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ROYAL GOLDEN WEDOiNG,
R.oointle Career of C.'.tln l% d: Denmark and His Venera. bl, Conatl. Neither Dreamt of Attaining Roy alty When They Were Mar ried, Long Ago. 14ow They lit on Thrones and Their Chil drea Do Likewise- A King With out Vices. CoryNuAnirN, May 25.-[frpecial.1-Ohris tlan IX.,, of Denmark, and his venerable consort ocooupy n altogqther unique poal. tion in the contemporary history of the old world. The sovereigns of pne of the small est and poorest of all European states, the influence whleh they have both exercised upon the couose of events has been of an importanee altogether out of proportion to the size of their minature kingdom. The influence in question has partaken not alone of a political, but also of a domestic character. They have furnishod by their own lives a beautiful and attractive illus tration of the unalloyed blessings of dorues tio happiness and family life unclouded by any breath of send.l. And through their sons and daughters, grandohildren, nephews, nieces and cousins who are to be found either mated on the various thrones of the old world, or else occupying seate on the highest steps thereof, this old Darby and Joan of royalty may be said to have OHRIsTIAN IX., KIN OF .DENMARK. influeneed beneficially by their example not alone their own surroudings and sub jects, but also people of every class of sooiety in every civilized oeuntry in Europe. It is for this reason, above all others, that the golden wedding of the king and queen of Denmark is being celebrated just now in Europe as an event of international importance. The rejoicing and festivities are by no means confined to the Danes, but extend to Russia, to Great Britain, to Ger many, Austria, Roumania, Italy, Spain and Portugal. Even republican France, between whom and Denmark a warm sentl ment of friendship has always existed, has sent its fleet to Copenhagen to salute the king and queen on the morning of the fifti eth anniversary of their wedding day. Amid all thes tokens of good will and popularity, both from home and abroad, is is probable that Christian IX. and Queen Louise may allow their thoughts to carry them back for a brief period to the heavy trials of their earhlest years of wedded life, and the manifestations of national and international hostility amid which they ascended their throne in 1863. Their his tory indeed has been a strange one-one that reads almost like a romance. At the time of their marriage neither of them ever dreamt of the possibility of attaining soy ereign rank. Christian was one of the most poverty-stricken of the petty princes of Germany. He was merely a prince of Glucksburg, and did not even possess the right of being styled "royal highness." His wife was equally poor, and being the daughter of the landgrave of Hesse Cassel was likewise debarred from the attributes of royalty. During the first ten years of their marriage they resided in the castle of Rumpenheim, a huge barrack like building in the Rhenuish provinces /I / Tim XrESSII~ OiF IIUSSIA~ PUINULSS OF WAX Eq. DUIXE~nrR$ OF COIMB BLAND. where the various branches of the Hesse family, who nre too poor to pay house rent elsewhere, are able to find at any rate free quarters, It was there that the four eldest children of Christian and his wife were born, and their childhood was passed in the greatest penury. In 1852 an International congress, held in London, by the gre it powers, to consider the question of the suec cession to the throne of Denmark-old King Frederick VII., who was reigning then, being childless and without any near relatives-unexpectedly nominated Chris tian as heir to the crown. The choice was due to diplomatic intrigue and to personal aversion to the duke of Augustenbnrg rather than to any question of strict legal right. For the claims of the duke to the succession had until then been regarded as so strong and so positive that the possibil ity of the choice of the powers falling upon Chlistian had not even been thought of by the outside world. It was only with the utmost diflloulty that the )ranish people could be induced to ratify the nomination of the London con gress, and when Christian, with his wife and children, migrated from IRumpenhbei in Germany to Copenhagen he was reeived with the most unmistakable coldness by his future subjects. Nor did he tindany msore friendly sentiments at court. -Por it was not until several years later that King Frederick finally became ,well disposed enough toward him to confid6 to hism the commandership of the Danish avalry. iHe went by the name of "the German," which was regarded as a term of ob!oqay, and was so poor tihat hit daughters were foreed from motives of economy to make aU. their own wearing apparel. Toward the clons of King Frederick'a reign they were assisted and direeted in this branch of feminine art by the king's morganatic wife, who previous to her marriage had been one of the most skillful of Parlsian modiste. It is to her that the p lnce. of Wales and the esarina re tndsbtd bor ther remarblke lute in In l the old king died, when on the ooe>!lg a deorca it.0rpqratlng the . . . iswi n slbe Jltdor' of Den tirk, 1Ymuh as e hratllr was aware bat the One of this derere' u equivalent to a deolaration of war with the federal yoWers of Qermany, I inludinl Austria and Prusilal odolee three diyu before con intlIi4 to E: bi ie llstnre thereto, QUEEN OF DENMARK. and only yielded at last when called upon to tace the alternative of revolution and devosition. When proclaimed king from the balcony of the Cariatinnsborg as Copenhagen by the grand marshal of the court, the Im mense crowd of people assembled in the equalre hlow hailed him nut with the cuato mary shouts of "Leoa live the king," but with howlsof "Down with the king." On his return after the ceremony of proclama tion to the Amalienaborg palase, where he was residing, his carriage was assailed by the mob with hisses and threats. One ruffian spat full in the face of the new king's daughter, Prinoes. Dag mar, now empress of Reasia, while Queen Louise herself had her cheek seo verely cat by a stone hurled at her head. Moreover, all the windows of the palace of Amalienebora were smashed. Only when it was made known that be had signed the Schleswig decree did the popular commo tion subside, and all eneraies were devoted to making preparations for the war with Prussia and Austria. which broke out al moat immediately. Of course, it ended as King Christian had foreseen, by Denmark's being vanquished and deprived of at least two-fifths of its territory which was an nexed by the conquerors. Such were the events which signalized the early married life and accession to the throne of King Christian, and the most ominous piedictiohn were made at the time with regard to bis reign and to his future career. All these have fortunately failed to be realized, and it is impossible to conceive a more prosperous and hap pier eventide of life than that which - / " ,r GEORGoE .. EINO OF GREECE. King Christian and Queen Louise are now enjoying. They are universally beloved and respected both at home and abroad, and it is a matter of public notoriety that their counsels and their advice are the only ones which carry weight with the emperor of Germany and the czar of Russia. All his children are well provided for. One of his daughters has married the prince of Wales, and will on the death of her mother in-law become queen of Great Britain and empress or lnuia; another one of the girls is married to the czar of IRussia, while the third and youngest is the wife of the duke of Cumberland, the de jure soveruign of the duohy of JBrunswick, and famed as the wealthiest prince in Christendom. Of the sons, the eldest is wedded to the enornmosely rich Princess Lonise of Sweden: the second is king ef Greece, while the third is the husband of one of the heiresses of the royal French house of Orleans. This care which he has taken to provide so well for his children lihas earned for him among his subjects the nickname of the "beat father in Denmark." Of all men, King Christian IX., of Den. mark, is the most unaffected and easy of aecess. and when one has been presented to his majesty it is more than likely that on the followinmgday one of the two huge dogs which ever accompany him on his diurnal and pedestrian rambles through Copen hagen will run up against you, and that you will hear a cheery, but rather gutteral voice wishing you "good morning," and in forming you that you are to be invited to dinner at the palace in a day or two. The Danes reo very democratic, and nobody thinks of bowing to the king in the street. as is eustomary in all other monarchial countries, and he lounges about his capital without attracting any attention save a friendly nod. Christian IX. has no vices; he neither Rgambles nor drinks. His only two weak nesues are a fondness for the drama and a rassion for horses. And it is an view of tlw atter that the golden wedding lift of tre czarina to her father coneists or a team of sia white pure-bred horses of malthless beauty and'price. The absence of ell vice and the patrlarehal purity not only of tie kintg, but also of his eldest son, the erown prince, is a sonroe of perpetual astonish ment to the worthy Danes, who are noted as a nation for a very lively appreolasioe of I the charms of the fair se. The moat sarese a able chapter of bhe king's life-quite apart from all domestic matters-was his ma r jeaty's visit to Iceland in 1878 and be II a never tired of relating every inodeut of the rney and of remin ttdina h hearers thai e it al the Arst time in 1,00 jyears that the :t elanders had set ors on their sovereign. lI The dominant nots in his character may d be said to Consist in hie sll-absorbing love - for' his children, and he gives expressiom r, thereto in all his publio speeches whih, - musk to ite good-astured nmouement o1 his subjects, he Invariably concludes with the obrase, "Many kind complimente to you from my ohlldren," Queen Louise has the reputation of belng inanitely more slaver as far as polities anti statecraft are onooersed than her husband, No matter whether this superiority exists or not the feeact remaine that she ls a very remarkable old lady of great force of char acter who exeroises an immense aflunenoe over her huge son-in-law, the autocrat of all the hulssies, Although stone deaf, she is pas sionately fond of music, which is her greal bobby, and nothing delights her more than to play a double duet with her three dauuhters, she and the prineess of Wales ai one piano end the czarina and the duchess of CUmberland at the other, The one little cross of her present life is to be found is the harmless eccentricities, the bresehes of etiquette and the financial extravanasoe of her daughter-in-law the otown princess, who, being considerable over six foot high, is famed as the tallest princess in Christen. dom. Apart from these little trecassaries whiob furnish her majesty with an unfalling theme of conversation, the old lady's life it altogether unclouded, and both she and her husband are as happy and cheery and affectionate an old conule as it is possible to find anywhere, either in palace or cot tage. Iucblen's Arnale Salve. The best salve in the world for outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevoi sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively a cures piles, or so pay required. It is guanr d anteed to Rive perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box I For sale by It. S. Hale & Co. A Warming--Don't Use Big Words. In promulgating esoteric cogitations of ,t articulating superfielal sentimentalities a and philosophical or psycbelogisal obser vations, beware of ulatitudinous ponder a osity. Let your statements possess a clari Sfled conciseness, compacted comprehensi a bleness, coaleseent consistency and a concentrated cogency. 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For this reason as suell as for the fact of tihe stimulating qualities of thie &ypo plosphites, PIhyscians resIently pre scribe it in eases of CONSUMPTION, SCRtOiF.LA, BRONOHITIS and CIHRONIC COUGt or BYEVICRR COLD. All Driru;ists sell it, but be sure you pet the genuuinl, as therm are poor imitations. SUMMONS--IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarks. Annie M. Merritt, plaintiff, vs. Madeline E. Ballard, defendant. The state of Montmna sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by thhabove nm net plain tilt in thediatrioi court of the hirst judicial die triet of the state of tlontana, in and for the county of Lewis and t'lare, and to answer the complamt filed therein, within ton daye (exeoluive of the'dany of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this eouant or, if sered out of this county, but within thisdistrit,wltwitn twenty day'r ot herwire within forty days, or judgment by default will e taken aainst you. accordiing to the prayer of The raid action is bronuht to quiet the title of plaintitf to that certain lot of landI, sit:uat. ly intn nd beinginthe city of Ilelet, s eunoty ol Lewit ansi Clarke, state ,if Montasa, to-wit: Lot fiftoen (1i), in block throo 19t of the original townsite of Helens; to iobtatn a decree tf his court romovioug thie rlond from pltintit's title tosaidlaud; adjudging andi declaring that the defendant has no interest or estat- whatever in said land, and that one ceurtain deed to, loftend ant is niulland void se against pilaintifts tie'o tirrsto: and that the title In fee oiopli to said land is iin the plsintit. said plaintiff having been in the aoettal undisturbed poIssosion of sail land for sixteen yerarellset past, andl havn held ,oseOsion during said time adverstily to de fendant: and for saoh forth-r relier ns may be lust and qnitable: all of which appears morne tully in the complaint on tile herein to which tmeeiat refserince is hereby mtdr. And you re horeby notified tiat if you fail to slorctar aud answer the said :oniinilainai. s above roequired. the mid plaintiff will apply to, te conrt for titi re.i iel~rndejitti ill tihe coiiplairit Given uOltter my hand and the seai of the dis trit court of the Liret j.tdiial distriot of thI elate of Montana. In aid for the countr of Lnwis - - and larko, this I:th day of (Feal) May. iti tile raer of our Lord. D)ietrict one thoaund eight hundred Ild (toert) ninety-two. ---~---- JOHN tbtAN. (Clart. IHy II. ii Ttl PSuono , ttlenlty C'lerk. E. L. KNowLEs, Attorney for plaintilt. OPPENHEIMER & ASCH, IM~PO.TED AŽT.D fDOMESTIC 'W"WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS+ .1'A.MILLY TRiADE SOLICOJTJD. No. 101 South Main Street. Corner of Wood St O 7UO FS OF LI-WNOTIC(E II HERfEBD v t. I ptt..U.e of an order of thol.ro la 0i 0 lt "ort. of t.hu county o Iwla nd e ato q Montana, niule on . the 1thd d o A,y. In Ibk matter of the tote u f nmIn (?. rooks, daeod, the nn d, the d (mptnttort and lmlaisetrltrix of . i stat, will se i atprlvta le to the dlhhest nM r, eln Rk e r the first day of June. I19', n the u e Wll nth, NolHE. 2ilewer k, the ot Hena. btweHt t nhe ors n tif o'clock i'a toa oreoon gul live o'clock' fIn the afternoeon, b.jst to t onfirmation by sadL i, distr.Ict ourt, all the right, title, Interest and Fetto a the cIS ON , tlroe, at th Stimae of bhI death,Md dll the rirht, title and In h ermet that ithe esla estate has, b otleratlo ,o tan atotoo thesid HenJamle C. Brooke at Sthe time of hI deatlh, in ad to, all those eertain lot, PIeMes of or pareels of land sItuate, lyInI oand beln In the sald city of Helena. oOunty Oe Lwls anId larke and state of Montana. Rni more partlulacrlr deavrlbed as follows, to-wit: SI.olta elighty-nlne (89), nInety (90), nlnetyone (9l), nInety-two (91). and ninety-three (t4), in o block twelve (12); lots one (i), two ()'i lve (5), ~Ix, (6), and seven (7). In block fftty-eeeu (i7); It tek (i0) In bl k slixty-four ( lot two (2), ein blotk t rwets-f(r (14), let thirty-hit (0), in block twenty-lix (26); all of which lets are sl uate In the origlnal towellta of the cit of lIlel e ams. Also the foil)win lote aid fractional lots ,t sltuale in the Brooks additIon to the city of Hlot. s ena, to-wit: Yractlonal lota eie (I), thirty (80), twenty-nine (2'), thirty-one (l1). and thirtyl-two (82), in block one lhundred and seventt-ulno n (178:) lots one e (I), two (). twenty (20), twenty I tewll, t oe (two22). in blhck one hundrel U and eighty (18); fractional Iota eleven (it), twelvoe (12), tlhirteen (18), seventeen (17), eilghteen (18t, andI neteen (19), in block one hundred land eihty 80); Iota eno Il), two (t), three (,). t went-seven (27) twenty'eight (21). twenty-noie (29) thirty (I0), thlrty-out, (9u. thirty-two 442). h bi lock one hundred and eighty-one (181); fractional lots fear (4), five (5), six (i), tweut - four (1), twety-ve 25), twenty-six (20), in Sblock one hundred cna eighty-one (181); frac tional lota thirty-one (81), and thIrty-two (12), in block one Ihundred and eglhty-two (162); fra Stional late seventeM (17), eilgteen (18), nneteen (19), twenty (.0), twenty-one (21), twenty-two (02), twenty-thrbe (2L). twenty-four (21), twenty five (26). and tweaty-sex (r26), In oluck one hun dred an;d ninety-two (192); Iota .sventeen (1l). eighteen (18), nineteen (19). twen" (20), twenty oO (21),A twenty-two (22), o td. three (203), twenty-four (24), twenty-five (1), in block one Shundred and nlnety-foor (194); tractional I-ts I, ni (), ten (10. eleven (I). twelve (Il. thir teen (1f). fonrteee (14), fiften (I): sixteen O(1). twnwety-x (), twenty-seven (2). twentyeight (28). twenty-nine (29). thirty (t1). thirty-one (`31, Sthirty two (:12), tlirty-three (:2). thirty-four (84), . in block one hundr ed and ninety-four (191); fractional lot esventeen (17, in bloek twoe hun dred andfonr (204); lots one (i), two (2), thrro (3), four (4), twenty-nine ('9). thirty (e0), thirty one (.1), end thirty-two (1)., in block thiee hun :r ded (0)lota o.u (1). two (2). three () four (4). five (to. six (), seven (7) eight (8), In Mock three hundred and ine (301); lots seven (7), efght (8( nine (0), thirteen (1), foorteen (14), fifteen (15). sixteen (1t). seventeen (17). eighteen (18), nineten (19). twenty (20). and twenty-one (2t,. in block three hendred and two (202); lots seven (7), eight (8), nine (9). ten (10). eleven (11) twelve (1). thirteen (13). seventeen (17), and eighteen (18). in block three hundred and three S(03); lots one (1), two (2), three (3). four (), fie (5), six ((., seven (7), eight (8), nine (9). ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12, thirteen (18). four teen (14i). fifteen (15), sixteen (18), seventeen (18), eilhtaen (18). nineteen (19), twenty (20). twenty-ens (21), twenty-two (22), and twenty three (28), ia block three hundred and thirteen S(818); lots on, (1), two (2), nine (9). ten (10). fifteen (15), sixateen (15). and seventeen (1I), in block three hundre and fouenrteen (31), in the rooke addition to the city of Helena, L.ewis and Clark counMty, state of Montane. tilde in writing for any portion or parcel of tsid described real estate will be received at the I oice of William Moth, 211 Power block, Mel ena, Montana. Terms and oenditions Of sale are as follows: One-half of the purchase money to be paid in cash in lawfl money of the United States at the time of sale, and the balance in twelve months. with interest at the rate of ten per cenat on do ferred payments. or all cah at the time of pur chase at the option of the prchaoer. H. M. PARCHEN. SARAH J. BROOKE, Admlnistrtors of the estato of Benjamin . Brooke, deceased. fPAQEFIO R.R. THE GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTS, Pla.es through Wlnoansln. Milnneseota, North Do keta. Manitoba, Montan, Idaho. Oregon THE DINING CA B. LInE. Dining Cars are ran between Chioageo. St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg. Heleaa. outto, 'racome Beaftto and Portland. PULLMX SLEEPING CAR ROUTE. Pollnma service daily between Chicago, St. Paul, Montana, and the Pacifio lorthwest and between .t. Paul. Minneapolis and Mine. macoto. North Dakota and Maniteoa points. THE POPULAR. LINE, Daily ExpreMes Trains carry elegant Pnullman Sleeping Cars, Di)ninlg Cars, Day Coaches, .'nl!. man l'ourist Sleepers sad Iree Colonist Sleeps YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE The Northern Pacific It R. L is the rail line to Yellowstone Park; the Ipopular line to Califor. nia and Alaseka; and its trains npas tl.eogh the grndeest scenery of seven steate. THROUGH TICKETS. Are sld at all coupon offices of the Northern Pacifie Railroad to points North, esat. Sonth cad West. in the United States and Canada. TIME SCHEDULE. TRAINR AntRIv AT HELENA. No. , Pacifico Mail. west bound ........ 1:5 p. mn No.2. Atlantio matl. out bound .-.....10:20 p. in No, b, Logan awd Helena Dpaeoungor, connecting at Logan with train No. 3. Pacifio express westbound........ 2:10 a. in. No. 6, Garrison land lielena peeeenger. connerting at EGarrison with train No. I. Atlantic exorea raetbound..12:2. p. m. No. 8, Marysville passenger.............11:20 a. in No. 10. Marysville accommodation..... 6:ti p. in No. I, Wickes, Roulder and Etlkhorn pasener............................_ 5:4p.m No. 102, Rimini mixed. Mondays. WYed needaya and Fridayo. ................ 5:00 p. m rNiaes nxeAn'r FUOM UELEN. No, 1, 2'seile Mail. went rouund........ 1:0 p. m No. 2, Atahntic Mall. euat bound........20:25 p in Na. 0. JItiena andt l'ogan teeeneter, conunectintg at Logn· with train No. 4. Atlantic exure's eastbonad... 1:10 pn m No. 1. Heete7a aoud Garrisen passenger, connecting at Garrison with train No. 1, Paeific express wcetbound ... 0:15 a. m No. 7M arlystile passenger .......... 7:41 n. m No. 9, Marysville ancommodation ......2 :00 p. n No, 10, Wiekte, Iloulder and Elkhorn Passenr.. ...... .... 2 :5a. m No. 101, Iimini mixed, Mondaye, Wed nredays and Fridays ................. 8:15- in For Rates, Maps, Time Tabloe or Seotlltl Inlormatlon apply to Chas. S. Peo, Qe.oeeral Pslseegor and Ticket Ageat, t. Paul. iLn,., or General Agent of the Northern Ploalio H. It, at v partment. Noticeio hereby Kiien thit tl.e city of itelrna isdesirous of leorohavoc for ttnnO on (love cart two horses,. not youinger than Irt ynarenor older than itsv-en. net lees th(au rite-ao and one-half hands hide, nor to woighlcos than 1.251) pounds when in good runniig conldilioil. 'I hy Iotust be (bhnron-gely sount, of goioi action, welt bred and uf goodi speed. Owner.. f Iloerses haviunr the above etduieremonta deiriut, to valI them are invited to exhiitiLt said horses at the cIty hall. to the ftril neeta)l and lion. T. P. Ontler. rhairnoaei ,f ties eorolittoe on lire dtepartaeent, durilng the buoi ness hours of the dcv. ('. I'. d'KlNNON, lire Marshel. Dated Helenc May 13, 189... Thle Mltual lenefit utual Life Insll OF NE WATRK, N. J. Do you want an Estimate, or do you want a guarantee? Do you want Contingent Protection, or do you want Absolute Protection? Do you want Partiality, or do you want Justice and Fairncss? 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'..2 ;l 6,110 8,410 12 3,479 20 1,740 23 313 7 010 9,210 13 3,858 80 1,:030 2 7 7,62) 10,100 1 1 4,25, 40 21:30 |24 85 8,230 10,950 15 4 (;;: 90 2,:10 I r ire I 0,OO0 18,240 The last colum is not endorsed on policy, but shows full amount "paid-up" insurance .l case of lapse on basis of present dividends, which increase is forfeited under tontine insure', ance. The "cash values" will also be increased by the value of "additions." Bear in mind the many contingencies that might force you to lapse a policy and provide a the loss of your insurance, or surplus, BY TAKING A POLICY THAT PROTECT'rS against misfortune, and enables you to regulate it according to your circumstances. Other companies give you but one option (?) in case of lapse; i. e.,"paid-up" insurance with lege of reinstatement only within sixty days, and no protection should death occur before reI ment; while the Mutual Benetit allows reinstatement within three years, at old rate, and protection full face of policy during this period. Assets Jan. I, 1892........... .$ 48,930,278.05 Premiums received in 1891.... $ 6;44x.oo Liabilities, four per cent standard 45,384,792.00 Dividends paid .............. Per cent dividend paid........ Surplus ............. ...$ 3,545,486.05 Insurance in force Jan. I, r892.$ i83,1Zi M. K. BRUNDAGE, STATE AGE HIELlENA, MI ONT. EW SIOUX CITY ROUTE 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; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac. turing city, that has become a "world within itself," and Chicago. whose growth and enterprise is 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. Aast. General Passenger Agent. A K. PRESCOTf, - Dealer la MAJBLiE Sr GRANITE MONUMENTS Headstones. "k H,..l - -- Mg STUDY LAW AT HOME. TAKE A C(oQaE IN Tsm Sprague Correspondenoe le.oIl of Law. (lacorporated.) oead ten cents tstampe) for particularm to J. Ootner, Jr., Sec'y. io. ss Whitmor alootk. Detrolt. Mchb. SUMMONS-IN I HE DISTRICT COURT OF Sthe Firat jndicia district of tie s'ate of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Dora BIrown, plaintif. vs. Louis brown. de fendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above-named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an actionr brought against you by the above-named plain til in the dobtrlict court of the First ludicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the com.taint filed thercin,. within ten days (exolu cive of the day of servicel after the earvice on yon of thissrmmon.s, i f vervedwithin thiis county; or,. if ierved out of this county, buit within this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days, or judgment by toefalt will he taken a foaityou, according to the prayer of said com 'I he said ation is brought to obtain a judg tnent ad decree of sa d court dissolving the bonds of matrilony heretofore and now exist ing between tlaintiff and ooreo0f. upon tile around t at you did. on Moay "4, 1810, wil.olly cad withour caeos and withoutf thfe tlintif'e consent. dosert and auandon the said plaintiff and lire separat* asd apart from her, and that you lave continued so to go-without aiuse or rean son and against plaintitff's will and witthout her consent and for general relief, all as more fully .ppeare from the complaint on file herein to which reference is hearely had. And yon are hereby notife.l that if yon fail to spp'ar and answer the said complaint, as above iquired. the said plaintitt wi!l apl y t the court for the relief demanded in the complaint, tiiven under my havttand the ronlof tliulistrict court of tile First judicial distirict of the nata ,if Mintana. in and for the conuty of t ewi anci 'larke, this td day of Nay,. in the tear of tor Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety two. laeAt. I JOH'i BEAN. Clerk. 'y H. R. T'oxrPson Deputy ('i :k. F. N & t. MI. MINTIRLE Plaintiff' Attorneys. "Henry's Specifics" THE RENOWNED ENGLISH REMEDY INIFALLIBL CURE 10OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS No matie from what canse. Contains no mil. erasle. Price S1. Wholesale and retail dmruggiat soeply the demand. Depository for the United States and Canada 3 b.tet Thirtieth street,. New York. The pectfio can be seat by mail sealed oa e. selgt of meaOs. Room Ne. I, Power Bleek. Postofflce Box Il s HELENA. MONTANA. PROFESSIONAL CAgrM, (LT. Crteher._0 G C. l Atterneys at L.w Rema 7 sad K la. i er Ms. Mint.. orporaton and .reettefstats FVANS A. CARLETON,., Attorney and Counsellor at law. Masonic T-'ple. Doea e N st AHBURN K. BARLBOU,. Attorney and Con.nellor t l 'w. " Masonic Temple. Hel, Heloset MASSENA BULLARD, Attormey and Cnaellor at n.. , Will practice in all courts ot't, f ni istate. Office in (ould Block, o elea S1ZER & KEEBL Civil and Mining . ahlnter.B , U. S. Deputy Mineral ryors. ants secured. Rooms 12-1., Atul Hlelena, Montana. p M. ROUKMAN, - l'Physioian. Bursen. Accenohen , Osp1, Member of aten Franlee telg also Nevada State Medical Sesj Main street, ever ISteinmeta DR. D. Ic CAnORMICHAa Diseases of Women and ht4t'a. Attentlo n. Helena, Montea.. RW. 3. BULLA D. Ottice: First National ank 1 ? Telephone No. 181. ' IL C. K. COLs. Ofce: First National ansi Telephone No, is Noicr Tc RIDITOB .... - Not is hereby given by i ministrator oe the estate o ducea+sd, to the eredltors haviung laim against the hibt themn with the aecey toar .outh. attr lithe eet noelce, to tihe ald aIlg I'War valley, nounty et Lw Montasa. the same betns th action of the buelne. of cout.y of Lewis and Clarks Administrator oft the estateLof . deroased. Dated April 23, 1892.