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THE FORCE BILL.
An Attempt to Ineorporate That Idea In Republican Platfornm, WAesunorox, May 16.-About the biggest fight that will be made between she dele gates at the Minneapolis seoveentln, out aide of the presidential contest, will be over the attempt to assert a clause in -the a tional platform deelaring the party favora ble to the passage of an election bill similar to the provilenis of the Lodge meastre, known as the force bill, which created inch .a frore ln the last songress. As has been Sreviesly pointed oat in Washington dim atohe to this pkper, if President Harrieon e renominated, there is little doubt but that he and his friends will insist upon the insertion of each a clause in the platform. Of coourse, his renomination will indiesate that himself and his friends are practically In oa~trol of the convention and will be ahlCto do about as they like as regards the drafting of the platform that he will be *eoppelleI to stand apon in the present It goes without saying that such men as Senators Washburn, Teller Wolcott and others who fought this election bill in the .anate with such tenasity two years ago will uas every attempt to prevent a plank of this kind going into the platform. If the presl dent is defeated for the nomination, there tois still a likelihood of a fight on this quees tion. Sush men as ex-Speaker Reed, Gov. McKinley, Chairman Clarkson, of the re publioan national committee, and other men of like prominence, are in favor of the passape of an eleetion law of this kind. One thingin the minds of astute politicians herethat makes the ponderous ex-speaker weak as a ptesidential candidate this year is his advosacy and determined fight that he made to force the lodge bill through the hdaoe when he wielded the gavel. It can be safely said that Senator Washburn will make it his duty to do everything that hbe can to prevent the adoption of an eleoo tion law elause in the Manneapolie plat form. He will db this even though Harti son is a candidate. With him will be such men as senator Cameron, of Pennsylvania, Toeller and Wolcott, of Colorado. and many others that cannot be called to mind at this time. Men who have traveled over the country during the last two years and claim to know the temper of the people, declare that if this election law business was brought to a vote before the people at the polls as an issue, it would be overwhelming ly defeated. It is also evident that the silver men are going to make a determined fight to insert a clause favorable to the free coinage of sil ver in the Minneapolis platform. It seems uncertain now that they will have strength enough to carry out any plan of this kind, but that they will make an energetic fight at the convention is not doubted by any one. To Exclude Political Influence. WAesnraroN, May 16.-A bill to exclude political influence from the 61,000 fourth elass postoflioes in the country was agreed upon at a meeting of the house committee on civil service reform yesterday. The bill provides for the division of the country into postal districts and that where va oancies occur open competition shall be announeed by postoffics inspectors, whir shall recommend the best man to the post master general, after receiving applications and examining facts. Congressmen and other federal officers are forbidden to make recommendationd or interfere in any way with appointments. Under the bill ap pointments or removals upon political grounds are prohibited. Bering Sea Arbitrators. WASHINGTON, May 1G.-It is stated on the authority of Secretary Blaine that Mr. Jus tice Harlan, of the United States supreme court, and Hon. John Morgan, United States senator from Alabama, have been selected by the president as arbitrators on the part of the United States in the Bering sea arbitration, England will now appoint two arbitrators, and three others are to be appointed, one by the king of Sweden, one by the president of the republic of France and one by the king of Italy, making seven arbitrators in all. Hon. E. J. Phelps, late United States minister to England, has been selected as chief council on behalf of the United States before the arbitration commission. Republican Camlpaign Committee. WAsmaNoTON, May 16.-The republican congressional campaign committee organ ized last evening by the election of Senator Anthony Higgins, of Delaware, as chair man, Representative John A. Caldwell, of Ohio, vice chairman, and the following to constitute, with the above, the executive committee: Senators Perkins. of Kansas; Washburn, of Minnesota: Representatives Townsend, of Colorado: Houk, of Tennes see, Hermann, of Oregon; Walker, of Mas sahnusetts: Oheatham, of North Carolina. Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania, was elected secretary. Capital Notes. The president, accompanied by Mrs. Har rison, Mrs. Dimrnmick. Lieut. and Mrs. Par ker, left on the light house tender Jessa mine for a trip down the river and bay. It is expected the party will be absent till the latter part of next week. Payments of sugar bounty for the pres ent fiscal year amounted to $7,500,000 and payment is practically completed. The es timate for the ensuing year Is $10,000,000. Testimony on the part of the prosecution in the Hanm investitation practically closed Saturday.- May 23 Payson, on the part of Raum, will introduce evidence in rebuttal. Secretary Elkins has directed the new mil itary post at Helena, Mont., to be named Fort Harrison. PROBABLY A FAKE. An oInterview Credited to Senator Hill by a New York Paper. NEW YOtK, May 16.-A Washington special quotes Senator David B. Hill as follows: "The statement that I intend to sound an alarm in the senate against the present proneness of the democratic party to excessive expenditure of public funds is absurdly false. From what I have learned by keeling my ears open, whale I believe James G. Blaine the only man Harrrison and friends fear, the fact of the matter is that Tom Plata made a great mistake by not holding a midwinter convention. Had he done this he could have had his own way and had his delegates just where lie wanted them. It is now too late for him to do anything against Harrison." referring to sharp criticisms upon the omission of Grover Cloveland's name fiom the platform of the New York state mid winter convention, Hill is quoted thus: "Why, I should like to know. should the convenition have fiehtioned the name of Grover Oleveland? The convention of neither party has been in tie habit of drag ging in outsiders in this way. Why, as far as the reasonableness of the thing goes the convention might as well have uone back a few eenrs and commended the adminis tration of Blohanan," SPARKSI FROM THE WIRES. Franok, cashier of the Dentseohe bank, who absconded in 1891 a defaulter for 1,000,000 marks, has been arrested. Four negroes at Goodwill, Md., killed 1)D. MI. Justice, a white man. Wells, the one who did the actual work of murder, was lynched. The Indianapolis News has been sold to William Henry Bmith and Charles R. Will iams, of the Assooisted Press, William J. RItichard, F. A. T. and W. A. Hiolliday, of Indianapolis. Deserving Pralse. We desire to any to our citizens thait for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, Ir. KiBa's New Life Pills. oBuoklen'a Arnica Salvo and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell so well, or that have given suneh universtl satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the purchase price if satisfactory rensurie do not follow t eir use. These remnedies harve won their 9rest popularity on their merits. It. . isle J Co., druggists. BIG CANAL PROJECT. s Warner Miller Iatlueod With the Progtess of the Achenie. S SAw" FBAwa co, May 16,-Ex-Senator Warner Miller, of New York, and party ar rived here to-day, In an interview ex-Ben r ator Miller, who is presldent of the Nicara gua canal constreatlon company, said the - interest taken in the Nicaragua uanal by r the entire people is raem ikaDle, The pub lis semse to have awakened to an adequate realisation of the manifold benefits that will result from opening the waterway, "On this trlp the west I have been in Minneapolis, Bvokane and the eities of Puget sound, and in Portland. Everywhere I found the publie wide awake and anxious ° to know more aboueet the project. I spoke in these eities by invitations of the cham ber of commeree in each place. "Merchants, irrespective of polities, agreed with me that the opening of the canal will do wonders for the weasAnd the whole country. I eannot say I set any legislative action on the matte jnst now on the eve of a presidential election, but I am of opinion that the eanal is gaining .in favor every day, in congress and out of I eongrees. The work of construction is going on all time. It is not going on as fast as we would like, but it is progressing. It is, of course, a big undertaking." Fred O. Pillsbnry Dead. MINNEAPOLIS, May 16.-Fred C. Pillsbury, r member of the great milling firm of Pills bury & Co., died this morning of malignant diphtheria. Bucklen's Arplea Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, ore, mares, ulcers, salt rheum, fever mores, totter. 'happed hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. S. Hale & Co. DyPpeplla. That nightmare ofman's exlstenee which makes food a mockery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily yields to the po tent influence of the celebrated English I Dandelion Tonic. It tones up the digest ive organs, restores the appetite, makes as similation of food possible and invigorates the whole eystem. All druggists eelI it at $1 per bottle. Thousands of hafering Women. Delicate women who comolain of tired feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed menstruation, will fnd in Orecon Kidney l'ea a faithful friend. Itean be relied upon in every instance to give immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Thon sands of women are uffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidney Tea. NOT DEAD. Remarkable Experience of John Turk, a Pio neer of Helena. 89 Doses Taken at Once Did Not Kill, but Succeeded in Curing Him. fohn Turk, Cascade, Montana, took 39 doses of a so-called "San Francisco Quack's Medicine," at ones, and was not killed, as promised by rival doctors. In Septem her, 1889, he ealled on, Dr. A. C. Stoddart, visiting physician for Dr. Liebig & Co., Liebig World Dispeasary, San Francisco and Butte City, who had offices for two weeks at the Merchants Hotel, Helena. Mr. Turk had suffered for years with Rheumatism, Impurity of Blood and effects of mercurial Salivation. He had four of the best physicians in Montana attend him, and they failed to relieve him. Dr. Stod dart examined him, sent his prescriptions to Liebig Dispensary, San Francisco. to be prepared. Liter Dr. Stoddart left, Mr. Turk met the local doctors and told them 'what he had done. They laughed at him, and said "that Ban Francisco quack would kill him." He was so frightened that when the medicine from San Francico came he put the bottle upon a shelf at his house, 707 Park street, Helena, and it stood neg lected until December (nearly three months) while Mr. Turk suffered day and night, had not slept half an hour at a time in years. Being in great 'agony late in December, at midnight. his bye caught sight of the so-called "Quack's?" medi cine; (THE QUACK HAPPxNS TO HAVE TILE MONTANA MEDICAL LICENSE AND IB A DULY QUALIFIED PHYSICIAN AND SURGnON FOR MON TANA.) He, in desperation decided to kill himself with the "Quack's" medicine, as he was told by former attending doctors it would kill him, so he swallowed half a month's medicine at once-39 doses-and fell asleep, slept until noon next day, and never has had a pain or ache since. The above reads like fiction, but truth is stranger. and to prove that the above is true, write to John Turk, Cascade, Mon tann, or call on Mrs. E, Verley, or Mrs. A. H. Dunbar, 707 Park avenue, Helena, Mont. Drs. Stoddart, Liebig & Co. will have offices in Helena at Merchants Hotel. let to 4th of each month. Montana offices 8 East Broadway, Butte. Call or write.b Recently the followtnq Noice appeared in the 8an Francisco Chronicle. ' Judge S- had been sick otly ahout two weeks, and it was not ltunitil the ]lst three or four days that the talady took a orrious tart,. At the bgei,,itl goflhis iloltess ie sufferedf Fraom diabtetes and stomach disorder. Lnter the kidueys refused to perfornl their finctions and he assed quietly 'way. Thus ended thte life of one of (he most prominenlt mnci in Cali fornia." Like thousands of otlers his un titely death was the result ofneglecting early symptotus of kidney disease. -I F" N YOU t. are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or auy dle rongetnent of the kidnieys or ttrinary orgatns, doeUUt delay proper trtetltentt until you are forced to give up your daily duties; doun't p waile ynlr 11fvtlY o,,n worthless litlitlmelt and worse pltastcrs, buit strike at the seat of thedisease at oce rby tisitlg the rereatcst ofrtllt ktowu rvneiiles, the relehroted Oregon Kid tey Tea. It has savedt the lives ofthottsands. Why shloult it irot clre yoai? T'ry it. Pullrely vegetable and pleasant to take. $1.00 a pack ate, for $5.00. .'.Ir. .~ ~~ et 'q'1.'' , BY I 2 L U. J I.JiEyiIhi. t F . . , jvri r. Th. L palaia -- - be ent by mail nestld on HIIL Iv4. - - JflUnC. Duputy Ahurjtr. F. B. Hosa. Under Phorit. oT m a uv. OPPENHEI MER & ASCH, IMPOI'TED ,..,TD DOMESTIC + 'wllNeS, LIQUORS AND CIC~RS+ ;F-ALYtr .A .LE SOLTCITED. No. 101 South Main Street. Corner of Wood Street. HICBITFr MALE- CH ItIB McO S utie, A, , n H. L rO t nt, Arthtu O'Brien ad aPyni Uberan , fuude nte. , UndJ y adl by via.-te of an order of sale ana .dse or r our· aim ae t lltl, oear r of te irt Jt couctt th I eta oMontana, in nd for the county of Lewt An.d Cklarke an the 6th ddv If May, A. D. 1621 in the above enttited motion, wherei (bris, Moaourmiel th, bebts teabov e ed esari A . iDt' 1892 oA M obInd a jndpate..., decre oatureol ur edstae o anu ailJ gr 'IR. I , CdelAniase, t orn hth t d1e4 Mo y i A. a , 1i81 1 for ,thoeam ato S$11.70, bedeeints[!hst,ýcost nl attoruey fee. e which eai dero rso was a , t A4th tes of Ma. t AD ISD.c11s,ovrdid iq judgunet buoot a.o1 o Smoid court ` at+ P ..-ý, I am tmt aOde oa sl iae the crtrels lo la, . es or parcels a ndl situeat, iyin e anaidbellt in the county o LaW nd (,iarks, Br t o Montana, an na ounded sad desactibad follows, to-wit.: S te numot bered thirt -four (2.), thirty-fiv (81), ethirts-sic (8n) and tirt-sven (117), in bloc eumber four (4)t of the ?lower tardren adition to the city of sHelena, county and state tfOresald, as thq ame appears on the plat on file it the of , floe of the county recorder of Lewis and Clarke county, Mdontana. Toeter with all and slinlar tihe tenement, ter.itameun e apnd appurtenances thereunto bh (Public notice i. hereby gieun that on Saturday, a th 28ih da of May. A. ). 1892. at 11 o clock a m. of that dy at the front door of the ronrthoua , lHelena, Lewis and Clarke county Montana, will, in obedience to maid order of salocnd decre of foreclosure sand alo, sael the above decrlbed Sproperty, or nome much thereof as may be ncesaur 1to satisfy sald jciarmnent with interest and costa, to the hglhst and best kidder for cash in hand. liven ander my tiand this 6th day of MJI, A. D. 189e. CIIAB. M J, JE ROif, ShoLeri. Dy RALPe 0, JOHnson, Deputy Sherlff. TICE OF t'tAIIIL--NOTI(1H. ] IIEBE " given, that in pursuance of an order ol the first judicialdistrict court, orf the count) of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, made onl the 14tltl (lay of May. 1892, in the matter of the estate of Beunamin C, Brooke, deceaued, the un. t igned, the administrators and adrninistratrix ot r said estate, will sell atprivate mle to the highest bidder, on and after the first day of June, 18912, at the office of William Mth, No. 21l Poweu block, in the city of lielena t between the hoenr of nine o'clock In the forenoon and live o'clock r in the afternoon, subject to confirmation by said . district court, all the right, title, interest and estate of thp said Benjamin (. Brooke, at the time of his death. etl all the right, title and in tuerest that thi aid estate has, bay otllution ot law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addi h tion to that of the s aid oenjamin C. Brooke at the time of his death, in and to all those certain lots. pieces of or parcels of land situate, lyine - and being in the said city of Helena. county el th Lewis and Il urks and state of Montala. and more particularly doscribed as follows, to-wit: Lots righty-nine (89), ninety (90), ninety-onut - (91), ninety-two (92). and ninoty-tlhree (I93). it A block twelve (12): lots ons (1), two (2)' five (5), Ssix (i), and seven (7), in block fifty-sevr. (57); lot ten (10), in block sixty-four (64): lot two (2), in block twenty-four (24) lot thirty-eca (1136) it block twenty-six (2tt): all of which lots are sitl unto in the original townsito of the city of Hol d na. Also the following lots and fractional lote situate in the Brooke addition to tihe city of Hel-t one, to-wit: Fractional lots one (1), thirty (30), Stwentyv-ninA (29), thirty-one (31I). and thirty-twc (32), in block one hundred and sevents-ninc a (17;:) lots ono (l), two (2), twenty (20). twenty S(2 twey-two (22), in block one hundrod and eighty (18)1: fractional lots eleven (ll, 'twelve (12), thirlten (19), seventeen (i7), eighteen S(18). anld nineteen (18). in block one Ihundred and eigihty (181)): lots onile (1), two (2), three (3). Stwnt.y-0oeven (27) twentyoighlt (28). twenty-nine (219). thirty (0), thirty-one (31), thirty-two (32), it block one hlundred and eighty-one (181); fractional lots fur (14), live (5), six (6), twenty four (241), twenty-five (25), twenty-six (20). in block one hundred and elgiaty-ono (181t); frac tional lots thirty-one (3l), and thirty-two (3.), in block one lhtndred and eiglhty-two (1812); frac tional lots sceventeaen (17), eighlteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty (20). twenty-one (21) twenty-two i2), twenty-three (23). twenty-four (21), twenty five (25). and twenty-six 1286), in block one hun drotd and ninety-two (192); lols seownteen (17), eighteen (18). nineteen (19). twenty (20), twenty one (21), twentty-two (22), twentay-three (221. twenty-four (2-1). twoenty-five (25), an blockono bndlired anti nincty-four (194); fractional lots nine (9), ton (10, eleven (11), twelve (12), thir teen (13). fourteen (14), fifteen (15), sixteen (.e), twoenty-six (21), twenty-seven (27). twenty-eaght (28), twenty-nine (29), thirty (30). thirty-one (31), thirty two (32), thlirty-three (:133), thirty-fodr (84), in block one Ihundred and ninety-four (194); fractional lot seventeen (17), in block two hunn dred anud four (2041; lots one (1), two (21, three (1), four (4), twenty-tine (29). thirty (30), thirty one (31), and thirty-two (38), in block three hun tred (3t)0; lots one (1), two (2), three (:3). four (4). five (5). six (6), seven (7) eight (8), in block three ihtndreu and oho (701); lots seveta (7) eight (8(, nine (9), thireen (13), fourteen (14i). fiftoen (1e). eixtcen (Ill). seventeen (17), eighlteen (18), nineteen (11t). twenty (20), and twenty-one (21, in block three hundred andt two (302): lots sevet (7), eigtt (8), nine (9), ten (O0), eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (1:3), svcnteen (17), and egighteen (18), in block three hundreal and ttreao (303): lots one (1), two (2). tiree (3), four (.1), five (.1, six (tit, seven (7), eaght (8), nines (9), ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12, thirteen (13). four teen (Ill). fifteen (15). cixuten (Il), sevetnteen (18). eighteen (18). nineteen (19), twenty (201, twenty-one (21), twenty-two (221). and twesty Sthree (23), in block tihree hundred and thlirtern I (:;l.) laot aon, (1), two (2), nine (9), ten (10). Sfifteen (15), sixteen (16). and seveant-en (I'), in block three lhundred and fourteen (:i4), in the Irooue addition to te city of Hlelena, Lewis and C:larko county, statt of Montana. I Hids in writing for any portion or parcel of Svaid described roal estate will be received at the olffice of Itilliam IMuth, 213 Power block. Hol ena, iontana. - T'erms and conditions of sale are as followe: One-half of the purchase cmoney to he paid in cashl in lawfnul lnoney of tile United Hltaters at tihe time of ,ale, and the balance in twelve months, with interest at the rate of ten per cent on de ferred paymt.ts, or all tash at l to imOe of Iur chase at the option of tihe purch:aser. -1. M. PAlttIIEN. AAI(All J. BJiOtrKiE, Administrators of lthe ectato of Benjamin C. rlrooko, deceasedl __MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosse and Milwaukee to Chicago and all points in the Eastern states and Canada. It is the only line under one management between SSt. Paul and Chicago, and it is the finest equipped railway in the Northwest. It is the only line run ning Pullman drawing-room sleep ing cars with the luxurious smok ing-roomns, and the finest dining. oars in the world, via the famouu "River Bank Route," along thcF shores of Lake Pepin and the beau tiful Mississippi river to 1Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains connect with those of the northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of cars of any class be tween St. Paul and Chicago. For through tickets, time tables, and full information, apply to any coupon ticket agent in the North west. i MABLIE GRANITE C MONUMENTS Headstones. aa.L .. - " -- tua THE PROVIDER. You will never know how S I L You will never know how cheaply we are selling goods much others are overcharging until you come andsee. you until you get our prices. When you se our good and get WE UNDERSELL. our prices you will realize that Ladies' and Gents' Furnishinig Goods SDEPARTMENT. Large Line of Ladies' Sam ple Waists at ONE-HALF PRICE. Dinner Set, this pattern, one hundred and twenty-nine pieces of best English Semi Porcelain, with underglaze decoration in Men's Natural Grey Under brown or green, wear, PER SUIT, $1. For Tuesday and Wednesday, $1.5. Ladies' Black Hose, Herms dorf dye, 20c. Polished Brass Banquet Lamp complete, with any color of twenty-inch linen shade, $3.7.. GROCERY DEPARTMENT, Champignons Coteaux, extra fine, can .27 ' Petits Pois, extra fine, can......... .274 Haricots, in glass................. 45 Truffle Sardines, can.............. .20 Truffles, Brossic's, can............ .50 SCapers Capote, large glass......... .40 Fromage de Brie, glass jars........ .40 Edam Holland Cheese, each ........ $1.25 This Chamber Set, io pieces, in high- Parmesan cheese, small glass....... .30 colored sprays, $4.00. Neufchatel cheese, 3 for........... .25 WM. WEINSTEIN & CO. fIL TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & 0. R. R. "The North-Western Line," This is the only line making connection with the GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY at St. Paul every day in the year for Chicago and the East. VIA GREAT NORTHERN. Leave Butte . ........................ 7:50 am Leave Helena ........................ 11:10 a m Leave Great Falls ..................... 2:55 p m Arrive Minot............................ 10:50 am Arrive tlrand Forks .................. 6:20 p m Arrive St. Paul ......................... 6:55 am VIA NORTHERN PACIFIC. l,eave .ltte................. 12:25 p m 9:5 p m Leave lielena ............. 1:10 p in 10:35 p m L.eave iozenlan............. 5:1 p m 2:25 pm Arrive St. 'aul.............. 12:15 p m 6:20 p m VIA NORTHVESTERN LINE. Leave St. P'aul..... 7:55 am 5:15 pm 8:05 p m Arrive Milwaukee.. 7:55 p m 7:25 a m 7:25 a nt Arrive Chicago..... 9:85 p m 8:00 am .:30 a in "The North-Western Line" is the shortest line in both distance and time to Chicago. Nor map folder of line address T. W. TEASDALIE, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul. S'HERIFF'S SALE-MARGARET I. LEE plaintiff, v. Ms ry . M.essenger, Charles Mes senger. 1. Whitehead and Edward Whitehead, defendants. Uinder anad by virtue of an order of sale and derree of foreclosure and rale issued out of the district court of the First judicial district of thl etare of Montlana, in and for the county of 1 ewns and Clarke, on the lath day of May, A. D. 18'3, in the abose entitled action, wLe:ein iargaret i '. L.ee the above named plaintifof obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure nd esale agrainst Mary M. Messenger, Charles Messenger, . Whitehead and Edwacrd White head, defendants, on the 6th day of May, A. 1). 1891 for the som of $1,304.90, hesiles interest, coets and attorney fees, which said decree was on the 6th day of May, A. D. 181t2, recorded in Judgment book No. G. of said court at page -, I am comnlmanded to sell all tlalt certain lot. plces o parcel of lend, situate, lying and being in tIe county of l.wi. raL Clarke. slate of Aontana, and bounded and decrlbed as follvows, te-wit: Lort numbered six it). in block nmbered eighlty (81). ci tle hNorthorn Pacific addition to thbs city of Ilelena, couuty end state aforesaid. Laid lot having a frointage of fifty (50) feet and a Ldepth of one hunrored asd forty (140) feet, ar e:,roing to, and as described upon thebs official plat ol tihe raid named addlitieu, which plat is now on file iu the manner provided by law, in the olice of the county recorder or the said collunty of lewis altd Clarke. T'ogether with all and sit.rular the trenemunts, heore:itltaents, atl ntalpurtennrcsto o treruto Ire longing or in soy wist appllrtainflhg. P'ublic notioe is htsrby given that on Saturday. lhe 2811t day of May, A. D. 1892. at 12 o'clock 1i. rtf that day at the frrut door of the coart Iuhone, ltrreu,. lowis and 'larke rcounty. Montana, 1 will, in oho.lienre to said order rl stIle anri rlderr'o "f fiovalore.ne andi trIp rlell Ittrr abolrcsrlsecribirr Ipro)perty, or er muct:h I 'ereot asi nltry h rue,'roary to satisty vadl jtlrdgtr nt. with interest aid rosts, to the higlrst: ndl Ilnst bidder for cash in hand. (iivon under my hand this 8th day of Hay, A. 1). 18ti. C'iAS. 1. JFFE'tIIS. Sheriff, Bly ltALt (ft. 3irrOr , , Or l t,,,,,,. nth ..rv SUMMONS-Ii THE DISTRICT COURT OF the FirtjAdioMl istriect of the state of Mon tana, in and or the county of Lewis and Clarke. Dora Irown, plaintiff, vs. Louis Brown. de fendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above-named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against Ion by the above-named plain tiffin 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 days (exclu sive of the day of service) after the service on you of thi asummons. if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but within this district. within twenty days: otlhrwine within forty days. or judl ment by default will be tak.n against you, according to the prayer of said cuom plaint. 'Ihe said action is brought to obtain a judg ment and decree of sa;d court diseolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now onxit ing between plaintiff and yoursflf. upon the ground t: at you did, on May '24, 1810, wilfully and without cause and without the ptlaintif's consant, desert and abandon the said plaintiff and live separate and apart from her, and that you have continued so to do -without cause or rea son and against plaintilr's will and without Iher convent, and for general relief, all as more full! appears from tLIe complaint on file herein to which reference is hereby had. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Given under my havtland the reel of thedistrirt court of the First itdicial district of the state of Montana. in and for thi county of I ewi andt Clarke, this 2d dlay of tay, in the cae of our Lord one thonsand dight hundred and ninety two. 5EAt.. I JICti B1'AN. Clerk. ty It. R. 'I'ctaksor, pot Dpty ('hII -k. F. N. L . . ti. i n TIrn r., Plaintiff' Attorneys, ,RERIFF'S SALE--BY VIRoTUE OF AN F,-E. rotion in sty hands, issued out of the dis trict court of the pirot Jutdicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. in thettsit of Brace Wilson against J)avid Kirby, duly attested the 1st day of April, A. D., 1892, 1 kav levied upon all the riglht title and interest of the said lavi, Kirby in and to the following described property, situated in Lewris and Clarke county, Montana. viz.: An undivided half (!i1 intireet in tie Monte ('hristo mining claim, located in t'en Mile. unu organized. mining district, l.ewis and I larks county. Montana, about one-half ile snount of the --- of Clsrkson and west from ilaby creek. This location is 1,500 foeet long by tOO feet wide, atil its boundaries are distinctly marked upon the ground by stakee or posts as follows: Pegin ning at discovery and running 1(OW feet easterly to a post uarked "1 east-end center;" thence Oill toot sooth to a post marked "r 2 southeast ctr nor;" thence 1,51 feast westerlyto a post markei "' southwost corner;" thence 100 feet north to a post isarked -" northwest corner:" thence 1.,500 feel, iast it a poest marked "1 northeast corner;" thrnce t00 feet soith to a poet marked "1 east stii, cente:." A notice of location of said claim is orecodtd in book of iloes, pagse 12, i ot the records of Lewis and Clarke county, Mon tana. Notie is herebygien thaton 'liteday, the 21th day of flay, A. D. 189:. at the hionr of 12 o'cilok in. of said day, si itoe front doorof the court htouse, i It lie city o.f i llfet,. cotuLnty and statle aftresid, 1 will soll all the right. title and interest of thi said David liirty in atid to tle said above desrilbel ptrot arty, to tie highest bitidder for ash in hiand.i (Kivo tiunder nay hand this. the .d day of tny. A. D). 1002. t'lIARLES M. JEFFERId, Slheriff. F. E. Huss. Under thorift. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CRUTCAER & GARLAND, (T. E. Crtcher, R. C. Garland) Attormeys at Law. Room 7 and 8, Bailey Blook. Minta corporation and real estate law speola. ges. Will practice in all the state courts, in the United States supreme court and before all the lepartmeuta in Wshington city, in connection with Hon. A. H. Garland. late attorney general. ASHBURN K. BARBOUR. Attorney and Conusellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Helena, Mont. 1ASSENA BULLARD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the state. Office in Gould Block, Helena, Mont. SIZEii & KIEERL, Civil and Mining Engineers. U. S. Deputy MineralSurveyors. Mineralpat. entl secured. Rooms 12-13, Atlas Building, Holena, Montana. D - . ROCKMAN. t'nysician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Ocnlist, Aurist. Mlember of San Francisco Medical Society, alsco NeSada State Midical Society. O3loe on Main awrout, over Steinmetz Jewelry Store. DR. D. L. CARMICHAEL Diseases of Women and Children Specal Attention. Helena, Montans. it. W. Mt. BULLAID. " Office: First National Bank Ulnllding. Telephone No. Il8. DI. C. K. COLE. Oltice: First National Bank Building. Telephone No. 168 "'Henry's Specifics" THE RENOWNED ENGLISH REMEDY INFALLIBLE CURE FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS No na.t~c from what causo. Contains no mis erasb. Pric $1F. Vholelea and retail druggeite suoply the demand, Depository for the United States and Canada S13 liAt T'hitioth street. Now York. The Speclfio can be cent by mail sealed oa w ceipt of manes.