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The Helena independent. (Helena, Mont.) 1875-1943, December 19, 1892, Morning, Image 7

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ebo nI e rperlene havee lde It
o, ri e an like dis . he
Ssold of pe pple iher r
sotoked, will neutralise p ay e s o ay
aist a oefendrae by oulet toio mus
mlel. It o atlo the t h no frut
of lthe par and the plum when of
bide., whose livers are ul brh
:l b ohea colds serving, to elftip
te ritm the body woitoul atter0 dmwhnih,
i ry a the would, b rae the brai hn prookevy
itdd Tllor briV eaboo I and uor sin re
eonvpend indo oNaline trboable. IwhJo
aUG1 an experience miut have Ie to our
cusoonfloftaking pple an with roust
cookedl, wil neulralise eny cmea of chalkr
atter engendered by etingod-Med too much
meat. I lo the t that seuch fruit
troubaled withe nar and the plum whenm
is toip ad without ugorded , di lminive
onverted into. alkaline carbonate., which
tend to heonterct cldity.-Msedicai Age.
o pecimen aoe.
S 8. Cliford, NeHw Ca.ell. Wit., wea
troubled with neuralgia and rheumntism,
his stomnach we disordered, his liver wia
afseted)o an e10igri degree, appetite faIl
away. and he was terribly reduced in dieh
and'atrengthb. jsee bottle. of Eletato
Bitters cured him.
>dd**yrd Shepheq Herel8sbnrg, Ill., had
a rlnn.lg lore cihie sleg of eight yeasr'
etandinl. OUed threo bottle. of Eleotric
Bitters and seven boexe of BuokoIn' Arnica
Halve, end hia leg Is sonnd and well. John
kpeaker, C.tawba, Ohio, had Ave large fe
ver eores on his leg. Doctor. said he we.
incurable. One bottle of Eleetrlo Bitters
and one box of Bucklan'a Arnica Salve
cured him entirely, Sold by H. I. Parohen
& Co,'s drug store.
Goong East--ave Time.
Going to Chiealo and eset your shor
quiok route is via St. Paul and "TheNorth
western Line." Leave Butte 6:46 a. m.,
Helena 10:16 a. m. to-day, reach St. Paul
6t55 a. m, second day, connecting with feat
day trdin of "The Northwestern Line"
leavin St. Paul 8:00 a. m. daily and arriv
ing Chicago 9:85 p. m. asme day, making
less than sixty-three hours from Butte end
lermthan sixty hours from Helena, which is
several hours less time than via any other
line to OChiago.
This 9:85 p. m. arrival in Chiclieo inures
connection with all the prinoipal lines from
Chicago . east, and "The Northwestern
Line" ls the only line from St. Paul that
sakes all of these connections in Chicago.
Only Two Nightas nd Fast Time to Cki
The Great Northern makes several hour.
quieker time-Helena to St. Paul-than any
other line- is the only line which makes the
run to Chicago in two nights, other lines
using three and four nights.
B. H. LA~or,.
General Ticket Agent.
Children's books in paper, board and linen,
nioel illustrated with high colored picture.,
auitable for all area, t The Bee Hive.
$500 Reward!
We will pay the above reward for any cas. of
Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia Sick headache, In
digestion, uonstipaton or Costivenees we can
ot cure with Wet's Vegetable Live- Pill, when
directions are stritly complied with. They
action, Sugar Coated. Larg boxes, 25 centS.
Seware of counterfeits anct imitations The
lenuine sold by H. M. Parohen & Co., Helena.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERSI-THE AN
nnal meeting of stockholders for t elec
tion of directors of the First National ...nk of
Hielenas be held in the parlore of the .Hirst
National .ank on the 10th day of January, 1898.
E. W. KN1iGHT, ashier.
Helena, Des. 10, 1812.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS-IN THE DIS
trict court of the First judicial district of
the state of Montana, in and for the county
of Lewis and Clarke.
in the matter of the estate of Henry Jacob
Kenek, deceased. .
n otice is hereby given by the undlrsicned. ex
ecntors of the last will and testament of Hlinry
Jaaob Kenok, deoea.d, to the credi or* or. and
all persons iavin" claims against tt e said do
ceased, to exhibit them with the n- cessary
vouechers within ten months after the firt, pub
lication of this notice to the said executors at
the ofltice of Louis ttadler, io. 18 hdward
street. Helenas, in the county of I ewis and
(larks, stete of Montana. he same e ng the
place for the transaction of the business of the
said eststa.
Dated this 15th day of December. A. D. 1892.
LOG1s ITADLER,
JACOB LOEB,
Executors of the estate of Henry Jacob lenck,
decearsed. ,.,
SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT C(OURT OFi
the First judicial district of the state of
Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke.
Mary Pelle Drake, plaintiff, vs. David Lawton
Drake. defendant.
The state of lMontana sends greeting to the
above named defendant:
You are hereby required t. appear in an action
brought against you by the abvenamed plsintiti
in thodistrict court of the First njudicial district
of the state of Montana, in and for the county of
Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint
filed therein, within ten days (excnsive of thbs
day of service) after the service on you of this
summon, if served within this county; or. if
served out of this county, but within thu district,
within twenty das otherwise within forty days
or judgment by deault will be taken agtasntyon
according to the prayer of said complaint
The said action is brought to d utnin a de
oree of said court dissolving the bonds of mati
mony now existing between the plaintiff and tit
fendant upon the ground of wilful desertion, a
more full sttement of which appears in the
complaint on file herein, to which reference is
hereby made.
Andyon are hereby notified that if yoe fail to
appear and answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintif will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in the ctmplaint.
Given under my hand and the real of the dis
trict court of the .'s tjudicial district of the
state of Montana, in and for the
--------- county of Lewis and Clarke.
{ Seal First 1 this 5th day of December, in the
SJd. Dist. year of onr Lord one thousand
Court J eight hundred and ninety-two
--JOHN BEAN, Clerk.
By C. W. BuuT oN, leputy Clerk.
3. M Clements. Attbrney for PlanLtifL.
OTICIE OF STOCKHOLD ERS' M MEETING-
otice Is hereby given that there will be a
meeting of the stockholders of the Pliegan itn
n and Milling company at the office of said
company in room 21UI of the tiranito block, it
the city of Helena, Lewis and t larks county,
Montana, on Monday. the 20th day of December,
183, at two o'clock p. m.
This meeting is called for the purpose of sub.
mltting to the stockholders for their considera
tion the oadvisability of entering into a certasn
contractor ratifyling a oontract made by t he board
of trustees with Frederick H. Liogham ansi tob
et J. Eilbeck for the erection and operation , f
a milling plant in connection with tlhe property
of the company, to be used in milling the ores
now in and upon the mines of this ospany. and
for the purpose of creating a lien or charge
upon the property of this eome.any for the secur
ity of the performance of said contract on the
part of the company: and for the purpose of
vesting an estate in said Yredaerick . Lingham
and huobert J. Filbeck. to enable them to fully
carry out the terms and conditions of said con.
treot.
'I he partieclar tracts and piece of property to
be ohars with eald lien, charge an( estate ae
daseribed a follows:
The Piegan quartz lode mining claim, located
br J. A. .tmple on the 28th day of tepteomb.r.
11-7, situated. on the souti side of I ry lPork,
l~il ai gulch, in Stemple mining district. I eeis
and Csekesgoenty, Montana, certificate of loca.
on of which eald claim i. recorded in hook
" of lode laims at peae 7, of the resnrd of
Lewis and Clarke ounoty. sontana.
Also the I'iegan IFtr qoarto lode msling
claim, diseovmlered and located Sept. dn. lelt, st
sated on the sonth of the Piegsn quarts lode
mining oaim about one hundred (1) feet, in
Use Itemple maliny district, I sele and t'larke
County. uontoana: certificate of locatiou of which
ad cllaim was duly resordil in hook "r." of
lode locations at age 18. of the rerui s of I e\ls
cad clar.eOntl., Montana And the usme dlia
position isto romads of each and devrr parcel
and piece of .id property nbove deaeroiod,
hove proposed.ee '
e oarder of the boaud of treetes.
W. M. f . SE'rTI.:8,
(: A. CAMPBELL,
0. '. DALLASI,
D. M. hUT ION,
A Maleril, of the Bard of 'rluetee
Baled Icleas ,Idah. Nov. l.1$.
HOLIDAY GOODS.
Our Line is Complete and Stock the Largest. The mno
elegant assortment of Holiday Presents in Helena. Call early an
make your selections, and we will hold the goods for you.,
HOLIDAY GOODS.
Our Goods are all useful as well as ornamental: China,
Glassware, Silverware, Hanging Lamps, Stand Lamps, Piano
and Banquet Lamps; Dinner, Tea and Chamber Sets; Wine, Water
and Liquor Sets, Fancy Goods of All Kinds.
Prices the LOWEST.
F. J. EDWARDS, 19 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan onimproved city and farm
property.
b 8UBUR.N BARBOUR.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Masonio Temple. - Helena, Montana,
ABBENA BULLARD.
Attorney and Counsellor at law.
i Will praoctice in all courts of reoord in th
SBtatoe. Office in (old Block, HSelena, Mot.
i. SIZEB & KEERL.
Civil and Mining Engineers
U. S. DeputyMineral Suorveyors. Mineral pat.
onti secured. looms na and 18, Atlas Buldng.
T Helena Montana.
Kd D M. ROCKMAN.
n Physician. W-rgeon, Aceoucher. Ocnlist, Aurlit.
i Member of San Francisco Medical Society,
tiso hlevada State Medical Society. Office on
SMain street, over Steinmetz Jewelry Store.
r R. D. L. CARMICHAEL.
t Diseasee of Women and Children Special
Attention.
Helena, Montana.
Montana University.
ic
Lt
a
isd
UIniversity Place, Near Helna
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 8.
i Course of lastruotlonl 1. College. 2,
. ellege Preparatory. 3. Buslnes. 4, Nor.
rmaal. 5, Muslo. 6, Art. 7, Military. Also
b- Instruotlean i Common lranehbe. Able
a- Instruetlon, elegant bulldlar.
d Send for Catalo.ao to the President.
F. P. TOWER. A. NI.. D. D.
i . PRESCOTT
i 4DKALtR ItNr
Marble ant Granite
SMONUMENTS
k, AND
a HEADSTONES.
Iron Helena.
efenolig. Montane.
oeU'a . *r e a , ft
ul$ N A * TAW J
NEW SIOUX
CITY ROUTE
e e ERAT. e e
Passengers for the East from
Helena and other western points
will find the NEW ROUTE via
BIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS
CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable
as to time and equipment, but one
of the most attractive, passing
through Sioux City, the only Core
.Phlace City of the world; Dubuque
the handsome Key City of Iowa;
Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac
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 at
Sioux City, the
Illinois Central R. R
respectfully presents its claims fcl
the new and every way desirabl
SIOUX CITY ROUTE.
For folders and further particu
lars call upon local ticket agent, Q
address the undersigned at Man
chester, Iowa.
J. F. MERRY,
Asst. General Passenger Agent.
THE GODES.
Political,
Civil,
Civil Procedure.
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
$2.50 Per Volume.
CIUMMONS-IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT 01
- Helena township.
Ftate of Montana, county of Lewis and Clarke.
-St.
Before 5I. F. Woodman. Justle of the rease.
G. W. !t amosd, planlati, rverans t~dney
Th state of Montana to the above named de
fondatat. gretti:
You are herby uommoeped to be and appear
before me. It. F. %toodmas. a justice of the
peace I and for the county ot Lewisaud Clarke,
at mt o.tcs in lIelena. withbin ten deys after the
coo ,pelton of this soummona to-wit, after Deo.
21, 1 t.:, then and there to make anewer to tle
complaint of t;. W. laylmond, the above acsmel
pantltl. in a civil ation to recover the gUm of
tw'i hundred astl ftt dollare for and yotr
promiue rs note given to the plaintff for said
amouut on Sept. I. tl, dmn day a.er da:e;
and in lefatlt thereof judelment will he ee
dared against yout, biney Pegot. the above
nasre lefetdant. for the suo of two hundred
and fiftyL dollar, and caste of scit In his bie
CZ8ldae my hand this d oof Deemer.
A D. IX 5.
I J 1 am" at klka;q!4Sýt L ;;Ug,
QUIGKNESS
I " e AND ee
NEATNESS
Are two things which every
s body wants when he gives
an order for
Job PriRtiRg.
The Independent meets these
requirements in every re
spect. It has just added
NEW AND FAST PRESSES
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL TYPE,
To its already fine plant, and
is prepared to execute any
order from a Circus Poster to
a Wedding Card, without de
lay.
Work for Minit Companies
Is a specsalty on which we
pride ourselves. 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.
I Write us for estimates
HE INDEPENDENT,
id UELENA. M01T.
Si9 " ~?
SLAUGHTER SALE
AT
Plymouth i Clothing House,
. . . . . CONSISTING OF . . . . '
OXERGCO TTS,
Suits and Underwear.
PRI..ICES A.S FOLLO'WS"
All Woolen Suits.............. From $9.00 Up
All Woolen Overcoats . . ...From $7.00 Up
All Woolen Underwear ..... From .76 Up
Boys' Suits . .....................From 1.75 Up
Shoes ............: ................. From 1.26 Up
Fancy Night Shirts .......... From .75 Up
Fur OverGoats at Eastern est..
PLYMOUTH CLOTHIING ],
Opposite Grand Centrl.. =

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