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HYDJATATION OF NERVE CELLSI
What a selentifia Authority Has to Say About Sleep. Slop is one of the least understood of hbyesologIcal phenomena. A new theory of It, says Nature, has been offered by Herr Rosenbaum. He supposes the essential feet in the fatigue of the netrvos system la4ing to slasp to be a hydratatlon of the peeve cells, an lncreapp of their water con tent. The greater the hydratation the less the irritability. This hydratation arewes through chemical change of the nervous substance during activity. A small part of the water escapes by day through the lunus, but the greater part is elimi ated during sleep. Its passage into the blood takes place by virtue of the laws of diffusion, and depends on the quantity and density of the blood, its amount of fied principles, speed of flow, ete. Elimination of the expired air takes place according to the laws of the diffusion of gases. The assimilative substances of the body take the place of the water elim mated in sleep. The repair of the physical and mental forces through sleep is due to this elimination and repiacement. Intel ligence is in inverse ratio of the proportion at water in the brain, and may be mea dured by this proportion, at least in the child. It may be doubted whether this theory explains the sleep of hibernating animale or tLat caused by opium and an methetios. visapjsearud from Denver. Darevai, Nov. 80.-George H. lKohn, a prominent young attorney of this city, left last week to visit relatives in St. Louis. Since his departure many sensational ru mors have been ci culated to the effect that his estate ir heavily encumbered. some re orts plaing the amount in the neighbo - hood of $ 000. The only legal action taken thus far is a suit to recover $1,500 on promissory notes. The sheriff levied on Kohn's i rice effects and the safe will be opened to-morrow. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "la grippe" has left you weak anud weary. use Electric Bit. ters. This remedy acts directly on liver, stomr.ch and kidneys, gently aiding thooc organs to pe form their functions. If you are afflicted with sick headache, you will find speedy and permanent ielirf by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50 cents at H. M. Par ches & Co.'s drug store. Golng East-Save Time. Going to Chicago and east your short quick route is via St. Paul and "'he North western Line." Leave Butte 0:45 a. in.. Helena 10:15 a. in. to-day, reach St. Paul 6:55 a. m. second day, connecting with fast day train of " Ihbe Northwestern Line" leaving tt. Paul 8:00 a. m. daily and ar iv. Ing Chicago 9:85 p. m. acme day, making less than sixty-three hours from Butte and lea than sixty hours from Helenr, which is several hours less time than via any other line to Chicago. This 9:85 p. m. arrival in Chicago insures connection with all the principal lines from Chicago east, and "The Northwestrrn Line" is the only line fromt St. Paul that makes all of these connections in Chicago. 5doo Reward! We will pay the above reward for any csaioe ver Co plaint, lycopl ofa. Sick headache, Vn Ligo1tion, ot ipatlon cor tioetivoeoo we can Por cure with Weata Vegetable Live- l'ille, when the directions are strictly complied with. 'The ac ppurely vegetable, and never fail to give ftaction Sugar nat-cld. Large boxes, 25 cents Uaware of coentirfi-ite and imittations. T genuine sold by 11. M. Pacehen & Co.. relsent NOT0CR OfP STUE HOLJ Its' M;-TING - ro the rtockhotlde of the Bioulder Valley Dilieh Mining coil Millitng company: on ace heoreby ni tiled rhat a meeting of the stockhotdera of the oetubir Vttney o diet winc tog odi Ic hlng company wilt ha held at the erlwe of the company, rooms 2, iterr bliick. Hilena, Id iatna. onSatnt-day, the thdae of te coember. it, at twi octitk. t.. for the pitc pove- of submitting to -aid ctockhctldeie a priip l-etie authorizing the truoteco of calid coin tony to sell all ihe right, title and bit.-real of patid company in aund t'iio rs at estoto and muining property, trititated in lie county of tleffe-reon, c-tome of leot-tna, In chclt part-cleat andt lilnee, for eiicht prces. in acc!t matoncir. ite, inch F- Ima and to ouch p -r:n eno oiitmy hnaucthorined by the vote of an d Etc i,-ktltler1e., eidn A.I. litM. li A rHeoNla. STOCEHOLD)ERtS' MEEHTING-NOTICE 18 'herebaygim-en bhat put-onant to a re-elution of the hoard if t-esteec, a nicoting if Itie icu-te holdrres o the hun Rtiver - het, company wvii be held at room 21u Power to-tilitac, in the city of rlena. Mon tae, uint diot dasrity of thoniccy, lEsS, at ot 1lotackt in the for--ucen ot the nay. for the parei o of Santdmitting to ut th-c- abo voe tie ci calico of increasiug tie acyital etudk if t he aaicl ;on River:el-enp cocipa-it tu ne hunodrid awltet e tbiouoand l1Cti1it1 dilnate and tlo fir the purp-ce of oohmiiting to colad mao - iea der c the itn-ittn of rtganiczing a noew cot pany. sod c--i hog and iranle rring to said com pany. sit ergantoed, all prpiurtii-, real end icr royal, olwntd by the efad etun liver Sheap com pani-Dated at Ietna, Montana, tbib 12th dlay t ue it iNovember 2 II. l, hiAliJItEN. 11. W. lNIE tyHT. Trustees. Attest: flonrOT nttreosrmi hccr alauyi ALHIlI SUMMOLES- IN THE DISTRAICT court of the Furct Judicial district of the mutate of Montaona. in and for thu conty of L ewisand Clarke. orimc ,-,ttc .aotulago, plaintiff, va. Georgoe t dentotiec, dcu-ttda:tti 'the statet ocriitana ocude grieting to the abivoo s aiii-ionI ihf,,o ierit: roi artrenci hereby ri-ied t ippear in on action in the dictrict court of the Firal judicial diutriet of tihoietstie AMtiutana, in awl Inc riey of Holon gie-c ant tlarke, and in u anwer the complaint tited therein, waitin ten days to neiuste ef lt-e clay of service) after hi a-i-vice en yer of thia atimmouns. it se-rved wiihin tisl cuolty: or, if served out of ttei county, hot owitlon ,+dM ttarict, within twe-ocr date: otherwiee within forty dlaye, forioudg(mrntltydcftnltawill he taken a- cainctytum according to the prayer of oNiu cotplaint, I .e ttaut act-ton io gc'u:u-cuto tin c-t 't ilde crim dmusuolviug thie boitint of ui~tatiti-titty ix atint beitwen tte plainotil nii lert, ntaut cad awarding the cist-tudy fitt. i - ta, oi;c 'r ritailico., Mlarry tini rge nani Alrthur Williaic - iii- -ioii of raid marriage, to plalntiff. t tie grt-und upon which sod acion is hb a-d is tvce ie-cit on of caid plaintiff hy Itte deinditt cinc Maity 15, Isthp And yion are hratty nittifle~l that if yoen fail to aptetir and an-war the caiti comtplaintti, gehvec required, the Eaid plaittiff w-ill alit, t it t court for thi ri-lit-f i etteunauic in tlse cotoilaint. U i-ite onder my Itantd anti the teal it t iti- Io Irict toctit of the Fi-rot jcti-iatiotist;t of t-uo mutate of itontana. in o.il fir itt: i-tinilý rnny if i-wic coil ('tirkit. Foot St rut ituicZ-t fitem-f N cciii '-r, it let dodd Dislt. ti-osr itf cur titri minothm~ c. ourt. J eightt litittreid anti niei-t:-tito. Watch ,'c Nawitan. Attorneyc for p'laint It S Ii~ttlFF'S SAIE-ltY ViRTUE OP AN EX. cui-onhi in toy hectdc, itseodi out of ttte eliatrii-t court of the Sltic -t judicial dttstritct of the elate of Mhintana. in and fur thitoeutnty- at Lewie and c larke, in atoe ouit of A. Al. lt,,ttec and It. NI. Botter. col-tarinero e it A.i ltlHetir .i llrotltor, platintilte, agaittat Jtiecpih t'Neill, di fetintli itiuty atteuto~d the lIlth day of Nitveitit:cr. A. It. 1492, Lace levied uottui all tee right, title anti inicrirot itf then sahi 2-inept, Itcit~il itsit ttto t ttiefiut loiti"rt ecrib%, tmnutertf. aituatid in Lewis and Carke 'nuny', sal lo Monanr ia. i: Ptacer lot cornier dilt2 it cit Cl: earcey numbher eceu-n hititire i anti eighty-tight l't"e:, Ia towitchti teit 1101 tourtS iof rapt---for III wcai. T1hou htitnt linlens hide mitniog atit siii it lir claina, deietinstoil hy tie oreroti-i e:.-ct~e at cc titl oit. 5S A. soil lii It., soib~recinea pto-lion if arc tita thirty-- ia orl in ito-nhipt ten (<' itoithi oi ranga fitit () iveot. contulning al:i~t agree tutd fifty-fiorr-hendottrtmtte t an atcc,. tiore ori lces. I or a mitre tuaoticutar icacri-ltiunof sita-d pt u arty- reference in hemithy ntadt to I "U. S.i I ago tiltS Alao that certatn pilacec mininit clalic antI pcrstitiee, deetanalt-i: by the eitrrcyar-crni-ral a I tt nuemoter itttty-three (l5lt- etabtacitig at Itlictti oi sactione thirty floe (a,,) and thirty- c ix nat. in itnonobtia too (10ii no~rth of canoe four (41 west. Stir a ionur pareticolar dracrimtbion itt reid "ruscrty refmrooce to herehy made to book I "J And lbs weal. thr-tv Li01 fart of lot anthber ont iumtootli and tho-a (I-at In btltek nomiirtac eli10) ruog-char wilt, alt attd singular the teurtuents, hieremiiitamoittienat alputliiiitnaie ttoratunto Ito longing itc iii cite wiri aiie-rtatttiitu Nitler to hereby gioati thotre ittiatoriliy, thi littery of lace- for, A. 1 ). haltS, at the hourctI 12 tielrsk niooniof sacid day, at the frottflalo~r tl the ciute Itouse. In lther i3- t Ifhairita, Montana. I will veil all the right , title *qtl itterest uif the sail J totith 'Nel1iIn ant itI the eaid above doetirihed properly, to ilui hitilirt bidder fur ceolt in ha--t, fiit era under mut handi this ths I2tl1 day oh Naceitiliec, A. It. 111ttA. c'IiARLElI M. JEFlNRIhIII¶ Tutt's Pills Regulate The *oWels. Ciesttv.Ioe't derrtso'es tile whole eye° toni anti begetis dtsetascs, such tas Sick Readache, Dyspepasis, levers, Kidney Diseases, Bilious Colic, Malaria, eta. beidy~a stout go ia Silge s. i t nn. ir whicht, uo on10 cantenjoy woodt ath Sold Everywhere. STARTLING FACTS! The American peopleare rapidly becoming n rice of nervous wrecks, and the following suggests th1e best remedy: Alphonse Rempiling, of iutior, Pa., swors that when his son was Apnchtless from fit. Vitusi' Dance, Dr. Miles' Oreat Restorative Nervine cured him. Mrs. J. R. Miller, of Viaor also, oud., J. D. Taylor, of LAgansport,, dad., enrlb gained 20 pounds from tasking it. Mrs. IT. A. (lurd. nor, of Viotull, Ind., was cured of 40 to tO1 coinvul ein ii0 day, and thuch headache, dizziness, bark. ahoe. and nervous prostration, by oeo Kittle. laniel Myers, Jireoklyi:, Mich., snys itde daigiter was cured of Ineanity of too years' otailndin I have had a very tine travie upon 1r. Aiies' Restorative Norvine and Heart (ture, tdc tie moeiiicns have given unoiveral uatisfacutui. I have adl erip case in partocular, o lady 70 years of age, icon had been a victim of the morphine halud for many years; after using 12 bottles of your iRestoriliie 'servine she wis completely cured, no that fir to. poent year nshoe token eir rnomrpuhine wiiaicver, andl Is remarkabliy weil and active tor one or her age. W. J. ERVIN, Hamilton, Mo. Sold on a positive guarantee. 1ine book of marvelous rures FREE at druggist . This remedy cri ntioes no opiates. OR. MILES' MBDIO5M0 O0.. Eikhart. Ints. Eold by all itruo:gasto. JAPANESED CURE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of Satppeeltorie , U inturent nto i psulee. aleo in Rex and Pills; a Piositive Core for External, In ternal. Blind or Bleeding. Itching, Chronic, Re. ceot or Hereditary Pilies, anoi resnt othlsi din. eavao and fenirin weuaknesses; it is always a great boenesit In the general health. The first diesovery of a medical core rendering an operation with the knits inneeo. onry hereafter. I his Remedy has niver been known to fail. $t psr biox, i for II u; sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written goarcnlco in positively given with II bongo, to refund the money ii not oaerd. blend stamo for frtee sample. (inarantee iesardilbf Ii. M. lirrohen itt Co.. druggists, sole ign s, slna. Mont. QUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the First judicinl district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarkt. I . latiilnen1.uNannie dMagnuson. Mary FrechHatie11.hunerand Mdrs. i. (C. Stubbis. for themselves and twenty-one other ohmbers of branch No. F6il. Order of the Iron Hail. lv The Bunprme bitting of the Order of the Iron tall. F. o. ; oseortiy supreme juatice of the l rder of the Iron Hell: Janmey I. 1 alley, receiver: hire. harab A. Wheeler. cashier, Andrew F. Wade an i John Doe, hier enretine; M~rs. John W. Wdedo trustee, and I-f. V. thooter and liicbard 1i0e, hor asurtie; MIre Note (libhon trustee, and Johnt Doo and liichard Foe, her sureties. Mrs. AnnieT. c csoatd John locand IRichard joee, her onreties: and ill other members of the Oidtr .f the Iron Hall not hereto mentioned, de fendants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought, .gainot yno by the above named plain tilic in ttiadiotriot coertiof the fi rot jodicial din triot of the state of Montana in and for the county of Lewis and Clarse, and to answer the compnyint fled therein, within toe dlays (o~cunie ofthe day of service) after the Service on you of this summone, if served within this conit.' or. if sered ot of thin county, hot within this foitrict tlen within twenty damn;olehr wise within iortydaye,or judgment bydefaultwill be taken aiffanot y'ou, acoording to tne prayer of osid compaint. he raid acion i briot ght to obtain a decree of this court derpetnatty restrai tng the defen iendts from eolliecting or attemptiog to coillct ciy miney of tie rilaintiffs ir any of them; oti p11 hetually restrain tihe iefendants. the cntpreml Sitine, on i the dfifprn idit. F. ti. noomerhy tco supreme jfrtihe of the i order of the Ion tall, and Jamer F. ltailey recoiver, fromi oliectingtr attemptong iii elici t any mnineys or roseror fund fronm tie oefendant. tie ioashier hen trcntee. of Srsnih .'.o ifli+ of said order. an olii reotrain tie s o rand : o hil ofke ths 7 orde f om turnin over any money or otth-c irot oily in thiiir hinits or unter their cintrol. to any ,orion or plerent. enroet nder i tie order nf thir court, nd ino ob toit a doe rp' of thiii court d rienting the samn de fendants, tie cashijer and trustes of naid ranch B'o ilt of said oirier tir pay all monevs and othrb property ii their hands andl ondler their control to there iiieiutiifs riptin erich a hautei as thid srun nmay idieieiiittitob~e, aud for eonse iif oniti Anti yen are l~erebyq notified that if you foil tii sfifiaea aid emower the sail roseylniut. as above ci cii-iet.d tihi stoid 1'~oint ills will apptly tsr the court for the relief dcmaioded lIn ihtir cien given under my hand spit the seal of the die. itnit court of the birst judticial district itt the aisit, of Montana. in aod for the county of Lewis - ' and I larks. this 'iii day of ii i. I eal ) ilier, iniiati year of ouir Lord, Iliotciet hone thouiisand sight hnndred and JOHN BEAN. (Clock. By It. It. ¶Tnornitox l'eeny , 1 cc. htinslen &. tlackford. athiirneya for rulsint'fo. 1N THE DItSTllltC ('ii TI' tot TnH. I- lR. T j judicial district in and for the county of l wics anid ('larks., t" ide of It cutana In thi matter of the guardien'biip of the per Non and the estate of lasem I artlitt, an incane I a it remembered, that en reading the verified p-tittiun of 11-nry C. l aeger, lhe ilu' y ualitiud aidt acting guardian of tie perso and t: o tati't of I-aom r artltt, an ineane Aerson, it tippear to the ciourt froitrid petitiot thtat it nd tncessary sad will b~e buinifiril ir ti te ward that the reat estatte iteniroied in ailti etitien. to-wit; vaine the ree quarter ofb the ioticarter and lot No ti ol section N". It. toue nilotie o. Iio. tieth of ranuce 3 w-it, eintcir tte intht ares of laud eltuated in toe c kinty of tI wi anmt t arcks, tate oif en rone, I cl td ftr the rayicrot. of iridt ttedure , fce ani eaxisaes dIe by the estate ff the asid ine-nec prinw. learn Hart et', that li oif raid fsaei c a tear tet-in -cidsfartitn cf this coiret ty a v tirii e .ettiih riled herein, whicl i atii ion etc font, the truidtitiin ofi nid eiticnu tao-ioe i-tutse iio, fribeblet future exlueusec, its teliesati thelfacte atn circifumstencs pive whcikh i the t i fituen isefound , whith petitton chowi a nres eoty foit-sltig cailt real estate and wct pati tenu tcvenus-ihe' by Icure I'. Yarci'r, guardian ot the tuere'ont ti andfo ctate, ot Icciii I artleit. tie tieroe' tet tifdered by huoe cii rt that all parsini ttut"r petI in raid srttde to well sat te nett of kin of sail I a"nt I artletti, asit itnns Icretii, bct and appear hotheir,' this eitrt tn ht tirdtie. the flit day oi ticceiibbc, 11113. at Ili tsclertk a. n., ft alntw cause, if Eanei' is why one 1 it r tee81 iiitist. IeN ral td lie 'lie sate of tli''ahieisntiie'i c-cut isecti fur ithi' purl ous ahuttec etc-c.od tie cires ii too cia-ic at cii cii' cale, ir aftl rere-iic b Iterctor mtitaile cmni ordit-r of tlIc. cout,~ ii shallbt hae o tcit errsi i tiat cii itl tprice Itherefir shall tiiie h-unbl fbi-i e. the euardian hiieng ptiotioned lir an itierifi Iis, el itChi smmi at pric-at" scale, cite flict suts uriric furiN co ixt, a provisiont. liny r'i---eileeituiniustii after itie )iaymuat - r cc it stetic urint eutucilcus i cl1 li enitier of this c'urt lie iticrated 1y said giuaritiani fur the tent-lit oif raid itited. It i, heretby faetthrr direete, f that Ithis oirder tie tu1 hitlusidi at tact four ucraeeiic wa~ke ini tie ti'icnatia id uttituicut, a 5i5 iittclilir I' ibita c iii (Itie c-utiy ei Lewite ntit 5lark's. etata of Mon lae.s beling at iiswcctiiter pitlihelsi in, the counaty wSioe thi condrt i ttltlor n sui wH rc raid real rsate is Iccutitittil i'tinii" toptun couerl ithis 20tb (ay oi! Noemac tier. ti-t2 ltii HAl ii It. lit itt, Judge. S-i-c-t; ''a M111ev, te I hCONTY 'if Ito t i ANDti iLRK t1tt tIsrhlrteb etifi that tic" foegocin isoI a fcilt true, cortect t.eld-uituiparud cutty if tie suciginia icitdesdiruicti it ul~tiiatoti o e ot iiice iit huatries ()tiguititlhict e tiitiiii focr tisiur iio setlt sea pearsd ccireo rec-cit. in w tneass tuerri. t have~ hieretntit iset sat ticud :itiu attiait itic ottictat osea of thitt court tiuiii'tii itay it Novemuber. c1t.92. Iii ;Li. .t(t1t., Il-Eb, C'lurk. 61yte .U hlire y~, Dot t'lrk C. B. LERKICHER, Blank Books Alla Gellaral Baoo~ind1i.~ Massafactarar ot thn lt~slestrsaotlbls Flat-Openinfg Balsk Hask. No Eatra Coat. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building. 0 0 THIN " GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE, Uk... throughi Wipronsin, Minnesota, North Dr ieota, Malaritoba. Mourlaen, idrair, (ire. gun and Washington. THE DINING CAR LINE. Dining Ca's are rnn between t1iricaga, Bt. Paul. Mlnnopoli, 1V tn Heg ilena. hiatt. 'Xaeomra PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE, Pu.l'nirnr service daily between (Cliasge, St pprl. Montana, and thre Pacific Northwoet; anJ owseu ot. Paul Mtoinne and Minnesota tNorthr iJakola anti Manitoba proints. THE POPULAR LINE. Daily Express Train. carryf elegant Pnilimaj Sleeping C ars, l)ining Ciara t) ay Coaches, Poll. 5ran 'ouririrt tllreoirnr and Free Colonist 1310ew eg Cars. YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE. The Nor: horn Pacific railroad in the rail line to reolLweatne Park: the popular line to tallforeij and Aleka: tnd its trains pass through the grandest acenery of seven otataes TH7ROUGH-I TICKETS Are sold at all corpon offirec of the Northern Pacuii ttutrruadi tr rprtn to toorih, Ernst kheth anid Weat.. in the United ktptos and Caaati. TIME SCHEDULE. In effect on and after Sunday, Anguet 25. THAI$ AIRBtYV AT XBLENA. N~o. I.Pacifio Mail. vet, bound ..... IsHO p. en 04.4. Al lantlo mail. eaat bound.... 12:40 p. m I ho. 8. wu:r u'A en, ALanoula and l0::ttemlr oxpro...5 1:41 p. i0 No.8, Marysvilla iasonger.............11:20 a. in Ne. 10. tMaryvieille acconmodation.. 7:W p. in o:. 11, Wirkes. 10uu dar and Eflkhorn pocoenger .. ......... .... 1:10 p.'00 No. 12, timinl mixed, Monday. Wed 0 nesdare and Fridays................ 5:00 1 . in TRAINS, D1O'AUIT FROM REL~LIA. No.1, 1 mcilic: Mail. west bouni.... 1:45p. in No.4: Atilntic nao l . eat bound.... :t c p. in wih Mqutto, Min ut:aand to rd'Aiefoe .xr.....................2410 a. in No., Maryevilte pasongre . T . 7:4o a. en No. ,Marm vilo alco:tmodatiolo. 8:00 p. en Passengr, .,Buana Touer and Elkhorn l'apocn er ............ .. ..... 7:20a. in iNo. 1, ormn ie, odyWd nesdays en . Fridays .....8:1 a. m '(erains ot. 1, 4,5 and 0 connect at Hiarriaon with: hdtcnana Union trains to and from Butte, Deer Lodge Thd Anaconda. Trains Nl.. and 0 will run between Helena and 'Wallace. Idaho, without change of care. or ERtee. Maps. Tius Tablen or Speelal Information apply to Chas. S. Feei General passenger and Ticket Agent. o . Paul, Mi0n., or General Agent of the Norothern acific Ci. ., at HLN.INFORMATION. Remember thin: The greatest line of railway operating between St. Paul or Minneapolis and Milwau. kee and Chicago in the Chicago, Mitwaukee & St. Paul. It owns and operates, under one management, 6,100 mione of track. Every day thin road starts FOUi handsome, elegantly equipped pan. nengor traina from thu Twin Cities that run through to Milwaukee and Chicago without change on cars of any clans. TWO trains daily to St. Louis and Kansas City. The train service and general equip. ment of "THE MILWAUKEE" ic 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 Offical Government Fast Mail line. If you are going to Chi. cago, Milwaukee, or any point east or south, or to St. Louis o0 Leave St. Paul B 0:85 a. m., arrive at Chicago 10.00 eame evening. Leave St Paul A 2:5 p. m., arrive at Chicago 0:45 next morning. Leave ht Peul A 6:51 p. m., arrive at Chicago 7:00 next morning. Leave Ft Ccii A 0:1 p. m., arrive at Chicago 04:30 next morn iog. Leave altacl A1:15 a. m., arrive at St. Louie 7:110 next morning. Leave vt. PaulnC 7:1 p. m., arrive at St. Loies 0:15 next evunninc. Leave SI. Paul :A 0:15 a. m., arrive at Kansas city 7:1,0 next mon::~ing. Leave .it, 0ail 1 7:15 p. m., arrive at Kansas City 0:00 nix: evening. A Daily. B Exept Sunday. C Except Saturday. Palace sleepers on night trains. Parlor chair cars on day trains. Dining car service superb. Trains leave from St. Paul Union, Depot. No trains. For lowest rates' to all points in United States and Canada apply to any ticket agent or address J. T. CONLEY, Assistant Gaen. I-ass. Aqt., At. Psaul Minin. EW SIOUX N CITY ROUTE 0 " EST. t 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; Dubuquq 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. cogo, r nd with a close connection with thi Union Pacific trains al Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R ren.pectfully presents its claims top the new and every way desirabig SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particu tars call upon local ticket agent, 44 address the undersigned at MaU ohester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Asst. General Passenger AgenL. VOTIClR( OF APPLIC ATION TO CUT M'.li I or.- In nccoiilance with the provbioiu of section F, rulic r nd reonlatione of the hunore hiiiai'iritwry of thea miuen,,. teal 5, 1001, the uneirrulgaed Iwiehy give uotie, that at thue x' Ventice if o twouty-sue cayo !rim the tirnt tib 1:0 ,eti~r of tiles nelieo flher will. apply to the hinorailx a cretary of the interior. ly their written appliettion. for j:er.oieeiofn t cut aetl naiove the ntro,.eautahli cawletia. cotcaietii0 art pini' ael tit, timbler, and aboutc 21h,1 enrd. o ,lea I iito ling 10 no the following dfecrlheil pulie laiids. to wit: Lexcnini at a point imarked by punt E. I.. this pcit fifint about one ci le eouth of fit lional , toll hate. and on tif right hand side of the crack calii Wilieor roek; tliecie roung iii a Ceuci rely dif ieiioiv ice tulla t a poet macrail S. I thenre running in a wetlerly direotin our mile to a tl.e, usel a crner post and markel W. 11.; thene running in a sortlerly dlreetiin one cile to fe ivt marked N. 1V.: treeno run. Ding in an untolly direction one, mile to a poet turede 1 P. l, ite point of a Ierting. All of ca~id iend. eiiifraviiee one etirean mile, lioe iii I. "wit aod t larko ti iiity. I. rog,iigu ctoky mtiialu~ciuau aid tuneeciryed, anil about fouxc1 tee tell'. telvoe f to cify if ileieea and aboal seaile, east of the town tif Miheton 1h4e b,:i ndarv ltina letweeic I ewim and Ulanke and feect lodge eonuuile is aloct awo alas diataci. 'II,,' htimber ret oc calif tatd in to b't taaoofaa turevl into icmiere. lath acd cerdlwood. 4I t~l it 11t~h I'. titll.LNICK. IIENIIY t'ixAUSlSliN.A A plicanla. C. W. Aleleohar. P haoney for Aippleauia. iolcen, Moout. Ncv. 10. 1102. Tint )ELENA 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 Swend Carlson.................1t2 South Main St Fred Baam......................135 North Main fit T. II. Clewell....... ...........Gold Block Woodman & Banders..................C lar Store Samuel lerr..........Motor Offire. Power Block O. W. Carpenter. ....Broadway, near Merchants Goodman d Co.....Corner Broadway and Main J. Wendell..........................101 Blridge Mt J. McCormick..............206 North Itodney St L'roadway lish Market.... Near Merchants Hotel M. lIaardan....................225 North Main St A. Ferusont...................122 North Main St J. Iohbhangh.....................irandon Hotel H. Warmker......Corner Broadway and Jackson M re. GIoecke ..............Eighth Arenuoe liroadway Grocery Co............115 Broadway J. A. Allen..................Grand Central Hotel Edmund Byer........Corner Bixth Av. and Park A. Austin.. lroadway, next to Independent office C. O. 1coyoe..............Brown Block, Warren St Daniol Morgan..............207 North Rodney St Wot. Weinstein......Corner Main and Sixth A, Hlotel Helena............................Grand St Big. Manhitnm...............eoemotolitan Hotel C. C, Stubbs.....Triangle Drug Store, N. P. Dopot MONTANA. J. W. Lister ............................Missoula Gilderlelve & Charest ....................Granite F. A. rchenber........................Philipsnbrg Chas. Williams............................Granite P. H. Paradise......................Philipsburg King &Kennedy........................Anaconda W. B. Enrkett........................Deer Lodge C. D. Kenyon........................Deer Lodge John Andrew............................Elkhorn J. E. Walter............................Townsend Taylor & Bay............................Bozeman H. Arment..............................Bozeman Baziski Bros...........................lBozeman Geo. Pfaff................................Boulder Hotel May..................Boulder Hot Springs C. A. Matthews........................Marysville W. M. Kendrick......................Marysville T. W. Warren..........................Marysville J. D. Hayes..........................East Helena W. B. George............................Billings Thos. Person & Co....................Bed Lodge Bazinski Bros..........................Miles City Mrs. Barnes .............................. Castle Francis Irvine........................Big Timber A. Croonquist..........................Livingston J. 0. Sax & Co........................Livingston W. B. Anni & Co.....................Livingston J. II. Dean..............................Cinnabar I. A. Marsh..............................Kaliepel W. B. 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Hld ens.1lu NI thlena i sam blon Lyin tn'iac;~ for I;' Te od ofJh Mchelr traimaelio io tif the I ;h;lixi..i ,.f raid ,eltalte in the Louulyt of Lewi. and I lar' ThVh Mct IVheell)i Adminllstrator of thes eatate tof J. A. t l oo, Ale lateil llrlena. ?lot.,l~ No;v. II), 818l --- - -'- - Who wens lost Sept. 30, 1891, is N OTiclE TO t'llbllnll'~tlS - lbl'ATE OF' Door I~odtle counlty, west of Rimini L'Ilalk NearnlocB;Ietas'.1. INotice is, herelby giari;b the II;;orinvgni'd. &A- IlInd south o1 Elliltorl. WVas last .onlnietatorg td lhe ei-Isle of Clcrk hna. tug. .e- seen about three mNiles ceant of th. ceansed. 10 lýme edthes of, andI all lermon, liar- nai 1io.H oeadr tog claims agalnstls the soot daccaneol. 10 eahpitmtOtiolifl.b woea ar them willh the ueeousaary voneliusr, within foar suit. 01 clotheso lfand halt, also a 00on1h1 after the first publication tif til;I notice. to; the 021ll Pr,d I rlbnuau, at his store or; Main watch With hise name engraved Itol tflna th aeLigth lt u h on in:3ido1vae NearIng, doetseald, lo taw teonnl of leowis an~d Address hinxiyati'ttofl to C larks. blIt.ý ttL'lMAmN IAdministrator estate of ( lack 1 esrisig, deesd AGNES MoPHEE, Dated hlelens. Moat., l Nov. 14. lerJ. 15 South Raleigh St.. Melena. ma"