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A COSTLY PRACTICAL JOKE, A
low a Village Bnrgomaster of Germear Was lWoold eat the eaeslt. A man named Pfetfer wa senteneed to d i% weeks' Imprisonment under peculiar at iroumstances at Berlin. Pfeifer evolved b| he great scheme of playing .a practical til oke on the burgomaster of a village near mburg, to whom he sent an order writes qa n the omelet letterheads of the chanoel-. I or's offee, and si ed by an omotel whose Snmatere was smpl .. ndelpherable. The wi ear requested the mayor to for ard to Count Oaprivi an .intelligent re rt of the last solipse of the moon that oo urred "in the territory of the burgo- r paster." The perplexed mayor, on reoeiv- a Int the mandate, went to work with a will, 91 by consulting sundry encyclopedieas and all the learned men in the village, uno peeded in filling three pages of foolscap ith the worst rot that was ever sprang on aprvit. Uaprivl thonught the mayor insane, ad- er vised the authorities of Hamburg to make tr inquirles, and was thereupon informed that et committee consisting of two policemen sad an expert in lunacy had been dis patohed to examine ad, If neesesary, arrest he burgomaster before he could do any damage, 'the officials quickly perceived that the poor burgomaster had been made the victim ot a practical joke. They re ported to Caprivi, and Pfeifer was arrested forthwith and charged with the heinous rrime of forging an official seal and throw Ing on a burgomaster the suspicion of in sanity. The laws of Germany would have con. a' emned Pfeifer to serve fifteen years of d ungeon life If they had been enforced, d ut the judges were so taken with tile story at and Cap ivi himself was so little inclined a to be severe that they let him off with a slight fine, chanlgng the charge to one of o disorderly conduct., The funniest part of the storyhas yet to be told. The burgomaster takes exocetion t to the light punishment inflicted on Preifer and has appealed. from the decision of the ponur, claiming that his official dignity u tonld not allow him to let the offender let a off so easily. In all probability the case a Will be tried over again, and Pfeifer may yet wear stripes. d A Leader. Since its first introduction. Electric Bit ters has gained rapidly in popular favor, h until now it is clearly in the lead among 0 pure medicinal tonics and alteratives-con taining nothing which permits its use as a b beverage or intoxicant, it is recognized as the best and purest medicine for all ail hlents of stomoch, liver or kidneys. It will cure sick headache, indigestion, con- t stipation, and drive malaria from the e pystem. Satisfaction guaranteed with ach bottle or the money will be refunded. 3 'rice only 50 cents per bottle. Bold by It. '. Hale & Co. Excursion Itates to California. a On the 15th of each month the Northern c Saciflc railroad will sell round trip tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Francisco and return, go ing via Portland and returning same way, $75. To San Francisco, going via Portland -nd returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, ,90. To Los Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering San Francisco in one direction either going or returning, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and ~lan Francisco, and returning via becra luento and Ogdoi, $99.50. Tickets will be limited for sixty days for -oing passage, with return at any time Within the final limit of sir months. A. D. EDoAn, Gun. Agt., Helena, Mont. CHAs. S. FEn, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn. 8500 IReward ! We will pay the above reward for any ease ot tiver Complaint, Dyspepsia. Sick liadache, In I-ention, Constipation or Costiveness we can- ( Rot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictl complied with. Tihey re purely vegetable, and never fail to give eatis action, Sugar Coated. large boxes, 25 cents pieware of rounterrlita and imitations Thy genuine sold by U. I. Parchen d Co., Llees JAPANE SE CURE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of ippositorioe. Ortment in I apenies, also in Ilox and Pills; a Positive Curs for External, In erna!, Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, lie. rent or Hereditary liles. and many other ies. Sases and femaule woaknesesa it is alwayo a great benefit to the general healtih. The firfst dioov.n of a medical cure rendering an opmration with the knife unneessary ihereafter. Thi Rotem, dy has never been known to fail. $1 rter box. (I for t5; sent by mail. Why suffer from tils terrible disease when a writton gu.arantee is poritively ivwn with 6 boxes, to refund the money it not n'ered. Send stamo for fire smple. Giarantee t.saed by it. Id. Parehen & Co.. droggista, sole geente. Belena. Mont. IUMMONS.-IN THE I)STRI'(CT COURT OF the First judicial district of the stato or liontana, in and for the county of Lewis and tlarko. unzoK,. Prescott, plaintiff, vs. Milo Sum :tere vtargaret Summers. Francis Adkinson and Srancos It. Adkiuson, doefendant 'I ho atate of 5ontana sends greeting to the above named defenldants: You are hereby rerired t., appear in an action yrorg ,t. a.aniuit da'i bi tloe ab,:vr nnred plrn' r:t in the district e.ort of the First judicial distrit t ,t hetatl of Montana, in and for the coauity o ewes sad Clarke, sand to answer tre compl.inr iled therein, within ten days (exirianivo of th alxy of service) after thre aervire on you of tnhi imrneons, it served within this county; or, il eerved out of thies conty, but Kithin this district. reilhin twenty dcr: otherwise wiri thiforty dixyr. i.c judgqlent try defarlt will be taken aalanst yoi rcirtling to the prayer tof saeid ( onplaint. 'lire eard action is irotghrt to obtain a deirrir .f tills ecour fir tie lores: onre o h a ertei mnorteages descibed inrit te aid eomplamnt. nit xecrited by tioir said Mlito siulmre snd ~inor caretm. unnr, rn the twrentioetl day of Augtes .* . lbni, to secure tie r paymnt iof a crller nromisfory not,. datlil Au'urieito, .. ed. 1CC intde by said mtile b mmnrs and tlargaret ruilr rers. focr the rlrii of iftroen uandrlr dollnar, ybstlu in lawful moneyof the CLoni:ed ltat, toe year after tie dat b thereof, to tim erie e r fald ,. Ki. I cmsco't. with interest theororre, at tit rate if tean r cinet per annum: that oifi prrerI Per oofvered by eali U irtgage iin:,y ,r oiot. lre. Ihi proceeede etrideto tire I atrent of raiht holt viih iontereit thereon atfe thalte atotesid frler tre twontieth day of Petruaery. . h. 1l., anc tr'os of suit, inolurlng one hu1ndred and nicety. ivte dollars oounsel fees: and in con such iro ree Is are not ontilcienlt tli pay tire vrme. thin tri eittin an esoxution ageitut scud tlio auiuiere an I Mlararet Biummera for tire balance itleain lua d o and alsone the tire ai id-eOrlahnt.l , ad ar ierome claitlug by. tlrrtucl.h or oUil," ther, inns be barred and trtoe of all int, tit,, claim. lien, noluity of rodeorptii. sund interest i fr antd I said mortgiged premiss, anrl for oliher and frirtier relitif. 'h ti ireolees olivesied olri fo~stie I hy haid mortgagir heiin all thore mertain lotse pieces tr parcels of nlin eiturar., lying anti teing lir Ihe towtr sirir of thlr ciy of tIelna, I tis eounty olf Lewis arid c'larks, state of Con otan., pertiolarl t se rib:l as followse. to-wit: l.ots Ilrmtltr eevenrty-Sv (ilt) nds Iltrcrl of bleu five (l frot wire idic,, th ee n ttire nth rloe ,,f lot ntoilrr aventy-tole (74) in blocL neiab,r two ()a, awial lois anl ILoek ate number.d. diei1r5atrl ani d Aerrbed in te pla t if said townaite tn iie ino rhheOtRe ur tpr eoutlry re. eordlr of v aid teei lrlly rir I ,,vi, ani (ilarks. And you sre hbreeb notifierl that if yon fell t, aiosiar and answer ther said oonplaint, as above r,.utiired, the miad tInflloif will spIn teoi te court tor thie erolo dmirsded in thie atl cor gulairt. tilres under my hand and the seal of the di. Orilt eotirt of the First oudiei dtriot of the state of Mllntnia. in anld firm the c,,unty ,if Lewis and ('lerks. this -day r of It in.:, in the year e, our Lird one tlrousand sight hundrel aul IsoAe]' JOIIN BEAN. Clert 1lsa1ema YllacLd, attorney for ilaiuttld. N OTICE OF EXPIRATION OF TIM.E. for regietration. Notice is hereby siven that the time for the isgietration of the namee of the quall iDed eleotors in eleetion district No. one, in the county of Lewis & Clarke, and state of Montana, prior to the general election to be held on 'Jeaday, the 8th day of Novem her, 1892, for the eald eenunt of Lewis end Clarke, will expie at 10 o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. I). 18(2. The names of the several precinots or •oelintesplaeoe embseOd in said election Soneare as follows: In the cite of Helena, the First. Third and Fifth wards, Unionvllle and Park. SI. C. OILI'ATU1CK, IdegIstry aaeont election1 dlstrlct No. i, Lswis and Clerks county, Montans. Helena, Mont.., tpt. 28 1812. Ite isItra tion oiee, P.eyne's hotel, ALIAS SUIMN-IN TJI PITR poart o t lto rsrnt d * ei trl at O he f Ain and lo aeoln Vo ot ese IruMarmaia plalatif, v. Mary If. gnrtaan, defentant, Ths state o Montana lends greating to the bou .e iebty rqed to appr In a acton r*ought elitlE youi by tits &boT namlse.a divc. ti in tilet Oout f the mrmt Judicial tIe triot of otae ,e f anontan, ind l or t counamt u fli e t rein, wlthe l to loetrh iItet e tote eRIFtitve o Le dy of Mr.jo e). RtO.tp rl b on o . thi t summonst I r wt a this of attion airvd out o the deoerto y, of the od lintie In the dc. d ent y rhor ay thoce aettl norty do d , or judgment e y anl willr e ten e.e yn, codinto to the prayer of a CHt A lirt IM.uon to platf. ' e a s hrb ation is brought to obtaif a divoroe lro theaduesnda t. Jn ary . ormant. 'Ihat the S an lpply to te aue ondr antmo ned an the desertion of the trlaintifa b the denlirt udialt ditret o the was oeref uonn own toandt the pountl of a lond, sou.td oirk8, this ionl. ao plaOntif. eat )ouat hre, notle yeat it ou fil to appri m nawe.r tHe woaid iate as dabova rt for the reliethf demandd in t complaint vetn under my hand andt seaof the d tate of Montn in and for the countr of Lewis -- and Clarke. thi A th day of Ocend t Orber, In the yoar of our Lord trlet cr of thoe rt ueigh rit of thundr an 1, tu thare .tabove entitled actIon. wEer od . wants aheOiN B esAed Cllerk. Wa ordmith & Wotorntje for yqaitff, obtainda dmnt nd de ore . rad le againse t eeorg it. sw, Arther, Ie, l'sar Arr lorritaw Ilaon and Ii, n. IdLW roe f dfendoonts on te d day of the district court of the Firt judiciAl district of tIse te f Montr. A . in and for the county of l..w.h sad deree w on the n I clay of 'Lctoter. A. Bi. SM. rorddImon dgment bovok No.amed paintli" off, obtaid ed a j agment and decree of oreoto sre and t a prtaintlo.eo piei. oew, Arthu or I,. soituat. defein and t, on the i onty of .eott Ocandtolr, A. D.le o1. itione, and fondod$ a2, descrnterd follow aees, whi-t aid daret we on the iv ,lay of lot nuber. A. sit. recorded in bldgmnt book No.rm 1i4 of the Isttie ad ctlon to the city of Ilelena, I laid county andt, page, the am commande to hell all oft sidt ct ain lo p tiece or drcel of h.d, addituaton on l in the uffine of of Lewis anrecord e. ate of d ontaa, ein maounde a nd sixthrwo (f. ) in block numbered four (4) of the Iner withte alldand ti to tan city of ltlenem, in, hera county and apl,te, uthe e tlreu nthe - est of the same o the fronofficial plat door ma of said addition on til, in thOifeocO of tie county recorder of easd county, being matde a tyar oand detor with all and orclome ingular thell tenementso dherodibtamentd prandrty, or eo mnanch thereof no may be lncan or in anwid. appertaining. Public utider my hgiveand thi at on Friday of Octo kber, A. . t . 92. at 12 (Ao clock . of tat dayt th e f ront door of i courtho e. JHUlOna, Lewis and Clarke e nty, Montahe I will, inBody of John McPheer of and decrsouthee of foreclosure and ale, elWas lasbove dseen about three so miluch thereast of ath may be necessary to satisfymid judgment, with nteore a darkt and cosuit of clothe higs and habest bidder, for, also a watcash inwith his name engravedhand. oivn unsider my hand this cas.th day o Addres THE informationV to AGNESThe Body f Jhn McPHEE, 15 South Raleighost Sept., Helena, ont and south E lliston. Was las eAre twout three milesch every-ast of th watbody wanith his when he giraves an insorder frcase. Addressquirements in toevery re 15spect. Iouth Raleigs St., Helena, Mont. NEWI AND AT RESES SEW A ND BEUTIFU TYE, NEATNESS is prepared two things which every an order from a Circus Poster to Jobpride ourselves. We itire al-g. ready doing the wors for ibe big Compentis of Montana and Idaho, but we still have room for more. Artistic Work, No Delay. Write us for estimates. I5nLENA. MivONT. PROFRF14JONA I (VARI)1. Attorney at L*aw, Money to loan on improved city and farm properlty. Ab UvRNI L BARBOUR. Attorney and Conmellor at Law. MasoniL'Temple. - Helena, Montam. jABMENA BULLARD. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will pfine in aIr courts olf record to the Stale, npiies in eld Block, llelon4, lent. 8IZER A KEIRLU Civil and MI nan Enianeers. U. a. Deputy Mlneral Surveyors. Mineral pat* ants secured. Rooms t2 and 18, Atlas Building. Helena, Montana. DR, M. ROCKMAN. Physlolan, Borgeon, Aocoucher, Oculist, Anrlat. Member of Ban Francisco Medical l ty aelo Nevada State Medical Society. O40a on Main street, over Stelnmetz Jewelry Store. DR. D. L. CARMICHAEL. Diseases of Womeis ad ahildren Ipeoall Attention. Helena, Montana. SPOKANE FALLS AND NORTHERN REAILWA.Y. Sa 1EAION OF 1892. Oa loo18nai Lake ad Sloucan, THE NEW ELDORADO. Through from Spokane to Nelson IN TWELVE HIOU RS. Direct routo to the COLVILIE VALLEY. SL(EiTTLE tIVIIB, BOUNDRY CIiEEK, I'AL r Mlt MOUNTAIN. 1AIRVIFW. TRAIL UICIEK, ROBSON, NI' LOON. IlALilOUIU. PIL4OT BAY, AIN5WORTH, KABLO and all points in British Columbia. Commencing Octil'r 8, i anseng re for Revel stoke Irail Creek, IKooteonai and llocan poiut will leave ISpokl.ne (iln Itondays and 'IhulrlIInyy to connect with t, a-ve (Colulnbia at Northport on T;es..ays and Frida Is. NEW SIOUX CITY ROUTE S a ELAST. a a Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. H. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one 1t of the most attractive, passing a through Sioux City, the only Corn k Palace City of the world; Dubuque, a the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac. d 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 al Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R respectfully presents its claims foa the new and every way desiraby] SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particu tars call upon local ticket agent, of address the undersigned at Man bhester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Asst. General Passenger Agent. THE GODES. Political, Civil, Civil Procedure. FOR SALE AT TH1S OFFICE, $2.50 Per Volume. (FFICE OF TTll IIELENA AND DUT1'TE ' Compan (owninig aid operating the Jersoa lIii' I Iarr, I, Silcior1 coosI y, Mon. taun)t, Ii(elUe.a Mont . SmutJ1. 22. 11111. inl ciiribed sc to If it tilae 1 anti utte iollalllnty cli account or ucslezeont levied on clh .nd day of July. lr5. ith- aevnral amounts rot i,,polite the xIanins ut tile respective share tluoloro an follows, to wit: N,. of Amount tame. (Crtificate. .Ehare. Deliueunt. Iltya Irvin........ 1 2 $ l8 7 E, W. Ileatt,o...... 8 p.9.4 1717 3 1'.. i). iannisler .... II 7,719 2 S. A. Wtallace...... 1 t li 111 0 I'. F. ahuart....... l st .,( ii 8 hi. It. -ainny ..... 7 lct' t It li t it. F. tiidilarde.... ith ) 5. m n r1e, ...t l, 1.1 it ,I- i. . I tllto n.... 1: , 0.141) 1S i .L'. L Ilowila t ..... ,1 11t,0 (le'. .. lowinas. 27 1,0 II.9 id . rs1. C in t keru..,. in 1 3I 0 ll.i i1i sm Miloa ........ 1,7 l, 411 Xi - -t. Ilnlls y 4...... 47 1:..1 1 4: I(ie. untixham.. t4 1,65,1 (4 77 It. WV. la ltzt........ 1 1.477 41B i1 O. '/.ickhcr..... Mli 1.7311 b2 17 Amo a('loin. '3..... Ill ], 1 I iiio rtllta Walk... Ill 1.751 45 111 3tloreacla A. Wihtllan. 12 0,511 Dii il Wio. linton.... ... ' 7 2,1..) CII 'toialsIi ...... .. 172.,7' . IA0) ii, aocilrdslzlr with law .,ly aln strlloa ot 'I ltitt olryt I of aid florck st iler, uL ioe dle. if hieli.t , Siu ,lllr a-v. tlo 1C'th dat) of I chle -I., I', at 1'2ocllt noon, in IC) al dellaaoeot oUrtmisio iad tllitllSllLef im. Ji. I1. lilIOWN. itHcrsary lid a 'nai'lraer. l oom I l'ower buildri, ielons, MoLL. S9First National Bank 0O NULwNA. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 Designated Depository of the United States, laterest Allowed on Time Deposits. (ieneral Bankinr linrMIns ''annaet.., taety Doposit Hoses lor loent, Directors s ST. IAU ltIrI ... ..............., ... Prer lIeet SW. KNI e HT. . ................ , Ii. KIrFh NCIInl A eT. .....A . treat t autier Gt0 . II. llrLt........ tecond Asinstaut Cashelar Oranville ltnart ..................... itoeogrowr K. W. Isti h............ ..........M.erohut J. C rtn............ Clark, Conrad C(rtli t. K. Hamilton ................Carlt.i.t ) r. lt ... Minin and P btocSgrw0er Che. K. welfiL ............. .... Merei ant A. M. ifolter.......... A. M. Holter HardwareCua Aeseolateod tlaneis Northwotern National Hmank......O Greati Flls rt National Bank .................... Micelo la l'irnt National Ink ......n................. utte Serchants National BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L H. HERIIIHIIELD.. Proiden......... t - A. J.DAVIDMo1U1 Viae-President AALION HUsehieiE1 I)..................Csehir loard of Dlreetors: Thomas CrUre, M. Sands. B. i. Huntley,. A. K. Prescott, A. J, Davids-n. Moses Morris, L. S I. lierisflehd, Aaron klershfield, J. Switzer. Flirt-class City, County and Otate Seenrities bought and sold. Exchange issued on the principal cities of the United Ilttes and Europe. Iransfera of monq made by telegraph. interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly attended to. Boes for rent at reasonable priCe In one of the best construoted fire and burglar proof sae deposit vaults in the country. ontana National BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Dlreeteres . G. PHELPS ................... Vire-'Prosidenl _ l L, Mot;ULLOH ........................Cashie S. L, Smith ....................Assistant Cashie A. G. Clarke, Herman Gana; H. F. Gtalen, Peter Larso.. Q. W. Cannon, i C. Wallaa D. A. Cory. Second Nationas: 8DSANK, OF HELENA, MONT. ae - PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. S BURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 i A General Banking Business Transacted. i. D. Edgerton ..................... ..President a .K. COLSP......... .......Vie-President BEORGE B. CHILD...............s.... hier B 0EPII N. KENC.......... istant Cashier , 1 I Board of Directors, y J. R. o anford. C. Q. Eras,, HWH. CW hild, S. J. Jones, A. N. Spratt. Chris Kenck, tI . D. (dgerton, C. I. Cole. Georgne H. Child. NO. 4406. Jelena National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. SHIRLEY C. ASHBY ..............President A. B. CLEMKNTS...............Vioe-Preildent FRANK BAIRD ............... ........... , ashier Interest allowed on time deposits Exchange isse t on foreign countries. '1ranefer of money by telegraph. I irot-c'n a city, county and state secritiest ought and sold. Collections promptly attendod t ,. Board of Directors: John T. Murphy, 1hir'ey C. Aslhby. I. \1. AirAdow, rrant raird, (!ties. F. \l ells, J. 1'.L W .lmn, E1. t,. Mrclay. W. E Collen, Jno. S. .i ,donhall, Abner B.1 lements. . S. Ford, feo. L. Tracy. J. P. Plorte. he Thomas Gruse BAVN1E BHANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws o0 Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. rlIOMAS CRUSE.... ............Prosi.inl FicAhK I. CRUBE.E...........Vice-Presldaug WM. J. COOKE....... Asut Trees. and t4eretar WnM. J. SWEENE¥....I...............rereurer Thomas Crus .Frank lI. Crose Win. J. Cook. Win. . J w,. ney. John Pl.an. Allows 4 per cent. iuteroet on Savings Deposit, .solroundsd January and .tuly. 'lrausaotn a general hanking hinineso. IDraws *zchlang on the principal crties of th, EUited -States and Europe. I LOale in rounty and cIp hond, and eakne 'I, loans on real estate noortgages. U Offica houre from I1 a. or. ti 4 p. m. Also ,n , I Sacltrday and Monday eveninge from 7 to i its --TIE- A merican National CAPITAL, $200,000. ,1 F. C.o POWER ................ ..Pr.|lilent Il A. J, SKLIOMAN..............Vice- L'reoilent 'I & C.. JO1N 4Nt................ .........t'a hier Ut iJEO, F. COIl'h.................. Cee n hLier 4 ,III T & Power, A..I. .ollgmen. . James. tnli..rn. 71 inteoetallowed on tiiie delrtsits. ixfehang Seitai. iiti' *ologht ando st|. Is J. L. SMITH, 4 Freight and Transfer Line' hE, 11 EENA, MONTANA. All kinds of merohasdtee and other trelabe1 Inrlndi nur ores, promll treneered from the I depot. Ousere will roeive prom pt.ttlleia. I CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILL,ER, Vice-Prosident and Treasurer. H. UNZICKER, General Manager and Feoretay. M. UNZICKEPR, Western Representative. GHIGAQO IRON WORKS, " e e * BUILDEIL Op " e * 0 ^IIIU Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelt ing, Concentrating, Leach ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting and Pumping Plants of any --AND capacity. Tramways, Cor. lies Engines, Compound En. n gines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buck ets, Wheels and Axles and all kinds of Mine Supplies. 0 e XEIluslve Eastern Manufacturers and Agents for * * J. Lt Bryan's Roller Quartz Mill and Hendy's Improved Triumph Concontrator Western Ocmnes General Ofme and Workls NO. 4 LOWER MAIN STREET, CLYBOURN AV. AND WILLOW ST. Ilolena, Mnonta.l . IChleago, Illlnoli. SWEND CAtlLSON FOR RIook and Ore BREAERS AND GR USHERS. ("THE 13LAKE STYLE.") This Style of Rock Breaker, after 20 years' practical test, has proved to be the best ever designed for the purpose of Breaking Quartz, Emery, Gold and Silver Ores And all hard or brittle substances, also for making RAILROAD BALLAST OR CONCRETE. Our adjustable toggle block [Pat. No. 227,5541 enables us to adjust the machine while in motion to the size of any stone or particular product. There are other improve. ments possessed by the machines not equalled by any other in the world. Gold Medal awarded at the Massachusetts Mechanics' Associa tion, 1881, and Silver Medal (special) at the American Institute, New York, 1882. Farrell Foundry and pnsonia, Machine Company, Gonn. ,lonrtana Urnilersity. University Place, Near Helena FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 8. Cnuree of Instructlon: 1, College. 2, College Preparat..ry. 3, Business. 4, Nor Ial. 5, Mtlulc. 6, Art. 7, Military. Also latrnetlou in Conlnon Branches. Able lastructlon, elegaut bul ding. Bend for Catalogue to the i'r~ident, F. P. TO1VEI.I. A. i\l.. D. D. Room NI , Power Block. Potofnsafles ; 0Ill HELENA. MONTANA. A. IPRESCOTT • DEAlE:R I N Marble anti Granlite MONUMENTS HEADSTONES. ulin Inl.lllraa FFICE OF THl1E WOODRUFF MINING company, Helena, Mont., Sept. 1], 1892. Notioe is hereby iven that at ia meetiug of tihe board of trustees of umidtl collll ny held on this datea auno aessu ent of thlee eighthso o ne mill per share was lovied upon the capital stook of said company, payable October 17. 1s92, to John W. Luke, treasurer, at the Helena National bank. Any stock upon whibh said aslessmeut Whill reunll unpaid on the 17th of Otlober, 1892 shall be deemed deliunquent anlld will tbe duly advertised for sale at public nue- tion and un!less payment mhball be made be fore will be old on tba let day of Noverto br, 1892, to pay the delinuouet asseselmeut together with the costs of advertling and the zexpelnses of the sale. JeoW. . Evar, leo'y,, Gold Blee*. UMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the first judicial district of the state ot Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clakse. Boeulah B. Myers, plaintiff, vs. Willis M. Myers, 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 distriet court of the frst judicial district of the state of Mon tans, 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 default will be taken apainst you, according to the prayer of said comsulaint. The sai4 action is b ought to obtain a judgment and a decree of said court dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing between the plain till and defendant on the ground that since the msriage of plaintiff and defendant1 defendant has treated plaintiff in a cruel and inhuman manner, by striking, beating, pounding and wounding plaintiff at divers and sundry times, and particularly on the 12th day of April. 1891, at a raush near Three Forks, Montana, and also on or about the 15th day of December, 1891. at Phil. brook, Montana. And also on the ground that the defend ant disregarding his duties as a husband towards the plaintiff, has been guilty of habitual drunkenness for more than one year immediately preceding the commence ment of this action, all of which appears nuore fully in plaintiff's complaint on fle herein, to which special reference is hereby madIlle. And you are hereby notified that if vou uIlf to ppear an a answer the said oom plalnt, as above reuntred, the said plaintiff will aplly to the court for the relief do* uranded in the complaint. G(iven under my hand and the seal of the district court of the first judicial district of the state of Montuan, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. this 19th day of Sep tember, in the year of our Lord, one thou sand eight hundred and ninety-two. JOHN BEAN. Clerk. By iH. It. THOMPSON, Deputy Clerk. E. L Knowles. attorney for plaintiff. NOTI('E OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS -Notice is hereby given that the trustees of school district No. 59, of Mis soula county, Montana, will on the 29th day of October. 1592, at three o'clock in the afternoon of that day at the office of Lind sey & Wright, in Columbia Falls. Montana, offer for sale $10,000 of the coupon school bends of said district, the same to bear inl terest at a rate not exceeding seven per cent per annum, payable annually and to be come due and payable in ten years from the first day of January, 1811.1, and issued In de nominotlons of $500 each. The said eon. pon bonds are to be sold at not less than their face value. Sealed bids will be re ceived by the board of trastees up to thres o'clock In the afternoon of the 29th day of October, 1892., at which time all proposals will be opened and considered by the board of trustees. 'The right is reeserved to reject any all and bids and sell thesaseatprlrate sale if deemed for the beet interests of the school district. Address all bides to A. . Lindsey, Columbia Falle, Mont. By order of the board Of tretees DR. JO. PIeDALUN. A. ,. LINDSEY, Clerk.