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IllE lDUlNW iFLITCHI
Iwo Original Customs Which Our
English Cousins Have
Long Celebrated.
A Peouliar Institution in Whioh
3shppy Marrled Couples
Play a Part.
The Base for Dosaett's Coat and Badge
One Ia Which the Watermea
Rave Engaged.
Our English cousins celebrated this
month the anniversary of two most original
customs, both several . hundred' years old.
They are of interest to Americans because
the onustoms are curloui in themselves, and
because, unless some one begins very soon.
Amerieans, with all their wealth, will never
have any customs to celebrate.
t We are, as a whole, a people devoid of
customs, and possessinj a limited stock of
traditions. The latter are mostly confined
to a score or so of elite from which Indian
maidens have dashed headlong on account
of faithless lovers, and a few blighted por
tions of this otherwise fertile country are
accounted for by the fierce curses of native
chiefs who have been moved to revenge by
ill luck in their encounters with' the white
man. Beyond these, excepting revo
lutionary ruins and - various Washing
ton relics in the shape of headquarters,
we have little to remind us of the
past, and whatever observances are still
held to may be traced back to a paltry cen
tury or two. But with England it is differ
ent-England msay go back for a thousand
years and lose itself in the mists of antiqui
ty. Our thoughts of England of to-day are
mainly baecarat and home-rule, and these
customs of yesterday seem out of place, al
though some of aus are pleased with the
faithfulness of spirit that demands their
annual repetition. Only a short time ago
within a few weeks-the people of Dunmow
gave away three flitches of bacon to three
married couples because they swore that
their married life was one of unalloyed
bliss. Now, when you come to look at sneh
a proceeding from a modern stand-point, it
seems decidedly foolish: but:when you re
alize that the fashion was instituted some
C00 years ago, you think there must be
something in it to have withstood, the test
of time. A certain English gentleman
called Robert Fitzwalter existed in
the early part of the thirteenth cen
tury, and probably would have been
forgotten now had not King John taken
a liking to him. This favorite of a fickle
prince must have beena devout man, for he
braced up the priory of Dunmow, which
was falling into deeny, by certain expendi
tures of money. When the'priory was again
firmly re-established, proclamation was
made that "if any palr could, after a twelve
month of marriage, come forward and
make oath at Dunmow that during the
whole time they had never had a quarrel,
never regretted their marriage, and if again
open to the engagementwould make exactly
that they had made," the reward was to
be a flitch or gammon of bacon. It may be
that Mr. Fitzwalter had no hand in this
offer, for history inclines to the belief that
it emanated wholly from the priors. In
their celibate state they were wont to look
doubtfully upon the idea of conjugal htp
pinee. and possibly th they tioughtit a joke
o offer such a reward, believing with ponk
i.:h oyniciam, that they would "sate their
bacon." (Whether the origin of the last
saving is due to these prrors is-doubtful,
lbt it is certain that the phrase has been
used by every writer in connection with
Dunmow Priory.) Matrimony in those
days most not have been perfect, for there
is no record of anybody coming forward
until 1445. Indeed, Chaucer wrote before
this.
"The bacon was not fat for (t)hem, I trow,
That some men have in Essex. at Duamow."
Whatever this.may mean it points at least
to marital woe, and to Mr, Richard Wright
belongs the honor of furnishing an example
of wedded bliss. Mr. Wright was a labor
ing man who hailed from Badbury, county
of Norfolk, and he got his flitch of bacon;
this in 1446. Twelve years later, Stephen
Samuel. of Ashton-parva, in Essex took an
oath in the presence of his neighbors, and
he too got the flitch. How fittingly the in
struments of fate are chosen is shown by
the fact that by profession he was a hus
bandman. When the iron hand of Henry
VIII. fell upon priories and such, that at
Dunnow was not exempt, but the custom
was eantinued by the proprietors. One
Jaeob Sthakeshaft made demand for the
bacon, and was placed on trial before a jury
of six maidens and six bac:relors; these
he had to satisfy that the flitch in
question was deserved. Success crowned
his efforts, and d he was carried
through the town in a chair with his wife;
and being of a shrewd mind, it is relatel
that he sold slices of the bacon to the ad
miring spectators, which numbered about
five thousand. David Osborne, the painter.
made a picture of some similar procession
of a lucky pair. Bat there was disappoint
ment and sorrow 'in store for John Gilder
who in 1772 came to the priory gates and
,rlimed the bacon, for the gates were
.lobed, and Mr. Gilder had to go away un
.;tisfied. The lord of the manor of Dun
.,ow was astonished, not to say grieved,
·l the demand made upon him by a happy
,air in 1851. His lordship positively de
lined to dispose of his bacon in that way,
ot the neighbors were interested to such
on extent that the claimants got the
prize, after makinggood their assertions. In
tct, unch was the scepticism on the part of
eli except the pa ties concerned that a sol
nmn oath was at all times required of any
I air who carme forward as models of hap
p.nose antl peace, and to make the oath im
,ressivt they were obhliged to swear upon
. wo great stones lying near the church door.
;i 1t55 Mr. Harrison Ainsworth revived the
:astom, and as the load of Dunmrow and
he clergy and neighboring gent.y declined
. take any such a thin under tLheir pro
ation, the town hall was usneed, and two
coples each received a flitch. This year
.he custom was again observed, and thiee
.entlemuan with their wives were rendered
aupi"v by the presentation of flitches. They
wore tried by the jury of six maidens and
,ix bnehelors, and counsel appeared for
',oth sitdes, Humen winning. The cere
mony was a public one, neither the chair
int nri" thle searntit being omitted, and
Innlibru of people were pleselt. A don
tor neid ia clegyman were two ofi the bone
tlin ises.
Un the first day of Augunt there is another
ustoim that iH auutully observed by the
Uung wat rmelzl on the Thames. 'This nce
Jm goveR back only about one hundred and
ventyf-d.e yen a, but in curious n nough to
ve o. igil.ted urevral eoltulrsen before; it
I Icily one thitt would be au: geeted to-day.
.e ast of August, 1714, witnoessed the aacen
'a of George 1. to the throne of Enuland.
oauledian of Drury Lane, Thom. Dougett
wale, was highly pleased at thin Protes.
-,Act ucauso.eto, Icd Lto how his delight or
iuiiZed a nuit rare on the Thames, to be
'wtd by the young watermen just finishing
air apprntticership, the course being laid
•',n Lund'ni Bridge to the old ,wan bin at
hrelen. On hi bldeath-bed Mr. Doggett t:o
iueathoe ainu of money to cOltinue these
'ooe, and tey have inure been annually
owed. he p, ie are no erange-colored
coat had asilver badge bearing the Hanove
rian syuiLLol of a white horse, and the race is
known as "l)uogott's Coat and Badcr." It
wes oblorvo.l this year, as usual, six men
having earned the right to compete by win
ning the trial heats some days before.
Eviry tnmn Lrot a prize, the last one winning
£2, but to the victor £10 additional was
liven. ilr. Dggegtt ia recorded as "a little
I.vly ; rcrt noan who danced the 'Ohesire
ltonntla' lll us well welas the famous Captain
leorego, ut with more ntucre and nmtble
,ecs;" but nithsr his dancing nor his act
g have gibnled for him the fame that is
ruted to hip by the annual race due to
has af¶id foro tsuoHvolu kin,. In
abon 'be ll, the guard of honor was
conpesel of oightseb watermen ywho wore
the Dogget cost whioh they had won 4n
parlpu tr.,
Pleasnt doeurneye,
Pleasant jelur re ean always be had via
the Wisconsin Central ltne. The employes
are dphrut s sad obliglng the leepllng and
dininlg art and day , oo are por of
any in the northwlst. The reaving ears
at prilpal termaI points reonve
lent, and the denots are eeatrtlly located.
Alto gether it is the meet deasirable ronte in
either direction between St. Paul, Minne
epolis Ashland and Duluth sad Milwaukee
and Chieago. Try it sad be convinced.
Thousands of uffaering Women.
Delicate women who complain of tired
feeling, paine in the back and loins, desire
to sleep, dissiness, painful or suppressed
menstruation, will find in Oregon Kidney
'lea a faithful friend. Itoen be seliedu onu
in every instance to give" immediate relief
from kidney end urinary troubles. TIou.
sands of women are suffering every day
from some disorder of the kidneys or liver,
who might be permanently cured by using
Oregon Kidney Tea.
Are Youn. Suffering
From back ache, inflammation of the blad
der, drick dust deposit or stone in the blad
der, or in fact any derangement of the
kidneys or urinary organs? If thus afflicted
do not lose time and waste money on worth
less liniments and worse plasters, but strike
at the seat of the disease at once by using
the greatest of all known remedies, the cel
ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to
take, purely vegetable, Batisfaction every
time.
xenursion Rates to Californla.
On the 15th of eachno month the Northern
Pacific railroad will sell round-trip tickets
to California points as follows:
Helena to San Francisco and return, go
ing via Portland and returning same way,
To San Francsco, going via Portland and
returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, $90.
To Los Angeles, going and returning via
Portland, entering Ban Francisoco in one
direction either going or returning, $89.
To Los Angeles, going via Portland and
San Francisco, and returning same route,
$98.
To Los Angeles, going via Portland and
San Francisco, returning via Sacramonto
and Ogden, $99.(0.
'Tickets will be limited for sixty days for
going passage, with retain at any time with
in the final limit of six months.
A. D. EnoAn, Gen. Agt., Helena, Mont.
Cass. . F G.. S. F & T. A., St. Paul, Minn.
A temntte Miannre.
uat time changes minds as well as manr.
mers, though even now when making
changes from one circle to another, it often
requires that adaptability which could he
said found in one who has automatic man,
nets. However, suck radical changes not
only appear in drawing-room repartee,
street dress etc., among people but also .a,
the eo.avemsnees and luxuries afordej
mankind. Railroad travel is one instanee
A few years ago, comparatively, one had to
censume much valuable time in an uncomn.
Sfrtsuble way to make what is now thought
nothing of as a night's journey in ansleeper.
The most modern equipment and trans
portation facilities san be found on the
last trains of the Minneapolis & St. Louis
railway to Chioage St. Louis, Hot Springs,
Easat City, et.c, Ingqire of any agent of
the eompany, or C. M. Pratt, general ticket
and passenger agent. Mianeanollli Mins.
CARTERS
ITTLI
CURY
Bick Headche and relie all the troublets iol
dent to a bi;ious state of the system. such ano
iaziness, NgOsea. Drowsinesan. Distrewo after
eating, Pain in the Side, &co. While thtur moat
remarkable ruoces has been shown in curiae
Headeche, yet CAnTns's Lrllr.c Liven P:t..e
are eq unlly valuable in Conatipation curlin
anld preventinrl tlir. anllnoying con plain., whileo
they also 'orrlet. all disoiders of thie stomach,
stimulate the liver and regulate the bowel'
Even if they only cured
HEAD
Ache they wvur l be almost prrelas tore those
who supeur from thin diotresslor complaint:
but fortunately their goodies.n does not end
here, and those who oace try them will find
those little pills valudhiJl en so many ways that
they will not be 'll'inag to do without them.
But after t11 sick head
ACHE
Is the bane of so tmnty lives that here is where
we make our grreht boast. Our pills cure it
while others do not.
CA RTR's LiTT.e LivER PILLS are very small
and very easy to take. One or two pills make
a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or purge, hbut bI their gentle action
pleasee all who use them. In vials at 25 cents
ve for $1. Sold everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTE MEDIOIINE 0O., New Tortk.
a S D 088a SDo., Noe
FOR FORTY TIAIRS Dt. WV.
HALL'S'BALSAM
FOR THE LUNGS
Has been a never-failing family remedy for
CISUGIOt, COLLS, CO.,Q'ILMPTJON, "LA
GRlPI'PE," 50LtK TI''IOAT, HOARSIN
NEIn, PNEUMIONIA, 'ATARIRH. INFLU
ENZA. ACUTE and CRO.)NIC BRONCSI
TI", A-' list M A, 9 ,tutOPING COU 1T,
CROUP, PLEUtISY, BAl, IN IN TEE tIl)
ANe) l.itEA.'T SPIT'INIV OF BLOOD, and
all diseaaes of the
TBROAT, CHEST and LUNGS
-Leadilg to
SCONSUMPTION.
I)R. WM. HALL'S BALSAM contains no
opium, morphine, nor any deleterious drug. It
Sothes and heels the Membrane of the Lungs,
infliamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents
night sweats aid tightness across tle chest, It
is p,.eaant to the taste, Be snl'e sad ask for Di.
WMd. isALL'S ALA BAMl, ant take no other.
Trade uppliA d by li.. MH. Parehen r. Co.,
Releaa. Moat.
PRICE 2Su., $0o., $1.00.
DR. WM. HALI. CO., NEW YORK.
Sold by H B. Parches i& Ce., Helena. Mont,
ISMOKE HiiAZEL KIIRKE cInRS' I
If you want the best. They have been in the market thirteen years, and are
IBETTER THAN EVER TO-DTXY.
W. S. Conrad, St. Paul, Distributing Agent. S. Ottenberg & Bros., New York, the Makers.
-- -CHAS. BASWITZ, SOLE REPRESENTATIVE FOR MONTANA.
FOR SALE~ EVERYWHERE.
he American Nationale..
S iANK O NILBýNA.
CAPITAL. $200,000
T. 0. rOWEn, . Prulidne
A. I. BELIGMAN, - ' Vi-Predent
A. I . JOHEBON. OCauhli
90. 7. COPE, - Aslesant Cubirs
Direetmrs.
T. C. Power, A J. Selmanu.
A C. Johns a, lichard Lookm,
Jeatses Sullivan.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Echange
lesued on prinoipal citles of the United States,
Camadesad Europe. Tranfers of money made
by telegraph. Collections promptly attende: to.
City, county and stttese ties bought and soidl.
he Thomas Cruse Savings
Inoorporated. Under the Laws of
Montana,
PAID IN CAPITAL, * $100,000
THOMAS CRUSE - President
FRANK H. CRUS , Vice President
WM. J. COOKE, - Sec. and Asst. Trese
W. J. SWEENEY. - Treasurer
nosrd of Trautees.
'Theme Creaes, Frank R. Cruse
W.J. Cooke, John Fagan.
W. J. Sweeney.
Allows a per cent. interest on Savings Deposit.
gompoended January and July.
Transect. a general banking bulsiness. Draws
echange on the principal oltis of the United
Seats. and Europe.
Deals in county and city bonds, and makes
loan on real etate mortgages..
OfLce hour from 10 a. . to 4 p. m. Also on
Saturday and Mlonday evoning from 7 to B
o'olock.
Second National Bank....
OP HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, . $75,000
SURPUS AND PROFITS, $25,000
A General Banking Business
Transacted.
E. D. EDGERTON, - President
C. K. COLE. - - Vice President
GEORGE B. CHILD, - Cashier
JOSEPH N. KENOK, - Ait. Cashier
Beard of Directors.
Jr. . Sanford, C. G. Evans
H. W. Child, S. J. Jones.
G. C. Swallow, Chri, Kenok.
K. D. Idgerton, e C. K. Cole.,
George B. Child.
J ontana National Banks
OF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital Paid In - $500,000
Surplus and Profits, " $200,000
Directorse
0. A. BROADWATER, - President
L. G. PHELPS. - - Vies President
R. L. MoCULLOH, . . Cashier
S. E. ATKINSON, - - AHt. Cashier
A. G. Clarke. Hermn Geane
H. . oGalen. Peter Larsnn,
C. W. Cannon. R.. . Wallac
David A. Cory.
irst National Bank. *
OF HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 700,000
Designated Depository of the Unl
ted States.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
General Banking Business Transaeted.
dafety Deposit Boxes for Rent
Directors.
. T. HAUER, - President
E. W. KNIGHT, - - Cashier
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Asst. Cashier
GEO. H. PILL. - 2nd Aest. Cashier
Granville Stuart, - Stockgrowel
Hon. T. C. Power. - - U. S..henator
J. C. Curtin, - Clarke, Conrad & (urtin
-. S. Hamilton. - - - Capitalist
0. R. Allen, - Mining and Stoekgrower
Chas. K. Wells, - - - Merchant
A. IL Helter. - A. M. Holter Hardware Ce
Associated Balke.
Northwestern National Bank, - Great Fall
First National Bank, - - Miesoal
First National Bank. - Basta
r erchants National Bank
OF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid in Capital, - $350,000
Surplus and Profits, - $ 90,000
L. H. HERSHFIELD, . . President
A. J. DAVIDSON, - - Vice President
AARON HERBEFIELD, - - Cashier
a. Board of Directors. * *
Thomas Crnue. M. Sands,
8. . Huntley. A. K. Prescott,
A. J. Davidson, Moles Morris.
L H. Herehfield. Aaron Hereheld,.
J. Switzer.
First-clase City, County and State Securities
bought and sold.
Exchange iasned on the principal cities of the
United States and Europe. Tran.fers of money
made by telegraph.
Interest allowed on time deposeit. Collections
promptly attended to.
Boxes for rent at reaonable pricee In one ol
the beet eenetruoted fire and burglar proof sate
depeoit vault in the country.
NOT CE TO CO-OWNER-TO HENRI C.
You are hereby notifed that I have expended
one huntZd dollars in labor and improvements
upon the Miunasota Qarte Lode lituate In
itemple Mining dlltriet. Lesi and Clarke
county, state of Itoltana, in erder to hold eaid
premiqeesmeder the proeleione of section 2224,
resteed etatmtee tof the inited States, beiln the
amount required to hold the sane for the year
eandin Dlcember .1. 180,1; and if within ninety
dge after this notice of publication, you fail or
retane to contribute your proportion of each ex
peSditnte, as co-owner, your interest in the old
9a19n will become the property of the subscriber
-s-er tald section 1824,
PATRICK HoDONALD.
First publioation July 28, 1891.
THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
GRAND SPECIAL WEEK!
Lace GurtaiRs,
SG enille fortieres,
Smyrna Rugs,
Windowv Shades.
Garpets, Garpets.
Our window shades are all extra long, which is a pre
ventative to a Christain faith being tried by their continued
falling, which so frequently happens with 'the little short
blinds customarily found in this market. Our Carpet Depart
ment is simply elegant, containing patterns of the Louis Que
torze style now so popular, and the latest both in Carpets
and Curtains. The Louis QuetorzA pattern in body brussels
is not to be found elsewhere in Helena.
THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE,
Cor. Main and State Sts., H elena, Montana
PROFESSIONAL CARHIR.
R. G. DAVIE,.
Attorney at Law.
Room 5, Ashby Block, Helena, Mont.
IT-1. F. C. LAWYER.
Physician and Burgeon.
SPEGIAIlTIES-Eye, Ear and Throat.
Office: 106%t Broadwr;.
CARPENTER & CAVANAUGH,
(D. B. Carpenter, M. J. Cavanaugh.)
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 9 and 10, Bailey Block.
,SHIBUN K. BARBOUR,
Atterney and Counsellor at Law.
Masonic Temple, Helena, Mont.
A.fASSI NA BULLARD.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Will p tice in all courts of record in the
ltate. Oine in Gold Block, Helena, Mont.
SlZER & KEERL,
-Civil and Mining Engineers.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mineral pat
ent seculred. looms 12-1, Atlas Building, Hel
ena, Moat.
[R. M. ROCKMAN,
Physician. Surgeon. Accouchor. Oculist, Anrist,
Member of San Francisco Medical Society,
l.so Nevada State Medical Society. Office on
Iain street, over SBteinmetz Jewelry Store.
A K PRESCOTT,
-Dealer is
MARB[E
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HEL]ENA, - - MOls
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Second Floor Herald Builin
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a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, DIzziness,
Convrrns, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Hleadache,
Nervous Prostration caused tby the use of alcohol
or tol:acco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression,
Softening of the brain, resulting in insnilty and
loading to misery. decay and death, Premature
Old Age. Barrenness. Loss of Power in either sex
]nvolnhtray Losses and Spermatorrhlca caused
by over-exertion of the brain. self-abuse or over
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no for six boxes, accompanied by $5.00, we will
send the purchaser our writtren guarantee to re
fund the money if the treatment rdoso not effect a
cure. (iuar-trteeo issued only by Ii. M P'archcn
& Co., druggitts, cole agents, I7-lena, Mont.
$500 REWA RD).
We will pay the above reward for an- case of
liver Complaint. I): syppcsia. ick leadarche. In
digestion. Constipation r.r Cortivonest we cannot
cure wafth West's Vegetable Liver fills, when the
directions are strictly complin:l w-ith 'I o y are
purely Vegetable and never fail to give satisfr
tron. Sugar coated. urge boxes, containing
o0 Pills, 25 cents. Beware of counterfeita and
imitations. The geniue manufactured only by
TuIE JOaN C. VWEST ('OMPANY , Chlcaro. ill. Soldi
by H. M. Parchen do Co., druggiets, Helena.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUTTIMBER.
In accordance with the provisions of t.o
rules and regulations govorning tie sue of
timber ou the public douain, pronulgated by
sirrular, approved by the secretary of the interior,
May t. 1b01, notice is hereby ogiver that the un
dereligned, 0. M. Dodd. whose postoh:co address
i logging ('reek. Montanra, will, at the expira
tion of twenty-one dar from the first pblica
tion tf this tt.ite, will makte written apptica
tion to the honorable secretary of tihe interior for
authority tocut andi remove all the pine arntl fir
timber suitaoI' fo r aw loee, lumter o: conriwood
from the following described. nsasrved govern
ment lands, to-wi:c
IBeginning north of the mouth of Logging
creek at bridgo No. 219 where tihe Moutarr
Central ralroard crosses Bolt creek; tlrence in a
westerly dlirection up Lorgging creek, a di tanoe
of albout four miles to a point one milon north of
L.rggrg creek; thence in a southerly direction a
distance of two miles to a poirt orrn mile south
of LoRgging creek; thence in air soterly d rection
a distance of four miles to a print or Bolt cre k
about one mile eroth of the moutllh of .Logging
cresk; thence down loll oretoli in a northorly'ri
reotion a distance of abort two stiles to tise place
of beginrning it being the intention to cut said
timber from a tract of land exOtendintg one mile
on either side of siid LoggilRg r.oe ro.d four
mile weistwacrd frt thIe mllouth thretof. being
In the f.rm of a atlunea two by four milues. con
taiumg about 5,120 acres rf land, all aidi lands
being ulNorrvoeedi government lands, too tit.in
ous, unIlil for agriculturt or grazing, riruate, ty
inn and toeing wothin the county of Caroead.. state
of Montana, and being uon-rtrnorot oxenept as to
Din--ltone. It. is t-stlmsatvl that tlhere in satllieont
Itine timber tl erollr to make about 00,(lt0 fl trt of
moo tr, and eoetlgh fir timiber to mtako about
l00,u000 faot of lumber, beidleee the ineslimalte
aurmount of cordwood that may be made rfroo rtch
part. of raid timber as stay be unfit ftr tItmber.
tSair timter is wauted for the ptrtott, tof mantru
faotoring lurber and cordlwood or sale in the
market. B. Mi. DODD.
Firat unblieatlnn Aug. 16.
INENHAFOLIS & ST. LOWIS
* * RAILWAY, * *
-AND THE-
* * FAMOUS * *
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Throagh Trains Daily From St.
Paul and Minneapolis
2 * , . TO CHICAGO .* * *
Without change, conneetin! with the Fast Train.
of all lines for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
The Direct and Only Line running Through
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TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST
Judicial District of the State of Montana in
and for the county of Lewis and Clarke.
In the matter of the estate and guardianship
of Henry KHenok. a minor.
Otdor to show cause why order of sale of real
estato should not be made.
it appearing to the s.i court by the petition
this day presented and filed by Louis ettadler,
guardian of the person and estate of Henry
Konck, minor, praying for an order of tale of
real estate, that It s necessary to ell the interest
of said minor in the Alice lode, the Buffalo lode,
the Cavmnal gh lode, the Adam lode, the Auttget
lode, the Julia lode and the Mullgrew lode, the
usame being hieing claims, for the purposee s et
lorth in Laid potitloi.
!lt is therefore ordered by the sjaid court, that all
perponse intoreetod in the estate of said minor,
appear before the said distriot court, on sater.
day, the fifth day of Beptemter, A. D., k l.9. + t 10
o'clock in the foresoon of said day, in the court
rom of department number two of said dittrict
court. at the court house in the raid county of
Lewis and (C'arke, to show cause why an order of
sale should not be granted to the ead suardiau,
to sell the interest of said minor in said mining
claims:
And that a copy of this order be published, at
locat, three successive weeks in The Helena
IDily t ndepnndent, a newspaper printed antd
publthhedd in eati county,
aterl A nugust 5, 1891.
HORACE R. BUCK,
BSeall District Judge,
Atrue copy. Attest:
JOHN BEAN. Clerk.
By It. J. CAeary. Deputy.

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