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~t everaesse in always a very great ry prince of the royal xtMi the date of his 8 ion iao the German army, of various royal and which have until then ra him. Thus previous to ,o se one is permitted to repa6 1 Or "imperial high sisy spoken to as "Prinae dlpie Frederick," without as prdicate. On his tenth be ihe rnulian prine receives vi the insignia of the various s of phtialry, including those 5 lesof the Bed Eagle, and ) Boneaollorni. He is awarded E Sfor the fir time, the preoe- h tcb his birth entitles him, and fr this day forth with the ds s ad governesses. who to g eia pqzelusively maaoahue at "'" egfort( t the young erown sa f h ay will be omancipated an etptml of Miss Atkinson, the En- kil l ; tha has hbon in charge of the th .hildren during the past four a goraesnL lee oilne ,ad that nearly every Euro- m asroh, either in esu or in posse, is is to English nurses and gover- De fothe drst radiments of education, agi i:the earliest mental training, says on t in the New York Tribune. Thus er I_ queen of Holland has an English T ta, Miss Winter; an Irish lady, hi aame eseapes my memory for the he t, 18 is charge as governess of little We Aifonso, of Spain. It was but the tel day that the zear and his no XI walked bareheaded behind the wehih bore the corpse of their ti l.iglish nurse to the grave. The tai t khedive of Egypt was under the H. of Engllsh nurses and governuesses his enth year, and so, too, was the oR prineo of Italy, who speaks English B avea lass foreign assent than some of al British prinees themselveS. The t emperor of Germany, the king of urn, the king of Sweden and his sons the king of Portugal owe each one of their knowledge of the English lan to the British nurses and governesses ist ditrectd the course of their mind of their intelleet during their child Some day or other I shall endeavor w.erate and portray this band of Eng bursat and governesses who by the aflnences which they have exeicised the character of the rulers of the earth e said to have played an important the history of the world. German crown prince's inde thouehold as now constituted after tin of the feminine element con- I fa cmilitary governor of the name of Salkenhayn, a civilian governor in sea of a young Lutheran divine e Kessler, a Gorman tutor named nsr, a Swiss tutor named Girardin GOeneva, and a French teacher named ,sternaux. His drill instructor is Sergt. tj, Finch, of the First RIegiment of Foot Ards. while his riding master is Cavaly t t. Hallmiek. o little prince does special credit to the aehigs of the cavalry captain and of the utry sergeant major. lie rides like a lits entaur. is absolutely fearless in the dle, and handles his spirited pony with onuhing skill and judgment. He is eualy quiok in his drill, as all those who C itossed his march past on his birthday ' de of the First regiment of guards had d eopportunity to ,ealize. It must have e an amnsing sight to watch the littleu llow striding along at the rear of the first Icompany of his regiment. For the entire d, porpa is famed for the enormous stature of d its men, while the irst company, or Lieb CI ,,ompagnie, is composed of all the tallest soldiers of the regiment. Thev are perfect V gi.ats, and their size is still further in- v 1reaesed by the huge metal sugar-loaf hoel sets of the time of Frederick the Great W yhich they invariably wear on state occa lions. The commander of the first com pany, in which for over a century } Ipat every Prussian prince has made his Smilitary debut, is half a head higher than I any man in the regiment, and is the Anah of the German army. His name is Majo ton Pluskow, and the sight of the )ittle 10- t year-old lieutenant besideo him on paradse tmast have been exesedingly droll. The ceremony of presentation of the Srown prince to the regiment seems to have taken place with the old time traditional ;. tiquete. Notwithstandis~ the bad Sweather it constituted a splendid military ,Lpeotarcl. At noon the emperor, accom "panied by the princes of his family and the ni.hst military, dignitaries of the empire. a entered the square which had been formed by the regiment in the Lustgartan at Pols- a am. At the right of the emperor strode the new grand duke of Heslse, at his left the little crown prince. As soon as the I monarch had concluded the address to the I trgiment aulstomary on such occasions the i littleo crown prince drew his sword, ad v.ancedd a few steps,. and after saluting re ported himself to the commander of the irt company, Msj. von P'luskow, and then took his plaee at the extreme right of the line. Then same the march past, the attention and interest of all present being of course centered on the little fellow, Is appears that he found great difficulty to Hop in step with the giant strides of his grenadiers. Bometimes he ran, sometimes he jumped, but in one way or another he never seemed to get out of step. tie seems to have boe himself admirably and to have cuat a gallant little figure, especially when, like every other oflicer of the regi sent, he saluted with his sword his mm perial mother, who, with the princess, had taken up her position at the windows of the astle that looked on to the lulstgarten. Tbhe see Iivs sells mor. baby carriages than any other houe in the state, Inause thecir pricee r rock-bottoe, Hol For the Natlonal Couventionsi On asecountof the national republican onrvention at Minneapolis and the na ional democratio convention at Chicago, the Northern Pacific railroad will make a rate of one fare for the round trip. For the Srepublican convention tickets will be on Ile May i31 to Junne 4 inclusive, limited to Sontinuous passage in each direction, with - hal limit of June "5. For further particu u call at the Northern Pacific city tiket omen. A. D. Ernan, General Agent. A Waralrg-Don't Use Big1 Words. In paromulgating esoterio cogitations or S.tienlatlng superflaeial sentimentalities b; f : phesoophleal or psychological obser ' beware of platitudinous ponder SLet your statements possess a clari elSanesu, compaated nomcrehensi lceson t cenaistenoy and a cogoency, Esohew all con tius fatulent garrulity, jejune " t ~ asinine afeetations. In pon others the superior i Oentral lines, and why Sother useo this thorouagh ant d Minneasolis and 4* to Milwatuk. Chi.ago ua4ut1, it isnot nec. S"ekietatedf i Sb lirp aun t * "ro o4e o tad*tor I p es. Zuiother words. NOTDEAD. Remarkable Experience of John Turk, a Pio neer of Helena. 89 Doses Taken at Once Did SNot Kill, but Succeeded in Curing Him. leha Turk, Casoade, Montana, took 89 dees of a soe-called "laa Franeisoo Quack's Mediamne," at ease, and was not killed, as promised by rival doetors. ITn eptem bar, 1889, he slled eon Dr. A. C. Stoddart, visiting physisiaa for Dr. Llebi £ Co.. Liebits World Dispeasary, Sea reasisco and matte City who had *Moeos far two weeks at the ksreheantm otel, sleona. Mr. Turk had sufered for years with Rheumatism, Impurity of Blood and elots of mereurial Salivatiaon. n had four of the best physelians in Montana attend him, sad they failed to relieve him. Dr. Stod dart examined him, seat his presOriptions to Liebig Dispensary, San Franesaco. to be prepared. After Dr. Stoddart left, Mr. Tark met the looal deeters and told them what he had donea. They laughed at him, and said "that Ban Francisco quaek would kill him." He was so frightened that when the medioisne from San Francisco eame he put the bottle pon a shellf at his house, 77 Park street, Helena, uat it stood asg leeted until Deeamber (searly three months) while Mr. Tark sulered day and night, had elt slept half an hear at a time in years. Being is great agons late in Deeember, at midnight, his eye oa.uht sight of the se-Balled "Quaek's?" medi MONTANA MUKIOAL LIOt.I S AND Im A DULY QUALIJrn PITdIOIAN AND sUXEON yoe MON TANA.) M e, in desperation decided to kill himself wit the "Quaek's" medioine, as he was told by former attending doetors it would kill him, so he swallowed half a month's medioine at onoe-39 doses-and fell asleep, elept until noon next day, and never has had a pain or ache sine. The above roads like ldeion, but truth is strangr, sand to prove that the above is true, write oo John Turk, Cascade, Mon tans, or call on Mrs. E. Vrley, or Mrs. A. H. DRhbar, 707 Park avenue. Helena, Mont. Drs. Steddart, Liobig & Co. will have effies in Helens at Merchants Hotel. 1st to 4th of each month. Montana emoees 8 East Broadway, Butte. Call or write. Recently the llowlngf Notice appeTard in the fIse Frmiclsce Crenlicle. e'Tudge S- had been sick only about two wnees, and it was not until the last three or four days that the malady took a serious turn. At thebeginningeof his illness he suftred from diabetes and stomach disorder. Later the kidneys refused to perform their functions sad he passed quietly away. Thus ended the life of one of the mof t prominent men in Cali fornia." Like thousands of ethers his un timely death was the result of neglecting early symptoms of kidney disease,. I- I VO IYOU are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or any de - rangement of the kid.evs or urinary organs, doa't dclay proper treatment until you are forced to give up your daily duties; doef' waste otr mrner on worthless liniments and worse plasttrs. but strike at the seat of the disease at once by eusing the greatest of all known remredies the celehrated Oregon KIid- ii ev Tea. It has saveid the lives of thousands. Wihy should it not cure you? Try it. Purely vegetable and pleasant to take. $1.00 a pack age, 6 for $s.00. loWr 'S iLkti -W I. t AM L nSrLAIN- or Stt:, vw. thorat .d . I:ver.tt, Fraskltao i. Walia:-esd r.lihrt hki..horabrgh., s c-i..rters i doint tosisess and..,e ha Arm name and style oa, Waates ilherstu:srga. sharlo Le.tzaa and Lt (Larlian lIhraan, ais wife, and Frarklin tt. W tistre. eof''t'a:1ts At t. ndor ai d ayy "irtco of an order of sale and decree of fereelosre s and ral issuedl sot of the distrlot court of the a :ot 1untoia district of ste Stnat n of lo.,asna. i h and for the eollae of I I ewva a.d (:ere.. on tha 1;k day of lay, A. Le D. T92, in the abore entitled ast no. wheo;si Le Vbi:lt e towsv tao abovs named plaint;e, hb- At toie:l a judgm..ut and dears. of foreacinrro aid Sali egatar Thensat Io M srsrt, 'r. anklin Rt \'al.'nr, and A|leet 1s. Tlserrlaur, as uco-part- A n- rs .to,oa- . t, linen', nein Is fern n a:and A srtyloaol oailsre A Thorasbitgh t hsrsas Lehman, and ('a-ol.ne loahmuan ;r .n, hs i d srulakh;n I hi. Wallace, dafenlants. otu te. 11ta day of nt wi SA. . ltye , for the araw of $l,t.ae o. besidens intHesal cost, asd tu"trnee feTr. rehis a eaitrleet was l the dstrh day of elay A. DI. ltl s rasortd in Jadgtent aon r No. (t. of said eot at ILp nti. I am commanondsd to sell all - that oaratrin let. pete r parcel of !laUd, si ta4a lSying and her.g i the eoun'y ,f L.eais andi ( leerke.. es of Sldstam, and bosaded anda , doe-.erd as ftiaws,. to-wit: Pet.,-t" at tioe conthwot csorner of block ottrot "a ' et .h Tole-a adtditio tro the city Sof e..L 5 tEk istatmrttea of tho snot eido Ot I eoauk steMo wltn the mrth ide oa Ioh ares- i steuosd rMasia th nee mrsh Iatelf the east a ointen.,'etch nereet, ferty-le rO4' . esO tem pa.tg mu the lisa hntween lots nesirseed two (1t) as dthseellt0) int hlackl lotlsredA"A thencesouth d slow' tito ]hnt hotwsa sai'l lola notsksrrsd two mod , wrs.. forty-dee (l.r foetto a po,art in tie a a4t· e side 'f ixhti aese, thstseo woet alnog the orseande saesi. tixsh evo.e one hunudred h STarthser wit' all and stsgslse tee tennante, hemditaS nh. sad nspertnsUeC theresato he o lon.e i r ss arn w:e- rpp~mtaijg. arisiu sy h gsoY tha t.Io inet rday, ' t-. Ilt*h sri. of Jart ,. A. t. L.. st It o'elee m. of the dayt rt. le.ts door of the eept heese vwill, shs o iser to iaad order a? sae and deere. of f'snosa'a mad se, .ol] tAo mebeseee'tb neemesIn ~attafyseiJ i jed¥aostt+ itiha:ee: s , and oea. to the ssshnet and hbet hidder far cnh In bod. 0 Gos.nonder my band this 1sth dayat lmo, A. 4 C iAt. i. Jg1lrs*R Il. 8herill By hALPH (I Jonsasoe. telaty iheorit lMMl(NK -IN THE. DtfRTRIC:T COiJURI ss the hirst ,ssireistl district of thl s-.nto '5! hlotonan In and for ths canoty of Lewia end A- IA .O . ierdett. plaiittiff, vs. MaLdeline . 1ThI a nLe of otntmnla sendsl grtiag to the 50 hnovaonaltoe dof edst : uon ers hel'aby rme'tred to appear sian action brought antis:st ru ty t!ry atbove named pais in till iu (it.itries creact of ise liret ljdlcil dia u triet of (ts .tate st Monta~a. is ead for thi countyof lewis and (larte, and to a wraem thsn co05isast.l led thserein. within tea 051 noxel rise of tte day of asereior) after tlse eervice on Ion of tti. snllnotns. if served within It this cusntt: rr. if sarved eat of thss contty, hot .ntwithin this rtitct, within twenty days :t horwise within forty day., or jssdgeaeat bl default will 0o, is tIsis sgaiusat yon,. according to the pray-er of e aid eompltiet. T'he asald acrion in brooist t,. quiet tta title of p ilaiinsif tetsisal erttln lsst of land. itsl.erc. 1y trlg ant bi hig inthe city cf Helesa. soury of to ].Owi and t'lario. etate f atMontasa, oi-wit: Lot fiioen (l:,), its s)lick Ihroo 3Ii ,f the origilsal t tounsota of }elesut: to ossatt a decrss ef this u- cosrse rots:ian the cloud from plliatife· titla ty tosaid land; adiudging sid dselarinl that th', doeend .so hea no lnterest or eesattew wat.er in asid land and that one oertais deed to defend inst is null and reid an agaiset plainliuf's tit'e thereto: and that the titll In fee sistpI to uld land is in the ptanilif, said elatlffbmring been in tls aetn.al uadisturid pouessies aT asd or land for sixteen years lut vast, aad hating holis t mern ossiclot slat ng sail timn adreroloy tsolI or- endant: ad tor ouch frtohr renitr 55 mar he lUst sad sustaule: all at which aplenrs mora r- slly in the acau sat on ta lherti to which .rl- al;e'inLm ssrefree is hereby made. And yeu are hereby notified that if you fall to 5 ot aispear altd answer the said cuolslinsL t abosae rcosircnl, ith mid plaiutif will a&ly to the sou rtO" rr t. e i,. t stlsxsliialded iu the esmslaist (Odivn uoldor cop hltod and to sneal oa the dis Ltriotcrt of tSie ?lret julicial dlstriot of the 10 elate ot Mantans. is and for the coanty of Lewis or- -- - aInd larka. thin I t day of i itr(ot, one tousaaud eight hondred and od ' JORN BEAN. Clerk. .gO Ily. SIn. It-TuoPuOo.:...? ,.oty (t'eh.. Glarke Gr* rtir HIR .. ; . Ranges aRd Sto es. We are now ready for the Spring, with the tvry best stock of House Furnishing Goods ever offered to the publ3b We are head. quarters for Lawn Mowers, Lawn Sprinklese Hose Reels, Bras Nozales, Rubber Garden Hose, eta. A Carload of Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers., COOM A.LzTD SB'M 3eS. Telephone No. 90. 42 and 4t48.: Main St. THE GODES. Political, Penal, Civil, Civil Procedure Complete Sets For Sale at This Ofce. $10 PER SET. C. B. LEBKICHER, Second Floor, Herall Builing. PLANK To JOOKS Order BOOKS NEATLY RULED AND PRINTED. TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & b. R. R. "The North-Western Line." This is the only line making connection with the UIREA'l NORTHERN RAILWAY at St. Paul every day in the year for Chicago and the East. VIA GREAT NORTHERN. Leave Butte... .......... 7:5s am Leave Helena... ................. 11:10 a m Leave t.reat Falls .............. 2:05 p Arrive Mino .....t..... .... 10:0 am Arrive crand Frk .................... m :20 p m Arrive St. Pasi..... ........ :55 am VIA NORTHEB.N PACIFIC. f Leave tte ................. 12:15 p m 9:2pm Leave o$elna ............. 1:10 pm 10:35 pm a Leave nan ............. 5:10 p m 2:5pm - Arrive al ............. 1:1 pm 6:20 p m VIA NOTEIWESTICRI LINE. L Leave St. Paul..... 7:55 a m 511 p m 8.05 p m Arrive Milwatkee.. 7:55pm 7:25 am 7:25 am Arrive Chicge..... 9:3J p m 8:00 am 9:30 am ", "i'h., North-Western tine" is the shortest line in both distnceo and t ime to Chtcago. k or map folder of linse adrees T. W. TEABDALB, General Passenger Agent. Lt. Paul. IN TnE DISTRICT COURT OF TIlE FIRST S judIicial distrlit of the state of Mentana. in d nd for the con*;y ef Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the petition of the Citizens h-loetric Licht oornpany, a corporation. for an I oder ef diraollion. f et.r' ia ho rby iven that the (eitizens Elec Stric Light cempay hs made applioation to the a dlrlte t e ou t e a. l t ne 1r le tridt et the A stAe of Montana, in and for the centy of Lewis a and Clarke, fer an order ef the said ceert, die solving said cErLerausin, and that sai a plica tietls ill hohard in the court reea of dPart ae man .e: 2. of ta. district eo at of the Pirst Sjadisial diatrkte of the teate of nua in and for the eeenty of Lewis and tlarhe, in the court hoise, in the nilty of Fleaa., i said uaty ,on tke 11th day ef Jaen. A. Vt. 112, at 10 o'lockl a. m. ef said day. at which tie any persen inter ea sted may appear sad aow oaae,. if any, why said a.picatitn shall snt he grrnted aeoord.eg to the pr yer of tr,e petitio, ef the said Citiese tivea Cader ta Mad and the seal of the di-e. trit root of the tiret judicial district of the st.tte f Matana,. in and for the county of Lewis and rlarzt. thin 13th day of 0ay. to th year eeat r I ord one thenueaad eilght hendred an: S sEyAL.] JOIN BEAN. Clerk. By f. 1. Teso.owe, lepEutnr Cierk. S MASSENA th: lLAD. Atternei for l'ettionaer. od n ho I Room Noe. I, Power Bleck. PoetoffHce Son II It., HELENA. MONTANA. OPPENHEIMER & ASCH, rýIPFOa.ED traD aDOM'ESI'=" , • ..WINeS, LIQUORS AND CIG7RS+ FAMILY TRADE 80LICITED. No. 101 South Main Street. Corner of Wood Street. THE CHICAGO,G =iMMILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY Is theFast Mail Short Line from St, Paul and Minneapolis via La Crease and Milwaukee to Chicago and all points in the Eastern states and Canada. It is the only line under one management between St. 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-rooms, and the finest dining, cars in the world, via the famour "River Bank Route," along thi shores of Lake Pepin and the beau tiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chicage. Its trains connect with those of the northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of oazP of any class be tween St. Paul gnd Chicago. For through tickets, time tables, and full ixformatieo . apply to any coupon ticket agent in the North, west. MNUIMEN CO. 1RIDGEPORT. CONN (S ENIORSES BY EMINENT SCIENTISTS. Will resist the atmosphere for all time." Watt+' Dictionary. "The neceseit for a more eaduring material than stoe has ong been felt. 'ihe enduriung na ture of reined zinc (White Bronze) and it. peculiar adaptability make it exeUoent for the purpose. -ISientifi American. A Few More Local Agents Wanted. E. S. HALL, BILLINGS, MONTANA. Gen. Agent for Montana and Idaho MONTANA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY PLACE. NEIIR RELENI COURSE OF INSTRUCTION: 1, College. 2, College Preparatory 3, Business. 4, Normal. 5, Music 6, Art. Also instruction in Com mon Branches. ABLE INSTRUCTION.. ELEGANT BUILDING Bead for Catalogue to the President. F. P. TOWER. A. M.. D. I NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Aotioe is hereby given that a meetingo the stockholders of the Mao Mining & Idillinl rompany will be he d at the oe eof ohe corn pany, at 517 Keifht street, in the city of Helena state of Montana. on Friday the 10th day o luse, ]IS, ter the purpose of suhmitting to uol stockholdere a ropontlon to ýeasee the oapi tai stock of te Msarc MiiLag A *fnh cfma:P;a Lo the amount of fonr hundrsd thousand (40, WOl) eharee of the par value of firt dote (Io per share; the present eapital stook of ariS com pany behi ti ee hndied tbhieand (155..00 share, of the par valub of ire dell.ars (-7. By order of the board of trusetev A. MoLEAN, . A. M resident .A. A MeLiO N, .eoretary. J. C. Mct'ANN. THOS. JENKIN. A. MoLEAN, Majority of Trtees. . . -. t 4, , khn . : ay X C = ti +a 3i` , .t 3 t.arp . , 0 WELL.S UK l MNAWR GO. General BkBinders,1 OFFICE STATIONERY, W1IX LL PR PERS No. 13 eNoFth Main Street No, 17 JacksonStreet PRINTING DEPARTIENT. The Most Fully Equipp.d in the Northwest Comprising every modern facility for the expeditious handling of work and its execution in the highest style of the art. Allkinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, Artistic and Commercial Work. , TRY UtS. Binding and Blank Book Dept. This branch of our business is replete with the finest stock and best and latest machinery that could be obtained for its purposes. It com prises the LARGEST AND MOST COM PLETE PLANT between St. Paul and Port land, ·and is capable of meeting all demands made upon its resources. Blank books of every description, portfolio, magazine, pamphlet work, etc. SNEW 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, S£st. General Passenger Agent -Dealer is ) MA$BLIE GRANITE a MONUMENTS SHeadstones. 1- * RasU.NA - NOn S BTUDY LAW AT HOM L TA. Af COUKIa Ia TEa 'prasa C.rr.epeamdaeo Sheeol of Law. (Iactrporatd.) lead te cents (stamis) fe paeticnlI' to J. Oetner, Jr., e..ti Our Stationery Department. Is always complete. Fine Writing Papers and Envelopes, Office Stationery, Typewriter Supplies, etc. Wall Paper Department. We have just received a carload of all the latest styles and designs in Wall Paper and. Room Mouldings. Art Department. If you want a Fine Etching, Engraving, Water Color or Pastel, or a picture frame, call on us. The largest stock of picture mouldings in the city. Frames made to order. Book Department. Books in fine bindings in sets. All the latest and popular novels received daily. SUMMONS-IN T1E DISTRICT COURT 013 the Firstjudicil district of the estate of Mon tana, inand for therounty of Lewis and Clarks, Dora brown, plainftl, vs. Louis Brown, de fendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the aboeve-named defendant: You are berech required to appear in an aetio, broeght gat-ai on by the above-named plai. tiffdn the s4 srit court of the First. juadioal distdesis the state of Montana, in and for the co.a e and Clarke, and to answer the romvpl ,t edthserein within ton dlay (eocl. atw teayeI service) after the tervice s jam o ies mmeas. if served within thcounaty : or if served eot of this county, but wthmin thus distict. within twenty days; otbrwise wlthin rt days, or jtdgment by default will be takes eganetyou, according to the prayer of said cem 'ke said setion is broaght to obtain a judg meat and deorse of said court dissolving thl bands of ratrimony heretofore and now aeist tng between plaialif and yourself, upon the greund tat yen did. on May 4. ,1890, wlrfuli; and without oause and without the plaintiff', consent, desert and abandon the said plaitst and live separate and apart from her, and that yo have conkanued so to do--without caune or rea son nd against plaintiff's will and without he. consent, and for general relief, all u more full appeas from the complaint on fle herein tt which reference is hereby had. And yen are hereby nolisei that if you fail tc appear and answer the said complaint, a ashoy required. the sid plaintiff will apply to the cour for the relitef demanded in the complatnt. Given under my handeud the sealof the distrlc court of the First judioial district of the state o Mo,ntans. in and for the county of Itwis an, ('larke. this Id day of Mlay, in the year o our Lord one thousand aight hundred and ninety two. LA.J JOHJ N BEN, Clnrk. yIL I. Tisoxsoe0r Deputy CGlck. F. . . N . icl. runa. Plan tif'l s Atterneys "Henry's Specifics" THE BEROWNED ENGLISH REMED' KEJALLIL c CVUI ros NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNES no mnt from what cane. Contains no mal erale. Price $i. Wholesale and retail dragglo ssOply the demand. Depository for the United States and Caumd 13 Iast Thirtieth etreet. New York. The Specioi can be sent by mail sealed n a U1I4FEUE-1th u . Iooide wth a wrlt l it T E ten uarantee toourenl ernorou dl.mae. sech a Veak Memory, w.. .. 1Yhtl: Eust lens, Qulcnessr . Evr l Dre.ai , Lacl ot " Co.slio deneeC ro.!. oa5e. Lasitude. all drains and tose of power ot the Generative Organs In either mox cnused by over exer ytlon, youthful errors, or exceesglVo so u f tobacco. opium or sttmu lants which soon leal tolnflrmlty, Consumption and ]nsanlty. Put up conventont to nrry n to est porLoet. (ent by mall in palnn package Ito any address for l%. or for *. (WI.th eversy 55 order we dU, e a wrtten uaraatee toe cure or ret1nd the mosoeny,) BEF6OR.E. AnD hT.1.'E n. CIRCULA i " .,,. Addres NE.V. ' r- 5ID CO.. hmcalo. lli w ... ,. - "u-t. M .ntanal. be Pooe & O'Connor. D.ualiutr. Bailey Block. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. o [MUTOHBR & GARLAND. ' Cý . m Ctoekr, R. 0.Garland) Attoeraey at Law. Booms 7 and . , Banle Blook. M to e rporation and reel etate law epeel. ea. Willpractice in all the state courta, in th niteL Statcs upreme colurt and before all thl $epartmeats in Washingtn city, in connection n ith Hon. A. H. Garlad. late attorney general AEVAN A. BARLEI.ON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Mas.onid Temmle. Helena. Montana. B A "HBURN K. BABOUR,. Attorney and Coun.eLlor at Law. Masonic Temple. Helena. Mont. S ASSENA BULLARD. Attorney and Connsellor at Law. Will practice in all court. of record in t.o to staite. Office in Gould Block, Helena. Mont. rt IZB & RKEERL, ct Civil and Minin Engineers of i U. S Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Mineral pat. of ante secured. Noom 12-tla, Atll Building 1- Helena. Montana. DR M. ROCKMAN. r Physiolan. Bseen. Acconcher, Ocaliet, Auriet. Member of man Francisco Medical Society. also Nevada State M3dical Society. Ofice on Main street, ever Steiametz Jewelry tore. )Y DE. D. L CARMICRA._ Diseases of Women and Children jaselal Attention. Helen. Montaa. DR. W. M. BULLARD. Ottl0m First National Bank Building. 9B Telephone No. 1a8. S B. . K. COLE. S OfBc: First National Bat Building.