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ARRIAGI O1 'IPIR COUSINl5.
Whfe Usia.s Ustalt Ia the Daotelo ratie of the Ruaes Venailly! 'he lowe? house of the Eentaoky legist ble ba deeta,4d sgei tt the marriage of ino on the t# oBtgat ehildren of much :ariaceu are tr fitly' weak miaded, pays the Coueia.deosgaal. I' t is true that the children of cousins tht, itre intermarried are sometimes weak thinded. and it is also true that they' some Alms have certain songenital defeats such 4e extra toss, defective senses, etc. 1t iv hiso true that children having similar do. feats steeften born of parents not at all related. The majority of marriages of per gons related, however, do not result in eaob defective offspring. To what extent the law should intervene in matters of this kind bas always been a mooted question, Generally is las been content to prohibit marriages within the Levitical degrees, that is, 'marriages eo tween person. nearer skin than first cous ins. A number of states have gone further than this, and have forbidden first cousins to marry. These laws are largely evaded by going beyond the borders of the elate to contract marriages not lawful at home. The general prinilple of law that mar rlages lawfnl where oeleb:atsd are lawful everywhere aids this evasion. the notion that defective offspring is a judgment of heaven upon, marriages of cousins is treated by the medical profes sion as a superstition. It is admitted, however, that the children of snoo mar ia that are weak-minded or of defeo tive physical developmants are somewhat more numerous than in the case of mar, riages between peons not related. BIt the physicians tqil usthat the same thing is rue of other clases of marriages. An ex tract from Maudeley, who is considered high authority on such questions, throws some light upon the subject. "When some of the evil iafuuepaes which notably gave rise to disease-whether the ,poisoned atmosphere of a miasmatic die riot, or the unknown epidemic causes of bretinism, or pcrsistent intemperance of any kind, or frequent intermarriage in families, or any other ofthe sources of hu. man degeneracy, have engendered a morbid yariety, the evil will, unless counteracted by better influences brought to bear, in crease through generations, until degenera tion has gone so far that the continuance Qf the species is impossible. Indeed. in Sanity of whatever form suever, mania. melancholia, moral insanity or dementia. Is but a stage in the descent toward sterile idiocy, as may be experimentally proved by the intermarriage of mentally unsound per sons for a generation or two, and is some times demonstrated by the disastrous con sequences of frequent intermarriage In foolish families." The principle seems to be that when there are hereditary defects in a family these de feats are intensified in the offspring by the marriage of two members of the family paying the same defects in the blood. Pre cisely the same, result follows the inter marriage of two persons not related who have inherited similar defects of predis positron to the same defedt or disease. The marriage of two mutes increases the prob ability that the children will be mute; the a nrriage of two persons of feeble minds uultiplies the chances of feeble-minded otffspring. a No legislative body, so far as we are ad vised, has taken the responsibility of pro hibiting the marriage of persons living in a miasmatic district, or of those who live in the crowded tenements of great cities, or of those who inherit a predisposition to con sumption, insanity or defective senses. Yet it can hardly be disputed that the re uIts of such marriages are, in the main, pnore injurious than those between cousins yant subject to such disabilities. It has never been shown that the enact ment of laws to prohibit the marriage of Cousins has resulted in a diminution of the number of weak-minded or physisally de fective children. Logically such a result ougbt to follow if the law could be en arced; but, as already noted, so long na pare are states where such laws do not pre etl, their strict enforcement is impossible. It is a doubtful policy to select one of the least fruitful qsuass if detigtive offspring' for prbhibition while leaving all the others untouched. At the same time, to attempt to carry such legislation to its logical con sequences would be a task of such sinpend one difileulty as to be practically impos sible. Deservlng Praise. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnia Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given snch universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refnad the purchase price, it satisfactory results do not follow their nec. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. H. M. Parchen & Co., druggists. An Apparent Paradoe. The Salesman-These geeds are imported only in single dress patterns, madam-you purobase this Six-yard piece and you may rest assured that no other lady in the land will have a dress lik6 yours. In fact, we could not duplicate it it we wanted to. The Prospective customer-It certainly is pretty; but suppose there is got enough in this pattern for a dress for me? The salesman (reasaurinely)-Oh, don't trouble yourself about that, madam; we will have no trouble in matching it for you. -Puck. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "Ia grippe" has left you weak and weary, use Eleetric Bit tes:. This remedy note directly on liver, stomach and kidneys, gently aiding those Orgas to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with sick headache, you will fnd speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50 cents at H. i. Par ehen & Co.'s drug sturs. The Reasons Why The Chicago, Milwaukee ,k St. Paul railway is the favorite: It is the oldest and was first in the field It's train service is the very best. It is the #ret to adopt improvements. It's sleepers are palaces on wheels. It runs elegant drawing room slepers on night trains. It's trains are lighted by electricity. It rose luxurious chair care on day trains. It is the pily line using the electric berth lamp. It's dining car service is unexcelled. It's trains run solid to Milwaukee and Chicago. It Is the best route to St. Louis and the south. It ia the Lest route to Kansas City and the west. It runs four daily trains to Milwaukee and Chicago. It runs two daily trains to St. L'ule and Ranese City. It is the government fast mail route. It is popularly styled the "Old Re lable." It furnishes safety, comfort and speed to patrons. %For information as to thelowest rates to al points in United States and Canada via "The Milwaukee." apply to any counen ticket agent, o. address J. T. CoNLI., Ass't Gen'i Pass. Agt. bt. Paul, Mion. Gsing East-iave Tike. Going to Chicago and east your phtort nick route is via St. Paul'and "The Nbfth' weaste a Line." Leave Butte 1:45 a. m., Helena 10:15 a. m. to-day, reach St. Paul 8:66 s6 -n. secoond day, connpta with fast day train of 'The Nortbiw n u~.. leaving St. Paul 8600 a. m. d2 l an d eriv. ing Chicago 9:88 p. M. same dav, making less than sixty-three hours freat butte and less than sixty hours from Helena, which is several bones less time than via any other line to Chicago. '1 his 0:8i r. m. arrival in Chicago lansures annection with all the principal lines trops hirago east, and "The Northwestern un" is the only line from Bt. Paul that akes all of these connections In Chicago. b Barrieat all prices from $6 and up rdjs eevdat Taeliesellive. an 1 A -1-BLI 8 ME 1ICIIE. hTJLU1 !dre fltIrfwstfw sole Zverywhere.. 0illee, 140 to 144 Washington St., A. L HEART heQEASE I-r all fonrm. PanlpleiTatl old ln a postinle, Shouldr r flat rut. Short re t O preesloimstA mnad Swollen Akles ECAL and SmotharteIg Spells, Drop led Ii Stobnar, ere.. are WcNred by DR. M EW W EART TOURE A new diseoveryhr t'boemi cent lodien wjell, ., let. A. Y`. Dlavie, flyr Crk. Nob. miher etakin four bottls of hEART (1[NIJSý flt better tet mn lnf forptwelve ears. t e or tpirty yearse trouble with R eonse' two bottlee OR DR.1M A Ug'. cured me.-.Les HtitiloA, Oa. bas .CA n grn rmt. MILS iHk T' CURE for Heart tnouble with raot results. ll' Lwicart Itnegbuedg, rt wee i 'of II bers with Resrt biisese. butt to ht be,..es help lived on I have for fifteen ysears been entlkrtng with Pal. pitetien of thes Iteart,and never foue;l a remedy that have hea relief, until I tried DII, Miles' A'eto Hfeart [Tarr; It worked wonderfully and gave me instant relief end hell,, I can cheerfully retron. mend this medicine to all who suitor tiny kind of Heart Dicer A.H. USBAND, grejnvillle, Texan. hecI Nom IDNarl Cure is wonderfl 'Rh Y ccT. THouE SE MRM.'V DIItiOtItt, McGregor, Iowa. Sold on at positive guarantee. Pl'neillnotrattd book FitElt at lDrttgglclooreddlres DR. MILES' MEDICAl CO.. Elkhart. nd. Sold by .1 dunggePth. WANT AN WANT TO' INThREJT ENJRT LIPS IN AT SMALL THE WOKLD? EX7ENJE? READ TillS ! A great many people sofser the achss and pales eassed by diseased kidneys, aed do not realie their danger utoil it is ten late. ticaed, ConCcction, Nervus.nces,, Lost at Appetite, Pulling Eycsight, Rheummatic and Neoraigic pales in the Back and Unmbs indicate Kildney Disease, whlch, If nsglected, result in deai,. OREGON KIDNEY TEA wut ,c coax TUgaS TROUBLES. TRVY IT. THE KXPIENamC, IS RI1VIALL. You csn not enjoy life when yon otifter. You will take more Interest itt the world when you are well. FPJAPIIýIANE CURE Anew and Complete'ITreatmenst, consisting of Suppositories, Oin aen a n (pies, also In tins and Pill.; a Positive Core for External, . ternal. Blindl or Biteeding. itching, ijhranic, Io ceto ereelitary Piles. n mote othylier dIe. beei totegeneralhealth h irtsc overy of a medical core nQ sanoetinwt hue never beaus known to faiL $t pee box. 6 for Sl5t sent by mali. Why suffer from this terrible disese e when a written .nerantec is positively given with 6 boxes, to refund the money it nut cured. I3end star 5gxes T 1.Qsireete agents. Helene. Moat. 1500 Reward! We will pay the above psreward for any case of Liver Compplaint, IDysppia. Sick headache, In digestion,.Coustlipatjou or Costiveness we can cot cure, with Weet's Vegeta~ble Live- Pills, when the directions are strictly complied ~with. They eine purely vegetable, and never fail to give patti-cn wtr ofonefitad mitaiouTh genuine eold by Ht. M. Parchen A Co.. Helena. ORTHERN PACIFIC R.R Is the only line running THROUGH PULLMAN CARS *-nawwasu CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS -AN-- IJRTJi PACIFIC COAST POITIS. The Dining Car Line. Dining Care on all through Trains. The Yellowstone Park Line. This marvelous WONDERLAND reached only by this line. The People's Line. The people's highway from Chicago, St: Paul. Minncapolis, Doluth and West Superior to Win. nipeg. Helena. biuts. Miesoula, Spokane. 'Jh. coma. Scattle. P'ortlaud end Puget Sound. The Tourists' Line. The popular line to reach Lakes Pend 4' OreleU. Cwurd A~nainliootanaLChelan, he Not Daily Express Trains. IBT BLlhP GJ1C d CARS. ESCLN Through Tickets Are coldl at all coupon offioes of the Northern P'ao toFle Baira to ppoints North, Psct. Sooth and West, in the Untat States and Canada. IME SCHEDULE. In effect on and after Snuday. August 2L TRAINO ARRITV AT NIE1NA. No. i. rcitii Mal. west hound .....1:00 p. aa 84t. Atlantic mail. east bound......12:40 p. mn No. a. blur l.a55e. Mtiansala and ilnlte..xprr ......................t0:41 p. an No. g, Mar)lle p Tseme Tr.. .l o.:a. mt g. 10.Mar Vamll aceommodt icn..... ':tp. m Reen ...... E. 5:1 p. No 11 imini rnishl, Modays, .ad ned een o nd ridays ...............:00 . t TRAINS1 DUIIANT !'toiZ II.LZNA. el. r acist' MdEil. weetbounT.. 1:d5o.m Io. 4. AJ'intlc trail. realt L',uud.., ...1tOp. m ho.,5, lit tu.M iseonlann.I t..utard'Arlene oxoreco........................... 7:10 a. m teo. 1.Marysviiie pea'ngnr.. 7:45 a. m go. it, Marysvilie accommodation.....8:00 p. a Neuo.t'. Wickee, Bolader antd Elkhorn P'edenoer ... . .. 7:901. a N I 01 imini mie, n da, Weti needays and Fridalas ...t...... . &5 a 'l rainc:'~os. 1, 4. nd 6 connect at Giarrison 'witia Montana Undon trains to and from Baitt. Trains Sos.nf antiS wilt ron between hlelens esod Wallace., Idaho, without bhsnge of cars. lt'r hataes, Mlap-, Time Tables at' special Informnation apply to Clams. C. Fee. Generai j$oseuger , anti Ticket Agent, it. Paut, 5kes., or General Agent of the iorthern t'aoiio S.11. IL a HELENA. MO)NT. Tom PILS Dr. Caton's Bet able C'ozppaund for Ladioc at's Sate, trompe, Kffsteogaýý,t~k u oziirnal sod oait' genuneu ', omau's Saloation. i cot direct Sit sealed. Advice frees CATCH SiPKC. 12., Mioe. 'Ion, Mass o t tost:J ounteymrb !o Ir lf 46 ti n tw (t)ad t, otws aundrter of . wo so stat. osontana ttvei 's he owee quarter ((14t of eation tw h ty r ). tows rt i1 north of rauoglinn' (A) ii lsoyal 1119rigt.title and lais~reel ýo ar to of A t quarter (14) aCU d the wert S(14ot roith t quarte (f ) anti h southeast quartsr (14) at tka southessat quarter (ta) and the esoutlaet quarter (11,1) of northe alt quarter 114) of see tio twse y-is p tr 2), townhre tea (0) nor-th rage I roe (t) west of tt principal moardlan ov ihntandla b 1 tinAoi herOby O he an that on the rsth day of 0 clocks. m. and Tl). 0 TI t m, hoserfaifa twelv. o'cocrk noon of .hterd ay at the front door of the court hors in the city of He a n, pird g .sty anm U sell a ll the t lland to cth ai 7beA prrt to the highest bidder toar onta. propemty, t Given, uno t y h am this the 14th day of G e yhn hs8t a fMarch,A.D gq8 Ca, A, LES D. CURTIS. Sheriff. 7 tmoD E. Ioss, Under Sheriff. SHtERIUP'S BALK -TY VIJTTUE OWf AN ALIAS iexecution in my hands Issuedoalt oc? the cue' tritcounrt of the Vfiret Judicial district at the stats of Montana, in and far the ncounxty of Lewis and Clarke. in the enit of William ilcaccici againat item Jo'an.csic'. duly stteslci the :it day of March. A. D~, 15)11. 1 havo levied ipan alt the right, title and interest cit the said Mear. Ia. vmnovic in and to the following~ described liop. erty, situated In Lewis and Clarke county, Mon tana. viz: 'c c Mattias quartz lode mining claimn in Itry Gulch unorgancased mining dislriet, in thu county of Lewis ant Clarke. sod state of Man-e tana, as the sautn alciear:, of recard in tire officie sof lbs rounty recaruer of said count , and stqate, sin ypg ictit8, hook 6i of lodtes. to whist, for a fur. Ather deseriptian reference is hereby mude. Tog~ether with ali and acngulsr the tons cuuto, icrer~itaieente and appnr cenances there.. intoh heircilug ccr in city wits zcppcrtaninlg. Notice Is hcrebiy given that on the 11th clay at April. A. DI. 189c. at the haur at 12 o'clock m . of said clay, at thcs front doar a! the court hones in the city of ct lecics said ccntctv and ,.atet, wilt sell ail the right, title and inigrest afth(Ie scribed praperty, to ttheahigicestt hidcl a afor cash in hand. Given under my hand this, tlco 21st clay of March, A. D. 10113.CHtI.CRISeif Fuxo E. Hose, Under fhtecff. plain~if. vs. Tihomas Goeff, Joihn V. Jterocme end Pastrick Keily, assignees, anid the Larsamie I aitfug Mills. u cocrpsratiuo, defendiants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of fureclconure and osale issued out of the district court at tics tirst judicial district at the stats of Montana. in and fur the county of Lewis and Clarke. on lice ililch day of ta cic, A. D. 11ti98, la the above entitled action, wherein A. It., ihornburgtc. the above nauced tclantn'ff, ob tained a judgment sod decree of foreciosure and sale against jiomas tolsf, John V. Ieromes and Pastrickc Kelly and 'The Li~ramia Rolling Miles, a corvcoraticon, defendants, on the Both tiny of Marcetc A. 1). lO93, for the sum of $1t74t, beeidtes interest, rants and attorney's freet, which said de cree was on the 80th day of Marchc, A. 1)., 1898, recorded in judgment beak No. II of said couirt at vage ---. I am ccommanded to sill all Itiat certain lot, piece, or parcel of land situate, lying and beingQ in the county of Lewis and 4'larks. state of Montana, and bounded and dscuribed as follows,. to wit: Lot numbeor thirteen (18) in black number six (8t) of Res~ell's addition to tics city of Helena, Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, as the came is mcare particularly hocundod sand de scribed in lice official pllt of sicud ia,aiet'a ad dition, us the estme isoen file in the office of the clerk and reoriccer of Lowie and Clarke county. Mciontana, (Subjecrt to the mortgage held by William Barnum recorded in volumeo 10 of mort gages, pace i1, far the eonuc of $2,700.) Public onticeles hereby given lhat en Falur day, the 2'2d clay of April, A. D. 1893, at 12 o'clock m. of that clay, at the front dear of the court houas, Helens, Lewie and Clarke coun ty, Mocntana, I will. in obedience to atid circler of Tale and decree of foreclosure anti sale, sell lbs aboive described properly, or so much there' of en may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with Intereut and coasts, la the highest and bent bidder for caush inhandi. Given under my hand this 30th day of M~arch, CHARILES D. CURTIS, Sheriff. By REDx E. Hfoes. Under Shoriff. DEPARTMENT BOARD STATE PRISON Commissioners, Helena, Mont.. March 20, 1893. The board of state prison commissioners here. iaInvites sealed proposals for the care, keepIng, cothing. feeding.. maintaining ,and furnishing medicines end medical attendance of all persons confined in the state prison at Deer I odge, Mon. tana Bach proponal shall speeify the compen sation per day for each prieoner taor period of two (2) years. I he proposals munet conform to the provisions of the statutes now in force in relation to the care sod keeping of convicts, the "I oles aod loegulatinen for the government of the Mon tans hiate Prison" and the provisicns of this notice. One of the conditions of each bid most be to the effect that the bidder releases all right and claim to the clothing, wearing apparel and bed cling of each prosenerattheexplration of tis con trael. All bidders can obtain from the clerk of the heard a li-i at the clothing and a descriliton of the tvid reqnired ench day for the priconoe is All proposalcs muot be ace mianiod by acorti fied check in the sum of a s theousand (81,000) dollars and endorseod: "Ide for keedbingso ai macintaincing prisoners it the state prison.' with the name of the bidder endorsed oupn tis on 'roienp, soil delivered to the clerk of the board en or before April 20t. 18198. bes board reserves tic right to nominate and appoint the medical attendant for the state prison, and to reject any and all hide. J. IH. OIICKARDS, H. J. HAS9KELL, L. IcOTWITI'. Members of the Board of State Prison Commis sioners. AATON' D NERVE TONIC AND VITALIZER. Quickly cores general and nervous debility spinal exhaustion. Neurasthenia ate. Oompletelyo perfectly and permanently rejuv oasting the vital energies; leoreasiog nervous power, renewing the ambition of youth and the courage of manhood; restoring to enfeebled soereated, exhausted, devitalires, or overworked smon and women perfect constitutional powers. lIt extraordinary curative power manifests itself almost immediately it is taken. On this point the evidence of those who hays taken it to uniform and politive. They say they can feel the effect of every dose doing them good. *ltis a prr trtv nrefunetruhted tm h nervous system to every or an and tissue in the body, it makassbut little dufff, airs whether the esnatittetionel vigor bas tceeo erdermlsed by acute disease, overwera. or certain miscobleosu indlecastion- or whether thes broken down eon dittion is called by ons name or other, ro long as there Is u~rvone exhauation, general or local weakness-so long as enenvatian and scshiltty are the typsof thcs ailment lhise is the remedy. 'l'H~ld ll lit tIU)~I'il from to~e results of over-mental or physical exertion. hcardshlip, expoeurs, hidden oralns, oepr'roe or who hair brcought nope tblmrselves a andies of aflilerone by igenorantly or wilfully viocatlag osturs's laws, wilU find in (Jaton's Vitalieer hod Nerve Toncci lice remedy for their certain relief. It speedily removes all ovicieosee of progressive physical deterioration. and reetores thMicsee ed energies to their siseural vigor. WIIF.NEVEII THtMICE li acsy weakness of tihs vital organs, cervonesees, prce~ratlsns of the phtysical or modtal energies. oentceeion of ideas. tact of aslfconllicnone, irrirabil4.y of temper, snelaneholy, cowardice, weakncese if the knees adacilok. pa~lpitation of thes heort, dragglng pain in tho lions, hgiadaehe, ]itrsea ton ..t theS kidney. aol bladder: milky urine. t~ernle)olus atcd hidden wastes, resuolting in a failure of toe no' otal end physical powers, oconstituting an imcpeliroent to anesoes and uenfitling him or isar for the duties and rsspenaihilltlos o! life, it is the rempedy gax excellence. .a eiccgo scackage will he nla scentlto nacgot.. ,.1, the work of regensratlop. and musre in tccany rams Bhut stuboiirni oases dtton rcquire more. 1t will he sent po-tpeid. sectured froct ebseevaticon. orE 0prahae or 0I peckiagoa ter kfr.Wl. CATON MED. CO., Boston. Eass. 0^o M GYPSY CURE. It~ili jco'itively cure eon. orchee and oshet or money refonilol. o. 1 for eon. srrlhw, No. for gleet, will not eassee stricture. hold by all tiruggiets. 4Alenb EEADSTONEL Eeuel. 5tetaa ooii Falls & Nort11rRi1 al y DAILY EXCEPT $VNDAY. " 7100 A. N., Leave.... poene ... Arrive, 6:60 r. It Commonoing March 27, passen gers leaving Spokane on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays connect same afternoon at Northport with Steamer for Trail Creek, Robson, Nelson, Balfour, Pilot Bay, Ains worth, Kaslo and Slocan, and Pase sengers arriving from the north on those days go directly through to Spokane, arriving at 5:50 p. m. Daily service via this line will commence about April 10, when passengers will go through the same day. J for tana Urniversity. University Place, Near Helena Course of Instruestons 1, College. $, College Preparatory. 8, Busiaess. 4, Nor mat. ft, MusIc. 6, Art. 7, Military. Also instruettias In Common Branches. Able instructioe. Elegant building. lead for Catalogue to the President, E. P. TOWER, A. M., D. D. LOOT MANHOOD Easity, Quickly and Permanently Rostored. CULmneAZnD Exeuasu BaMsiD NERVIA. I~h UlIt is aeld en a peeltive guarantee to cure any 4~form of nervous pres trationer any disorder of the genital organs of either sex, caused Before. by excessive 050 of After. Teobacco Alcohol or opIum, or on account of youthfu~ indiscretion or ever indulgence etc., Dlzaineun. Convuolsons, Wakefulness Headache, Mental Depression, Softeningof the orain, Weak Memory, Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness, llpateria, Nocturnal Emissionu, Spermatorrheea, Lose of Power and Impotency, which if neglected, may lead to promature old age and Insanity. Positively guaranteed. Price, $1tes h ox; Gbozee for :.ot. Sent by maillon secuiptof prtce.A written gu arantee fureished withtevery $6.00order received. trofnd the money if a permanent cure is not effeeted. SEHRVIA MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Mich. Few pale In Helena by the Paynter Drug Co., wholesale and retail druggists. LISSUMMONSl-1N THE DISTiIIC2. court of the First judicial dietriot of the state of Montana in and or the county of Lewis andiTi*hhl td , pdl n t., John A. Ames The state of Montana sends greeting to the above Siamenf defondant., You are hereby requiredto appear to an action brought agtntyo byhe above naed plsin tiffinthredietric couat of the 8irst judicial die. trtst of the titate of aontana. in and for the coounty of Lewiemand Clark.. and to answer the cowlrnmnt filed therein, within ten days unive of the d ay of servioe) after the service on you of this summons, if served within thts contyt osr. it served-out of this county, hut within this district, witbin twenty daypiether. wtno within forty days, or judgment hi default wilt be tla en against you, areording to the sho aisaid aesti is brought to recover jud. mosnht torethe duom of ;3.90 en a promlusory note executed and delivered by defendants to ti. W. B. Snith r order, dtat chi. 4, 1891. deo March 4, 1892, with Aotereet from date at 12 per cent per annum, which note said Smith enddrsed for v~lue to Mary dwaritc. and which vser by her endored to platrtiff, who it now rale aster and holde thereof; that paoment of said nate was demat dd asd was refosed, although pat tie; that utefeodante have nevtr paid oaid note or any pert thereof. A ndt you sos hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, "ab sove required, the said plaintiff will take jetigment againal on f~oe $S0 with interest from this date, Gie ndrm aud nd il lcaof the die. trit curtof he itjuialdtrt of the stats of atotans, t and fur eth ----. cony orLewis and Clare ( Seal ItirsI *l this 18th day of March, in the *J*d. Dstj fear of our Lord one thousand Couch Ja ht hand 1xd inety-threw Ily G. 0. VI1UXIroAN, tDep1ttytlerk.N.lek 11. ii. Purcell, Attorney for i'lalntiff. SHERIFF'SSALE.-SA.NFOD K. PALMIt and Samuel 1. t ranier. plaintitff, vs. Emil V. Utfflmen et al.. defendants. Under and by virtne of an order of Wse and decree of foreclosure eon sale issued out of the dietrict, court of the 1lrnt Judicial dostrlct of the state or assistana. in add Inc the county of Lewis and ti)arke. on the 18th day of ir~areh., A. 1). 1898. In the sabve entitled s tton, wherein dan ford K. lFalmer and iesinoalll.tr'emr, the above named plaintiffs. obtai ad a judgment and de cree of foreclosure sad eels geinuet h~mit V. Uffslmsxtet "l.. sieenten ts. onr the 17th day of March. A. L', 1898, fae the sum of $1,801.10 be sides interest, costs dad attorney's fees. which said decree was on the 18thn day of Mtarch, A. ih. 69;, recrdsced to jodgment book No. vA'1 of said court, at, page -. 1 am com mandedl to sell two oranhouses sandallm other Improvements eeeciedupootetin seven (71 sod eight (8) In block nuniber ten (10). (as saId lots and block are isumtecadewignate~i and de. seethed on thte plat) ef the Fhyroio addtiitp to the cityt of )ileiena, county of Lsswls and Clarke. and state of l1tontmae. l-uhlso noties is hereby gven, that 0n Mion-. day, the 10th day oft April A.D. 8.. t1 o'clock sm, of tisat de at th front door of the court htouse, Hlsen..wi ad tClarke coontr, hloitana. I willI tebisoecs to aid order of as mod decree of foeeoi.osere andi sale, sell the above described property, or so muech thereof ao may be seceesary to satisfy said judgment. with in terest and rests, to the highest anti best bidder, for cesh Itn baand. Given otiner my hand, this 20th dasy of March. A. D. li93. CIIARP.KS DI. CU iTIS. IherIMf Dy FRIED 2. inoes, Under l1lhori(iL N'OT1ET CO-OWNER1.-.TO 0. C, RIN igeyorhemee:tos amdinsostrators Yon are hereby notified that Mark iiraxrcrton 11-i ... W. Stevenmon, of Jefferoseu county, Mon. tans your co-ownere, have. In acoordlance with titattee vof ntheoVai~toalco States, lisued in labor and improvements ripen thee (told aod Linmestroae placer minin elsirott situated to I sfforson county, stats of liroutuns, described ma follows: beIng the SW M of the aiS5 and ti,. tilt Id of the 5WY )I of bees 4, sad the N Si of the N 8, of the N W 14of the N~ta,and the N Yof the N hof the NEI of rocc l.'p O N, at west, containing cooe bun. dye wd aetbfetyesorsr, theasum of one hundred dol lars fair the purpose of repreeesutiug and haiti. lo adclaim scoerdltg to law for the year ed De$,1892.an unlees you contribute orcas. to he contribted your respective ore.o pest Ceio-thiad) of such expenditure as fo1 thW5 irtty-thre siand eas-t Lad dollars, to ashier veith lurereet and cosat of advartlistg, wtthiu 9.1 dais aiter the rervice of this notice by publicatioss uope yso, yrour said interest in ithe lerv polacer tsintag claim will he forfeited and bssosnthe ~rsaperty of the enderaaigned as pro el aod itleotlon 9,ah2t. 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