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ow Pugllim Is Pratloed Among the Inhabitants of the Far North, Simply a Test of nnduranoe and Not for Solentlflo Points. *e aslime Are a Peaceful People, Iewever-Only Two telbes of Them at Outs. (Written for Tax HvlmUA InePUnwDUWT.1 HE ESKIMO HAVE THE EBBPU tation of being a very peasefal raeu of people, and they deserve It. So r a war ise eonoerned it is almost 'wholly aknown among them. Whoen on the ratio coast of North Ameries, near the oath of Back's Great Fish -river, I found tribe called the Netsehilluks, or seal-ea. re, an unusually aggressive tribe, among his peaceful race, and they told me they are at virtual war with the Kinderliks. or pper Eskimo, and they killed each other henovor they met. There is also a legend on the Yukon iver, of Alaska, common to both Indians nd Eskimo. that where they have met and ontended for the lands the latter have in varlably fored the Indians baek until the Eskimo now ooouoy some 400 miles of the tream from its mouth. They are now at peace, however, and the Makapannute Es kimo, the farthest inland, live peacefully and assooiate with the Anviks and ShaguI looks. The same statement of affairs san be made of the Konsikoquim and some other rivers of Alaska and the British Northwest territory wherever the two races have come in contact. To take it altogether the Eskimos are not a quarrelsome At. True. a number of peo ple who ought to know what they ar talk ing about have intimated that the Neteohil Inks, the seal eaters I have just mentioned, probably murdered Sir John Franklin's ill fated party while endeavoring to eseape from ice-bound ships in the Att*, but the most that can be said against them is that it is a theory supported by only a few in considerable facts. Family fends, carnied to the extent of killing each other, ase not so uncommon as war; and yet from our own standpoint of the oivilized man they are extremely few. The Eskimo are very slow and deliberate, and even in the rare cases oft a fend exist ing it is often years before the revenge is taken, which is make to atone for some previous and almost ancient murder. When I was with my party among the Netsehillnks of King William's Land and adjacent mainland there came a sullen looking fellow of squat, "dumpy" stature, whose mission, so my Eskimo found out in some way, was to kill my best hunter, 'ooloah, who was an Iwillik, or walrus eater, as that tribal name implies. Many, many years before, when this particular Neteobilluk was a mere child, a boreal brat in bearskin breech clouts, a relative of hise a sort of forty-second cousin by way of Adam and Eve, had been killed by an Iwillik in the country and it had just ou curred to him that it was about timb to got even while the event was yet within the amsmory of the oldest inhabitant. 'looloah knew nothing of the matter at all, but he was an Iwillk, and that settled it so far as the Natechilluk's revenge was concerned. Just about that time it oeccurred to me that I eould not spare Tooloah's valuable services, and I somewhat astonished them by announcing that if Tooloah or any other member of my party was killed I would not quit retaliating as long as anr male member of the tribe left whom I could find. As nine-tenths of them had never seen firearms before and had been dumb founded at their effect, it stopped all fur theraotion, as I had inferred it would when I made my threat, which I knew need not be carried into effect. I have given the ex ample to show something of the eharacter of their feuds. It was while among these same peonle, the seal eaters of the Arctio shores, that 1 heard of a form of pugilism, unknown among the other Eskimo tribes except so far as they had heard of it among the Neteohilluke. This pugilism is a modified method of settling dieputes not quite so grave as the fends, and is often used, so I understood them to say, as tests of endur ance and strength. While no prizes are awarded, they differ but little from the similar contests we have among nu-snob as those planned for New Orleans, except in the way of conducting them which I will now explain. The contest of the combatants nearly al ways takes place in a large snow house, or igloo, as they term it. In these large. semi permanent snow honees they have generally an aisle running down the center separating the two snow beds on either side, which are about two feet high, the aisle being about as wide. Only the select are allowed admit tance,the cream of society-the ice cream, of course. The combatants sit on opposite sides of the aisle, facing each othe-. on the snow beds, and are so close that their legs over lap each eahob other's in order to get room. Time having been called, there is no sci entific sparring or Sullivanesque strategy displayed while dancing around in the little snowhouse. They simply keep still, ex cept one draws back his fisat and plants it emphatically at the batt of the other's ear. The first blow is not very hard, but the recipient of the favor generally knows when he receives it. The first round is thus decidedly one-sided, but the dealer of the blow in entitled to but one strike when the other fellow's turn comes. He gradually increases the force of the blow, the oerson struck remaining quiet, his head bowed low, and his hands or elbows resting on his knees. 1 hese alternations of blows con tinue one at a time, each one increasing over the other in strength until they have reached the extreme limit of the power of the belicose blubber eaters to deal them. If one or the other is not knocked Jeneless when these terrific blows are at their maxi mum, there will, of course, corme a time when one or the other will asuccumb from ,heer exhaustion. As a test of physical en durance these polar pugilistic encounters of the seal eaters are undoubtedly of greater value than the prise fights among our own civilized selves, but as matters of "solience" so called, they cannot rank. very high. How often they take plas among these Ieople I could not find out, but I imagine they are not very frequent. When the Es kimo who was going to kill Tooloah with a knife found his intentions balked he sent a general challenge of this chasr ter to my party, but evidently intended for the native portion only. I told him I would aceommo date him if he would give nme "satisfaction" in a contest with firearms next day, but this ended all further negotiations. They were mortally afraid of powder, pistols and everything pertaining to their prastice. There was among them a fellow with aface so pookmarked that I thought he had had the smallpox, and I was curious to aseertain if it were true. He told me, however, that he had gotten it in another way. At one of the boat places in his country, where a large number of tSir John Frank lin's men had perished, andi their mskel tons, mixed with debris, were found scat tered around, this follow, than a boy, se cured a small red flask tilled with black sand. as he called it. lie had no use for the sand, but wanted the bright red flask, so he ponied out the contents alongside of the lamp, giving them a careless flour isl that threw them in the flames, His suqme quest explanation was a short sb-h.h,.. ending with a loud "banel" that nearly eqaaled a ten-lanh celumbiad. IHe said he went through the roof of the snow hoea, as the hole in is was larger than the door, and, in the excitement, more eonvenseat. Well, that explained the condition of his face and bhis fear of rearrms as well. In Sulk be ae. be ba eihe keep wts apsea npogepbl, gb4d all ýrtAl e4 Famrnarex 8oNwasA. Ivrew llsin·l In thMe In.. et ofJobpwltll at the alopdent Job Rentao,, f irst Nationa Barnk or HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 Designated Depository of t]h United States. Interest Allower on Time Depoits. General Imlnkhi pirlnues 'IrAZnIn5ed. eneraJ lty Depsiat Boxeso tr ent. Dlreetore Lt. W. KNIGHT...... .............r..ir '. H. . KLEINSCMIDT ...... Arestant Cahlser GEU. H. IIILL........ Becond Assistant Cashier Granvilles Btnrt ....... .......Etookgower SW. Ba h ............... ..... .Mereent J. C. ('Curtin ....... Clarke, Conrad CertM, R, H. IHamilton................Canitait () II. Alren.........Mining and Stoclgrower Chue. K. Well.......................... Mroi ant A. M. Holter.......... MA . Holter Hardware Co seneotated BaakeI Northwestern Netional Bank........ Great la Is irit Nati, nus tank ................... emiMonl First National lank................... butts Srcharsts 'National BANK, F0 HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L. N. HEIHIELD................. Prelident A. J. DAV IDSOtN ............ic.ce-Presidlnt lAION HK1ISHIIELD....... ........... a.hier Reard of Direetorse Tbhomma Crn, K. Sands. . n Hutly, A. K. Prescott, A. J. Davids.n. Moese Mourris, L. H. Herehfisd, Aaron derehlield, J. Switzer. Frst-elass City, County aend State Seuerities bought and aeld. Exchange suuned on the principal citees of the United State and Europa. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Interet allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly attended to. Boxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of the best constructed fire and burglar proof sea. deppsit vaults in the oonntry. ontana Natioral BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Dlreeterae U. A. BROADWATEB........... ......Presida. L. . PHELPS ................Vic.-Pree-den. L L, Mac ULLOH ........................ Cshii . L. Smith ..................Assistant Cashel A. G. Clarke, Berman Gan H. F. alen, Peter Larson.. Q. W. Cannon, l.C. Walast, D. A. Cory. Second National BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 - A General Banking Business Transacted. 3, B. Edgerton................. President K. COLE.. .............. Vie-Prsident EOR(iE B. CHILD ..................... Cashier JOBIPH N. KENCK..........Assistant Cashier Board of Directors, J. B. Sanford. C. CG. Evans H. W. Child, S. J. Jones, A. N. ipratt, Chris Kenck, E. I). kdgerton, U. k. Cole, (eor.e I. Child. NO. 4406. elena National BAINK. OF HJLENA. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. SHIRLEY (. ASHBY................President A. B. CL,EMEfNTS................Vice-Pre.ident FRANK tAIRD.........................Cashier Interest allowed on t me deposits E.xchange issue , on foreign countri s. 'lras so r no money by t"legraph. I irst elasn city, county and statei s ac rities o ,ught and sold. Collections promptly ntended t >. Board of Direetorer John T. Murph;, h;r'el. ! sl hby, i. \n. IocAldow i'ratn` laird, (lhas. 1. Mells, J. ' Wo,ilumn, EI tI. Maclay. \.E ('ulln Jjn. N. mndemnhall, Abner P. Clelen. nts, . . . Frd, OUs. L. Tracy, J. 1P. Porter. The Thormas Gruse SAVINGS BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. lHOM AS CRUSE.................. President FIRAN K H. C'RUIE ...............Vice-PresIdent WM. J. COOKE....... Asat Tress. and lSeretary WM. J. SWEENMY..... ......T''reasuro Trusters: Thomas ('ruse, Frank H. Crase, Wm. J. .Cook,. Wm. J. Sweoney, John Fagan. Allows4 per cent interest on Savings Deposit% aoln,,oulded Janouary and llly. Traneacts a general hsnkini bosines. Draws zelhangu on th, princii.ei ctis of the United BStates and Europe. DIals in coenty sand city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgages. Ofloe hours from 10 a. m. to 4 V. m. Also on Baturday and Monday evenings from 7 to d e'elook. -THN- nmerican National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. T. '. POWER...........................Preident A. J, tEtili1SAN ..............Vioe-Plreideut - (C JOMNMON ......................Cashier tiLO, F. COPE ...............Aselidtaut Cashier DlresLtola T. C.: Power, A. J. Seligman, A. C. Joheor, Rilatd Leoeker, James BSullivan. Interest allowed on time dleposlt.. izohange sseal on prinrlpal olties of the Unilted States, astda s atil nrete Transfers of money maide telegraph. lullectlons promptly attendel to, ity, oounty ad leta rsecurities ouslstasldsould, S. Lnaon sand Johnr Luousd d i. nte.,r,"a . ni mmot The state of Soatons sids gret.ing to the ve named defendantes TYo are heLeby requied to appear in La as tio o t gains yo by the above named sad ort the coutit of Lewis skhd larke, and to answer the complslint lied therein, within ten days (exoilaive of the day of NlrVie) after the servioe on you Of tbis summonse if served within this couty; or, if served eat of this county, but withls this district, within twesty days) otherwise wilbli forty days or judgmnt by deaultI will he taken against yo, leoordi to tbe prayer of id complainL The said action is brought to foroles a erntain mortgage executed by defendants on the 224 day of November, A. D. 1190, to eoure the pay ment of a promissory note of even date pa able to the plaintiff, and to obtain a Judgment against the defendant Lydia F. Lundein for the esam of one hundred sad illty dollars ($1t0.00), with interest thereon at the rate of one per cent per month from the 2d4 day of November, A. D. 1891, made sad delivered by said defendant Lydia F. Landeen to plaintiff as agent, which note is 6wned by plaintiff as agent, and for judl meat for Vl000 attorney's fees, $6.00 asres paid on samid premises covered by said morllage, and for costs of sait. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said som .plaint, as above required, the said plaintif will apply to the court for the relief de mended in the complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, is and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 12th day of Meptember, in the year of eur Lord, one thousand eight hunded and ninety-two. [smaml. Joan BlaN, Clerk. By H. B. Thwomsor, Deputy Clerk. C. B, NoLAr, Attorney for Plaintiff. SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the First judleial district of the state of Montana, in and for the eounty of Lewis and Clarke. Laura Wilmon, plaintift, vs. James Wil son, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an sation brought against you by the above named plaintilf in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Mon tana, in and for the, county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint iled therein, within ten days (exolusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or, it served out of this county, but within this district, twenty days: otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint, The said action is brought to obtain a judgment and deoree of this court dissolving the bonds of matri mony heretofore and now existing between the defendant and this plaintiff. For that said defendant did on the 9th day of July, 1891, willfully and without eanse, desert and abandon this plaintiff, and ever since has, and still continues so to willfully and without cause desert and abandon said plaintiff, and live separately and apart from her withouet any sufficient cause; or .ay reason,and against her will and consent; and that said defendant did. on or about the date aforesaid, depart from the state of Montana with the intention of not return ing thereto; and for the costs of this action, and for general relief. And yon are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said oem ;plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for tihe eliof de manded in the complaint and for costs. Given under my hand and the seal of the district court of the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 13th day of Sep tember, in the year of our Lord, one thous and seiht tundred and ninety-two. JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By L. W. BuaTOr, Deputy Clerk. BoTxxr & SnED, Attorneys for Plaintiff. l UMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the frst judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Cia ke. J. T. Wrlsh, plaintiff, vs. Dog Creek Placer Mining company, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant; You are hereby required to appear in an oation brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the first judicial district of the state of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein. within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; o., if served out of this county, bus within this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover judgment against the said defendant for $2.228.L0, due plaintiff on a certain contract wherein and whereby defendant agreed to pay plaintiff $3,000 as its manager and superintendent for the pe riod of one year, which said contract plain tiff has fulfilled on his part, though defend ant has paid him but $771.10. and has de tained the remainder by a vexatious and unreasonable delay since deptember 1, 1891. And you are hereby notifird that if you fall to appear and answer the said com plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will take jadoment against you for said sam of $2,228.90 and interest from Septem bher 1, 1891, at 10 per cent. besides costs. Given under my hand and the seal of the district eeourt of the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this 13th day of An gust, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. [saL.]J JOHN BEAN. Clerk. By H. I. THOMPBON, Deputy Clerk. '1. J. Waleh, plaintiff's attorney. HHERIFF'I8ALE-H. V. BRANDEGEE AND SE. N, Blrandeiee, partners under the Irm name and aryrle of Orandegee Bros.. plaintiff, vs. James M. Clements and Alta C. tlemente. defendants. Under and by virtue -of an order of atle and d'cree of forerlosuore and sale issuerd out of the district court of the First judicial distr:ct of the state of Montane. in and for Ithe county of Lewis and Clarke. on the 29, h day of August, A.D. 1514 in the above entitled action, wherein 11 M. tirandeguo and k. N. Hrandsgee, parltners uuaer the firm name and style of 'rarideae Hrosa.. the above named plaintiffs, obtained judgmsnt and decree or foreclosure and sale asruest Jams e. (lemnte and A Ita't'. (rrrnlror,. defendants,. on the 27th day of August. A. I). 18i92, fror the rum of 1RS45..9 besid.ea intrnr"rt. coste and attorney fees, which said d,'ere eas on the 27th day of August, A. I.. iit1. recordlt in judgmeoat book No. H of said court at page -, I an. commanded to sell all those certain lots. p ters or parcels of land, sit aate, lying anti Iing lathe county of I.ewir and ('larte, state of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: The east twenty-six (3e1 feet of lot numler one hundred and eight (1is8), and all of lots urni bered one hundred and nine (it1) and roto hundred and ten (110) in blocnk numitr threeu t. in the townsite of the rity of Helena, county and elate aforesaid, according toi the plat of said town-ite on file in the otRae of tihe county re coralor of said county of I,,wsa and Clarke, said tracr of land ,ing nu on ihndrrrd (itOl font square and lying west of and adjoining lot numbletr one hundtred and twelve (t1) in maid block number. three (3D l'ogethor with all and singular the tenements. hrreditamnents ad lpprlrltenanos therounto be. loningn or it any wise apmrlainlnir. ubli autcthes is hareby given that on 't'na day, the 20th day of trptemlrer, A. D. 18.t2. at 1- o'clock m. of that day. at the front dolor or the court house. Helens, ICow. eand ('larke cuun ty, Montana. I will. in hedrience to ~aid .rr lr rf ale arid decree of forecluarlrr and uit . .'eol tihe aetrse eacrll.bed Irtp)lerty. or aso Utjri therm of as may be ueceso.ry to atisfy said ju.lifr:ent. with i(lerret and coats, to the highest awr lriat bidder for cash in harl. tiiven under my hand this 20th day of August, A D., 1t92. 'HIILBAlLI M. JEFFERItN. thrertl. Bry IALIhL (i. Jual.esor. I eputy Sheriff. toeem sNe 1, Power leek. Ptees.ffle m Sa I HELENA. MONTANA. TO ^/I'H.E BOYS AND GIRLS: We will give to t1h 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 IHelena to Chicago and return, a ticket of admission to the Fair, and free board at a first-class hotel 4Ariqg the stay in Chicago. There are no condi tions attached to the offer except that with every name sent in the sum of $2 shal9be 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 aocom panied with the statement on the part of the sender that he or she desires to enter THE INDEIPENDENT'S World's Fair contest. M EW SIOUX CITY ROUTE e " EAsl, " Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL 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 world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac. turing city, that has become a "world within itself," and Chicago, whose growth and enterprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pull man Palace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chi. cago, and with a close connection with the Union Pacific trains at Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R respectfully presents its claims fog the new and every way desirably SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particti tars call upon local ticket agent, q address the undersigned at Mau @hester, Iowa, J. F. MERRY, Last. General Passenger Agent. 8FR :IFF'S SALE - DUNCAN HUNTER, olpllaitiff s Benjamin W. 5. Folk and Mary Under and by virtue of an order of sale and veoree of foreclo.nro and sale issued out of the ittriot couront of the First judicial district of the ,tate of Mentaua. in and for the country of Lewis and Clarke. on the Z.d day of Augnust,. D. 1..2, In the above entitled action, wherein lotucan Honter. the above named plaintiff. obtained a lodgment and docr.aw of freclosure and sale ataonst Benjamin W. e. Folk and heary Folk. dlfead.ants. on the 'l2d day of August. A. D. 15A1, f,'r the eni of $5s1. tesides interset. costa and attorney foes, which said d.Cots was on the d day of Agsll. A. DI.. l 9ll. recorded in judgmneit book No. H of said court at page ., Iam comunaded to sell all these certain lots, picers or I,arcels of land, situate, lying amd boing In the county of Lewis and ('larks. state of Montnan, and bounded anddescribed as felow,,s. to wit: I.ots fourtleen (1), fifteen (15l and sixteen (16) in block neutmber se hundred ad six (l(ot), of the Miag adldition to the city of lelens, as said lots and b ock are t nmtbeied, deignatetl and uieseribel upon the onimal plat Ut sidt addition en tile in the otfice of the county clerk and re cordor of I owli and Clarke county. Ni ntana. Together with elI and singular the tronemnit,. herelitamentr and ap:itrlanoess therslouto Lo. Ioogino or i art wi.e appertainiug. l'uhlle notice i bhereby siven that on W'edinere day, the 14th day of bteptombtor, A. U. IS18, at 1 o'clock e. ofl that day. at. the front door of the court house. lileaa, Iewin snd Clarke coon. ly. Montana, I will. in obedience Ct, said order of rate alnd doreo of foreclosuro and sa.,. sel Lie shove d.ocribd propelty, or oti much there. of As may bea neceor' to satsfy said judgment. with interest and cootl, to rthe highest and beet bidder for ceb in hand. riven under my hand this l2d day of August. A. ('HAItL$F ;d. JF.FFERIS. theriff. I ltHl.ran U. Josunor. L'eunty Sheriff. C. B. LEBKICHER, Secoed Floor, Herat Bnildiu. BLANK To OOKS Order IOOKS IEATLY RULED AND PRINTED. IHARARD UNIYERSIIY. Lawrence Scientilic School. Daeirtment of En inoarinl The Department of Engineering of this School has recently been re. organized. Considerable additions have been 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. EVERYTHING IN Montana Sappliirc IS IN THE GUTTING. Have You Had Any Cut -BY O, DE SOLA MENDES & CO& 56I-63 Maiden Lane, N. Y. A.K. PRESCOTT LDEAIER INK Marble anid Granite MONUMENTS 4ANI) HEADSTONES. lt-oil Rolenla, ,Fonoh ry, I. buu. .: ALBERTA RT, & COAL CO. AND GREAT FALLS & CANADA RT, CO Ceonensed Joint Time Table in Etieot Iepb 1, 1892. iGoing West-No. 2- Anavr. DEPART. Dounmore.................. *7:00 p in ±(traasy Lake.............. ..0:.W p m Lethbridoe ............ 200 a m (oing oouth-No. 5 Lethbridge................. . fl00a a -tirling .................... 8:0 a m Rrou ton ................. . :0 a in Milk tliver............... t10:40 a f' outte (intern. boundary) tll:0 a m l Sweet Grass. 12:00 p m evin....................... tl2 :l0 p Secky Bnrings .............. 1:40 p an hlby Junction.......... 2:20 pm 2: p in Conrad........... ........ *8:I0 p mi Pndera ...............*... 0 p 1:0 pm Collins .................. *6:50llp m steel ..........J.. . ...... .. : 8:t 5 p m Vaughan.................... ':50 p m Great Falls................. 9:50 p m ojina North-No. 6-- 0 Great Falla ................. 11:00 p m Vaughrn .................... *11:40 p m Steol .................. *12:0 an m Collins ................... *e:00 a in t.Pondera................... *:40 a nm Cord .. ..................... 5:00 a a haelby Junction........... :00a m a:n 0,~ m -ocky dprins .............. t7: ain IKeavin ....................... t& am Sweet oimrs tinter. bound.) t:00 a m ICortla, "l0 a s Milk fiver ...... 1. 40 a sO m Brunton .. .......... 111:25 a in btirling............. ....... t12:55 p Lethbrid..go................ t2:10 p m oin d East--No. 8 I.ethbridge ................. §8:55p at tframly t ake ............... §12:45 D lnnmore ............. 4:41 p m Go ing b t--No. 1 Lethbri 'ge......1...0 .D0:40p m rat y 1 Ek ............... *e w00 at .....iore .............. '5:40 a i nDaily. IMonlday. Wednealay and lridMy rMeal oDaily except Suuday. 'lhrough trins leave ireat Fall., Sunday. Tuoeidy and Thursday. at 11 p. m. 'h'rouoe train* leave I.othbridge, Menday, W'edue.day and vridl) at 7 a. in. CONNnCrCTTr'.i Canadian Paceit iailway-Trains leave Dun. more Juomtion: For Atlantic Coast at 10:25 a. m. or 'theific Coast at 0:02 p. m. cilrat Northern ailwey--Tralun leave Shelby Juntlion: For Kalilpell. Bonnea's e rryO Spo. kean. etc., at lt:48 a. m. For St. Paul at 2:5p. m. Groat Northern Ralway-Trains leave GQras Falls; nor Helena and Butte at 10:42a m. bot St. S eatl t e 1:45 p. um. Maclood and Pinche reek-Stage leaves I ettlbridge every Ilneeday. Thursday and nSatu do at e a. m. Chotsu Siage for Chotean, Bellevew. Bynum, etc., ronnecte with treiua No. 5 and 6. N. B.-Paiusrengra te and from Kalispell Boan acr'e Ferry. ipol ane. eta. will note that elsoe daib csonnectuone are msode with Great Nolther liailwas ast helby Jul uton. l '1. l Ate.'! tieneral Manager. W. LI. AAteIt,Ad , ienoral superlntsndsot. H. MART'TIN. General 'lralu Agent. A. IIAS SUMMONB--IN THE JUSTICE'S scurt of Helena township, state of Montana, county of Lewis and Clarke, be fore It. F. Woodman. justice of the peaoe. A. L. nmith, plaintiff, tv. T. H. Sharpe, defendant. The state of Montana to the above nemed defendant greeting: You erehereby soummoned to be and appear before me, B. F. Woodman, a Justice of the pane, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. at my office in Helene, within ten dayt ufter the completion of the vmblication of this suam moans, to-wit, after October 4,1892. tken and there to make answer to the somplaint of A. L. Smith, the above named plainti*, in a civil action to rseever the snu of sixty eighbt end 810-100 dollars, for a balance doe for goods, wares and aerohandise to th Kalispell Mercantile comipny and adeimnI by the Kialisepell Meroantile eaopanty 1 tI plaintiff, and interest at the rate of 10 p cent per annum from Jenury let0, I13, 0 date by reauson of payment hkying tee long and vexatiously delayed and withleld, said guod., wars and mereshendie havingl been furnished to defendant at hin eweetlp luetanso and request; and In default therof iudgment will be rendered asalinst you, T. H. tiharp., the above name defendant, feo the som of sixty-eight and 80-100 (CP8,0) annd Interest at 10 per Oent. per annunm fre January lst, 1892. end coWta of csit 1$ this behalf expended. Given under my hend this l12th day ot September, A. D. 1809. B. F. WOODMAN Justice of the Fece f Said TownshLL I.. &i WlU S, Att'y. f.o PL.