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M reO * RW 6t r a asl of EnRibsh Win; * ~11' LI~ ~~odon. Ibir.at spo*a S *swuw t l~o old ayp t&1 * salu beti ath lb monument -a e ed ilhis prag. havingfotOIunately d l e op of an .levated bank, lose tnr he populous oaordwaº pacing by the o *tewy. tb. memorial is in a posItIon to attract lbs attention of all pase s~ nbyi. Ji ednastslof a colossal lion standlng on a moot" and with one paw upon tb. urn catrn's MONUMENT. which is supposed to contain the ashes of the illustrious dead, whose championship belt also lies upon it. The only inserip tions are upon the plinth and sead: "Sacred to the memory of Thomas Cribb. Born July 8, 1781. Died Ma7 11, 1848. Respect the ashes of the brave. ' The editor of Bell's Life oemarks in regard to the absence of any allusion on the monument to Cribb's record "for ob. vlows reasons-principally the close prox imity to the House of Peace-all allusion to the circumstances which have led to this distinction is avoided," Tom Spriug was the chsamvion who soe ceeded to the title on the retirement of the redoubtable Mr. Cribb. His real name was Wliter, but out of regard for his humble but respectable relations, who did not ap prove of prize fighting, he took the name of Spring at the outset of his career, and hay ing won his way up to othe ignmpioush:i; under his adopted title, etnuclo it in the days of his glory, but with the use of the name Winter as a middle name. As "Thomas Winter Spring" the great fighte received a number of pieces of splendid sil ver plate from various sources, all bearing eulogistic testimony to his prowese as a fighter and worth as a man, and when he died the handsome monument was erected by a large number of his ndmirers and friends. It can be seen in Norwood ceme - tery, not far from the Crystal. Palace at Sydenham, near London, and bears the simple inscription: "'cacred to the memory of Thomas Win ter Spring. Born at Fownhope, Hereford shire, Feb. 22, 1795. Died at the Castle tavern, Holburn, Aug. 20, 1851." And still another Tom must be included in the list of British boxers, whose graves give testimony to the esteem in which they were held by their fellow countrymen. Tom Sayers, the last of "the three Toms" of great and glorious memory, is doubtless the best known of the trio to the American world of sport. for it was he who gavebattle to our champion., John C. Heenan, when the two gladiators fought the neve -to-be-fo gotten draw at Farnborough, in England, In April. 1868. Sayers was a marvel of pluck, gameness and skill, a veritable little giant among the greatest of the pagilistlcally great and a model fighter in every nsese of the word. He it was who used to give away lumps of weight and likewise soundly thrash the heaviest hitters and most vicious fighters among the men of his day, and he it was IBESTINGO PLACE OF TOM BAYERS. who, for the first and p,obably the only time in the history of the ring, won the championship of England while in the mid die-weight class so far as pounds and ounces tell the store. His battle with Keenan was his last, and he died less than three years late-, a victim to the dissipated life he led on retiring from the ring. But there were thousands who recalled his days of greatness, and a large subscription was taken up by a com mittee and applied to the erectiou of a handsome monument in Hiehgate ceme tery. The only inseciption that it bears are the words: "Tom Sayers. Born 1826; died 1865." And in conclusion it may be said that it is very doubtful if in the entire course of their combined careers this quartet of B it ish champions won in the ring the equiva lent in pounds and shillings of the $82,500 which was distributed among the three Americans who won the recent clove fights at New Orleans. This conclusion warrants the repetition, with emphasis, of tire stlte meat that this is indeed the golden age of pugilism. Bucklen's Arnica salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fever sores, tatter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruutious, and positively cures piles or no pay required. it is guar anteed to give per feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by IR. . Hale & Co. 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MEN'S DISEASES-While some might won der that a large and re'co bsihle Dhspensry like Lr. Llebig& t o.'e ahoulu specially treat private di=seaee, seminal weakne-s, opermatorrhea, igeet, stricturi, vaEriaosle, nphilis. blood 'potoniag_ s.lt dineesee. and all chronic ail monti of men that unfit them for life's dttie- or its p'easures. All repatable physicians and faoi y physicians treat such dienseMs. We have neoer known one ahots doing so, nor one to re fuse to (Ioas. Why ahoed e )l . liehip g a ( o. not treat them alto. when they are eseeia'its for all chronic ailmes.s and are far better prepared to to so, and have more f'ctiities and greater nnm b"rs to treat, hence acquire muach more skill and experience, and certainly can trout ahove sriecial canew far more sucessfllty than "hoie weo to not specially treat them. Indeed, half of thin extensive eractice of D-. Liebig & ('o. are of rcase that have been badly treated by eo-called "cure alt"--men suffering from destroying dis eases or results of abute or excesses. 'I he and lesson and terrible experience. and their peni tenae--as with the prodigal on-- brings many a wayward, yet neble man to a life of rectitoi , and whatever the Pharisaical may think or ray. Dr Liebig & c'o. propose to be ooeed inamaritans anl cure them, and then say: "..o sin no more." Mr. Merve (ill, a wealthy cattle t:ndtoerk man, of Emmitt, Idaho, was a heiplesa invalid, i'oilhcticed to bd two vears, given up by alt the beat clters in Idaho. e had to be tuored in bed by iheet., had two men nurses to attend him. was sinkig fast from a tainal affetion ant paralysis of loter extremlities; went under treat ment April, 1892, is now ab.e to drive out itoro inc and evening. His case was complie t!d with vilvnlardisaeae of heait and nervona d(h,l ity He pad Dr. ftodart $2,000 for his service:. Write for pirticularc to Mr. till. 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The came to cee Dr). htoldart on crotches; was partially para yzetl allnd covniletely broken down fron naerv ns prostration. Today. he is completely cured. I'Tlousands of srch chronie canes are being rnred by Dr. liob g & Co, all over the aent. The doct:,r will be in Montana from Han Fran cisco. andi has offices at room 15, Merchants Io, tel, Helena, Oct l to 4. ('all or address: San Francisco office, 100 (ieary street. Bntte City office. 8 East Broadway. A. K.PRESCOTT 4DEALER IN1 Marble and Granite MONUMENTS HEADSTONES. fi~r telentan . The Gelebrated French Gure, Warranted "APHRODITINE" ..r....a.nl. 1 iiOLD OJN A POSITIVE ". GUARANTEE l o co.te ally lot 1 of Io ritll disease, or anlly disollder of thle 8FO S 1.n relnl 'll r\ AFTER gani of either sex whllth er ariiug from the exce.live use of Silalolllllts, '1 )lbacco or Optiuln, orthrolugh yomthful indierlleilOlu, over tifdulg elite, f&,., ,such as .LosiI of la;i Power, Wakefll. 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Parchen & C'uo., druggotl Se.'eO., Mont. - ft ant, +c # 13. oltf wrhe atta orNyd a, or b la to~y e ama ainttase idrerie ta te cqtoplicnt a -i inteeioted xybnd eaad no Na od ltnaI vice.a tN osoht l ott Ua. et syef jUt, olodt tries me t ate or" st iu ttae ld f rik th tllr on bloc ofthberedone unre n seth fothlr die the dif law thltdti eo theI~i an t be otaken 1a+n7 ., arml Xto te rl '.he said tle Is brougt to forelosnt asoeo tIon mort ale atieore l. e lllym an l ad. clatt d viers Na tire 25tht of *Ut, whit in. Aot o attumred trelety- er ch1e itd shorua tw nt) iren b amealok d ene uo tdr and hirble bo r (uo , io tohe ntiny ant of the onttet no pt Hidea, i L awid eand t artks nt satd no.t MoDatan to secur the rment Lf aoortain oromgore r nti made by de a st N l oy the sat day fo o the afr the c1,1t0o0, wit In ato tthew Pcoller o oi pao y t d note pL it inter tid s aforesaid beint nw due elog l abl bacmd nthe deno ymenda of the nttA. C r for valuabte consideration; that said premisesn ma Yo cold ant the proceeds applied to the pay. ment of said note, interest, taxes paid by platin tiff on taid property, attorneyo' fo atd costs; and in eaw said proceeds are not sutlictent to pay the eame, then to obtain an execution against the defendante August hNag ael an at ric. A. dCeomr for the cn ad alson that the defieanate end eaOh Of thecl herei., and all pereens talmting by, through or under them. or either of them, may be barret and foreclosed of all right, oraim.r lies, equity rf redemption iot and to said premises, Ilantie ates for other asd further relief as appears more fully in said com plaint. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as ahove required, the said plaintiff will apply to the conrt for the relief demasded in the cnmplaint. iven under my andd andthe esaeal of the dle trieteourt of the First judicih l district of the state of Montanl in and for the county of Lewis an-- id larke, this t1h day of sep teal ) tmbe. in the year of our Lord, Diotrit one thousand eight hundred and ( court. ) ninety-two. +--r-, JOHN BEAN, Clerk. BT H. R. TOxrureon, Deputy t lerk. LExs.tI A aAvGN. Attorneys for Ilalntiff. , UMMON1--IN THE DISTRICT COURT Sof the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and CIarke. J. T. Welsh, plaintiff, ve. Dog Creek Plaoer Mining company, defendant. The state of Mootana sends greeting to she above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the first judicial district of the state of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days, or judgment by defailt will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover jndgment against the said defendant for $2,228.90, due plaintiff on a certain contract wherein and whereby defendant agreed to say plaintiff $3,000 as its manager and superiatendent for the pe riod of one year, which said contract plain tiff has fulfilled on his part, though defend ant has paid him but $771.10. and has de tained the remainder by a vexatious and unreasonable delay since September 1, 1891. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said com plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will take judoment against you for said sum of $2,22t.90 and interest from Eeptem ber 1, 1891, at 10 per cent. besides costs, Given under my hand and the seal of the district court of the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in end for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 13th day of Au gust, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. SEZAL.] , JOHN BEAN. Clerk y H. R. THOMPSON, Deputy Clerk; T1'. J. Walsh, plaintiff'e attorney. ALIAS SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT court of the Arat judicial distriet of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Agnes Behrens, plaintiff, vs. Henry Beh rens, defendant. The state of Montana sends Rreeting to the above named defendant: You are here by required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to an awer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exolusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this court dissolving the bonds of matrimtony existing between your self and this plaintiff upon the ground of wilful desertion of this plaintiff and upon the further ground of habitual drunken. ness for more than one year last past, and that the custody of the minor child be awarded to plaintiff, and for alimony. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said corn plant. as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief de mended in said complaint. Given under my Ihand and the seal of the district courtof the First judicial district of the state of Montn a, in and for the county of Lewis and Clar e, this 10th day of Sep tember, in the ]ge' of our Lord, one thous. and eight hundred and ninety-two. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By 0. O. Far.n.As, Deputy Clerk. 0. W. Fr.razscna, Attorney for plaintiff. Jontana UniVersity. University Place, Near Heleria FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT, 8. 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Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreolosure and sale issued out of the district court of the Fiat judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis i ni Clarke, on the 9th day of September. A. D., 1892. in the above entitled action, wherein M. Bolles & Co., the above named plaintiffs, bhtnined a judgment and decree of foreeloaure and sale against J. W. Howell and Lizzie 11ow ell, defendants, on the 9th day of `eattem ber, A. D., 1892, for the asm of $1,974.75, besides interest, costs and attorney is a, wnlch said decree was on the 9th day of September, A. D., 1892, recorded in Judg ment book No. "H," of said aourt, at page -, I am commandhd to sell all those cer tain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a moint in the west side of Park street, fifty (50) feet north of the southeast corner of block numbered forty five (45) of the Grand Avenue addition to the city of Helena, running thence north along the west side of Park street forty-five (45) feet to a point. thence west ninety eight and two-thirds (9d; ) feet to a point in the line between lots iumbered two (2) and three (3) in said block forty-five (45), thence south along the line between said lots two (2) and three (3), forty-five (45) feet to a point, thence easti inete-eight and two-thirds (981') feet o the claoe of be ginning: all in the city of Helena. coanty and state aufresaid; snid lot, piece or pa cel of lend consisting of portions of lots uUm bored one (1) and two (2), in block forty five (45) of the ,aid adlition, coordion to and ys described upon the ollicial plat of the said addition, which plnt is now on lile, in the macne- provided by law, in the oftice of the county recorde of the said county of L-wi. and (larke. 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