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at Ballinasloe did +-o by thii alnlnotncelment : SNow,. thin.. all ye blackgnards that isn't lawyers mit t lave the court." A shred old latly cautioned It,. r inarried daughter against worrying her husbantid toot luc.lI,n ca n eicludtel Iby sayillng : iM1I, child, a man is like ill eggr. Kept in hot vater a little while he may boil tt.o, butkeepl him there too lonr antl he haled In cases of dys Ng rheuEllmpelsia, debit it y, Al4i l n rlieumiatism, fever ECELERRATE and ague, liver corn plaint, inactivity of the kidneys a n it bladder, constipa tion and other organ ie maladies, IHostet ter's Stomach Bit ters is a tried reme dy, to which the Smedical bro the r hood have lent their professional sanc tion, and which as a tonic, alterative and household specillo for disorders of the .!BTsaR stomach, liver and bowels hlas an un ' .' bounded popularity For sale by Drug giets and Dealers, to whom apply for Iostetter's Almanac for 1&I.5. N OTICE OF FINAL EN'IRY. Land ffilce at Ilelena, M. T November 13, 1884. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of intention to make tinal prool' in support of his claim anit tlhat said prooi will be nmade before L. Rotwitt, dleputy clerk 3c1 Judicial District Court ofMontana Territory in and for Meagher county, sat White Sulphur Strings, on Thursday December 18. 1884, viz: David P Hichardson, who made S. and S Homestcad ap plica ion No. 65 or the s e 3 s e s sec. 23 sw X sw% sec. 24nw n w .sec. 25, and n e ne M see. 26 tp. 9 n r 6 e. He nanmes the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and .ultivation of said land, viz: John C. Tip ton, Philip Miller, William Darby and Jasper M. IIanson, all of White Sulphur Springs, Men gher county, M. T. 1 F. AtDKINSON, Register. We will send you awatch oractaln BY MAIL BR EXPRESS, I. 0. D.,tobe exalaeed beforeipnyting any money and It f nt satisfactory, returned at urexplense. We manufactureall ur watches and save you 3e per cent. 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White Sulphur Springs, Montana. Stock boarded by the week or month. Tran sient stock well cared for. Stable complete it a1l its appointments LIVERY RIGS In Esery Variety, and s. good as can be Found in the Country. [44-tf] Toustin's Ferry and Hotel. A Reliable Crossing. The shortest route from southwest Montana into nMeashertcounty. Good accommondations lor man and beast. Geneva Nurseries. GENAVA, NEW YORK. W. & T. SMITH, Propr's. ESTABLISHED IN 1846. OVER 500 ACRES IN CULTIVATION. Send for our new Descriptive Catalogue of old I and new varieties of Fruit, Ornamentetl T'rees, Hoses, Shrubs, Etc., to .i. A. GOO)lPITE, (Gen. Agent. 4-45-tf Helena. Montana. BIG ELIK' STAGE CO. From Martinsdale to BigTimber. Good Stock and Wagons and good accommoda tions for passengers len route. Leave Martinsdale Mounday, Wednesdav y and Friday mornings. Leave Big Timber, Tuesday, Thursda' and Sat urday. Fare from Martinsdale to Big Timber $8; relght ,-and express 2 cents per pound. This is the a.lort !est and best route from White ulphur Springs, Martinedale, Judith Basin and Musselshell valley to points east on the N P. :. R. H. G B. rtATCH.' Proprietor and U. S. Mail Contractor. HEI.EN A AND ENGLIH TRAINI'G SCHOOL, BROADWAY, HELENA, M. T. Imparts a thorough and practical education in all commercial branches. The advantages of this institution are equal to any of the Eastern commercial Colleges Rates of tuition no high er than in good Eastern Colleges. The same text-books and manner of instruction are used here as in the leading BRYANT and STRATTON Commercial Colleges in the United states. PEN MANSHIP and BOOK-KEEPING a specialty. Circulars giving rates, course of study, and other Information, will be sent to any address on ap plication to H. T. ENGELHORN, or Principals, E. O. RAILSBACK, 46 Hielena, Montana. 0. C. BUNDY, Photographer, Proprietor TRAIN'S GALLERY, Cutler St. Helena, Montana. Is prel:ared to do etter work than ever. Call and see for yourselves. Sunday worn excepted. 28-ly i ---Li -- S. , - ..h,. te'ue.u leultad ...h n , t tll a . wt u to t-teblish w;. I, i. .i ·, ....glteU ·)·t··': ' humtuola stat drua.:lna, O, -tr :inll., , , pt: athl.. Tae s :h,,, , u-,',i - , irwi-,tat. uu, . . ' . uti..ty tel.ti enoaft ud thlc t uu, ;lce raw Yumr, Fco. 1t 1,91 D at . ,lac-t st,, & , sYaT-- Dear Si,.. ,a : I ., i.a: -,x mlu,.th's tcLl u± treatment fur ulceration antl tirp acenwnt. a . fbndi lg tnyself hut ,ery liltt, I*tur . ca.: - it:do. m d t,. try ,nII I'a.ille...tlte: usiny ie-+ than -quarer t 1,, u a t, 1 fl, a li and trong. aud consider , .,el f nom I re front wtakueas wu 10h maker wo,.,.u ,icu., olAlO..l an.l life: a u.,l, ui lb:i+e(,·tfulli ioure MILS. E n.\ .l.INII)EK (A Ech cra- ti trva e p rate cct, rdius . to ia diiun a , ding nu,.i. CurrcPl. ndeu."e iuriitlki whHich Is held In strict eolli "n .. L , Blwardad in plan scald iellvl.sI.,, and ao olu kuo- chn: tlly cutan. ,\ddreý.· ta prti,.larc . IDRS. JA4RKIN a IItIURNEtTT, N . EC. itaxe and Ninth ttreets, Clnelnnatsl O. JTOT'ICE OF FINAL ENTRY. Land Office at Helena, Montana, Dec, mber 1, 1884. Notice is hereby given lhat the following named settler hsb plied notice of his intention to make 11i nal proof in rupport of his claim and that said pro, f will be made before L. Rotwitt deputy clerk 1d Judicial District court. lontana lerritory, in and for Meagher county at White Sulphu Springs on Saturday, January 10, 1885. viz: John Moore, who made Homested application No. 1148 for the w 3 n e ( the n e 3 n w# section 24, and se a w bec. 18 tp. 12, nr 4 e He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous reli dence upon and cultlvati n of said land. viz: John O. Hussey, Samuel M Allebaugh and An drew Holland, of White Sulphur Springs, and A. Joseph Stephens, of Fort Logan. all of Meagher county, M. T. 4 F. ADKINSON, Register. THE DINGEE & CONARD CO'S IBCAUTIFUL EVER-BLOOI(ING ROSES Our Great peclnlty igsrona and distribating 1OSnES-we deliver strong Pot Plants, suitable ior intuedia'e bloom safely by mail at all Pcst Olicee. 6 spleadid Varieties +,r, ". .r all labeled, for I12 f2or S2; 35forS8; 100 for 512. Also O1HER VARIETIES 2,3, 10FR$1 aar.di.p to raue end for our New Gta., , 76,1p elegantiy i!ll.s. and chnse from over 5 anet -, ,rt Addres., THE DIN(EE &: CONAID CO., Rose torswera, W'eat Grove, Cheater Co., Pa. < ering it. It :ontaius illustrations, prices, .::p',uns and directions for ianttng all • egetaole and Flower SEEDS, B.$S eta. D.M.FERRY&CO.D-T' $1000 REWARD. Escaped on Qctober 9, 1884, from the county ail at White Sulphur Sprofng Meagher county. oseph W Hanna, under illndictment for mrder; . George Outhwait, indlet~d for embeszlement. * p0 willt be paid by the under for their ar eset and seturn and lw 00 for the ideti cation and arrest of the party or parties who assisted their es ByEscod order of the Bo,rd of Commisioners. 9 Lanna, ROTWITT, Cle r;k. G e owusaint Vandouter far ember Works. Will lweys pdby the unehair in for their ar ty, and pay thehseouver, W. T. Vmncouver, W. T. H. M. PARCHEN & Co., .HELENA, M. T. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, BUILDING AND WALL PAPERS, Stationery, Lamps, NOTIONS, ETC. Agents for Mallinckrodt's Carbolic Sheep Dip, Moore's Sulphur Dip, Aus tralian Scab Exterminator, and the It.'ian Sheep wash. We carry by far the largest stock in our line in Montana, and can offer inducements to cash buyers not to be found elsewhere. CANTON SALOON, LODGING HOUSE, -AND FEED STABLE. Fe #d the Hungry, RHest the Weary, and Make the Despondent Glad. Choice Wines, Liquors and CIG-.A.ARS. Everything shipped dilect from the East, and of the very best quality. 13.Callt and be satisiled. JOHN H. FORD. Canton, Montana. 24 SWOPE & ROBERTSON, BLACKSMITHS, lartlinsale, Montana, Have the most Complete outfit of Stock and Tools, and do the largest range of work of any shop in the country. ALL WORK FIRST-CLASS, And done with Promptness and Dispatch 1831 CULTIVATOR 1885 Cosu~try n3.tlem The Best of the AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES. THE COUNTY GENTLEMAN is the Leading Jour nal of American Agricultre. In amount and practical vrlue of Contents, in extent and ability of Correspondence, in quality of paper and style is believed to have no superior in either of the three chief divisions of FARM CROPS AND PROCESSES, HORTICULTURE & FRUIT-GROWING, LIVE-*TOCK AND DAIRYING. while it also includes all minor departments of rural interest, eauch as the Poultry Yard, Ento mology, Bee-keeping, Greenhouse and Grapery. Veterinary Replies, Farm Questions and An swers, Fireside Reading, Domestic Economy, and a summary of the News of the Week. Its MARKET REPOaTS are unusualiy complete, and much attention is paid to the Prospects of the Crops, as throwing light upon one of the most important of all questions-When to buy and when to sell. It is liberally Illustrated, and is intended to supply in a continually increasing degree, and in the best sense of the term, a LIVE AGRICULTJRAL NEWSPAPER. Although the CouNTRa GENTLIramA has been GREATLY ENLARGED by increasing its size from 16 to 20 pages weekly, the terms continue as heretofore, when p:.id strictly in advance: ONE t OPY, one year, $2.)0; FOUR .'OPlEs. $Sll.o, and an additional copy for the year free to the sender of the Club: TEN CoPIEs, $20 and an ad ditional copy for the year free to the sender of RAIl NEW subscribers for 1885, paying in ad vance now, WILL iECEIVE THE PAPER I EEKLY, from OUR RECElIPT of the remittance, to January Ist, li&5, wlTnotr CnHARGE. SIC.PSPr..CIl COPe1.S FRae. Address LUTHER TUCKER & SON, Pub iisher. ALBANY, N. Y. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. Land Office at Helena, M. T., Dlecember 13, 1884. S Noti e il hereby gives that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in suppsrt of his claim and that said proof will be made before L. totwitt, Deputy Clerk of th e3rd Judicial l)istr'ct (ourt, Mont na Territory, in and Ior Meagher county, at White Sulphur Springs, on Thursday December 18. 1884, viz: Thomas L. Linton, who made D. 8. No. 6189 tor the sa neM3sec 28tp. 9nrle He Sames the following witnesses to prole his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: GeorgeL. Grayson, Fred H. Marr, and Jes-e A. Wiltese, of White Sulphur Springs, and Henry Landes, of Martinsdale, all of Meagher county, M. T. 1 F. ADKINSON, Register. To Whom it May Concern. This is to certify that the Cone Butte and Moo casin round-up passed a resolution at its spring meeting, that in consequence of their range being already overstocked, they would not brand or round-up with any new comers on their range. 28 H. P. BROOKS, President. Going East -OR Going West No matter which, the NORTHERN PACIFIC IRAILR O AD Is. YOUIt LINE, As it will take you in either direction between ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, GLYNDON, DULUTH, CASSELTON, MOORHEAD, FARGO, VALLEY CITY, JAMESTOWN. MIN NEWA UKAN, (Devil'a~ Lake), MILNOR, LAMOUItE, BISMARCK. MANDAN. GLENDI)I VE. BILLINGS. HELENA, Yillowsto1e National Park. DEER LODGE, BI 'I'TE CITY. MISSOUJ LA, SPOKANE FALLS, WALLA WALLA, THE DALLES, PORTLAND, OR. OLYMPIA. NEW '1'A( OMA, SEATTLE. VICTORIA, B. C., All Points in BRITIStI COLUMBIA. and ALASKA SALEM. ALBANY. AND ROSEBURG, ORE. REMEMBER That the Northern Pa cific Railroad run.. THE ONLY EMIGRANT SLEEPER81 TEE ONLY DAY COACHES! THE ONLY PULLMAN SLEEPERS! THE ONLY DINING CARS! -BETWEEN ST. PAUL AND PORTLAND, ORE. ELEGANT HORTON CHAIRS are run between DULUTH and BRAINERI). Full information in regard to the Northern Paciflo lines can be obtained FREE by address ing ('CHAN. M FEE, General Passenger Agent, 17-tf ST. PAUL, MN~I. MERCHANTS HOTEL LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. (Fronts Park Street, between the Froight and Passenger Depot-.) First-class in Every Department ':ables Suppltied with the Bust Eatabhul that the Market Affords. PARLORS FOR LADIES, And the House Complete with all the Net essaries for the Comfort of Guests. WM. MITCHELL, Proprietor. [36-1y] C. L. ALLEN & SONS DEA1,ERUs IN Lumber & Shingles. We have now on rand a large lot of Lumber & Shingl's And will continue to keep a full supply the re mainder of the season VW e w ill. ro e I:, n derpofd, a-- guar 28 C. l. AI,,EN & . )N --G* T-T THE BEST - "MATCH'LESS -L D - ORGANS UPRIGHT SAWAED PIAN 0 S HIGHEST HONORS GREAT AT EVERY GREAT IMPROVEMENT WORLD'S PUREST, BEST EXHIBITION MUSICAL FOR SEVENTEEN YEARS TONES ONLY AMERICAN ORGAN GREATEST AWARDED SUCH AT ANY ELEGANCE 100 STYLESI AND $22 to$900 DURABILITY FOR CASH EASYPAYMENTS.OR RENTED. CATALOGUES & PRICE LISTS FREE. SICIANS'O Y REGA , UNEQUALLED| VTHEODORE THOMAS. HEMASON & HAMLIN Co. .w mR STROWBRIDGE S OWE R BROAD CAST LPs1 .".l Uins, grass seud Pla.... gsat, ashes, oUlruJrunal fertilzers - every1.[alr requi"in faster than any other nmethod, 1. * by aowing perfectly even. no Lfc" b, sa'ed is not thrown upwards nr .c. L ." t.c st ' on eiser r .Tlth , .d"a ,o ' ~ t. a:. ttached to any wagonor o r: . uesetd wherever they a.l b - h rive f' fearthlurrerthauwhen d; r'o l (~1t ry r ' :.Broadca.ter made: mnet : r:.r , : mplemet in the wor!l ,, :& ( ::: . r, c ' S '"mendie by A ieultural *..... a.., IfL.lo b BEST. CHEAPEST. SIMPLEST. y arran,e: o rfct.n.. ,, S not. bLe put oftf ith mtay athr. ' r' nt onc cam for new f.ee illustrated atalowo- wi:b :C w.DORR tanager f formation nd hndretta :, twg NLAcal3M _Oat alr P4ýWir 171 FowRTH sT.. DES laNrSINE R - ol * E ENGINE tot WORKS 1 01 ig gas to i Bolers in for iatediat delivery. Grand Central H OTEL, white Sulohur Springs, M. T.. MRS. WILTSE. - PROPRIETRESS This is the Popular ilou-c( of the Health Resort. 11Teat Rcoms, With Good Beds. Excellent Tables And Good Attenition given to gu,,sts. CHARGES REASONABLE. Dan'1 I. Donovan, WIVOLESALE AND RETAIL G OCEBY & PROVISION HOUSE LIVINGSTON, MI. T. Ranchmen, Stockmen and Wool Growers who purchase at rail. road or river points, should get prices and send a trial order to this house. 40 PENSIONS r ny disability ..Children, Parents. Pensions now Increased. Charges o' Desertion removed; Dischaiges and Bounty obtained. Hore claims now paid. Send stamp for New Laws and blanks. Col. I. BINGHAM. Att'y since 1865 for Claims & Patents, Washington, D. C. SOMETHING UNEXPECTED. THOROUGHBRRED) f TEN DIFFERRENT BREEDI, to be divider, as premiums SEE among those getting up the SEE I largest clubs for -THIE NATIONAl. Woo(L-GRow En ' .' UARTERLY, The official organ of the NATIONAL WOOL-GtoW Elt' ASSOCIATION. 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