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WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW.
Business Quite Dull All Over the Country at the Present Time. Reasons for This State of Affairs in the West and South. Immense Receipts of parm Products at Chicago-Market for Bread-Stufs- rusiness Failures Reported. Nuw Yonx, Aug. 5.-Business continues ~,pragging and dull. The stock market Is greatly depressed, the average price of n.t ive stocks being $1.50 lower than a week ago. False reports of failures have some thing to do with the decline, and some of the houses thus assailed are actually among the strongest in the street. It is a more important fact that operators are loaded with stocks and the public is not buying, and the apprehension of bankers and bro kers forces liquidation. The earnings of railroads are good, and their controversies appear less serious in effect, but the compa nies are poor, and many of them forced to economize in purchases, although an enor mous movement of crops has begun. In commercial circles there seems to be very general and growing confidence that the business of the fell will be large and prof. itable, and some improvement is seen, but mot enough as yet to justify sanguine fiews. I Trade at the south is peculiarly depressed because there is too muobh cotton. With several hundred thousand bales of last year's crops left over in the world's mar kets and with competent judges predicting another crop even larger than that of 1890, it is no wonder that prices are low and pro ducers scarcely get enough to pay for raie ing and picking. Hence country merchants do not buy freely and the prospect of a great yield, which at other times might be help ful, tends to produce stagnation. Again, in partse of the west where erops failed last year, trade has not yet recovered from the great depression resulting, and as long as the corn crop is in doubt complete recovery is not to be expected. In several states legislation hostile to capital causes much disturbance. Further, the collapse of real estate speculation in many parts of the west and south has brought severe losses and embarrassment to many. At the cast, monetary uncertainties have a powerful influence. European difficul ties do not pass as quickly or fully as was expected, and now serious financial trouble is apprehended in Russia because of failure of crops, which will only help this country in the end. There is growing doubt whether the movement of crops here will not cause a temporary drain greater than eastern money markets can meet; but if the grain can be sold the gold will come. The apprehension grows stronger, also, that next winter may bring dangerouslegislation by congress, and possibly unlimited coin age of silvcr. One large financial institu tion has bought English consols to a con siderable amount, and a leading trust com pany is said to have $4.000,000 of its depos its in gold. The treasury has added only $700,000 to the circulation during the week, absorbing gold but issuing more silver and treasury notes. Though no gold has been exported, the outgo of currency to the west and south is felt here and at Boston. Money is close at Buffalo and Cleveland, in demand at Chi cago, Cincinnati and Detroit, firmer at 7 to 8 per cent. at St. Louis, in good supply for legitimate business at Milwaukee, close at Omaha, Nashville and Atlanta, tight at Jacksonville. but easier at Savannah, and in fair supply at New urane.e Business at Boston has further improved, and wool is quite active, sales reaching 1,521,000 pounds. More activity appears in woolen goods and a better demand foi boots and shoes, while leather is quite steady. Hides are dull and domestic lowel at the West. Philadelphia notes more fre quent orders for wool and woolens, and im. provement in the tobacco trade, but iron it very weak, and while money is freely loaned on call, time loans are almost impossible tc make. At Hartford and Buffalo trade ii quiet, but the demand for lumbes improves; at Pittsburg business is un changed and rather slow; at Cleveland fairly good for the season, and at Cincin nati somewhat more active. Chicago re ports receipts of wheat seven times last year's, of rye, cured meats, lard, and wool double last year's, of dressed beef a third larger, with some increase in cheese and butter. Dry goods sales are slightly larget and good orders are seen for clothing and shoes. At Omaha trade is fair and at Mil waukee satisfactory, and increasing ac tivity is nloted at St. Paul. Throughount the northwest the prospect of crops is ex ceodingly aood, but at Kansas City wet weather interferes with harvesting. The distribution of goods is on a larger scale at St. Lodis, and at southern points business is dull or only fair, though curiously im proved at one or two localities because of injury to cotton by heavy rains. ''he great industries show no important change for the week, though it must be said that disheartenneint in the woolen goods trade seems to increase, and it is admitted that sales are not equal to last year's, though the trade was dragging then. Much of the trouble is attributed to excessive credits in the clothing trade. In boots and shoes the:e is crntinued improvement, and I.oston shipments since July 2 have largely exceeded those of the samen weeks last year. The coal trade is still depressed by excessive production, the output exceeding last year's to date by 2,700,000 tons. Copper is still depressed by the apathy of home consum ers, alnd thlre is very little trade in lead, while speculation has lifted and again de pressed the price of tin. Philadelphia de scribes the iron market as frightfully dull, and sales to realize are made at prices con siderably below quotations. Structural mulls are well supplied for the present, and bar iron is steady, though the poverty of railroads makes the demand scanty, but plates are irregular, buyers refrain from taking rails, and the lower grades of pig iron are offered hero below quotations. The market for bread stuffs has been strengthened by reports of injury to the crop in liussia, and wheat has risenl 11s cents and coin halt a cent, while no change appears in cotton. The price of oil has fallen over eight cents for the week. but pork products are a shade stroncer. T'lhe business failures occurring through out the country during the last seven days, number, for the United States, 221, and for Canada, eighteen, or a total of 247, as coni pared with a total of 254 last week, and 271 the week previous to tile last. For the cor responding week of last year the figures were 1N!l, represeunting 1;8 failures in the United States, and twenty-two in the Do minion of Canadn. Tore nd fancy goods in large variety at The loe hlive. Hlow to Plrevent Itoeghness or the Skin. During cold, dry, windy weathor this 'uenstlol agitates the mind of every lady in the land who urizes a smooth, soft skin. T'lhere is nothing more hatmless and effect ire than Wisdom's Violet (erream for pre venting and eradicating the ll effects of severe weather. 'I ry it. lloro citans ,,f Mirk Iae faleho. hiiliiu~ n'eei,,nu li patiuneAll n e I s i e h thi e ', tth iJo- a erldi. rina- arat fir i,rs mnety, by r lh g ('arter' Little Liver i'di, than by any ll or neian... Runday Exeursaon taHtes. The Montana Central will sell during the sunmmer tickets from l,.elna to Alhambra and lioulder and return at one fare for the round trip. Tikets will be on salo Setur days and Sundays ad tlwill lbe good to re turn until the following Monday. Il. 1B. LANoary, Gonoural Ticket Agent. ONIl 3ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it Is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, clenasea the sys. tern effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For sale in oo and bottle by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. SAN FRANOIS00, OALe I.OUISVILLE, KY. NCW YORK. N.Y. IN Tll DISTRICT COURT OF TILE FIltS' Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the count of Lewis and Clarke in the matter of the estate and guardianship of Augusta Kenck, minor. Order to show canse why order of sale of real es tate should not be made. It appearing to the said oourt by the pettlion this day rlesented and filed by Louis Hitadler. the guardian of the person and estate of Augusta Kencl, a minor, praying for an order of sate of real estate, that it is necessary to sell all tihe i terest of sad minor in the Alice lude, the utffalt lode, the Cavanaugh lode, the Altam tlroe, tihe Augusta lode, the Jnlla lode and the M4o algrew lode, the same being mining olaims, for tie pur poses set forth in said petition. It is therefore ordered by said orrrt, that all porsonsinterestedin the estate of said minor, appear before te said tdistrict court on Satur day, tie 5th day of September, A. 1). 1891, at 10 o'clcck in the forenoon of said day. in the court room of department njmbor two of rKaid dis. ril court, at the court house in the said county of Lewis and Clarke, to show cause why an order of sale ishould not he sranted to tie aidt euardian, to sell the interest of said minor in said mining claims, And that aopy of this order ho publishedr at least three successive weeks in The Hloena Daily indetendent, a newspaper printed and pub Dated August 5, 1891. HORACE R. BUCK, eal Attest District Judge. A true copy. Attest: JOHN BEAN, Clerk. BIy H. J. CASEDY, Deputy, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST Judicial District. in the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of Katharins Kenck, deceased. Order to show cause why order of sale of real estate should not. be made, It appearing to tie said court, by the petition thisday prerstted and filed by Jacob Louh and uis ae tadler, the administrators of tihe esttr of Katherine Kenck, dcamodr tpraying for an order of sale of real estate, that it is necessary to tell the interest of said estate in the Alice lode. the Buffarlo lode. tire (!avnaaugir lode, tie Adam lode, tihe Augustrilode. the Julia lode and the Mulgrow lode, tihe same being mining claims, for the reason set forth in said p-tition. it is therefore ordersd by the sa!d court that all persons interested in tie estate of said der ceased appear I.efore the said district court on Saturday, the fifth dey of Steptember, A. I). 1li, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of trie sa d day, in the court room of department number two, of said court, in thre court honoe of said county of Lewis and t.larke, to show causeo wihy an ordrr s',ould not be granted to the said admiristrators to sell tie said mining claims. And that a copy of this order be published at least four weeks in ' he I!aily HIelena I drplirrd set, a newspaper printed and publishted in said county. Dated August 5, 1891. HORACE IR. BUCK. I oal] District Judge. A true coppy Attest: JON i BEAN, Clerk. By hi. J. CASE)Y, Depurty. IN THE DISTRICT COUIRT OF THE FTIRST -Judicial Ds'trict of tire state of Rroutana, in snd for th e ounty of Lewis aunt tlarke. In thie miatter of thu estate and guardianship of Julia Kenck, a minor. Order to show oauro wIhy order of sale of real s tte rishould not br madre. It appearing to the seid court by tihe tpetition this day presented and filed by JacobI loeb. thle guardian of the person and etate of Julia Kuenck, a minor. praying for an order ot sale of tear estate. that it, is necessIry to sell tihe Tit( r.nst of sa'd minor in tire Alice lodo, the Buffallo Itidc, thie Cavarraugh lode, tie Adam lode, the Augrsita lode. the lulia lode and thl Mulngrew lode, Ihe eamse heing mining claims, for the purposes set forth In said petition. It is therefore ordered hby the saidt court that all Ipereons interersted in tle ortate of said minor uppear beforethe said district court otn artur day, the lilth day of Oeptenmbr, A. I). mDtl, at 10 o'clook in thie forenorn of said day, in the court rorom of doepartment number two of said district court, at thecourt houec in tie said county of Lewis and Clarke, to show cause wily an order rof sale should not l:e granted to the saidr guardian to sellther interest of the saidl minor in said mining claims. Anti that a copy of this order be poblisiled at tract three surccessive weeks in Thr HIelena Daily Independent, a newspaper printed and published in saur county. Dated August 5. 1891. nvnn0 c 1. n1ut r. [Boall )itr:ot Judge. A true onpy. Attest: JohN BE-.AN, ('lark. By H. J. CASEDY, Deputy. H,11ERIFF'S SALE-JOHN HOIIRIKY, IO. - l illor and Irman Rlichter. partner.s, doing buoiess as 1Horskyv Millor & Co., ilainttle, vs. Cathu.llwo Iollenius, defendant. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and dIecr(et of faroecloelro nlld snl isrued out o tnlhe distriot court, of the First jndieial district of the tet, of Mlontana. it aned for tue oont.y of Lywis ted Clnrke. on the 5th day of Auguest A. 1). 18111. in the -abvCo entitled action, wherein John I1or-ky, lt. Miller and litrmun Itohter, port ners, ,toing buiness as Jlorsky, Miller & 'o., tin above named plaintiffs, obtained a judg ment and decree of forocloslre and sale against Calherinee Filerits, dofrndintt, on tie n2th day of No etberic. A. D. 1811. for tile sumi of 81.111.40. besides interest, ecost and attorney fee. whioh said decree was on i th -11th day of Nivember. A. 1). 180), recordedt in jtidgment bf ik No. "F" of raid court at Ipas 211. 1 atlllolYtnlandod to eoll ali ihnt certain Ito riee or niarcel of laoln , situarlt, lying and teing itl the city of lOletl a, counltty o Lewis antoi u'larke, te:o otf lMontana and bounded tand dl ocribed as follows, to- wit: ,Lt twenty (otI it bhlok thirty (m0) in tleo Northlern Pacific alditi, t I llti ety otf litoena, ountey and state aforoet i t, Itogethr with all aned singulr thnr tennenthteredintanotllts and 11l turtonlaneos tlerJunfto [ndonging or in ally wise aptiertaining. Itublilnoice is hereby given lti on Thiurdlny, the :lit day tf Ain e4, A. 1). 18111, st 2 o' clock n. of that day, at the front llor of the cotilr ionsac, ltena, iowsl r anrd Clatrke countsy. Mol taa, 1 will, in IobtIditnoi to said ordtor of csle end ilreroe tf firtelostire sntl cai. cell ilt' shove deoerihetl iroeporty', or sOt tnluch tthereof to may be necosesary to santisfy said judgtl nt, with interest tld olst, to tihe highest ailtd best biddler, for casth in hanld. livstn under mty Ihandthis A5tlh day of August, A. D. 1891. By fIalth G. JtHINSONt I)eptit Shlerlftf. NOTI('EOC) AP ItdI('ATItN TO ('UT'I'IMINIR. Sn aetordaeloo with the prvitisions of coetite 0, of thn (act of m.hals€ :t, blwll, and IIIudrthl e IlIa Iules and reunlitionls orf May 5, 1918. 1. tle lndlcr.dgn, d1. helreb," give 1,oticell that at thi, ,xpli ratioIn if twittly-ono da. f loutn the first iiblicla tion tf this notlice. I will make written littiit.a ti, lt to ti hoIn,rable seer tary of Ihte Ilnterior for luthority to cut andl ro'litvo all the mtrchatlltablo paw lgF, whlit, tad rd piint, oin the followillg duscrihtd lanl ): I hl lantd bicgll uIInsllrVeetl, bUt eomneo0tetllsgat wllat will Ib tihe siiittlhWiot cornesr of esetioil 21. townslhilp 12 tnortlh, of rang lito. westl, whi n sIrv o}e1 ,.1111r Ii n ne thuIl.Lneast ! hrye ll i oN, t heleo north (io ittii, thtlttee w h i est itst. tl, in eectionc I. 22t anid 2'. otf tht a l.lI touwnhi. antid tctntaining ninetueu bsn Ired tand twenty l,121t) aid land having thereon abint Fix tnnitre.l Itetuandl ft t of white tund rc I I:1ti in unll et ittinl ianlltit is. iahi lndt bh, int iotliuil]ral 'ah anstrolind st!'nVilnd not tlit for nvricnlttu a[I I r. tot. and is Ih.osstlti in thi C ltltty itf Mealhlur In Ise bstate lt t ollotalta. CIIAS. COCHIIAN. F'lst iiblicatlllt Anug. . RTOCKIHOTDPRI ' MEETING-NOTICE 1T hererby give that ta Ulstlui of the otok. Iholdtens if'L he let- Miling and Milling tCompncay tI Montanta, will he hitl at t ,fllee of saihd Cli-uin at tt :ol. th' IhilrI htrst sti. L oufs Mo.. Oiltl Mislay. the It 17th d oyuf Anluust. 1811, tor the sllrsetlo of slot'ling soven (7) trultees to M'rve for the uuiiint year. I'uols usn truom 14 s., to p. V t.! . A. GOtrrD, Msgcretuss. N.C iý'lf VP .. TION TOCU1flMu ia. Notr . I mer* b imven toat In eioo nor with the brovikenad ofthe ruins and r lotoen r ohtro. o tmhonoable eer.rn rt o n twent-aoe dos tfromth first pueblto a of thi notrice a uferslan a l oore o o whosm ost.o rtt address is Mie'nnls, M|s aht county, contaea, will make written aipoieat:lon to thme o r bl eoretary of the bnr for anthori t to ostand remove ti mber for merchandIse and sle from tohe follwirteg nustrveysrl and ona roprilated ubilir land of the tmUnitel tatee slt eated Is MIa oull o ounty, Mentana, and do Treat No. 1 begiuonP t a point on the west bank of the IKootenal river abintt osn quarter of a mlle west of 'Jeeps. prlolg, wfloh is at the leas of the mnuntalin, on the trelf from Tobacco Pl9n to 1 laboisr Crek, and about twenty-three o2t) miles north or cp the said river from thie it iound of amen, at the month of kiehor creek. aen at the point where tith tre( orthern itallroer firet reaches the mid Kootenai jiver., in owmi front the east. '1 h-c from said initial poin above e dorlbed runeinoas toi.owo, to-wit:- west on.eqcarterof a mile (.o thence north lio ntloe thence east ( r'(e or o thore west ba ofsaid Klutenat river. lhesic south following the meandere of thir west bek of said river 1in miles to lace of beatlnning. Containro 240 rcros; end contrnin r about V00000 feet of rine timber,and about 1000.10 teoot of tanarark enad fir t, ocher. '1 hie land included In this Trnct No. !. is routh, broken and istil.. The alokl is rcky and snday. unfit for c cutlvatlonor wortlto·s as oraz inug lnds. Tract No. a, beginlnng at the northwast corner or this tract whlch Is rn the east bank of the hoteruai river about twent -tour miles north or up tlsaid river from the "ig laend" of same.' which eat the meouth of ahe or creek at the point whlore the Streat Northern railroad In omning from thLreaut first stti'te said hootaoal river, said northwest corner lsoe being1 about t4 mile north of the "Old Packer Cabin whnich is near the mouth of a small reek flowing west into the Eootenat river, and alout 1% mites above or north of 'lepes npring mentiont in tract No. 1. rn hence from esid northwest corner, running a followrs to-wit: Ktaet Vo mile to aimmit of first mountain or bluff of river, to nortltrat corner, thenoc south along tie nam mit of said mountain or bluff a distance of live miles to soutihet corner, thence west ½ mile to .outhweut corner, on the aont bank of said Koot enai river, thence north, following the meanders or curves of raid enat bar. of Kootenal river. five miles to the northwest corner of the place of beoinning comprlsing about 1,600 acres, and containic about .000,i000 fret of pine timber and about 100,000 feet of tamiarack timber, and about 0M,000 fet of fir timber. The land in cluded in Traot No. , i.tronuh end broken. 'lhe land is rocky and sandy, unfit for cultlvaltion or gralog purposea. Tract No. i, betlning at a point on the east hank of the liootenal river mile north of the mouth of "Uonider Creek which flows west Into the Kootenai river, and dry at most eenens of theyear, and about saevnteen miles north of lihe mouth of hiher creak at the "Big bend" of t!te Koutensi river, at tihe point where tihe treat Northern railroad strikes raid Kootenai river In uoming from the east. 'Thence from said point of begining above mentioned runnino an fol lows, to-wit: enst '/ mile to summit of first mountain or bluff, to northeat corner, thence eouth along said summit one mils to a cornrr. thence wost 3 mile to a corner, tlhteoe south otne mile to southeant corner, thence west 54 mile to thu east bank of said Koorenvi river thence north following the bends or mreanders oc laid river along raid east bank to tile place of be ginning, compriing about 480 acres of land, and ontatining aboot 1,0:0,000 feet of tamarack tim her, about 100.000 fent of pine tinmber. and aboot 10,000 feet of fir timber. J he land included in this tract 1o. t, is routhhaud broken. 'ihesuil is eandy and rocky, unfit for cultivat'on or for crazing purpnete. 'Tract No. 4. bhginning at a point on the went bank of the Kooteoulai river at the "Big Bend" of raid river, and opposite tih nmouth of 1 isher creek, and also oppon;ie and north of the point where the (tireat northern railroad firat st rikes the said Kootenti river in coming from the eaet, thence from raid initial point running an follows, to-wit: North along said west bank of said Koot anal river, following the bends or meanders of came. for a d.stanee of svsenteen miles north of raid starting point, estimated in a straight line to northeast orner, thence west 1-2 mile to Iorthweot onthe asumm;t of first mountain or bluff seventeen miles to the southwest corner which is 3 of a mile north of the north bhnk of said Kootensi river,. thence cast Vs mile to the sonthesat corner, the place if beginning, con taining about 5,400 acrra, and containing about 100.000 feet of pinea timber and about 2.0 01,031) feet of tnmarack timber, acd about 500.000 feet of fir timb'r. Stheland includedin this truot ho. 4, i rough rugged andbroegan. 'Th e soil Is rocky aend t andy, nfit for Cultlvation or for grazing purposos, Tract No. 5. beginning at the northwest corner on the east bank of the Kootonai river at tle neorto end of an island anel lough, at a point wt.ero the mountain reacne. to tie river hank ania about I and if miles south of the mouth of lrry r:track and about ten miles north of the Big Pe Fd of the Kootenai river at the month of SiOher creek, and the same distance north of the point where the (ireat Northern railroad in coming from the erast first strikes the Kootenai river, thence east 34 mile to summit of first mountaln, thence sonuth along the summit of the firet mountain or hbluff of riverr a distance of seven lilee to eoutheast corner, thence weat t mile to the cost bank of the kootenaf river, thence nor.h s'ong said east bhnk. following thie bends or me.andr:rs of same to the north vert corner, the place of begninig. Containing about 2..00 acres, and containing about 4,0J.t0te foot of yellow pine timber, about 2,000,000 fret of tamarack timber and about 10.1.t00 feet of fir timber. 'o land cincluded in this trct No. :, is ronugh. broken and mountainoo., the rest Is rocay and sandy, unfit for cultivation or for grazing purposes. Tract hNo . bPglnhin at the northwest corn.r on mne east tntlk or the iootenai river at the south said of the narrows or rapids of the Koot enai river abont three miles alorve or north of nthe ontl of Fi;her creek which is at the Big bend if the Klo:enai r.ver, and about the same di"tane north of the point where the Groat Nor hero railroad in noming from the east first strikes the said Kootenai river, thence from said northwest corner as at .f of a mile to unormit of first mountain or bluff, thenre sooth along the amn mit of said moantain or b!nif 2t4 mites to rsouth..t oorner. thenee weost of a mile to the east bank of said Kootenai river at the Big fiend of same. thence north along the said east bak following the curves, bends or meanders of raid haotnsi river to the noathwest corner, the plare of hbegiunirg. Comprising besut l.t00 _cree, and eontainiog about .,00',0u0 fet of pine timber, abfut llo,tCO) feet of tamarack timber, and about 1t,00 lest eof fir timber. The lani in this traot is rough, broken and montainouans. 'rhosoil is rck, anmdy and barren. unfil :for cultiration or for graeing purposes. A plat of said land is on fits in the United Brstcs Land Oil o of tile District whers said Iands are situated and reference is hereby made thereto. 'Irhe total area of the above described tracts is alout 11.Y20 acres, and it is estimated tiat there is growing thereon about 1.400000 et of ine timber. about 6,0.000 feet of tmararck tim ter, and about 810,0r0 feet of fir, which it is desired to cut. 'the character of the lands upon which all of the alove,ranteo titober is trawiug i rough. broken and mountaiuuon: the oil1 is rocky. sandy an. broken, onht(for cultivation or granuing put poses. and non-mineral in character. 'The purpose for which the timber is to he eut and ,ed is for the matutactare of lumber, hl:ngls er.dother merchantable lumber, to be csrt for muting, boilding and other useual and bensfiratl purrposea TtE K(OOri,..Al RIVER tIMBER COM.PANY By j. Bii. iaotr. General Manager. LUITMIMONS-IN THIE D1STRICT COURT OF 'tho First Julioitl district of the state of 1lntauain and for tihe county of Lewisaud larko. A mry A.Tpiffany, plaintiff, vs. iGeorge E. Tiffany, 1, f-ndaut. 'Itll(, tro of Montana sends groetiug to the hbove namnod dlfendlant. You ari herelby rertocerl to appear in an action hroralirt gaitriht yn b thile ahouo namuerd plaintilT ith to, disttrict iourt ,f the I'irst judicinal district if hr elate a Iof lontana. in and. for the county of I wtse an I ('larkh, end to answer thn complaint ilel tlherein, within ten days (exclusive of the lny of service) after thIle scerviiRe on y of this umn limone, if oerved wvithin thi crunt.y; or. if :erved out of this rounty. but within thisi district. within twenty days; otl hrwioe within forty days. or jiudg:untt by doefault will tao taken aoainstyou. arordling to te iprnyer if raid itolatilaint. 'lThe soou acilon is brorght to obl.tin adecroe ir said rourt tlistoitng ti,-t ndn t osat nLatrilo.l. y !aerataafiia and fOW o r ilag batwieen plaintiff rd alefeondant, for tiii roseon that the said do orelunr, in the .eor IVolt, dirregarditng the illollruity of hl. mnrr:nogenwa. wilfntllyiait witlh iat entlee lreelt .sui and a!ondoned th pIlaintiff, nd has rontinutd so ho iit, and Ito live selltanlrat rid apart frolln iptlaintlill fur iire thain iane yerar ast paot, against. her will andl wilhonl her con All es more fully appoaro fronm tile coomplaint n it.' herein oIi.h,, wtir,a fr'rarllre is hrblay taIrt. Aiiad you are hereby trillell that if yofi fail to pleaar iad ansuewer tias said ao.atuillil, ia above etquired. thi raidt plainitilf will aillay to the tgitrt f. r thu i rciaf t,i''oontleol irs tliatr 'tpOlra aia t. 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