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Defined in a Dselsloeby the Ots of WAsm. oTow, Nov. 20.-The court of claims to-day lave a decision favorable to ti the Poaifi Mail t Steamship company in its suit aRainst the Untlled tates to recover $178,588 additional compensation for con veyance from Oct. 9, 1875, to Sept. 26, 1885, of malls from San Francisco to New Zea- ti land, New South Wales, Queensland and Vietoria, otherwise the Australian colonies, upon the ground that the company had not been paid full sea postage on letters, and had been paid nothing on other artiloes contained in the mails referred to. The findings of the court, which were pre pared and read by Judge John Davis, f settled two points in the coptroversy which have a most important bearing in the final settlement of the case. One was the definea tion of "sea postage" as being the differ ence between the total postago and United I States "inland rostage," pins the inland postage of the foreign receiving conntry. when charged, and plus all intermediate transit charges, when made. 'Ille other was the cunolusion that the statute of limitations in this case began to run at the end of each trip. Plaintiff can recover only for the period beginning six years prior to the presentation of his claim to the post office department. The cause wae remanded to the trial calendar for computation of the amount due in accordance with the court's opinion, and for such further proceedings as may be necessary to that end. Naval Archltects. WAsINroToN, Nov. '.-It was announced to-day that the most prominent and intlq ential men in the ship building and ship ping interests in the United States had completed the preliminary orcanization of a professional society of high standing to be called "The Pociety of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers," whose object shall be to promote the art of ship building in all its branches, both commercial and naval. The ollicers are; President, Clem ent A. Grissom; vice presidents, Theo. D. Wilson, chief constructor of the navy; Chas. H. Cramp, Geo. W. Melville, Geo. W. Quintard, New York; Irving M. Scott. San Francisco; Gen. Francis A. Walker, Boston, and W. H. Webb, New York. Scruggs' Powerful Work. WAsmreoaTo , Nov. 29.-Happily it appears from unofficial news received from Veno zuela, that the Mijares affair is at an end and the Venezuelan government was si lenced by the presentation of the case made by Minister Scruggs. Mr. Shannon, the United States minister to Nicaranna, made an interesting report to the department of state regarding the Gomez case. Mr. Shan non finds that thecourte of Nicaragua upon the actual trial of the captain who refused to surrender Gomez found he was warranted in refusing. Beer for the World. ST. Louis, Nov. 29.-The consolidation of the four mammoth export breweries of the United States-Anheuser-Busch and Wm. J. Lemp, of this city, and Schlitz and Pabst (with four auziliaries)-with a capi tal stock of $40,000,000 and bonds to the amount of $200,000,000, to supply the world with beer, is a gigantic enterprise which is being fathered by the Ilothschilde, of England. That it will be ultimately ao complished Adolphus Buech, the president of the Anheuser-Blusch Brewing company, says there is reason to believe; and when seen by a reporter to-night the millionaire brewer seemed enthusiastic over the prop osition. 'I he brewers of Milwaukee indignantly deny statements regarding the consolida tion of breweries. They characterize the whole affair as an advertisement for certain breweries. Notwithstanding denials from Chicago and Milwaukee there is a general feeling here that the proposed consolidation is a sure thing. A Canartian Jingo. 'erhalps. 'ITOILONTO, Nov. 29.-A special to the World from Ottawa says the ntw premier, Sir John Thompson, will pursue a policy strong in the direction of building up the Canadian dominion; that he has unequaled abilities for matching American diplomacy in the Bering sea and fisheries matters and in canal questions and trade relations; that he will exert himself in no uncertain way in fafor of a progressive policy of indus trial and commeicial development. New ministerial and cabinet positions provided for in the act of several years ago will be called into immediate existence, giving the premier two additional seats. Foster will probably be ministor of trade and com merce and Tapper minister of fisheries. American Viarnes Recomsmended. MAnnin, Nov. 29.-The Spanish agricul tural council is again discussing the means of putting an end to the ravages of phyl loxera in Spanish vineyards. At :t meeting of the conncil yesterday several speakers expressed regret that Spanish vino growers had neglected to appeal for funds to enable them to adopt systematic monus to combat theS pest. Vineya:ds covertin an menr of ,180,(X.) aerrs have already been destroyoe, I and ;63,000 acres more have been invaded by the pest. The aericaltural council suggests that the only remedy will be found in the propugation of American vines. Baron Hirsch Hurt. PAnts, Nov. 29.-It is reported here on seemingly good authority that Baron Hirsech's right hand was blown off through the bu sting of the breech of a gun with which he was shooting. According to the latest report it seems the accident was only a bad burn, and he will be all right again after a few days' rest. Cold Weathller I, Vienna. VIENNA, Nov. 29.-The weather In this city to-day was bitterly cold, the mercury falling to eighteen degrees below the freez ing point. People in the 5roorer quarters suffered intensely from cold. Free soul) kitchens were besieged by crowds of hun gry women anti children. Biurned Wklle Drunlk. MDDLnETOWN. Conn., Nov. 29-1 hree men and two women were burned to death in a barn Saturday night. The victims were a party of umbrella menders, supposed to have set fire to the hay while drunk. Buckleon's Aroulc Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Solee, Ulcers, Salt lheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and poss tively cures Piles or no money required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 centsper box. For sale by H, M. Parchen & Co. taleiway Conundrums. What is the railway mileage of the United States? 170.601 miles. What has been the cost? Over ten billion dollars. What state heads the list in point of mileage? lllinois-10,079 miles. What is average cost of constructing a mile of railroad? About $80,000. Who built the first locomotive in the United States? Peter Cooper. What is the cost of a palace sleeping oar? About $15.000, or $17,000 if vestibaled. What road carries the largest number of passengers? Trie Manhattan Elevated rail road, New York--525T,000 a day or 191,625, 000 yearly. What are the ehances of fatal accident in railway travel? Statistics show one killed in every ten million. What road runs the famous vestibuled, electric lighted and steam heated train be tween St. PIal, Minneapolis and Chicago? 'The Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul rail way. It leaves ht. Paul at 8:10 o'clock every evening. Considered one of the most cornm plete and handsomest trains in this eouun try. How many trains per day via this road from the "twin cities" to Chicago? Four from St. Paul Union depot at 7:50 a. m., 2:r.t p. m., 0i:t5 p. m. and 8:10 p. m. Are they all heated by steam? Yes. La there any road, except "The Mtl waukee," which fratnbhea electric berth lamps to rdt ke No. WhPs bout4 auaenP r apply to 1fo in oarnttonr as tO oWet rintes to all rointe in United Sthles and Caneda 'via "The Mil waukee?" To any ctoln ticket Iient in the northwest or additee J. T. CorST,r, Ais't (Oon'l Pass. Agent. St. Paul, Minn. The beat line of popular pr'ee.l cress goods in the city can bie fountlat The Iloo I Ive. ALBERTA RY. & COAL CO. AND GRrAT FALLS & CANADA RY. CO. Condeased Joint Time Table I t. SIee pt I 1, 1802. Going West-No. 2- Aail.2. DcPAr?. onmtoro ..........n.... «.. 07:: 0 p m t(isy ke ..........10:0 p m Lethbid.e ............. s2100 am lieing Bouth-No. II 1.ethbrdge... ................. :00 a a Irln............ .i20 aOm t. o aitt (intern. boundary) 911:80 a im sweet t.res. 12:00 p im Kevln . ..... .... .. ....... t12:50 i Becky Spring .............. x11:40:, p m itbelby Junction........... 12:20 p m '2:10 p m Sonrad. ... . 8:40 p i odera ............. t 00 p im 50 pa ol u ............ ......... i tee ........................ 08:15 p m Vaughan ................ . 850 p m Great lelae ................. '9:10 p m S aion North --No. 6- Great Ball s ................. l 1:00 p in Vaughan.................... ... 11:401, ii Stee.l ...................'12:20 a in Coliin . .....t ............ i Pondera ................... 8:40 a In ;onrad. ...... rl:0H0 a IS t8helhBy ,Tnetion...... .... '6:00 a in 1:0 a m Rooky dprjngs ......... .... a 1 a m Herin ....................... 'f 8:10 a m Milk Rier ........ .... 1:40 a eBrunton ......... .... 11:25 a m I Stirling ............ ... ..... 12:5l p in SLethblride ................. 12:10 p m GoinF a et-No, 3- SI.etlbridge ............... o8:55 d m t.Gresy l ke ............... §12:45 p m Dunmore ...... .... . p...... I4:5 p m Gohing I ast--No. 1 IxAthbr 'as....... . "10:40 p m thiraey i a Lke.......... ..... . 2:00 a it munmere............. '5:40 a m I, iD)aily. tMondy. Wednesday and Friday. =Meals. ODaily ezeeyt lunday. 'lreoegh trains leave Great Falls Bnnday. Tuesday and 'Ihuratday. at 11 p. m. 'throuh trains leave Lethbridge, Monday. Wednesday and eridy at7 a. inm. - Canadian Paciefic ailway --rtrains leve Dun d more Junction: For Atlantic Coast at 10:25 e. m. For P'acific Coast at 6:02 p. inm. - reat Northern Baiiway-Trains leave Shelby Le Junction: For Kalispell., onner's terry. tpo e kane, ete., at 10:48 a. mn. For St. Paul at 2:12 p. m. Great Northern Railway-Traiens leave Great Falls; For Helena and Butte at 10:42 a mn. Fo, ~ t. Paunl at 1:45 p. m. (Macleod and Pincher Creek-Stage leavee u Lethbridge every 'nesday, Thureday and Stunr ,d day ate .m. d Choteanu BStage for Choteaun. Belleview. Bynum, te.t. connects with trains No. 5 and 6. N. . -Paaeengers to and from iKalispell, on. aer's Ferry. Sppokane, etc., will note that close daily connections are made with Great Northern Iailway at Shelby Junction. )f EIT GAL'. General Manager W. D. BAIiULA a. 1,eneral tuperilntendent. I1. MARTIN. General Traffic Agent. d HEItFF'S BAh.E--MATTHEI W BOLL°S. M. 8. Bolles and R. F. Bollee, doing bust nees under the firm name of hi. Bolles & ('.. Id aintdfs. Svs. George . ew. Mary J. Pew and II. S Matheson, defendants. Under and by virtne of an order of sale and of decree of folecosuro and sale isscued out of the o- district court of the First judicial district of the t state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. on the l2th day of November. A. I). S1892I, in the above entitled action, wherein in atthew Bolles. M. S. Blolles and i. F. Bolle.s, re partners doing business under the firm name of p- M. Bllles & ao.. the above namen plaintiff., obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure ly and sale againat iGerge H. Paew, Mary J. a ow and II. ,I. Matlhson. defendants, on -the 26t day of November. A. D. 16Y2. for he the m of $98.42. besides interest. seast and an attorney fees, which said decree was on the 26th day of u ovemler. A. 1. 1]92. recorded in judg ad ment book No. "it" of said court, at page -- . 1 am commanded to sell all tlhose certain lot', re pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Mon. tans and bounded and described an follows. to wit: . lie east twenty (20) feet of lot numbered one hn:lrird endi tlhreo (10:1) end the west ten (10) fee: 'dof lot eulair one hundred andi four 1 4) in hr block nnmb:ered eleven (11) of tie Ileattio addi tioe to, the city of hielena. Ihe said tract of land y having a flontago of thirty (20) feet on Tenth he aMenu ind a dipthi of seventy four anl five ed tenths feet (74.5) more or lees, according to and Sdiscribid upon the oflicial plat of said addition. which p'at is now on file in tile manner provided sby law in tIe of.ice of the county recorder of at thie said conunty (,f Lewis and ('larke. in tie elate ay of Montana, wherO tm" saidl proerty is situate. - Togetller w;th all snd singular the tenements, 1w hereditamento and appurtenances therount., be. ad longing, or in anywise appertaining. Pu'oblic notice is hereby given that on Monday. be tie 1itth dvay of IDecembor. A D.I. 18.2. at 12 o'clock he m. of that day, at the front door of the court ll htiner. lelena, Lewis and Clarke counnty. Mon n- lana, I will, in obedience to said order of salo and decree of firreetniere and tale, sell the above described proplerty, or so much thereof a may be neceseary to gstiofy said judgment, with interest and c ,:ic, to the highest and best ii bidder, for cash in hand. Glven. untter nmy hand this 20th day of N venm CHAS. M. JEFFERIS. Sheriff. rl By ItALPI] G. Jllanoilv, Deputy Stnurilr. "OTICE TO CRERITIi ORS.--ESTATE OF N J.A. (lose, decas)d. Notice is hereby given by thie undersigned, ad mirijratetor tit the estato of I. A. t lose, dlrnasOl. to theo redit,,rs of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit theton, with tti neo ssary vouchers, within ft" o Iotltl uttr athe iri t ,lt blteatin of this no tiee. to the tsitd admilnistrator at. the ottit. of David I. Carlonlter, roamn t', Bailey block. Hel ena, iMontnna, the same beini the place for it I transaction of the bu-iun.s of said estate, in tih counuty of Lowis and t tarkt. J,\MrBh P. LItWAIIDS, Administrator of the estate of J. A. t'Iaso, de o nted. I:ate4 Helena, Mont., Nov. 19, 18112. ,,TOCKHOLI)ERS' MEETING-NOTICE 1I ' hereby given that pursunnt to a resolution of the boardt of trustees, ia meeting of the stock holders (tf thlt t un Liver hldlrt, company will be hold at room 211 Power Lutlling. in the city of hnelot. itntitallsa, 'o the t;th day of January. Iltt, at 0it o'rlock in the fretnoon of that daay, for thi tir 1ti1o of submitting to said stoctt holdo,' tt l, ~t ostion of inoSeasing the capital sto: L, if t ihsatid nn River bhleep coltpaty to tien Ihuntdr.d antl tet lotlsand 0 ($t tt( ltllarest and alio ftr the purposeo f submitting to raid stock. Ito sdtrs the tueotion of organizing a now Colu pany. and stli ng and transferring to said con, junitr. . organized, all property, real iand per sroal, owned by tie raid tun itiver bheop com tIsted Ot Ielena. Montana, this 12th day of Novtmbtt , ibt2. H. M. ItARCHIEN. 1lQIEIltT 1' IUSP lt, S'W. KNIGHT, Trustees. Attebt: RnotEttT iRusELL,. Ecratary. TOTI(CE 10 CREDITOR--IN THE I)18 trict court of the Flirt jndicial district of the state of Montana, in and fitr the county of Ltewis andl ('trlktt. Jlt the latt r of thbs estate of John Walker, Notice is Iterrby givesn by the u ndrsigned, ad tministrator of tile estattt of Joltll \Valkt-r. dieense.li, to the cireditors of, itdall peruonis latv itg itsilins again-t thOt taiti dtettra-o,, ti.ft itifo t intoil with the nteetlary veh H r11, wtithhn foir monthsi after the lirnt tbtltlieatitt. if this uotlie. to the adit adnt1 aistrator at the law ittles of Ptatentia ilullard, roout 8, tidd hitok, in tittt city of Hetena. in tti euhity if to- is anti ( 'lrko. state of hMotanait tii mult i nItilng t'e plate estati,, In said county f Lewis andti (larke. Lntoed November 18, iyttt'. JtOItN WALItI-iR. Administrator of the estate of John Walker, doceeaseod. (leam Ne. 1. P r Ueek. eteafie Slaltsh IMELENA. MONTANA. J. L. SMITIi, Freight and Transfer Line IIHLENA, MONTANA. All kind of mershandis and othker tfel a, Ialndulog eor promatlly trsnuerred from thi deot. Orders will rceliv prompt a~itent, at J. Jdeld rg'o dto re.' ,d at the dr'., F irst NatiOnal Bank OF HBLENA, MONT, PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 Designated Depository of the United States. Interest Allowsel n Timtse DpoIt.r Uoneral Iiank,.il tIno sfinr« nle ' a .c tl.ety Dpusit Uxle. fo tostt. i Dlreetnrs A T. HAUSER.................Preildmut K:'. W. KN .tHT'.....'...................<.. 5IF. 'I. H. KLEINHCIUT...... Assstaut uashier lEO. rU. NILL ....e... cond Aeisutut Cashler Granville Stuart.............. Stolkgrower i W. Bach ........................ ilurohsnt J. C. Purtn.......... lrk, Corad , Curt0 , I. H. larmilton.................... pltai-t i R. Alls N............ Minin.g and Stechronw Chae. K. Wells ....................Merchant A. H. iolter..........A. A.lloltor aredware C Asslmlatsd innkos Northwestern National Bank........ Groat t'als lint National ltank ...................MIlumla First National Bank ........................ Butte he erchants National BANK, OF HELENA. MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L H. HEBSH FIELD ............. President A. J. DAVIDSON..... .....Vice-Preident AIION HLitIIHFIELD...............s Cashier Board of Dlreetors, Thomas Craru. . sands. S. S. Huntley, A. K. Prescott, A. J. Davidson. Moses Morris L. Ii. lerslhfieid, Aaron Mershileld. J. Hwitzor. Flret-class City, County and State Seourlties bovuht and sold. Exchange issued on the principal cities of the United States and Europe. transfers of money made by telegraph. Interest aliowed on time deposits. Collections promptly attended to. loxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of the best constructed fire and burglar proof safe deposit vaults in the country. JVlontana National BANK, . HIELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capitai Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Dlrecters A. A. BROADWATEB ..................PresideS L G. PHELPS .................. .Vice-Proesiden SL. mith ..................As. saistant Cashiss A. G. Clarke, Herman Ganet H. F. ialton Peter Larso. C. W. Cannon. B. C. Wall. t D. A. Cory. Secornd Nationa! PANK, OF HELENA. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. L. f. Edgerton.......................President K. COLE.....................Vi.epresident GEOlItIE B. CHI LD................... Cashier JOl.EPII N. KENCK.......... Assletant Cashier Boardi of Directors, J. B. Sanford, C. G. Evans H. W. Childl, . J. Jones. A. N. tpralt. (Chris Kenck. D. i. idgerton. C. K. Cole. Gooron II. Child. NO. 4406. I elena National BANK. OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. SHIRLEY C. ASHBY............ President A. B. CLEMENTS....... ........Vico-President FRANK BAIRD.......................... ashier interest allowed on t'mn dtepoilts E'xchallge suse I on foreign countri, s. Transfer of money by telegraph. I irst-c'ass city, county anti state sourities iought and sold. Collections promptly attendod t,. Iloard of Dlreetorss John T. Murphy, thir'ey C. Ashby I'. \v. McAdow. Erauk Baird, Chas. I. Wells, J. V'. Woolman, E. t,. 1 lh clay. W H.E Cnllen. Jns. H. Nihdenhall. Abner B. Clement., R. H. F, rd, Gee. L. Tracy. J. P. Porto:. The Thomas Gruse SAVINGS BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws oa Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. IOMAS CRUSE ..... ........... rei. ent BhiAN tK It. CItUSE..............Vice-Pre wlenl t W1'. J. (10OK'.......Aset Treas. and tS'cretarj WE. J. BS\EENEY .......... ....Trecasurct Trustees: Thomas Crouse, Frank II Cruse, Win. J. Coik'. Win. J. ti\onoy. Johln Iagan. Allows I per cent. interest on Savings Deposits, oomlu, i.ed Jaunary asd July. Trlansacts a general banking business. I)raws exclsang: on the princip:l clties of the United Stabes udt llurolw. l)tsal in county andl city bond., and makes loans on r4al estate mortgages. Otlieo hours from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Alo on Raturday and Monday evenings fronm 7 to 1 o clock. --TIIE-- - rmerican National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. .. . I'OWER..........................Preilent A. J. NtElI(IMAN......... ......Vl'rlcPrsiout A . .JOHNH)N..................... ... 'ahier lEO. F. COI'E................Assistant 'alshier Directors: T. C. Power. A. J. fisllman. A. C. Johnson. Itichard Lockey, Jaoes Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposilts. Fxchante lsauoed on prinClial cities or the United Ntatee, Canadta andi KEuroliu Transferes f Ioney nantdh by tolegraph. (:olhectionl prompltly attceuthwt h. City, county and ta'e securlties bought and sold, STUDT LA&W AT HOME. TAEA CouInE I= Ipragae terre@peadease ISehae of Law. (laeerporated.) ba ten east fetam) d. Oitner, IJr eey,. , ...__ 5 U.., . I. ] Il L 5le , The New York Dry Goods Store's SPECIAL OFFERINGS - FOR THIS WEEK 38 Patterns of Elegant New Styles, Guaranteed all Wool, in all colors and Black, Diagonals, Serges anl Ilomespuns. Choice, $3.95. The special offerings of Dress Patterns of Serges, ITomespuns ani D iagonals for this week-choice $.3.95-is a knock-out December price. We have to do it. To many Dress Goods and we don't want to invoice them. 'Tis the greatest bargain of the season. We feel good natured-done a wonderful busines this year--can afford to be magnanimous. BROADCLOTHSORE. 54-inch English Broadcloth, worth $1.75. This week, $1.35. 54-inch French Broadcloth, worth $2.50. This week, $1.85. 54-inch Broadcloth, worth $3.oo. This week, $2.35. Orders Promptly Filled. Sarisfaction Quararteed. TH NEW YORK DRY QOODS STORE HELENA, MONTANA. QUI-GINESS e AND e NEATNESS Are two things which every. body wants when he gives an order for Job PrintiRg. The Independent meets these requirements in every re spect. It has just added NEW AND FAST PRESSES. NEW ANI) BEAUTIFUL TYPE, To its already fine plant, and is prepared to execute any order from a Circus Poster to a Wedding Card, without do lay. \ork for Miini n Comlanies Is a spe.oinltv oni which we prido ottr:slv.es. We are al ready doing the work for the big Companies of Montana and Idaho, but we still have room for more. Artistic Work, Low Prices, No Delay. Write us for estimates. JHE INDEPENDENT, I LICNA, MONT. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURN/TURE, CARPET, NEW MUS/C HOUSE. WALL PAPER AND Honse Furnishin Goods House, Pianoos, Organs, Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordions, House enlarged to four times former capacity. AND A FULL T, LINE CF Five immense floors extending through the MUSICAL MERCI-I ANDISE. 'ntirc block. MUSIC L MEC -.NDISE A mtock greater than that of all other Helena Sole agents ftr iteinway & Sons Sohmor, ....e combin d. GCh abler .Iro.. Wo.man.. ~l.son . llamlo,I. Lrigg ('as pu rcBes and Itraight carload ship. and other first-claes pianor. only. jtOrderr will rooeive prompt attention. i W'Low prices and easy terms ]FILEN-A,. * VONT.A.b 'A sIIEIIIFF'"S SAIE--BY VIII'TUE OF AN EX Seclt inl in mny landir ivsuoad out of tho district court of the !hrot judi'cil district of the ntato of Ma.ntann, it. and for tht' conmty of Lewis and ulnrnO, in ti' silt of A. M. IIolttr and .l. ri. }colter. o- martliurn as A. M. Ililter A Itrother, .lait tit., agaitr .st ,lph O'Neill. d:-fondant. duly attsteid tihe 1th day of \rovember. A. I). In)an. I have levied upotnt all tohe right, title anw tintr'nst of Iht paid ,hlaseh ,''..,.l, in and otheofol Iwwing dnscribed pr',ni.rty. aitntald in Lewis and ('lark,' ota:?), tatro of lOlltnllut vii: i'lto.'mr lot nlun br tilly threoe StI3. trurvey intnlmer oi I hutlnrte r. a nd eighty-eight (7n', in townhe-l tec 't10 north of ranlge four I Ii went. Th.ou Atuunt lolona lode mining and milsite claim, do.siinate.t by the nurveyor-general as lots nos. SO A. and 51 It., emhracinga portion of ese tion thirty-ix (::ti) in township ten (tl) north of raulgo four ii . wot containing eigtlt acrne and fifyt-follr-hun allr.ithsf nI a're, utorn or los. Iioar ta mor particular descripjtion of said prop erty rfer.nace is hereby made to 1 "L'. t." yage' ;A-. Alis that certain tlacenr mining claim and tnetlllit.is, doniguatntl, Iv lho survnyor-general as lot.naunbor hItt-thra", tlt o. otbracitg a tortionl of lectonit thirty five t(i) ant thltrly- six 1tti). in townUllhill tote (lit north of Ilang IOIur (1) Rwest, or a tmr panrticnlar doeoritltoi of said properto, rlfo'r.'nnrtn hereby ttradt to book I "U. Anlti Iho want tlirty Fe l foort of lot nulmnbir onlo r itd ;ntlltl three (li:lt in Iiok nlllnlltor tonll it) of the lnattit adtdit on to the city of liolena. 'l og.thtlir with all andsitnutlnr tihn tenotmelnte, hereo Ilt:nltnn and ap.illrllltunno' thorounto be lOetging .r , t .r l .v a tala rla ii'1 . t tio il hr.t give. twat au Satl rday. th hi tint or t'oct'n,,,nlir, l. it. 1I',. atI tih h.ur of the raid aovet detsritbe iropertyr, to tilh highoet biddr for nta.h tib hbad. tii'rot unltcr mIt hand this the 12uth day ,of Novonlier. A. D. 151:L. A'IIILEIS8 Ml. JE.FFIItS, b-ttrif. 11y 1~1t.Hi (;. JutlIsov, lDeputy Sheritl hIontana EL neralds. We have Speclmnene Cut, at $5, o10, $15 Each. Rough, $2 to $5 Each. BSet on Receipt of Price. 0. DeSola Mendes & Co, Cutter of Diamonds and Ireoious Stones 51-53 Maiden Lane, Now York. SUMMONS--1N 'THE DISTILI(CT (COURT .oF thei First judicial district of tho etate of 1Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and C'lark , .at I)' . lt"" lll.n. Na .i. Mtagr..nu.on. N.ary ti roolt. 1lattie it. iolnter and lMrs. ' ('. tobbtt, for tnIrorelvtes and twenty-ono other it enlhers of Biranch No. 151i,. Order of rhe Iron hall. vs 'I he 8lprteme Slttiltg of the Otrder of the Iron Hall. I. 1). tonmrrby. )supre.to justice of the t rder of the Iron tItl. t]allles F. lailhv, receiver: Mire. harah A. \\lioehrrr. cahiier, Andlrew F. Wade anl Jonl Do)o. lor suretio*: Mrs. Johll \\. Wade, trustee, and It. V. t hooler and IRichard lie,. hersuretrlies; trs. Iate (tibeon trustle, and lohlln lioo aind hlrhdrrl teo, lher ourotios. Mrs. Annio 1: I.,enond John ooanu d Ltichard loe., her erltice: andall olther tmem bare of the turd r If the Iron Itall not heroin tmentionod, do fundalnts. 'The state of Montana sendes greting to the abtso naloted dofeldantsr You are hereby requrired to appear ina tl tionr brolrht agrairst you bry the above na.r«r plitin tiftls in the district court rf thet First judicial dis trict of the state rif Montana, ill andl for the countty tof Lewisand t'larke, and to ainswer tihe cruirtrtartt toied theretotn, withlii tei draos t ueit:,vo of tilte day oft errte) a,)tor thet service on youi of tihis siuloues, if serted within tllhr couint,, orr. if servietd out of tlhre coluIty, but within thisrdistrit't tihrt withintt trrrtit say,:other w'is within fotrty dayscor jtldgitntoit by deotault will ts takL'en :taint yi.,, accordring to the prayer of staid cormtilaitt. tio ler alti tin is trught to obtaini a ldecree of ti,i crurrt t,,rrrtually rostralr iIn tlh deton rtntt fr ',Itt ,roli,, it ir or rlt'rtle ttUg t tr OlleOt ally.rry ortrey of ti.r ,ls tiflit u "r any rrf th t,; to It, r t , r e trainu trhe drfetdaut., the uprotseli , Is:- tti:. ant ltI ,( i,,rf nt:rIt F. i`. .tiri Iorby. lte 'rn lt*eut1, n-ics Of tl;,,t ratr Of thi Irotn hall, sdil .lame- I. '.athty. rtritnrt, i from collrrtingor ittnttll.; ig to r lier t anry nlitesr resre frrirted fro,,t It lo tteftr ettil d lt, the aeler ant trlusteas of i i.'i No lh.t ,,itirf raid order, and to restrait per potually tarId deferttttito, tihe carthr aunl trust or otf l;rantrh iti. l.ei of maid order frouti turning otre, tit tttuey or oth.r Prot arty in their ihautdl orl lo rthnlrtrr e'otror , tlt andy l erorti or porsalrr. erort tudrtlr t rtrrrirr orf tlt crutrt. and to ob tain a d,,: ro of thts tcourt dt r eting the sain do fi ndaItts.,e t o cashir and trustr . tof said Branch \t. ttint9 of eaid order to pay all mounoe and othter ito p t1 n their handis atind undelr theMir ctontrol to iet ,plaint tits upon such it basis as this runtr tthtotltt r iritabie. antl for irltrtof srit. And y'ru are hereby notltirit that if you fail to alplpar atit uttor the iaid ctrnplaint, as aborve rittuirtd. thlt aidt lairntille will aprllt to tie coutrt for the rlief ttottilet in their com liwertt crrrdler iry hiand antd ttl oerrtl of the dle tri? iourt of tihth Firet juditial tltnetiot lr1 the Iutate of Montana. in and for the etlciuty if Lewis anlt r'larko, tllil 7th iday l ()tOlt teal utt ler, it thlierr llt lrf orr lord. Slitrlct one hithnaild itlght Itlllldret and ( Iortrt. ninoty-two. - JOHN IEAN, Clerk. Ity II. i, T IIIItteou. , I.tslUy i I rk. iinuley lllaokftrd. attornosy for tldaintitfe. C. B. LEBKICHER, Blank Books And General Bo0kbinding. Mamnufaatlrer of the Indestructible flat.-Openinfl llakL Boo . No Extra Coat. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building.