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ALONE WITH A TARANTULA.
A Carendelet Girl's Presenee of Mind Savesa er From the Spider's Fange. ST. Lose, Oct. 9.-A Carendelet girl had It thrilling experience with a tarantula at her place of employment, and but for her remarkable presence of mind she would probably now be scifering from the insidi oneus poison of the dreaded laset. Thanks to her courage and self-control, a fine speooi men of the deadly creature may now be seen it the Knorr pharmacy, on South Broadway. n the contemplation of things earthly from ithin the slippery sides of a bottle. Miss anny Burtcll is connected with one of the departments of the (unu Fruit company, 9l3 and 1)40 No.th Third street, and while handling a small bunch of bananas espied the spider-like thing creeping along one of the stems within a few inches of her hand. The room was crowded with fruit, and dozens of large bunches weresuspended from the coiling. There was no space by which she could drou or throw the bunch from her without inourring the danger of having the tarantula fall on her clothes, and for an instant she was almost paral yzed. ltegaluing her composure, she ouiokly twisted the stalk aronnd and away from her, and, making a turn, she was able to step back along the narrow passageway and drop bananas and insect. In a second more the bug would have fastened itself on her hand, and any thoughtless motion would asasrodly hare resulted in her being bitten. Miss Fanny realized that she was not quite free, and grabbed a stick that was standing near by. With this effective though not formidable weapon she managed to keep the tarantula away from her feet, and, retreating toward the closed door, she scresmed. 'ihe door was quickly opened for her, and then thoughts of revenge seized her. She would preserve the monster as a souvenir of those awful uroments in the crowded fruit ware house. Some of the employes secured a big bottle, and with a stick she managed to cage it, her fellow workiers standing at a respectful distance, trying to disuade her. This bottle Miss Fanny carried to the home of htier parents at Broadway and Ellwoodi street, and then it was taken to the drug store. Opportunlty. 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 Iknock unbidden once at evety gate., If sleeping. wake; if feasting rise before I turn away. It is the hoar of state And they who followme reach every state Mortals desire, and conquer every foe Save death; but those who doubt or heai tate Condemned to failure, penury and woe Seek me in vain and uselessly implore; I answer net, and I return no more. J.o. J. IroeLLa. But fail ye not Is this respect, Beize every opportunity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee k St. Paul railway. This is the advice of Gao. H. EHAryona General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Ilk ladies will do well to reerver thaeir rders for dry goods of every description until the graml olpening of 'l he be ie ll in their new and com modious quarters. ('omplete line of dry goods. eoverything new and fresh, the latst patterns alnd bottom prices wall be their watchword. 'their remor al takes pla:ri O'ct. 1. Z HERIFF'S SALE-JOHN EDGELL. a) plaintiff, vs. George H. Pew, Mary J. Pew, Joseph O'Neill and Eliza O'Neill his wife, A. i. Holter and Martin Holter, co partners doing business under the firm name and style of A. M. Holier & Bro., defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. on the 22d day of September, A. D., 1892, in the above entitled action, wherein John Edeell, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against George H. Pew. Mary J. Pew, Joseph O'Neill and Eliza O'Neill, his wife, A. M. Holter and Martin Holter, co-partners do ing business under the firm name and style of A. M. Holier & Bro., defendants, on the 19th day of Septemrbe , A. D., 1892, for the sum of $1,096.CO besides inteeest, costs end attorneys fees, which said decree was, on I the 19th day of September, A. D., 1892, recorded in judgment book No. "H" of said court, at page - I am commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece or pvarel of I land situate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, I to-wit:I The west thirty (30) feet of lot numbered one hundred and three 1103) of block nunm Iered eleven (11) of the Beattie addition to the city of Helena, in county and state tntet aforesaid; the said tract of land having I a frontage on l euth avenue of thirty (30) feet and a depth of eeventy.four and live tenths (71.5) feet, more or less, according to the olloial plat of the said addition on tile in the manner provided by law in the ofhice of tihe couuty recorder of said county. w 1 1 ogettler with all and singular the tone nrents, hereditamentes nd appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appet talnrin.g, lublic notice is hereby given, that on Saturday, the 15th nay of ()ctober, A. I)., !:)12, at 12 o'clock n., of that day, at the front door of the court bohse, Helena, Lewis and Clarke county. Montana, i will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree t of f'orr closure andi sale. sell the atorve de scriibed property, or so ninth thereof as may be necessary to satesty said judgment. with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidd':r for cash in hand. Giv.n under my hand, this 22d day of September. A. It.., 1'92. tIIAIl.LELS M. JEFFERIS. hiheriff. fv R' ,eti G1. Jo('IrNsoI. Deputy Sheriff. A IAAS SCUM1MONS-IN THIE DISTRICT court of the First judicial district of the stati of Mlrntana, in and for the county ef ,Lwir aIrd (c!akhe. Sercond Natiinal Bank, of Helena, plain tiT, vsa. ilver irad Mining Company and O. . .' I urnor, drfendants. The etate of Monitana sends greeting to the abovert named defendants: Y'ou are hereby required to appear in an action brought a.gainst you by the abrva named irrintlf" in tlie dirtrlet coaUt of the Ieire judicial district of the stat, of Moo tarn, in ntrd for the county of lewis and (larke, arnd to answer tile amended com plaint mri 'e'n'rrn, w.thLbin ten daye rex *iusivcr ol the day of strvlee) alter the set vico ,,n you ,If this suorons, if ser.d with in tiid curnlty; or. If served out of this crnty. bulrt Ii this district, within twerllty day;: otherwise wi\thie forty days, or judy nmnt by d.nls!t will as taken garinsit you, rccoidtu i tirtie prayer of said complaint. 'h eiaid a'tion it irorhtn to rreover a iudgmeut in farrr of thie rlairnti and nalust the dleflrdant for tl. turo of five hunldred doll.ne. rrrii, .cith lrlterest thee. cn atthio treo a i ue iaer i-irt per moatli firom the 2Sd day of Senptambcer, Ili], upon C certain irrolusisore it.n Ior toe scum ,f frve Londid l drllI~u i.ry)), inata. at Uel :na, b'. . I', .l]i, dulreo Sixtydaa f orn t: e date thereol, payablu' tL he pinutiff herein a thie hbecold Nl.,nuaI bhlirk, of riaios. Montana, providing for re.na.unille attor car iees, and made, executed and delivered by the del.ndnt, toe hc!ivur lead Miniaug aompany, O. A. ' ur n.r, its prasiden, the payrueut of which said note was by the earld (. A. nruser in consideration or one drlar ($1) to him paid, garanteed: also for tin sum of seventy-file dollara I ,75r, alleged to be a reasonable attorney's ae., pIrovided for in said note, and for conts of suit. And you are hereby notifeud that if rou fall to appear and answer the said corn plaint, a.s above iequl:red, the said plarint.f will enter your defasult, take judm'inwr , auainst you for the sum of #'JO, wit inter- i est thereon at the rata of one eoar cent paer I mionth from the lJd dar of H.Sptember, 18911, and for the sum of $75, and costs of I G(iven under ry hand and the seal of the district eonrt of the first judicial distr:ct of the state of Mintana, in and for the county i of Lewis and C(latrke, this L20th day ef huep tember, in the year of our Lord, one theos- ' and eliht hundred anoi ninety-two. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. lBy i. I1. 'lI'Otuso, Depaty Cl-rk. hlcCreNEcl. (CLAiaR iA (J UNNir, Attornoeys for Plalutl. ( "Dr. Liebig & Co. Comin ." San Francisco and Kansas City's Great Specialists From Liebig World Dispensary. Their chief specialist, of Pan Francisco, will visit Marysville. American Hlouse, ot. 1, and 14; 'Philipsburg, Modini'a Grand hlotel, Oct. 15 and lt$: branlit, Moore House, Oct. 16 and 17; lMissoula, 'lho }loreno*, Oct. 18 and 19, and at Merchants Hotel. Heloena. Oct 1 to 4. Dr. ,iebig & to, believe that a spoolal physt elan's aucoess entirely depends on his skill and ability to oare disease. Isalizing this facttwen ty years ago they gave up sects cases and family practice, and have devoted all time to chronic diseases nn'adiseases, restorina lost health and vigor in old anti young, and to-day have the ma jority of chronic taise to treat west of the Mia souri river to the Paciflo ocean. Making specially to order from measurement, braces and appli ances for alldeformitiesl No physician can per form twenty-five men's work. no brain is capable of doing so. ie who pretends to enre all diseases, be a bedside physician, a surgeon, a chronic disease expert, etc.. etc., claims an impossibility. I)r. Liebig & Co.'s success depends upon special work. doing only offttice practice and treating acertain clues of diseases L speclalists. Chronic privateand secondary diseases, often called in curableh are speedily cored. Diseasee of the eye, ear, nose, throat, blood and nervons system, and genito. urinary and reproductive organs re coive careful special attention. It is a well known fact that surgeons and physicians treat ing only a special claNs of dineasee olbtin great skill and are Iniver-alty nunoeesfuli. I)eCatee of con treated otonfidesutially and never referred to. tclioaot and t.olllphcated diseases of woment killflftl, rtreated. the L elig World Dispensary is the largest in corpor:.tlc mtdical and surgcwal institute in the world coimnlll-di under one u anagement. Civl sionsin Kants City, blette City, Los Angeles and lan srneniSc,". The old, the tried, tise trest). Not hert to-day and away to-morrow, hut here now, first, tht and all the timen coat Liinig skill wtth reliability has brought nnpar ailed rcomese to Dr, Liebig & Co. In the past tweet n-fout years t1)-I Nc- OuPt UMI. TOBACCO-Drunkenness, Opium Habit, and exceseive nse of 'olbacco de tn roy m illlons of vainhable men andwomen yearly. Dr. liebig & to. give cuceensfnl treatment by the ('hiioTdes. Cinehonides and the latest meth ode, which overcomes the habit perfectly and Irmaianently. Consultation free. personally or by letter, and sacredly confidential BIAD Bl, IA'Tl't--C'atarrh is very prevalent in hlnt-ina. It deetroys the pnrity of the breath, thn hearing, the sislit, and if neglected extends down the noemlrane of the throat and bronchial, attacking the Ilnge, heart, stomach, bladder, kiiln-y souc whole mucuns membrane of the oldy, dontroyiun: the vital organs. Dr. Liebig & to. ' treatment Is safe, speedy and snuccessful. - r, 'IN MEN'S DIN iABES--Whie some might won der that a large and restnoasible Dispensary like Lr. Lleoig& ('o. 'a sotl i speciially treat private di-.easea. seerinal weaknese, epermatorrhea, gleet, stricture. varicoo-le, syphilis, blood ,ois,.ning. skin dinesee. and all chronic ail tents of men list unfit them for life's duties or its iieasnrer All reputable physiciano and fa:ii y ilhysicians treat ruch diseases. We have Svetr known one sove doinlg c, nor one to ro lin"e to to no. Why should tr. I.iebig & (o. not -riat tiom alto. when they are rpecialists for all bhrotir ainun 8 and ate far better prepared to a o, atltl have more fvcditiee and greattr num ,re t ttreat, hence acquire much nmore skill and cxlrience, atid c-rtainly can treat above speoild 'soo far mnors successfully than hose who do It specially treat lheo11. Indeed, half of the xtettaive t,ractice of Dr. Liebig & Co. are of a.es that have been hadly treated by so-called urn anlls"-men saffering fIom detroyingsdie uIns oir results or abuse or excessres. '.Le sad cieon and terrible expor ence, and their peni ent e a witll the prodigal eon -brings many a aywardl, yiet able man to a life of rit'tnds, nit whatver the I'harisairal nmay think or bay. Jr Lifbig A iCo propose to be good : atiaritane andl on.retlem, and then say: i' o sin no more." Mr. Melrv ltill, a wealthy cuttl, snd .ock lll, of bo t -litt. Idaho. was a hellless invalid. onltwn to tbed two tearh given up by all the :cttt.lt , ortiti Idaho. ile had to be turnedin bed ty ihoes., bed two men nurt-se to attend him. as sinking fast fromi a spinal altecdiou and aralc-.i oif lower ex, remit ies; went under treat coat April, 1-t. is now ab.e to drive oat morn no ,.n-t oenitg. ISis case was compltoated rbth v lvnlariiisaern s of hart aid nierv,n d:.,bl S ite p tl ler. ;tudart l2,000 for his servico.. Write Ito p ,rticnlart to Mr. i;ltl. Mr. Thomias ,off, of 6ti Hiyland street. Helena, tate, tlcat i t o(wes his life to liDr. Liehig & ('o. It, wait helpless orit tpleon crutches, given lup to lie. itnd he. been cured of inflammatory rhe m;a iomt by Ir'. li*-big i& ( o Such chronic cases ,ell cit, to cold to treatment need by the cee ratl. nlpectialitI. of the Liebii0 World Iltnponeary. s I tri,-i otu,rnt first and failed. 1 will explain Sanly one wlho ca!ls. ,fJhn iurk, a pioneer of tHelons, saffereed lreadfilli, froir Mlercurial halavation, 'Chronic i',-t oati-rn and Impurity of I loud, tried many t.l-ters butt conltinulldl to saltfer until Ih'. itoid i:i , oif l.i bilg N\ orrld ticnnary, of Fan Fran ti . nril Kanerse ( ity., Fsedily ret: hitm. Mir. Hartdware t1t., tr tiulgn s Allant about hinm. Mrs. Altn; tda Martin, 1;b06 I'lost treet, tepo kalll.. iau bloiin rnttritl to tperftct Ihealth. after rets itltl It Iititt l ,il-velt-ivinl. Shie oami to is, Dr. tion!dert itt t.rltlti-it; watt lttrtilly para. Iveeli tit ,,ctllt,' ttel i. -,,t-[l. dosn f7tilt nt-rv i t trostratnt n. Toda cie is i-timoletely ctricl. i'htiaa.int oir e. sti -,i.ronicic ia-e are beirltu elitld bIt iDr. tItigit ci, all ovtr tlieu-oct. hne utOcrtr will it in Montana fr,,m ant Ittan ti,', aoltli. c, .inc· at ro;r 13.i Mrl c hant i-lo (' al or a9(dd ra: ,'-an I rancisco office, in)( Geary streth. iut:e ( its oftlce. t ihiast lroadway. N r(OTICE OF EXPIRATION OF TIMP ftir r,-g!stration. Notics 1i hereby niven that the time for the regitratluon of thebs names of the quail ied sleictors in election dlistrtt No. one, in the coulty ot Lewis & Clarke, and state of lonnans, prior to the genercl election to o hthl -in it onsdsy, the 5th day of Novem her,. I..L2, for the said county of Lewis and turke., w "il sl-ice at 10 o'elock p. m. on liIi 15th day of (tctobor, A. I). 192. I hnl ir.i i of the Ierveral Ireoincta or ptriitig l .ces eiimbrnced Iri said election dis.Itet No. one ase as follows: In the city if HItlnr , the First. 'I bird and Fifth wsrdl. ( nionville and Park. S. C. t,ILItAl 1ICR, le# strv etent election nlstrtet No. 1, lawis and (:larkit ccu;itiy, Montt.ac. llltunia, Mit.. HIeltt. 21, Icl2. lugisltra Lion ,ilico, Itynoe's hotel. *. .4' JUST +' RECGIvleD. ., . + Two( C snl. of the Celebrated St. Louis A. B. C. Bohemian Export Beer. I3-: -THE BEST IN THE MARKET. A OPPEN H EBIMER & 1SCH, I OLE A.ENTB., R A CDIFI R.R. · !,---·- " " TlU " " GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROT1T Pames through Wlisonsin, Miaeot North D kota, Manetob Montana, Idao, oun and Washlngton. THE DINING CAR LINE. Dining O.n are run between Chicago, at. Pal neu.poy win:anipE, Helenas, Bitts, T eol& PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE Pullman service daily between Chicago, t Paul, Montana and the Paciltic Northwest; ai between it. Paul, Minneapolis and Mlnneot!, North Dalkota and Manitoba points. TIlE POPULAR LINE. laily Exprese Trains carry elegant Pullman Bleeping (areDIning Clrs. Day (oache. Pull. tman Tourist t lpers and Free Colonist Bleep. lag Cars. YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE. The Northern Pariie railroad is the rail line ts Fellowetoe P'ark: the popnlar line to (.lifornis and lasaka: and its trains pase through the grandest scenery of seven states. THROUGIH TICKETS Are sold at all coupon offices of the Northern Paoifio Railroad to points North, East. South and West, in the United States and Canada. TIME SCHEDULE. In effect aon and after Sunday, August 2. TRAINS ARRIVE AT IRLLNA. No. 1. Pacifir Mail. west bound ........ 1:0 p. No. 4. Atlantic mail. east bound......12:40 p m No. Ii. ieunr di'Alene, .tsul.a and Hntto .xprc*e. ... ....... ...... . :15 p. m No. 8, Marysville passenger ........ 11:20 a. m No. 10. Marysville accommodation..... :uU p. No. II, Wlckes, Botlder and Elkhorn psses er ....................... . ...... 5:10 p. m No. 102, Iimini mixed, onday wed- p.m needays and Fridays.. ........... 5 p10 . m TRAINS DEPART FRtOM RFLENA. No 1. Paoific Mail, wot bound........ ::,p. m 4o.4. Atlantic nwal. east bound.... 1:0 l p. m No. 5, butte. Mincotea ant t'ul.r dAlene exnmre.... ........................7:30a. m No. 7, Marvseville pasenger ............. 7:45 a. m No. iI, Marysville accommodation....... 8:00 . m No. 1u, Wiokes, Ioulder and pLkhorn .u Passenger ......... ............ 7:20&. mi No. 101, Rtimini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays ............. 8:15 a. m ,J!rlt Nos. 1. 4, 5 and a connect at Garrison wlth Montana Union trains to and from Butte, Deer Lodge and Anaconda. "Tains Nos. 5 and 6 will run between Helena and Wallace. Idaho, without change of car. For Rates. Maps, Time Tablee or Speelal Iiormnatlon apply to Chas, 8. Fee, General Passenger and Tloket Agent, bt. Paul, Minn., or .. . =EDr.TAR, General Agent of the Northern Pacific B. IR., at IIELkNA. MONT. ALBERTA RI. & COAL CO. AND GREAT FALLS & CANADA RY. CO, Condensed JointTime Table la Emteet SepL. 1, 18921 Going West-No. 2- ARRrIYL DEPART. Dunmore..............-.... *7:00 m ±tirassy Lake .............. 10:30 p m Lethbridge ..... ... 2:00 a m Going Bouth-No. 5 Lethbrdge................. 7:00 a m atirling ........ ........ T8:20 a m Brunton . ............... 19:30 a m Milk liver................. 110:40 a m $t ontts (intern boundary) t11:80 a m Sweet Grass. F12:00 p m Kevin.............. ... 112:50 p m li.ocky Springs .............. 1:40 p m !Shelbh J antion........... 12:20 p m *2:50 p m Conrad ..................... "3:1 pm IPondera.................... 5:00 p m *5:20 p m Collins............ 'p:50 p m Steel . ... ............ 8:15 p m Vaughan.................... 8:50 p m Great Falls ... ........ *9:80 p m Going North-No. 6 Great Falls.............. 11:00 p m Vaughan. .................... X11:40 p m Steel ..................... 12:20 a m Collins................... ....... 2:00 a n 4Pondera.................. *8:40 a m Conrad..................... 5:00 a m iShelby Junction........ *:00 am 1:80 a m .ocky dprings .............. :2 a m tKesin...................... $8: i Sweet Girass (inter. baun.) t9:00 a m ,'Coutts, 19:50 a m Milk River................. t10:40 a m Ir ta en.................... $11:25 am Stirling ............. ....... $12:53 p m Lethrid~re ..... ......... #2:10 p u Going East-No. 3 Lethbridge ............. 8:55 a m Stirassy Lake............... §t1:45 p m umsrore .................. §4:45 p m Going last-No. 1 Lethbri ge ............. *10:40 p m iGrassy a eke .............. *2:00 a m ' inmore................ '5:40a s t ,Daily. (Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Mllleals. I)Daily except tunday. C 'I rongi: trains leave tireat Fills. Sunday, Tuesday and Thuroday. at 11 p. s t. Through trains lv hbridge, Monday, Wednesday and r riday at 7 a. m. CON NOCITTONS. Canadian Pacfic Railway-Trains leave Dun- I more junction: for Atlantic Coast at 10:25 a. m. For Pacific Coast at 0:02 p. nm. Great Northern Pailway--'Trains leave Shelby Junction: For Kalispell. Bonner's terry, Spo- 1 kane, ete.. at 1v:48 a. im. For St. Paul at 2:82 p. m. e Great horthern Railway--'Trains leave Great Falls, For Helena and Eutte at 10:48a m. For St. Paul at 1:45 p, m. Macleood and Pincher ('reek-Stage leaves r Lethbridge every 'lnesday. Thursday and Satur day at 8a. m Choteau Stage for ('hotean, Belleview. Bynum., E etc., connects with trains No. 5 and 6. N. bl.--Pasengrs to and from kalispell. Ion anr's Ferry. SNpokane, ete., will note that close I daily connecrlous are made with bleat Northern Railway 8t Shelby Jun.ction. E. T. iAL'I. (isneral Manager. W. D. BAR(L.A . ijeneral i-perintendent. Ii. MARTIN. General Traffic Agent. .---- - - - -- I ,OT`O'lItE 1(0 ('RC, LITOtlS -I,8'ATE OF SWilliam N. Bnallwin, dcl , so s Notic, is her(by given by tho indoreilgn.d, ad irriistrator with :.o w.l a,ncxd if th. ,etsitate I of \Wllia:: N. I ollwon. decroel t, t thie crolit ire of, and all I:or-uns hvrv:ig ilai acasainrtl the I -aid decosed, to xhlilbit therm witih ile tlirossary voucle.ro witin foar mo:t:lh ateror thcjirst ,o u 1 li:ation of this noti:., to the sald a:liii:istrator .:itlh thl will ,Iteoxe., at tho law: cli ta of las- A w na Iullarel, mnln .*, ( iold blot:k lIelol,,u MOnt taIa, ?h cam I cling th l pin(e for the traInsac ion ,f th,, Islilws of said eiCtatein the county of Lewel and Clarke WILLi.1M D. MITltT, Admirtictrator with the will aonoxi.t uf tite ee tato if Villiarii N. Itahiwin. deceased. OTICE OF EXPIRATION OF TIME for reggtetration. C Notice is hereby given, that the time for the registration of the names of the quali fied electors in Election district No. 2, in the county of Lewis and Clarke. and state - of Montana. prior to the general eleetion, to be held on Tuesday, the 8th day ot No vesmber, 1092, for the said conunty of Lewie and Clarke, will expaie at 10 o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. D1. 1892. The naitis of the seveial precincts or polllug places embraced in slaid Iloction district No. 2 are as follows: Preeinets 3, 4. 7. 8, II, l1, 12, 13. 14, 28 and 2'J, in the county of Lcwis und Clarke. JACiOH L,2OI Ilt , Ileottry agent election district No. 2, l.ewie and Clarke Connty, Montana. Pacific Rolling Mill Co., - MANUFAOTURERS OF ~ CAST STEEL CASTINGS AND STEEL FORGINGS "Up to 200,000 Pounds Weight. True to pattern and superior in strength, toughness and durability to Cast or Wrought Iron in any position or for any service. Gearings, Shoes, Dies, Cams, Tappets, Piston-Heads, Railroad and Machinery Castings of Every Description. Also HOMOGENEOUS STEEL, SOFT ANDO IRON. Also Steel Rods, from / to three inch diameter and Flats from z to 8 inch. Angles, Tees, Channels and other shape Steel Wagon, Buggy and Truck Tires, Plow Steel; Machinery and Special Shape Steelto size and lengths. Steel Rails from 12 to 45 pounds per yard. Also Railroad and Merchant Iron, Rolled Beams, Angle, Channel and T iron, Bridge and Machine Bolts, Lag Screws, Nuts, Washers, Ship and Boat Spikes; Steamboat Shafts, Cranks, Pistons, Connecting Rods, etc. Car and Locomotive Axles and Frames, and Iron Forgings of all kinds. Iron and St '* Bridge and Roof Work a specialty. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON AND STEEL. Orders receive prompt attention. Send for Catalogues. Address PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO., o202 MARKET STREET._SAN FRANCISCO. INFORMATION. Remember this: The greatest line of railway operating between St. Paul or Minneapolis and Milwau kee and Chicago is the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. It owns and Dperates, under one management, 3,100 miles of track. Every day this road starts FOUR handsome, elegantly equipped pas. senger trains from the Twin Cities that run through to Milwaukee and Chicago without change of ;ars of any class. TWO trains daily to St. Louis and Kansas City. The :rain service and general equip anent of "THE MILWAUKEE" i8 not surpassed by any railway in America. It runs the famous and ,nly electric-lighted vestibuled lim. Lted train to Chicago daily-con. sidered the finest regular train in this country It is the Offical Government Fast Mail line. If you are going to Chi. :ago. Milwaukee, or any point east or south, or to St. Louis or Kansas City, cut this out: Leave St. ]'aul B 7:t,5 a. tm., arrive at Chicago 10:00 same evening. Leave St. Paul A 2:t5 p. m., arrive at Chicage 6:45 next morning. Leave St. Paul A 6:5A p. m., arrive at Chicago 7:00 neot morning. Leave 8t Paul A 0:t0 p. m., arrive at Chicago 9:30 next morn:ing Leave et. I ul A 9:1, a. m., arrive at St. Louis 7:20 next morring. Leave St. Paul C 7:15 p. nm. arrive at St. Louis 6:15 next evening. Leave St. Paul A r:15 a. im. arrive at Kansas City 7:UO next morning. Leave St. Paul C 7:15 p. m., arrive at Kansas City 6:00 next evening. SDaily. B Except Sunday. C Except Saturday. Palace sleepers on night trains. Parlor chair cars on day trains. Dining car service superb. Trains leave from St. Paul Union Depot. No trains. Forlowestrates o all points in United States and :anada apply to any ticket agent )r address J. T. CONLEY, Assistant Gen. Pass. Aqt., SL Pnul. Minn. BTUDY LAW AT HOME. T"a mr COURag ix TWa lprLagae Orroepeadanee Seoeel ot Law. (Incorporated.) bend ten cente (etanp) 'or particular to .. Ootner. dr., Sec'y. ile. g8 WhitmLe Uleek. Detarei.t, lh HERIFF'S BSALE-HENRY C. 0MOSES, plaintiff, vs. iliiam L. Steele, as executor of the estate of yary Ann .ckeort, deceased, Martha Taylor eIokert tchwabe, and bred A. Schwab., her husband. G. C, Swallow. Fred. Shimpf, Carlo Morreill, John Derriok, John itoban and Joseph .;'Ielll, defendante. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and eores of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the airltJndicial sicetrlot of the stats of Montas. in and for the county of Lewis nd t'larke, on the 4th day of October, A. D., 892, in the above entitled action, wherein Henry L. Mooses, the above named plaintiff. obtained a Judgmentand decree of foreelosure and aloe ogainst William r . o teele, as executor of the entate of Mary Ann ktkert, deceased, Martha rayloe Folkert Schoabe. and Fred. A. bchwabe, her husband., G. bwallow. troed. Schimpf. Carlo Merrelli. John Derrick. John itohan and Joseph ('heill, defendants, on the 1Bth day of September, A. I, 1891. for the sum of 9$5,0t9.r,, besides interest, costs an;d attorney's fees, which said decree was, on the 15th day of September. A. D., lb9. recorded in Judgment book No. "H" of said court, at page 155. 1 as com manded te sell allthose certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying end being in the ounty of Lewis and Clarke elate of Montana, nd bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Lot nnmber one (I), in block numbered seven 7), of the original townsite of the city of Hel na, in satd county and state The said lot hav ing a frontage on Water street of fifty-one (51) lset, mnd a depth of seventy-three (I8, feat. Also lot numbered two I2), in block numberedl seven (7), in the said original townsl;e; said lot leving afrontage .n Watoretret of fifty-six (51) reet, and a depth of sixty-nine (19, feet accord ing to and as esclribd upon the official plat of he said named townsite. which t.lat is now on sle in the manner provided by law, in the office f the county recorder of Lewis and Clarke 'ounty, To'lgetber with all and singular the tenements, boretitamonts and appurtenances thereunto be longing or in aoywins appertainlng. I ublio notice is hereby given, that on Tuesday the t9th day of October, A. D . 1892. at 12 o'clock m. of that dsay, at the front door of the court louse. Helena, Lewis and (Clarke county, Mon lana, I will, in obedience to said order of sale nrl decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or somuch thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with in terest and costs, to the highest and beet bidder, for rash in hand. Given under my hand, this 4th day of October. A . . 1882. CHARLESt M. JEFFERIS, Sheriff. Dy BAPa- (.1 JOHNSON, Deputy Sheriff. C. B. LEBKICHER, Blank BSoks And General Bookbinding, Mannuraetnrer of the Indestrnctiblo Flat-Opeongnrlo Blk ook. No Extra Cost. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building. S UMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the First judiolia district of the state or Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Laura Wilson, plaintiff, ve. James Wil son, defendant. The state of Montana sends Rreeting to the 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 judieial district of the state of Mon tana, in aend for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complains fled 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 distrisct 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 judgment and decree of this court dissolving the bonds of maitr. mony heretofore and now existing between the defendant and this plaintiff. For that said defendant did on the 9th day of July, 1891, willfully and without sease, desert and abandon this plaintiff, and ever since has, and still sontinnes so to willfully and without cause desert and abandon said plaintiff, and live separately and apart from her without any sufficient cause; ou any reason,and against her will and consent; and that said defendant did, on or about the date aforesaid, depart from the state of Montana with the intention of not return. ing thereto; and for the costs of this sation, and for general relief. And vou are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said com plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief de manded in the complaint and for costs. Given under my hand and the seal of the district court of the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 13th day of ioep tember, in the year of our Lord, one thous and eight hundred and ninety-two. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By L. W. BUnTON, Deputy Clerk. BoTarxI & SHED, Attorneys for Plaintif. "HENRY'S SPECIFICS." The Renowned English Relmedy * INFALLIBLE CURE FOR " NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ne matter from what anes. ('ontains no rein erbe. 'rion $4. Vhuleaalo and retail druggist surply tire demand )epo-itory for the United Htates and Canada., 1 F.ear 'rThlrtielh trrert. h, .v York. 'the lecithi: ca be sent by mail sealod on re ceipt of Inonoy.