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ABOUT GREEN GOODS.
The Unitd States Marohsl Oets a Ckeular on the skub~t From the Seeret Sorvloe Pelei. A WARNING TO WOULDSI VICTIMS. Theem' Nothng In Sight for Thom but to Lose Oeed Money Without R.e oeving Bad. The "8reet gooda" men o*I denUy think Montana a good field for their operations, Judging by the num ber of their circulars reselved here nt the past few months. Many of the re clplents of those circulars reported the matter to United States Marshal Mo Dermott, *. wrote to Washington about it. In reply he received from the secret service division of the treasury department a circular on the subject. The circular is reproduced here for the benefit of those who may be tempted by the alluring offers held oqt by the swindlers, for such there is not shadow of doubt, they are. it Is as follows: "From the tenor of your letter I am led to infer that the party offering to sell counterfeit money is of the num erous class of swindlers known by the title of 'Boodlers.' Such persons never deal in it, but make a pretense of do ins so on purpose to inveigle dishonest persons, who would buy counterfeit money if they could, into parting with their good money in the hope of getting counterfeit. These swindlers are us ually located in large cities, but New York contains by far the larger num ber. They send circulars in imitation of letters by thousands all over the couAtry, inviting their correspondents to visit New York, naming the hotel at which they should stop, and offering them great Inducements to purchase. Those who go after such bargains never obtain counterfeit money, and seldom return home without leaving all of their good money in the handsof these plaus ible but dangerous men. Another prao tioe is to toll on their victims by send ing a genuine one of two dollar note, or parts of the same, and representing them to be specimens of the counterfelt notes they have for sale. "Under the various names of 'Oreeq Articles,' 'Green Cigars,' 'Green . leave',' etc., they offer for sale coun terfelt money which they aver.is printed on plates stolen from the bur eau of engraving and printing of the government. Not a plate of any kind he ever been stolen from that esetab llshment. "Those who have counterfeit money for sale do not write letters request ing strangers to buy it. Even after the introduction of a new man by one coun terfeiter to another it takes a long time to establish such friendly relations as would Induce a counterfeiter to trust a new-comer. "Yet thousands of criminally foolish people helieve that they can purchase counterflit money as they would butter or cheese, and, in their attempts to ob tain it, are robbed and an honest pub lic sentiment says, "lerves them right.' "The crime of which the 'Doodler' ia guilty is covered by section 54r0 United States Revised Statutes,' as amended and approved March 2, 188, and the W(ender upon convietion, to liable to a fine of n00 and imprisonment for sigh. teen months. "It is next to Impossuble to obtain legal evidence against these swindlers and were one of them arrested and brought to trial, the testimony of the main witness (he who lost the money) would he weakened by the fact that he would have been a criminal if he could. I.w's This We offer One Hundred Dollars retrar4 for any eaeo of Catarrk that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. !. J. CIENEY & CO.. PropL, • Teledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, ana believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactlon, and fiAanplly able to carry out any obligations Upade by that irm. West & Teua:. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. Walding. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Drullists, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrb Cure Is taken Internally. acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Pricee. ?7 per bottle. Gold by all druggists. Tetl monlals free. More Cadets Advoaeted. Washington, Dec. 14.--Senator Rate, chairman of the board of visitors to the West Point military acadeimy, has pre sented a report to the senate, taking a strong stand in favor of a change of the law which will Increrse the number of ea dots to 46, or one for eaeh senator and representative, and twenty for the presi dent, instead of the present number, which tl about 2S0. A Cure for Croup. When on a visit to lowa, Mr. K. Dal ton, of Luray, Russell county, Kansas, called at the laboratory of Chamber lain & Co., Des Moines, to show them his six-year-old boy, whose life had been saved by Chamberlaln's Cough 1Remedy, It having, cured him of a very evere attack of croup. Mr. Dalton is lrMain that it saved his boy's life and Is enthusiastic in his praise of the rem edy. For sale by all druggetts. Bicycle Records Lowered. uffallo, en. . 14.-In a trial for John 8. Johnlson's stralKhtl'wy roasi rItecor'd. I'd dilo Leonert, of the Ituffalo J'resi (C'yclting club. not only equalled the record break er's time for a mile. flying start. paced, t.) I:3, but also knocked off several seconds from Johnspn's time for a mile, unpared, making the llltanlce in 1:52 1-5. Johnson's time for the unpaced mile being 1:571 -6. Sore Throat. For a more throat there is nothing bet. ter than a flannel handage demponed with Chamberlain's Pain ailm. It will nearly always effret a cure In one n:ight's time. This remedy Is aulo a favorite for rheumatism and has cured many very severe cases. 50-cent bot ties for sale by all druglslts. Knew Their Bank Was Cone. Chicago. IDec. 1(.-The jury In the clam of Frank It, and James Mesaduweraft, pri vate' bankers, on trial on t harges of re. relviing deposits when they knew the bank to Iw insolvent, brought in a verdict about midnlght flnding the meS guilty. They welt sentenced to i year each In the penl tentlary. Mrs. T. I. Hawkins, Chattanooga. Tenn.. says: "Bhiloh's Vitalllier saved my life. I consider It the best remedy for a debilitated system I ever used." For Dlyspepsia. Iaver or Kidney trouble It excels. Price 75 eents. For sale by Parchen-D'Acheul lrtul Co. Hneaq~d r bt the Nek. New Iledfordu. Ma.. Pler. 14.-laniel H. Robertlson wnls hanged here thil after noun. Itobertson was t4 years of are and was a carpenter, lep)temlber V. |1iW, hav Inir been releasne frum the house of .or r.,tlon earlier in the clay. he went to his wifl'b'lhmae h cll< t her throat with a pocket knife because she refursed to send im money to pay his fine, Windslor, Ont., I)er, 14.--Jos. Truskey was hanged at Iandwirh to.day. True. key's 'rime was the murder, on May 4 of 'unstatble William t.inl iay. Truekey hadl been arrested on Lindesy's complalnt and amed for the wanton kullln of a bore.. Dreamland! Fairyland! Bargainland in Montanaland! LADIES-The capital city this week presents an aggregation of Holiday Presents unique, artitic, 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! 1'lease call early each day, and thus escape the crush of our afternoon's trading. FURS. LADIER-The "Fur Flie" at lands Broa. every dry now. We mean by this espremlon that the rapid retailing of genuine depndsble Fure m p'l-. nomoas) in their skrs th!s eouoe. But on Moodmy and all week "the fu will ly* in downright e rr et if the lowrst priore ever asked for honest, reliable FUP can move sensible and enl g it...ed people to businesshlke aotlomn. For money saving and striot eeonomy there is no person who would buy Fure any. where but at Esnls B:oL. this wee's. Don'. lvest o.e met is Furs before you inLpeot our tookr. We dos't sell trashy urn, and all our FJrs are guaru . teed-.-absolutely guaram. te d. Purs for Holiday Pmeents. B.v, big moeey and go at onee o Bads Bros. The blggest, the briahdet, Ihe mishtet Foar reotling, beceuse of the price. and voalce, will take plee and In the most amseserved manmer this week at Bands Bros. Take Elevator to Fur Floor. Originators of Low Prices See Our Show Window!. They Iadioate the 3atfienti Inaterior Display. To the East. To the Wept, GO To the Town That You Like Best; BUT Weheer wvay ye &e"I/ a 4o me ar.e Iht er msYe ,es wee4eJ, .s THE NEW AND RIGHT WAY EAST N WEST The Grat Tran.ontiaental Roele Passengers Ticketed t at. Paul Chicaql New York. Philadelphia, Winip Is, Spokane Portlani Seattle, Tacoma, San Francisco. AND ALL OTHER POINTS. (1.s. conatlo an. M snnepella and Bit. Pal for all polita knit and uanth. (:omt.rtibls firtolass enohu. and Pealan ahepla Daws, turiag, bq·ls awaking. Ibrwv Irmj·l ard·1 lpmJ~~ij r Fsgs arrand. TIME TABLE. A31 S AT 3IItA. No.flAil te z~pra.. sMbm MN.A. IfI pa, m u 2$. Pr r 1 srw. weebo~i4 .. $t p m No. 2. hwttLal, y..d.a... Sp . m IWý ýpDPAS? FR03 *ua.ati. No. I i.SteUIo.k saboel.EL* lp 11$ p.m N o . . o sa. . u uis . . / 10 am YPa furtbr phttlesula. mape ,o .,r, rJa,, at... stl al ur writ. tn aur ofisa. tC. W. P1 1igd t Ity 'FLakat AgLnu. C. . DUTlON. "¶st . Aawt. tA)IH 99 RESTORED LrCIt~p, p~n susente. miw and" r.I~n'a II)IC11· bC.s dLwe mt S l*t a Iwr.alms.l cut ebemi fsmr~.lt)hv m MII. emDts ~~ l nmml mm mmmii), t~inieI mm ?8 ~uv rgitHln,?4naa Ii.. IBHRIFFUI BALK. By virtue of an eoecutliina my eands, lisued qut of the district court of the rItet Judicial district of the state of wetana, in and for the county of Lewig em4'Clarke, in the suit of First National Bank of Hel ena. against Peerless Jennie Mining Com pany, duly attested the 31th day of No vember A. D. 1111, I have levie4 upon all thd right. title 8ad lalesset ef the said Peerless Jennie Minin. Company, in and to the follow ing described property, situated in Lewis and Clarke county, state of Montana, via: The Little Jennie Lot No. 3, west, being mineral entry No. 33, des ignated by the surveyor geperal .f Mon tana as Lot No. 5, contalning 1.37 acres, in township 8. N. R. 6 west; also the Peerless Jennie No. I. Wet, the Peerless Jennie No. 1, East, and the Little Jennie No. 1, Best, mineral entry No. 3s, and therein designated as lots Ns. il, 61 and 12, A. and B., in township 8, N. R. 5, west: also a certain tunnel claim or right, com mencing at the Little Jennie No. 1, last, ore house, and running thence southerly 3,000 feet, said tunnel claim being fully described in location notice In Book D of Lodes In the county recorder's office of Lewis and Clarke county. Montana: also the Queenabury lode. designated by the surveyor general of Monltana as Lot No. 5, In township I. N. It. 4. west, be Ing the land embraced In mineral entry No. 22, containing 3.96 acrre., the fore going claims are all recorded in Book 7 of Deeds, pages 17 and 1s, in the office of the county clerk and recorder of Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, to which said records reference is hereby had for a more full and complete description of the said premises. Together with all and singular the ten ements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise apper taining. Notice Is hereby given that on the 30th day of December. A. D. 154, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m. of said day, to-wit, at the hour of 12 m. at the front door of the court house, in the city of Helena, said county and state. I will sell all the right, title and Interest of the sald lPeerless Jennie Mtiingw ('om pnny. In and to the said above dlescribitdl property, to the highest bidder for cash in hand. (Jiven under my hand this 7th day of November, A. I). 1894. ('lHARLES. D. l'RtTIA., Sherlff. By FYlI) R, II. O1 . Tlnler hteriff. Toole & Wallace. Plaintiffs Attorneys. FAT PEOPLE 1'ARK AtI'W$ITY 'II I'" will reduee your weigh( E'l ltMANFHNTI.Y from 12 to IF. pouIa s month NOl $TAIIVINO. pI.'kaaa'.' or InjIy): NO) Pl'ULW('ITY. Th.hy huilt upj theh healtha nand beauttfy the comn phlexion. Ieavtnhn NO) W'RINKI.lB or flat. blows.II HTt1IUT AItIAIMI N$ and Ilttlcenlt breathing surely relll~vrd. No I":XI'1:II M '.NT. utatn alentltl.' and pnatlv.. relief, aduplit olnlly utfter years of .'xt..eIt.ia'L' All ordrs eappllred dIla"t (run f iour ofiee. fi 'e., $2 I ucaikaga, or a Itac nuaakaague for hLu. by mull~ I outtiatla. Tu'u motatali a aaa iat I aila ra (caule l.'l) :.. Al I Iorrepilaa..tlnee t l tty uonflt.'o tlat. I'AR~K Itl".MF:LY Co., HJolon, hlnn·. THIS PAPER It. kpt on file 11 .t I; C. IAA} J 'A F14 dvrrtla. Ing Amenly. 64 and~ t?. M.-tchanle Kit.r ShaIln..,. Ban a I' se.a,,Lt. . Ca . wh,'rP ,'ag tiul Ct toIt ~ ct tlaltit can beC inadu rot It. Silks. To-morrow (Monday) morning we he. gIn a very sperial sale of Milks In the most popular and certainly the newest and most delrrable evenlns shades. All the prettlest, loveliest aud moat dell rate tints in 1Crn(kle" Crt'rpe, Ntrahs, ('repe Boufre, litln lthadames. eltc., etc., and this Is a sperlal sale for Xmas presents at the smallest prices which you have ever known or heard of. 1ilk Remnants of all klqds will be found on the bargain counter to-morrow, in all leneths, and at priees that will "make them go." DRESS Patterns. A revelation to close, shrewd shop pe.r will be the price., the special holt day prices. at which we o*fer all un made Dress Patterns this week, 7%i and a yards in length. This colletlion Is repiresentative of all the most popular styles, weaves and colorings In French Fanry Nobby Cheviots, In Crepe (ou fre', et., etc.. Those are senslble holl. day presents which ugglent practical eyonomy, and will be lon alnd heartily appI)re(ated. Special holiday pr'cee this week at Sands Bros.' Dolls. Children, we invite you all to our DBa. r for Xmas, and more especially to "Our Great Doll Ihow." You will =ee prettily dressed Dolls, binque heads, pretty smling faces, satin bon nets, saehes, shoes and stocklngs, clos ing eyes, full lowlnlrg enuine human hair, and your mammae will wonder at the low prices at lands BrDm.' Rugs. Parlor Rug, aoey. festlvy, and with the ue of our newly imported Japa. nese "Mlyota" Rug it may be regard. ed au aslthetlo*y correct in its rqgal adaptation to the modt luxurtously ap pointed home. Most sultable Xnmas presenta. Mail orders will receive prompt, careful and thorough attenton. IHERIFF'B IALE. W. Z. L4rned, p~antiff. vs. James Bllake and MIsen Bttlar(, assilgnee, defend ants. Under and by vfrtue of an order of sale and deree" of foeelesure 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 Clarke. On the 1lth day of December, A. D. ISM, in the hbeve ehtitled action wherein W. I. Lamed, the above named plaintiff, ob tained a Jldgmedt and deoree of foreclos utrt and Ms a ainst Jameq Blake et al., defendants, ae thse 5th day of November. A. D. llt, for the sum of $7,tm.m., besides Interest, coots alid attortleys fees, which said decree was on the Oth day of No vember. A. D. It4, recorded In judgment book No. J, of said court, at page -, I am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate. ly In, and being in the county of Lewis and ('larks, state of Montana, and boundad and descrlbed as follows to wit: Begin ning at a point lnI the north aide of Broad way distant ten (10) feet easterly from the southwest corner of lot numbered seven (7). In hlock J, of sald nddltion, running thence easterly along the northerly bound nr) line of Itroadway one hundred fifty two (112) teet to a point in the southeast erly corner if lot No. ten (10), In saidl block J; thence northerly one. hundred (!tu) feet along the boundary line between I lota No. ten (10) and eleven (ll). in said block, to the northeast corner of said lot No. 10; thence westerly one hundred and fifty-two (112) feet along the northerly hIoulndary of lots No. 10. 9, i and 7, In said block, to a pDoinht dista't ten (10) feet enat erly from the northwest corner of said lot No. 7; thence southerly one hundred (Ilru) feet parallel to the west boundary of sail lot No. 7, to the place of beginnlllng, sad lot or parcel of leand 'onnaisthtg of aill of said lots No. 8. 9, tiIdl It and the easterly 2 feet by 10) feet of lot No. 7. tll In blo ck J, and heving a front:ng of 162 feet on the north aide of Ilroadlway, and n depth of ollt f.rt, all according to andl as said lots anl block are partlcularly numbered, ldesIg IIuted and described tiiupon the olffcital In:I. nIet'd Ilat of sild I lake adiliotn now tt Ill lin the offtr,' o( the couinty riecori.i't of aill county of l.tui.s utril 'lmnrk.; to aihrr with all nI l l " in uluhr the tenlo' nt0 I . hi 'rsh e itmll llts l ilnu app rtllinll.es liI st ilnto belonging ori iln any wise u'ln1 pt er I'tubIii" notice IN herelby given aItlat on Thtrsdnly, the 3d daty if Jnntu'ry, A. Li. t .;.t, ll 1I o'clock in of that liy. at the' fltl I.or loot o if it .- siem I hto s.', IIelett:. Lewtis and ('larke reunts. m.·(1 l.lt, I will, In ci llt'e n e to t oilerh oi siti lle and l.t Ale i f f inr,'losur, allI ivl 11. e I .l ti df* i'rthd, pr IoperIty, or n, III | th r.e I-r Iuty |e neltl sa'PS Hl y t. ,,, 4iI ..tl l (ltig lnun, witlh Interel IinIII .,.s, to Ihr hiKh eit and el st bidehhhhr, fa .tih In I)t:l i.. rilven ubele' my handl lls 121h <-Nl Nf it, hemle r, A. .I). 1,91 S'IlAIl.t i f is 1 i"'IITIt" ..h'rllff. Its IitII i, F I 1 R01 . I nlher .h ,ff, A .K. UJarbour, pllnnslT'r e ltto.ney. U11111141 mltr · s l nd 1.1n· 1111l1..1 Mont.,~ I l/," IU. 104. 1'n Ni'1I)' I ll~'~. 1' 11~ 11ot11It tle)rungPI Ni ll'e Iii Irie..I) hii Ih I Ii. \,n 111 errI~~ In ()I' lfl l.' It · l1u l 11 '1 II., 111"" t luIil,' itfthrin a Hutil tll L in tll., d ltti It , it" tt' Il hpr, t l.l I I it tt%, ii 1 11. 1l; iI" t It ol yt ,Un to the I II" 11111th 1$. hapi O i I--h 1111't u i,011 "ht1 i SIn lhit offi It ' h, I .rol r.~r mV n Cerl thu C 1I, t ihi ttublh yit It Itlr Wil .r4c11 111forl i ' ,lI' t tim Ihe g norl t i. I ifhu at g i. i iott - n Ihrltuit Ln~. 4C. l 11 tw r l.1 n~ntI 1t11111 Iteulato JEInt.,,J/AhinIo1 cOI~iM4,m or ttelyt.r Underwear. An u'ncommonly handsome present Is Ia Nt of "Ypsllantl" Underwear, for whh h HlHand Bros. are the sole repre sentatlve arents. They have also those lanIll. n' Aun trallan Wool and Ma.eo Ylin V\. et. ailI lPant", and I.uldi.*.' Igvptlian Yarn ('ombinallfort Hlulti. (crd'rna for thonw deltl hiful Xmas preel.nt will Ie . x.. utal a t tholse e ietaer l l h llday aprle" whihh ar th,. wonder of ava-tyhodly. Umbrellas. One of the haIsnlome rant mot season ahle, and in many rP.l, 'ct thy. most ap propriale Xman present in an I'mbrella. The Ipretthl. are at RanI I liro.' IAIle.' All Bilk I'mbrellas, Men's All Bllk Taffeta or Berg,, with '.oll, Ivory, Natural Wood (,lrv.edl and c'elluloid Handles, fohl Ir. the tightestl compass, are paragon framns, and are also para gonsn of art, workmanship and skill. Iluy early; only a limited number in stock. ____________________ -- I Hosiery. Ipeclal Holiday Prices in all Ladies' Eglibsh Extra Quality Cashmere Ho.es finest grade of imported Cashmere, full fashioned, etc. Ladles' Black Wool Hose, fin'e auge, seamless and full fashioned foot. Our Hosiery Depart ment in ilk Lisle., German and Irish BalbrIggaq Hose will furnish delight ful goods for holiday presents. Eiderdown QUILTS. By far the actne of enteel gift of fering Is one of those Luxurious Arctic Feathery. Downy, Soul Inspiring Bed Spreads. We have pillows of the self same dreamy poetlo suggestiveness, and a Xmas present of this kind is more than utilitarian: It Is typlcal of an "Elysium on Earth." SHERIFF'B RALIN Charlotte Johnson, plaintiff, vs. 8. C. Baldwin, Lulle BI. Baldwin. P. R. Walllce, L. C. P. Lots. assignee, and George Yer. gy, defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of forerlosure and sale issued out of the district court of the First ju dlclal district of the state of Montana. In and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on the Ist day of l)ecem:.r. A. D. 134. In the above entitled action, wherein Charlotte Johnson, the above named plain Uff, obtained a judgment and deeree of foreclosure and sale against the above named defendants on the 15th day of No vember. A. D. 112. for the sum of IaM., besides Interest, costs and attorneys fees, which said decree was. on the 11th day of November. A. D. IBM, 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: Iat No. fourteen (14). In block L. of the Blake addition to the city of Helena. the sild lot having a frontage on Broadway of forty-two (42) feet, and a depth of one hundred (100) feet, according to and as said lot and block are more particularly described upon the official plat (amended) of the said addition, now ol Ale in the office of the county clerk and recorde) of the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, togcther with all and singular the tenements, heredltaments and appur. tenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Public notice Is herebly given that on Monday. the :4th lay of Decr'ember. A It. 18.4, at 12 o'clock m of that dy., at tht. front door of the court house. Helena. Lewis and Clarke county. Montana. I will, In ohbedince to sald order of sale and de cree of foreclosure and sale. sell the above descrlbed property, or so mich thereof as nay be necessary to satisfy said Judg mnllt, with Interest and costs, to the high est nI teat hhlder, for cash in hand. i\ven under my handl this AI day of De cemlnber. A. 1) I19. ('ilAltl.l:8 I) ('I'HTIR. Sheriff. fly FlaEI) VI. HOBS. U'ndier therlff. Cullen & Tonle, plaintitff's attorneys. 1'h:I1 I( I., I t. Johnson, p. u alt IIT, c YL1 Tlriimiit Iluilnii. Ielrnl(Rn l ('1l1.1,1 and(r~· I,) t h ( *nil( of Nn urdrl ..f ail'1 .111 1111 '11'1I or 1ut I'l ·U(r and 1 ILl 1."kl·. (,I IIll of t e I lr\ l, I court of tilt. . . I) Iht Ju-I do I1, 11 JI",U"I) t al 111. 111..tr" of J11(·1m 111. In ,ul' 11 fa~ll the :) ml) tot I.. 111 .1 1'(1I 1.I kt( (l total.' It J Iu nwo 1. 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Illt~ 11· ~Lrt·l~·). to .f :"· .11~ 1~ I" r: unit I'I Wko r unl y, Ina' tiler atilt jilt Mul sil 1:111U'the hIll- n tghn. hrrll Lu nt., .... 11) a1(121 15. nLrH. In'lllil hclnulR. ,at In u Tyw lc M. l app IRrl fill nryr Qrlginators of Low Pries. Bee Our B iow WlndIowt Th'w In Iicata the Intorric' I ?ol~kiy. I4 Ni It' K l 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 grades, and our special holiday prices will make them additionally Interenst ing. Call early, as we have reason to antleipate a "violent rush" for those goodm. Blankets. Those Hygienlc California Blankets are. most acceptable presentation, and thoughtfulness would suggest the appropriateness of such a Christmas glift. LOST ENERGY " "",@m MEN uioýwWl ý. iw~ dIinbdI~a YEW~~~~~~ bum teenm Yr~rrLCIUl OR WOMEN. *IU`OBLL bICBOUDORN s m Sale and xchange. As Improved ranch three miles from White Sulphur Springs; 160 acres; about siaty acres seeded down to timothy, bal ance under cultivation. all under fence; good range adjacent; good house, with bath, bern end stable, corrals, two gran aries, sheds; everything In good order; Irret class water right of 10 Inchtes, always plenty fat water. A thoroughly equipped ranch. Price. $4,21. Will sell on eaey terms or exchange for Helena real estate. A well located ranch of 270 acres In the Bitter Hoot valley, four miles from Stev ensevlle, the county seat; convenient to school and church; ampl4 water; under fence; plenty of buildings and corrals. Will exchange for Helena real estate. Will include farming Inplements. Ranch of 1i acres on IDearborn river; hewed log house. cabin, stable, barns and corrals: buildings insured for S5t); mort gage on premitee of 1PS to run ahout three years. Will take Helena real estate worth $400 for equity, or will exchange for uor.l wood or stock. Improved ranch of 11) acres near Ron denr,. Mis.sotur,. frame house of three roomti; tat bearing eaple and peach trees; 110 acres timber, ash. oak and walnut; no Incumbrhrce. Will exchange for Helena real estate. A neat four room dwelling with small lot and a business lot with two buildings oni It to exchange for a ranch. A neat brick cottage or five good-sised rooms, large cellar, partial plumbhing; ia three-room cottage and a seven-room dwelling, all on South Main street. to trade for a good resldenee on the east or West side. S1.610-Attractive seven-room dwelling. pantry, three closets. cellar, city water, barn; on west lide, ntear Lllnton aventll, alit one block from car line; SU0tl down; $1,i.. it q "n tl ,l' * t'i iltr % fth corne.1e. lilt *on L -l gttt 1* ll ti'ac ., n.t In ttL'n I:r Il"~l; I "'0'' r I$1., lrnl. ta'tn ight I 1. 1 ,h+, I,'lll . l, b olt alld lfurna e No t.'P Shl·in ! tl.,I $ 14 " e v e n - rtoI l d w l l ll .: It h l i , .It Third l ,eet, neat, it lIttl' Rooms for rhnt, rdilI-h.t un i rnt .' nIshcd. MATHE8ON & CO GOLD BLOCK. LOOD POISONI'""' 144fl ~ekd h r h h q SIA I·.. Ih·n. II. INS(U .nd Illl,,,l , lrM, UO R m~d . ttI"y ."I N. o.I., .61 I., Il ... to HOVEY & BICKEL / Civil and Mining ENGINEERS ROOMS 24 2z, CLOA[0. I1AlDlP'.S-N,,.g' hi ilesh tailing( tnywbere was Ih that, fur stylish, eervlIeeabg moots such prion. u s UIM it.g to arcept this woee qoif could pnisibly rule .U I:~at It ý IHuliday perm oiur Iw'artu opinl, anrn h splrit wu fraInkly *5?"1* q u ." All those 1inr$ I iiji H +n muit go" this wwk. tl.o,, (1hinobtlu Roeters g" tills wsek, All tba, All,,rt lackets "must Co" wer0k. All those Ve'ou 3 . I"mui~t vo"~ thi ek, UAll eboIs.. Flush Miltary (Japas "smug& thin week. AU shoe. hIs and VlenaS esastum rad'IIoW l to lass tht hltb urlgirul 1r ess "must go tyve y this week. Thip will a rmint hkltortr wa Io sell ni, and the prise centumat tbe power et ..e atal backed up biseliih p'ocky busloes l sad Ar se. Christmad PRESeNTS. Comprised In uleta, . ai proprlately sentlmentqi, e 0 Ing: Japanese oflt VI3gW. Ions, embroidered lln@. WMIS nilk tringe: ik. OaL.M'I , man and Swisa H.adkhehesi) In Evening Ihades. Itrlt. Riding; Vases in Etrusame, Japanese; Bljouterle of the 1gI and attractive decriptlon; and other Toys, Ineludilg the over-hand "Climbing Moalke.; Ing Cases : Complete Tollkt Ttar Fancy Work. and ll1 kinds of Dooks. etc., eto. no. I5. o APPLICATION R0n A PA uoo.S.L Ooe1 "e s% eros and Right L ,0 and Clarke otuat, ward McGovera.W rsas Butto.Ilv tan;L and Wllftla tdgese Madisoa ýty oi hrtieay, "t atvmr Montana, have this cation for a Dtst fu 1old and hlver lith ,e. feet toid eet tIa no organised mining Jefferson. and state of IWrnted by the fleld eot"e on file in this office s in townahip 8 north. cipal base line and me said survey No. 1N beag wit: leginning at corner 0. La diameter, marke4 -I f. I. from which corner No. I of tbears n 4t deY. 8 Le tie n corner a of isex zE hears n 3 deg 48 me ning from thence n q dei . ft. thence a 17 deg and a. thnce n 71 des 40 min e IT der o min 41 tt t I and the plsooe variation 10 des 0 iain e co acres. The location of this ml e Io the county recorder's ofico a county, Montana. There are a Iii claims. Any and all person claiming any portion or said Ousery lode, surface ground are required to adverqse claims with tbe reister United States land offie .to il the state of Montana. durlintba. day eiod of publiation hereo w-ill be barrd y virtue of the p. 1 of the stlatute. W. i. ('OX, Rest Uterling & Muffly. attorneys fer ants. First publication Sept. a. IS. NOTICE' OF' 4TOCKHO)Li)U3UW INcJ. \\ý1"-4 h.'r'tiy given of the ama 111, u1:· 11I IhI. Nt/Nwkholdpra of the H N ,,~ibo oft ºIrd.rnM %liini&ana t@o In 1 1 .11 'It-- 4:nlklnu onl.. of that 1.,I .. I IN"'i h. hour,. of mt)a. at. L., 11 4 111 Iii. it?. titty of Janutary.3 pI' " I I 1 ~ ,t v of h n.'t.lng haing iU ib 11*a ,.r thhrI..u dlrclture for th4~I eIII Ii J: ,'11. .1,111 ,il,. voting on the p ~ . *11111(,1 rol1iltarv liquidation for the JW' (,uý, or u'..tt11daliog with the brut' .w 1tn141 huink if Iiol.na. Montana. aI other h.u1iiur.s am may propvely be u I~. F. cQP U Cm A:LP .3*u~ YIOU"' ,, - M~~om ..