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PRINCE WITH O 'VICIE
The Man Destined to Rule O6vf Italy a Model for His Royal Cousins. He Was a Delicate Ohild but Has Developed Into a Strong, Hearty Man. eand ofr lstory and Natuoral Selnees-H Drlnks but Little, smokes Not at All and Never Dances Queen Violorla's recent guest, the young prince of Naples, is Just entering his twen. ty-third year, says the correspondent of the New York Tribune. ielng the first prince of an Italian dynasty destined from the be. ginning to rule over Italy, his birth, No vember 11, 1869, was celebrated with great rejoioings from one end of the country to the other. He was a very delicate child, but with careful nursing developed into a lusty boy. At his birth it was predicted that the queen would never become a mother again, and consequently the prince's health was regarded as of the highest import ance. The queen applied herself from the frst to the task of cultivating her son's mind, without, however, neglecting any thing that could increase his physical strength. His education was begun by a very talented English woman, a' great favorite with the royal family; later, Col onel Osio, one of the most listinguished officers in the Italian army, assumed charge of the prince's studies, in which task he was assisted by the foremost pro fessors of the University of Rome. In physique the prince is very like his mother, whose clear, aquiline features, kindly smiles and gracious manners he has inher ited. He has his father's disposition, with all the decided opinions, the strong likes and dislikes, that distinguish King Hum bert. He has the greatest fondness for history and the nathral sciences. None of the fine arte, mudlc, painting, sculpture, interest him in the least. General literature,novels or poetry, bore him. In conversation he affects to take no interest in light or frivo lous subjects, paying only a listless atten tion to the artistio and literary gossip of the queen's circle of friends. lie will dis cuss with enthusiasm some problem in mathematics or point in military his tory, and he is altogether a -prom ising young prig at present, though he will probably outerow his pedantry in time. He is an earnest collector of coins sand medals, especially those of the middle a;;es, and this is almost his daily amuse z:ent, except soldiering, at which he plays cealously. He takes rorsonal command of his own regiment, and none other in the whole army possesses a graver or more solemn colonel. His tastes are simple to the verge of austerity. He drinks little and does not smoke at all. He has no so cjal instincts, dancing being his soeoial de teetation. .He agrees heartily with that s.itan who found it inexplicable that anyone eshlld make himself sick whirling around mlen he could afford to bite a corps do bal lst. The queen t;iod her best to inspire him with a taste for drimoingi by a series of very brilliant and picturesque children's parties, but her efforts were futile. The prince's repugnance to the seductive waltz remained as strong as ever. It goes without saying that he is a wretched dancer. The curiosity of which the royal family in.constantly the rubject irritates the crown p.in:.e xceedincly. tie dislikes to be reganrded ini the licht of a spectacle, and the decorative role of ia constitutional mon arch is little to his talte. He will resign himself to it in a few years, an,: play his part of what miay be called "walking gon tlemai,," in the political stage, with iall grace oan; ciontrtmenl t. At plesent he is callad timid, but his timidity more closely resemblh a tri de. lie detests riding in th' public p-riudts, prefe. ring that his loyal subjects should declare that he is afraid of appearing badly, rather than expose him self to the annoyance of being stared at. There is one curious deficiency in the prince's education, for which the queen is mainly responsible. Canon Auzino, the court chaplain., wan given charge of the prince's philosophical studies, and that good man, being either too conscientious or too lazy to assume his new lduties wil linuly, pleaded his own inability to teach such a profound branch of learning. "Oh," replied the queeno, in a tune which admitted of Ino argument, "'t is not a ques tion of giving the prince a pro.ound under. standing of the subject. His highness only needs a smattering of philosophical knowl edge. Above all, I urgently recommend no `pencer, no. Darwin, antid no Schopen. hauer." The queen probably wished to guard against any latent tendency to heresy and skepticism whe s) she planned a course of i hilosophical study to' her son, leaving out Spencer and Darwin, to say nothing of the high priest of pessimism, but an irtevereut writer suongsted that her mate nal pride was offended at the knowledge that her son was destined to become nothing but a crowned monkey, and it w.: to save his feelings that she kept from him works on the origin of species. 'ILe prinue is mudh atteOhod to England, and English is the only foreign langnane that hie takes pleaase in speaking. French n.nd German he knows peurfectly, bat never willingly uses either. His own language he speaks with a certain distinction, never employing any of the various ;atois of the country, and is perhaps the only Italian to whom that compliment can be paid, if in deed it be a merit to ignore the popular dialects which are often oore full of color and character than the literary language. The p inee's in tdifference to women is a source of great :mnuxiety to his royal parents. lie treati them all with a distressingly frigid polite ness, seemingly quite insensible to feminine cha ms. l'his characteristio he did not inherit from his illustrious grandfather, in whose esteem politics cand gallantry once '.ied an equal elevation, with a poseib'e ainance in favor of the latter. His visit to 'crlin was made in hops that some of the G'rman princesses would strike his sensi ive fancy, but after a grand ball at the :laece, where all the ladies appeared in , ir most gorgeous trappinges, the fas tidious prince denounced them individually and collectively as "paesably unly, don't ;oui think?" to one of his aides-de-camp. ;',e triple alliance has not so far been r.nnthened by any appeal to the princo's i.t hetic tastes. He may make a GUerman marrirage, but it will riot be a love ,;ch. For the reat, it is declared Si good authority that all rumors oncerning his unannoulnced betrothnl re entirely premature. Although quiet ,vilon, exercise and traiining havetriumpbed or his antural Ill-ohealth, the prince is still Irail and Queen Marauerite declares that he will never consent to his marriage uin cr the sae of twenty-foar, unless urgent iniucons of stats demand it. The prinse is as fond of the chase as was is grandfather. He has a passiou for ravel and has already seen many lands. !is visit to Palestine and the Orient mounted almost to a tilgrimage, for the . inoe is an ardent and devout believer in lhrietianity of the old-style, ultra orthodox ;ard. On the whole the prince of Naples .:ivts promise of boecoming a very worthy tionereh indeed. He has no vioes, he is ;udious. dignified andi modest-or knows ow to appear so, His reign may not be a r-'at, but it will be a wise one. Victor llunanuel wore the ltnlianll crownl sternly. lumbert wears it sandly. and hisi son will tr IIt if lappearanoos be not deaeltful, thoughtn ullv. W'hielm'u Violet Crteetm s the most exqluisite preparatlon in the rarld for softenine and whitetlie tihe !indls and face. It is not only a substitute fir, but in evety respect snperior to glycer. ile, cohl cream, vaseline, and like prepara tiosih Try it, ONP93 ENJOY Both the method end results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanres the sys temn effectually, dispels colds, head achds and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For sale in 50o and $1 bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FlO SYRUP CO. 8AN FRAN0100, OA4 LOUISVILLE, NY. I.NW IFORi N.Y. Retently f the felloslnp Sottee epeered In tIM Ban Franmeeoo Chronloe. "' udge 8- had been sick only about two weeks, and it was not until the last three or four days that the malady took a serious turn. At the begninning of his ili lens hlie sufered from diabetes and stomaich disorder. Later the kidneys refused to perform their tlnctlons ana of one of the melt prominent men in Cali fornia." Like thousands of oters his un timely death was the result ofneeglecting early symptoms of kidney diasease. Ipe r YOU are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or any de ranemaent of the kidneys or urinary organa, dont delay proper treatment until you are forced to give upyour daily duties; den'.s waste your money on worthless Hlniments and worse plasters. blt strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greatest of all known remedies, the celebrated Oregon Kid ney Tea. It has saved the lives ofthou cnds. Why shoull it not cure you? Try itP. Purely vegetable and pleasaut to take. $1.00 a pack.i age, 6 for $f.00. FO FORLTY YEARS DR,. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS Has been a never-failing family remedy for COUGHS.., COUI,DJ. L()/tt;JI'TI ON, "LA GRIPPE," SOAILI 'HtTOA'l', TIIOARSE NE-, I'NEUsIONIA. eATARICH. INFLU ENZA. ACUTE. amni CHI)NIC IBROINCHIr TI-, Aa'Il IM A, s Is)(]PING COUGH, (CROUP, PLEIIItI+Y, PAIN IN THE tlDE ANI) IItEA t' MtsITTING OF BLOOD, and all diseases of the T.THROAT, CHEST and LUNGS -Leadlng to CONSUMPTION. DR.. WiM. HALL'S BALSAM oontains no opinm, morphine, nor any deleterious drug. it ,oLthes and eJits the Membrane of the Lungs, inllamud and poi.soned by diseaso, and prevents nt'rh stYreas and t~ghtness across the cheat, It is p ca ant :t the taste. e surera nd ak for DR. \i M. I.IL' l IiL.SAht anti take u o oher. T'rado supea lield by Ii. M. Parohen & Co.. Heleaa, eont. PRICE 25c., 50cr., $1.00. DR. WM. HALL CO., NEW YORK. Sold by IH N. Parc hen & Co., Helena, Mont. NOTICE OF AP L ]CATIrIN TO CUTTIMBEII. n sceord:oinoe ith thet provisions of the rulos and etO laultiats gov roI,-ron tile ase of tlmLot ,lit o t l tlitic Ati.lanin, promuilgatd by oreOiln ar pp ov-d biy the cr.e tary of othe n mtrerir, hiy it, I, notice i hltrt by giena that tt.e ntn derits.d. i. M. ltodd. osl.loose otol.ce addreeos .is i og;iint !'rrek. hontania, will, at the expira t0 i. fe twonty-one slats fiom the first publiue tiona thlis notice, wi. ll man written app;ia titt to the hoaonrabie l s crtary of the interior for arkthoCity trout asd removes all the pine and fir t n tibr oniea:l. for saw a los, luni e'r or cordwood r.n tis fsollowing usesribedl. uneurved govern ment lauids, to-wit,: teginninr north of the mouth o I Toggin creks at bridge No. 210. whero the Montana teattal ra I -,ad crosses Boult crok: thence n a WeOse iertly 'ilto n til p o1 ing creek. a dil tnoas of alouts I,,tr mi'ne to a pl. it one mile north of L.oggrng cre k: thence in a ono, berly direction a distsane . ol t .ý miie sto a point one mile sonth of Ltggints erot: thence in an osI·urly rection a i;istane. I f f,,tr t;lea to ia point on Belt er k abtu' i-e r.ie i oth of 'ier mn-lth of Logging ore.: lb n eioa n . elL aer uel sn a nstrtherly i .,c' ton t di-Stanitt b.i abt.Ut two miles to the rlate of ,,r-nniisg, it iting tihe intoetion to i-t said tim h-r ;reoi a tract of land extendling tie mile ol eitl:ee' sal of smid Isoggir i creosi I nd four mitrs we-tiwa-,d from the mouth therseof, being in thi f rm of a sntsre two by four miles, con t;sisusm abohut .,l : acres of land, all said lands b-itlg uns'ronc:s govuroment laads, me ntain rite. snlit for ;i gic-lture or grazing, situateI. ly in-r ani baint . s- hio the oulntty of sCascade. state of MonlaTls. and being non-mineral except as to lil-slot:e. ti-i castimsted Ihtt there i sunflicisnt IMn ti n ber tl erson to nmia", aboet i0l).0i0 f...t of lumter, asid en sghl fir :imber to make about t00.0h0 taet of lumber, betide, the inestimable ansouitt stf rordwcod that may be made from isch part ol said timi:er as maybe unfit for Iumbsr. Paid timber is wanted fir the purpose of mann Iactitring lumber and cordwosod for sale in the matket. 5. B. DODD. Fi'rst p~ublication Aug. 16. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. laths Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolia via La Croase and Milwan kse to Chioago and all points in the East ern States and Canada. It is the only line I under one management between St. Paul end Chieago, and is the Finest Equipped Railway in the Northwest, It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep. _in ,iMre with luxurious ertoklng-rooms, and the inest dining-oars in the world, via the famous "River Bank Bouts," along the ehores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Missisippi river to Milwaukee and Chica go. Its trains conneot with those of the Northern lines in the Gread Union depot at St. PauL. No ohange of oars of any clean between lit. Paul and Chicago. For through tiokets, time tsblse, and full iuformatlion, -pply to any coupon ticket agent In the oethweewt. I SMOKE HAZEL KIRKEcIGRs! I I I If you want the best. They have been in the market thirteen years, and are SBBETTER THA~N EVER TO-DRY.= W. S. Conrad, St. Paul, Distributing Agent. S. Ottenberg & Bros., New York, the Makers: . . ---CHAS. BASWITZ, SOLE REPRESENTATIVE FOR MONTANA. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. The Americon Natli.il •ee BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL. "- " "00,000 T. C. POWER, - . ·t ad A.; . SELIOMAN, - Ve-Prelsident A. C. JOHISON, - Cable GEO, . COPE, - Assistant Cauhlb Dlrectors. T. C. Power, A.:. . eligman, A. O. Johns a, Richard Looker, James Sullivan. Interest allowed oasme deposits. Exohange Issued on principal cities of the United States, Canadamad Europe. Transfers of money madw br telegraph. Collectlous promptly attended to. City, county and state eeurlities bought and soli. The Thomas Cruse Savings BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana, PAID IN CAPITAL, - $100,000 THOMAS CRUSE. - - President FRANK H. CRUSE, Vice President WM. J. COOKE, - Sec. and Asst. Trans W. J. SWEENEY, - - Treaseurer ,board of Trastdee. Thomu Cma, Frank H. Crate, W. J. Cooeoko. John Fagan, W. J. Sweeney. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposite eompoonde(ld January and July. Tranecte a general banking bueiness. Drawe uchange on the principal cities of the United Seates and Europe. Deals in county and city bonds, and makes loan on real estato mortgages. Office hours fromn 10 a. m. to 4 p.m. Also on Saturday and Mouday evenings from 7 to 8 o'lock. Second National Bank a .. OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $75,000 SURPUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. H. D. EDGERTON, - President 0. K. COLE, - - Vice President GEORGE B. CHILD, - Cashier JOSEPH N. KENOK, - Asst. Cashier Board of Directors. J. R. . anford. O G. Evans, H. W. Child, S. J. Jones, G. C. Swallow, Chris Kesck, S. D. Edgerton, C. K. Cole, George B. Child. ontana National Bank. OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid In - $500,000 Surplus and Profits, $200,000 Directors, 0. A. BROADWATER, - President L. G. PHELPS, - - Viee Preseident R. L. MoCULLOH, -. Ceshier B. E. ATKINSON, - - Asst. Cashier A. G. Clarke. Herman Gans, H. F. Galen, Peter Larasn, C. W. Cannon, BR U. Walkaa David A. Cory. First National Bank..... OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 700,000 Designated Depository of the Uni ted States. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. General Banking Business Iransacted. gBafey Deposit Boxes for Bent. Directors. a. T. HAUSER, - - President E. W. KNIGHT% - - Cashier T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Aest. Cashier GEO. H. HILL, - 2nd Asst. Cashier Granville Stuar . - Stockgrower Hon. T. C. Power, - - U. i. Senator J. C. Curtin. - Clarke, Conrad d Curtin RB. S. Hamilton, . -- - Capitalist 0. R. Allen, - Mining ana Stoekgrower Shas. K. Wells, - - - Merchant A. M. Helter. . A. M. Holter Hardware Co Assoolated Banks. Northwestern National Bank, - Great Falls First National Bank, - - Missoule First National Bank. - - Baus erchants National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, - $350,000 Surplus and Profits, - $ 90,000 I. H. HERSHFIELD,. - Preeldent A. J. DAVIDSON, . - V!ce Preasidenat AABON HERB BFIELD, - - Cashier S Board of Directors. lnomae Cruem, M. Sand, A. J. Dacideon, los Morrisn L. H. Hershfiell, Aaron Hershfleld. J. Swlt'er. Firat-rlase Clty, County and State Securities housht and sold. Exchango isued on the prinrloal cities of the Unirted trt.s and Europe. Trstader. of money made by telegraph. inlterest allowed on tintsme deposits. Collections promptly attended to. httxee for rent et r baeonabl prlt'es in ones o the best constrtuctud lire anti burglar proo f ale depouir. vaults ie the counlry. PD) THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STOR E GRAND SPECIAL WEEK! Lace Gurtains, IGkenille fortieres, Smnyrnra Rugs, Windovw Shades. Carpets, Garpets. Our window shades are all extra long, which is a pre ventative to a Christain faith being tried by their continued falling, which so frequently happens with the little short blinds customarily found in this market. Our Carpet Depart ment is simply elegant, containing patterns of the Louis Que torze style now so popular, and the latest both in Carpets and Curtains. The Louis Quetorze pattern in body brussels is not to be found elsewhere in Helena. THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, Cor. Main and State Sts., Helena, Montana PROFESSIONAL CARD.S. R.. G. DAVIES. Attorney at Law. Room 5, Ashby Block, Helena, Mont. )R. F. C. LAWYER, Physician and Surgeon. SPEOIALTils-Eye, Ear and Throat. Office: 1(0.x Broadwvy. CARPENTER & CAVANAUGH. (D. B. Carpenter, M. J. Cavanaugh.) Attorneys at Law. Rooms 9 and 10, Bailey Block. &8HBURN K. BARBOUR, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Helena. Mont. 4ASSENA BULLARD. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record In the riate. Olfice in Gold Block, Helena, Mont. SIZEL & REERL, Civil and Mining Engineers. U, S. Doput Mineral Surveyors. Mineral at, uts securced. Rooms 12-13, Atlas Building, Hel ena, Mont. DR. M. ROCKMAN, Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Oculist, Anrist Member of San Francisco Medical Society, hlso Nevada State Medical Society. Office on lain street. oever Steinumet Jewelry Store,. A . PFRFCOTT, -Dealer in MAJBLE S* -AND* . GRANITE MONUMENTS * AND* Headstones. RELENA. * - MoNm 0 . B. I BKI1HER , Second Floor Herald BilMinl, BLANK BOOKS • ;.To Order.;. BOORS NEATLY IRULED and PRINTI b. New Sioux City outle. Passengers for the East from Helena and other Western points will find the NEW .ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIS SENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City the only Corn Palace City of the worldl Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowal Rockford. Illinois, a new manufacturing city, that has become a "world within it self," and Chicago, whose growth and en terprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pullman Pal aceSleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chioago, and with'olose con nection with the UNION PACIFIO trains at Sioux City, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,, respectfully presents its claims for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY BOUTE. For folders and further particulars call aeon local ticket agent, or address the en. erslaued at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, As't. Gen Pass. Agt. SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the First Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewisand (larks. Emmergene Brown, plaintiff, vs. Robert Brown. defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby reqoulrea to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiffl in the district court of the biret judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of L.ews and Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclasive of the day of service) after thei service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or, if served out of tlhi coonty, but within this ditrict, within twint ydays; otherwise within forty dayse or judlment. by default will be taken aoainst lou atccordin I to the prsrer otf said n oplhtint the said action is brought to prorinre from said cultt a judgment, and decree dis solvin the Ibond, o. ,uatrilmtny sle - it g between the plaintiff anid dsefend sot, for that the dofentant. without canose, in thet, ear iO88, dcsoittl tlh plaintiff, and ever sinuce that date hat continued to desert her and las neleglocodaud failed to souiport plaiatil or tto three children, f uiltsof said iarriage, an.d for that. aid dfenidant has teen guilty of cx tI'O.e ,ritlt y twIwerts plaintiff in threeuaninq to. shonLt ant killt hr. anii tin etng ao. ill using her.t * hetialtttilt asks fori a divoroe from do fortlatlt atnll s rie'toiy or nual etijdren. And you are hereby notifiedl that if you faIll to appear alnd .unswer thie soaid complaitr. as above required, the eaid plainttif will take tefault ag.ilost toll iandi q,ly to the court for the relief demanded in Ihiellmpluaint. ivein ndier imyr hatl sand the seatl of the di. triltritrI of thi Jitrt. iudiciacl district of the *late of Montana, in and'far the county of Lawis anti ('larko, ttin .101 d tay of Anagt. in thle year if otli Lord, one thousand eighlt hundred und ninety-no.. IStal a JOHN BEAN, Clerk. 9 I . . tislrt , Deputy C'lerk. ). . It.WitL. Attorney for laintiff. IINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOU IS * * RAILWAY, * * -ANI" THE * * FAMOUS * * ALBERT LEA ROUTE Thraough Trnlas Datly rm St. Paul and MinnMpolli * * * TO CHICAGO * * * e Without change, onneetlng with the Feet Try of all lines.or the EAST AND SOUTHEAS1' The Direct and Only Line running Thr Cars between Minneapolis and Des Moines, Iowa, via Albert Le and Fort Dodge Bolid Through Trains Betweo MINNEAPOLIS and ST. LOUIS and the principal eities of the Mia.1li, a.d connectin in Union Depots for points outh and Southwest. Mapy hours saved, sad the onlu line rune two trains Daily to KANSAS CiLY, LFAT. WORTH, ATCHISON. making connetin w. the Union Pacifo and Atohison. Topeka & San F railways. Cloe connections made in Unaic Depot with all trains of the St. Paul M lnmea lie & Manitoba, Northern Paift, SLt, Pat .a Duluth Railways, from and to all n North and Northwest. REMEMBERI The trains of the Minneapolis & St. Lous Rail ways are comoDeed of Comfortable Day Coaohse Msnllicent Pullman Sleeping Cars, tiorton Ri elnn UChair Cars, and our justly aOlebrated PALACE DINING O.AS. 110-lb. of Bags. checked FREE. lar .1 ways as low as thi lowest. For Time Tals Through Tikets etc.. call upon the nearsi ticket agent or write to 0. M. PRATT. Qawal Pssenger and Ticket A4t.. Mianeapoll% TN Tl I DISTRICT COURT OF THE NIBES JudidalDistrict of the State of Montan. and for the oouny of Lewis and Clarke. In the .atter of the stets and gaardiLaL.pt l ae Iacak, minar. rto *uw canse why order of ale of s.lee. should net be made. in to the said co unt b7 the uetd .. eln u and filed by Lous St sl." A t of te peJun and otate al of Auwht u it ittrhe ing r for a erd er o a aol tepeet of snitaer in th e liea lode. tis m dty, the 6a'eda. aufhode the Adam 191t10 clag th e lfb9ngkdin claims. fo the oep paoe d aet forthcin si el uald dscn.t ts is thereforte ordoe by smaid court. thal LerSanu iterrtaedin tho estaets of s i olr o apper beore the satid ditrilt court on atar day, the Ith dar oh.l.tdember, A. D. 1891, at ,I o'ohlok ia the fro.h.oin di sid day. In the coh'n room ofduulprrment numser twoe o alid distruto (csrt, at the court hoses s the said cunt o Lewis sod Clarke, to show oauOs Whb ·n ordr oef sale sould not he Ofuteul to the sat Bdlar~r. to iel .h. lunterest of said minor in aid mining claims. And that a copy of thi s order be goblihedl t least thrcO suouCcaivowOeks in The Uelena De ,IdptPendent, a ewepraper p..nted and pn~ lisode in said county. Diated August D, 19L HORACE R. BUCK, ( "sal I District Judge, A true op. Attet: tBy H. J. Ct.sDY. Deputy.