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TO BOOM THE BIG CANAL
Delegates From All States to Discuss the Nicaragua Project at St. Louts. Ezaot Statue of the Work De tailed by the Manager, G. W. Davie, Some Notable Men Who Will Bs at the Oenveation-What the Canal Will Aomanplish. ST. Louis, May 20.-[lBpecial.]-On the 2d day of June a Nicaragua Canal conven tion will be held in this city, and among the delegates who have been named by the governors of the various states to represent respective commonwealths will be a num her of the most noted public personages in America. The convention will owe its ex istence to the state of California, Is which a preliminary conclave was held some amonths ago and the general gathering de cided upon. The call, which is issued in the name of a committee of nine Californi ans, is signed by each men as Morris M. Estee. recently a candidate for United States senator and four years ago the per manent chairman of the national republi can convention, and James G. Fair and Horace Davis, two western millionaireswho are directly interested in the Maritime Ca nal company. All the states have responded with gratifying alacrity to the request of the California committee. New Hamp shirs sends such men as P. C. Cheney, B. B. Kimball, Irving W. Drew, Stilson Hutch ins. Dexter Richards, John A. Spaldiig and A. J. Pillsbury. Gov. Brown, of Kentaky, has gone a step further aid has named a delegation of two, three or more from every congressional distrint in the state. From Louisville Albert S. Willis, George M. Davie, Thomas F. Hargis, John D. White, Luoien Adkins and A. E. Wilson will go. Ohio sends ex-Speaker J. Warren Keifer, of Spi ingfield, and Amos Town send. South Dakota sends a delegation of eight; Minnesota, Wisconsin, and in fact, every western state has named a larger delegation than that requested in the orig inal call. All the eastern states have named the delegates requested. The call itself, which has not yet been generally published, is a unique document. It is addressed to the American people and says among other things: "If the Ameri can people would make water transporta tion between the eastern and western side of the continent a successful competitor to land transportation the Nicaragna canal must be constructed, and it should be built by American capital and controlled by the American people. "Commercially, nothing within the range of thought will accomplish so much for our country as the building of this great waterway. it will shorten the distance by sea between the two sides of our country about 10,000 miles, and friom the Pacific coast to Europe about 7,000 miles. It will create greater commercial possibilities be tween the different sections of our country IOUTE OF THE CANAL. and it will largely increase our trade facili ties with all foreign countries. It will make a competing route for transportation by water which will nontralize the combi nations of land transportation compaties, and yet it will tend to increase the very business of the companies it competeswith. It will make secure to this reoublio much of the commerce of the Pacific ocean, now drifting into foreign channels. It will bind together 1,c the ties of a common interest all of the rtrtes of the union. It will open the conmrercr of the Pacific with the val ley of the Aliasissin 1ri The galf states and the far west will feel the vitalizing forces of the new and better markets for the pro ducts of the soil, because cheaper transpor tation will increase prices and thus greatly benefit the interior and producing states of the union, while the north and east will grow strong under an increased demand for American shipping, and the manufacturing industries of these sections will be greatly benefittel Iby an improved home and for eign market. 'It will give renewed and stronger ex pression to an American policy of main taining peace among nations by building up industries and creating trade and com merce. "Blit much more than this. The defense of the Pacific states in time or war should demand the. thoughtful and patriotic con sidoration of the whole country. P'acrlic corrst industries ar5 now so largeaird varied, the population of that pact of the union lisas sparse, the distance arousid Cape Horn by sea so great, the long time required to reacts there by water, the icoreating needs of that part of the American union, all point to and make oscessary, as a iratter of national safety, the building of she Nicara gus canal." The object of tha convention will, of course, ha the memorializing of congress on the question of a subsidy. But i under stand that its resolotrone will Ire drrected to the natIonal conventions of both parties itAILROAD roanOosn Trig sWAMP. and that these will he asked to incorporate in their respective platforors an indorse. ment of the canal srt a prnrmise that the party will use alt its efforts tosecuririg gay erunuent aid for tire project. Mr. Eatee is to lrrrk after tire interreise of thre crsinrl con ventlonm at IIinnoespolie and ex l'ostmrastsrr General Don li. lDinkinson is to do a liks ser vice at Chicager. Ivisited the oflirces of theCanal Construc tion companry iin New turk City the other day and found that th,' work is progressinc far beyond all expectations. Much ieno as Andrew Carnegie, John W. Mackay, Cor. nelins N. Bliis and ax-Menator karr have just been intereateni in the Irrojset and hayv, investsd heavily ri, tins compan, s secars ties, I imstsirnr this is due largely to the influence of cx-: enrrtor Warner Miller, whoI is oni friendly ,rrrr even maintate terms witir slt these gentlemn rrr.It was in May, Ii88i, that the liret retinal work was doie on the canal, sort Ib the ciree at the year 11800, a force of near ly 21100K trllocurs, foremuen and laborers was actively ,mrpsloyed. Thbs work of clearing the cannni mire of tforest was he g un in January. 18811, ini broth sides of Lake tecarsgus, asnd the clearing now liac the full width ..f 4ti~i feint train ties ousit ar either side of tirri natural waterways. I askert Mr. (leonrne W. Ilnyr, lire manager of the wnrk, to destsrl to nsu exactly what had been accourplisbed, and he jut it into this shape: 'in the Smet place, we have completed the Aral surveys for locstion and aowdtr" " il. I We have made a thoren h subterra: son ex-I amination uf the arntits requiring rPe5i l by means of boringe with the dlianiotd drill. We have restored the harbor of eau I Joan del Netre on the Atlantic coast side to the extent of securing an easy enthance to the port of vessels of twelve feet draughs. and have construoted extensive wherves and splendid landing facilitles. 'I hen, too, we have erected permanent baildinus for ollleers quarters, hospitals, storehouses, shope, eic., having B floor area of almost two more. In addition f o thIs we have established temporary camps along the en tire line for the accommodation of emsi ployee and have a telegraph line, eo that the New York offie is to commnnicatlon with every section of the work. The clear ing of the canal line of timber ieseompleted. Eleven miles of railroad are in operating .order and we have in Lake Nicaragua now and aloan the other natural waterways in the route the most valuable and power ful dredging plants ever used in canal con struotion. One mile of the canal Is aesta ally in operation. We have acquired by purchase the valuable and exclusive fran chise for steam navigation of the San Jnan river and the Nicaragua lake." In the estimates of constrnation the cost of the canal was placed at $60,000,000 to $05,000,000,. It is now believed, however, that the expense will be nearly $125,000,000. The New York board of trade has also appointed a committee to represent it at the ht. Louis convention. This consists of Orlanyo 1. Potter, Lloyd I. Beaman, Am brose vsnew, Darwin R. James, William H. Webb, Edward L. Molinenx, John F. Henry, Albert B. Ropes. No Danger at New Orleans. NEw ORLEANs, May 20.-The levees along the front of this city ase in good condition, and but little uneasiness is felt on account of high water. A large territory with grow ing crops is threatened at Happy Point, eighteen miles below where a fifty-foot beak is enlarging. bypsy crevasse is not enlarging, andit is ýhonght to be in hand. A Leader. Sines its first introduction, Electric Bit ters has gained rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly in the lead among pare medicinal tonices and alteratives-con taining nothing which permits its use as a beverage or intoxicant, it is recognized as the best and purest medicine for all ail ments of stomach, liver or kidneys. It will onre sick headache, indigestion, con stipation, and drive malaria from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottle or the money will be refunded. Price only 110 cents per bottle. Sold by R. B. Hale & Co. A Waralag-Iea't Use Big Words. In promnlgating esoteric cogitations or articulating superficial sentimentalities and philosophical or peyshelogical obser vations, beware of platitudinous ponder osiay. Let your statements possess a clari fied conciseness, compacted comprehensi bleness, coalescent censistenocy and a concentrated cogency. Eschew all con glomerations of flatulent garrulity, jejune babblement and asinine affectations. In trying to impress upon others the superior ity of the Wisconsin Central lines. and why you and so many others use this thorough fare from St. Paul and Minneanouis and Duluth and Ashland to Milwaukee, Chicago and points east and south, it is not neces sary to use jawbreakers. Let your extem-. poraneous descantings and unpremeditated expatiations have intelligibility and vera cicus vivacity, without rhodomontade or thrasonical bombast. Sednlonaly avoid all all polysyllabic profundity. psittaceous vac ulty, ventriloquial verbosity and vandilo qoent vapidity, shun double entendres. prurient jusosity and pestiferous profanity, obscurent or apparent. In other words, talk plainly, naturally, sensibly, and truth fully say the Wisconsin Central lines is the route, and that ends it. Opportunity. Master of human destiny am I, Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps wait, Cities and fields I walk. I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late 1 knock unbidden once at every gate. If sleeping, wake; if feasting rise before I turn away. It is the hoar of state And they who follow me reach every state Mortals desire, and conquer every foe Save death; but those who doubt or hesi tate Condemned to failure, penury and woe Seek me in vain and uselessly implore; I answer net, and I return no more. Jao. J. INOiLLs. But fail ye not in this respect, Seize every opportanity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul railway. Thin is the advice of GOo. H. Hxkyiroan, General Passenger Agent, Chicago. Ill, DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. A democratic state convention will be held at Btozemran, Mont., on Thursday. June 9, 11199, for the purpose ef selecting six delegates ani six alternate delegatee to represent the democracy of Montana at the national democratie convention to to held ýn Chiongo, June 21, 1893, and to trans act such ether business as may properly come before each a body. The democratic county committees of the sev eral counties of the state are requested to call primary meetings and county conventions for the ,ur pece at selecting delegates to the state convention at as early a date ts isi practicable. The several couinties of tihe elate will he en titled to representatives as follows: Beaverhead .......... t Jefferson........ ....1I Cfacade ..............15 i seis amd Clarke.... 40 Chateau. ............ 9 Madicon .............13 Custer................ 6 Meagher..............13 Dtaweon ......... Idi Mioula.'.......1 Peer ilodge .....49 Park..........1 Fergts ......... C 6 ilver Bow........6 Gallatin . IC......1 Yellowstone......a 'lhs delecatee selected by Ith savoral reoint conventione to the elate convention at Boreman will alec be. hi' order of the state ceatral corm mtittee, the delegates to the elate couvoenion ,o numintel a slate ticket, to ha held altiGreat Falls at a date te be tereatter named by the commit t he state central committee has adopted thre following roles fer the government of the slate cni. leeaes and alternate delegetee shall be democratic residents uP the county they repre 2. tIn the absence of a delegate his allernate ehall caet Iris vote. 2. In the absence of a delegate and tie alter seutatlee. eithrb delea te or thei atterrnea such reoirt shall noat Ire entilleri to vole. hry order of the state demrrcratie central com mIttee. I. t. t'ILLINhI, Chairman. it. W. tlooLtY. Secretary. '1IT'l IICT 'l lI 111111 ist ATION. BTAT''r E . iO',' NT4N. Airir'ritt t tryttE. Itti' sNTorici.''rt I Nsonrvemr Ittin:Ni. itoylit 1002. It iv herirhy celtiliert, ithit thor h0v Ye taut irenarr o t'ii tatet air' tieotrtdorAtittad t toas ant itr- ilirciri'at t rnncitn'r r. o iieurr'nnnrr tin t taltit, tIhrt'nrtinl i it r du tya oinrtrin'. ore''t I. tirrllinir acirtifinnlnelt rsfrmbei'rer'ty ir'rl hr ii' ,ltlio. in year lorst rihove w'ciltlii. I. A. Ktt'NNIKY. cIrvi,. bNote Aeditior. iti. lit Locl, Agent. lo OPPENHEIMER & ASCH5 I1 EPOI 'I' ALND DýO1ESTIO *.*WINeS9 LIQUORS AND CIGCRS+ ý1 AM11 ILY Lm h IV I) 4 .l C) L I (11 'ED. No. 101 South Main Street. Corner of Wood Street. O On tha nItit 9 OTeIE ut )e lordertotf the Ifirstnjudicia district court, of thu county of Litwis and Clarks, istat of Mooun. madleo au th 4th ay of May, 189'2. in the mattar or the estuate of thuerisiolt . tirone, isiod, the b.. oln * tced. the aduiliulstratoro soil aloijoitratris of ena~stats, t wil rsoil atpialotsoe (1,0 thrt (i. andd eigh (18an0ateros n ((,,h titwdyof (2)e,t 140', atthe ,,o.e of Wilam MtN in 214 Power usin the cityoftwtonene, btw(en trh - hours fration l o'clok Ithuforenoon and five o'cloke its tih afternoon. stibject t1) confirnation by said diotriot cort..st, allthe right, ti~tle, Intereut snd sitatb of the said Itenoattbt w (', biroo, at the time of hie death, ald all the right, title andi in terest that the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise. acquired other thtan or tn adihi tion to that of ehu aind' Btenjamio C. Btrooke at thr time of his death, In 1nd to alt thoaw certain lots, pieec of oer tr) cis of lend situote, lyitn (od being in the sati nity of lielcuta., coirty of Lewis and Clarke aod stat of Mbontaea. and more particularly doncrilbd so follows. to. wit,: lois eighty-nine (89), nonet n (901) ninetyoee (91), nio nt -two, (2). (wl nty Itreev t(tl), in block tltve (12); looswone (1), twre (2)' foiv (5), sixe (6), andseven (7(, in block hiht y-ou)-n : (57); lot tn0 (ll), in blonk sixty-four (t4i); lot two 121. to block twent (-our (24)nlot thirty-sictt (. in block twenty-em (2li) all of whici, ota are (i0. oats in the original towneite of lb.. city' of Ilel 5nL. Also thu following iotn, and fractitonal lots situate in the Brooo e addition to the c it y of H tel ens, to-wit: V'ra-ttonsl lots one (I), thirty lilt), twenty-oline (2), tiirty-oe (o). oand th.iry-two 12). in block no hundtred aid sero nti-nid e (179" lots oen (t), two (2), twenty ('W),. twenty onle ('1) twenty-two (22), in block wier blondrel and eighty o18:); fractional lote sloven (it), twelve (12), thirteen (13), seventeen (17), sighitsen (ti8, an d nineteen (19), tn block one hundred arid lighity (ltlt:: lot.. oils (11, two ('2), three (3), tweet-seveen ('27, twentytetght (218), twenty-omin (28) thirty (r0), thirty-one (31), thirty-two (d2), in blomk onte h ruldr and eighty-one (o81);: fractionai lots four 141. five. (5). six (6), twenty four (24), twenty-five (25), twenty-aix (2t6). in block one hundred stotl eighty-otis 11811; frec tional lote thirty-one (;ti), and thirty-two (32), int blent oils hundred atid eighty-two (182); frac tional lots sevesteon (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty (3U). twenty-one (21), twenty-two (r2). twenty-tiIre,, (211). twety-fuor (24), tweiEty five (25). sand twenty-sin (26), o block one hun dred and ninety-twoi 182:: lots seventeen (17), eighteen ( o8), ninetn (lit), twenty (i2l), twenty one 11, tweneiy-te (22). tweet-tthroe (23), twePty-foer (24). twenty-five ((25). In block uni hundred and ninety-four (194; fractional poits nine (I) ten (i0, selevt (11). twelve (t2), tiir teen ( C31i: fourteeY tn. fifteen (16), sixteen (18). twenty-e A (26), twenty-sevot (2o). twenty-sight (28), twenty-nine euthirty (3. thirty-one (31), thirty two (Si2). thiry-three (:C:i), thirty-four (3S), in block one hitdred and nineiy-four 1194); fractional lot seventeen (112), iti block two line dred sad four (20l); lots one (I). two (2), three (2), four (4), twenty-nine (20). thirty (e10), thirty uen (1). and thirty-two (e), in blaok three boo dred tMCI; loute oe (1). two (2). three (3), four N). five (5). ih (6), 0:-ten (7), eight 8C), in block three hundred Sad one (:501); lota seven (7), eight (#51, nine i9), thirteoti (13), fourteen 114). fifteen 115), sixteen (16), seventeen (17)., eighteen (18). nrineto 11). twenty (20C), and twenty-one (21). in block thren hundred and two (o02): lntot sven (7), sigh: (8), nion (i), ten (10). eleven (11), twelee (12), thirteen (13), seventeen (17), and eighteen (18). it block three huidred and three ep2.1): lots one c1), tw (2), three (7), fotr (4), fie (5), six (e), seven (7), sight (0). 00e: (0), tne 110), eleven (11). twelve (12. thirteen (13). four teen (14). fifteen (15i), sixteen (016), sevenuteen (18), eighteen (18), nineteen (ISO), twenty (20). twenty-one (21). twenty-two (22), and twenty three 121), in block three hundred and thirten (:11); la to one '), two (2), nine eit), ton (10). fifteen (15). sixteen (18), and seventten (17), in blork Chiev hundred ann founrteen (14), in the Btrooke adidition to the city of Helens, Lewis and Clarke county, state of Montana. tilde in writing for any portion or parenl of said descrihed real estate wcs be received at the office of William Muth, 211 Power block, Hel eti, Montanae Tlermin and conditions of sate are as followst Olne-half of the pnrciiseo uiotney to he raid in rasts in lawful money of the U~ntevd S(tates at the time of tale, and the balasce in twelve monthe, with interest at the rate of ten per cent on de ferred paymente. or all cash a), the time of DIr chase at the optlon of the Prceasier. . O M. A.1 Mi. , 1m. M.1. PAee gIvEN. tiARAH .1. IIIOOCRE, Admtnotrators of the estate of Blentjamin O. trooke e deceased. LirulE INE SIOUX CITY I EAST. Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City, the only Corn Palace City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rookford, Illinois, a new mnanufac turing city, that has become a "world within itsielf," and Chicago. whose growth and enterprise to the wonder of the world, With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pull man Palace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chi cago, and with a close connection with the Union Pacific trains at Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R. respectfully presents its claims for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY ROUTE, For folders and further particu lars call upon local ticket agent, or address the undersigned at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Asst. General Passenger /:gent. MONIANA UNIVERSITY II. THE PROVIDER. If you will come and in- The most skeptical can spect our stock you will S B L L be convinced in a very few realize that moments that WE UNDERSELL. WE UNDERSELL. SOME SATURDAY STARTLERS. Ladies' and Gents' Furishing Goods ON DEPARTMENT. Large Line of Ladies' Sam pie Waists at ONE-HALF PRICE. Too-piece Dinner Set, this pattern, blue Men's Natural Grey Under underglaze decoration on English Semi- wear, PER SUIT, $1. Porcelain, $7.00. - - - __ Ladies' Black Hose, Herms dorf dye, 20c. Glass stoppered Vinegar or Oil Bottles, handsome design, 10 Cents. _ B~ A [A I[I Franco-American Sour, can......... 25c M. M. Tea, lb...................... 30c Glass Fruit or Berry Bowl, ten inches in Snowflake Crackers, lb............. xoc diameter, new and elegant pattern, Rolled Oats, 2-It package........... 12/c Buckwheat Flour, package.......... roe 25 Cents. Armour's Star llams and Bacon, lb... 5c Price's Sweet Oil, absolutely finest, quarts.......................... 90c Ondura Raisins, 2 lbs for............ 25c Japanned Flour Box, twenty-eight inches Billet Sardines, imported, can........ 15c high, fifteen inches in diameter, holds Figs, per lb....................... 20C Anchovies, in oil, medium bottles..... Soc one hundred pounds, L. & P. Worcestershire Sauce, pints.. Soc $1.30. Gumbo File, large bottle............ 4oc WM. WEINSTEIN & CO. TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & 0. R. R. "The North-Western Line." This a the only line making connection with It (OREA'TNOIRTHEIlN IAILWAY at St. Paul every day in the year for Chicago and the East. VIA GRFAT NORTHERIN. .leave liutiet.. . . . .:83 am tLe ve herona.. . . . 11:10 a mi Lt.ave llruti.e t l .................... ...753 p u Arrive Neinnt..... .................... 10:50 ari Arrino itrend Farks . :p Arrive 0t. Paul ............... 6:5.i a i VIA NORTHERN PACIFIC. tryve Butte.. .. .. 12:3A ptm 9:25 pmt Leave ttei na . . . 1:10 pin 10::. pn lnaev' Ihireunan ........:.:0pin 2:25 pat Arrive St. tawl ....h.... 2:15 pm in :201 pmi VIA NORTHWESTERN LINE. Leave t. Paul..... 7:53 am 5:15 pm 0:00 pm Arrive Milwaukee.. 7:5:i p im 7:25 amt 7:25 am Arrive (hicego..... 9:85 pm 8:00 act 13:20 amt "The "orth-Western Line" ie the shortest line in bith distance and time to Chicago. hor map folder of linteaddress D T. W. 't'[AlDAIE, General Passenger Agent. Rt. Paul. LHERIFF'S HALE-MARGARET F. L1EE plaintiff. vs. Mary M. Messenger. lCbarle Mese Forger. L. Whitehead and Edward Whitehead, defendants. Littler and by virtue of an order of sale and dcorie at fvcecloitibre and Pab ieveid oet of tile district uanrt of the l'irat judicial iitrictof tthe stae at 1Mtontan, in and for the county if Iewi and oClarkie, on the 11th day of May, A. 1t. 1031rd in the saboe entitled actiono. w.enia Margaret F. igee the above named platintiffl othained a i odgment and decree of toretlern and vtep against Mary li1. Mhesevnger. tliitclue Meeseneer. d. Whilehiai and Edward Whtie headl. defendants. on the 6th day of may A.. I). 189!. for the Pant of $Id3ilniJ. besides itotereea. couts and attorney feee, which scid i oeree was on the 1ith day at May. A. D. 19tof, trecrded in Jadmenit book hc. (9. at said rouirt at page -,. I am comtmanded to seil all that crtnlo lot. piher ier parcel of landil suate, lying and bemno in the county ii Lh sai sod t larks, esate of Moatana. and tived and dTeirihiet an fitl'wv, te-wi:l Lot numbtered aix Pll. ia bock nivtiharoa eighty ieni,. at tie Niirtliern 'ncit ic aidititiin to tht city ao Helena, a iunty eand state aiirao d. yf loht haig a fr:ntieoe of lifty 5our i feend a~iltit fi ea' hund rd arnd firty tile tort. a tiloi,: to.mdi ene itoeeribod uotpn tle oficiial t" tf ut lioi raid namtdit addition, tii hF is unt on tyte it, the munner piroided ay law. in tie etryi of the aovaidty tueordtcr i: the saiu ciouity 13f I esiesind Clarke'. niatogtier wiothl hl and vimi:a-t tipe tinitrats, hohi'utiiarii:t:'. aini a('yeuiittn:'iii'n itieretinto Its liiavio~;(1'ii.' tn"sy 'oioatit,'rhatuilg. 'cliii :' vitic' as ticrety gireti that en Sa'itrlay', liii 2ihi ,lay ut Otlay. A.'1i. 1:012. at I2 o'clocik iii. nt that day at y thafrani ior ull th i ciuit taiv .. lteeuia. I-i salendi Clarlhe runty. M,'uitt~a.t w i l l, iiiidluvect'et v ..i .i erlir elp anrit i',i utl'iteatr~anve Jiortrusson :tpuiuh:'vriieuurl. . 1: v. r e.v, .r si meuch i. lron' an tim:.r (i "iunder ty uandti tis 1lth lay af May. A. ItO Pit. 11. .11 P131P.titi.S!eritl. by Ilyvtta tO J:uly ri'te. kltRty uherilt. QUMMONII-I THE DISTRICT COURT OF Li the First udicial district of the state of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Dira brown, plaintiff, vs. Louis brown, de fondant. 'The state of Mlontana sends greeting to the above-named defoodant: Yon are her-by required to appear in an action brought againet yon by the sbhoe-eamned pelia litt in the district court of thle Firot joioa district or the state of Montane, in and for it. county of Lewos and Clarke, and ti answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days carlu aive of the day of service) after the wrvi ce on yon of thioocmusonr. if served within this rounty; ti. if served out of this county, but, within lts dinirirt, within twenty days; therwie wttlrua forty doay, or joilement liy neto-tit will hee taken ajaittst you, according to the prayer of said coom tIe said action is brought to obtain is judg ment and decree of said court dissolving the bonds ot toatrite-ony heretofore and now 01-iet ing between plaintift and yourself. upon Ith greund t- at you did, on May 24, 1t9ti, wilfully and withont cause and without the plaintiui' consent, desert and asandon the said plaintiff and lise separate and apart from her, and that you have continuedi ao to do --without canse or sea son and against plaintitle still sod without her con'ent, and for general relief, all as mntre tollth appears front toe complaint on tile herein to whitirh reference is hert by tad. And yiii arst hereby notihel that if toe fail to aapper end aewer the said complaint, as above aus itird. the said plaintiil will appily to the court for its reiitf demsadeditn the complaintrt. ft isa tinder emi hand atd the coiltot thtedistrict court of the First. judicial dirtiicttof the statesf Montana. in and for the county of lewisitand Clarke, this id day of May, in the year of our Lord one thonsaed eight hundred and ninety two. I SeALt I kittHN BEAN, Clerk, iey it. R. lttuesat- eent. Deputti, i uk. F. N. A S. II. hlulurtttrE, Iltaintitl o Attorneys. 8IERIFF'S SALF-BY VIRTUE OF AN FXE cititninti moey htanss, ixesttt tilt itf the tis trict cuet r f the m lirst Ji dicial district of the sta e of Montana, in and for the county ht lewis sitd ( larke. in thuenit of Imrate \ ilson against Ilevid Kit ii, duly alttiettti the 2Iot dat of Aprtil. A. D~. Inti.. I lavs levied upon all the right ti lie and interert of the said ianvid Kiiryi in aid to the following deserilid property, situated in I owai t nd C larhk coiiuty. Montana. vizs nut ittouiti riest halt tie intirnet in tit Monte hrio ir minin lisaei, tor ted ins loos Mile. titn irgtruaireti, tmingu uisirtict, Inowis aitu flasha etttty. ?toisttoa, shnt ens-half title sou th it the- if Clarkltontattdisiiet rotm lasbvrcrelk. 'tihio tlocationilo hellO feot long hy tiltd feet whid. a~ts nits liotietrits sari tiitincit minarked po~on totiatroth toi it post utas-kitu soiuthisst ' t tr;" t-iete 1,5tt feet wi-stirly to a ptot marked 3 sioutlmo r ,risesr:' thence btiul feet north to a -att n a:ked 1 notrthwest corner." Ithnce ltutt teu- tt-t ,. a goat marktiel "5 northeast corner." ltrice itsh feet situuntthoa pest nartketd "I eoat u0 -ticuiti."A iottti of oualt o itt raidtristi is :nut or, dIebtook aittlawes, pagleid, itf the n-tirei at ,nis and Colarki ctianty, ioten Nolil'S is lerchty eisstn thanat nt hinesita the (le 11 day ii n y. A 1. I. Stl., at tile tile fit 1 otthin. iof saiti daa tluait terint ilesttt tit dstl t ittititi, iti ii. tit uity itt lleta u~-1ttYoiil ts.ietststtsct id, Iwilit vtill all) lie rlught. itl, sitd initereet of the oaid 'atid Iit rt,t ut siti it lie -.tild alttiotd~est~eilit'tl uti cc., lio tie higtleitn bldth heruic,-el in listd. (tsirtiiu ntuitiiuy hand thit. (lie iii day of I, . litino,,. Utider islirilt. PROFESSTONAL CARDS. BRUTCHER & GARLAND. (T. F. Cratcher, I. C. Garland) Attorneys at Law. Rooms 7 and 8, Bailey Block. Minlntc. corporation and real estate law epeelal. es. Will practice in all the etate courts, in the initad tIltaltesnup1reme court and before all the opartmet.to in Wa~lhincton city, in connectioni 'itit Hon. A. H. (tarl-ndt. lat~r attorney goaeraL. SHBUURN K. BARBlOUll. Attorney and t'ounnellor at Law. Masonic Temple. Helena, Mont. ,ASSENA BULLARD, Attorney and Conneelior at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the state. Office in (mould Block, Helena, Mont. IlZER & KEFRL, Civil and Mining Engineers. U. S. Deputy Mineralhorveyors. Mineralpat. nte secured. Rooms 12-13, Atlas Building, lclena, Montana. I". M. ROCKt AN, 'Ihysician, Surgeon. Acconcher. Oculist, Aurist. Member of San Francisco Medical Society, tso Nevada State Mndical Society. Office on dain street, over Ntoinuetr Jewelry Store. R. D. L CARMICHAEL Diseases of Women and Children Bpeolal Attention. Helena, Montana. l". W. hr. BULLARD. Oilice: First National Bank nuilding. 'oslephone No. 1t1. DR C. K. COL - Office: First National Bank Building. Telephone No. 168 "Henry's Specifics" MME RENOWNED ENGLISHl REMEDY INFALLIBLE CURE FOB NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS Nt melter from what caune. Contalns no mnla. erams fries 1i, Whsolesale and retail druggists statl thle lbsitoandi. Dtpositoret y f..r the United States and Canada Ist a~t 'It, itt ictt street. New York. The triet tie can be aent by mail sealed oan e seipt of moaoe.