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ANACONDA OFFICE : 10414 COMMER CIAL AVENUE. JUDGE W. NAPTON Appointment is Popular in Anaconda. WILL MAKE A GOOD OFFICER k Bill Will Be Introduced in the Leg islature to Make This Coun ty One District. As stated in the Inter Mountain on Saturday Gov. Smith has appointed Wel ling Napton of Deer Lodge, judge of the third judicial district, to succeed Theo. Brantly. This was predicted by this pa per a few days before. The people be lieved it also,and the appointment secerns to meet with favor on every hand. Judge Welling Napton has resided in Deer Lodge county since 1873. and is therefore connected among the old timers, but not an aged man for he is only 45 years of age. He is a native of Missouri. He is a graduate of the High schools, William Jewell college of Liberty, Alo., and the University of Missouri. Judge Napton has held the office of clerk of the court two terms, being appointed once and elected once. The former was in terri torial days and the other since statehood. He is a capable lawyer, thorough gentle man and courteous to one and all, no matter how humble their position. He will arrive in Anaconda in a day or two, and will at once enter upon the duties of his office. His district comprises Deer Lodge and Granite counties, but a bill will be introduced in the next legisla ture to make Deer Lodge county a sep arate district. It is claimed under the bill to be introduced, Alissoula will also be made a separate county and that Granite and Ravalli counties will be made into one judicial district. During the year 189S there were more cases tried in Deer Ledge county alone by one judge than in Lewis & Clarke county by two judges. ATTEMPTED HOLD-UP There was an exciting time at Walk up's cigar store in the Durston block at an early hour yesterday, over what ap pears to have been an attempted hold up. At the time there were three men in the place. The clerk and George M. Johnston were in the store and Frank Walkup in the rear room. The clerk had just entered with the Ind'ari image which stands in front of the store and was about to lock up. Air. Johnston was standing back of the door A stranger unmasked entered and walked up to the clerk, who was struck a terrific blow with a fist between the eyes. The clerk was knocked to the floor. Being unpro tected and not knowing how far the man would go Mr. Johnston escaped by the door. Air. Walkup hearing the racket came into the store. Evidently the man had not calculated on finding three men present instead of one, for he decamped as soon as Air. Walkup came on the scene, and took with him the clerk's $5 hat, which was on the floor. The would be robber ran away in the darkness and no trace of him can be found. SCHOOL MATT £ RS On tomorrow the schools of Anaconda will reopen after the regular holiday vacation, which lias lasted since Dec. 23. From all accounts teachers and pupils alike have enjoyed the short time given them for recreation, short visits in neigh boring towns and courtesies from their many friends in Anaconda. All the child ren appeared to have a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, and will enter the school on the new year with renewed energies. On tomorrow the school board will meet in adjourned session at their rooms in the Bank building. The school board did not meet during the month of December, they therefore, have consid erable business to transact at the coming meeting. NEW COUNTY OFFIC ERS All the new county officers and the ones who succeed themselves, as announced on Saturday took the offices to which they were elected on this' morning bright and early. The greatest change is at the sheriff's office where Under Sheriff Dav id H. Morgan succeeds M. M. Donoghue; Deputies J. J. Walsh, Joe Daly, George Burnham and Jack Robinson succeed Joe Daly, C. K. Hardenbrook, J. J Mc Guinness and John Schurtz. Assistant county attorney—J. T. Casey succeeds J. M. Self. Aliss Helen Gleeson succeeds Aliss Anna NOVELTIFS and Fancy Groceries WESTPHALIA HAMS AND BACON Haye No Epi, Try Them. A Complete Line of BATAVIA BRAND CANNED GOODS;; TRIPP & DRAGSÏEDT* 308 E. Park Ave. ♦♦» ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦e » Quigley as county superintendent of schools with office in the Shields block. Coroner Hardenbrook succeeds himself and is waiting for business at. the same old stand. County Clerk and Recorder M. Martin will make no change in his deputies. County Attorney J. H. Duffy's office is in the Durston block. The county commissioners will meet to morrow to fix the number of deputies and their compensations. The county has moved from a fifth to fourth class and several offices are entitled to more depu ties. Under a fourth class the cleric of the district court is entitled to three dep uties. NEW YEARS "New Years" in all of the churches was gala day. There were good musical ! programmes, splendid sermons and a I large attendance at each edifice. At I St. Paul's Catholic church the Christmas j programme was repeated except there j was no orchestra. At the M. E. church the choir rendered several beautiful anthems and the ladies' trio sang - . The. programme at the Presbyterian church was: Anthem—"Daughter of Zion" .....Maker Solo and chorus—" Oh, That Glad dening Story".................. Macy Solo—"If With All Your Heart ...... ........................Mendelssohn Anthem—-"Behold, I Bring You Good Tidings" .......................Clare Duet—"Hark, Hark, Aly Soul," ..Shelley Miss AlacDougal and Aliss Marehion. Anthem—"It Came Unto the Mid night Clear" ................Sullivan Solo—"The Heavenly Alcssage" ...... ............................Coombs Alisa Alae Dougal. Violin obligato by Mr. Bryant. Many "New Years" calls were made and the best of good cheer and compli ments of the season were heard on every hand. On New Year's eve there were sev eral parties and balls. Today is a legal holiday for "New Years" and many pleasant dinner parties are in progress. Tomorrow ends the holidays by the re opening of the schools and the resump tion of business in every department with vigor and undtr determination of many new resolutions. T HE WASHOE COMPANY The laying of steel on the extension of the B. A. & P. Ry., running eight miles west of Anaconda is being done, and will take but a short time to complete. This new piece of road is being built, so it is claimed, to reach a certain stone and lime quarry from whence material for the construction of the new Washoe smelter will be taken. A large amount of sup plies are still being shipped west of Ana conda on freight wagons to construction camps at Silver lake and vicinity, where the Washoe Mining company is doing extensive development work. The prin cipal work they have under way is the driving of a tunnel into Silver lake and the construction of a mammoth reservoir at Peterson's ranch. At East. Anaconda the Washoe Lumber company i3 pushing the erection of many large buildings at their yards such as planing mills, lumber sheds, dry kilns, etc. RED MEN'S OFFICERS The Improved Order of Red Men have elected the following officers which will be installed Jan. 5: Sachem, H. W. Harri ty; senior sachem, James A. Herbert; junior sachem, James Shepherd; prophet, J. H. Thompson; chief of records, A. E. Rowe; keeper of wampum, W. W. Wagner; collector of wampum, M. T. Inman; trustees, Matt Ward and W. J. Hansen; first sanap, Matt Ward; second sanap, John E. Deyo; guard of wigwam,Charles Elafold; guard of forest, W. J. Larson; first warrior, W. T. Haskinson; second warrior, A. R. White; third warrior, L. P. Lavelle; fourth warrior, Albert St Denis; first brave, James Bryce; second brave. J. T. Pennington; third brave, James Fenley; fourth brave, Charles R. Alorgan. LOCAL BRIEFS. Verberkmocs, optician, 209 Alain. • Embroidery materials, No. 2, Shields. • Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Emerson have re turned from a visit to St. Paul. Judge D. AI. Durfee of Philipsburg was a New Year's caller in Anaconda. Christmas is over, but the rush for fresh candies at Pendleton's still con tinues. * F. L. St. Jean, physician and surgeon. Office. 212VÇ, E. Park avenue, over Stand ard drug store. * Rev. F. L. Buzzell of Boston, an evan gelist of note, wil larrive in the city to morrow and conduct several meetings at the AI. E. church. • The Northern Pacific railway has transferred to Frank Stephens, section 9 in township 5, north of range 10 west, comprising G40 acres; consideration $1, 600. Rev. J. J. Bowker of Butte held ser vices at St. Mark's Episcopal church yesterday. It being New Year's splendid music was rendered in keeping with the occasion. The Copper City Business College closed a very successful term last week. The winter term will commence January ; 3d, with new classes in commercial and ! common school branches. * I AI. Paul O'Mara, aged 8 years, the son of Air. and Airs. Thomas O'Mara, died at . the family residence at 514 East Third street yesterday morning. The funeral was held today from St. Paul's Catholic church at 2 o'clock. On Dec. 4 the A. O. TT W., will install the following officers: Past master work man, J. W. Sinz; master workman, D. C. Scott; foreman, A. .G McLean; overseer, Frank Trunk; recorder, F. E. Wheeler; financier, G. S. E. Wiener; receiver, J. A. Sdhroeder; trustee, R. N. Gibson. Beginning tomorrow, Jan. 3, the B. A. & P. Ry., wil ldepart from Anaconda as follows: At 8:30 a. m., and 2:05 p. m., making connecfion with the Oregon Short Line at Silver Bow Junction. The Great Northern through train will leave at 7:30 p. m., and the west bound N. P. for Stew art departs at 5 a, m. • Typographical Union No. 255 met yes terday and elected the following officers: President, W. G. Van Eman; vice-presi dent, Dan Dunn; treasurer, W. S. Cam eron; financial secretary, F. E. Wheeler; recording secretary, Sid C. Harding; ser geant-at-arma, Dusty Bill Harmon; executive committee, Harry Denny, Frank H. Root, R. Johnson, J. W. Purcell and George Ottarson. ! A AIODERN PANDORA. It comes in the letter of a girl to her I family. She is engaged in making a ! stage career and tells this among the ; variegated experiences encountered in j traveling about the country: I "I had grown tired of sitting among j the sleepy people in our car and when j we stopped at a little way-station I per ' suaded the engineer to let me ride on the j locomotive. The monster rocked like a I cradle, for It was a cheap branch road ' running up into the wilds of North Da kota, but I soon became accustomed to the pitching and tossing. When the big engineer laughingly told me to 'stroke up' I sprang down, threw open the fur nace door and obeyed orders. It was great sport, and I kept stoking, getting 1 black enough for a pickaninny act and ruining a special pair of kids. At the next station we stopped for dinner, and I had behaved so well that the engineer said I might ride ten miles farther with him. As I only wanted a cup of coffee I was soon back in the cab. "Desiring to improve my mind I ex ! amtned the mechanism of the thing and, wishing to know the uses of a certain lever I gave it a pull just as I had seen the engineer do. Gracious! There was an awful puffing and wheezing and snorting , and by the time I could gather my wits, we were going across the prairie lickety split. I didn't know what to do, but the one order to me had been to stoke up, and stoke up I did, frantically and with hysterical strength. "Suddenly I was seized from behind and thrown right into the coal bin, and the conductor, who had crawled in over the tender without warning me, swore horribly. While we were backing up to get the engineer and fireman I told that conductor what I thought of him and he apologized. I have also written to the superintendent of the road formally de manding a new pair of gloves, and if they are not forthcoming I'm going to make trouble." HOW BYRON PROPOSED. Byron's proposal to his wife, Aliss Mil banke, was made after sordid discus sion and study, and lacked all Impulse, says an exchange. Lady Melbourne, who stood in his confidence, observing how cheerless and unsettled his mind and prospects were, strenuously advised him to marry. She suggested a certain lady, but Lord Byron fancied the idea of i marrying Miss Milbanke. • "No," said Lady Melbourne, "Aliss Alil : banke will rot suit you. In the first place i she has no fortune now, and you want a • person who will have a great admiration for your genius; she has too great an ad miration for herself." I "Well," said Byron, "as you please." j And, sitting down, he wrote a letter to ■ the lady recommended by Lady Mel bourne. He received a refusal. I "Now, you see," he said, "Aliss Mil banke is to be the person after all; I will ' write to her." I As soon as ho'had finished, his friend, still remonstrating, read the note, and observed : "Well, really, this is a very pretty let ter; it is a pity it should not go." "Then it shall go." exclaimed Byron, and so saying he sealed and sent the fiat of his unhappy fate. ROUTS THE CONSPIRATORS. Once upon a time, when Mme. Albani was at Trieste, she was informed of the existence of a plot to hiss her off the stage. Having ascertained the names of her detractors and where they were to be found, she donned male attire, in which her short hair and robust figure helped to complete her disguise, and went to the cafe at which the conspirators met. Here she found them in full consultation, and, taking a seat at a table, she listened to their conversation for a time. After awhile she addressed the leader, saying, "1 hear that you intend to play a trick upon some one. I am very fond of a little practical joke myself, and should be glad if you would allow me to join you on this occasion." "With pleasure," was the reply. "We intend to hiss an opera singer off the stage this evening. "Indeed, and of what is she guilty?" "Oh, nothing; except that, being an Italian, she has sung in Alunich and Vienna to German audiences, and we think she ought to receive some castiga tion for her unpatriotic conduct." "I agree with you—and now please tell me what I am to do." "Take this whistle," said the lender. 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Leach, 1009 Belle St., Alton, 111., write« " Before I began to take your Vege table Compound I was a great sufferer from womb trouble. Menses would ap pear two and three times in a month, eausing me to be so -weak I could not stand. I could neither sleep nor eat, and looked 60 badly my friends hardly knew me. " I took doctor's medicine but did not derive much benefit from it. Aly drug gist gave me one of your little books, and after reading it I decided to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. I feel like a new person. I would not give your Compound for all the doctors' medicine in the world. I can not praise it enough." begin and you will have to join in." "I shall be very glad to do so," replied the singer, and put the whistle in her pocket. In the evening the house was packed: every seat was occupied and the audi ence warmly applauded the opening numbers of the opera. In due course Mme Albani appeared and at the point at which she was about to address her tu tor a few of the conspirators began to make a disturbance, not waiting for the signal. Without showing any concern Mme. Al bany walked down to the footlights, and holding up the whistle which was hung to her neck by a ribbon, she exclaimed: "Gentlemen, arc you not a little before your time? I thought we were not to com mence whistling until after I had sung the air." For a moment a deathly stillness pre vailed. Then, suddenly, the house broke into thunders of applause, which was led by the conspirators themselves. LADIES APPRECIATE A good remedy, and there !s not anything on the market that equals French Tansy Tablets for the relief and cure of painful end irregular menses. These tablets re move all obstructions, no matter what the cause. Manufactured by A. Augen dre. Paris, France, and for sate only by the Newbro Drug Co., Butte. Alont. sole agents. Price. $2 per box; Bent by mall securely sealed. '■AIANANA." He was one of the people who rather pride themselves on being oblivious to the finer distinctions of language. He had once lived in the Rocky mountains for a short time, and the border novel had gotten into his system. Sh<*. on the. other hand, was alertly punctilious and sometimes overbearing in her superior knowledge. " The ruin of Spain," he remarked, cas ually, "has been that word 'Mananer.' " "You mustn't say 'Mananner,' " she ob served, gently. "It should be pronounced 'manyana.' " "Oh, should It!" nd there was a world of sarcasm in his tone. "It ain't spelt that way." "That makes no difference. I t is pro nounced as I tell you." He changed the conversation. "Politics has been right exciting this year," he observed. "I see you prefer the singular verb, not withstanding the fact that the form of the noun is plural?" "Do I?" "Certainly. You say 'politics has.' " "Oh, yes. I just came from a small town In Alississippi. They have only one kind there." "I take a great interest in political celeb rities. I once had the pleasure of shaking hands with Mr. Mark Hanna." "Mark Hanna?" "Certainly." "Oh, yes," he proceeded, with an unfor getting glitter in his eye. "You mean Mark Hanyer. I chanced to come across him once. He was eating a bananyer. And, by the way, would you mind sitting down at the pianyer and playing something in your own exquisite manyer?" "What shall I play?" she gasped. "Oh, well, let it be something patriotic. Let it he 'The Star Spangled Banyer.' " And then he settled back in his chair and looked insanely happy. IF THE BABY IS CUTTING TEETH. Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, Airs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children teething. It soothes th* child, softens the gums, allays all p.-'n cures wind colic and la the best re—*!» for diarrhoea. Twenty-live cent« u .>o£. tie. EVENING THINGS UP. "Look at me," exclaimed the leading law yer, warmly, "I never took a drop of medi cine in my life, and I'm as strong as any two of your patients put together." "Well, that's nothing," retorted the phys ician. "! never went to law in my life, and I'm as ruch as any two dozen of your cli ents put together." CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of A DIFFICULTY. "The children have been very unruly to day," said Air. Meekton's wife." They have refused to mind me several times." "Goodness gracious!" exclaimed he, ab sent-mindedly. "Well, there's one thing certain. They don't take after me." COMBINATION MINING AND MILLING CO. Works Situated at Combination (Formerly is luck Pine) Granite County. State of Montana. NOTICK. There is delinquent upon the following described stock of the Combination Alining and Aiilling Company, on account of the assessment levied on the 27th day of Oc tober, 1S9S, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, ns follows: No. of Cer- No. of Names. tificate. Shares. Amt. Bohman, R............. 9 Reiber, Airs. Elizabeth! 376 Boflnger, John N.......1074 Bofinger, John N........1798 Beckwith, H H..........1805 Babcock, E C...........1512 Babcock, E C .!!!!.'!.'!!lS01 Carbis, William H......700 Coonan, Thomas ........941 Corwin, William AI.... 1759 Corwin, William M ....1760 Durfee, Francis AI.. .. 82 Durfee, D M........... <js Durfee, D Al ............ 337 Durfee, Emily jüüüü 338 Davis, Aliss Gettie .....201 Davey, Thos. II......... 943 Davis, Jas. A............1759 Davis, Andrew J Trustee ........'.......)S06 Durand, Airs. Millie ....1745 Durand, Frank ........1172 Durand, Frank ........1173 Durand, Frank ........1194 Durand, Frank ........1540 Durand, Frank ........1541 Durand, Frank .........1080 Durand, Frank ........1740 Durand, Frank ........1747 Durand, Frank ........1784 Durand, Frank ........1789 Evans, John G .......... 20 Franzman, Jacob ...... 104 Harper, Jos. H..........1080 Harper, Jos. H.........Kisi Harper, Jos. H..........1085 Harper, Jos. H..........1091 Harper, Jos. H..........1097 Harper, Jos. H..........1078 Harper, Jos. H..........1679 Hat per, Jos. II..........1088 Harper, Jos. Il..........1689 Harper, Jos. H..........1690 Harper, Jos. H..........1691 Harper, Jos. H..........1692 Harper, Jos. IT ..........1093 Harper, Jos. H..........1094 Harper, Jos. II..........1733 Harper, Airs. Helen C.. 300 Harper, Mrs. Helen C..1126 Ilarper, Airs. Helen C...204 Harper. Geo. H..... Harper, L. P. Harper, Wm. R..... 243 247 248 100 50 1000 1000 300 500 500 100 300 100 100 300 475 625 50 100 50 250 500 500 250 250 500 500 500 1402 500 ,300 500 150 250 100 5000 3000 250 50 500 10«) 600 250 250 250 250 100 100 50 50 250 3000 50 500 125 125 Miller, Mrs. Mary A Trustee Miller, Mrs. Alary A Trustee Alerrell. Mrs. Lizzie AIcKellops, H. J... McConnell, O. J... AIcMillan, Angus . McMillan, Aliss Alary McMillan, Arthur C AIcMillan, Arthur ( Northey, Abram Ortiez, Joseph .. Omstead, David Overall, John H Preston, James L Price, Bennett, agon Quick, M........... Rickards, J. E..... Roberts, H. G ..... Southmayd, Mrs. S Stifel, Charles F.. Stifel, Charles F.. Stifel, Charles F.. Stlfel, Charles F.. Stifel, Charles F.. Stlfel, Charles T'.. Stlfel, Charles F.. Stifel, Charles F.. Stifel, Charles F.. Stifel, Charles F.. Stifel, Charles F.. Stifel, Charles l*.. Stlfel, Charles F Sligh, Jas. AI... Sligh, Jas. AI... Sligh, Jas. Sligh, Jas. Sligh, Jas. Sligh, Jas. Sligh, Jas. M. Sligh. Jas. AI. Scott, W. D... Schmittner, William Schmittner, William Talent, Patrick .. Talent, Patrick .. Thomas, Jos. H — Tawney, James A Thompson, William Titus, H F ...... Titus, H. F ...... Titus, H. F ...... Williams, Henry Williams, Henry Williams, Henry Williams, Henry Wilson, Airs. Emma Whittaker, John .. Wilt, Airs. Alargaret At.... 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M. E .... 30 60 5 00 ] Haskell, Aliss Ellen P.. 1792 100 10 00 Haskell, Miss Kllen P. .1793 100 10 00 : Haskell, Miss Ellen P. .1794 100 10 00 1 Haskell, Aliss Elien P.. 1795 50 5 00 : Hyde, Jos. A....... .... 66 100 10 00 ' Hyde, Jos. A....... ....1526 100 10 00 1 Hyde, Jos. A....... ....1027 ICO 10 no ! Hyde, Jos. A....... ....1528 100 10 00 i Hyde, Jos. A....... ....1529 100 10 00 1 Hyde, Jos. A....... ....1530 100 10 09 Hyde, Jos. A....... ....1531 100 10 00 Hall, A. 1*........... .... 164 25 2 50 1 Hermann, Ed ...... .... 331 100 10 00 i Hansen, Emil ..... .... 336 300 30 00 i ITodgens, T. M ____ ....1831 9000 POU 00 Johnson, Charles . .... 10 200 20 00 Johnson, Levi C ... ....1796 100 10 00 Kiefer, ('lias. F ..... .... 4f>8 100 10 00 Kiefer, Chas. F ..... .... 469 100 10 00 Kiefer, Chas. F ..... .... 470 100 10 00 1 Kiefer, Chas. F ..... .... 471 1«) 10 00 Kiefer, Clias. F ..... .... 472 100 10 00 Kiefer, ('has. F ..... .... 473 100 10 00 Kiefer, ( has. F ..... .... 471 ion 10 00 Kiefer, Chas. F ..... .... 473 100 10 00 Kiefer, Chas. F ..... .... 470 100 1U 00 Kiefer, Chas. F..... .... 477 100 10 00 Kiefer, Chas. F..... .... 47s 100 10 00 Kiefer, Chas. F..... .... 479 100 10 00 Kiefer, Chas. F..... .... 480 50 5 00 Kaiser, Mrs. Louisa .... 641 400 40 00 Lamping, Robert . .... 163 25 2 50 Lake, Henry ....... .... 179 100 10 00 Leiser, Otto ........ .... 708 400 40 no Alorse, Mrs. F. H... .... 67 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... .... 37 500 50 00 Mullins, Patrick ... ....1697 500 50 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1698 500 50 00 Mullins, Patrick ... ....1702 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1703 100 10 00 Mullins, Patrick ... ....1704 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1705 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1706 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1707 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1708 100 10 (10 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1709 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1710 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... .... 1711 100 m 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1712 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1713 100 10 no Alullins, Patrick ... ....1714 100 10 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1715 100 10 00 Mullins, Patrick ... ....1734 400 40 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1735 400 40 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1752 200 20 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1753 200 20 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1758 500 50 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ... .1768 500 50 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1769 250 25 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1770 150 15 00 Alullins, Patrick ... ....1816 1500 150 00 Milligan, James ... .... 99 600 50 00 Murray, Joseph — .... 145 2(H) 20 00 Moore, P. V......... .... 586 200 20 00 25 00 25 00 900 00 50 00 245 00 2 50 2 50 25 00 15 00 ! 5 00 ; 15 00 ! 20 00 i 46 30 j 20 00 ! 25 00 10 00 1 12 50 ; 5 00 I 30 00 j 10 00 j 10 00 ; 10 00 i 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 55 00 20 00 50 00 50 00 30 00 10 00 60 00 126 50 10 00 10 00 412 50 100 00 10 00 10 00 660 00 25 OO 14 00 50 00 500 00 14 00 1.000 00 1,500 00 GO 00 46 30 25 00 And in accordance with law and the order of the Board of Directors of said Company, Bade on the 27th day of October, 1898, so HUIE POCK & CO. Dealer In CHINESE AND JAPANESE Fancy Goods, Teas, Chinawar. and Ladles' Dress Goods. All Kinds of Silks. Ladies' and Gentlemen'« Underwear ICade to Ord«i a . lie S. MAJN ST.. BUTTE. many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary, will be sold in front of the Bee Hive block, No. 48 East Broad way, in Butte City, Silver Bow County, Alontana, on the 7th day of January, 1899, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. JESSE B. MELLOR. Secretary of said Combination Mining and Alining Company. Office located at room No. 39 in the Bee Hive Block, No. 48 East Broadway, in Butte City, Silver Bow County, State of Alontana. SU AIMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Second Judicial District of the State of Montana, In and for the County of Silver Bow—ss: Mary Drowatsky, plaintiff, vs. Rudolph Drowatsky, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above-named defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer tlie complaint in this action, which Is filed in the office of the clerk of this court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the re lief demanded in the complaint. Said action is brought to obtain a judg ment and decree of said court, dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between the plaintiff and defendant above named, on the ground of extreme ciuelty. Plaintiff's verified complaint, on file herein, alleging among other things that you. said defendant, did, on the 6th day of March, 1S98, and repeatedly, publish and make false charges against the chastity of plaintiff. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer said com plaint, as above required, the said plain tiff will take judgment against you ac cording to the prayer of her said com plaint. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this IGtli day of December, A. D. 1898. CLINTON C. CLARK, (SEAL.) Clerk. By J. E MORAN, Deputy Clerk. Thompson Campbell, Attorney for Plaintiff. No. 7640. ALIAS SUA1MONS. In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. William Owsley and Charles Schatz lein Plaintiffs, vs. Alontana Smelting & Mining Company, a corporation; E. L. Larsen, I, AI. Jacobs, A. S. Binnard, Abraham Binnard and Sewel Davis, de fendants. „ The state of Montana sends greeting t(i the above- named defendants. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, which is filed in the office of the clerk of this court, a copy of which Is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after tho service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your fail ure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded In the complaint. The said action Is brought to obtain a judgment and decree of this court upon a certain promissory note for the sum of $7,000.00. alleged to have been made, exe cuted and delivered by the- defendant, the Montana Smelting & Alining com pany, a corporation organized and exist ing un and by virtue of the laws of the state of Montana, to the plaintiffs on October 19, 1897, and bearing Interest at tho rate of one per cent per month from date until paid, cr.d which now remains due, owing and unpaid, and Is held and owned by the plaintiffs; that a certain lien of mortgage, as evidenced by «.on tracts in writing executed October 19, 1897, and alleged in tho complaint to have been given as security for the payment of the said promissory note, be foreclosed upon the property set forth In said con tracts, to-wit: Upon 24.086 44 shares of the capital stock of the said Alontana Smelting & Mining company and upon certain mining leases upon tlie Longfel low, Cooper, Buckeye, Lighthouse and CalcBe lode claims In Aladison county, Montana, and that the same be sold; that the plaintiffs have judgment against the said Alontana Smelting & Mining company for tlie amount of said note; that «he interests of the defendants, E. L. Larsen, I. M. Jacobs, A. S. Binnard, Abraham Binnard and Sewell Davis, be decreed to be subsequent and subject to the lien of the plaintiffs upon said property, and for an attorney's fee of $500.00, to be taxed as part of the costs of said action; and for such other relief as may bo equitable. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 30th day of November, A. D. 1898. CLINTON C. CLARK. (SEAL OF COURT.) Clerk. By T. E. BOOTH, Deputy Clerk. William E. Carroll, Attorney for Plain Pennyroyal pills r Original »»»*! Only Genuine. a gblnc- ribbor. TaUc no oi Lcr. Refuse, dan •gérons substitutions and imitations. A% v f l»rufgi*i^or »end 4 p. in stamps for particular»,t«v 1: moulais aart "Kellpf for Ladle*«** tu letter, bt KSf return »lull. 10,<K)® i'e*tiraoniaU.A^ams/ > .j/>«f /r ('!tU>ht'*ier('lifitiloa',C< ..MadisonHquarth —-rV.v'i uv -:i ».OCR. •«. 4t. 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