB I hears n 83 der 43 me o L,9'.3 ft. and run. Snnta from thence n 63 deg .02 min w 1.611.4 n I ft, thence a 11 del and 20 min w 640 ft, h thence 72 der 40 min m t,io ft. thence n I | de mln e 345.5 ft to mill corner No. 1 i la,. the place of beginning. magnetlo variation 20 deg 30 min e, containing 101.2 1- am rtesn. S The Io,."lon or this mine is recorded in the' county r.ecorder's office of Jefferson ' mit1111. .Montanla. There are no adjoin. SIng 'laimo'. a Any anmd all persons claiming adversely a.ny "ort'on of' sid O)is.ley mlode, mnine or II unrll't.o rm i r ea t, ar,' ar Iqtlred to file thenl 4 advetr e , laimltl with Ibh. r.'g.4tm,'e of the t'm iti't m.e1 8t t'.i land offlie at HI II,,Inl In the s tlt of Miont;tanl. durinmlg th(* sixty dtm, >:' Ieriod of p hl'atttlin h'ere'of, or they a will be barred by virtue at the provisions m of the istatute. e W. VI. C'OX Register. t Stemrling & Mufflty, attorneys fur claim. i'lrst ipubliration iSept. 23. 1694. .N,)Ti'l: OP STO.'Ki()lq.L:Itsl' MlNi'T IN1 N ,tl. ,, I hrmlm y In\ . 11 of the i nnmual 1m.m 1 ·1 m . tIII II"' h, H"' 7Ii ,f the i lth' ln.m N l': . ,t n. '' Ian '' '~im I 'Im t.m . 1mm.: m,ILi to I. ir i." I ,.t , t. i, . o,, I ..I 'tm Iith l time ' t l I llp m' . n i' . sth, .b y , ot'(f .tt, "l,: . 11 ''I. .1mm mimIm of thmie mm mimri,' tmmom for ith.ynm tn.mmmmm: in'.mtm . ;mmm o ;mlm \'iltc minim . tim'' It ,it l m1t11. , 11mm 11 1m1 11timtu l ml m t fim 1 mfo ' t l' uI.ur |loo .f ,. rnliltlItatin l l ith li I'th t N a timmnnmi mank mnt II, i . it 11lnt:tnm. and s51mh othier lmtl.im ''m i mamt prop '' I r Ily m' broluglht bm to' ' f 1 lt' U tl,' 111.: ti'I. i'" I'(m1'l:, ('alshler. 1t A. k. Prescolt DIALUR IN Mrble ad Crui MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES, 3mw. Mol~es. V·m·lmg, intem& Room No. 311 Power block. POsWt Ma LU, Meless, MA "