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.oge Indian Temples Fashioned Out of Oreat Oranile luwlders. Meyallpuram, India, is Graced with seven of the most remalkable temples In the world, each of these unique plnces of wor shlp having been fashioned from solid granite bowidere, says the etlentillo Amer loon. home idea of their size may be gleaned from the feet that the smallest of the seven is twenty-four feet high, seven teen feet long and twelve feet wide, and is divided into upper and lower to, ies. The "'Hevasa Gods-Cia," the is geet of the seven, is three and a half stories high, its outlines resembling those of an Atlantic steamship. The inside of the bowlder has been chiseled away until the walls do not exesed eight inches in thickness. The two foors above that of the foundation are .eaoh about a foot in thickness, and seem as solid as the rook of ages. The upper stories are reached by a spiral stairway carved from the same piece of granite. The second largest of these single stone temples has a portico eleven feet wide and Jeventeen feet long, ornamented with four .rouehing lions and two elephants, all marred from the same bowlder which goes to make up the main building. Veils of Purplish Net. Clever Parislensel Will her innocent little ruses ever fail her where dress and personal appearanse are concerned? She has just hit upon a little trick by which she imitates even what is generally consid ered an unkind touch of nature. "Nearly all the grand ladies at Paris are wearing veils of purplish net and gauze. I can't make out why they do it, as it makes them all look more or less frostbitten." So a gentleman reports who has just returned from Paril. Of course he, being a man, could not be expeeted to penetrate the secret underlying this fashionable curiosity. The facts are however, simple. A large number of Paris tan ladies are addicted to the plentiful use of sosmetics. But, although the "snow and-roses" complexion conjured up by means of poudre de riz and rouge is all very well for warm weather, it becomes on natural in the days of rime frost and nip ping east winds, the correct thing for com plexions in cold weather being a slight admixture of the purple tint resulting from cold air. The purple veil supplies the shade almost to perfection. Hence "the latest in veils." Bucklen's Arnlca Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cute, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns ans all Skin Eruptions, and post tively eures Piles or no money required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price25 centsper box. For sale by H, M. Parchen & Co. Golng East-Save Time. Going to Chicsao and east your short quick route is via St. Paul and "TheNorth western Line." Leave Butte 6:45 a. m., Helena 10:15 a. m. to-day, reach St. Paul 6:55 a. m. second day, connecting with fast day train of "The Northwestern Line" leaving St. Paul 8:00 a. m. daily and ar iv ing Chicago 9:35 p. m. name day, making less than sixty-three hours from Butte and less than sixty hours from Helena, which is several hours less time than via any other line to Chicago. 'I his ':35 p. in. arrival in Chicsao insures connection with all the principal lines from Chicago east, and "Tho Northwestcrn Line" is the only line from St. Paul that nlakes all of these connections in Chicago. Opportsnty. it Master of human destiny am I, Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps NI wait, of Cities and fields I walk. I penetrate at Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late t I kneok unbidden once at every gate. t If sleeping, wake; if feastinR rise before at I turn away. It is the hour of state rr And they who follow me Beach every state al Mortals desire, and conquer every foe P Have death; but those who doubt or heel tate . Condemned to failure, penury and woe Seek me in vain and uselessly implorq I, Sanswer noet, and I return no more. JNo. J. INOALLT. i But fail ye not in this respeot., Bize every opportunity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. bhil is the advioe of OGo. H. H rroun. t. I General Passenger Agent. Chicago, Ilk 4OTI'E T'o CtfEIT(ttit--1N 'rll' J Ii trlct coulr of the lir-t judicial dllttri't of 1 tle sratll of Mounlana, in and for tihe county i of Lewis nld ('larke. 1 In tie nmattero f thb catato of John Walker, te deeea.,e, . Notice is heoreby given by the undersigned, ad- a ministrator of the eUtstto of Jolhn \ aValrr. decersed, to the creditors of, rid all persons tav- , iug claims against thre saii decera-ei, to) exhibit h tihem with tie necessary vuourers, withitn fur mouthe aftnr thIe first. publiertion tf t irs notice b to the said admini,.trator at tle law olhco of fasaiua hbllard, roott 8, ieolr block, in the city of telenra in the orunty of Lewis and Clarke, state of Mollta the no hi r tO being, the pIla'ce for the transaction of tir' busi 'iss of said i estate, in said county of Lewis and ( larke. Lated November 18, 1892. JOHN WALKER. Administrator of the cotate of John Walker, deceased. NOTICE OF STO(CKHOLDViRS' MIPFETINO-- I A To the stockholders of the tBourldor Valley Deitch Mlioing rnd Milling comrlpany: You are hereby notified that a meeting of the etockholders of tie lIreolder V'allry )itch irieu ing and Milling eompany will be loleh at tile office of the company, room 2, irltler block, Helena, M stins. on Saturdnn ay. the ilet of Iao comber. 1.92, at two o'clock. I'. in.. for the lpnr pose of submitting to raid stockholders a prop esitien authorizing the trustree of raid cnrontpny to soil all the right, title and interest of said company in anti to its rlal estatoe and mining property, situated in the county of Jefferson. state of Mloctana, in such parcels, at such times. for such prices, in cuci manner. upon such terms and to such p:rsoons as moay be suthorizod by the vote of said etocekholdLers. A. M. IIOL'L EI. l'residlent. fFFICE OF STATE FURNISHING BOAIID. SHelens, Mlontlana. Nov. 1,. 18t'2. Proposals are hereby invited to furnish tihe following supplies to the 'I bihlrd legislative as s mblly convening at lelona, Montana Jan. t Class I. All printing and paper which may lie reqluiredt for its use. Htida forr priting to be per tt0it near. bids for taPn to be per pound. to in" clude bill Iaper, enrolling anti engrs'rrlt lepater. letter heads anti enveloes or rsenale and tioot1. ('laes 2. iftysevern waste paper baskets, one dozen quarts Arnold's black ink. 100 dozen lenad pencile, Mercantile No. 2, Eagle I rlrnit com pany, twenty-five tzeans pen hIoltrsa one dozen boxes aessorted stoe' pens, two liemlngton type writers ronutet. Iids co class 1 and 2 should be made separ ately and atldrso ed to J. Ki. Toole. presitleut state furnishing board. Helena, Monitana. Hiels for clams 1 to bie accomlpanied bIy a bend in tt te sem of $i.OOle eonlttloteI for the faithful per forance of the rerk under rsuch rules and rogt latens sa tihe Ifurnishing htarld llay reueire and from time to lilne as reqlirer t. Ftelre of all work can be reen at the oftirce o furnisliten soard. 1idii for s¢ecoend class to bho aectIpanienc by a bond in tile sum of $1.t00. witi like conrdi tions. 1 ids to be filed on or before t oeemniehr 12, 189itL JOS. K. T'l'ttLE, resideut tState kuruirhing Board. LIAS BUMMONB--IN JUBTICE'B ('OURT of Ielrena township, rounty of t.twis atnd ('larks and state of Montanu.. before ('. W. leelat'her. justice of tihe Iease Jacal Lnoerr. pilaintiit, is. Ale lRogers, do fendtasrt. l. The state of Montana sends greetin to the atiMve named defendrant. YItr are herebty re teredtirl to appear In an actln brought a atinet youby tihe tares nameud plaintlff 11. 1it jtrstlrt'u, coter rti't lealu elatorotl.. tnlainty of I ovlt and Cl(:rko, and tie answer tie oolntplaint lilel tielreu, within forty days (exclusive of the elery of service). alter tihe service ou.yoU of this $111IIons, tihe first tateLi Ihrrerl having Icren re turnad withleut bintg ocrrld. 'I e raid retiirn is bronght to recover $7 . nll.rntei to, bh duer by yoeru to ptlaintilff for totari meid hndgcltle tn; sleled by hire to yoU, and for n tou.y Dad snta rrceived t ,. ont froetr plaintlif iumt roe n .lutr let, it', stee t'ototeer lat. 11'2, at y .,r'spec I ll nle.trtnceitrtand request, an' cctit., as s ire tl ily ' reaerres fy tha reiPlteeciU t tise lr herein, to whirhi yeten are, rofe.rred. Anti ryou er hrereby notltiietr that if Iou fail to aptpear and anrrwer to raid cumplenIlt. as shove oqorirrd. . h, ' plaintif e i l ,ill take ,iciele real atailnst youe feor ni I enl cuut of 'ie stelt csts 0of suit (iivon vnder miy lanid tids let clay of Notem fear, ien theyear' ott iorcrd, teet trtlesated rigrht kaldred and nlnety-two. C. W. FI.EtIt'I'Ett. Justioe of the l'eace. Toll's Pills Regulate The Bowels..; C*ostivelness dets-,li.. tieile hclei s75.ys" tes.as os be.ota d$.easeo, atclll as Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Dioaaaes, Bilious Colio, Malaria, etc. Tntt's Pills prodoceo relular habit or lod. ani good siognson, ".tnout hiech, no oie can njoy good l t. Sold Everywhere. Nervous Prostration, Bleeplelenees, Sink and Nervoeus Head. ache Balnkache, Dizziness. Morbid iFears, liot Flashes, Nervous Dyspcpgin, Dullness, Conthilon, Ilysterla, Fits, Ht. Vitus' Dance, Opium Habit, Drunkennessu etc. n.re cured by Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. Itldoro not contain opiates. Mrs. Rophia C. Brownlre, Delaicd, Fl., suffered with Eplepsy for 60 yeare and testifies to complete cure. Jacob Plotre, Ella, Oregon, bhad been snfrrlng with Nervnla I'ros*tra. don for four years, could lint eltee, nothlllng I!lled him until be used Dr, Miloes' Reistorative Nor vine I be li now well. wish to beartestimony to the value of Dr , s' Resloroti e teruine. For fully 20 years I elufferled Ineesaotly from a dlatreesini nerveos headache, from which I ould get no relief. Lost year I was compelled to quit work bhecmse of Itslr severity. I oroeured a bottle of Dr. Mites' iervlnro, etd after taking about one-half of it the headnache dienp. nearedand I have not had it since. I have reason to believe I have been permanently cured, and Dr. Mile' N.reulo must have the credit. W. W. EVABS, Ed. 1ndpendenmd,Waynesbhrg, Pl. Sold on a positive guarantee. Fine books Free at Druggist. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pilles, l rdes e rcents are Ith, ret medy io IlUiuuonsae. Torpid Liver, etc., Ot. DR. MILIES' MEDICAL CO., Ellthurt, Ind. fold by all druggists. a JAPANES A new and Completo Treatment, consisting of SBnppoitortes. nlutment in (apenles,. also in Box and Pills; a Povitive Cure for External, In ternal. Blind or leteding, Itching, Chronic, Re. cent or Hsreditary Files. and many other dis. saes and female weakuoesse; it Is alvape a graet beneit to the general health. The first disoovery of a cedicai cure rendering an operation with the knife unnesesary nhereafter. 1 his liemdy has never been known to fail. $1 teer box, 6l fo !5; sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written gnarantee is poitlively given with 6 boxes, to refund the money ii not cured. Bend stani for free saniple. (luarantee issoued by Hi. M. Parehen A Co.. druggists, sole agents. Helena. Hout. R 500 IReward, I .e will pay the above reward for any oase ot aIdver lomplaint, Dyspeteia. Blck headache, In Igeation, Constipation or (Costiveness as can pot core witk West's Vegetable Live- Pills, when the directions are strictly complitel with. They are purely vegetable. and never fail to give Fatia faction. Sugar (t.ated. Large boxeo. 25 centm Beware of countcrfelto and imitations. The ansuie sold by 11. Mi. Parehen & Co.. U.la&º, ItElllFF'S bALL-)l A'll'HEW IBOLL!"', M.. v. Bolles and It. F. Itollt, doilng bttudi ness under the brmt name of it. liollee & t o , painttlts. ve. tharge I. I'iw, Ihvary J. Pow and t, v lambtthovnt, ,.lfvmdatnts. Under and by virtuo of an order of sale an decren of forlt(:elsnri aind rale i,-tid out of the dittriot court of tIt irot judlicial district of tiho steti of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and (larke. oln tihe "t'. I da of Nrw itucr. A. 1). w1te. inl the above entitled action, wherein haittoew Btlle.,t .. :. oloe anid - t illeo. partners doing b:'sres ititr thte firm naron of it. liolles i it.., the ,bont namon Itailutit', obtaint- a j tudgmt tt and decree of forcttetrur and sale arsanet ief . ric If. Pew, Stilry J. I iw and It. I. intl~atton. defonclntto , o:t the 21ttil day of Ivcutemb.ti A. d). t1 t2. for tho snm of . rtt.41 2. lesdde intterest, cost0s li attoriery foo. which said decreo wae on the .; t C tlay of ovettoler. . 1). lt.1 . . i.ricorded in judg men: book No. "it" of -alit court, at pae - .' am commanled to ell all tho.o certain !ot', pieoe+ ir parcel,- of lanid, situate, lying anit hbeing in tle couniity of Ltwis and ('trke, state itf tn taun, and bounded and described as follows, to. wit: e east twIntty (0t) feet of I t nuhmbered ore bun trod lnl titreo 105!) r.- l tl a ,ae't tel (lei f-, of lot tt.Utl- llt itimuldrel en ld f.tlr i I' in block un.,lor.t tletiet lits of the I tatteetiti tion to lti c:tty of t;chlllt 'Ihe -ait tiriact l lbn iohaving a fo 011i, l f...firty Ii- ftt e on 'o:.tht a.rnui and a d, ilh oif revt-tty folr stianll ltiv onteuih fturt ;4. ) trilr or it It-. accrdiugl ii toid diltsrib-il upon the oicitrial plat if stit taiti,. which p at is, tiiw oin il, illth illtat.ner i Lrt.vlnt'lu ilh ., vdd count) t.f I ewii urd s t a:lrke, in the. .,aeo of 1ltll n'al:ll ll, h r - ti ,aid l r ,r I Srol.,' ) i ..tuate. Tote:hiur w:tlt all nn-l ;r.tininr tih ttrlcttielto, Ihelreditr uonlt s it nu ;t lrl""tit '.ttln' ttl r.,unt Ibo IPublic notice is I:eoeby gi\vn tb-tt on tlotiday, in. of that day, at tihe Ilrott ttior of lti itirt 1,,mH: ,. IloHe'n. ,/cot in s ". larks c lrm y-, eoi. tana, ,.ill, in ebhdi.'nc , to raid ermhr of ,:l , aid blt ere t of forta'i,i t ireo d i tti l . i t-r ill Il at uve detr-ibed rcitterie, or se) cii- -t ihtroof ur may be ueco-uary to oilily sttaid jitidht~int, Swithi intiere, ail(i u , stce, to tile IltghetIt lld osth Sbidder, for cansh in Iband. hivllt ttlluter lily ltud thiit L:t-th day of N .vw 1: brA. D. 1-Ju, r iy.ly AitoI Ii otittiunt, Doi. uoy ,-t.,' IN 'IIfE 1 lltT ll('t ( -it ' r T 'r E IIt 'i jljudiial district in and for thel coulnty Lewis and a larke, t.to Iof outana In tile lnattlr of tth1t runrdian ipD of hi lIur aon and tLi otate of aslnm artlatt, an jial-., e it roetombored, that on readlin..itth veritiaol ptaatiaonof l inry I '.aaege tr,thrt' tamlyaualit.eda aal ating guardian of t a e pea'sonl aa d t o Latl.e of I aum r aNtl It, an insnllslt rson, it. alqpe'arn to tIan courtf t raolaial p .tt m tlhat at i, t c'saass., and will f t bhnoalcial ton l war t irat lthe r, al estate InltLa'loall uin saIl petitionl, to-wit; beina the ew tllaarter ,f the no luartonr a!l lot No. , oI sottion Nan. Ii. totan-.il, :co. ita. nlartil of raan o I west. ontainilr t i11a.7 acres oaf anll situr.tcd in t thla ounllty of la wia andi a larke, atlalo oi a~lonal- n tanlas, b asold for he lpay Intla of ilidallta.tllarsi Ia fers and expolanr ale e Ily tlou htata of th sanid ( iaanloa p rso. a a. am Barl Int.' Iant till af nail facts so alalalar taa the an isfaction of thieas co'llt by a veritho ,eti ion tilti hlareial. whi'Lch etiliota sits forth lhe Crt dtlcon of a: iL ill,anit ioia.'s an estate, it Iarob.lblh futuor Iexlaen'as, itvas vaner al thl tacts anfl c,conlr~anllesn lpO whiaelill in a - tltion is tlrnddtl .atl. wlIaI h oitlton sllo\Va a nT-arn oitay for rolling naid real nltato il.d which liall tlon isverilie.l by I'enry C. .aegor, guaardiaa of Ltle pta.eon and toe entate of a asrtla I a lrtlot. it s thaleraf,,r O llered by this lu, rt that allr pearons iattr stall in t aid a stato as oell as tlho neat of ktia of saidu le a n I artlot., all inan n Ilarson, bIt and alalear bolero this , oaart .la lhat urday. ais 1 lst ioay of torlenbo'n, Il. at atit o'clock a. o.. toallow Callh'. if an, axats. nahy ana oralar .lhouad not ta., gront d taala ho alooaf tale abo.ore narad real eo.tata for tho palrl on, a a aboven nallad, th e sal n e iof ba IaaaIaao at T,r t i tale. if aftlr Ireoa iinag bids thoranalar nllade aold Ir orlder of thi. rcort,. ii lhall baa aaaale to aa o tr thatafull praon therefor shall thae breu Lidl theraon, the gnardall an avinuu otitiatnead fr alin taority to tell tia soman at privatae pntia, anda tthat said order furtl or co, tain a Iroavsiailo tlhat say rosidaluo relmanilnla after the ;anyalanat , f y.ei delltsa ntl exense.s ihall by olorer of this caurt la innested by said guardian for the benialt of said ward. It in lnreaby further diroctel that this oardr ae lnblehlled at la.t folur atCCal'tana walnoHill ttaa lulenma Iaaldaodonla. a nealtalnpar Iptaalnlaaad aill the oantlty of Lnwis aind :lrkai. nMlta tfl o 'on tana, billg a Iownapoaar pnlbaisheli ill the aounlty whorelnn this olrt is hllilen anal waoro taial real nstatl is ritalata'd. onet tin osait court thi. 21tlIth lay of Noaalna her, 1114.1. In itiAl'E :. tIia'T. aaaga tt-1'T:. 1M' : RoNIANA. fva. C'OU NTa Y O F 1,a ,0',t A, I 'I.Aa ttaar: . i hereby certify thatllt fh, forengona tis a fhll, trae, corlert antil a'lalltnl)arted a'nty f tI1 arigianl ord nr iirot iln a llllliatallalaa a af Ilat aaia t lanl.a ing onagardliannt' irtitionl for ardaar to nall r-,al latatan, ill tasoa liartlott estatoaht. an tlhn a10a alp tarn ta ano of raaord. in w tesa wltrrnf. I hanve tllrollna I sat iy land antanlli axed alas olhtial esal of this loUrt, tillis ltlt day tf Novemaber. as9,. ia a l ,IOIN IEnAN. ('lrk. I y It. ta. 'antam \n., Ur)tlaay ('lurk. aTOCaKtIOtLalRt4' ME -TIa-aU-NOII'tE 11 a hareoly glovn that tarolmant to a to oaltatin of tlhe Inoarcl f trtaetee., a tlnaating of tian aatnat- i holaatra of the eutn Ilivaar -tcnala roianllnaiy wall bn htnld at rootlu 211 Power Lulhlinlg, in lina city an a lntleea. llontaalln, on tile hth tlay of Jnnlnary, tit, at Ill o'clockl In the tarralaaon of that lay: tfor pInellurno of nalnlniitling to salal athoar hoallders tha ait lotioan af Ilnorrsinlg the oUttaltl rtt'ha oaf t lSaiat ta iti liver t htaptalnannn a'ai y tatn clta anadrrdalnd ataI n tlhosnd anIaaSll . )lllltta tlar, aniad also for tan Ipurlanae of sntlbniting to I all rtark hao:dots tlaae t ssin of arngalalltnag a anow noal illa. aIld stllilai andl tratnserrlig ta said Clat Iallr. sea orgalazadla all pratlsrty, real atnld ior. tonal, ownantl by lhae ail alaa Ilttr heloa conan patia. llatad at laetana. MontanL, laIs lath day of Novoalbl, 1811t2. ii. M. PAlt'IIbtlN. |1Stt'lR It li-tI~kLL, , )t. W. KNIUIIT', 't'lruste ALtleat: flallttIIT RUllSaeat, t'erIlaly. I • T I "I GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE P'aa.ea threoh WiWsonin, MiUnnesofa. N'orth Da kLote. Manitoba, ioi: .ltn, idaho. u, re gon and tuasiugton. THE DINING CAR LINE. Dining Care are run between ('hlcngo, t. Paul,' ointlapoliee inoIgP. HlUena, Lutte. 'laoma tuoattle and tuFortlc PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE Pulmnon sarvice dlly between ('hilago. tt. iPaul. Montana and thu Pacinu Northweot, and eteaen t. Paul, Minuolnoliln ahd Minnesunt North LDakola and Manitoba points, THE POPULAR LINE. Daily aExpre l'rain rcarry elge nt Pullmas Bleeping (:ra. Dinng ('are Day ('oachu, Puil. man loulri.t bleeperl and Free Colonist bleep. Lag Cure. YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE. The Nor hern Pacific railroad I. the rail line te Yellowletoe Park: the popular line to ('aliforial and lAlirk: and its trains pass through the gruadest scenery of sivu mntate. THROUGatI TICKETS Are s id at all coupon oflices of thn Northern FuPlitir trilrai to points eor h, inet. Bcntb and West, in tie United htaute and Canada. TIME SCHEDIILE. In effect on and after Bunday. Angust 28. TnAtNl ARDIVE AT lIELENA. o. T. rciic Mail. west bound ........ 1:0 p. m n .4, Alantiu mUl. eat louuind........12:40) p.m N,. 6. t nour t'a.oht. I ullo.na and Bltt r.xprr.e. ....... ..........., :4 p. nm No. 8. Maryvile aselanor.............11:0 a. m No. 10. Mar evill aoommodation..... md:U p. No. I. \VWIckos, Boulder and El.orn pasngr... ............... :I0 p. m Tfo. 2,, Rimin i mixed. Monday., Wed neadays and Fridays.................... 5:00 p. m TRAINH DiEPART FROM IILENA. No. . ft cfie Mail. puett bound........ 1:4ip. m No. 4. Atlantic n ail. east bound........ : p. in I o., 5t, i ti, Mellou ann t I urd'Alene exoro ... ....... :3 i. m iN.. 7, Maryeville passengner............. 7:45 a. mn 'o. 9, Maryeville acconmuitodation...... 8:00 p. m No. So. \t'ickes, Iloitddor and ELlkhorn Panot ger ....... . ....... 7:20a m o. , limini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdaey and Frida:e.... .. ....... .. . 8:15 m 'lrains hos. 1, 4, i5 and 6I connect at Garrison with Montana Union trains to and from Butte, Doer Lodge nand Ansconda. 'rIraium Aue. e nd A i will run between Helena and Wallace. ]daho, without change of care. For Rates, Maps, Time Tables or Speoals Information apply to Chas. 1. Fee, Generat Passenger and Ticket Agent, bt. Paul, MinLn., or L. =. E" C.AER. , General Agent of the Northern Pacif Blia R . at HE.L.(tNA, ', t'. INFORMATION. Remember this: The greatest line of railway operating between St. Paul or Minneapolis and Milwau. kee and Chicago is the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. It owns and operates, under one management, 6,100 miles of track. Every day this road starts FOUR handsome, elegantly equipped pas. senger trains from the Twin Cities that run through to Milwaukee and Chicago without change of cars of any class. TWO trains daily to St. Louis and Kansas City. The train service and general equip ment of "THE MILWAUKEE" is not surpassed by any railway in America. It runs the famous and only electric-lighted vestibuled lim. ited train to Chicago daily-con. sidered the finest regular train in this country. It is the Olfical Government Fast Mail line. If you are going to Chi. cago, Milwaukee, or any point east or south, or to St. Louis or Kansas City, cut this out: Leave St. Paul B7::35 a. m., arrive at Chicago 10.o0 sanut oven ri., Leave sr au A : 5i p. m., arrive at Chicago 6:1i next noriln,. Leave t P.unl .i p. nm., arrive at Chicago ,:(0 n*"xt morning. Leav.,Ft Pl A 5:o) p.m., arrive at Chicago n:;n luxt iLorn rig. Leave nt. aul A p9". a. m., arrive at St. Louis 7:t3l next utrniog. Leave St. Paul (' 7:1t, p. m., arrive at 6t. Louia (t:l5, next wvening. Leave it. Paul : :1::5 a. m., arrive at Kansao t ity " i: t t nm-ruing. Iea\o ret. aul t( :i5 p. m., arrive at Kanaaa c;ty tr6:, next ereuinua. A DAily. B l·:xcept bunday. C Except Saturday. Pc lace sleepers on night trains. Parlor ci)atr cars on day trains. Dilun:l car :,ervice superb. Trains leave from St. Paul Union Depot. No trains. For lowest rates t.o all points in United States and Canada apply to any ticket agent or address J. T. CONLEY, Assistant Gen. , ass. Aqt., St. Paul Minn. NEW SIOUX CITY ROUTE S . E8KlT. " " Passengers for the East from £-elena 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 .T'vlace City of the world; Dubuque the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufao 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 a1 Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R respectfully presents its claims tf the new and every way desirabli SIOUX CITY.IOUTE. For folders and further particu lars call upon local ticket agent, Q -address the undersigned at Man Chester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Aast. General Passenger AgeaL TNOTTIC: OF API'It'ATION TO) CUT TIM. her.--In accordance with the provirions of ectiou P. rules .land rogulatios of the honora blie e!oretry of the interioyr, bay , 141., the tunderigared hlreby giv, ustico that at the tx j,irstiou of twenty-t-e days front the tirst tlb inatito t tile lotl', they will Iapply to the I rorablo e,'rroaryt o the itlerior. by their written applinatiolt. for permission to cut and rtllov, thu nits:c:hantal:e ,awlgqa. ,nc.a-lting of ijint and fir titbihr, and sbout dill cords of etel whito pine. on the following dencrilbed pu ilit laude, to wit: Igttniltng at a p:.int ntarltke by I. l E. I.. this pout I milln ahutit tnlu juile south f Mcltlounal·t'e toll igate unld onli t., right hand side of the creek called Walker erekt: tlienoe runnina in t a south , rly dirrelion on tt uile to a post Imarked 5. I . thonoo rllunning t I a wtterly dirolettio otta mile to tt t. uttue . naeoru'r ipoet sat d arked Vt. 1 ll.; tihn., ruuuitg it a northrrly dt rctti-tt S neiO lell to t a ittl Illttartt N. I%' ; ltten rtt I nlu in an atrlo ly l tirection ult l nle to a post Si lmrrtol F'. I , tI.s poitttof atarling. All of e.iltd. hdt ttral ig ~ ont e lntquale mtlo, Item in l.,.I, andt t Ilarko tt, ntuy, rolgh, rocky. tIlltUtlteietlUS aidl Utt.nrvlytal. sIaid altut four teen uile, wet tof tie city tIf llllana ·s% about aei entll.iec.aast of the ttwn of h,'llltto. The'i botlnttdr lite. hetweo I owiland Clarkee.tt taI Iodlige etntle Is ahtuti. two mile tIlldittLt. 'l ha tlnttr out on sail landl in to bi mautfau ttured into lumber. lalth aut rordwood. I, lItt 111,Hl'h F. ti(OLL.NICII, IlENIRY CLAUMBF.N, Ap pliante. C. W. Flelesoher Attorney for Alpltoants. Illons.n Mont I Nov. 10. 1I87. TIIR HELENA INDEPENDENT is on sale by the following news dealers in this city and state, and in Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Wash ington, California and Minnesota, who will furnish single copies or receive subscriptions for thedaily or weekly: CITY STANDS. Swend Carlson ................8 South Main St wenrl (arson...................18 outh Slain St Fred Sasu.....................185 North Main ht T. II. Cewell.....................Gold Illock Woodman & Sandrsa..................Cgar Store Samnel lHer.......... Motor O5fce, Power Block O. W. ('arpenter...... Broadway, near Merchants Goodman Co .....Corner Broadway and Main J. Wendell........................117 Bridge St J. McCormick ..............203 North Itodney St rroaiway Itsh Market.... Near Merchants linotel M. (asrdan...................25 North Main St A. Fergueon.................422 North Main St J. Bohrbsugh..................... randon Hotel 8, Warmker......Corner Broadway and Jackson Mrs. Goocke....................Ei..glhth Avenue liroadway (Irocery ('o.............515 Broadway J. A. Allen ..................Grand Central linotel litmlnI Ilyer........ Corner Sixth Av. and Park A` Anutin.. IJradway, next to Independent office C. O. Noye ..............Brown Block. Warren St Daniel Morgan..............207 North Rodney St Win. Weinrtein...... Corner Main and Sixth Av inotel lHl ena ............................ ran t SBig. Mantheimn................Comogolitan lnotel tL C. BSubbe....Triangle Drug Store, N, P. .Depot MONTANA. J. W. Lister ...........................Missoula Gilderrlove & Charest ....................Granite F. A. icheouber......................Philipsburg (MChn. Williams............................iranite P. H. Paradise......................Philipabirg King & Kennedy...................... Anac na W. B. Burkett........................Deer L.odng ('. D. Kenyon ........................Deer Lodtgir John Andrew............................Elkhorn J. E Walter ..........................Townsend Taylor & liay......................... Bozema H. Arment... . . ...................... ozoma Baginki Bros...........................Bozoman Geo. Pfaff ................................ Ponlder Hotel May.................. Boulder Hot Spring C. A. Matthws ........................ Marysville W. M. Kendrick......................Marysvills T. W. Warren..........................Marysvill J. D. Hayes.......................... st Helena W. B. George............................Billings Thos. Person & Co................. le... d Iodge Bazinski Br .........................................iles City Mrs. Barnes .......................... Castle Francis Irvine..................... Big Timber A. Croonquist .......... ........ Livigston J. O. sax & Co...................... Livingston W. B. Annin & Co.....................Livingston J. 11. Dean..............................Cinnabar L. A. Marsh..............................Kalispel W. B. Herring....................... Kalispel F, W. Buckson.......................... Kalispel Nelson, Walker & Co............ Columbia Falls Wolf Bros................................ Havro A. S cDonald .................... Wolf Creek W. F. Burgy ........................Great Falls R. M. Calkins........................ Great Falls A. G. oRdding...... ........ ..... Great Falls Maples & Dahlgren ..................Great Falls Hurt Bros .......................Great Falls W. E. Chamberlin..................Great Falls IDAHO. J. L. Pritchard....................Pend d'Oreille UTAH. J. C. M Ginley ..........................Salt Lake McCartney & Co .................. ....... gden Tho Owl News Co......49 W, 2d S. St., 'alt Lake COLORADO. Smith & Son............929 Sixteenth St., Denver WASHINGTON. J. W. Graham...........................Spokane J. F. Riggs .......'ostolice News Stand. Seattle Mercer & Nathan. ....101 S. Second St., Seattle Wenatohee News Co..................Wenatchee Otto P. Johnson.....................Wenatchee SFunk's News Depot.........Paciflo Av.. lacma CALIFORNIA. R. C. Wilbur .......Palace Hotel. San Francisco MINNESOTA. Wilbur Tebbils........ Merchants Hotel, St. Paul Wellard S. Dennis.........Hotel Ryan. St. Paln PROFESSIONAl. CARDS. S Atorney at Law Money to loan onlmproved city and farm property. ASB BUIN IL BARBlUR. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Templ - Helena. Montana. MASSENA BULLARID. Attorney and Counsellor a Law. SWill practice in all courts of record in the State. Office in Uold Block, Helene. Mont. SIZER & KEERI Civil and M ning Engineers. a. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Mineral pat. sats oenrtl. eoomes 12 and 1. Atlas Building. Helena, Montans. .: [IR. M. ROCKMAN. _ . th'yslcian. S rgeon, Aecouohe, Oculist, Aurlt. )- Member of San Francisco Medical Society. i alwo Nevada State Medical Soctoty. 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Laaslltude. nil ,'tlnt anud oie of, power I t :!r(it.lenettvLe Org;ans i either el x c;acsd by over rexeu T abl~ove a )re mispac l ,tft t ,rot, or h exe,,smvo f th of tmsto col, o luna nm stltol lrot sevh h.I,l g n head t lt lnlrellte. 'u.:tlnlCetiro anR d In sanity. fIit o kh "it r ;nd int tn t ,:lr rnt In se pr cket. wi e ll n Y w0.il In elns h pac;kg , ,) yadtires+f rt1, 1o Itr p. (With every Slb order we ta tr,,siltel gouuranathe 1o. enre or tv'iand the imaney. ..FO.E AND A."'" II'..iLi 'tIh"E. Addrtes eLERVE- t tEE I)O.. tChtiene. Io - For ,v ope & O'Cotlnnotr, )rntvists, Batiley ltlock. OCSNAIALU S:IOlCM 8 : DFNOA : The above are mieplaced 1.;eere or the name cf the most poptlla mnusi pb'il'atiou on the continent, the publishers of which will give $900 IN CASH PRIZES To the first twenty prensons ending in the above three words with the lotters correctly arranged. 1 rizoe to be awardd as follows: To the irnt person bending the correct answer will be given $300.00 is cash; to the Fecoud, $200.00; to the Third. $100 00; to the Fourth. $ e5 00; to tte Fifth, $00 00; to the riztt. $3Q ece to the teventh. $23 00; to the fEihth. $ao.OO to the Ninth, $15 00; to the Tenth, Irleventh, 'zwelftt, Ihirteenth and Fourteenth. $10.00 each; and the Fiftecnth, bixteenth. teveetetnlh. Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth correct answers. $500 each, Ivery person sending an answer to the above Puzzle must enclose with tie same fifteen 11) two cent stamps fur one months trial suleoription to oar "MUsIe n rOLtIO." whash Is the nsmu-t elaborate work ofIts lkid ever publltsled Is America, being lithlgraphed on beet paler, wlsh ser beastifullv deslyn.nl It geld and emsi bo sed. Our publiration is a monthly: asch number contaelnini the latest and beat oeaposelthse, therefore you receive tee times ala value oH your remittance In ay on me ethber. Our object in offering this l'rl.e Puzzle is to attract attention to oAu phblicstion. snbecrlbers to which are plsealed to a position to buy all lines tf sheet mneiclat trals rtcve. We have outlived the preljudice that tihe public have against prize compntitione. brought about by unecrupulous puoblishlers of "fake" joulrnas, u we have not advertised togive everything, but have given everthlng we advertised. 'The eavetopewhirh contains correct solution bearing first lpostmark will receive first award, and the balance in order as received. This mouth's issuo contains the following copyrigt munso:; ,'TA-RA-RA-BOOM" POLKA. "ONLY PROMISE." Vocayl). ,',3ERALDINE" WALTZ. Groat Hlt. "BILL THL BSLSUN." (Voccal). Sea Song. "LA SERENATA" WALTZ. Very Latest. "'WASHINGtION" MARCH. "LOVE AND DUTY." (Vocatly Great. Success. ,"GERMAN PATROL," MARCH. Very Catchy. "POMPADOUR" POLKA. Great Success. "META"' SCHOTTISCHE Newost. "ALWAYS TOGETHER." (Song). "KLEINE KATIE." (Song). Dutch Yodlo. *'GALLANT SALAMANDER." Sea Song. If thins I not by far the greatest value to the Musile Line you ever saw, we will sheerfully refund your money. CANADIAN MUSIC FOLIO, TORONTO, CANADA. Heation This Paper.