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RECIPE FOR INSOMNIA,
The Published Remedies for a Wakeful Brain and Inability to Sleep. After a Modest uDpper and an Evening of Love and Duty, Go to Bed. * Think on Ways to Make Others Happy Plan Joys and Chances of the Moral Sort. I have tried all the published remedies for a wakeful brain and persistent inability to sleep, and some of them are good, writes Mary F. Spencer in the Sunday Globe Democrat. They are at least amasing, and if some one will collect them all in a vol ume I will warrant the reading of them will make night hours very light to pass away. One man advises to hold the breath; an other to breathe as fast as possible. One would have You get out of bed and take a shower bath; another would stand on one foot till exhausted. One would count one hundred backward; another would name over every article of furniture in the house from garret to cellar. One advises eating a hearty meal before retiring; another would only swallow a cup of hot water in sips. One would walk a mile after supper, which would quite upset some other one, who ad vises the most quiet and idle way of spend ing the evening. To go to a theater or place of amusement is panacea. says A, but B likes better a novel, which he reads till drowsy. John Bright always read in a volume of "American Poetry," prefetably Longfellow; and Bismarck smokes with a plenty of beer. The least touch of a stimulant will assist one, but quite prevent the least thought of sleep fdr another. I have tried the onion remedy and am convinced it would do for an os tricb; and the peanut remedy, which would quite kill even an ostrich. Now, let me tell you what I believe you would find to be the very best insomnia cure possible. After a modest supper of oatmeal or toast, and an evening of homely love and duties, go to bed. As soon asyour head is on your pillow begin to plan who you can make happy in the morning and how you can do it. First, in your own household there are always ways that you can easily think over by which you can sow joy in every heart and face. Then look over your friends and recall those you have a love for. What a delight it will be to add one joy to each of a select circle. There are neighbors, also, who can be touched for good, and poor acquaint ances who can be helped in life's stiuggle. Outside of all are your enemies,or those you have abhorired or hated; or, at least, those you have gone by on the other side. No matter now about remorse or regret; we are simply planning for the better, which is the true method. Perhaps you will already be asleep. But this I know, for I have tried it, your worries will be gone so far you can not coax them back. Your frets and brain heats will be fanned by angels. The deli cious foretaste of what you have planned fills you with a glow of delight and peace. You have not laid out a great expenditure of strength or money. Doing good is the least costly thing in the world. What wears on us is being selfish. To hate or to despise is self-exhausting. To neglect is self-rob bery. To give is in most oases to get. 'Tie a big blunder to be forgetful of otheis' feelines. For the most part I find that what I owe, really owe, are trifles as the world speaks of them. But are the smiles and gentle words trifles? A family's peace, growth, charao tar, hangs on your having a sweet face and gentle ways. When I am trying to get to sleep after this manner it comes to me very clearly that there is no one in the house hold but may be made unusually happy in the morning. Ahl but what can be more delicious than a group of grateful, happy children? Have you been a lit:le stubborn in sympathizing with one of your boys? Has Mary lacked the tenderest consionus ness that her mother enters into her emo tional life? The boys are forming friend ships: have you lived fully and freely in all their daily emotions, so that you can help them to love wisely, or are you only angry and annoyed that their hearts wander away from yourself? No matter how it is, you are now planning that in the morning your tongue, your arm, your eye, all of you will be busy making people happy. You know you can do it. You see it so clearly. And never did it seem so beautiful. You feel like the blue sky arched over head and spangled full of stars, for your soul arches over all friends and foes, and your sweet purposes are the stare. In your mind there comes rest, and lo! you are asleep. I do not think you will waken before morning, and then you will come forth strong, pure and radiant. The moral cure is by all odds the beet method, not only in oases of insomnia, but of many other ills. I have yet to see any trouble or ill that did not need moral pur pose to oure it. I am not preaching a fad. am not denouncing physical remedies, but relegating them from the front. When you have begun, na I have suggested, to think over the beautiful and design the good, there is an atmosphere of harmony established in and about you, you glow with a delicious sense of rightness. All trouble comes from a breach of nature. Every effort to be right, and do right, improves the bodily health. Pure thoughts and kind purposes rub creases out of the forehead. 1 am glad that a certain part of faith cure has had its advocates and believers. One need not be a moral idiot because she believes in the power of moral thought, moral hope, and moral will. But if thinking nobly can soothe the tired brain, and smooth the fretted nerves, and give recauerative sleep, why cannot much more be done? A ae there not other hours of the day when trouble or fret grips us tenaciously and will not lot us go, and relief might come as fully by beginning to plan good things for others? Try it. I for one have a few families that are invaluable to me as curers of headache and dyapepsia. Onels an invalid mother and two invalid daughters. It does me good to send to them a basket of oranges and jellies and other nourishments. Another is a family of boys, bright and manly, but the mother lives by working, and I find the little chaps with their arms in the suds rubbing clothes. It is an in dustrlous lot, enough to do, enough to eat, and enough to wear: but no balance for luxuries. A dish of ice cream in summer or a basket of candies and fruit in winter is what adds to their lives. The very things that are had for me and mine break up the routine of such people's lives and carry in aunshinie. We can not decently get on without poorer neighbors. Average wealth and universal equality would decrease the joyse of the world. I am sure of one g eat t.uth-that sellishness is very painful as well as mean, and kindness is a wholesome, life-givinlg sentiment. But I must not wander too far away from insomnia. This terrible plague is Ameri cas, because Americans are so persistently given to work. Is not our work too self seeking, rather than too burdensome? Have we not lost the end of wol k; the true aim of living? Even our religion is touched with a furious passion to get lintl peace at the expons. of our best fiilnd. WIe are scrambling to pile up a big hbap to enjoy by and by; and "'to li. upt eiiuarenin heatven" is interpreted by us in the same way, as a great pile of solf denials and worships and pravers and other such things to enjoy the fiuits of in eter nity. We are leaving out the all-importannn idea of work as joy-giving to others. I mean if all that we do had in it the thought of making other faces to shine would it not always make our own to shine? Thinking so, I have resolved to make the most beau tiful hour of the day that one when 1 lay my head on my pillow, Instead of thinking over my pains and troubles I think over the possibility of relieving others. I ased to plan mny to-morrow's duties of a household nmaterial sort; now I I lan my joys and chances of a moral sort. Nor does the ful flllment of these fail to add to life's lux uries and contribute another element antag onistio to insomnia. Lhe sleeps beet who works with God. DR8. LIEBIG & CO. Will open orice at MEROHANTS 1: HOTEL, Aug 1. remaining to Aug. 7, 181f, and on same date will viett Helena each month tlherafter. The Oldest, Most Successful, and Only Reliable San Francisco Specialists, Surgeons and Physicians, Who havethe majority of Patients under treat meoat in an Franaisco and on the Pacific Coast for the following diseases. are now in Butte City. 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In a recent letter he says: " I had bee:; ruftrering from painls in ty back and general kid :icy conmplaint for some time, and had uisedl many remedieswithout any but temporary relief. The pains in my back had become so severe that I was prevented from attending to say work sanid could not move about witthout the use of a cane. Hear ing, through n friend, of the wonderful cures ef fccted by Oregon Kidney 'fee, I was induced to tsy a tox, and from that ve y first dose I fonnd instan relief, and before using half the contents of tlh box the pains in my back entirely disappeared. hliave every faith in'the virtues of the Oregon tiduey Tea, and can eonscientiously recommendc t to my friends. I would not be without it for tt:.thilig." Oregon Kidney Tea cures backache, inconti tr.ce of urine, brick duslt sedizcint, burning or :tfill ensation w:ile urinatingit end all tff c o.fthvlo:e s,.r i" -..',:eitlhr:,'" 1891. 1891. THE PLEASURE STEAMER, 'POSE OF J-IELENA," Makes regular trips through "Gate of Mountain" on the Misseuri river, from Hilger's Landing to Pionae Canyon and Deartooth Mountain and re turn, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, dur ing the present navigable season, isaving Hil. ger's Landing at 11 a. m. and return by 3:80 p. m. et same day. Will also make special trips with parties of ten persons or more on Mondays,. Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, during same hours of the day. Fare for one person to Pionic Canyon and return on regular trips, $2.:I; to Beartooth Mountain, $8. For parties of fifteen or more persos, $2 each te Pionie Canyon, and Beartootk $2.50, Special trpis for parties of ten or more to Picnia Canyon $2.50; to Beartooth $3. For parties of afteen or more on stecial trips $2 each. For parties of fifteen or more on spo eial or regular tripe. including conveyance per John Zelgler' band-wagon, from Helean to til. ger's, and from Hilger's to Picnio Canyon and return to Helena, leaving Holona at 7 a. m. and return at 8:30 p, m. same day, $8 per person. N. HILIRB. Proprietor. NOTICE TO CREDITORS-ESTATE OP Eugene Hoerm n, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ex ecutor and executrix of the estate of Eusgc. lioerman, deceasedl, to the Creditors of. and all persona having claims against the sail doeeased, to exhibit thnem with the neessary voneherr. within ten months after the first publication ola this notice, to the said executor and oxecutl ,s. atth law o,enes of F. N. & t. H. Iuclntiro, rooms 18 and 19 Gold block. Helena, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estato NICIIOLA KESSLER, !"xenc tor. IOROTHEA HOE MAN. Executrix of the Estate of Eugene Hoerman, deceased. Dated Melnas June 12. 1691. N OTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBERIt In accordance with the provisions of section 8, rules and regulatioes prescribed by thie Ihon orable secretary of the interior. May ,. 8191.1. the underigned, hereby give notice that at the expi ration of twentyrone de's ft om tle first publica lion of tine notes. I will maklo writtens applic'a tion to the honorable secretary of the interior for authority tocut and to'uove all the merchantabhls raw logs and pi.s timber on the followig do. scrihld public land. to-wit: Which when surveyed will be, tllm northeast quarter of .ectisn 18, townehip 13 north, r:cago 21 west, aid tract of landr o,,nteinings 1O0 acres, and having tilseen aboatt l:,sOt. fnet of pine timber; also that certain ottler tren, of land, which, et on urveyed will be the nebteast hbelf of thl eouthlenr qluarter of oc'tisn s12, tuwnohip 15 north. range :2 wort. said tract Of land containing 5 . a n.e ansi hbting thereon ablout 20.0t0 feet of piine timhor: said ;and is rocky blnehoe nsd not adapted to grleslture, and locat.d in Missoula county, iv tae st.e of Mlenlase, J. O. IANRATTY. Frenohlows, Montana. Jnl, 7, 1801. Fset publication July 5. 1821. DIBBOI,UTION NOTICE---NOTICEI 18 HERE by given that the co-partnership teretoforc existing between Sidlrmasn & laiditrfr. unds r thle arm name and tlyle of tteidestutn & 1eltlssr is this day dsts-i.olod by snuael c,,onrts: t ellI r msan re:irin.! frtem the firm. All senat due tihe Iste -tm sars psh:e to I . G. I.eiidi:tr lho wi 1 pay aU euteiandil:g ancounteo against tlieo d fir st. ,. n. i, '1D ti%'. " A K. PRESCOTT, SDeal.r in 0 MAJBLE GRANITE MONUMENTS * *ANti * Headstones. HemNA. m - - oist OTe L'UOl APLI4T0ION TO (UT TIV!P I N l ethi eorense witn nhe lyovton of oaston ]le0 eretary of the Iuteriort May., l 0l 1, tlte I;. Areted, boit notice 1 at at the a pr atoi of twenty-onr elates mom to first pnblirajo of ihis nloe tlo trsake written app cat en to t e honore. weoretary of int rioý for ftp. thorlty to out nd remorne all the mereltatblo saw-loge, pin and fr, on the following deserib In, d. to wit: (Commncing at the northeast eornr of aeotlo I township I, north range 4 Wesnt; thence ast aeon the north line to the Miesori ltver; thonce south along the left henk of raid river to the oentre township line thence west alonug ad line to the eoutlheaetquarter of action 18, township It, north range 4 wt; thence north to the place of beginning. Bald land aiving thereon ahont 9000, t4 feet fu pine and fir timber. Commenin at t oit arhe t one mi wit from rrere the dlvdlng line betwron Cacade and Mereher counties crou Belt Creek; tmhence moth about eigt m lea to a point about one mile weat where arley (Crork runs into Belt (ureek thence west about six miles; thence north about night milea to the dividing line between totlh oontie nearmedt; thence east to place of beginuing. taid land having thereon about ulrtt,00 feet of pine end Or timser. Commencing at the sontLeast quarter corner of sectton 1t. townehtp It north range 8 west, and runnuln thrnce east six mIles; thence in a nmrtherly dir'etion three mlies west to norttaemt section corner of eactioln i, townashie 14, north rangs westl. and thence south to the place of Isginning, said tract ,f land having thereod about I.001.JO fettof pine and frtir mbesr Also nil of eection i, 2, 8, II. 12 ani 18i, in townehinl4 n., r. 8 w. said tracts of land having thereon aboul 00,t,0 fOeet of pine and fir timber, Also that certain other tract cnmmsneing at tie northeast corner of segt'on it, township ilt north range 8 west. and running thence east six miles: thence sooth three milas: thence west to the southeast corner of section 12, towmship 1i north range t we.t: thence north to place of be. ginnig. aitd tract of land having thereon about I.O000,O feet of pine and fir timber. All lof said land is unsurveyed, except what is marked by rectiosn, beingl none min eral, rough ard ealep and not adapted for gricuhnral inrposes, and is locatsl in the ounties of Lewis an Clarke, Cascade, and Meagher, in the state oni Montana. hOll'h.iBi LUMBER CO. Py CARLone WxoNaRn, Manage. First publication, June 27. 1891. To Chicago in Less than 14 Hours I- VIAs SNOITHWESTERN LINE u. St P, M., & O.Ry, C, & N,-W, Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line running all. its Paseenger Train. in loss than 14 hours between St. Pant and Chi cano, and while this time is quick, trains do not have to run at as high rate of speed to make their time as on other lines, because this line is shorter than any other line. "The Pullman and Wagner Veetibuled Limit ed," leaving Bt. Paul at 7:80 P. M., makes the trip to Chicago in 18% hours, reatrning in 18 hours and 25 minutes. "The Daylight Express," leaving St, Paul at 7:45 A. U., makes the tripto Chicago it. 18 honrs end ho miutes, returning in1 i hors and 45 minutes. This is the only line by which connections are assured in Chicago with all fast line trains from Chicago to the east and sooth in the morning and at night. Close connections are made at St. Poa with Northern Pocific and Great Northern trains. For rates, maps folders, etc.. apply to C. F. M. TINLINGI. General Agent, Bailey Block, No. 18 N. Main St., Helena. Mont. T. W. TEASDAtx, Gon. Pan. Agent. St. Paul. Mia. THE RUN Fast Trains with Pullman Vestibuled Draw:as Rooun Slepers Didnag Cars and Coachbs so latest design, blweeu Chicago ana Mrlw.skee and St. Paul and Minneapolis. Nuat Trainswith l'wlalan Vestibnuled Drawinj Room bleepers, IDining Cars and Coaches of latest design, bntwoen Chicago and Milwaukes and Ashland anti Duluth. Through Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room and Colonist Sloopers via the Northern Pacific Railroad botween Chicago and Portland, Ore. 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