iloA list of Germans who at
1~f tthe world curiomities of life.
Sort time ago in Basel, a il
iand among many remarkable pro
of his will was one for the founding
ologistt' home or institute where
might devote themselves to the
human soul, says the New York
pps was born in Eiohsfelde in
j became a doctor of medicine in
lhis twenty-first year. The con
,etween psychology and physiology
ila interest to him, and after his
ion h Berlin he pursued a psycho
iturse of study at Freiburg, where
tly he became doctor of philoso.
11852 he was called to take a chair
university at Basel, There he re
reuatil his death, one of the lions and
ies of the place. He was pointed
tourists and temporary residents as
te Herr Professor," and never
to attract all the interest claimed for
hs friends. His long, tawny hair,
' thin face. his herculean figure in
rsers and vest and black short
4, above all, his big, old-fash.
it~at, for many years did not fail
e all attention in the city streets.
poorly in bachelor apartments and
sflited beyond reason. In view of
Slife no one who knew him has been
'd by the eccentricity of his will,
learned men who are to gather under
f! of his home or institute must, the
say, think persistently on the prob
sycholoay and must publish all
tries that they may make. They
ive frugally and be religioue, whether
tstt or Roman Catholic. Their writ
ust be purged of all foreign words
philosophical catch words, such as
tve," "objective," "rational,"
cendental," etc. The founding of
nlatute will take place within the
r Germane in recent years have left
"with provisions fully as peculiar, al
igh oftea less calculated to benefit man
, A merchant's widow in Vienna willed
Ctranse's orchestra should play the
nbs waltz at her grave, and each mem
should receive $10 for his services. The
orities at the cemetery made objections
t execution of this provision, mo the
or was compromised by having the
ube waltz played over the coffin at the
os of the funeral in the house. This idea
altz music at the grave was suggested
theVienna woman, doubtless, by the
twill of the Dutch painter Egbert Van
skark, who died without heirs. In his
ille said: "I bequeath my whole estate
oa fund from which every year a bride
atl irceive her trousseau, but under the
terable condition that she, on the day
S wedding, together with her husband
the wadding guests, shall dance on my
] rench will, with German ramifica
t , attracted considerable attention on
ihsides of the Vorges about two years
g The testator was the millionaire 1
!a manufacturer, Auguste Genin. He
nherited all relatives and left his trees
eof art to cities and his two palaces to
a or. 'o each of the eighty-six French s
rtments he left an annual income of
and for the lost provinces, Alsace
ad rraine, he stipulated that a certain b
, to be known as their share, should be
expended every year by the ministry of war
reapons until the provinces should be- £
o Fnerench again, when the sum in ques
* should be paid to them.
aron de Jonarre in Paris some years ago
dae disposition of his property in a man- i
Sunprecedented in French testamentary g
uiis. He willed $30,000 for the care of
SiDanish hound Tiger. He directed that a p
hone be bought for Tiger in the suburbs of
ris, and that there the dog be allowed to P
hoose his own dog table-companions,
abich must be lodged under the same roof
wth him. A watchman and housekeeper p
receive $5100 annually for caring for the
villa, Titer and feeding and cleaning the J
ilmates. It is to the advantage of this pair
of attendants that Tiger live to a ripe old
age, as upon his death the Villa Tiger will
be closed, $200 will be devoted to raising a 1
monument over the dog's body, and the rest o
will go to the Paris society for the proven- a
tion of cruelty to animals. t
The two classic examples of curious wills
on the continent are, however, from the
biographies of Baron Ulrich Than. German f
ambassador in Paris, and Luigi Coltusi, c
professor of law in Paduna centuries ago.
The former, having placed all his money in
annuities, ordered that his body, after
:deatih, bh cut into small bits, salted down in -
a tub and sent by ship to Pomerania for
urial. This was done. The Padua pro
a'sor, according to his will, was carried to
atia grave by twelve fancifully dressed airls,
\seceded by a band playing dance music.
SOne of the last peculiar wills in Germany
:as left by Privy Court Chancellor Lude
7aS, in Dresden, whose lawyer found in the
zx i with his testament some 150 engraved
o urning cards bearing this announce
I have the honor to announce hereby to
½ irignds and aoquaintances my death on
date of the postal mark.
'hese cards were sent out as directed in I
will, A hardly less striking instance of a
ea"eecentricity of Germans in directing
iae disposition of them and theirs after
death was given in this city a few months 8
ago, when three men ascended the statue of It
-Jiberty, scattered the ashes of a dead Gcr- I
'pan friend to the four winds, as he had
willed, and then drank champagne to his
3t 6hould Ie In Every House.
J. . B. Wilson, 371 Clay street, Sharpsburg,
Pa., says he will not be without Dr. King's
:New Discovery for consumption, coughs
and colds, that it cured his wife who was
j threatened with pneumucnia after an attack
of "la grippe," when various other remtidies
alnd several physlcians had done her no
good. Robert Barber, of Cooksport. Pa,,
claims Dr. King's Now D)ecovery has done
him more good than anything he ever used
for lung trouble. Nothing like it. Try it.
Free trial bottles at IR. S. Hale & Co's. drug
store. Large bottles, 50 cents and $1.
S Excursion Rates East.
The following low rates are in effect via
the Northern Paciflo railroad:
From Helena to St. Paul. Minneapolis,
bulath and West tbaperior and return, $60.
Helena to St. Louis and return, $75.
Helena to Chicago and return, $80.
Thkese tickets are limited to three months
and can be made to return via any direct
Remember that the Northern Pacific is
the only line running solid vestibued trains
through to Chicago without change of carj.
A. 3. EDAR,
(Gn'l Agent, Helena, Mont.
COAs. S. Far,
G. P. & T. A., St. Paul,|Minn.
That nlghtmara of man's existence which
aakes food a mockery and banishes sleep
from weary eyes, readily yields to to the p
t'ont bftlenec of the celebrated Engl sh
:Dandellon Tonic. It tones no the digessive
i'*,aau restores the appetite, makes as
flmaalon of food Possimble and invigorates
1 ý systert. Alldragists aell it at
1 4 :
And from now until then will offer their entire stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS AT ACTUAL COST.
This is a bona fide sale and not an advertising dodge to catch
the eye, but we mean what Nve say. All Holiday Goods at Actual
Cost regardless of what it consists. We have carried over,
considerable stock consisting of
Fancy Plush and Leather Cases, Albums, Bric-a-Brac, Silverware, Dolls,
Toys and Fancy Articles of Every Description.
'Tee goods Mus o as WeHae No ile Sa to Pak Them Away.
Remember that we will sell all holiday goods at actual cost until Jan. 1, '92.
Call and be Convinced: SOL. GEZBERGE C 0, North Main Street.
NOTICE TO STO('KHOLDEtS OF THE
Cascade Land Company.
The board of trusteas of the Cascade Land
company having heretofore made and publisheod
calls for payment of installments on the unpaid
snboh'ription to the capital stock of said conm
plny as hereunder set forth, to wit.:
20 cents per share called April 15, 1890, payable
May 22, 1690.
:0 cents per share called Jnne 24, 1890, payable
July 28, 1698
10 cents per share called Aug. 13, 1890, payable
apt, 1i. 1890.
10 cents per share called Oct. 8, 1890. payable
Nov, 10. 18010.
20 cents per share called Nov. 28, 1890, payable
Dec. 26, 1890.
20 cents per share called Feb. 11, 1891, payable
March 17,. 181.
10 cents per share called April 7, 1891, payable
May 10, 1891.
10 cents per share called July 8, 1891, payable
"2 cents per chare called Sept. 9, 1891, payable
10 cents per share called Cot, 28, 1891, payable
Nov. 30. 19L1.
:0 cents per chare called Dec. 9, 1891. payable
Jan. 10, 1092.
170 cents in aggregate.
You are hicreby notilied that payment of the
said installments is dlemanded t, ba made to B.
llrown, secretary of the said company. room 1.
Power bullldng. ir the city of Heena, Mlontana,
on or before the 3rd uay of -ebruary. 1923, to
apply upon the uupaid subscription to the capi
tal stock of aitd rompany.
Any and all stock or said company upon which
said installmeots or any part tIrrool shall re
main unpaid sixty days aflter i'ot.h. 1892, will be
forfeit antl so declared according to law in such
cases made and provided.
Secretary of the Cascade Land Company.
felena, Montana, Dec. 23. 1892.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIM
ber upon publi: lands.
In accordancs with the provisions of section 8
of the act of oagraoss, passed March 3, 1,91. and
tile turl and regulations isued thereunder by
tIe h: nimrble secretary of the interior and the
hororab e commissioner of the general land ot
,ce Maly 5, 1581. J. Henry Longmaid, whose
po:toftice address s Itansaok City, liearerhead
coJ.O.. "r 0ontana, hereby gives notice that at tie
e, piaation of twenty-one dare from the firset
puob.icsti>n of thi, notice, he will ma.e applira
tion is writing to thie honorabl e sretary of the
interior for authority to cut aml remn.rs all the
merchantible saw logs, pine and fir timber, oni
the following described unsnrveycd public lands,
'o:nmencing at a.oint where I'uffalo creek, a
letf hand fork fi (irasshopper creek, enters into
a crnton in what is known locally as tihe ee
:iio rangetd distant from the town of ian
na L-, in iBeavonr eir county. Maotana. about ten
milja in a soutuweratrly di, ection; extending
heonce up the taid Bufla'o creek aid parallel to
its contre lor a distance of two mltes more ar
lboe, andl for hIlf a mile on thls ri.ht or easterly
barik. and a mile on the weesterly or left bank of
said creek, bering a porcl of grolurd about two
tlilos isi length anid a m:le and a half in width,
containing about two ti onsand acres.
'j l.e esatimated amount of each kind of timber
is oabout 8J0,000o fretl of fir and 2l:OtO0 ifet of trine,
moreo or joss.
'Ite haractler of the land upon which said
tiniber is growing is grarelly and mountainouls,
except a small strip, which is swampy anid wet.
ll ti ibbar th'erir, is rough and scrubby, tte
gr-ater ita titn of it beasg ir.
The trerl.ou lr wliri the timber is to be cut
is fair tIrs eretion of workm-n's dwellings,
eal:rehrnoca. re fration works. underground work
and all nti .it:l; turi s ers for the ideveloirrocnt of
the Ltn ea Lena rrtisjir EI-,pro. "
J. IEN i1\0Y I.,)NIMAID.
.H ELENA. -P Mo8
Boom N 1 Power Block. Postoffiae Box 81L
DRUTCHER & GARLAND.
(T. F. Crutcher, B. C. Garland)
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 7 and 8, Bailey Block.
Mmnmc corporation and real estate law special.
yes. W ill practic:e in all the state courts, in the
United Status Riupreme court and before all the
tepartments in Wachington city, in connection
nith Hon. A. H. Garland, late attorney general.
BSHBURN K. BABROUR.
Attorney and Counsellor at Iaw~
Masonic Temple. Helena, Mont.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Will practice in all courts of record in the
state. Office in Gold Block, Helena,. Mont
SIZER A& KEERL,
Civil and Mining Engineers.
0. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyore. Mineral pat.
ants seoured. Rooms 12-13, Atlas Building, Hoel
DR. M. ROCKMAN,
Physician. Surgeon, Accoucher, Ooalist, Auriet.
Member of San Francisco Medical Society,
iseo Nevada State MRdical Socuety. Office on
Cain street. over Steinmetz Jewelry Store.
RJ. J. HARRIS.
Office Holter Blee.
Residence 821 8th arv
D[L. F. C LAWYER,
Physician and Surgeon.
BPIUIALTIES-Eye, Ear and Throat.
Office: 10G½/ Broadway.
DR. CHAS. G. DODGE,
OFrrIO HopRs-- A. M. to 12:30 P. M. 1:30 to
6:30 P. M.
114 Broadway, Helena,. Montana.
UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA.
IFALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 3, 1891.
Course of riktrnction--1. Colloge: 2. College
Proparatory; 2, Buoirt.e; 4, Nornmal: ., Music; 60
Ati. Also intructilo .a i'ommon lranches.
ABLE INSTRUCTION, ELEGANT BUILDING
WN-Send for Catalogueno to the Presideot...g
W. P. TOWER. A. M.. D. D
THE RENOWNED ENGLISH REMEDY
INFALLIBLE CURE FOR
BRAIN TROUBLE AND
No matter from what canse. Contain. no min
orals. 'ric $1. Wholesaloe and retaildruggiet
suoply the domand,
Depository for ths United Staten and Canada
1I East Thirtieth stroeet. Now York.
The Specfio can be oset by mail soaled on re.
ceipt of money.
SCHICAGO IRON WORKS'
GAIL, BUMILLER & UNZICKER
-Bui).ders of G-en.eral- -
MINIC AND MILLINC MACHINERY,*
Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills,
Smelting and Concentrating Plants, Hoisting and
Pumping Works, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore Buck
ets and Water Buckets, Self-Oiling Car Wheels,
Corliss Engines, Compound and Condensing En
gines and Tramways.
-:SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORTHINGTON PUMPS:.
Western Representative, Office and Works
MENNO UNZICKER, Hawthorne Ave. and Willow St.
No. 4 North Main St.. Helena, CHICAGO, ILL
SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA..........
THE SEA BEACH HOTEL
Is the NEWEST, LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE AND MOST
DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL In Santa Cruz
Situated In the midst of commodious grounds, the house directly overlooks the broad and
curving beach and the bay of tionteroy, where is found the finest winter and summer surf bathing
inthe world. From the wide veranda. the most magnificent and varied marine and mountain
views in ('aliforn·a are cren ou all cieo. Its many rooms are handsomely furnished and suncy,
while plenty of bhth-rocm., fire-places, steam-heaters, eloctric light ai.d belle, gmas. hot and cold1
water, are necessary comforts which will be appreciated by all.
A Large Dinit..oorm, Excellent Table and the Best
of Service Throughout the House are Specialties.
STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR.
Tho Peach Station of the broad gaage road is just below the houne, and carriages await train,
at all dvpotur A ldeorip ieo iouvonir booklet of the Hotel and surrounding country mailed free of
charze u appllcatio.L For uloll particular, and terms apply to
JOHIN T. SULLIVAN. :Proprietor.
A S3SPHIMENT NOTICE- OFFICE OF CAS.
c;tale Lh d Cornpany, roomn 1. 'owyr build
ngolico in heIlrlly given that at a I 1ulnr
>n nthty monoing of tlie tru-lWOs of tho Ca(rado
Land Co.. holdd on lhe loth day of D)ecemter.
loh.1, all arsrw1 nm1nt of twrenty (21t cents per
olti,, was levied non tile c:aiitl otook of taid
!nasrn.i laud tootrpany. Ilayal4n on tlh 10th lilay
io .tll l. 18:. t1o . lirlwil. 'tieretarl of raidd
cOIIAuly, at the n ('on])llt of fice, routln 1, Pow;r
building, in lhu oily! JJ nllola, iMontlana.
Ally toclk upon ohiieh a·o0rnrnent shall remain
annpaid o, thii, lOth day if IoFbruary. 111P. s all
he dlIemld ivlin bolloLt andll !lall t.b duly adoer
tis+ld for allO at. Iubli alluclion, and ntllesr lay
mrnl0 ,shall ef mal o 1 .,:lfore, will be ctioI till the
sellootRIlI. to(P heior witjl cOst0 of advlrtiorl)g alid
expyelwwo os. tnrl.
Il. I(lWN, i ocrrttary.
Dated Doec. 10. 101. ilolna, Miont..
fST t('iKlHoItIli M Il;TINGf-TItIi lIEGI;, 1
] lar annual mroflt'n,, of thea stockholdor. ofI
then loutura Naltioo Ib latk 'vili btl holdlr at
their baukinu tou.r ill ji+rl:llho,,nt., In'l'lIu, I
day, Jan. 1. Ie w +1 ll 11to11t. ! tl )a l ,'l,,; 4
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]'.on- hntio-al eank for the lectjau of thirteen
idreo arwfortheuning ·errarwill beholdatth.
pa'I rr of lI.. Ltuk wi th. eournd Tuntday ia
Janacly IBJZ. MA4lK MAIliIJ,
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY,
'14 I 4 I4
OFF OFF OFF OFF
On our entire stock of Men's, Boys'
and Children's Jlothing and Gents'
The Boslto Clotilg Comaly' s
Nos. 23-25 South Main Street,
One Price. Square Dealing. Plain Figures
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