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h. pie bwee too sour, the nddlm too eswt, _lfad the rad weemuseatoo 9Qosop was roat w o. andm "'we hardy ft for tue oat, a"I wish you could eat the bread and pie I'va seen my mother maoke Thbs are omethdug like, and 'twould do you Jnotto look at aloa of her cake." Sa the smilin wife: ".'11 Improve with ase ust now I'm not a begianert But your mother has come to visit us And to-day she cooked the d onn r." INSTINCT ON BIRDS AND ANIMALS. SHAVE OFTEN HAD OCCASION TO notice how much more intelligsne the bird carries in its eye than doomes the animal or qulropsed. The animal will sea you, too, if you are moving, but if you stand quits still even the wary fox will pass within a few yards of you and not know you from a stumt, tnless the wind brings him your scent. But a crow or a hawk will discern you when you think yourself quite hidden. His eye is as keen as the fox's sense of smell, and seems fairly to penetrate veils and The chief reliance of the animals for their safety, as well as for their food, iI upon the keenness of their scent, while the fowls of the air depend mainly upon the A hunter out in Missouri relates how elosely a deer approached him one day in the woods. The hunter was standing on the top of a log, about four feet from the ground, when the deer bounded playfully into a glade in the forest, a couple of hun Sdred yards away. The animal began feed ing and to move slowly toward the hunter. He was on the alert, but did not see or sesnt his enemy. He never took a bite of grass, says the sportsman, without first put ting his nose to it, and then instantly rail ing his head and looking about. In about ten minutes the deer had ap proached within fifty yards of ihe gunner; then the murderous instinct of the latter began to assert itself. His gun was loaded with fine shot, but he dared not make a move to change hi shells lest the deoer see him. He had one shell loaded with No. 4 shot in his pocket. Ohl if he could only Tgt that shell in his gun. The unsuspeeting deer kept approaehing; E resentl he passed behind a big tree, and is head was for a moment hidden. The hunter sprang to his work; he got one of the No. 8 shells out of his gun and got his hand into his pocket and hold of the No. 4. Then the shining eyes of the deer were in view again. The hunter stood in this atti tade five minutes. How we wish he had been compelled to stand for five hundredl Then another tree shut off the buck's ate for a moment; in went the No.4 shell ito the barrel and the gun waa closed quickly, but there was no time to bring it to the shoulder. The animal was now only thirty yards away. His hair was smooth find glossy, his eyes were bright and happy. and every movement was full of grace and beauty. Time after time he osemed to look straight at the hunter, and once or twice a look of suspicion seemed to cross his face. The man began to realize how painful it was to stand perfectly still on the top of a log for fifteen minute.' Every muscle ached and seemed about to rebel against his will. if the buck held to his coursrehe would pass not more than fifteen feet to one side of the gun and the man that held it thought he might almost blow his heart out. There was one more tree for him to pass behind, when the Ran could be raised. He approashed the tree, robs his nose against it, and for a moment is half hidden behind it. When his head appeared on the other side, the gun was pointed straight at his eye-and with only No. 4 shot, which could only wound him, but could not kilt him. The deer stops; he does not expose his body back of the fore leg, as the huater had wished, The latter begins to be ashamed of himself, and has about made up his mind to let the beautiful creature pases unharmed, when the buck suddenly gets his scent, his head goes up, his nos trils expand and a look of terror comes over his face. This is too much for th good resolutions of the hunter. Bang! goes tIhe gun, the deer leaps into the air, wheels around a couple of times, recovers himself and is off in a twinkling, no donbt carrying, the narrator esas, a hundred No. 4 shot in his face end neck. The man says: "I've always regretted shooting at him." I should think he would. But a man in the woods, with a gun in his hand, is no longer a man-he is a brute. The devil is in the gun to make brutes of us all. If the game on this occasion had been, say a wild turkey or a grouse, its discrimi nating eye would have figured out the hun ter there on that log very quickly. The manly exploit of the western hunter reminds me of an exploit of a Brooklyn man, who last winter killed .s bull moose in Maine. It wes a more sportsman-like proceeding, but my sympathies were en tirely with the moose. The hero tells the story in a New York rsaer. With his guides, all armed with Winchester rifles. he penetrated far into the wilderness till he found a moose yard. It was.near the top of a mountain. They started one of the animals and then took up its trail. As soon as the moose found it was being followed, it led rigrt off in hopes of out walking its enemies. But they had snow shoes and he did not; they had food and he did not. On they went, pursued and pu, - saeres, through the snow-clogged wilderness, day after day. The moose led them the most difficult route he could find. * At night the men would make camp, build a fire, eat and smoke and roll them sslvers in their blankets and sleep. In the morninghe they would soon come p to the camping place of the poor moose, where the imprint of his great body showed in the snow, and where he had passed a cold, sup gerless night. On the fifth day the moose began to show signs of fatigue; he reasted often, he also tried to get around and behind his pur erse and let them aass on. Think how in dequoate his wit was to cope with the prob lem-he thoought they would pass by him if he went to one side. On the nhorning of the sixth day he had made up his mind to travel no farther, but to face his enemies and have it out with them. As he heard them approach he rose up from his coch of snow, manu erect, hi look fierce and determined. Poor creolatre, he did not know how unequal the contest was. How I wish he could at that moment Ihave had a Winchester title, too, aend had known how to use it. There would haye been fair play then. With sumh weapons as God had given him hbe had determined to meet the foe, and if they had had only such weapons as God had given them, he would have been sefe. But they had weapons which the devil had given them, and their deadly bullets eoon cut him down, and now probably his noble antlers decorats the hell of his mur derer. Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. Kina's New Discovery for con ramption, coughs and colds, upon this con dition. If you are afllcted with a congh, cold or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may retuln the bottle and have your suonoy refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New I)iscovery could be relied on. It never die eproints. Trial bottles free at It. 5. Hale . Co.'s drug store. IArgeo size tO0 cents and Thousauds of Iafferln Womea. Delicate women who comolain of tired feeling, pains in the back and loins. desire to slep. dizinrese, painful or eu;pressed atenstruation, will find In Orecon Kidney - .aithful friend. Itoeun bereled l on inetance to lire tnmmediate relief ey sad urtnary troubles Thou mn are suffering every day ihsorder of the kidneys or liver, p permanently eured hi asing 'Toe. HARVARD UIYVERSITYI la[ince inti c 'School,. oDeartmont of HnEIoerinooI The Department of Engineering of this School has recently been re organized. Considerable additions have beep made to its curriculum and its force of teachers. The in struction is now under the charge of Prof. Wm. H, Burr. The Lawrence Scientific School, along with Harvard College and the Graduate School, is now under the control of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of the University. This school offers also courses in Electrical Engineering, Chemistry, Geology, Biology and in Anatomy, Physiology and Physical Training. The fee for each course is $150 a year. The first term begins on Sept. 29. For programme of studies and other information concerning the school apply to N. S. SHALER, Dean, Cambridge, Mass. Jontana Unil'ersity. University Place, Near Helena FALL TERM BEGIlS SEPT, 8. Course of Instruction: 1, College. a, College Preparatcry. 3, Business. 4, Nor. mIal. , Music. 6, Art. 7, Military. Also instruction in Common Branches. Able lestruction, elegant buildlag. Send for Catalogue to the President, F. P. TOWER. A. M.. D. D. A LIAB UMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT court of the First j·dicial district of the sate of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Ida • nderson, plaintiff, vs. Alfred Anderson, lefondant The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against yio by the above named plain liff in thedietrict court of the First judicial dis strit of the state of Montana. in and for the eounty of Lewis and Clarke, and dto answer the omplaint filed therin, within ten days lexclusive of the day of service) after the service on yno of this summons if served within itis count or, if served out of this county,. but within this istrict,within twenty days: otherwise within forty days. or judgment by default will he taken aalnst you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The raid action is brought to obtain a dscree llsoiving the bonds of matrimony existing be tween the plaintiff and defendant, dnd t ob lain general relief. For case of divorce the latntiff alleges li.at the defendant has treated er in a cruel and inhuman manner and with ex tress cruelty as more fully appears in com plaint on file herein. And you are hereby-notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to tile auid court for the relief demandedi in said complaint. GIven under my hand and tue seal of the dis irictcourt of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis S--. a.and "l.rke, this d3d day of feal ) August, in the year of our Lord. District one thousand eight hundred and Court.. ninety-two. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. DBy Hi. It. THOMPSON, Deputy leo.k. W. W. PILPOR. Attornes for Prlantiff. Recently the folloawlnq yotlce appeared In the San Francisco Chronicle. J tudge S- 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 beginitng ofhis iess he suffered from diabetes and stomach disorder. Later the kidneys refused to perform their fuictions and he passed quietly away. Thus ended the life of one of the most prominent men in Call, fornia." Like thousands of others his un timely death was the result ofneglecting early symitoms of kidney disease. SI YOU are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or any de rangerent of the kidneys or urinary organs, dolat delay proper treatment until you are forced to give upyotur daily duties; do 't waste your money on worthless liniments and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greatest of all known remedies, the celebrated Oregon Kid STeya. It has saved the lives of thousands. Why should it not cure you? Try It. Purely egetable ando pleasant to take. $1.00apack Age, 6 for $y00.0 Thre elebrated French sure, Warranted UAPHRODITINE" or moln. 'ole iclituedcd. 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CURU A now and Complete Trsetment, eolhktlnlg of Upposyitore,. tulent I t apslee, also inia Box and L'ill; a Puitivo Cure fur External, In ternal. Blind ir RIemlding. Itcling, f'Lrenie, Its. rent or Hireditiary PIils. and liany uthetr lls. eass and female weakneaana; it is always at gleat lbenflt to tit general healthl. 1'ha first dieaavirers if a meldical eure rcrderian o an oimratlui with th kIlf ntltueiti'ssary hlereaftor. lThis liRemdo has never been knuwn to fail. S$ Itir Ina. iI for 5;: sent by mail. Why snffer from this terrible li.ease when a writtea gnarantee is punilivesly gIven with l hbutea, to refund the money It onut cuelr. nsd staremo fr tioe amuple. (lnarautt itsud by I.. M. Parken t Co.. drulgits solt -_ttA selons. Most. ALBERTA RY, & COAL CO. AND GREAT FPAWl & CANADA RY, CO, Conedone Jeolat Wime able Ia I ei kSept. ,118591 Going West-No. 2- Asazvr. r3PAIT. unmore ................. 17:00 p m s Lake ............ 10:0 p h ... . .. 0200 am G0o ng onth--No, 5-00 Lethbdge ...............,, :0 am tlr ....... ,........... Brunton ......... ...,,. 0 m in M ik Ne ..... ........... t:04a in nett a (ntera. boudarr) tll0 a n ivn ....................... t2:0 p i Sohelb Junction or.. . $2:. . p m 5 10p onr~ad. e........ .......... "1a t pin Pondera.......,....,.... a:00 p in la5:20 p Colllns ............ se:0 p in tosli........ ........ ..... Vatughani, ...u... T 5:50 p in Great fa ls............... 9:80 p m Utah North-eNo, 6 - Great wall ................. l11:00 p m an has .............o , .... w l1:40 p t c Col .. ............. ...... in Ponders ................. 48: 0a • Conrd... e5:00 a mm tShelby Junction .......... h:00a m tt:0 a in Rlck , y prip ............. t t da m v F......... A.... . .... 1AtO a in Sweet Grass (inter. bounh.) t9:00 a m oCoutte, "9:50 a l 111k River ................. 10:40 a m Brunton .................... 11:25 in Stirlin ................. 12:5 p in LethbrUid ..e .............. t2:10 p m Gning 'est-No, 3 unmoro ..o............. 4§45: p m Lsthbrtiuie .................. 10:40 p m oDnaily. tMonday, Wednesday and Friday. IMeals. Dly except Sunday, 'litrough trains leave Great Fell, Sunay, Tuesday and Thursday, at 11 p.m. Threonh train, leave Letbrldgea, Monday, Wednesday and Lrlday at 7 a. in. Canadian Pacific llaiiwa- TraLns leave Duin more Junction: lFor Atlantic Coast at 10:25 a. is. ior Pacific Coast at o:02'h p. m. Great Northern tailw.y-Trains leave Shelby Junction: 'or Kalispell, Bolnner's I orry. O Spc kant, etc., st 1u:48 a. in. For St. lsnl at 2:2 p. m. Great Northern lialway--Tralins leave Greoat Fails, Fer oelena and Butte at 10:42 a m. Foe St. Paul at 1:45 p. m. Macloud and Pinoher (Creek-Stage leaves Lsthbridge every Tuesday, Thureday and Saturp aA tat 8 e m.i Chotea SaRge for Chotean, Belleview, Bynum, etc., connects with trains No. 5 and 0. N. B.-Paoengere to and from Kalispell. Bon. Oer's Ferry, Spokane, etc., will note that icose dtily connections are :ndo with (iest Northern Railway at Shelby Jni ction. 1T. T GAL' t Gnora Manager. W. D. Al)LAY. tieneral tsuperlntendent. H. MARTIN. General Traffic Agent. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CUTCHE.a & GARLAND. (T. 1. Crtcher, 1L. C. Garland.) Attorneys at Law, Booms 7 and 8. Bailey Block` Mining, corporation and real estate law spe. eialties. Will practice in all the state courts, in the United states supreme court, and before all the departmente in Washinuton city, in eonnec tion with tie lion. A. i. Garland, late attorney. generaL Attorney at Law. Money to loan on improved city and farm property. ASHBURN K. BARBOUR. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple. - Helena, Montana. MIASSENA BULLARD. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the State. Office in Gold Block, Helena, Mont. SIZER & KEERL. Civil and Mining Engineers. U. S. Deputy MineralSurveyors. Mineral pat ents socunred. Booms n2l and l1, Atlas Buildingm BHelem, Montana. DR, M. ROCKMAN. IP~ysician, S .rgeon, Acconcher, Ocunlist, Aurist. Member of San Francisco Medical Society. also Nevada State Medical Society. Office on u.in street, over Steinmetz Jewelry Store. DR. D. L. CARMICHAEL. Diseases of Women and Children Special Attention. Helena, Montans. DR. W. IL BULLARD. Office: 'irst National Bank Boildin. T'eleohone No. 108. i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SPOKANE FALLS AND NORTHERN RAILW.AY. a a SEASON OF 189s. a a Kootenai Lake and Slocan THE NEW ELDORADO. Direct runte to the COLVILLE VALLEY. KET'rLI IIRVER. tUUNDARY ('.ElE, 1'AL M1ER MOUNTAIN, "AIItVIEW. "lrAILh CREEK, OIISON. Nl:l',Nt N, BALLOUII, PILO'T BA.\Y', AINMWORTH, EABLU and all points in Iritish Columbia. I'asmanI.er for I retl Creek, Kentenai and t.beann poins wil¢l leave Spokaneo on ruiloday. andl Frldtys at 7 a. in.. after the arrival of Northern Pacific trains Nos. 1 anedL -o.goly tlrough fromU baponaue to Nelion tlhe eyme dtly. C, B, LEBKICHER, Secons Floor, Herald Buildial. BLANK To OOKS Order BOOKS I[ATLY RULED AND PRINTED. A., PRSCOI, MAJBLE * ."AWD GRANITB MONUMENTS * ANDD *. * ,Headstones. " Hier. A. - - R.oomNt I, t w.r elok. Paoefflh. e h Si. a IbLENA. MONTANA. TO 'T.'HE TII BOYS AND GIRLS: We will give to th, boy or girl obtaining the largest number of subscribers to THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, between now and the 1st of January, 1893, a first-class railroad ticket from Ielena to Chicago and return, a ticket of admission to the Fair, and free board at a first-class hotel during the stay in Chicago. There are no condi tions attached to the offer except that with every name sent in the sum of $2 shall be remitted in advance for a year's subscrip tion. Names may be sent in one at a time as they are secured. They must be accom panied with the statement on the part of the sender that he or she desires to enter THE INDEPENDENT'S World's Fair contest. uOITIHERI PACIFIC R.R. .a THE " 0 GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE Paees through Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Do kota, Manitoba. Montana, Idaho, Ore gon and Washington. THE DINING CAR LINE. Dining Cars are rnn between Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapois. Winni eg, Helena, Butte. Tacoma, PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTL Pullman service daily between Chicago. St. Paul Montana, and the Pacific Northwest; and between lt. Paul. Minneapolis and Minnesota North Dakota and Manitoba points. THE POPULAR LINE. Daily Exprees Trains carry elegant Pullma Bleeping Cars. Dininog Cars Day Coaches. Pull. man Tourist leepere and Free Colonist Bleep. lubg Care. - YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE. The Northern Pacific railroad is the rail line to Yellowstone Park: the popular line to California and Alaska; and its trains pase through the grandest scenery of seven states. THROUGIH TICKETS Are cold at all coupon offices of the Northern Pacific lIailroad to points North, East. South and West. Inthe United States and Canada. TIME SCHIEDULE. In effect on and after Sunday. August 23 TRAINB ARRIVE AT IIELEN \. Ne. 1. Facific Mail. west bound ........ 1:30 p. m No.4. Atlantic mail. east bound........ 12:0 p. m No. 0. itair t'i A.Oe:,. ,ilso:Ulln and atth a enxprs*s .............. .. . 6:t5 IR m No. 8, Marysville passenter ...........11:20s min No. 10. Merysvillo accommodatilon..... :uup. min No. II, Wickes, Boloecr uand Elkhorn assenger ............................. 5:10 p. m No. 102, Rlimini mixed, Mondays. Wod nesdays and Fridays................... 5:00 p. m T1hAINs DEPART FBOM IELENLA No. 1, Iacilio Mail. weet honid....... 1:45 p. m No. 4. Atlantic nail. east bound........ I:,p. m No. 5, butte, Missonlaand ( tl:r d'Aleno e lorr s ........................... .. 7:30 a. m No. 7. Marysvillo passenr e............. 7:15 a. m No. t, Marysville accouunmalation ....... :00 p. m No. w:, Wickeeos. loulder anti Elkhorn No. 10, Riminl mixed. Mondays, Wed : needays and Fridays ................ . 8:15 a. m 'frais Nos. 1, 4. 5 and 0 connect at Garrison with Montana Union trains to and from Butte. Deer Lodge and Anaconda. Trains Nos. 5 and 6 will run between Helena and Wallace, Idaho, without change of ears. For ltates, Maps, Time Tables or Special larormation apply to Chas. S. Fee, General Passeager and Ticket Agent, bt. Paul, Mann., or .P.. =. E3DC'.AR., General Agent of the Northern l'acilio 1. 1., at HELENA. MONT. NOTICE OF PROlIATE OF Wiila.---IN THE district court of the Fliet judicial district of the state of Montana in and for the county of turwis anst Clarke. in the matter of the estate of Virginia Cataior tateneludo. ldeceased. Pursuant lo an o der of said court, made on the second day of feptember. 10., notil is heoreby irven that Monday, the niueteontlh lay of epstembur. 16:,. at IO o'ciaok a us. of said rnay. at the court room of said court, at the court houne ill the rulntIy of I owls and ( larks. has seen lppointed as th' tilme and place for prov i:s~ the will of said Virginietl'artier P'stoneande. drseeasetl. and for hearing the applicali 'l of Albroiee I'atoaeaudo f ir the isuaance to himn of etters testamentary when and whereany per ouilh nterested may appe.ar and contest the same IDated tept. 9, t 1' .OLIN BJOAN, Clerk. Ity H. J. (XCA'r. . Ieputy Clerk. Nla.eso:s inllard. Altorirey. S.TO1CKHOLI)iitS' Ml.l'EEI'NtI . -THEi AN Lnual m~utiu· of the stockholders of the Mao Mining and Milling oompany will bie hld in room Ni. 1 Atlas block, lle.'ne. Mont.. on W'e,.oesdav. the 14th day of Sestnmber. 10111. at three o'clock p m.. for the election it trustees for the ensuing pear and foe the transaction of soch business as may properly come before the mee tlo. H. A. MACLEAN. eeoretary. tel sea. Sept. 3 .lll. I. L. ISRAEL & CO., "":: WHOLESALE "" LIOUORS AND CIGARS, Have just received a large consignment of the following "CHAMPAGNESE Which will be sold at Eastern List Prices: Piper Heidsieck Champagne. Moet & Chandon (White Seal) Champagne Jules Mumm (Grand See.) Champagne Have a large lot of choice Old Whiskies which will be sold at less than market prices, among which we mention: Monarch ................. I88o Bond & Lillard..........1887 Hermitage ................1886 Old Crow.............. x886 Nelson .................. 88o W. H. McBrayer........ 887 J. E. Pepper ............1887 Guckenheimer..........z 887 In Store, the Finest Brands of Imported Champagnes, Clarets, Rhine Wines, Sherries, Ports, Madeira, Whiskies, Cognac, Gins, Cordials, Etc. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 'CIGARS. Just Arrived from St. Louis CARLOAD OF EXPORT PILSENEB BEER Families, Attention Families can find the best Liquors in the city by the bottle or Gallon, at very low prices. Orders promptly attended to and delivered to any part ot the city. I. L. ISRAEL &CO., TELEPHONE 122. NO. 8 SOUTi MAIN ST.