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Dreamland! Fairyland! Bargainland in Montanaland!
LADIES-The capital city this week presents an aggregation of Holiday Presents unique, atistic, 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 Christmas 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. Flie" at Bonds Bro. ovary day now. We moon by this eopereion that the rdpid retallltg of Fousnt dependablo Funs . pgo. nomnaol Is their story this easoN. But ao Monday oand oll wook "the Lu will fy" in downright e.lcesl if the lowest pri.oe ver asked for boaest, rellabl Pure am move emoible and enlightened people to bunmeselikeo asotes. Por mobey lnving oad striS easoomy there Is so persoe who would buy Fun say. whore but art iend Bros, this week. Don' lanoros o eot In FPrs betore ea lopeat our stook, We dos't sell trashy furs, and all our Pare are g icran teed-absolutely guorsea terd. Pore tor Holiday Prmeoat. Save big mosey asd go at ooce to B1and Bros. The biggest, the bribsket, the mightiest For etaillt, beaue of the pruess ad vHle-, will take playe and in the most usesered maoser this week at Sand. Bros. Take Elevator to Fur Floor. Originators of Low Prices. keg Our Show Windows. They rudl te tLhe Magatfiogat Zantwta Dsply, TERRIBLE OUTRAGES. Te Story of the Armenian Uprisin Told In a Letter to the Turkish Legation, NAMPHARZOUM WAS THE LEADER. Mon and Women Murdered and Christians and Muselmen Treated With the Greatest Atroolty. Washington, Dec. 11.-The Turkish le gation has received the following com munication: The Armenian agitators who have made their appearance In the Sheep mountains of Talouri, situ ated between Sassoum, in the south. west of Moush (Vilaret of Biblls) and the district of Caleb, of the Mutes serial of Guendjl, combined their forces at the instigation of a certain Hamph arzoum, who, under the assumed name of Mourat, was already giving trouble In these regions. This Hampharsoum, after having eight years studied medi cine at the civil medical school and par ticipated in the disorders of the Coup Capou, fled to Athens, and thence to Geneva. He afterward went disguised and again, under an assumed name, by way of Alezandret from Darkbro to the neighborhood of Ditias, where he began a seditious agitation together with five other individuals. He has given post tive assurance to the credulous people that he was a foreign agent, backed by all the lEuropean powers, in his plans to upset the Turkish authorities. He succeeded thus in gaining to his criminal ends the Armenians of the vil lages of lnuer. Simal., ulli (luzat, Ahi, Hedenk, titnank, t'hekind, Elfford, Moussone. Etek, Akajerk, as well as those of the small borough of Talourl, comprising four districts. Now, these Inaurg nt, under corm mand of Hampharulum, ablndontng. toward the latter part of July last, their respective villages, and after having placed In inaccessible septs thulr whles. children and belonginge, and reeunredi the co-operation of other Armenlian In surgents that came from the valley of Moush and from Canar, of Calb and Belvan, assembled together, numbering more than 3,1Ht, at a place called l'n douk-Dagh. Five or six hundred de cided to fall upon Moush. The.y began by attacking the tribe of l.tellkans In Mount Corllnk, In the south of Moush, killed a few of them and robbed them of their belongings. All the Musselmen that fell into their hands were Insulted in their religion and muredered in the most horrible fashion. Regular troops In the neighborhood of M.llh were also attacked by these Insurgents, whi, however, did not daire attlak Moush Itstlf, owIng to the strong mill tary forree of the town. The rebele., togrether with those rehels assembled at Endnuk-Dngh,. organised then separated and acanulted furlously the tribes close at hand 'mlnilttilg horrible crlmes and depredationsl l They burned alive the nephew uor Mumer Agha, and aseaulted and murd'red the Mumselmen women of three houses in the village of tlaulll Ouset. They alao tortr ed mnn Mumselmrn, forcing them to hki the cross, putting their eyes out. cutting their ears otff and sub mitting them to the most horrible Indlg altiel. After having brought consternation and death among Musselmen and Chris tlans alike, they refused to surrender and continued their criminal proceed. Ip-'. Regular troops were seat to the spot to put down their rebellion. Chief Hampharaoum fled high into the moun tain with? eleven associates. He was captured i]ive, not without killing two soldiers and wounding six. By the end of August all the Insurgent bands were dispensed. Women, children and In valids were treated with due considera tion, and according to the dictates of Islamism and humanity. The insur gents who were Captured will be pun ished by law. London, Dec. 11.-The Daily News to day publishes a three-column letter from Constantinople. The writer says from all the evidence he has been able to gather in regard to the number killed and villages destroyed, the Armenian outrages cannot be compared with those of Bulgaria. The Kurds believe the government approves of the out rages, and unless they are dealt with as the Canadians or Amerleans would do with the red Indians,. under similar circumstances, they are Incapable of understanding to the contrary. If Great Britain and Russia jointly Insist on reforms there will be a chance of success, because in case of need they can compel attention. fees li ** Smeesesel Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claims for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed. Elec tric Bitters, the great remedy for Liver. Stomach and Kidneys. Bucklen's Ar nica Salve the best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are a per feet pill. All these remedies are guaran teed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herwith will by glad to tell you more of them. Mold at Parchen-D'Acheul Drug Co. The Fifth Arrest. Fort Worth, Tex., Dec. 11.--John Phil lips, the fifth man arrested for com pli'lty In the Benbrook train robbery. was lodged In Jail here to-day. He Ir' a brother-in-law of John Ward, also ar rested for this robbery. The olmcers are confident Ward, Sullivan and Phillips did the robbing, and Gardiner and oth ers were only accessories. The American Beauty owes her pres. tige more to a clear complexion than to any other attribute. A cup of Park's Tea will enable any one to possess this. It ldears the skin and removes pimples and that sallow. muddy look. Park's Tea is used by thousands of ladies for the comn plexion. Without being a cathbrtIG It cures constipation. Sold by Parchen D'Acheul Drug Co. Roast Coffee, 4)maha, Dec. 10.-The building of the ('onsolldated Coffee comlany was hurn.l .,urly this evening, entulllnsr ha Ino, of aiiout I1ftllti0 on stuck Eanit st ruet ur.t The company was controlled by Clark, Miles & t'ole, wholesalers of coffee, lean and s)icesn. The big four-story bullding was wedgel between a Inumber of large estructures and the entire fire apparatus in O)maha was required to avoid a disan tlUus contlhugratloli. The damage was covered by lusuran'e. Park's Bure (ure Is a positive speificl In all diseases of the liver and kidneys. fly remnving the uric acid In the blood 1t cures Rheumatism. I. B. flasford, of I'arthltge. . H. P)., says: "I believe Park's UIre ('tire excels all other medrcines for Rheumatism and urinary disuorders." Sol't b) Parchen-D'Ach'tul Drug CJ. Tilllman Had Enough. Columbia, S. C., Dec. 11.--H. It. Till. man was electeP United Statel senator at noon, receivllng 1I1 out of 155 voite rast. Park's Tea clears the complexlon. Mrs. N. Meyette, of L, Roy, N. Y. May.: "I have used Park's Tea and find it the best remdy I have ever tried." old byI Par chbea-D'Aokest Drog Co. Silks. To-morrow (Monday) morning we be gIn a very special sale of Silks In the most popular and certainly the newest and most desrable eveningn shades. All the prettlest, loveliest and most dell cate tints In Crinkled Crepee, Burahe, Crepe Boufre, latin Rhalames, etc., etc., and this s a special ale for Xmas presents at the smallest prices which you have ever known or hoard of. Silk Remnants of all kinds will be found on the bargain counter to-morrow, In ill 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 Dres atternse this week, 7% and 8 yards In length. This oollection Is ropresentatlvo of all the most popular styles, weaves and colorings In French Fancy Nobby Cheviots, in Crepe Gou fre, etc., etc. Thboe are sensible holl day preesnt which suggest practical economy, and will be long and heartily appreclated. Ipeolal holiday prices this week at lands Broe.' Dolls. Children, we Invite you all to our Basaar for Xmas, and more especallly to "Our Grmat Doll Show." Tou winl see prettUly dressed Dolls, bslque heads, pretty smiling te, satin bon nets, sashes, shoes and stockinpg, plos ing eyes, full flowing genuine human hair, and your mammas will weeder at the low prices at land Bre..' Rugs. Parlor Rug., ooe, tetivy, and wit the use of our newly Imported Japa. nea "Mloeta" Rug It sa be regard ed auethoteally merreet lk It royal adaptation to the mostor luxrouy ap pointed home. Meet sultable Xas preeeata. Mail orders will receive prompt, careful and thorough attention. THE GREAT mar... LOST urm eeworoi, I, ilnii a amid9 ¶.aaL i d Vmaturee ou mournS n IPwS In the 3,ft btubes. It tutheauu~iYe4 mNU $ th 11Mota tYte.ýt·P uidr ctsulus and tumomk. Addrvu PIIISON MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Junction *tockton, Market andI Ei(t Street.. IAN WRA'XISCO. CALIFORNIA. No. 3501. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U. S. Land Offi.e, Helena, Mont., Nov. IS, 11M4. Notice in hereby given that C'harles H. Henton, Jacob Orob and Martin Hogan, all of l'iany., Montana. have thin day Ilied application for patent, under the mining laws of congress for the ltoodo lode claim, desg!nated as survey No. 4,134. situated In - unorganlsed mining district. Jefferson county, Montana, in sections 33 and 13, township 9 north, range I west, which claim is recorded in the offlce of the re* corder of Jefferson oounty, at BDoulder. Montana, and described as follows: bald survey No. 4,534 beginning at corner No. I, from which southwest corner of section 33. township 9 north, range 3 west, bears south 33 degrees,. 2 minutes west 10.4 feet; then.e south 79 degrees, 57 minutes west 11 feet; thence north C degrees,. 1 min ut.e east 441 feet; thence north 14 .iegtefe, n3 minutes east 3I.6 feet; thence south .4 degrees. II minutes east 1,t1 feet; thence south 6 degrees, M min. uteb west 449 feet; thence north )0 degrees, 15 minutes went 1,391 feet; thence north I degree. 2 minutes west 174 feet to corner No. I. the place of tIcrinning, em. bracing 17T.6 awreS, Upon Wl('ch atdotice of sa0il applie)ntion was posted the 5th day of November. 114. The only known ad joining claim to these primises It the Itid. den iunlight extension lode, unsurveyed, on the southweSt. W.. C'. OX. Register. Date of first publieation. Nov. 19, 1114. In a transcontinental Journey nothing can keep out of the oare the volcanic ash or alkali dust raised by the whirl of the passing tralna ut the Great Northern oe entirely tree from this annoyance; it runs through no sand deert anud its roadbed L s k ballasted. Underwear. An uncommonly handsome present is a set of "Ypeilanti" Underwear, for which Hands Bros. are the sole repr.e sentative agents. They have also those Ladles' Aus tralian Wool and Maco Yarn Vests and Pants, and Ladies' Eypltilan Yarn Combinallion Suitt. Orders for those delightful Xmas presents will be ere. cuted at those special holiday prices which are the wonder of everybody. Umbrellas. One of the handsomest, most season. able, and in many respects the mostl ap. propriate Xmas present l aon I'mbrella. The prettlsat are at Sandls Ito-.' Ladies' All ilik Umbrellas, Men's All 11k Taffeta or Berge, with old, Ivory, Natural Wood (carved) and Celluloid Handles, fold in the tightest compass, are paragon frames, and are also para. lons of art, workmanship and skill. Duy early; only a limited number In stock. Hosiery. Special Holiday Prious In all Ladies' English Extra Quallty Cashmere Hose, Inest grade of Imported Cashmere. full fUshloned, etc. Idles' Black Wool Hoe, Ane gauge, seamless and full hfasipaed foot Our Hosiery Depart sent ia Shik Le. Oerm.m and Irish Bajlbrga o will furnish delight ful aIeds for holiday presents. Eiderdown QUILTS. by far the am of getal gift of. S r o of.bo Lusurlous Arctle , Dowmr. ul Inspiria Bed pwds. We have pillow of the self same dreamy poeto luggestlvneus, and a Xmas present of this kind Ia more than utlUtartlaa It Is typical of an "Nlrltm em oarti. Tb the West, To the Town That You Like Best; " BUT . WbaIsebwwa ra 4..teM . S. o saew t Yea rn es mesi d us on THE NEW AND RIGHT WAY EAST A WEST ihe Geal Trancontinental Routle Puseager Ticketed t) St. Paul Chimo, '"sto. Winnppeg, S1pka0e, Portlnd, Seattle, aTacoma, San Francisco. AND ALL OTHER POINTS. Cleassealtlion at Minasapollb end 8t Psul for all poeiu hast .ad tunlb. ('umhrttab:e Imelam enaiheb said liloa, sleepist ease. tei4st, bul., amokins,. library ew tamsbip Line and caS tiokei you to aU Uriestal and uoeidnatal polants. Prepad p.e* age. auranged. TIME TABLE. AS3I?3 'iT HhtEN11A. l~ui. .At late Kaerwi. saisbet 1. 12:20 p, a DWPAtT rpu 11MN A No. I 'LEm Upewee .adtbot ad. i!20 p. u No. . St WO Pm For furttier petlanlasa. minp. fol4ema rAtrt etc.. 0.11 0 ueWult. jant 1.11169 V. W. lbnr~iii. il rim okeer Agea V. L DUTTON, Geasrarl Ag.'mt. Helena !fleat. NOTICE FOR I'VUIIICATION. U. ti. Lundl Jiti.'. Helena. Houn., Sept. 21. lS:i. C(omplaint bavtng ibrn *'ntered at this ofl.* by Mary W. Ituitlil againut WIII ionml(. Hartman, (or abandonintis him ilnitticcaed entry No. 6..l, dlated I t. R), IoI. upon the aU % et, ,.ti ge%. atdI slr'i Heir asotioa 1S, township It n, rTni1K s'% in Lewis and Clarkts' ruuunly, Monuitia. with a view to the' .an'eliatiun of raidi entry; the said parteu. are hereby sum moned to appear at this omee on the 13th day of Deember, 104. at 10 o'clo'k u. i.. to reponld and furnish testimony OOat eerula Mit alleged atiandoanmeaL JN rt bMIM VOL Originators of Low Prices. Bee Our Show Windows. Th.y Indicate the Magnilicent Interior Display. CLOAKS. LADIEb --Never in Clo'k re talling ysa where was i known that, for stylish, servicesble grs monot such prices as we are will irg to accept this week would, or Sould p .r.bly rul thlo marlNit. Hlt t I Holhlday period nndl rlil our hea-tg expand, and in Ih spirit so frankly esy ".LIt them gr." All tbh,.s Moglish b'olf I ClCp is "mnust go" this werok. All tl.on, l h'nclhlla Iteofors "omust go" tnli weak. All those I'r;nce A bhrt Jackets "must go" this week. All Ihole Veuour Copsl "must ga' ths wouk. All tl.os P'lush Military Cares "mnlust go" this week. All those P'nru!, Lord in and V enon eostumee reducel to less then half the originnl I r as "must go" pus - tire th:u week. 'Ihis will pro'e a must hitort; week in Cloak sel ng, and the prices will a' .....ntuate the power o' oash nap ital backed up by enltightend, Spucky business skill and cnker priec. Take Elevator to Cloak Floor. Linen Sets. There is no more useful, nor yet any present more combuimentary in a sub stantal, practical way than a nice set of Table linen. We have them to all grades, and our special holiday prcne will make them additionally interest ing. Call early, as we have reason to anticipate a "violent rush" for those goods. Blankets. Those Hygienle California Blankets are a most acceptable presentatio, and thoughtfulness would suggest the appropriateness of such a ChrtItmas ift. LOST ENERGY MEN .ý" ° - "e~.w~~n OR WOMEN. *3:caU3 L U@UsDBM. h.smSeam.,.K. Sale and Exchange An Improved ranch three mlle from White Sulphur Iprings; 10 acres; about siaty stre seeded down to timothy, bal ance under cultivation. all under fence; good range adjacent; good house, with bath, barn and stable, corrals. two iran aries, sheds; everything in good order; irt class water right of f0 Inches, always plenty of water. A thoroughly equipped ranch. Price, 4,100. Will sell on easy terms or excbange for Helena real estate. A well located ranch of 110 acres In the Bitter Root valley, four miles from Stev ensville, the county seat; convenient to school and church; ample water; under fence; plenty of buildings and corrals. Will exchange for Helena real estate. Will include farming inplements. Ranch of 10 acres on Dearborn river; hewed log house, cabin, stable, barns and corrals; buildings insured for 410G; mort. gage on premises of SM0 to run about three years. Will take Helena real estate worth 40) for equity, or will exchange for cord. wood or stock. Improved ranch of 10 e,,res near Ron deau, Missouri; frame house of three rooms; 100 bearinl apple and peach trees; ISO acrlo timber. tash. oak and walnut: no incumbrance. Will exhange for Helena real stlate. A neat four room dwelling with small let and a business lot with two buildings on it to exchange for a ranch. A neat brick cottagre of live good-sledil rooms, large cellar, partial plumbing; a three-room cottage and a seven-roolm dwelling, all on South Main street, to trade for a good resltence on the east or west side $li,t--Attractive seven-room dwellin.g, p-antl), three closets, collar, .iI:, wiIteor, harll; o West tle, IIne Ittii |On IavCenue, andl one block frolt cal liei , $t0 *tow an; 1:j per mouth. .U02_,--Na!t cottage onl lniglhlt .ll Islle t, near electlrl Ite; 3.'S. down. 1,0.4-- A live room dwelling with reorer lult onl alienl strSeet; i 1,3I t'owIn. Quiarts pro :pe.+t in LIunmp (lult'h for sal. l lt 0l'l, I'O It Ilil N T $1 -Modern | ight-'root dwelling. bath and furnace. No. t2 Slhitin, stl -',t. $14-Ldeveni-rooll dwelling., with bath, on 'Third street, near it ti.tle, Ito.lt for rlrent, furnishl an.. ufuitr nL, hed. MA THESON & CO GOLD BLOCK. LUOD P0O13 " l I' ed w., m l t unhsa .h a sad mrm tIIa. INS .W Itp e. on . r. r as HOVEY & BICKEL , Civil and ' Mining NGROOM 2INE 2S WOOMB 24~ 28, ýMýII ý - Christmas PRESENTS. Comprised in useful, as well u ap propriately sentimental, are the follow. Ing: Japanese Sofa Pillows and Cush ions, embroidered in gold. with knotted silk fringe; Silk. Cambric, Irish, Ger man and Swiss Handkerehetts; Olove. In Evening Shades, Street, Driving or Riding; Vases in Etruscan, 'elleek and Japanese; Bljouterle of the mit varied and attractive description: Mehansical and other Toys. Including the hand. over-hand "Climbing Monkey;" Dress. Ing Cases : Complete Toilet ets, etc. Fancy Work, sad all kinds o Baskets, Books, etc., etc. N. ifi. x.. o Bs. APPLICATION FOB A PATUHT. t U. Lad Oeo. Hele, Motana. es t L 4om ash eren 1nd uiltýtLL' v a woaounmt. LUq Montar. have tr o patent or etne ft Sthe Ousley lode mine or veln alra golddd silvere ith surf ground from 1 IIeS to w feet n d, hlteted oganMed mintng p t, county o ef san.d stat of emantsa, aa dg. Sgated by the Aie notas and omelil on file in this vaise a survey No. a in township t north, range i wet of p elpal base line and meridian of Moatasna elid surney No. 30 being as follows, to wit: Beginning at corner a a tree 1 ft l diameter, marked 1- . for corner so. I. from which roaer No. I of survey Nt br beIre n eg. r, min a 1i.814. ft. and the ae corner of see . tw1 i. r J w. r n t0 des q a4 o* I. ft and run. nina from thence n U deg .00 mml w 1.61.4 ft. thece s I1 des and 70 min w M ift. thence a 7 deg 40 mnin e 1.00 ft. thence a 17 de r mi ne 345.( ft to said corner No. I and the place of beglnuing, magnetto variation f0 deg 30 man e, containing l. $ acres. The lo.-ation of this mine Io recorded lit the county reccorder's offlce of Jefferson county, Montana. There are no adjoin. ain ..Ianla Any and ,ll rnwrwo c.ilming adversely any lo.rtion ofr Hfid OuIley lode, mlne or surface grcand iare rnqluttiread to Ale their advuril, '.nims with the registtcr of the l'nited tattts iland office at Helena. In the state of Montanal during the sixty dYve' priod of puhllcatllon hereof, or they will be barred hy virtue of the provisions of the statute. W. II. COX. Itesister. Sterling ! Muffly. attorneys for clalip antl. First publication Sept. I. 14 N .:TIC'I · OF S P-r',K'lille ,( ' WNl. Notl), In 9,It. : *nrc. rf th!C ihisuu me,ti or t.,. " t.,, kolder% oft the Hklet.iaa hall at th, Iattkit& Office oir that un ."s Ittlont hlet t, i.r. this' hs tou r in. of I . lli. ! tour p. in. on t h Fit' .in) or Jatnuary, HAt:.. 'fhip pttrpor.n or nu h ::1,etltug being the .ihec thou of thints'..t li tit ot tito .ts. s.uing y.'er. ILIFI IlIS Votitt out the ptsiiui. iltlunI~t of tohutitary I hqidtsaihni for thet pu r p'oRe of isutisshh'1dhhig wvith this Firtut Na tlonh batik of Hlicon. M·ntnna. and each other hushuissi umi ttaa proi'irly he brought befor. the tucithmmi. U EO. V. C'cPl'l, Cttahler. A. L PNEOW DUfALZ IN MablumdJr, ib MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES. I,.. Sete., ..mIae Moses.. ,oom No. ,u I'owe bMoot. rtUeW it s1 . Malo. YLme