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;. o wrtay it wat me. SIrho'ote these lines?" You've got . ther.: As chiool boeys sy you've got me cold. toy, t deny these versos rare l'Writcelaby-lray do not stara - lMy little son, who's six months old. re4oha endri ok Bang,. in Harper's Magazine. TH$E ACE OF A DEMON. , here were only sixty of us cavalry t: pard a train of sixty wagons: the Indiann ouald have borne us down by sheer weigh of numbers had they possessed the nerve tc glarge on manse. At two o'elook in the at ternoon I counted at least four hundred o the hbstiles in eight-every one mounter on his war pony and armed with a goo< wtde, if not a Winchester. S8xty troopers and thirty teamsters to 40( iedskins Big odds in favor of the whoop ing, soreaming, defiant riders, and more as because out of the thirty teamsters not more than half would fire a shot in case of a grand charge. Western men and not theii -rest sight of Indians by a dozen times, bul teamasters are not the machine a soldier is As the reds began to close in and beconu more defiant I noticed many white facel among the wagons, and I figured thai many a man would out loose his fleetest male and seek to escape by flight if worst mspe to worst. We must give the Apaches a lesson in -ananers. Ve had beoon waiting until the train should reach a favorable location. Tke moment hld come. On this ground the teamsters could take care of it with ten trpopera to guide nnd direct, and that hft tti ef usto act. The word was quietly passed down the line, each man prenpared himself, and at a note from the bugle r wonderful change took place. Our captain wheeled with twenty men, and charged to the rear; our single lieutenant wheeled to the left with ten men: a sergeant chlarg.,, straight ahead with ten more; I took nine others and wheeled to the right and r, ode straight at a body of eighty Indianle bunched on a kuoll just ont of rifle shot. "ltight wheel-steady, now; forward. trot, gallop-chlrge'!" Tenl to eighty! Eight to one! Odds enough to prove our metal and make it ex citing. Every trooper in every squadron wgs oheerirg as he rode. Hie. carbine was stmpped to his back and his sabre was hL !d oft in his right hand. lRaush 'em,boys; drive right into 'em make a hole in the bunch!" Our plan had been executed so swift!; thltthe reds were dumb-founded. Otnil three or four shots were fired at us as w-V abarged, and the whole band sat there gtz. ino at us as we thundered utp. We struech thkm with an awful orash-ten of us in sine gis rank, and as our sabres began to flast the Indians thought only of getting out of reaoh. We had them flying in two min. utes, and the order was, in ease they took to flight, to keep together and run them for bouple of miles, using our earbines on their backs. I had a light horse, not much larger than an Indian pony. He struck and knocked ever two ponies, and as I cut a warrior down with my sabre my horse pitohed for ward and flung me heavily to the ground. I was stunned, but remember that two or three horses stopped on me as the Indians dr ot and took to flight. When 1 strug gled to a sitting position it was to find ny self almost helpless. My right shoulder was broken, my back severely injured, and my legs felt numb. 1 was in a hollow, from e which I could not see the wagons, but I could hear the fighting going on in all di- in rections. Im To the right of me was a dead warrior, to lu the left a second; further to the left a dead I bt pony: to the right a wounded one; directly s in front of me and twenty feet away was a ;s redskin, kicking and struggling. I had ci just got a rest on my left elbow when he sat j up. The right side of his head was all i1 bloody from ia sabro out which had shaved off an ear, but this would have been a trifle to him. He Isug' ' '"ve been dismounted by it the shock, as I "-;.., and had also been trod den on. Hi- arm hung limp and his tl back we' - I fell back as he tried d to s't , rolling over half way, his f eyes iu::.i : quarely into mine. Talk of the fury in the eyes of a tiger s brought to bay-of a lion crippled and wait- a Ing to strike a dying blow-o-f the fires of hell burning in the eyes- of a martiif at tacked with hydrophobia apd impatient to a destroy! fTe face of that Indian was thei face of a demon fresh from the confnes of Hades. The hLpte in his eyes made, the blood chill. ' he desire for vengeance burned out like a blaze on a hilltop at mid- i! night. I felt for my revolver with my left hband. It was in the holster of my saddle. ly car bins was at my back, but I could not tet at i it, injured as I was, and the slightest move ment siving me excruciating p:ini. \Veas ,e armed? Yes! I saw his lett hand go down t and seize the handle of his tomahawk, and t as he raised it he tried to utter a shout of vengeance. He could not sit up, arid hie right armni was helpless, but shutting lis teeth tightly together to force back thed pain, he waved the tomahawk three or folur times to get an imletus and then fung t t at me. It passed over ume and sunk into tie e1 earth. Had he any other weapon? IHe lay bck!:, I panting with vain and exhaustio,. aft, r li I throw, and again his eyes glared 'nto rin, I while the blood oozed fronm his wounrdl and ran down his throat and neck. Hate! Vengeance! 1'Fury! llove! )e spait! I road each feeling as it pan.,d through his heart-read it from the eyes' which burned cind glinted and bla:zel c:lu I grew faint ot their onrlignity. Then he movd tiin ai: again and brought up a tniu.rn-a long thin knite', which the Irebleet blow wo:uld drivr to a man's heart. It lllrahd rand glistened in the sun, and myr tlesh crept as the r.ed dc.vl, wounded unt, dat il rnrd almost h .lr'..s, reached out, l:id ibe knrife on thie r:.ld, and then soughte to rlu,'.h the soil ail d, a': his body towards me. An inch-two inch;rei -three--fiv-ten--a foot! If hb can i avO time he will pull himself narods that si:pace to within striking diist'ance and then drive that knife into me! Hle reachea nut gain --be gri'o.ns in sain- his fingers ,;;; up .I e I.. rt--hisey, s ln,,.I blood-red as he c:lile uar Sir thirst for .n geance to help his n:u''clct ; perlfo m thei ir work another inchi :.i i rcellle-antcr; r foot! 1 feel tbh groned ajiround an e si ,'ni': 'l i far as I cai. No weapor--:nothlng to ast(ic.i his advance! Once mnorie Ire reace-li ort rcnd do' ,'cit the knife--the bi.ich in iers a ink i:nt, L. soil and tind a hiold-th In owrrriannl I.c'-' n of a single arm in.l hiL c:iphc i b'd d n:' inch by rich--mia b .i:. 'in r' brighter bl eE ii hi e eyEs- -dd tionml i:' v creeps into that ' Ftaidv ;'ealre. I , b:: bI, i wounded unto deati,, out if hti e-en . i rI( he will rieo without a ri nare ---aye! with a shout of erxulttatioill i ini his Inch by inch-coo'ing, couin irg--nearer, nearer! Two feet more nl it- (:eii rie..r.il me and stab ,and thrustl with that k1,t,: Butanlddauly I nItive t:ha't the iirir, ii:'r ceased; I htear teo hoof-beats f gIill,)i;ll hore.s, and now lhalf in doclar troop.eis rido up, and one of them calls out: "Bless my stare, but her.'.ri rour sergeari-t! Hello, old boy, catch a m:ulet? D!own, bov::, and look after hinu. anvd i'll just lut :i ounce ball into the head of ihis rea lthrvl who's been picking his teeth with liii hunt ing knife. t-tand clea:r ia nllrst.', hoI si! One, two, three-gone to Injun hlanven to fool with no more wagon trains!'-M. (Iliad in New York World. Ilow Yale Students Get, Sprij.ig' Stish. Eomoe of the students of Y:le bhave hit upon a plans for supplying thecirelee, with spring suite of clothing. They formn thim selves into clulbs of sevent;- i.v, appoint a treasurer and at the end of ccch weiek the members pay ..1 each to the treasurer. Then seventy-five card of equal size tre placed in a bag, each card bu •:i THOMJS GOFF, : HARADABE, STOVES AND RANGES, Mine and Mill Supplies. 22 NORTH MAIN STREET. ing numbered. Then one of the members is fixed uponl acc the lucky one for the drawing and each morn ber proceeds to draw a card. The one that secures the lucky number is entitled to a suit of clothes einde by one of the tret class tailors, the total coat to him being $1. At the end of the second week the drawing is repeated and one of tile rmuainmln seventy-four mnembe' s of the club gets his spring suit for $2. The d awintuii are repeated weekly during thirty-five weeks, at the and of which time the forty members of the club who have not drawn a luck! number are entitled to suits from the tailor without further payment.. It will be seen that thirty-four stuldents get suits at a cost varyinm f rom $1 It $34, and and forty-one studlonts pay $::, ettch for their suits, The average-, cost, ',, suit is $27.20. The suils ,·re alI of the $7:, ralde and are w-mll-made ghrments.--:lw Yo:k Tribune. No Dispute About Ils (Grip. However. Concernini'the origin of the hedihug there is much dispute. F]"r a t lIno time it was declar, d that the oreature was introduced into Europle in timber brought front Amer ics, but this is doabtless untt ue. 'Le litre "bug' is a Ce!tli word signifying ta .Lot ort goblin, probabl,:l ocalus the animal is war ticula iy the terro: ,.f the i.htt . HIOe, the t:rln "ibuq:gear" and "bull'' in this el.s. oftein occnrs i. Sakeap--are. In Ni"h oliUn's Journal tloere is mention of a tilan I who, tar from diilioing hIdbug.a, t,-li; them nnuror his protectin otn netId w;ot' I nov'- - t;r.l. t1 1i to be disturbed, uitul iti the cnd the'y swarmed to :Inli nute'dtlh, d! cree. an'd alter his death llllltons wer.e found n ,is nbed atnd chambtir ftirniti '! we ce.tu.ieis ugo therte was :. h.p Sarse, not or hu"lln bit."'. for tfn lower I antiitls, Oven to ii:eitsitO. I;eggpar were tlit'"t li| thie rcinni't~eir t of t!hit ii cranitarmiri emnceru o pass n :hts aito.:', fleas il'itl Ierdhlnts, on the t xprro' n co-I 'i vI' of stufeitin, teemu to ecl. yy itnut fi. l t vN i. ol t nr le-Lat!,ite . At the pre tent t1 l. t,, b -tt .3 Roo te' ettae Ji t iti i .t -'V p/ pli Il (hlo as a a cure for to5ur.-Wa5-,i ington ,t at'. V hal a Nited Ihy-i'ia i: 'i.. Ct IrAto, Jan, l, I--"s W. i'. Wi-dom: j,.ar a ;''- "\r .l tareq tst tod have ,'x:,, lthd t ::' f , itn!:. Iof y\our tol iit a, eln'il ,"r, called ":lhborTlij." I can ,asnio: you that the ?.gr['e itsn te at both blind and hurm lec's,:od tihat LI ro uti:tl: w oIn d fou: atn Ixce lhnr, applinttai, i irritatod contdi itioes of the sktiin. Iirs' uItsi S, 'r l u n t i v',A 11. ftD. .r rlfes;.or (,f Anlatol'v, ulu .1 Me(tical (Cu h 'i , and !'. A. ari' , 'on . , .,I. 11. ,. - r po Fozs Via C'hojage and tl p . opu!ar (.h;ncl:., -t P tul and F.ana City a Idh .ayl',y. 'e;ti theou-I .ll.:., of pit oplo tli:O atlI alv l ave .it Dit .1 . t ',,::,ivbS and t noaf'.. -e-n ! ti . n!.i k c+ il .' n t :.l P c ir, t u.. - ets0 - ot 1 1 tid tii loaf:, a t t b i::, ,, .o b i t.-.t rt i -w li, e t - t. - 'c t .d l t f :.i , t I:c I so'5 - is t .l r 'o -iv t ',d ein ts t. ( i t ' ::('. i::v (h w, a,. v , u p m:,i, : s ;,o, a, I' l . i. I.o , " ! rt l,'.. .te f,',.e , i ,i i sL iii.. I :,o , E `at 'Trhi rd >',: t, ,,. Paul, .E nn:., or \. h h. litn us v', (th i' t - r.:1 l ca. ter aid . T'ieket A r: n. iChir.ono. IlL but tar-i, - -1_5,.. . Iai , a well as -t .. t - ne a thouegh -\efi now w r, ir;.,,;J , ch" ,dt' r ' wr o e eiro t , aln ttier, it o • 2 1i!. . t a lan tabiity wicti could hi pa s: f ::t.i :u o.' who h s .tutu at tic Lt -n I' ri w i',,, I I-i c , i, t - as.,- s t .ti I i :t t ::.'s v- r) out am t l al;,-,r i Ganh.-:,oo rn.u, d I treet a r, .. . a t:1;g 1 t .,;l,l, L :t' the , ' ,i : 'es no, luxuries :.f.,rd ,J A cn j caei, i ,, cr al :". tiv& a , oo :..a1 to cor'ill lt . r ee(l: V: , ! :!tne in ant unc i, it forh,,le w o mn ! ".h.:.t ts now sec Lu ht h netlan u . r : .,t, ,r in ]t, 1, ,. - h, a lo t .t .;dl"r!t .-( ut,h.w',:'t ne( t.: , p +orte'd i, ' . i ' , L a . .':u ae railway t., f lb ::;.,,:-t. Loui:, ll,. :" , r. Kanas ('Ay. ttc. I'eocr' of ::1. no ut of o the ,. 'r'v, or C'. '.1. Pratt, :, r.'. *,' t C. and jntleut"er a.i.at. ,LLe.t.. . :, t .`Y CChildr~en always En Ejoyr It. S 00 T's rT ' of pure Cod Liver Oil wthl iiypo- I phosphltes of Limo and Soda Is I olmost as prletcible as millk. I Chiltcircn e" Jay It rather than othcrwieo. A MIARVELLOUS FLESH pROC!)FR It Is Indeed, and tha little Ird' and lanslea who take cold onel', may ho fortified against a I coungo thct might prove serious, ny 3 taking Scott'c En'cluion after their I" cccc'risg the wintef noa Con. BeIw'are of substcittllijons and imoitaions. 3 f QUIARTER k«"rcc~lilty, <lre- ((} n nea or what OFPY In Cc:lt c Oitv. rrCFM TURY : nlcccccl ctc clcccllcclctctwcc cccl f L(' f' br ·,nlr identilied sout~h thle resource~cs an 1 RA O 'cc v i n~nicntOf that Cetrycc. T'histotic ic n 'ci:hc1r tccO n1M. Jcclcl Stewart, onCof tihe dccc.tlit n1 ii 4nt ieicicictltiac citintosi ic the c, :'iIv. Ic a ec'ctlet'clc-r hec ycs: " I had beetc n':c1 i:I! lot pPeilc in co"lchck antsgenCccralkidi r-ecc'ciecc'cc'cccct occlctIc'ht 1cinpirt)' rtlief. The pain; in 1,tv bacrk ila~u 1,cot nr :.o .e".er: that I wa p" evttte"1L Train. ,ttt;lndir a 1 t '· v work andr couldl c'cc :~,vcc n'hct et tlcchclcc'cI rcotfaccnc. Iicr' cci,', t elctrll!b icre.id. of t1cc wo.dcekrfucl curet of 1'k I1 cI i cccl trrgad t'idlnty'l cdr I co,'iicclcccll ottf c'cc, f, ::ll ccirv usinc itc'l the ccantttots oilfth too the pains in ccO cylclrc tcirycly disappetarct. I her vc'ccy ficth inc the virtuecsa of thec lrgontt I~iir try Tt a, :lii:I can ·onor iri nti ottal y recotmulllcl d tt c' c l ic fcicI 1,. I wcc ll cot Le withouct ii for c.Ii "ttr'ý "a It aI cnv ''': ccc, l mt e tk, lccc''coet n, i c~ nt ni l ri'k , " rlio tni, bu ning o icl ccc al~ccclc ccfcf cc c the loackInarrr"r. N' w"h V ýoY Gl 1 ) M.:r". 1 - i cccl. -.1c' I cccccccttcc,. Iniccocitcc;'. c - rrcV. ý'y t ccl otul. vuyed r;ý ý,r 7ae:,Irnt10/1 SURE! SAFE! CERTAIN! I,.,ln't ho humbnghrdrl I o x~umyutnkua Iuullh '4ent to Stir Fuldre'Rra '+ c in tym il P. t Addrebr, AP'i RO '`il iEPCINE COWNP', I';~ LIL I. P , d ·t del nnrl. 't.,. . I, C N N C EL L, I ý:! iand Suipei ntsrndont, Imooc, :,f acd c, 1llircc 11occr Mccultnuc Nationao clv c hcoiaci.,t , ('t tn u'io ;ttn '~ o er- v I i rli r. : ' 6t h otn, r, :ý, t. Ii , ., .ý"::t io i~ o n . t. 9 t I. iD ur, t., of ; d h.. ii .uo un tiw ri.or~tcb: Iru· 1 ow. SUMMONS--1N THE DISTRICT COURT OF the First Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Llarke. John Horsky. 1g. Miller and Herman Richter. partners doing business as Horsky Miller & Com pany, ,luintllts, vs. Catherine Follenins and Edward tiaulst, detondan'.s. The state of Montana sends greeting to the hbove named defendants. You are hereby requtred to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the lirst judicial district of she state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis alt Clarke, and to answer the complaint liled therein, within ten days lexclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this ummons, if served within this rinuty: or. if served out of this county, but within this district. within twenty' day: otherwise within forty days, er judggment by default will be taken awainst you, accordinq to the prayer of said r omplaint. Tint srrd aclion is lroe'ght tot obtsain adeur.i of this court decreeing tihat Edward tGaRnlt has n, rigit. sits er in ereot ti or tso lh twienty. hiok thirty, Northern Pacific addition to the city of Helena. Lewis and ('larke county. M,,nts no, that tlre raid Lidward iaulet holds suid lot as trustee for('atherine tolilrnius. that the rheriff sr ea is and ('lorke ,r-runty, Montana, be by decree of thbs court directe'l to re;l eaid lot aid t., apply the proceedi, thireof to the satisfaction of a certain ju !gment rsndered in an action, wt erein these p!a:ntiffo cbtiinrtl a iudgment gainr.t fatherius rorllenins on ise 5th day of Dcuamher. 189r, for other equit.blh, relief and for costs of erit. And you are hrebh notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required. the said plaintiff will napply to tihe cautrt for the telivy dear.aded ill their com plainRt. Given uoder my handrl and tIhe seal of the dis trict cosrtot tihe Ihirt judlicial district orI thi slate of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this tw, nty ninth day of April. in the year .of otsr Lord. one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. Seal District). By II. H. T atOuPtON., Court rst,..dl. I oputy Clerk. Li t. Mlont. J. W.Kineley. Aty. for Plaintiffs. lZEl:ItFit'l SNils--It. ALDEN SMITH ANI) 'IJam,+ I. Wyman, co-partners driup boninres: tndrer I hi, eirr nastio and style of Smith is h ymans. iL;ant il-, vs. ti. S. Applleton and Mary l, Jute Mur t o tt. defedant.l . t I! dr and t, virtue of an order of sale and dh''.re rf f roe e oor"s. nnso oale issued out i fthe dlistrlct c,,ur, ,, tire First jsdioisl district ,t tihe s: t - of Mton'nna. ill and tfr the county of Lewis ail t'larkoe, on the f7th dlay oi May A. D. 1b1l. in hll ,cive entitled action, wherein II. Allsen P usitl .rus tarries T. W uman, rO-tarorers dosting isslloe e tr stri trie tirsll ilne and style sf Stish . Wt ca' . she sls vo rsssd pasitltifts, obtaisi, I a j, -tens anl n tr ,Ir'.r( of forenlos re and sale eguuast Ii. it. ' tsls'+ n an I Mary li.Jsse, M artew, drl-f''elant-, on tinhhe h clay of May. A. D. t1.1, (fr tr: o essil nof tt.. 91 t'1 brsids inter. At, rcost end atsor ey fees. whish saidt decres was on tioe stl ,u ofs Mst. A.i. .-9, recortded in judgeront l.bask Ni. i' irf 'sail rort at pase - lan o ers alndml to tll all all those srvrtan liots roi, ves or tarrcolo of land, situate, lying ant lu-.ig in th-a ,itsnt II .;, a, county of L.ewir: anl i'ltrke, stale ii PIntas a. and rounrdnualKl! dar - I cribed a. follows. tIwit: Il`oint;n'i at sthi intsra.'tio of thseesot bounrli ary of .flyn atr eer w i th tl.e i.south boundarsy of Inclidav mr e, these.s c lfty .'t0l frei oI btirow ltorrtt: tIludary of 'r'litd avsnne in a soullthus t dir rc inn. t ,neone s htarlss s ant Itwteti,-lit t's" fee is a 'rueit w,.'t ,rnc.iont earalll wie i'o.1 n irr, a, 'tre ai ro. trhence lifty si, ftrot in r ,.,tivut. d're ti ,n a s th*I, rorth h.eunslry of al l, I.,. e.l a "'.: r. a tr l r , |,rlladrPJ anfd J y.,n ,tr c' it t:,o Is ~,in:; bhen;:" ani mLm tri - sit' towa i 1ists iris , 're i lne Ii an I wt :. so ilttr.k on. lhw.sr l . to 0, Olnty-r 1 ith InW ll,,r' . so l-,Iirisirn of iro ;rendlicsat aldi i i, to t -.tr i',l r., ty "' f ls. elr'ns . '. p r o ,ao t artih 1ti., it' , in t!'. r,-, re r I offie n u' t card ' t . i blh r Metis is ~,-,i,,y 'iv n that on t'ristt , ti, 19 tl day of .totu A 15. 1851, at 12 o', lork is. ofI tal ,lay. at t 'rirn t door of th, roJrt l,,is,. ithn ln, 0, "i ,nd (hiarkn cr siny. on ata s, I , nsir s i ri sir -is, c said ntrder sf eat S " ,f f.m. e-sn.re ani d sal .. seil thl a .rets' sint- lr Itrld ,r rtyi), .r I no tnth thr t rei mlnl ist' t o ''s ;i a tI asitisfy said jndotlelrnt isth it '1 e t d .at" , to the highllot in tlls l Ind l ir. r 'ist ., i t h: ril iAtu. s, hder i) harlsI this 27th day of Mayp A. Is. 1-4il ( llA54. M. JEFFERIIS. ihr-riff. ATO'IT'TE TO it'DILTORS-IN TilE 1114 11 . rirt con it of t he Li it jndlo!a dirtrn't of the iats i,,l' totana, in and for the county of Lewi aisdr t(irs r Its the ncrtter of the estate of Edgar R. E. Car pert, r.,l!n "',"a'+",1. Noins is hereby given by the andrreigned, ad lsee . -rtzstcl tin .aloe of Edgar P. E. laro,*i r, tlr e. +.v o tie emslt+teS of, s ne alspgsrl, mi hI t t tr,,- v.tt i, it rerealry voschers, ctltit t'is i et :sn5s at '" t5e l ri t p iutlratioes sitti, ,t alsas'",s' ,s dr,l..,, is -its hGold block. ttol.ns lw~ rr d t'lark'i.tst.. Montana, the ulacefo tr:' ,," r.;. h,'o h ,ntn, of raid estate. Sa 1, i : si., ts uti's 5lay 12 ISlt. At ruin.r"tr:at,'t met ett..t, nu dEdgar" i.E . ('Ca, eneto. ..clcss WE MUST SELLL Therefore We Offer the Following: .TINWARL. GJEOGKEpY. .GUTLERy No. 9 Boiler, - $175 No. 8 Tea Kettle, - 75 6 Soup Plates, - *45 Butcher Knives, Dinner Pails, - '30 6 Dinner Plates, - .50 Carving Sets, - 6 Pie Plates, - .35 Potato Knives, - Tin Cups, - .5 6 Cups and Saucers, - .45 Rogers' Silver Tea Sprinkling Cans, - 4o 6 Bakers, - - 45 Spoons, - - $2. Sprinkling Cans, - 6 Individual Platters, - 4 Rogers' Silver Table 6 Individual Platters, - .45 Milk Pans, - .10 Spoons, - - $3. Milk Pans, - - .0515 Rogers' Silver Knives and Water Pails, - - .40 6 Egg Cups, - 45 Forks, - - $4 Turkey Feather Dusters, .50 7 Piece Chamber Sets, $2.95 Rogers' Silver Child Sets, Whisp Brooms, - 5010io Piece Chamber Sets,. 4.00 Rogers' Silver Lemon - t50 12 Piece Chamber Sets, 7.25 Knives, Coffee Mills, - 2- oGlass Water Sets, - 1.50 Lemon Squeezers, - I Gallon Oil Cans, - .05 Lemon Squeezers, I Gallon Oil Cans, - .5 Don't Miss It! •+. WM. WEINSTEIN & CO. - SUMMONS--In TII DISTRICT COURT OF L the First Judicial Diatrict of the stale of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clark . Marietta Cottingham, plaintiff, vs. Robert Lae Cottinyhain, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above namtedl defendant: Yen are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you bl the above named plaintiff in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein.within ten dais (exclusive oc the day of service) after the service on ton of this sam sone if served within this county: or, if served out of this county, but within this dise:rct, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of sad complaint. the said action is brought to dissolve the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between .ou. l.ob^t Lee Cottinrham, said defendant, and thesaid Marietta Cottiagham, plaintiff, on en the ronun of d section I y yo., and for such other relirc as to the coErt may serm meet. And you are hereby nutified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint. as above required, the said plaintiff w,ll apply to the coert for tie relief demanded il the complaint. Given undr my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of the hirst jndicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 1Cth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. [sanL. i JOHN BEAN, Clerk. New Sioux City Route. Passengers for the East from Helena and other Western points will find the NEW iOUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIS CENTRAL R. It. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City theonly Corn Plalace City of the world" Dubuque, tha handsome Key City of Iowa; Itockford, Illinois, a new manufacturing city, that has become a "world within it self," and Chicago, whose growth and en terprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pullm n Pal. ece.Sleoping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chicano, and with oloes con nection w:th the UNION PACIFIC trains at Sioux City8, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R, R,, retpectfutly presents its claims for the new and every way desirable tIIOUX CITY iROUTE. For folders and further particulars call upon local ticket acent, or address the na. dersigned at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MEIRRY, Ass't. (Oen Pass. Agt. I N FII~hT JUIIICIAI, DISTRICT COURT. Lewis ard ('lark crnf-t.,. Fttate of ltontas. In the maetir of the oatest of Benjamin rC. Brooke. l'uresant to an order of said court made on the 16th day of Mao. A. I. 1t1. notice is hereby gev.m that M.,iday. Jone lth. A. D. 1591, at 10 o'clck a. m of said day t-t the coort-hoose in Hfelena, Sate.,f M sontana. hue bher appointed as the time aidis pars for prowi:g the will and tee t.ment with red:cil n.rx.,l of sC enjamin V. Broske.rle asuedl. end for hearing the appltcation Iof airh J. sroeke foi; the iatiansrA to her. \Wil liem Math. H. 'l: Hauoer and It. M Parehen of Iettera testamentary. I bno and where any per son interest t nay aDpear end contet, tlhe som. (iteen under my sanl and the sal of said sourt this 18th day of May, 189h. I BaLJl JOjBN IEAN. ('lsrk. HA H. J. Casldy, Dept. NoTI('E TO CRItDI'rOR--IN 'hIlt DIS trl":t court of the First judicial district of tie state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis ant i ltrki. In the matter of the cesate of Alfred McCarter, deeaedl. Noile is hereby given by the nndersunei d s mlnhitrtnr o the ettat of Alfredml Mt 'crier de ecased, to the crelit ir of .so all perscin lie. ins olaims asains t thi said decersed, to exhihil them wilth ie tueeisry vuchenrs. within feon mouths after the irst publicatlon of this ntice to the said udimin sirator, 1t th, law otlir o Maso'ns BSllardl, ro,s t5 (, oldu block. in the oily of Helena, MontPuans. thie sano being the plac for the tranaciio of the businss if said estat in the said coenty of h.eis asd AClsrks. J. L. LA DRIIERE. Administratr of the Petite of Alfred McCtater, de4eaiei. Dated April 't, 16L THE COOK AMALGAMATOR. THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the plaoD of the ordinary mill tables and operate close up to the batteries, or it works with splendid results ou the tailings from other amalgamating devices. It is CHEAiP. DESIRABLE AND EFFICIENT, and will save ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, no matter how fine, and the stoured quick in the tailings from other amalgamating apparatus. There ara very many plaee ls Montana whole the Cook Amalgamator will pay for itself every month. I Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purchase,; SEND FOR CIRCULAR. G. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana. Having declined the plsae of State Mine Inspector, I am now prepared to' examine and report on miunes, and aid in buying and selling the same. I have had forty-five years' experience in mining. G. C. SwALXLOW. THE OLOEST FIRM IN THE CITY. Clarke, Conrad & Curtin HARDWARE and STOVES. We now have upon our floor the finest anad most complete lines of all kinds of HOUSE FURNISIIING GOODS, and at prices to suit everybody. Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Ice Cream Freezers, Rubber Garden Hose, Hose Nozzles, Lawn Sprinklers, Hose Reels and Lawn Mlowers. IRON and STEEL MINING SUPPLIES.