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AN OLD WHALING RHIP.
he bark Prerse Will Be Shown at the World's Fats. The old whalina bark Progress, whiob has now reached Detroit on her way from New Bedford, Mas., to Chlicago where she and her contents will constitute, for the benesft of the World's fair visltof, a com plete exhibit of the whale-eateling indus try, has a remarkable history. Bhe has made several trips around Cape Horn, all of them sunoesoful. Forty times has she crossed the Arctic oeean in search of the whale and his valuable blubber, In 1889 abe set sail and joined the Arotie fleet. In 1871 terrifie storms scattered the fleet. and all met die. aster except the Progiess, whioh same back to New Bedford with 100 sallors, seven captains, five wmen and three children, the survivors of the wreeks. She earries six whaleboats, which have all seen actual service, and seh onue is provided with a complete equipment of paraphernalia. ''hese boats are sharp at both ends and ea be driven at great speed by six good oars men.-Soilnttfio American. Saved From QuaraUttno. "Talk of being tied up by quarantine re minds me of a little experience I onse had at Rio Janeiro," said W. E. Briddell to a St. Lonis Globe.Democrat reporter. "I was in the employ of a Boston leather house, and had shipped at Vera Crua on a Spanish vessel, manned almost exolusively by Mexicans and neeros. On the run down the coast yellow jack broke out among the crew, and when we reached our destination we were clapped in quarantine. It was dvring the months of January and PFebruary-midsummer south of the line, and the weather was broiling hot. The au thorities would allow no communication with the shore whatever, our vegetables gave out, our surgeon died, our drinking water became stale, and we were in a terribly bed box, Every day one or two members of the crew suea oumbed to the disease, and it seemed only a question of time when the ship would not have a living soul on boa d. After lying in quarantine some time and matters growing no better the captain wesighed anchor and started for the Horn. The cold weather soon pat a stop to the ravages of the disease and we returned, showed a elean bill of health and we were permitted to land." Bucklea's Armies Salve. The besst salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, ehapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteedto ive pefect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 56 cents per box. For sale by I. S. Hale & Co. The Reason Why The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail way is the favorite: It is the oldest and was first in the field It's train service is the very best. It is the first to adopt improvements, It'ssleepers are palaces on wheels. It runs elegant Drawing Room oars on all night trains. It's trains are lighted by electricity. It runs luxurious chair cars on day trains. It is the only line using the electric berth lamp. It's dining ear service is unexcelled. It's trains run solid to Milwaukee and Chicago. It is the best route to St. Louis and the South. It is the best route to Kansas City and the West. It runs four daily trains to Milwaukee and Chicago. It runs two daily trains to St. Louis and Kansas City. It is the Government Fast Mail Route. It is popularly styled the "Old Reliable." It furnishes safety, comfort and speed to patrons. For information as to the lowest rates to all points in the United States and Canada via "The Milwaukee," apply to any Coupon 'Ticket Agent, or to J. T. CONLEY, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, St. Paul. Minn. Going East-Save Time. Going to Chicago and east your short quick route is via St. Paul and "TheNorth weatein Line." Leave Butte 6:45 a. m., Helena 10:15 a. m. to-day, reach St. Paul 6:55 a. m. second day, connecting with fast day train of "The Northwestern Line" leaving St. Paul 8:00 a. i. daily and ar iv ing Chicago 9:36 p. m. same day, making less than sixty-three hours from Butte and less than sixty hours from Helena, which is several hours less time than via any other line to Chicago. 'hibis 9:85 p. m. arrival in Chicago insures connection with all the principal lines from Chicago east, and "The Northwestern Line" is the only line from St. Paul that makes all of these eonnections in Chicago. The Celebrated Fronch Cure, Warranted 'A "APHRODITINE" or money to cure refunded. Is SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE z, to cure any form of nervous dis- - ease or any dis orderof thegen erative organs of either sex, " whether arising ' BEFORE from the exces- AFTER sive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscretion, over indul • ence, &c., such as Loss of Brain Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains in tihe hack, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Pros tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhoea, Dizzinessc, Weak Memory Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglected often lead to premature old age and insanity Price $1,00 a box, 6 boxes for $5.00. Sent bymail on receipt of isrice. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE ia given for every $5.00 order received, to rnfund the money if a I'erianeant cureis lotelfected. Wehave thousauds of test Imontals from old and young of both sexes, who have been pernallnletly cured by thes use of Aphroditine. Circulars free. Mentu icn paer. Ashrle.:s THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western SrasBl ,. P. 0. Box 27. -'TLFND oIEtON. ?nld by H. IL PSerhen A& Co., drugtis-i I1e'o*, Mont. A ITA SUMMONS-IN THIE DISTIIlCT court of the First Judicial district of tihe stat" of Montllna, in and for thu county of Lewis and Clarke.. ia.l t ,. itnhn , plainti i, xcu. unc ts d). 'of tlev e s Ies-ver 'ir':t r. an ( ha.a es It. ('our ti·, a:iled, srtnte ,f ti·, co ate or,[ dwin H. '.1 s es llt l dec.a",sd. ,si-f ns,-.ast, The ianto of nlouteca '-tiols greeting to thg al, nassllesi eot dtentanit : Y'ol are lroby reolud ed to appear in arn ar'tisrl isr,,ciht aozainet you by t.i. abhove nsanosd p;ciatitl in the disitrio court of tic s, ilest iulltail d..tl cr of thi chtt of Mslrtalh, ir allnt lr tse otnty if Lewis and (clarke, ari t, aitewr tihe eonisatntt fieid therren.witlin ten day.- l t c ola e tfI this- ay of aervic) af ther ecr·i c, ti ,t, of t1is btllll mout , iflervod wtticn tisi' csiot. otr. it ts,,F r d nout 's thin coaty, bIe wreithn tliInte lb t withic twenlty deay. otl,rwi,-a rwt5l0 for y datl. or juldge.trll, by rdefaulL wiil t. Isac., u aci!nst yos accorlimng tt is pulsrae of sir ilts . olainil. 'JIie saihl acti,on . brmglt to, baist der,., of this court for thi re.e,, t on-f a cin tlais n dortsga go ie orin'l ills ,-atd c'lltlr ,anils, .i eau cut.d i y. 1E .i tL, :cei 5 luse 'I reut-.. oil thoe tlh idar of IJuly, lel to, -O t.I pay-i t rs-et of a certa st, rss si , - t , ,f th~ alh,, dettsilt lltoo um (i .l.s,t., sols t: !s-ts o- it i ', pa-ti IIaU t nti) paid at tbt,, st-, f isIsI I I "t' . lit IL..' allllo l t that tl,. rnmi'e- , sr, yu. t bli raltl lnore.agoe iy be sold Id ttle Ilo Io'.rli aIlljol t, pynsollt of acil promets ry ao'e, asd in case suobh I)rosoeds arc. si), ., L!tIsot to pay ti.. pefsO thaen to l tails an elttello i l anatlucat 'a dsfendanta for the balnance rer:.rt iid dulr. c. t also that the saim defenltast anr all person, tleill liia by. through or ucdsr th-si:t. ou il tier eaid l'dwn it. ilc tlaen, lSi ho I.arrc d ,.dL foreclosr-d of all right, title Ilasis lien. St..ity r,f reldemltion aitd iuteruat in and to saids taslt gaged Ir, mllrs, and ftr other ant Illter ro litf, as will otor.e fllys ai pear by refatsen a to thn ronlllaiiet o, filt hit-rerl And you ate herbhy notitied that if you fail ts, appear andi an-wr thi said tOllttillts , as albuv rtluirel, the said ptainttili will aplis .t t I, curl t for thr . rtlit.f dsentit ll t In ,aid ' l ti laini siven under mty hand asi this real of tihe dis trict court of tihe Hirst jutiicial dtietrtet of t, o tlat"s of Mdontaa, in altd fr thl - " (.unt of l.ewie alld ti 'lrk. - dod Diet. tu ear of oar il.,rd ,st tItollbtntlle (Court. J eight hutdrdt and i ,ti It-twuo. ------r -- JtiiIN Iii,:AN. 'i.-rk. BY t'. Vt. is-'tit N. I ,ln ty i'larn. IN 8. liepner, Attoroey fur I'iaiat~f Drs. Liebi & C. WORLD DISPENSARY, lam W. oetlaee, ransam Ctty amd Chloege. Ilwe treatd mere eases sueOetally then all edhere similar Is naoe, eemboaed. HavOe estlllahed PERMANENT OFFICES AT S31 Main St., Helena, NOVELTY BLOCK. The rapidly inoresling number of patients in Montana denomd greater faollitiee and acoom modatieos, to moeet which Dra Lioblg & Co. have established ofees in this city. 'I hey will be in charge ofet a da authoried representative, who will report all complieated caes to the head oBae, where comple;e records are kept of all oases and the treatment adopted,. Each branch having its specialist, no one physician and never less than five experienced speoial'st have a consultation on every ease presented. Having thousands to refer to. comparirons are readily made. No experimenting--simply ap plying the treatment that has times withoat number proved esoorestul. This is the secret of their success and the rea.n asuch marvelous curoe as heretofore reportel tave been made after the Lrst local physioians prononnoin, them hopelessly inaurable. Chronic affections whether from early intis ore ins., e, nerral ExcLres, seminal Weakne.a Lose of hlanl:o td. t)philis and uriter a"e'i ns unfitting them from onjoynl any f the p eas ures of tfe, treated sui ertred after ahasotut failtur by others. -!rs. I ieb:g & Co.'s tenuta tion for their unparalleled sOccase in tteat.ng ih IDiseasee of lhen is world wide, and they have patients in all parts of it. WQM 0VEIN. Their spicialist for affections rf women has lately returned from , urope, havl:n at the latest appliances an lremedi: s u.ed n the prie ciple hospitals and is without a superior on the covet. (CATARRW. and kindred affertions of the Eye, Ear. Throat and [Ins, oe e; fu ly treated. and in a manner sa mildly asto be acceptable to the most delica e child. Braces for `pinal Deformities, Club Feet, etc., manufactured, batisfaction guaranteed. Drs. Lieblg & CO. will vIsit Marysville the 13th and 14th, Philipsburg the 15th and 10th, Granite the 16th and 17th, and Missoula the 18th and 19th of each month. aonsultatlon Free. Call or address: Ban Francisco, 400 (eary; Butte. 8 Broadway; Helena, 11% Main. SUMMONS.--IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the cnounty of Lewis and Clarke. Alonzo K. Prescott, plaintiff, vs. Milo Sum mers, Margaret tSummers. Francis Adkinson and Frances i. Adkinson, defendants 'Iho state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby required ti appear in an aotion brought acaiust ton by the ab're natted plaintiff in the district court of the First jdlicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days tesclusive 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 ajainstyun according to the prayer of said complaint. 'the atid action is brought to obtain a decrce of this court for the lorecloinre of a certain mortgage desecribed IL the said complaint, an I executed by the said Milo Summnars and Mlar garet unmmers on the twentisth day of August, A, . 1bi9, to secure the payment of a certai. promisadry not-, dated August 30, A. D. irbi. malde by said Mile bummers and Margaret tSum mrse, for the sut of fifteen hundred dollars payable in lawful money of the United States. one year after the date thereof, to the order el said A.. K. I reecott, with interest thereon, at the rats of ten per cent per annum: that the prem ises oonae)ed by said mortgage may be sold, and the proceeds applied to the payment of said note, with interest thereon at the rate aforesaid from the tweitieth day of lebruary, A. i). Ib0, and costs of suit, including one hundred and ninety five dollars counsel feest and in case such pro ceeds are not sutcilent to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against said Milo bummers aol Margaret Summers for the balance remain ing d eis. and alto that the said defendants, and all perseni claiming by, through, or under them, may be barred and toreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption, and interest in and to said mortgaged premises, and for other and further relief. The premises conveyed and affected by said mortgage being all those certain lots. pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the townsite of the city of Helena, in the county of Lewis and Clarke,. state of alon tuna, particularly described as follows, to-wit: Lots nmb:er seventy-five (75) and a parcel of lantd five (5) feet wide off the entire soutah side of lot number seventy-four (74) in blook number two (2), as said lots and block are numbered, desigoated and d scrib-d on the plat of said towneite on tile in the office of the county re cord,'r of said eouintv of owis :and (larke. And you are hereby hotified that if you fail to atpear and answer the said complaint, as above enquirid. the said plaintiff will apply to the court. fr tle renief demanded in the said com plaint. Given under my hand and the heal of the dis trict coort of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and ('larko. this - day of olt nol. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. nsi AL.l JOHN BEAN. Clerk !ly C. W. But:T(,N. Deputy Clerk. Macses.a allard. attorney for plaintiff. ALIAS SUMMONH--IN THE DISTRIC' court of thu First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. dr.cgi ourman. plaintiff, vs. Mary i. nurman. defenrdant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named diefendant: You are hereby resuired to appear in an action brought against y.u lby the above namted plain til il thedlitric: courtr of the lirst ju'iieiai die triet of the state of Montana, in and for the onii .y of Lewis andti 'lar.e, and to answer the coiiplaint filed tlheren, within ten days (exclunire of tie day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within thin ioumntt; or, if served out of this county, but within this district,within twenty days: otherwise within for'y days, or judgment by defanlt will be taken aanitiet yen, according to the prayer of sid comtlaiut. 'i he said action is brought to obtain a divorce from th, deendtant sry .. -orman. 'I ht the caise of aitiin ailiged is the desertion of toe plaintiff b; thie de endent wi beett rea-onable onuase, and adultery comlmitted by the dlfernlant with a pcrs n untonon t to 1Lh plIattifl at (ial lioun, t.. at diteri tiotes :nknowi to plaint iff. And you are iLerby notiflhd that if you fail to atprar and nae-str the Mail roomplaint, as tbove requrud, the vs ad tI'aitT if will apply to tIe. court for thei r,' ri demadwlrl in iste e-.mllaint. (.iles nndtnr tily hand andthe seal tif the dis trietrcotrt of thle Fi.t j:l'eial dltitriot of the s ate of Montana. in and f,r thLi county of liwie - ad I laks. this lulh day of Itic eeal F ,,,r in the year ,t tour Lord. Slttrllct oer thouand eight hundrel and ( (ourt Ilnety-two. -r- - JOHN BEANeo tlotrk. ily Ct . WL. ,.,uL\. l).op.ty r lr'ir Word. Emith & B ord. Attorneys for I ,aiutiff. 4. ~+ JUST + RECe IM eD. *.. . Two Cars of the Celebrated St. Louis A. B. C. Bohemian Export Beer. TEI IE BEST IN THE MARKET. OPPBNHEIICER & 7SCH, SOLE AGENTS. GREAT TIANSCOTINENlTAL ROIR ýota5 Manaitoba, ýontaaa, ldaho - THE DINING CAR LINE. .D g QOam a ýroan betwean OCie~i b e7 PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR 'ROUTE Pullman sonic. daily between hloe, e. l, Honte ad the Pacific Nortb u r an North Pelrotr and ranlte imntiY THE POPULAR LINE. .Daily pm Train. car oa olant tFnia,, Bleepin Car fDinlng (ac.eDay e.eooh, ep ~n'ourlat nepece and ý, o p .ie YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE. The Northern PaNllo rallroad is the rail line te Tellowetone Perk: the po..lar line to Calitoralr and Alanka and its traine pa thaoigk the grandest seenery of seven state.. THROUGH TICKETS Ar e•ld at all eoupon oaem of the Nlerthern acif lallrea to polete North, Lett oth ad W . the Uted Btat and Cad TIMI SCHEIIDLR. In eeot on and alter Seeday, Aaguet IL yRAseu AS.TVE AT IlRLNA. 4. Atlantio nmalla. oet bound ........120 . S. t eur 0 'ae*ea. Aeeautla and' Butte *ure..... ............ 4 8:p m . 8, Meryalvllle uesu.er ............. ll0a. 1N. 1QM rIllg accummodation..... 7:0 p-i No. 9, Wks.ea, Boulder and ilkaorn Nao. l0l imini mixed, Mondays. W lod nIadays and Fridays .................. 5:00 p. m TUrAIN DnPAlT IROn NLVI(A. 1a. 1, Paeif Mail. wes bound ........ 1:45 P. min o.4. Atlantic. maL eat bond........ :LOp. n o.5 l, butte, Mlmoniaana c~aurd'Alene eNraerya i ... ... u rer......... ....... 7:80 . m Shiae M llule acommodation....... o :00 p. m o.10, W ickes. Boulder and hMkhorn .. . ............. 7"a . m a4mNo. 01 med. Monday. Wed edae nd ridaje ................. 3:15 a. m bes. 1 4, 5 and 8 connect at Gareilon S a nin trais to and from Btte, e. l end 6 witl run between Helenm d Wllaoe Idaho, without ohange of care. Pew Mate., Maps, Time Tables or Special e.toematlno apply to Chas, 3. ee, General Psaueeger and moeset Agent. St. Paul Mina,, or 2LD E.= ~.R.,, , General Agent of the Neothern Pacifi B. .. at RNEisNA. MOI' L ALBERTA RY. & COAL CO. AND GREAT FALLS & CANADA RT. CO. Condensed Joint Time Table Ia 1Eeet Sept. 1, 1892t Going West-No. 2- Anarva. DPART. Dunmore................... +7:00 pm t(iresy Lake ............ "l0:50 pm Lethbridge............... 2100 am (iing bouth-No. 5 Lethhridgo................ 7:0 a in itirling................. 8:20 am Brunton . ................ 19:50 am Milk liver................. 110:40 a m ti outts (intern. boundary) t11:80 a m Sweet Grass, t12:00 pm Kevin................ ..... 12:50 p m Rocky Springs .............. F1:40 p m SShelby Junotion........... t2:0 p m *2:l50 p m onra. .................. 0:40 p m Pondera ................ 15:00 p m 5:20 p m Collinua .... ...... :50 p m teel ....................... 8:15 p m aughan ................... 8:0 p m Great Falls ................ 89:10 pm m toino North-No. 8 Great Falls ............... 011:00p m Collns..................... 2:00 a m eonderae................. *:40 a m CoGrad...... ........ ... :00 a im Shdelby Junction.......... 6: a in :0 a m ooetky prings .... ......... :20 a m evin .... ................... 8:10 l a n Sweet irras (inter. bound.) o9:00a m GCoucts, 1 9:50 a m milk tiver ................. 10:40 a in Brunton.................. 11:28 a m Stirling............. ...... p m Lethbriddge ......... 2:r10p m Going East-No. 8 Lethbridge ................. 8:5a ma b tracy Ltake ............... §1i:4p m unnmore ........c4...... . 4:45 pm GoIng b act-No. 1 Lethhri !ge o.. . . ... . .. . i 10:40 p m SGrassy lake ............... 12:00 i m unmore ................ 05:40 a mI 'Daily. ,Monday, Wednesday and Friday. nMeals §Daily except Sunday, 7' Irough trains leave ireat Falle. Sunday. Tuesday and I hurcday., at 11 p. ma. T'hrough trains leave Lethbridhe. Monday Wednesday and riday a a.7 m. OON N EcTTINO. Canadian Pacific lailway-Trains leamve Dun more junction: For Atlantic Coast at 10:25 a m. For Pacific Coast at 6:02 p. inm. Great Nortlhern Pailway-Train leave Shelby Junction: for Kaliopeil Bonner's berry. Spo kane, etc., at lt:48 a. im. Aur St. Paulat 2:2D. m. Great Northern Railway-Trains leave Great Falls. For Helena and Butte at 10:42 a m. Fos St. Paul at 1:46 p. inm. MIacleod and Pincher Creek-Stage leaves Lethbridge every ¶lnesday. Thureday and Satur day at 8 a. m. Choteau staee for Choteau, Belleview. Bynumn eta, connects with trains No. 5 and 8. N. B.-Passengers to and from Kallipell, Boa ner's Ferry. pokaue, eta., will note that close daily connectlons are mado with (iGeat Northern Iailway at Shelby Ju dction. F. GAL'lIGeneral Manager. W.. 1. BA1 ;LA., t eneral 'uperintendent. 11. MARTIN. General 'lraffli Ageol jlontana UniQersity. University Place, Near Helena FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT, S, Course or lestreostoi: I. College. 2, College Preparat..ry. 3, iuslnea. 4, Nor. real, 3, Musec. 5, Art. 7, Military. Also Instruction In Osmsnoa Iraamhes. Able Inatnretion, elegant bolldlng. Bend for Catalogue to the l'resident. F. P. T().VE. . A. M[.. D. D. WILL YOU DO US A FAVOR? Learn about varnish eoough to be able to take the p-oper care of it on your piano, house interio furniture, carriage, etc. Enough to distinguish between good work and vulgar. Enough to be able to get good work, if you have occasion. Enough to avoid disappointment in it. The People's Text Book will give you this slight knowledge-we send it free. The favor consists in your compelling the maker to put good varnish on your things. You can do i MURPHY VARNISH COMPANY. FRANKLIN MURPHY, Presiden Bead Office: Newark, New Jersey. Other Offices: Boston, Cleveland, St. Louis and Chicago. Factories: Newark and Chicago. C 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 owris and optestes, under one management, 0,100 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 7:85 a. i., arrive at Chicase 1e:teasme evening. Leaselt. Paul A 2:45p. m., arrive at Chicago 6:41 next marning. Leave t. Paul A 8:5 p. m., arrive at Chicaseo 7:010 neat moarnin. Leave t Pacl A 8:0 p. in., arrive at Chicage 1,50 naet morning. Leave Pt. Paul A 0:15 a. m., arrive at St. Louis 7:20 nest screms. Leae t. Pal C:p. m., arrive at St. Louis 6:15 neat evesins. Lean St Paul A 9:15 a. m., arrive at Kansas my 7:s0 next ornirg. Leave v t peel 7,15 p. m., arrive at Kansae Utty 810 next eieni.n. A Daily. 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. For lowest rates to all points in United States and' Canada apply to any ticket agent or address J. T. CONLEY, Assistant Gen. Pass. Agt, St. Paul. M.nn. SHERIFF'S SALE-HENRY M. GRAN ger, plaintiff, vs. George B. Diehl, Hannah Diehl and Massena Ballard, de fendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and deeree of foreolosure 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 26th day of September, A. D., 1892, in the above entitled action, wherein Henry M. Granger, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judg ment and decree of foreclosure and sale agalsut George B. Dishl, Hannah Diehl and Massena Bullard, defendants. on the 26th day of Septembe:, A. D., 1892, for the sum of $1,338.13 besides interest. costs and attorneys fees, which said decree was. on the 26th day of September, A. D.. 1892, recorded is judgment book No. "H" of said court, at page - I am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces or ,earoels of land situate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: The east seventeen (17) feet of lot num bered two (2), and the west seventeen (17) feet of lot numbered three (3) in block numbered forty-two (42) of the Broadwater addition to the city of Helena, according to the official plat thereof as filed for re cord in the offce of the county recorder of said county of Lewis and Clarke. Together with all and singular the tene ments, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise apper taining. Public notice is hereby given, that on Monday, the 17th day of October, A. D., 1892, at 12 o'olock m, of that day, at the front door of the court house, Helena, Lewis and Clarke ounty,. 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 satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder for eash in hand. Given under my hand, this 26th day of September, A. D.. 1892. CHARLES M. JEFFERIS. Sheriff. By RALPH 0. Jonsso~, Deputy Sheriff. The above sale is postponed until Taes day. Nov. 1. 1892. "HENRY'S SPECIFICS." The Reundow English Remedy, e INFALLIBLE CURE FOR e NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS, e matter from what cause Contains no min eals. Price Ei. Whulesale and retail druggists supply the demand. Depositury for the United States and Canada, 18 East Thirtieth street. New York, ' he Specifie can be sent by mail sealed on re ceipt of money. XNos. A Weekly Feast. Capital bill-of-fare. 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Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure ant sale issued out of the district coourt of the First Judicial d:etriot of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on the 4th day of October, A. D., 1891. in the above entitled action, wherein Henry C. Moses, the above named plaintiff. obtained a Judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against William i. fiteele, as executor of the estate of Mary Ann Eckert, deoeased, Martha Taylor Eokert Schwab., and Fred. A. Schwabe. her husband, 0. C. twallow. Fred. echimpf Carlo Morrelli. John Derrick, John iohan and Joseph (O'Nill, defendants, on the l1th day of September. A. L, 189B, for the sum of $S,.O.l0, besides interest, costs ald attorney's fees, which said decree was, on the 15ta day of September. A.D., 1892, recorded in Judgment book he. H" of said court. at page 1551. I asm com mended to sell all those certain lots. piecee or parcels of land. situate. lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clerke elate of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Lot number one (1), in block numbered seven (7), of the original townsite of the oity of Hel ena, in said county and state The said lot hav ing a frontage on Water street of fift-one (51) feet, end a depth of seventy-three (738 feet. Also lot numbered two (J), in block numbered seven (7), in the said erigtnal townsite; said lot having a frontage on Water street of fifty-six (51) feet, and a depth of sixty-nine (89) feet accord ing to and as teecribed upen the official plat ef the said named townsite. which plat is now on file in the manner provided by law, in the office of the county recorder of Lowie and Clarke county, Together with all and singular the tenements, hereJitaments and appurtenanees therennto be longing or in anywise appertanimg. i-nblic notice is hereby given, that on Tuesda the 21th day of October. A. D.. 1892, at 12 o'clook m. of that day, at the front door of the court house, Helena. Lewis and Clarke county, Mon tana. I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure anti sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with in terest and costs, to the highest and beet bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand. this 4th day of October. A.D. 1891. CHARLEtS M. JEFFERIS, Bherill By RALPii G. Joanisom Deputy Sherift. C. B. LEBKICHER, Blank Books And General Bookbinding, Maufaroturr oft tke Indestrnuctible ]iat-Opealig Blank Book. No Extra Cost. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building. STUDY LAW AT HOME. tnE A Couua U n To prate orre.oepondoaeoe Beheol of Law. S(laoeeporated.) Bsend ten cents (steamu) oe partlicularu to d. Ootner, Jr. .s tcy. Me. Sc Whitney lo4ek. Detroit. MLd SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT t. 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 distriet court of the First judicial distriot of the state of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten doys (exclusive of the day of servise) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or, if served oht 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 deoree 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, wilifally and without eanse, desert and abandon this plaintif.f and ever since has, and still continues so to willfully and without cause 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 t" intention of not return ing thereto; ao hot the coats of this action, and for goner.. relief. And you 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 coats. Given under my hand and the seal of the distriot court of the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 13th day of Sep tember, in the year of our Lord, one thous and eight hundred and ninety-two. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By L. W. BURTON, Deputy Clerk. BoTmIU & SHED, Attorneys for Plaintiff. AS IIrGNEE' BALE OF BHEIP.-PURSU ant to an order of the U'nited Btates circuit court for the district of Moltanoa the under sigped will receive sealed proposals for the oupar comae of a one-half interest (n'livided,) in and to the Miller & Gotf band of sheep, near Mar tirs lale, in the county of Meagher, state of Montana, consisting of about 11,000 head of sheep: also an undivided one-half interest in and to all personal props, ty belonging to said business, and used in conneotilon therewith: also an dunlvided one-half of about 11.000 acres of fenced land in the Mi aselshell valley co mty of seagher and state of Miontapa. belonging to and used in conoecti, n with said business. bide to be received as follows: On all of the -alo Lidi w 1lbe received upon the undivided one-half inmerest in the sheep and of all of the personal prcoperty belnngdng to said bucinese. in one lot; and also will be received upon all of the land in one separate lot. Parties desiring to purchase said property may mael bids upon one or more of the lots or all of them, ma above mentioned: all bids to -e in writing, seald, ant each arccom ranted by a cortified check for one thousand dellars (81,000) check to be re I turned if bid is rejected. to be part payment of sceepted bid, or a forfeiture of an accepted hbut Infnlfilled Mid; terms of payrent all cash, or half each with motcage on property sold for balnce. hd;de to he ubhmitted to the under signed not later than Bov. H, 1510: all bide sub ject to approval or rseection by the court. 1)e cailed doers. lltion of lands, title thereto, ached. ol of sheep and personal property will be for nished on applisation to the undersignead at ast. dreses below All bids to bt opened in co rt. i erfect title gnarainteed, asubject to purchase. money yet due oniand. J V. J ROUMV PATl I('K KEILY, 4.oseigness. first National Bank Building, Hohts a. Mont.