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Wý Mtaflthitit~c~tat Ii to say, * a'q. fir, who, *attted by a 'Ir dbton t hbo t own r se*1ju aat, to regularla di dvova not been seestabliehed6' 4i t bad been.resericted to the pr 040;e, what woud have bee 'opat 1 O00 petitioner I there any believes that thee. broken union bave been patched up and thee. fmilies brousth together again? ab moat determined opponent d e dares hold sooh an o i. shatterd hobseholds not bese reunited. Clandestine unioaq would take the plaoe of the 21,000 re a e., which woald surely be eatabiiabd b a vast ma Jprity t, the cases whe e divorce was ted, aud the formats 15 new home aths made posiible.--b!( American He view. ___________ The eeklhe.ae salve Cute, he 1ip the wendor ltsever Sores, T~lett Chapped Hands., Chilblains. Cdra~udeA ikiarnptionm, end, poet titetky'ee Plie or no money required. It 10, gusranted to give perfect satisfaetion, cc mlney refunded. PriceS5 seateperbox. For eale by H. MH Parehen £ Co. Union aeelao system will sell. Ja 15, from Neleha, round trip tickete to PilMito coast'peiutc, good going sixty (60) days, good tqretnrn any time within litit or six (6) moathp. at following rates: To San Franciseo. going via Ogden and returaing came route, $75. To San Francisco, going via Ogden and returning via Portland, or vice versa, $90. To Ban Francisco. going via Portland and returning same route, $75. To Lou Angeles, going via Ogden and Sacramento and returning via San Fran cisco and Ogden, or vice versa. $89. To Los Angeles, via Ogden and San Francieco and returning via Ban Franiesco and Ogden, $98. To Los Angeles. going via Portland and passing Pan Francisco in one direction, re taraieg come route. $89. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and returning via Sacramento, or vice versa, $09.80. Also round trip tickete to Utah, good sixty days, at $80. Remember this is the southern and quickest route to the coast. For sleeping car reservations or further informations call on or address No. 28 North Main street, Helena, Mont. H. O. Wmzow. Freight and Pdesenger Agent. Railway Conundrums. What is the railway mileage of the Un States? 170,601 miles. What has been the cost? Over ten bi on dollars. What state heads the list in volnt Of mileage? Illinois-10,079 miles. What is average cost of constructiog a mile of railroad? About $80,000. Who built the fires losomotive in the United States? Peter Cooper. What is the cost of a palace sleeping ear? About $156000. or $17,000 if vestibuled. What toad carries the largest number of passengers? The Manhattan Elevated rail. road, New York-525,000 a day or 191,625, 000 yearly. What are the chanse 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. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago? The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail. way. _Itlesves it. Paul at 8:10 o'clock every evening. Considered one of the most com plete and handsomest trains in this coun. tr How many trains ier day via this road from the "twin cities" to Chicago? Four from St. Paul Union de: ot at 7:10 a. in., 2:55 r. m., 6:8655 r. m. and 8:10 p. m. Are they all heated by steam? Yes. Is there any road, except "The Mil waukee," which furnishes eleactri berth lamps to read by? No. Who should a passenger apply to for in formation as to lowest rates to all joints in United States and Canada via "The Mil waukee?" 'lo any coupon ticket agent in the northwest or address J. T. CoNLEY. Asa't Gen'l Pacs. Agent. St. Paul, Minn. JAPANESE' PELLETS,' Act like magic en the Stomach, Liver and Bew ele; dispoelstrye pepea. Birlrousness, Fevers. Coldd, Nervous Dlieorders, Sleeprlessnese, Lusa nf Apes tite. reetores thre Compleroen; perfect digesti on fotlowe their use. PDostive cure frr Hick Head ache and Conetipation. Small, mild, eas tn take. Large vials of 1b0 pills 15 cents l by H. M. Parchen & Ce, druggists, Helena, Mont. TRCKDtOEDMRK ' MENll Ihttk Mr"IN AN hnal moeetig of the a. J. Reavile.n tom pany sinrorporsted), for the ectlur of ottizr'a end any other brsiness that may amoe befrrre tihem will be h Nlt at tleir office rn vliloar, hat urday, Jar. 14, 1lhtLt C. J. DAVIDo ONl Secretary Are you too fat ? R. HUDNUT'S MARIEN BAD REDUCTION PILLS Will cure OBESITY. Buycno pills without this trademark. Read below the toottmonl~ of th. It. NAs c, tire we knewn Preesdenat urrd hiagno, - of the (iben horue, i Oat:, Ohio: .TRADE MACtR (ien-I rave takenr tun. Partea for poet few morthre and rhec their goo d e Send for Mr. JITDNUT'S irerpirlet enr Otrecity. Special deipote for Pius anal Pamphleslts:t Wholesale and Retail. Peynter rrus 1o.. 16i iRash Main R1 NEW SIOUX EROTY TE Passengers for the East from Hielena and other Western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the moat attractive, paesing through Sioux Cit~y, the only Corse 'lace City of the world; Dubuque, landsome Key City of Iowa; (ordl, Illinois, a new manufaca city, that han become a a within itself," and Chicagot growth and enterprise is rider of the world. With `roe Chair Care, and Pull. wce Sleeping Care on every reon Siouix City and Chi vith a close connectiont tnuon Pacific trains el he 'CenralR. R presents Its claims It~ devery way desirabll ROUTE. and further particts n looal ticket agent, al undersicined at Mau J. F. MERRY, eras Passenger Agemflt rA aih , andntritsthe legýi n o L sir A1 Ehg 0adieu sad isrlelat be It psina Z$xrten,,Lay htl~#lsl U3d iIj, ~oslaae tlsad 0hwarai s tsegIeasslupla Tdeh . OREGO KIDNEY TEA wo.?. caes tans :aoussasa. 1T*V ST. TMHE XPENSE Is SMAL.L.. Toucan not enjoy lfewhlns you suffer. You wilU take more interest in the world when you are well. The Celebrated. French Cure. t w "APIIRODITINE" or men Is A~. OWAI` O ANTI[I ý' oh aNriATEt mpoataen we ane 4ia no odo thegen erative organs, of either sex ,f AWEFORIT N rt1 A the o .s A T throug youlthfj ~aotre o over mdini' gored , such e of rain Power," Wzslness, WMo nt ry Loas of Power and Jmpotenoy, wh ch iI! negileottd often lead to peaueod e andlneanity, Pr4ic 0a a box t eoes or1160.Bent by mail on riooceipt 1of rUTION NOTAIEA.TE iT given for thousands of teatimonialsafromi old and young of both sexes, who have been permanently cured byy th~eeUse of 4trodltlne. Circulars free. antL A e M1r0 C dr ess O Wsstees Dec. 0 LAND8 . OR N. . KO27. mokMbv . 3., Patcesa t &Go., drogullst DIBLTO OIE-~l PARTNER deshipghed ofre euistlng miwentes of desgee Engel AKolb in the buthes on making cornice and tin roofing has been dis solved by limitation. All accounts due the laet firm should be paid to Won. A Koib, at 214 North Rodney street, and aUl bills due frosm the said firm should be presented to him. Jeu1iN ENGFr.I WMt. A. KOLAJ. Dated Deen 80,112 NTOTICE IS HIREBI GIVEN THAT THE A. annual meetiag df the stockholders of the sun Itiver 1:hoe company will he held at room 21'1. lFower biliding. iii the clly of Helena. iden teas, on ths 10th day of January. 1881. at 11 o'clock in the forena of that day, for the por' pose of IQ ieta fiee ltoatee for the asoalad year, sand the 5faaeai of such other business sa may praper s tchfo e meingg~ea. ase as ar is esist. BOBERT U5 4 eta HEHIFP'S SALF-T. H. RLEINSCHMIDT, atifvs. Nicholas Biurock, lizabeth Bllaurock; sod Jlohn ioraky, Ignsce Miller sod Herman Richter. co-partners under the firm name sod estyle of Moraky. Miller A Co.. Peter '. Iand sand P. A. Arnold. defendants. Under andb virtue of an order of sale and decree of fore osure and sale issued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of unwis andi Clarke. on the 2td day of rDecemboer. 4. l. 1822. in the above entitled action, wherein '). H. Rlsinschmldt. the above nane.h plain. tiff, obtained a judgment and decree of fore closure and Os's against Nicholas bilaurack, Elie. abeth BlAsrock. and John Huoreky. igua'e Mitt 1cr and Herman Richter, co-partners under the firm name and style ef Horeky. Miller & Co.. Peter Wigand and P. A. Arnold. defendants, on the 5t Il61o ecember, A. D. 1892, for th l m o 21 lt,8 besides interest. coats and aittorney's fees, which said 'decree was on-the 5th day of December. A. D. 1084. recorded in judg. mont hook No. "H" of said court at pace 2101, Saml commanded to eli all those certain lot ?iecee or parceleeof land, situate, lying sunt heint un tec ounty of Lewis and Clarke. state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to Wit: Lotc numbered one it) and two (2) in block numbered five hundred sal fifty-two (152) of the origlinli tuwneite of his city of Helens. Mon tans, as said luts and blocks are mori particu larly described upon the official plat of aidt townette now on ile in the office of tihe county recorderof aid couinty of ewiiw and Clarke. Together with alt end singular the tenemente, hecedilaments and appurtenances thereunto ho .o:,r or in anywise apperaianing. Public notice is hereby given that on Satnrday. the 11a1: day of J+ ii.:ry. A. D). 18t:. atll o'clock m. of that day, at the front door of the court house. Helena. Lewis and Clarke county. Mon tana, I will, in oberdtsene to said order of sate cnd decree of foreclosure and et, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to. satiofy said judgment, with interest and costs, to the highest and beot hidder. for cash In hand. Given underc my hand this 24th day of Decom brA.D18LCHAS. M. JEFFERIS. Sheriff. Ity iIALPoI (. Jo~oreyc, Deputy brterill. QlHEtIFFl'SitBALEt-'NELR PAUISON, PLAIN tiff, vie M1. It. Moore. A. Weisonhorn, N. A. Jones and It. T. Heard, defendaiits. Under and by virtue of an o~rder of sale and decree of foreclosure end sile issued out of the district rourt of the Ftirst judicial diotrict of the elate of Moutana. in and for the county of Lewis end Clarke. en the 27thi day of Deceilber. A. D. 1804, in the shove entitled action, wherein lisle t'anison,. the abo:ve nsassd plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale sald 1-6 g 'i',T~M..Hoatr,), drfendante. on the 24th dacy of t)"cembsur, A. D. 10822. fior the sum of $40. 04 besides interest, cools and attorney o fees. which sail decree was on the -llth itay 01 Ue: siner. A. isP. l1 .2. recorded in jodgment book No. "H" of said court at pace -. 1am commanded to sell all ihat certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate. lying and hemn in the county of Lewis ansd Clarke. state of Miontana, and eseunded and described es follows, to-wit: "tiio ibol r~ing ugesrie lode mint'ng claIm, sit uated in Ijewi. and t las ke county, Montana. in liry tsuich mliiing district, an extension of the Iron K'ing lide is Arasitra gulch 'I he adjoin ing claims are the Southeriand on the nortih, ths Juombo sin the oset, and the Iron luing Cii the wool, this location being distincily marked olson lbs ground so that its bounudaries can he readily traced, by a staiks at discovery shaft, and sub stantial poets et eso)s ,-csrnsr, the e te being 1,101) fist in length saill e0th feet lii wi0 rogetaner witth all and ,singular the teneiments, heredhisaicele and appurtenances thtereunto be longuincg orunan 1wise apspertainiiig. Pulcr'ties is luorehy givnoi that on Wrdnes dar, the :eh(a oi s.s a5 en- ry. A. D. loft?. at 12 o'cleck asi of that day, at tI:. front door of the e'surtl~hooae Helena, Lewis anid Clarke county, Montana, I will, in oedhience to said order of sasi and decree of fsiri'closure cod eale. sell the ahove described property, or so much lliereof:ae may be necessary to satisfy osid judtcment, withs interest ansi corts, tn the isightest and beet bidder, for each in hand. Given under my band thia 27th day of December, A. D. 180?, ('IIAIL I. JEFFF.ltli. Sheriff. By ltALPH' 1. JOnyssoy, lieptiy Isherlif. ol.aintlit. vs. t esma I). 'I reutlten. lirover Trceutlen and I barles 1). turtle. asmtminstrstssr of the estats of kdwin 8. Treutlen, deceaseid, de fendants, tUnder and by vIrtue of an order of sale and d reras of furcs'losorie and sale ieancd out iif tile district ciourt of the F"irst judisial dietrent of the state iit Mdntana. in alid for thio cosioty oT Lewis and Clarke, in the 27 bs day of I eci'uirbr. A. D. 1ill, in the above entitled action, wherein sharles W. Itosy. the above naiied plaino tiff, obtainedi a judgment and dssrrsi of fore. closure and sale again, I mius I'. 'Irentitic, (trover Treotlen and Charles U. tort is. admin istrator of tiss' eels's oif itidwin IN. 'ireutlen. deceased, defeadants. so the 27th day of Uscember, A- ii. 10191, for the sum of, 11,042.50 isaldes interest. costs and attorneys tee,, which said ueteoe wass on thie271h day of December, A. D.. 15M12. recerded in judgotent book go. Ii of said court at pagte I am csommanded to ctal all that. certain lot, piece o pacelof and, situate, lying and being wit: i.ol number tour (4) in block lettered "A" of the stlake addition to thie city of Iti'lssa countiy and atate aforesaid, as enid tot and block are kmouwni sod niesieuatssi in Lthe plat of said ttlsie audition ts the city sfit IIlesa oar file in Ihsoflice or lbs clesk ant I ecordar of said county. 'logeiber with all sad singular lhs tenemnents, h'rs'uitameuts and sisisrleiiascaa thereunto ho. lesting sr i: pan wino, appeurtaining. l'uistle notice as hersib given that on '.''edces day. the 18ut day of. .Tsnnary. A. D). l1ll0, at I9 o'clock ni. sif 'that day. at the front dour oif use court house, lioloens, Llat' and Itlark. co~un ty, Montanua, I will. in sto isnosino said urilfur of rate and decree of foreclosure ansi sle. ol t's shbove described pisiposty or ... moich there witlliii1t eest aniu costs, tot thu highest and best tlilti die for sash In hanil. uIv lyn tinder mup baud this 27th day of Decembier, A. Lu., 18111. C'tARLElS M. JdEVVY'ltlS, Iheriff. IlVj iiLP . Jogweost. Deputy Sheriff. Atili# S. AMtoast ee cun 4u sno f Attrney ed coustler a sm Kaait T ijw Slea¶.er Loa th Attorney fft 1Counsl.o: Mo1r.4 civil asd aMini susne ptsec we.~m ta 15 . ROCREAN. Phratolen. SDrgeon, As.oucker, Ooallst, urisd, uta~~ans.o a Member of San Cr~anisco Msdical Soclety, ýeq bevada Stat. Meian! Seclty Ofie og R instreet, ever Mtainmtst Jewelry Store. day after the ie ia o on t ase actiop w o ot a u et tthf anr a i o frb de eA l1ena , Mo eane. SUM O!U-ýIN .THE DISTRICT COURT OF Ad ohre iereblcia district of tbfeou tao an In Clark, thi f othe cy o f ovembr id Leouis ta" Henry Klein and Herman (le. co-pattagre in badines as Geane & Klein, plains tpv.JohntH Wilson, defendtant. The tat 6tMbhanasend.. greeting to the above named defendants You are herebycquet tJº appear in an sapotitu, broughtsastinst or Vithe avenamed Initnftie in thediatriot scour of the lurst jediotal distrc Sthe stale ot ontape, faand for the county of tild teren, hintondays (exclnuive of the smo. u eedwithin this county or.hf served out of this county. but within thiedistrlct witbl twrentydays otherwise within forty days. or judgtment t7deihauht will be taken eas inetyos accorduingtoti prayer of maid complit th lbsiid actiota is brousht to obtrain a juda mont of raid court againet you for the mom of $518.17, the balance of the principal and Inter *etdue and on palit July 12. ltl6e. upon a certain promissory note made, executed and deliveped by you to said plaintiffs on December 18, INS., orthe sum of $tilt 25, payable ulnety days from December 18, 1581, together with Interest on said balanc, $50.1,at the rate of 1N per eent per mnhro adJuly 1r2.18tt, andl for the costs of this action. Alt as mere fully appears from sthe complaint on fli herein to which reference And yoiu are hiereb y nottfed that if you fail to eppear and aurwer tha said cozunlalul, as above required, the said plaintiffs will take judgment aacinot you by default for said sum of $518.17. together with interest thereon from Jttly 12. 1W91, at the rate of l14 per cent per month and the costs of this action tricteijir of they Justt jundicsoial district isritteof thes state ofrt Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and (larke. this 80lt day of November, in t~e year of our Lord one thousand eight bun jeZAL. d dnneyto JOHN BEAN. Clerk. F. N. & S. H. Mc Intr. lintiffs' Attorney.. NTOTICE TO VREDITORBS-IN THE DIg trict court of the First judicial district o1 the state of Montana, in and for the counts of Lewis and a larke. In the matter of the estate of Heary Jacol Renck, decease"n. botice is hereby given by the undersigned ex euters of the least wil and testament of Ienr Jacob Tenek, deceased, to the creditorfs of. an a sons having claims against ala said de a, to exhibit them with the nrce18ar wonchers, within ten months after the lirst pub liration of this notice to the said exccntors s i the ottire of Louis tatadler, rno. 18 hdward street. Helens, in the county of Lewis ant Clarke. state of Montana. the same bong the place for the transaction of the business or the said estate. LIsted this 15th day of December. A. D. 18ll, JACOB LOED, Executors of the estate of Henry Jacob Kneck deceased. SCRiBNER'S MAGAZINE FOR 1893. PARTIAL PROSPECTUS. Frances Hodgson Burnett will contribute the first serial to appear in a magazine for many years, entitled "The One. Knew the Besa of Alt." H. C. Bunner will furnish a series of six sketches entitlet "Jersey etreet and Jersey Lane." illustratet Robert Grant will relate the further experiences of Fred. at Josephine in "A Seques to the Reflectlocs o a Married Man." Illustrated. Harold Frederic will contribute a political novel of great power entitled "The Cusperhead." By the Author of "Jerry." Miss S. II. ELLorTT, the author of "Jerry,' will write a realistic story of life among the Ten nessee mountaineers, "she Durket perreL" Personal Reminiscences. Some Unpublished Letters of Carlyle tr Edward lrving and others, dealing with a parn of Carlyle's life far different from that brought out in the recent literature of Carlyle reminis. cences. tecollsct ons of Liseoln ana nus. our, by the late "IAaquzs Dn CHAxiauN. Boti articlesarefullof new matter. A04 Artist it Japan. by IoanaT SLee, who has just returne. from a residence of nearly two years in thu country. Abundantly illustrated by the author t4isterto Memente, which have been a feature of the magazine during 1812. will be continued by some particularly strikiag papers, among them several by the great war correspondents William H. Riussell, Archibald Forbes, and others. Men's Occupations. A series of articles on the life work of men ii many callinss-the chief ways (exclusive of pro feasion.) in which mien earn their livelihood. The World's Fair in Chicago. A sealsi will be published later in the year giv ing the impressions made b' the exhibition upon different ohaervers of note, both Americac and foreign; and many of tteee rbservers will be also artists who will illustrate their own articles. Miscellaneous Articles. Further centributions to the Pear in Great Cities. Mae. Bultttrr's illustrated paper on the London plan for foume Aist is, lvatis Children, etc. Of special interest also will be Plorxssoa il11cPRIN a authoritative account at the Peary itualit Lspes.ltien tilustrated). a veryintersesing article by OCTAvs UzAcnnon the exhibition of N -man's Art now going on in Paris, and mrtloles upon artistic subject., so counts of travels, etc., etc. The Illustrations of the year will rereseant the work rot only of the well known illustrators, but many drawings will also appear by artists wso are beat known as palatess. TERMS:. ( S.OO a Year. . 25o. a Number. SPECIAL OFFER Tea 1892t ad a sobscriptien fsr 180 .....................*450 Thes oins with bask numbers, bonasa In cloth..................6 00 New la the Time to eubserabe. CHANlLES OeRIBNEIt'S SONS, 143 BSoadway, New Yark. . ."E QROIMOTTB. 0. SLAUGHTER SALE AT--- Plymouth C'Clothinga House. CONSISTING OF . . .. . OXBRC RGO7TS, Suits and Underwear. PEIOES AS FOLLOWS: AU Woolen Suits............ From $9.00 Up All Woolen Overcoats........From $7.00 Up All Woolen Underwear ......From .75 Up Boys' Suits...................From 1.75 Up Shoes .............................. From 1.25 Up Fancy Night Shirts.......* ---From '75 Up Fur Overcoats at Eastern Lost. PLYM1OUTH CLOTHING HOUSE, Opposite Grand Central Hotel NORTHERN PACIFIC R.R. ls the only line running THROUGH PULLMAN CARS -BETWAKN CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS -AND NORTH PACIFIC COAST POINTS. The Dining Car Line. Dining Cats on all through Trains. The Yellowstone Park Line. This marvelous WONDERLAND reached only by this line The People's Line. The peop le's highway from Chicago, St. Panl. Minneapolis. Duluth and West Superior to Win nipeg, Helena, Plutte, Missonla, Spokane, Ta coma, Seattle. Portland and Pugot bound. The Tourists' Line. The popular line to reach Lakes Pend d' Oriele, CcOur d'Alene. Kootenal, Chelan, the Hot Springs and Mountain tesorts of the NORTh ',VESTi1 and to ALAP RA. Dally Express Trains. Have PULLMAN PALACE CAitS PULLMAN TOURIbT SLEEPING CARS. FILE COLON 1ST SLEEPING CAMlS. Through Tickets Are sold at alt coupon offices of thi Northern Pacifi Railroad to points North Eaet, South and West, in the United States au<1 Canada. TIME SCHEDULE, In effect on and after Sunday. August 28. TRItNSN ARIVEtY AT ReLattA. No. 1. Pacific Mal. west bound. . 1:80 p. m No.4, Atlantic mail, east bound........18:40 D. In No. 6. t our tAileue. Itmosoula and No. S. Maryville passenger .......1:2. m No. 10. Marysville acconmunatdn.....t 1:0 0p. us No . Iut ices, Bioulderand Elkhrdlne passenger .... .... . .... 5:10 .P m N. inl mized, Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays..... . 5:105. us TRAI1NO DIUPART FROMn IIiLLENA. No. I, Pscific Mail. West boutnd. 1:... 45 p. us No. 4. Atlantic wial, east bound.. .:0p. in DN. . nit,, MlssnulanA d tirurdnAlene ennrcss..m.................7:305a. us No. 7. Marysdille paseecger.. .. 7:o1 a. in No. 9, Marysitile aeccnmudation.e T :00 p. us No. 10, Wlrkes, Boulder and i Ekhoru No 0,tiili ied, Mondays, Wed- s u needays and Fridays ...........8:15 a. in '1 rains Non. 1, 4,, andt 0 connect at tiarrison with Montana unioin trains to and froin Butts. Deer Lodge and Anacoods. 'Trains N os. b and 6 will run between Helesna and Wallace. Idaho, without change of ears. For States, Maips. Time Tables or Special Inooriatios apply to Chas. 8. Fee, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Paul, MIss,, or A.. E. EDCS..1, General Agent of the Northern l'aslots IL B. at HELENA. MONT. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining ENGINEERS RO\OMS 24, 2b,. !1. chi.u ?asUowiI 3ali~ud~ . M..aa, M.t ombua. Furniture and Carpets. Shadeo Lace Office AND AND Chenille Curtains. School Furnituri J. IL SANFORD, Nos. 112 and 114. Broadway, Helena. 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