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They Required Mountains of Stone and Whole lNations to Build. Thousands of years before there were any dwellings on the sites since occupied by Jerusalem, Rome and Athens, at the very dawn of human history, when all the rest of the world was still wrapped in the thick gloom of prehistoric barbarism, a vast town of hareg buildings rose not far from the present eity, on the other side of the Nile, which was dotted with the boats of the na client inhabitants, says Harper's Weekly. A forest of venerable date trees casts its shadows upon the black soil, beneath which lie buried the builders of this city of a world gone by, of whieh nothing remains but the vast cemeteries, their position marked by an avenue of monuments. The famous pyramids of Gizeb, opposite Cairo, on the borders of the desert., form the last of these necropoli. Every one is familiar with the appearance ofthosetrnepr d these strlarge aLt doxes of strictly geometrical form, so vast and so lofty that it was not until after fifty ebiht centuries of development that the human race snucceeded in erecting a build ing of greater height, whilst the loftiest pinnaole of the most aspiring Gothic bel fry, however light and ainy It be, did not soar higher than the point of the pyramid of Cheops before is was blunted by tite. Nothing could be more confusing to the eye than the general appearance of these east I of stones, in which no artistic conception plays the slightest paet. The effects of per spective in these lines of mathematical reg- I ularity are most bizar e-huge rare trian gles, the outlines shortened or lengthened, marked out like a diagram by the sun into flat bands of light and shade, the efleection n the sand of the four mighty angles vary ng according to the time of day, The slop ng sides, which at a distance appear abso utely plain, are, when approached more nearly, discovered to be broken up into a series of projecting stones, like a huge etaircase worn with age. It is somewhat diffioult to judge at first sight of the size of the pyramid, and the best way is to measure the height by climbing it. It is at a cor ner where the stages. which seem to have been made for a race of giants, are divided t into smaller steps, either for the sake of I mortals of lesser stature or by the action0 of time, that the ascent of the gaeet pyramiddl of Cheops is made. We start, pushed trout behind by one Arab guide, and dragged from above by another, with our eyes ftlly 1 oceupied with the dngers of the climb. Completely exhausted, altorether out of breath, and with knees too stiff to move, we passe at last. feeling as if e had scaled all three pyramids at once. But looking I round, we find we are scarcely one-third of t the distance up, and see our fellow climbers looking like scattered ants upon the huos triangular mas,. It is not until the plat form at the top is reached, and the lungs are filled with the pure air of the heights that any real idea is obtained of the monu ment of Cheops. And what does this huge edifice contain? 1 We mast go down again to finud out. The entrance, which was walled up, is att a considerable height from the ground, in one of the faces of the pyramid, and looks like the porch of a cave cut in the living rock. A dark gloomy-looking door opens on to a low narrow passage, with floor wails, and ceiling all lined with granite, polished till it is like ice. An Arab guide, with a candle in his hand, hoists you on to his shoulders and plunges with you into the slippery corridor, which descends rap idly to a hole in the rook on a level with the soil, going up again at the same anudle. This opening gives access to a bare room, in which is a square hole, once the resting place of the mummy of one of the Phara ohs. The rest of the interior consiste of two or three narrow praslages, resembling f cavities made in oak timber by the toredo, with two other chambers similar to thett known as the king's, all faced with i granite, without a ouldling or ornanment of any kind; airless enclosures where no chink admits a lay of light or sunshine: huge masses of comnact lioestone, wrapt in utter night and silence. Luich is the strng. monument to build up which Cheops caused mountains of stone to be removed by whole natione Iof pirple, who perished at their task beneath the whips of the convict guards. A Lesader. Since its first introduction. Electric Bit. tens h is gainedt ra, idly in popular favor, until now it is clearly to the lead atoonq pure mi dicinal tIntic and alteratives-coi tu inng nrothing which perult its ts urse as S bevergte or introxicant, it is recognized esB the beat anI pu i at rnldiclcie for all oail m:etle of etoni tel. liver or kidreys. It witl cure RIk .headiac:.e, iditestiri, con nt,:,rii aiiid d ihe maninai ofrom tli' a" Et: t. :ii ,r:lrotfOn t irarnUtee lwith iail, l:rtl. or ti.,ih ullior will be refunded. Porce tguy bO ceutr per hbutle. old by It. tilaie & c:o. Cpportnitty. MaIter of human desinur am I, F uec, love and fi, tune on my footsteps w it, Cit:es ,~p lir.lda I walk. I 'enetrate Densarr and sea-, ranemrie, and passing by iHt airi, nasrt nd palacr, soon or late 1 kr.o+k ii 'dlen ones at eve y gate. If s.,, :iwr. rnake; if feaatr,., rise before I tiri- away. It is the hoar of state Anid they who olilow me racrh every state Mortali desire, and conquer every foe have death; hut those who doubt or heelt Condemned to failure, penury and woe feek me ii vain anut ustlessl, irmplore; lanswer mot, and I irturn no moure. Jnoa,. J. INOALLS. But fail ye not in this respect, Seize every opportunity to travel Over the Chicao, blilwaukee do t. Paul railway. This is the advioe of Gao. H. HRtmvou~, General Passenger Agent. Chicago, Ilk t!i-i'i rrlt.!,-.ar i. - re:nar iaeriicr t at the re Iro\ral c;rle. ar I hior : cn !live LIAS SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clar ke. Sucond National Bank, of Helena, plain tit, vs. Silver Lead Mining Company and O. A. Turner, defendants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought ageinat you by the above named laintilff in the district cou t of the First judicial district of the state of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the amended corn plaint dled therein, w.thia ten days (ex c;usive of the day of serviee) after the ser vice on you of this summons, if served with in this eounty; or, if seived out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days: otherwise within forty days, or judt r.ent b defaulit will be teken against you, asoeuiding to the prayer of said complaint. 'IThe aoid ectli ti Lrought to recover a judgmest in favor of the plalntiff and against the oefeudaet for the sum of five hundrol dollar a (bjTo), with interest there on at the late of one our sent per month flots the 22d day of SBeptember. 1891, upon a cert.cin ,rin.sary n,,t9 ,or the sum of five hundled dolls 4 (4I ,,, dated at list sua, Srpt. 22, 1D0l, due sixty days f om the date thereof, payable to the plaintiff herein at the Second National bank, of Helena, Montana, providicn for reasonable attor nev fee% and made, executed and delivered by the defendant, the dilver Lead Mining company, O. A. 'Fur ner, its president, the paymant of which said note was by the said (. A. Iurner In conuidtration of one dollar ($1) to him paid, guaranteed; also for the cam of seventy-fve dollars ($7t), allered to be a reasonable attortey's fee, provided for in said note, and for costs of suit. And von are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said com plaint, sc above required, the said laintif will enter your default, take jaudueni t against you for the sum of $ti)0, with Inter eat theeon at the rate of one per cent ier month from the 22d day of September, 1891, and for the sam of $75, and costs of sunit. 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 ('las e, this 20th day of t-p tember, in the yesr of uar Lord, one thous and eight hundred and nilety-two. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. Br II. I. TnoMpn(,, )epity C('h rk. MDCONNELL0, CLA.ItBaO & G.UNto. Attorneys lur Plintiff. Drs. Liebhi & Co. WORLD DISP[NSARY. Man Francieno, Knsans CIty and Chicago. fHav treated more cunes asitueesfully thael all others, similar In name, comlblied. Have established PERMANENT OFFICES AT 1 31 Main St., lHelna, NOV l 11.TY BLO("K. The rardltl ine ea ing nnmnber of patients in Montlua demand ge toer facilities and reconl u lat ion,, to i:et t hith I rs. L'ohiS & to. have estahlitheod o'iicetr in this city. 'Ihey wNll Ib in chaig 'of a duly authorize. r pres'ntetise. who will report all c·Ompticitttdl tlams, to thci Lhald olite., where conupli: e records are kept of all casei a.. d th teantment adopted. Each irantchha\ing its espeiali-t, no one physicia't a: llnever teal thani fiv experienced sneoial'stt Lave a co mt ltttion on every case prevent! d. -la- ing t.housands to refer to, comparl ona are readily madto. No oxporimentin+l- simply ap plying the tr.'at:nent that his timer without nultl:er proveld tlOC toeul. This t the ascret o' their success andl the reas n st;Ot marvelous cuores as hot'lofore retport.t lIave been madeo after the best local physicians pronouncing theml hopelessly incurable. MEN. (' ronic' a'Toct'ona, whether from early india -re i ·na .. ' l lule ' t'l I' +X C 'ee a a s , N e m in 't l V to a k li ,s i s. I.o. io lt,.laulo i, Iyphi ilelia ntsu oter a,'e 'tilnt' ontitting ttnnl froln Onioyilg any of the p eas ur o ,f lif., trratudt anon ritiYt after aheOllltO failure by oth, rs. I'rn. I ieb g & 'o 'a reuita tion for their ut.paralle'led ii.eueas ill t let;llg hit I)isnneoe of Men is world wide, and they tave atinuuts in all parts of it. WOMElT._ 'T'heir spleialist for a te3tiont ,c women his la&.ly ,eturn'd from Curope, having a I the ataist aptDieiauce anti rtenedii' usted n the prln •cille hopaale and is without a ti.partr on tile coast 'CA rARRit, and kindred affections of the iyei, Ear. Throat ant 11 n:s, sue e-fun ly treated, andt in a manner so' mildly nasto be acceptable to the m st delica a child. Braces for Spinal 1),f ormitie. Cltub Feet. etc., manufactured. batlsfa'tion guarantee.. iDrs. Ileblg & Co. will visit Marysvllle the 13th and 14th, Philipaburg the 15th and 16th, Granite the 16th and 17th, and Missoula the 18th and 19th of each month. Consultatlon Free. Call or addrens: San Francisco, 400 Geary; Butte. 8 lroaduway; Helena, 1tih Main. SHERIFF'S SALE-JOHN EDGELL. plaintiff, vs. George H. Pew, Mary J. Pow, Joseph O'Neill and Eliza O'Neill his wife, A. M. Holter and Martin Holter, so partners doing business under the firm name and style of A. M. Holter & Bro., defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and deeree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the distriet court of the first judicial distriot 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 Ed.ell, the above named plaintliff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreolosure and sale against George H. Pow, Mary J. Pew, Joseph O'Neill and Eliza O'Neill, his wife, A. M. Holter and Martin Holter, oo-partners do ing business under the firm name and style of A. M. Holtr & Bro., defendants, on tie 19th day of Septembel, A. D., 1892, for the sum of $1,096.60 besides interest, costs and attorneys fees, which said deoree wis, on the 19th day of September, A. D., 1892, recorded in judgment book No. "H" of said court, at pagre - I am commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of laud situate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: 'l'Tb west thirty (30) feet of lot numbered one hundred and three (103) of block nam eored eleven (11) of the Beattie addition to the city of Helena, in county and state state aforesaid; the said traetor laud having a frontage on '1enth avenae of thirty (30) feet and a depth of seventy.four and tire teuths (74.5) feet, more or less, according to the olltoial plat of the said addition onr file in the manner provided by law in the oflice of tae county recorder of said county. 'J ogether with all and singular the tone ments, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appei taining. Pubic notice is hereby given, that on Saturday, the 15th day of October, A. 1.)., 1892, at 12 o'otock m. of that day, at the front door of the court house, Helena, Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above de scribed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satiefy said judgment. with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand. Given under my hand, this 22d day of September, A. D., 1892. CHARLES M. JEFFERIS, Sheriff. By R.ALie G. JonusoN. Deputy Sheriff. AI(1.NEhi9' SALE OF HltEE.P.--Pt'RiU Alt tuo an order of the Initid States circuit co elt for 'hr ditrit t of Montuna, the undr-r ig:,ed wilo roaniw nentled yrnpuit'i atfir tie utll cut.ue Of i alnO-half inteertet It:n oiivided in and to tle Mlelr & r (lOf bhaunl of t.itl.p. near Mar tinalol. in tie count of Manegher. state of Mulon..t, con-tiin i oii about liati0l hiad of Isiet gine hll Undividetd ons-half iaterent in and to all i.nrs.onl t! .ropeoty bhultoigiig to said hebnlinanr. atiii nrld irl onnnetiron t irewit ei: ate, sIa daunL'iledti iie-l.aif of abhiot i,.t'0 acres or futo ed lnd In the Alusaolshill valley, cu nty of hlonighir anti tate of Monltana, belheighig to1 and nedlr in con:ecti, t ith caid buiinofn. m: to be iirin.d ads eitlovetu: On all of the pro'tye oa a o!l iiioe ,luntionPte in rnu ,ltt i t,. l w i.+ wii, re.i end npeo tie unrdiiide'd onlhalf in:orerst in the heep anld of all of the personi pr per.y .nhnging to ii,i tirloii'', an on', h.t. n.d alas will bh r.ooiied ulipn all of tihe l id in onre,. parn'e lot. I art r d'.elring to purc:let laid propert may Ila.e tiin .ltn one or more of t ie lots, or all of t Im .in. abolve menr'lo.onld all Iids to le in wif ng, orhd. atou rac aceniia.aierl by c+rr fi d cheek for one tuae.i itaollarc l ($1,00oi ct,,c i. tlii, rn turneao it bi f i reoited, to be e part tyrnlmnt n[ eoa ,.i"' it, r a fnrieiture of an acceett d but iiftllhliid aiiJ terms of tiaymnat all cavh, or a na .h clith ,,ortiigga ',n ieropartt eiilt. ir helen', l iv to I~e rehtiltti-td t , ti o rdi'r' signed not .eor than For 5, 18l.. all bids ou} j n 4it t., al,)'i.vni ,r raeactio ly t, I' courl l i, illl'l d.clrii,tlon of lantle. title therrt,. ahedo' i Ul of h6en, and personal propert w.ill bii fire. nalhi.d Itn apliLicat'ir to tihn unlleragle'i at a : dre.'s belhw All b.lde to b oaencdl in co nr. S]nrfet iltle garnart.ild, lhbjict ti, iIrciete Soney yet dae onland. V. )M fPirst National Bank Buildinge.,ll i a Mint . .+, JUST + REICeIzeD. ". + * Two Cars of the Celebrated St. Louis A. B. C. Bohemian Export Beer. - -THE BEST IN THE MARKET. -- OPPEN H EIMBR & ISCH. SOLE AGENTS. SOLE ~tE ., flRACIvIo .R " 0 TUE " n GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTB, Passes throngh Wisconsin, Minnesota, North D. kota, Mauitobl. Montana, Idaho, Or. guon and Washinuton. THE DINING CAR LINE. Dining Cara are run between Chicago, _t. POul MinoaeApollh rinnipeg, IHelena, Butit, Tacoma, Sleattle andlortlaad. PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE Pullman service daily between Chicago, Bt Pahl. Montana, and the Pacitic Northwest; w between Ht Paul Minneapolis and Mainueaota North IDakota and Manitoba peits. THE POPULAR LINE. Datly Exprym Trains arry elegant Pullmao Bleeping ('ar lining Care. Day Coaohoe Pall. man Tourist bleepers and Free Colonlat Bleep. lag Cars. YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE. The Northern Pacific railroad is the rail line to Yellowstone Park: the popular line to Califorani and Alaska: and its trains pase through the grandest ecenery of seven states. THROUGH TICKETS Arc sold at all coupon offices of the Northern Pacific Railroad to points North, lEast, South and West, inthe United States and Canada. TIME SCHEDULE. In effect on and after Suanday. August I. TRAINe ARRIVE AT E.LESA. S1, Pacific Mail. west bound ........ :80p. n 0. 4. Atlantis mail. eat bound........ 12:40 p. n No. 8. Lcser d'A.goe. lutasoula and Buttes exprns ...................... :4 p. m No. 8, Marysville passenger ............ :20a. mn No. 1l. Marysvlle accommodation..... 7:ilp. min No. I. Wickoes Boulder and Elkhdorn passenger ............................. 5:10 p. i No. 102, Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays.............. :00 p. in TIRAINS DIPAnT FROrM HLetNA. No.,l, Pacific Mail, west bound ........ 1:4. s No. 4. Atlantic u:ail. east bound........ 1:;0p. in No.5, butte, Misoula anI (t.tlur d'Alene eores ............................ 7:30 a, m No. 7, Marysviile passenger............ :45 a. in No. 9, Maryasvile acomtmodation....... :00 G n No. 10, Wickee. Boulder and Elkhorn Passenger ............ ....... . 7:20an No. 10 imini mixed Mondays. Wed nesdays and Fridays ............... 8:15l mI Trains Noe. 1 4. 5 and 6 connect at Garrison with Montana Union trains to and from Butte, Deer Lodge and Anaconda. Trains Nos. 5 and O will run between Helena and Wallace. Idaho. without change of cars. For Rates. MapsTm Time Table or peetal Information apply to 7has. . Foe, General Passenger and Ticket Asrent, at. Paul, Minn., or 3.i. D. "-. A..n , General Agent of the Northern Pacifio . U, at i _EL NA) 111ONT. ALBERTA RY. & COAL CO. AND GREAT FALLS & CANADA RY, CO, Condensed Joint Time Table In fOeet Sept. 1. 1898. Going West-No. 2- ARRIVE DEPART. Dunmore.............. ... 7:0 in m iGrasey Lake ... 10:0 p m Lte thbidges .. ........ 2:00 am Going Booth-No. 5 Letlbridge .................... 7:00 a in Stirling ..................... 8:20 a in runton.................. 9:50 a m Milk River ................. 10:U0a m kt outts (intern. boundary) t11:0 a sm Sweet Grass. t12:00 p m Revin .................. .. t12:50 p m ocky rings ............. :4 pm rhelby Junction...:..0..... 2:20 p m T2:50 p m etnra*d. ....... . 3:40 p m ,Pondera ................... *5:00 pm '5:20 p m Collins.................... 06:50 p m Steel.................... '8:15 p m Vaeghan.................... '8:50 pm Great nalls..... ...... *9:80 p m toingr North-No. -- "0:-0 .ii' Great Falls ........ ......... 11 Vaugnbhn........................ *11:40 pm el .................... *12:20 a m Collins..................... "2:01 a m WPondera................ . '3:10 a m 'onrad................. ... »5:0 a n Ibhelhy Junction........... *0:00 a 10 a m lokya dSprings ':..........20 am i evit .... ............ ...... &l:10 a mn Sweet Birass (inter. bound.) 09:00 a mn Ri(l tt, '191:5 0am Ali1k River................. 110:40 a m Brunton .................... t11:25 a m btirling . . . ... t12:55 p m Lethhridge .................. 2:10 p m Going ast--No. 3 I ethbridge........ ........ b8:55 a m t(rna'y I ake ............... §12:45 p m Dnnmro.r ................ §4:41m5 Gofting alt--No. 1- lam l.ethbri !go .................. "10:40 p m rasy i aks ............... *2:O a m linmore............ .. 5:40 a m liDaily. oMonday, Wednesday and Friday. Mieals E l)aily exrcept Sundaly. 'hroeugh trains leave Great Falls, Sunday, Tuesday rnat ''hntrtday,. at II p. in. 'ihrouulm train. Ihave I ethbridge, Monday, Wednesday and I riday at 7 a. m. otlNNz(trItnx. Canadian 'scitie italway --'rains leave Dun more junction: for Atlantic Coast at 10:25 a. in. for l'rifie Coast at 11:02 p. m. Great Northern Fiailway- 'Irains leave ihelby Junction: L or Kalispell. Bonner's .eorry. hpo kon',, etc.. at 1l:48 a. mv. For St. Paulat 2:21 p.m. Great Northern Railway -'rains leave Great Falls. For elena and Butte at 10:42 a m. For St. Panl ant 1:45 p. m. Maclocl and Pincher Croeek--etage leaves Lethbridg oevery lnuesday, Thursday and Satur day at a. inm. Chottea Stage for Chotean, Bellcview, Eynnm, etc., connects with trains No. 5 and 0. N. Ii--Plassengtrs to and from ialispell, Ion ner'e Ferry. Slpokane, eta. will note that close daily connectihons are mide wirth leat Northern liailwny at Shelby .1:ut ction. E1'. T(AI,'., General Manager. W. D. BAr(iLA s, General unpertntendeont HIN.ARTIN. G1eneral Traffic Agent. OTI('E TO CRED.TORS--TSTAT, OP William N. Baldwin, sisteose i. notlis is hereby given by the :,dersitn.id, ad2 rninistratcr with t I ar tilllOXted of the estate of Wiihisat N. l twin. deceased. to the creTdit ors of, and all pevr ons h:.xlntg lalre againit the nR.d dereseed, to enhibit them with tlhe Inscenary vouch..RI, witlin four mnusths after the n.rst pub litatiuc of this notice, to the said administrator with th,: will nneoxnd, at the law office of Mtis seen Bullarti, room 8. liold block. hlolena. Mon tata, the eame tieing thn plsce for tle iraneaa tion of the business of said estatoin trcoanty of Lewis and (larke WILLIAM D. MlI'1ht. Adminivtrator with the will annenedl tof the es tate tf "t illiarm N. Baltlwin. docetood. a.aled Cct. 8, Lb2. OTICEC OF EXPIRATION OF TIME Niotice is hereby given, that the time for the registration of the namea of the quali lied eleetors in Election district No. 2, in the scoonty of Lewis and Clarke. and seate of Montana. prior to the general elestion, to be held on Tuesday, the 8th day of No. comiter, 1492, for the said county of lewis. and Clarke, will expite at 1) o'chck p. m. on the 15th day of Ootober, A. 1). 18¶tt!. The names of the savelal precincts or polling plnces embraced in said El,'ction district No. 2 are as follows: lirecilnta 3, 4. 7. it , 12. 1:3, 14, 28 and LPd, in the contity of Lewis alsd Clarke. JACOB1Oh hI. llecistry agent election daltrnct No. 2, 1,ewis and Clarke Conuty, Montana. Pacific Rolling Mill Co., MANUFACTURER8 OF - CAST STEEL CASTINGS AND STEEL FORGINGS Up to 20,000 Pounds Weight. True to pattern and superior in strength, toughness and durability to Cast or Wrought Irom in any position or for any service. Gearings, Shoes, Dies, Cams, Tappets, Piston-Heads, Railroad and Machinery Castings of Every Description. Also HOMOGENEOUS STEEL, SFT AND DUC'ILE, SUPERIOR TO IRON. Also Steel Rods, from / to three inch diameter and Flats from r to 8 inch. Angles, Tees, Channels and other shape Steel Wagon, Buggy and Truck Tires, Plow Steel; Machinery and Special Shape Steeltosize 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 Steel 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., 202 MARKET STREET._SAN FRANCISCO. I - 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 operates, under one management, 6,100 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 cars of any class. TWO trains daily to St. Louis and Kansas City. The train service and general equip ment of "THE MILWAUKEE" is not surpassed by any railway in America. It runs the famous and only electric-lighted vestibuled lim. ited 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 cago, Milwaukee, or any point east or south, or to St. Louis or Kansas City, cut this out: Leave St. Paul B 7:95 a. i., arrive at Chicago 10:00 rame evening. Leave St. Paul A 2:45 p. m., arrive at Chicage 6:45 next morning. Leave St. Paul A 0:55 p. in., arrive at Chicago 7:00 next morning. Leave Bt Paul A o:00 p. m., arrive at Chicago 9:30 next iorning. Leave St. I aul A :15 a. m., arrive at St. Louis 7:30 next moraing. Leave St. Paul C 7:15 p. m., arrive at St. Louis 8:15 next evening. Leave t. Peaul A 9:15 a. n., arrive at Kansa City 7:00 next morning. Leave St. Paul (' 7:15 p. m., arrive at Eansae City 0:00 next evening. A Daily. B Except Bunday. 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. For lowest rates to all points in United States and Canada apply to any ticket agent or address J. T. CONLEY, Assistant Gen. Fass. Agt., St. PauL Minn. STUDY LAW AT HOME. TAn A Courne IX ra Iprague Correspoedeaee Pehool of Law. (Inaorperated.) Send ten cents (stams) for particnlare to d. Ootner, Jr., Seey. S ie. l88 Whitney Mlook. Detretol MBa SHERIFF'S SALE-HENRY C. MOSES, nlaintiff, v. N illiam L Steels. as exeoutor of the estate of Mary Ann Eckert. deceased, Martha Taylor Eokert Schwabe, and bred A. Schwabe, her husband, G. C. Swallow. Fred. Sehimpt. Carlo Morrelli John Derrick, John ohban and Joseph t'heill, defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of saleand decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district coort of the First Judicial district of the state of Montana. is and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on the 4th day of October. A. d., 1e89. in the above entitled action, wherein Henry C. Moses, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against \illiam 1,. btele, as executor of the estate of Msary Aln knkert deceased, Martha Taylor Eckert Schwabe. and Fred. A. nchwabih, her husband, G. C. bwallow. Fred. Schimpf, Carlo Morrelli. John Derrick, John tohban and IJoseph ()'.eill, defendants, on the lith day of beptember. A. i, 1892. for the sum of $*5,rc9.tO. besides interest, costs and attorney's fere, which said decree was, on the 15tit day of September. A. D., Ib92, recorded in Judgment book 1o. H" of said court, at page 155. I are com manded t sei all those certain lots. pieces or parcels of land. situate. lying and being in the county of Lewis andt Clarke. state of Montana, andbonnded and described as followe. to-wit: Lot number one (I), in block lmbered seven (7), of the original townoite of the city of Hel ens, in said county and state The said lot hav Sing a frontage on Water street of fifty-one (.1) feet, and a depth of seventy-three i73 festt. Also lot numbered two (2), in block numbered Sseven (7), in the said original townsuse; said lot having a frontage ,n Watr stret of fifty-six (5i) feet, and a depth of sixty-nine (U6) feet accord ing to and as sescribrd upon the official plat of the said named townoite. which plat is now on file in the manner provided by law, in the office of the county recorder of Lewis and Clarke o cCunty. logether with all and singular the tenements, heresitaments and appuortenancea thereunto be Slongiu or in anywiso appertaining. tI oblic notice is hereby given, that on Tuesday the -Sth day of Octouer. A. i) . 189,. at 12 o'clock m. of thatdloy. at the front door of the court honue. Helena, Lewi' and t larke county, kon Stana, I will,. in obedience to said order of sale i and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above sdescribed proMperty, or ho much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with in terest and costs, to the htghest and best bidder, for cash in hand. (iiven under my hand. this 4th day of October, A. I. 1892, CHARLES M. JEFFF.RIS, Sheriff. By RAhrn i. JourtOU, Deputy Sheriff. C, B. LEBKICHER, Blane Books And General. Bookbinding, Manufactlrer of the Indestructlble Flst-Opseing Blank Book. No Extra Cost. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building. S UMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Laura Wilson, plaintiff, vs. James Wil. son, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting 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 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, 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 matri 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 anuse, desert and abandon this plaintiff, and ever sines has, and still continues so to willfully and without canse desert and abandon said plaintiff, and live separately and apart from her without any sufficient cause; or 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 action, and for general relief. And von are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said oom plaint, as above required, the said plaintil 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 jouieial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 13th day of 8iep tember, in the year of our Lord, one thous. and eight hundred and ninety-two. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By L. W. BURTON, Deputy Clerk. BoTXra & SHED, Attorneys for Plaintiff. "HENRY'S SPECIFICS." The Renowned English Remedy. " INFALLIBLE CURE FOR B NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS, Ne matter from what canose . (Cotains no min rale. Price $1. WVholesale and retail druggists asuply the demand. lhpo.itory for thi Unitedl tates and Canada, 13 Fast 'l'hlirtieth treet. Newv York. I ho Specific can be sent by mail sealed on re ceipt of money.