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The Longing for the Artistio as It Is Shown in the Large East. ern Cities. The Art Crase Has a Very Ratn lng Influence in the Homes of the Land. Advice to the Novice In Chine Painting --orme Beautiful Dessert Plates Gold in the Fire. Everybody nowadays either draws or paints, says the Philadelphia Record. The studios and art schools are thronged with pupils, while the number of amateur dab blers who pick up here and there what they can and never have any instruction at all is legion. This state of affairs leads up to the query: Does this spasmodic craze for art tend to any good end? The pessimist de olares that it does not; that it degrades the taste for art, and makes art itself a laugh ing stock. The optimist, on the other band, while conceding that very few of the ambitious tyros will ever become artists in any sense of the word, and that the major ity will only waste good canvas and fine pigments ad infinitum, and produce only bad pictures ad nauseum, takes the ground that all this dabbling develops art cunl ture, and that tleir work thus be copnes productive of the greatest good. They will learn to appreciate art and artists. By seeing how bad their own work is they will learn to appreciate a better understanding of what is really good. And while they are learning this lesson they will be giving no end of pleasure to family and friends by their crude efforts, in which loving friends can find no flaws. By all means, let us take the optimistic view of the mania for art, and as we journey along lose no happy day on account of gloomy pessimistic forebodings. A glimpse into almost any household will convince one that the art craze is not with out its refining influences. See the sketches and paintings (they may be daubs); the more harmonious arrangement of colors in the different rooms, the decorated china on the sideboard and on the breakfast table. All these things have their weight with the minds and hearts of the family and they are bettered by them. Because so many of the atteomts to produce melodious sounds fall short of the mark shall music be ruled out of the household? And it ama teur singers be allowed to sing in peace, why should not amateur painters be allowed to paint without provoking the scorn of those more gifted or higher up in art? But the purpose of this hrticle is not a homily. The writer aims only to help the dabblers in art work-the without-a-teacher sort over some of the rough places they will be sure to come across. It has frequently been urged upon the be ginner in china painting to work for some time in monochrome. The young worker is prone to aspire to the representation of realistic flowers in all their variety of color ing, and while this is regarded as simple work by the expert, it is sure to lead to many discouragements if undertakeui with out some experience in the manipulation of mineral colors. A Fainting may look fairly well before it is fired, but the action of the heat brings out every im perfection and clearly shows every unevenness in the colors. Strong colors on up the weakness; a few become more in tense, and some disappear almost entirely. By working in monochrome a gradual knowledge of the different colors nod the effect of the heat upon each is gained. And singal color decorations are by no means to be despised. A set of dessert plates recently displayed were marvels of beauty, executed in brown No. 4, shaded with the same color, with delicate sprays of dull gold intermingled. The designs were floral, each plato quite different in design. The edges, instead of being banded or dabbled, as has been so long the custom, were decorated with irreg ular scrolls of gold, to apply which a thin fan-sha;ed bristle brush had been used, which made some of the lilies quite heavy. others very fine. The effect was good, and the work easily done. Gold annlind in thi, way is namity mYan Gold appliod in this way is easily man aged, and is almost sure to come out of the fire satisfactorily, if the proper precautions be nesed. The china must be perfectly clean; the gold must be of the p oper con sistency, not so thick that it will be lump), but thick enough to conceal the white of the china. and must be laid evenly. Another set of dessert plates were also In monochrome in similar designs, each plate being painted in a different shade of brown. The edges and sprays were painted with yellow ochre instead of gold, applied in the same manner as the gold. Some of the sllaays of feathery grasses were lightly tipped with gold, with excellent effect. La crmix's underglaze blue, with a judicious intermingling of gold, is a good color for mlonoehrome work. An exquisite combination for mono chrome is pearl g. ny and carmine, or brown or old blue. The gray is laid as flat as may be over the entire design, after which the bright color is laid in shadings. outlininge, veins, stamens, etc. Another idea is to use two harmnonious colors; for example, yel low ochre and brown No. 4 and 17; carmine and nuby purple: deep red brown and deep bron, and so on, adding cold or not as tarts and circumstance dictates. It is not advised, however, to waste much time or morey on gold work until one knows pretty well how to apply color. All ldisorlers eaarold by a b'lios state of tlhe FmS em c(' b be iurol li, ciilo ( "aittr's litle LivLer l'ills. No p:in, g-rilidJ or discomfort att nldlilng tir use. 'ITry thoeu. fleow to Prevent Ilongllness of the Skin. During cold, dry, windy weather this nuestmon saitates the mind of every lady in the land who orizoe a smooth, soft skin. There is nothing mole harmless and effect ive than Wisdom's Violet Oream for pre venting and eradicating the ill effects of severe weather. '1 ry it. Nolnday Exzcureson Rates. The Montana Central will sell during the summer tickets from Helena to Alhambra and Boulder and return at one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale Satur days and Sundays and will be good to re turn until the following Monday. It. H. LANOLEr, tieneinl 'ticket Agent. 'What a Noted Physician Says. W. P. Wisdon' CnuuCoo, Jan. 31, 1888. Dear Sir-As you equeosted I have exam ined the formula of your toilet preparation called "'Itobertiune." 1 can assure you that the ingredients are both bland and harm lees, and that the compound would form an excelleni application in irritated oondi tions of the skifn. Yours truly, Ateru1tvia ILDN livAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, Rush Medical Col lege and P'. A. Surgeon, U. S M. H. S. Alutonalte Mannaer. But time changes minds as well as man. ners, though even now when making changes from one circle to another, it often requir.s that adaptability which could be said found in one who has automatic man ners. However, such radical changes not only appear in drawing-room repartee, street dress, etc., among people, but also `a the conveniences and luxuries afford l mankind. Railroad travel is one instance. A few pears algo, romparatively, one iad to consueeo much valuabla tinue in an utconl. r'rtsble way to make what i now thought uothing of as a night's journey in a sleeper. The most muodern equipmoot and trans portation fcilities an bto found on the fast trains of the Minneapolis & St. Louis railway to Chicago, 8t. Louis, I ot Sprinugst Kansas City, etc. Inqalre of any agentu, ofl the company, or C. Mi. Pratt, gcumal tiekt aMl peai e sg atn Mian.etl s Mlnn. 4DV.vZtIsD LBTTBMM. letters for the following persons remain unOalled for at the Helena. Mont., polstfioe on Jily 28,1M01. In calling for them please may "advertised." olnTLNIN's LIt. Adams,.J, V, Akelson, Ina N. Anderson Au. Andrews. 'Wmi. C. Baldwin, Vank Bearer, Charley Bennett harles Brger, A. W. Blakely Win. Brown, Chns. Bordwell, Harry Bottoher, W, Bowden Chas. Brenner, J. B., Brramdeld, J. W. Bryant, Jos. Barr, John W. Care, Robert Carlson Erlok Churchill G. T,. Comer, Nick Craig, J. M. Crowley, John Crottogini, Guiseppo Donoan, John Dunnigan, W. H. Eller, Watson Elliott, Win. (I) Ensign, M. W. Ernest, Joseph Evans, B. C. W. Faull Thee. French, Pete Gilbride, Charles Glbbings, W. R. Glass, John Groves. J. T. Gratney, A. C. Hall, Harry Haltum, Hans A. Hanke, H. C. Hart, Lewie (2) Hart, L. H. Hart, Swine Hesseelgummer, . Higinse, F. J. Hiscoek, J. H. Holmes, J. A. Horn, Chas. L. James, Al. Josef, Andro (2) Johns, Dave (2) Johnson, C. A. Johnson, Louis Johnston, Theo. Kelly, Jno. H. Keller, Louis N. Keemeyor &r Mayer King, George Kast, Win. F. Labranohe, L. Latson, J. Larson, Chas. B. Lenairo Frank Lester, John Mack, 6. B. Mayer, August Meldrum, H. Menown H Meyer, K. E. Morris, O. N. Morrisetto, Narcisse Mulligan, G. H. Myers, John Mykinas, M. McDermott, Gen.J.H. McDonald, Goo. S. McDonald, Roderick McPherson, W. G. Nelson, L. P. Nobleo, T. J. O'Brine, John )'Kief, Michel O'Hara, Patrick Oneil, Felix Orcutt, August Patterson, Frank Petterson, C. P. Potter, M. M. Powell, J. W. Proves, Hanrie Prough, T. n ,g iteod Jros. Itobinson, Mhstny Ruzon, Giam Sands, T. H. Savage. C. H. Scott, Win. Sherman, Charley, Sheppard, Geoo, A. Skattebo, T. O. Sloan, W. C. Smith, Charley Speze, Henryq(2) Standish, Harry Stephens, T. C. Stevens, TIom Stevenson, Charley Stewards, F. M. Stoughton, J. M. trong, Fred A. Stantion, Win. Svnusean, Petter Sullivan, M. J. Sullivan, C. M. Taylor, T. H. Taylor, E. L. Tenny'sPavil'n M'gr. 'T'inesl, it. S. Turner, A. P. Ustick, Elmer Webber, Jerry M. Whittingham, B. E. Williams, T. H. Williamson, I. T. Windmuller, Johann Wilcox, Jessie L. Word, J. J. LADIES' LIST. Ahles, Miss Mary Allen, Mrs. Annie 'T. Alkire, Miss Nora Anderson, Miss Maria Barr, Miss Lizzie Battel. Mrs. Abbie Boron, Mrs. Sadie Bradin, Mrs. S. A. Bunnell, Mrs. E. A. Chalfun, Mrs. L. J. Chapman, Miss LydiaCooper, Miss Mamie Cooper, Miss Mary A Cox, Mrs. Jennie Dunn, Mrs. Mary' Eddy, Mrs. B. Flynn, Mrs. Maggie Gifford, Mrs. Helene Gifford, Mrs. G. L. Hammer, Mrs. L. Hussey, Mrs, J. C. Johnson, Miss A. L. Kennedy, Mrs. J. M. Larson, Miss Celia Lindell, Miss Louisa] Morton, Mrs. E. F. Moloney, Mrs. J. McManamon, Mn . M. Noek, Miss Lizzie Powers, Miss Julia Porter, Miss Jane (6) Reid, Mrs. Amelia Semnual, Miss John Shadwell, Mrs. May Sprague, Kate Wallace, Mrs. E. F. Weloh, Miss Alice T. H. CLEWELL, P. M. " .rsaparilJs, nd oiler liver, blood nand ltn r"medl"s. but 1"ere ia on, and anotn lingtriog th l' s arising from Torpid Liver backed it7 n poa tlv urarantee if This peeular m pditno tells bweyond all ot tro u the ci d d. ndl why should i' not? "Talk is cheap," but when ithe prs with b a vertisements ofra Sby sarsaparil h.s, nd other liver, blood aend lputn iremtaedies, t there is one meian bu , an: Andl onthe, the Wliics for which, as a crne for a usmrant c.ing e:...¢ Dr. Pierce's Golden Med Dr. Pire'n arisiden Modial Torpid iver theck tlmoney pfr! ul inroads of Scroefulndd. if taein ninp l, arrdice thils bey of Con osumtiroun oul the civilised w orich d. And why srohoul, puri notnd enriches theap," but there, by ca ine ll Skin ed tablshed lsepta Utior, Sfor hon.st lltygs, hand sotndred afinn tar n Inourabl? oe Cao tthat jut at World's Dispensary Med- y ical A ti proprietoof oBuffalo, N. Y., mean rt ild, oothr. Pierce's Golden Md Dr. Pienor"'r i (slen Medical Discovery d'lty, O FR ;,,., Haler Ciy- 0 CENTURY f taken identitl ithhe, arrests the marcd of Con ulopmeon ofthat ounrygs, which is Lung I uo other than Mir. John Stvw.lrt, one of th cralthita, pr and mo nr itl i, citizches in blood, ;illllty. In a rereett lett,.r he ·lvy : " I had beesl If ri.TlK from puhls in lmly bac:.k ml gentral kid. thereby co urping ,il Skini and Scal Dise ases, ,'omnedies without any Ibut t(mpl),)rary re'lief. The" Ulceains i11 blc had Iwllg :,o tt kindred ail in l fithor than inurabll ' claetle. of Ca. h, lihro eph o frie, of tprietors of Dr. Sages fc'.trd hy ()regot Kidellly Ti'?:l, VI w:ut inllluccld lto 11 bhuox, and froIn th'at R e,)yt Ilome nd ly its rlief,and before ig half sootheing and heof tli Iro hple every ith i thes, It cures of the worstn iases, no d c t ousicnti how lon rcandig. Only it tso y friend. I wulis not be ithot it everywhere. :anyhi iCg." E TURY (Orie n Kildney Ten cures barckane, 5,',nti elie of rl ilen brictk dIllt ., it,:t, t: tltlilf ( reienfll o sfior Ia hilt Ii t ll',: and o ' It • _ THE ELECTRIC CIGAR CO., c - =...... -Saint Paul, - 1VI innesota., •*. Are the Only and Sole Distributing Agents for Montana of the Celebrated +f. AGNES BOOTH CIGARS. Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. SAUL I. GINSBURG, Western Salesman. DR8. LIEBIC & CO. Will open oAice at " ERCHANT8 -:. FIOTEL, Aoa i, remaining to Aug. 7, 1801, and on game data will vlsit llelona each month thereafor. The Oldest, Most Successful, and Only Reliable San Francisco Specialists, Surgeons and Physicians, WhL havethe majority of Patients under strea ment in San Fransiaco and on the PaolSe Coast for the following diesas; are now in Butte City. AllU requirin expert medical or surgical services an be treated by the great Pacific Coast Doctors, now in Butto City, with out havlng to visit San Francisco. latranos to Liebig World Dispeneary, 8 sasi Broadway, corner Main Btreet. Dre. Lieblg & Co. are regullar graduate, in medicine ant arycery and special oaetltitonere authorized by the states of Missouri. :allforni and Montana to treat all rhronie, nervous and private direatot I whether canset by Imprudence, excess or contaion l, seminal wtaknese, nigh TOhes, eOxual debllty lJOS of sexual ur owIer nervous debility lovss of nerve ftrcel, ditsease ot the blood syphil. gonorrhcea, glset and atice taro) cured. Curable caes. guarani eedor money refundd.d CCharges low. T'houands of cMase cure. Aii mediuaines are especiallyreparod foe ecur Andvi rua cae at laboratory. No injurious or poisonous compounds used No time lost from buelucsr,. aI'ucnts at a diatance treated by mail and expreos. Mnlirine seat everywhere free from gaze or breakage. In disueaus of tho blood, brain, heart and newv ones sytotm, as well as liver, kidney and grave complaints, rhtumatinm, paralysis and all o$her chronic diurea.es. Wrilt for illustrated anlere on Deformities, Club Feet, CDurvatir of t pine, Pile, Turorrs, Cancer, Ctarrh, BIronhtltirs, Inhalatlon, Elecrio. ty, Magnetism, l'aralybl, Hpilenpy, Kidney, BilaId , Eye, Ear, bkia and Bllood and all aurg cal operutiona. Disuaees of women a sveoialty. Book on disL ens free. lb'h ouny reliable Medical and Surgical Inetli tute Imakil.g a el Ociltly of private dieases. All biooddlicssres uccessfally treated. Syphi litic Poisons removed from the system without mercury. New restorative treatment for lose of Vit ,1 Power. Persons unable toviit us may he treated at home by correspondeneo. All cor. muaicationo confidential. Medicines or Instr mont sent by mail or express securely peeked. One personal interview preferred. Call and con. sult. us, or send history of your cace and we will end in plain wrapperour book free, oxplaining why trnouealds cannot ho cured of Private, bpe. al and Nervous diseases, Seminal Weakness, Qporrmatorral. Impotncy. , Syphilie, Gonorrhma, Qleet, Varicocliss etc. Drs. Liebig & Co. are the only qualified or re spuneible specialiste left in Montana since the new medical law. Office hours fromit to t and 7 to 8 p, m.; or by applintmeot in ohecure or urgent cases. CONS'ULTATION FE'!;.. Agency for Dr. Liebig's Invigorator at Room -. at llrmadway. Butts. PROFES IONAI, CARDS. . G. DAVIE S, Attorney at Law. Room 5 Ashby block, lelena, Mont. DR. IF. C. LAWYER, Physician and Surgeon. BPZOIALTIX--Eyc, Ear and Throat. Office: 1081/ Broadway. KINSLEY & BLACIKFORD. (J. W. Kineley-Wm. M. Plackford) Attorneys at Law. Masonic Temple Building, Helena, Montana. ASHBURN K. BARBOUB, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Helena, Montatn . MASSENA BULLARD. Attorney an' Counsellor at Law. Will practire in all courts of record in the state. UOffice in Gold ilock, Helena, Montane. SIZER & KEERL, Civil r.l ei MAiag Engineers. U. S. De;punty Mineral Surveyors. Mineral pat. onte securod. Iooms 12-1. Atlas buildig, del. sue. Montana. MR. . IIOCKMAN, Physician, Surgeon, Aceonuher, Oculist, Aurist Me~mber of San Francisco Medical Society. also Nevada tfte S Medical liociety. Ofice on Main street, over Steinmete Jewelry store. tit[CEIVER'B SALE--NOTICE IS HtREBY given that the undersigned receiver by virtue ,f a decree made and entered in the l r nittl States circulit court, of thle inth Judicial ciracut in and ror the district of Montana, on Wednesday, July , 1$: 0, In which Giilehrist Irothers &L Edgar are plaintiffs, aga;nst tielena. not Springs and Smol ler Ralatroad company,P et l. defendants, will stll at public suoe ion to tic, h'ghest bidder, on the Ist day of Settember 181. nt the ncrrt!i dcor ot the ourl ibouirc, in thce county f .oewis lnd Clarke. F(ate of Montana, at 1L . cockL m.. of said day, all the right,, title and interest of the parties in acid suit to the following descri.ed property toc wit: rThat certain roilway known an t o Helenac, tlot Sprint s and Smelter ricllo l, ro.onricing on tihe boundary line betwoeen thm Itroadwatyr ilot rprine s Hotel Iroperty adl the proemisest ofth late I)wtigt T'. Goliell, running thence in an easrterly iroction to, alt .Ihroi gh the ciry of hInlron. to ithe Nortlrn i alicfi dot. 't'o Tetllor iwithl allt11h lands, th t crla c i lt anrd herrditaoeualts. a-cuirrrdi or aplroprriitcdc for i le ri,- t cf way of raid ralroad ailt branel o(c. Arcd ni tit, oa c.t inents. rights, licerties. ntircilegoe, Irecchise, in. mlnitic and exemnltions ,o said rtil.'road nm ipn. ial.ehrtainingt tic tlhe ownice,p moaintniinici. oanr. lng. monitg isad ecjying tie s:tmi:; tig- lieor witl all the railroad ilta c, tight oi way. deit t grertlndl, etatioln groiund aid other Innlis, ratro tlrcc aantioin Ioic, onrl rgilo lli.is, r ecion r, fitl tlrllr st, t lrloOuHc, nl ri. taetlllnh e IlOl . o, tlrlt talnles. tuportatr turmes, roltinig trckn, car , fl;r ni atire, toole, implement-, imoaelinly, of said railroand roc)Iati Ly a all other lprolerly, rel, Dpror naDl acdi nlxtl. hi ritten bid wlrill alto lo ireeoivoal by the tdrcdrr cignetd fir scid i op-crty. whic'h te d bt In aill Irt oacricnd at the plct. lind uoi tihe day of sntle and cOl eily rmlad a the bids of rpartimes nakCing t asrre. 't'he ono shallt Iti Lrcah, surbject to the' ap Irovait acnd crnircattion of tho above namued rcourt. ITho irop)erty will not i.c soll for lees lin :lt,O00ll, of whticth cul at le sat $1t2.000 l ll bi, paid in ashi, ant Ihlic Ialani.t osay ic aill iCn six andi nine nccoilltr, erLreci by a Irorlgage liet upon the proipert.y, or ehli ohlier rlcurtity as mly lie acllr.vt.d Iby (hr .o)ciIct. all lof'rriauct pi.ylllntc beatnig interest at tht. ratc of rigcht i,r rcont per annumc. WILI AM i. CcAItI. lerciivwr. 1OTI(F Or LPP'I.I(tATIO)N T(t cUT TIM 11511 --In saceordlane with the prcvi*ions oIf rert ion 8, rulesandi r.;:culatiolnj ue poscriiet by the henic)ra hibe ocrotary of the interiocr. say li. 18111, 1., th tilc. d.rciglod,heriby give noit mirtht cat tileesl iration of twonty-iono l.ys from the tirst piitlit at icin oi hictli itcu, 1 will matcs writteti aprclicatirn to) the hoImurllle c retary (,f thre iinterior fior ai Ilnirity toI clt a.d reinorve ill thi hoierllrcanllabo ccw-logo. tlitte, fir and tatlarcek timber oil the foltllimclg tlicriritid palb ii lIa d. It wit: lienig a cortain ctree,, ci cinurvoyn I land lying runlitin-g ntilia! from saicd stlcliols ab.trt oine allnt otn,-half uliles ti lass of nollneit.cvc, eintaicil g abl Icit tio tlcouanir acete anud itrvlng thirrch n tll.ith).icl) fiet of Iinr, tfr ani tIamarack timber: lad land ix t'oekt be'ahot anst not adlapttd to agcri.lltl .rl, anii ior'atid in Mi'soula county in thu eattL, fL hioontana. MONTiANA ,LURMlEti AND M'F'GO. CO. Il,.LIAMst '1 eOMuci.eN. Manager. i'st tsublication Junie li. Iblt. A, J DAVIDSON & CO. Hay and Grain, r B GGCCIS.. W lPC -.r x: , t hitey Tricycle Mowers and Binders, THOMAS MAY RA1ES. Extras for All Machines Sold by Us. HELENA. BUTTE. BOZEMAN. IIINNWEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS * " RAILWAY, " -AND THE * FAMIOUT~ ALBERT LEA ROUTE. Through Trains Daily From St, Paul and Minneapolis " . * . TO CHICAGO . . . 4 Without change, connecting with the Fast Trains of all lines for the EAST AND SOUTHEAST. The Direct and Only Line running Through Care between Minneapolis and Des Moines, Iowa, via Albert Lea and Fort Dcdge. Solid Thfough Trains Between MINNEAPOLIS and ST. LOUIS and the principal cities of the Miossisippi and connecting in Union l)epots for al points South and Southwest. lany hours raved, and the only line running two trains Daily to KANSAS CITY, LEAVy.N WORTH. ATCH'ISON, making connection with the Union Pacific and Atchison. Topeka A Santa IF railways. Clore connections made in Union D)epot with all trains of the Sti.. Fau. liiuncopo lie & Manitoba, Nortlern t'acifie. St. loul & Duluth Railways, from and to asil points North and Northwest. REMEMBER I The trains of the Minneapolis A St. Louis Rail ways are composed of ('omfoirtable I)ay ('ouche. Magrifirent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Morton Re lining Chair Cars, and our justly oelebrated PALACE DINING CAtRS. 150 lb, of Bag ags chooked FIREE. Fare al ways as low as the lowest. For linmo Tables, Through i cket-, etc., call upon the nearest ticket agent or write to 0. M. PI CATT. General Passenger and Ticket Agt.. Minneapolis. IIERIFF'H SALE -- BY VIRTUE OF AN exeution in my hn, i-od olt of the ilistriet Court of the tFirt. Judiiail I)istricr of tl.e elate ,f llonattna i. ati for tl: coltfy of Lewis and C.ark... in the scuit of It. lien'rin a;;at,lt Charles It. New ,rry antd Alfred Iot:rk, dile' nt - toestet the lth day of J ly, A. D., 1l1. I l al, levird upon all the righti litli, ettl itelre-t of theoaid Chharl It. Nevlirrr ant Ali ed ttlou k, in and to the follo wing tdescrib-d itropterty, sit Iatol in l.wis outll Clarke coulnty, ntot of olon tars, vil: I.lot nutnlter one (11 in lochk nnmitr six lhn dret aod ria ititk, o, ti|o llolao'.t and t'lttoti it.i dition to thil ot tel' ltle:ut Alol the, r t thilt-tic-v feet of loht nnelhr flnlr tron lit) itl blotk lelterod "I." of tht bloke ad ttitirll t~I the vi y of Ilotna. 'lotreth r with il sall a ,in ou! r ill , c.- tionlto. hoeretitanttnle and nlttit~rt'lttiet, thorutt,. b It nu.itg or in atunwis altlrtalatilts. No!ice is hereby g \en that cit ttotunt t lii' tat lay of AtIswrlt. A. i). ISo: .t tlit hollur o 12 o' tn lrfa. of e.,o llu tintyt t tih frtl(I , d o.)li tf lIt cttutll on-hontett I tI o cilty of Il'IlniL. I \tt ill s.il :l th. rigt.l. till- utnd hti-rtet tf t...fidtt harltl, II N.wberry td Afril'd houra. in ond It tl ti.1 above dlescribed Itro1tot.S to thus tlie Ilt lut .t bdtr for tash in hatl. tiiven tunder nlay hltnd i tle Ith HIlt tey oaf Itly, A. 1.lag). l'11HARIi: d . J 1,,F'F'h1 IS,'. theriftr'. IIALPtI ti. JOniuiNON. Deputy Sheriff THE GREATI ORIHItRN Railwvay line. Montana Central Railway, Gre t Northern Railway, Eastern Ra'lway of Minnesota, Wilmar and Sioux Falls Railway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry, : THE GREAT TIlROUGH STSTEM!: A solid through train of Sinentry, l1ininn (Car, Day Coaches a:nll Ilne ('olonisl Sleepers to liinueaPolis, St. P, nl, Da luth, West SBnperior anid .itux City. C':oe cunnections for Chicagn., `iw York, lostot an anall Eastern Citioe. Until further nitice Trains will run as folliws: Alnrvit. ALL TR.INS DAILY DETART. 11:00 a. m. I ...Atlantic lxpress... 11:10 a. m. 2:1 0 ....sP oialt I -,,rtia.... " it . i. 8leeping car beth. tickito s. time tabit-n, Oso., ,t Dep t ad City Xickt USHce. di. I, North Main ,trint. C. W. PIres, City TIlket Agent. B. 11. LANtLEt. G. I. & T. Aut.. M. C. R'i. 'rHE RUN Fast l'rsiins with tsutt-.n IVitl w n ltrawk ,inuen Sile · pr. l)iT, € i i i " ,,,- Th b ·i : o J nnhd \ wti] l ed 1 Il'winhlionin aid 'lhri .wI i . Iii 1.i::\M [tell w , l ot ntot n it 'I,,r,, (I:.: ' ar I a t t, \'h .o \ . Im,.t d.iert, hc It,,ati ('t,5.tt. ant Milwitikis. Vj~ilttj~li.it Osti..lll 'ii ho itY I·i( i · I ii111 n bl <1 td o,, } ,I oth. 1' 1 .ioi. and I l ts t . is, i hr a t, Fri -aei..W. ttie lr ti t V. n- +It 1ki '~tm., 'l i-a eli (+ti., I,. fS.'d + nIi Ai tlsl-. ,i -'Issise, t I .;lh"+it i 1t [i ;lI- . B'tIa lti rd. tini ,lh i- l' *il · 'i' t. B. C. ll,,.Kt1 Iti . t . tn" s ir tiltl ei m W ." tl'elna,.., E t-kn-n Aisikt Ut.+...n tILW~[, I Ill . lnrlo . 'Lratl. Ma aor 1itiwit k.s ,; \il. HEALTH IS WEALTH. TREATtE Dr E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment, I gnarantled er'ocific for Hysteria. Dizzin's, tunvulsioio. 1its. Nervuus Neuralgia, Heitache Nervous Prostration 'ansed by the use alcohol or totbaico, W akefulneoe., Mental Depresiou ioftnluing of thai' lrii- reulting insanity ant lwiing to mimn ry donay and death, Premature Old Ago, llarrnanrts, Lo', of Power in either sex. Involuntary o,.,oe and Stermatorrhoaa caused by over exertion of the brain, sHf-elfose or over indulgence. EIuth bot contanlu a month's treat. meut. o1.0 a n bo,. or six boxes for $,00 sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES 'Io ourlo any cr:... \With 'n,'rh order received t, un ftor ix ynox n ,. a-cam.lwat:it'd with $5.06., e will enrci thle l,)lrr.-l a- lr wi to itlt glarantell to r-O fundi the moullnyif tin tr,-atnitnt Jo, not effeot atcur.'. thlaruautr e is-l," onlyi by It. I. Par. Ohlen & Co.. druggNist., oloe agInts. HIelena. Mont, $500 REWARD I Pie will pay the ahbvo reward for any ease ci Liver C~alnl int, l)ly'pepia., thick Ioadache. I.t digustion, ( ,uit ipnttuin or jostivonti' we canoe a er~ w-itt, \V'.t'n Viey'tablo I,ivor t'ilt, when the dircit'tin's tre' trittly comptliod with. 't'he7 are r'n.el \ roetallh, antl n'ver fail to give satiefa. t.'to St.gtr 'o:t.d. Iargoi boxes, contai, ni 0 SPills. :, ortet t, ower of co. nterfeite au ittl't;oln-. T'Io goltt.t'l mtllllfatOured onl le 'ntio.l ¢ N (iC \.W8ir (i'~tdANY. Chicago, Ill. 10 Silrtl t "i tr ua""t o . ,ruinlets. Helene. To Chicago in Loss than 14 Hors SORTHWNESTERN LINE 0, St. P. I, &O, Ry, C, l N,-W. Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St,. Paul to Chicago. S:oux City and Omaha. 'I ht only liti' runuilnu at' its I'Pasonr r l'lais I o I· , ln II huure 1.'two u St. Paul ad('hl rot., ind whilt' this titm i: quitk, trains do not |lv,' to roin it nas hih! rate of spiotd to ma.k lt-,ir- tiii,, nao o other liorh., bnecaus this line Is ehlo.I. r totl.l any oli r I 't. "''hi I'uliti'ts r.ut \V'igtner Vestibuled Limit 'li," lI:, int c. I til at 7:3ti P. i , niakes the tr:p to tiliag. in 13ii hoIurs, returning in Its It,,i r : ; u:1t 2. ' ll|inlttI f= "I'lh DaI :light IExprnas'" leaving SLt. Paul at :' A. I .at-,it A. trin to 't.i,.-ut it' 13 hoiure ai t .1) niinlttsi riluritintg in 13 hourt cnd 45 'I'lir, in tht onlty line by which conueotions are lintlr 1' 11 ('t+icutqa,' with all fnat lint trLiis fromn 'hic:i,'to the .lat m iand oniuth in the morinin. au-l at ii;;it 110' tiII'Ol.oiOtlLn arte matlo at it. lf'ol wilt i,-ritho i l' rtilt .i tit tlrca. tnrllt train. .'tr rlut., nl sti fiotlers, etc.. apply to C. h. aM. TLNLLXtI. lion 'al Aient. lI-ilse lOlin-i, No in N. !lMin tit., lloluucMluwA (ou i. I'a. A,'e nt. Lit. Paul Minln.