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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 16,188a
AnApproaching Marriage of Mem^^bers of the Orleans Fam^^ily of France.
SarahBernhardt's Cruelty^Women'*^Aversion to Exercise ^ Source^Of Ml to Them.
lagLave to a Typewriter^A Famous^Singer's Cordiality Seen al^Loog tiranrh.
Atlast, after much talk and postpone^^ments and many broken engagements,^writes a Paris correspondent in the St.^Louis Dispatch, we have a definite pros^^pect of a genuine royal marriage, for the^betrothal is announced of the young Duke^Of Orleans, the eld-sl son of the Count de^Paris, to his cousin, the Princess Mar^^guerite, the youngest and only unmarried^daughter of the Duke de Chartres, and^^ister to the Princess Waldemar, of Den^^mark, lie is a fortunate youth, the bride^^groom elect, for his fair young cousin is^one of the pr. ttiest unmarried royal girls^of Europe. .She is a graceful blonde with^^ well-shaped, oval countenance and large^blue eyes, a.,.i an expression of singular^aweetneas. She is, like her sister, a most^accomplished young lady, but while the^Princess VYa l mar takes to painting (her^water colar drawings were really cele^^brated i. that ot the Princess Marguerite is^for music. She is a briliant pianist, and^spends from three to four hours daily in^practicing. The ^iueen of Portugal tried to^win hei as a bride for her second son, but^the marriage of the duke of Aosta, Qjeen^Pia's brother, to the Princess Letitia Uona-^par:. . caused a rupture of all the negotia^^tions for any alliance between the reign^^ing families or Italy and Portugal^and the house of Olieans. The present^match is immensely popular among^the legitimists of France as it gives a^French prince to the heir to the Count^de Paris' cairns on the throne of France,^and they are delighted to bail as their^possible future queen a young lady whose^birth and parentage is wholly French.^But the marriage is one to be regretted from^a common sense point of view. It will^unite two first cousins, each horn of the^marriage of first cousins, .inu with idiocy^and scrofula as the baneful inheritance of^both sides of 'he house. The oldest brother^of the Princess Marguerite lived and died a^drivelling idiot, and the first cousin of both^the prince and princess, and Prince Antoine^de Montpensier, is half-witted. The young^couple are each a few months over 20 years^of age. The marriage will be celebrated^next February, when the Duke d'OrW-ans^Shall have attained his majority. He is a^fat, round faced youth, reproducing very^closely in feature and physique the type of^his unfortunate kinsman, Louis \ VI.
Sarahlie rrili anil's Savagery.
AWashington society lady who has Just^returned from Europe tells a new story on^Saras Bernhardt. The Washington lady^was agr^ at admirer of the actress and^while in Paris last spring took occasion to^call on her. The Bernhardt sometims^amuses herself painting and modelling.^She received the Washington lady very^kindly and invited her earnestly to call^again. After a lapse of a few weeks an^^other visit w.-.s made to the actress. She^was found very much absorbed in the half-^flnished figure ot her little model which^^he had been working at. At the request^of the Washinxtiin lady who was anxious^to see her at work, she continued working.^After awhile a fnsky little spaniel, the pet^of Sarah, rushed into the room, wagging^bis tail and panting with delight. The lit^^tle dog sprang upon the lap of the actress,^but she was so much interested in her^work that the spaniel did not receive^the expected caressing. After the^dog had interrupted her work by repeating^this evidence of affection s veral times she^became very much Irritated and expressed^aersvlf with energy in highly seasoned lan^^guage. But the little spaniel not under^^standing kept on his gambols until Bern^^hardt, evidently exasperated, arose with a^shriek and with a demoniacal expression^on her face, lifted the poor little animal^by the loose skin at the back of the neck^and raising the top from a Chonbeschi^stove which stood in the room thrust the^yelping little animal in on the hot coals;^then shutting the cover down she calmly^resumed her work as if utterly unconscious^of the heart rending cries of her pet, which^grew fainter and fainter as he slowly roast^^ed to death. The Washington lady who^witnessed this says:
Youcan imagine my position. The ex^pression on Sarah's face was that of a wild^beast hungry for blood. 1 have never seen^anything like it- But 1 did not dare to re^^monstrate or go to the little dog's rescue^for fear that I might share a like fate. But^I left Sarah's presence as rapidly as 1 could,^and you may be sure that I did not return.
WomenWho Can't Eaerrlse.^No matter how fine a woman's costume^may be. she must have physical health if^she wishes to be attractive, and for this^purpose exercise is necessery. Many^women are unable to take exercise, how^^ever. ^One of the greatest obstacles in the^way of prescribing exercise for the ail^^ments of women,^ said a physician the^other day to a New York Tribune reporter,^^is the fart that the constitutions of many^women are so weak that an ordinary^amount of muscular exercise tires them^out and really doe* them harm: and if 1^limit them to a simple exercise like walk^ing. my treatment Inspires no confidence^Most peopie think no good can be derived^from a muscular ex-rcise that does not con^^sist in revolving around a horizontal bar.^^winging clubs about the head,^bounding over a tennis lawn or pro^pelting a bicycle or tricycle, and^many women who try this kind of^thing and find it does them harm, give up^exercise in despair and take to medicine^tor relief. Toe fact is that a generation or^two of idleness or lack of proper physical^culture on the part of their female ances^^tors has caused the condition of a large^proportion of the women of this generation^to be unfit for physical exertion of any sort^but the most m derate kind. The present^rage for outdoor sports on Pi- part of^young girls is a welcome assurance that^before long the phytique of the average^woman will attain something like its^proper standard. It seems almost impos^^sible, however, to persuade a constitution^^ally weak woman to take regularly that^^ light amount of exercise which she can^stand without doing her harm. It seems^so trifling that she has no faith in it
MakingLore to a Type-Writer
Thereis in Washington a young type^^writer whose good looks and charming^manner justify the sentiments which her^employer feels towards her. He is in the^habit of dictating his correspondence^while her expert : n .^^ H transfix the words^as he utters them. The other moraine,^says the Capital, he concluded to end the^uncertainty which had come into existence^by asking her to marry him. She was en^^gaged on some copying when he approached^her and poured out his senlimenta, and^notwithstanding the warmth of his plead^^ings kept right ahead with the clickety.^click. cl:ck of the instrument In fact, she^paid so little attention to him that be be^^came discouraged and left the room, intend^ing to speak to her when her mind was free^from her duties. He went to his lunch,^and on his return sat down to sign a lot of^letters that lay on his desk. There was a^:arge pile, and he went through it me
chanically.until he struch a sheet near the
bottom.Jumping to his feet, he simply^exclaimed: Well, I'll be blowed^ The^cold, glaring typewritten letter read:
Misssusie: Maybe you'll think I'm an^old jackass, but I aint 1 mean business.^1 know I don't happen to be very pretty,^but I'd be good to a family. 1 was think^^ing that maybe you'd learn to like me if^you'd go to church with m-^and give the^minister a few minutes' employment. And^this ain't to save any salary either. It's
because1 want you for your Say,
youain't listening, are you ^ Well, I'll^come in later when you aiu't so busy.
AdEmbarrsMisf Cordiality.^An American favorite is thus pleasantly-^brought from her dramatic seclusion by the^Boston Advertiser: A young gentleman^friend who hails from Maine^a very mod^^est and shv youth he is^has been very^much embarrassed recently by the kind at^^tention of Mrs. Annie Louise Cary-Kay-^mond It was at the reception which fol^^lowed t!.e corj -ert given by Mrs. Raymond^a week or two ago in Portland Our young^man, when a little shaver, had been a^neighbor and favorite of the great singer.^For seven or e:ght years they had not met,^and now the one- infant in knee^trousers had become a tine-looking^young man of twenty-four. ^Good^evening, Annie,^ said the modest young^man quietly, as, watching his opportunity,^ha approached the prima donna. Mr*.^Bag mor.d's bright lace glowed with pleas^^ure as she caught sight of her old friend.^^^Why, hullo, steve^' exclaimed she, clasp^^ing an arm about fiis neck and kissing him^l.eartily. And tint was not all. She did^not remove here arm from where it had^fallen in her inii-tuous embrace, but stood^chatting with '.Steve' thus for some mo^ments, greatly to the astonishment of the^assembly and the chagrin of the modest^youth. But when Mrs. Kay inond's admir^^ers hear this storv they will love her all^the more.
Al.oag Branch Revelation.
1^ reign of slimpsy skirts acd no bus^^tle in the feminine world is upon us, and 1^must say, quoth the New York 'Graphic^man, there are signs that it will be rather^trying for some of us, those in whom mod^^esty is unluly developed. At a Long^Branch hotel the other day 1 saw a young^woman, properly chaperoned by her mam^ma, float into Ibe dining room in an ex-^qu:sit Empire gown of some thin white^stuff. She was pleasant to look at and 1^kept my eyes that way a good deal per^^haps, so 1 saw ber when she started out; I^did, indeed. She happened to get between^me and the light, and it was made clear^that she^well, that she was a biped. 1^had not doubled it, so perhaps 1 was un^^reasonably startled but the demonstration,^but I had not had such a done of anatomi^^cal information since Mrs. Potter opened^in ^Cleopatra.'' 1 suppose the first wear-^-rs of First Empire gowns went in for that^kind of thing, but with this young lady I'm^sure it was an oversight, and I tell this^tale as a warning to other young ladies.^Unless you are doing that kind of thing on^purpose, it isn't the sort of thing you want^to do at all.
AShower of Pearls.
Itis cot often society finds itself m a^shower of pearls, but it happened last week^at a very small ball in London says a cor^^respondent of the Boston Herald. The^Countess of Dudley broke a string of her^famous necklace, causing for a moment a^profound s-nsation in the crowded room:^^8 the pearls flew in every direction and^wete in Imminent langt r of being smashe l^or torever lost Evidently Lady Dudley,^beautiful as she is, antagonizes the family^jewels. Not so many years ago the whole^world was in arms because a casket filled^with the almost priceless Dudley diamonds^had been stolen in transit from London to^the earl's country seat Nothing has ever^been heard trotu the gems. Where tbey^went to or who were benefitted by their^possession remains a secret to this day,^although an enormous reward was offered^at the time for their recovery. The sense^of this loss must have been kept in the^minds of the titled company when it went^down on all fours to search for the^countess' fleeing pearls^pearls said to be^second in size and color to no others in^Europe.
TheI'nof Wales Growing Old.
1noticed for the first time these many^years, says a London letter to the Phila^^delphia Bulletin, a change in the looks of^the Princess of Wales. It is sad to have to^say say so, but the ^sea king's daughter^from over the sea, Alexandra,^ is getting^old. She has for several years looked like^the sister of her daughters, only fairer than^they. But, now ^ Well, now, she is be^^ginning^at last^to look like their mother.^1 do not go so far as to say that the foot of^the crow has marked the eye-corners, bnt^she is thinner and more worn in appear^^ance and older-looking than she was last.^Ascot It may be that the cares of the sea^^son are telling upon her. The prince is as^jolly as ever. Nothing seems to affect him.
An Excavation in Nebraska That Has^Aroused Much Curiosity.
StJames, Neb., special: Yesterday^while D. I. Brewer was making an excava^tion for the purpose of repairing the dam^of the St James mills, he found a huge^pile of bones, and on continuing bis work^discovered that the bones belonged to some^mammoth animal long since extinct, and^that the skeleton lay in almost perfect^order. He at once got help and^is carefully unearthing the find in^order to get the exact measure^^ments and ascertain its true proportions.^I'p to this time he has dug out thirty-six^feet of backbone with the ribs, one mam^^moth shoulder blade and the fore egs, but^lias not yet reached the hind legs or the^feet Sections of the vertebra- or back^^bone are six Inches across, and while some^are in a fair state of preservation, others^crumble when exposed to the air. From^the portions of the fore legs exhumed it is^calculated that the monster must have^stood at least fifteen feet high.
Ayer'sHair Vigor restores color and^vitality to weak and gray hair. Through^Its healing and cleansing properties, it^prevents the accumulation of dandruff and^cures all scalp diseases. The best hair-^dressing ever made, and by far the most^economical.
TheManitoba and Montana Central rail^^way s will sell excursion tickets from St^I'aui acd Minneapolis to Helena at $4* S^^.^on fare, for the round trip, on the follow^^ing dates: Aug. otn and ^0th. Sept 10th^and 24th, Oct Sin. Good thirty days,^stopover privilege* will be allowed within^limit of ticket.
Thebeet salve in the world for cuts,^orulsee, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.^^orns, and all skin eruptions, and poaittve-^y cures pile*, or no pay required. It la^iuaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^xoney refunded. Price 25 cents per box^^^T sale by R s H^'e a rv
The^w Discovery.^You have heard your friends and neigh^^bors talking about it You may yourself^be one of the many who know from per^^sonal experience just how good a thing it^is. If you have ever tiled it, you are one^of iu staunch friends, because the wonder^^ful thing about it is, that when once given^a trial Dr. King's New Discovery ever af^^ter holds a place in the boose. If you have^- -Had it and should be sffl cted with a^cold or any throat, lung or chest
trouble,secure a bottle at once and give it^a fair trial, it is guaranteed every time or^money refunded. Trial bottles free at K^s. Hale A Co.'s.
TheUnion Pacific Railway company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Milwaukee on August 21 and 23 at rate of^one fare ^%6H 801 for the round trip, limited^to sixty days returning; continuous passage^going, but stop overs allowed at any point^within the final limit returning.
Theabove tickets are good going or re^^turning via Chicago.
TheUnion Pacific will also sell these^tickets good to return via Northern Pacific^or Manitoba and Montana Central Rys , or^via their own line, to suit the purchaser.^A. K Veazie Passenger Agent
TheMontana Central railway will sell^excursion tickets for the above occasion at^one and one-fifth fare for the round trip,^Helena to Butte and return. Tickets will^be sold August ik to 24, inclusive, good to^return up to August 25.
Theimmediate symptoms of Dyspepsia,^or Indigestion, are a distressing sense of^weight, oppression and fullness in the^stomach, heartburn, loss of appetite, foul^breath, belching, flatulency, nausea, pains^in the shoulders and breast Dr. Henley'P^Dandelion Tonic promotes healthy diges^tion and removes all unhealthy symptoms.^^olii by R. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and^retail agents, Helena.
Hklkxa,Oct 7, 1H87.^I was suffering from an unusually bad^cough, my lungs were sore and congested,^and I consulted one of the best physicians^in Helena, whose prescriptions failed to^relieve me. 1 became alarmed, and at the^suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of^Ack-r's English Remedy for coughs, and^after taking it according to directions was^completely cured. I therefore cheerfully^recommend it.Jacob Switzbb.
1had a racking cough and inflamed^throat and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng^^lish Remedy upon the recommendation of a^friend, and was entirely cured by it I^consider it a never failing remedy for a
Acker's*.nglish preparations are for sale^In Helena only by R. S. Hale A Co.
Readthe following: Mr. C. H. Morris,^Newark, Ark., says, ^Was down with Ab^^scess of Lungs, and friends and physicians^pronounced me an incurable consumptive^Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery^for Consumption, am now on my third bot^^tle, and able to oversee the work on my^farm. It is the finest medicine ever made.
.lesseMiddlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says:^Had it not been for Dr. King's New Dis^^covery for Consumption I would have died^of lung troubles. Was given up by doc^^tors. Am now In best of health.'' Try it^Sample bottles free at R. S. Hale A Co.'s^drugstore.
TriennialConclave Knights Templar,^Washington, D. C.^The Union Pacific Railway company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Washington, D. C, and return, for the^above meeting, at the rate of S74.A5 for the^round trip Tickets will be on sale from^October 1 to 4, inclusive, good going until^October 8; good returning in trunk line^territory until October 18; final limit Octo^^ber 21.
A.E. Yi a/ik. Passenger Agent
SodaSprings, Idaho.^The splendid, new Idanha hotel erected^last year at Soda Springs, Idaho, is now^open for the season under the direct man^^agement of the Union Pacific railway1.^This hotel is first-class in every respect,^with all the modern conveniences, and will
accommodatecomfortably several hundred^guests.
Themedical springs which abound about^Soda Springs are noted for their curative^properties and many remarkable cures^have been recorded. Splendid hunting and^excellent fishing is to be found a few miles^from Soda Springs. Good livery and guide*^always to be had.^For further information address,
E.L. Lomav,^lien'I. Pass. Agt.^Omaha, Neb.
Don'tbe a Clam.^This expression has perhaps a chestcutty^flavor, and yet it gives such a pungent sug^^gestion in the way of good advice that we^venture to use it as a text A clam is slug^^gish, keeps himself sent up to all impres^^sions from the world around, buries him^^self most of the time in mud or sand, and^in general is a stay-at-home from away^back. If you want to get some good out of^life, don't act like a clam, but venture^away once in while from the place where^you were born, and see the world. Don't^be a clam by being indifferent what line of^railroad you travel on, but select the one^that is best in accommodations, fastest in^time, surest in connections^^The Burling^^ton.^ It goes everywhere^reaches by its^own line all important western cities, and^has excellent connections for all points.^For tickets, rates, or any information, call^on your local ticket agent or address \V. J.^C. Kenyon, general passenger agent C. B^A N. R. R., St Paul, Minn.
Congh! and Cough 11 and Cough 111^What in the world is the reason you will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trying Inferior medicines when Beggs'^Cherry Cough Syrup will positively relieve^your cough at once ^ This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^guarantee it For sale by all druggists.^R. ^. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^stfenta.
Inthe district c-mrt of lbs Srst Jadlrie' district^of tfae territory of Montana. In and for the county^of Lewis and Clarke.
MrliMleJ. rulford. plaintiff, is. F. K Pulford,^defendant.
Thepeople of the Territory of Montana senc^greeting to the above named defendant:
Tonare hereby required to appear In as actios^bronsrbt aealnet you hv the above named plaintiff.^In the district court of 'the FlrM Judicial District^of the Territory of Montana, In and for the county^of Lewis and I larke, and to answer the comt^lalnt^Bled therein, within ten daya texciuelve of the da;^of service ^ after the service on you of this sum^^mons. If served within this county: or. If per -^out of this county, but In this district, within^twenty days; otherwise within forty daye, or^Judirment by default will be taken aealnet y^^ i,^according to the prayer of said complaint Tte^^aid action la brought to recover d rree an^!^judgment for a divorce, dissolving the marriage^c mtract heretofore entered Into and now existing^between the plaintiff and defendsn *, upon^grounds set up and charred in the compUInt, to^wit: Aba-dor.meet, wilfully sad continued ah^sence for m re then one year: secondly. W ilful^desertion and absence from the territory without^any Intention to ret ~.rn for over one year, and^third, cruelty, the particulars of all which as to^each t ne of the grounds are set out In d-tail In^the complaint.
Andyuu are berebv notified, that if you tall tc^appear'and answer the said complaint, as above^required, the said plaintiff will take judgment^by default, and apply to the court tor the relief^demanded la the con-plaint
litresunder my hand and the seal of the die^trict court of the Pint Judicial District of the^Territory of Montana. In and for the county ot
Lewi*and Clarke, this tin day of A turn* t. In the^year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred anc^etch tv-nine.
[^aar.] W. F. PARKfR, Clerk,
ByJ. A CAKTER. Deputv Clerk.^Leslie A Craven. Attorneys for Plaintiff
Thearm of Serlach a Gsbtach has been dis^^solved. Mr. Gerlach will continue the bt.stne*e,^collect all account* due the late arm aad pay i be^d- - te of the late arm.
CHARLE*i..lBi^ U^PHILIP g.rlach.^Helens Moat, Aug 7, 189*
WM.MUTH,^W.B.HXINDLEY.^FRANCIS POPE.^A.J.DAVIDSON,^B. H. TATEM,^W.A.CHESSMAN,^C. D. HARD.
Opensat Helena Aug.^26, aad continues^six days.
Thedirectors solicit exhibits of^all kinds, and from all parts of^the Territory.
Noentry fee charged on ar^^ticles or animals exhibited.
Entrieswill be received at the^office of the secretary in Helena^during the week previous to the^fair, and at his office at the fair^grounds, and during Monday of^the fair week, but no entries^can be made after Monday,^Aug. 26.
FloralHall will be open on^Saturday, Aug. 24, for the re^^ception of articles for exhibition.^Space should be secured pre^vious to this date from the su^^per .ntendent.
The1st Bench Show
everheld in the Territory will be^held on the grounds of the as^sociation Aug. 28, 29, 30, and^promises to be a very attractive^feature of the fair.
Theassociation have set aside^$5O0, which will be awarded in^premiums under the auspices of^the Helena Kennel Club. Send^to E F. Crosby for premium^list.
4Races Each Day
Theraces promise to be un^^usually attractive, tliere being^a much arger number of first^class horses engaged than at^any previous meeting. Califor^nia, I'1 ah, Colorado, Wyoming,^and Oregon have sent their^swiftest runners and best trot^^ters who compete for the large^purees offered.
Musicby the Helena Cornet^Band each day of the fair.
Thegrounds can now be^reached comfortably via the^Monta Central Railway. Round^trip tickets, obtainable only at^the offices of the company, in^^cluding admission to the^grounds, $1.9:5; Ladies and^children 7.5 cents.
Forfurther Information or^Premium List address the sec^^retary.
A.J. Davidson,^President.^Francis Pope.
8.K. Cor. Broadway and Pine,
Boom4, over Fred Gamer's^MKLBNA, MONTANA.
Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
'^'.'*^n d%y ^^d nleht. Fla^flt stock of goods Ld^Montux BiXilee preserved sot lenirth 01 time.
J.B hSNNBTT Msatfer.
CornerBroadway and Warren Street,^Opposite U. 8. Assay office,
THOS.O'BRIEN * SON, Props.
.NewlyFitted and Newly f ^ralebeO tiros .-loni
Ladiesaad Gens* Batta, Barter Shcp, Bar and^UUiarC Hall, wit* all Modern mpruvementa.
With^ pedal ecmmodetlnna for Commercial^Traralere.
BCHruns to and from all thau's
PaulS. A. Bickel
119 N. Main St.
AWoman'sFace Is Her Frtut
Aft*r s few dftTS' nee will Psmnanently Remove^sll Blotches, Moths, Pimples and Freckles, pro^^ducing an Entrancingly Bssuttfut Complsxion^that shames the use of powders and rrt*ame^Warranted perfectly harmless. r*old by all lesrt-^Ine druggists at $1.00 per box of ino wafers.
DR.SIMMS' SAFE PERIODICAL WAFERS^are srjae and reliable for all female lnv. nlailtl^s^Price $2.00 rer box. Sent by mall (secure) on^rerelpt of price. Warranted to contain no^'*Tansy^' or ^Pennyrowal.*
THUM'lER^ CO , 83 Chambers 8t., New York^h. m Par hen A Co., Hole Agents, Helena.
Ahlcb grade echo. 1, prepaMng ho ye for college,^ecleatlflc echoole and for baelaeee. Flret claee^edacacloa: thornneh conree of etadv. Ad^reee^C. L. HuWA to, Sup't, Ogden City. Utah.
PhyaiciaaSurgeon. Accoucher. Oculian
rtemfterof Baa Frandaco Medical Society, alar^Nevada 8late Medical Society.
OSaafarchen'a drngitore. corner above Mala^^nd Broadway. Bntraa.ce on Broadway and Jack-^^ ^n. Helena, Montana. OoBanltattone In (German^%nd Enelleh.
Theesnael meeting of the stockholder* of the^Major Bndd Gold and silver Mining company, for^the elerdnn of ofBcere for th* eneulng yar, will^be held at t e Cosmopolitan Hotel, Helena, Mon^^tana, on Aagnet 27. ^ o'clock p. m
i.'.oK'.B . WHITBLKT. Secretary.
BOOKSTO KEEP !
Pertjoianot wishing to employ a^bookkeeper permanently can have their^books promptly attended to by an expe^^rienced accountant by learing word at^the Montana Employment Office, room %^Birkenfeld block, font of Broadway.
ATTORHIY-AT-LAW.HOOM t, and 4 A8HBY BLOCK. HILINA, ATT.
C.B. MILLER, M D,
(FormerlyAse't. Surg. C. 8. A.)^SURGERY A SPECIALTY^Residence, 418 Eleventh Ave.^Telephone No. SM.
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Iprescribe and rally eav^doree Big U u the oarf^^nflc for the certain emit^tbia Ateeaee.
O.H~ ^^'* ^ KA RAM. M :^.,^A met*rear..
Wehave sold M| 6 for^many years, aad It aae^r'.vee tb* best ef sat e^faction.
D.B. DTCMK A CO .
Chicago.Ill^gl.ww. aolA by Dragglats
B.a Hale a Oo.. B. M. Fareaes a Oc^^as
OFHELENA.^Pioneer National^OF MON TANA.
i)^slgnated Depository of tb^^United Statr^a.
Paid-TJpCapital^Surplna and Profit*
T.H. Klki.nSchmidtAset Cashier
Sao.H. HillSecond Ase't Cash)*'
8.T. Haoser,John C. Cnrtln,
A.M. Holler,B. 8. Hamilton,
trranvllleStuart, C. P. Higglns.^K. W. Knight, A. .J. Davfc,^T. H. Kleinschmldt, Henry Si. Parchen,
T.C. Power.^General BANKING Business
transacted.HT*Interest n^|d on time deposits
Paidin Capital - - $150,000
Surplusand Profit* - 140,000
LH. HERSHRELD, Pres't^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't.^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r.
THOMASCKUSB, U. SANDS,^8. B. HUDTLaT,w. d. aiCHOLAB,
A.J. DAVIDeOR.HO6S8 aOBBIS,
L.H. HBBSH71BLD. a. Himmfiii.n^W. a HUDKALU
Collections Receive Prompt
PurchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposits^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Business^Transacted.
ExchangeSold or. the Prind^pal Cities of Europe.
CAPITAL(PAID IN)^6CO,Of 0
L.8. Phklps, Vlee-Pres. and Act. Cash'r
S.K. AtkinsonAssistant Cashiei
A.6. Clabkx, Hibman Sans,^H. F. Salsn, Fktkk Larson,^C. W. Cannon, R. C. Wallace.^8. C. Ashbv D. A. Coby.
PaidUp Capital, -^Surplus and Profits
InternetAllowed ^^n Time Depoalta.
K.D. EDGERT0.\\ 7 Pbesident^C. K.COLK, Vici-Pbksidknt^GKOKtiK B. CHILD, : Cashikb^JOB N. KKXCK. : Assistant Cashikb
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OFHKLKNA^incorporated Under the Lawe ot Montana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
THOS.CRUSE ..^T. U. CARTEK.,^WM. J. CRUSE.,^a L. DAHXEK-.
Allows6 per cent. Interest on Saving*^Deposits, compounded January and July.
tsthe Fast-Hall Short Line from Si^I'aui and Minneapolis ria La Crosse and^Milwaukee to Chicago and all points in^tbe Eastern States and Canada. It la the^only Una under one management be^^tween St. Paul and Chicago, and is the^Finest Equipped Railway in the North^^west. It is the only line running Pull^^man Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars with^Luxurious. Smoking Room*, and the^Finest IHning Car* In the World, via the^famous ^River Bank Route,^ along the^shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful^Mississippi River to Milwaukee and^Chicago. Its trains eonnect with those^of the Northern lines in the Orand Union^Depot at St. Paul. No change of ears of^any class between St. Paul and Chicago.^For through tickets, time-tables, and fall^Information, apply to any coupon ticket^agent In the Northwest. R. Miller,^Sen'l Manager; J. F. Tucker, Aaet Oenl^Manager; A. V. H. Carpenter, 6en'l Pass,^and Tkt. Agt; Sew. H. H^^afford. Asat^ftenl Pass, and Tkt. Agt, Milwaukee^Wis. W. H. Dixon, Asst 6en'l Pass.^Agent. St. Paul Minn.
WEAKMfice Free I En total
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Ineuimn^r Car Route
250MUee^^Chicago^AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Through Car Line
LowRates, Quick Time,
MOIMTAN^ A^CENTRAL f\
POPULAR SHORT LINE
Haiana.wickea. Bouidar. Butte MaryavfMa, at.^Paul, Minneapolis. Chicago and^All Point* Cast
NewOpen for Passeneer Traffic
Butte,Helena and St. Paul
PalaceSleeping: Cars,^Luxurious Dining Cars,^Magnificent Day Coaches,^And Free Sleeping: Can^For Second-Class Passengers.
9mftf,Cowfott aird Courtesy far^Our Patrona.
ItwllJ he the greatest endeavor of the aaanagw-^mwnl to run train* thrnagh On Tiaa
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
28North Main St
A.E. VEAZIE, Pass. Agt.
A.LEWIS. 6. A. Rntt*. Mont.
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
KAILW A Y
TWOTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY
FROMALL Aim MINNEAPOLIS
WrTBOCTCat A hob, ('hNS^.TINH with TBI PAST
THAIN'Sor all laom pok the
The;I)IKK^T :aad ONLY LINK rnnnlag^THROUGH CAHS between MINNEAPOLIS aad
DES MOINES, IOWA
ViaALBERT LEA ahd PORT DO DOE.
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
andthe Principal Ctttea of the MlMlMlppI Vailev,^^rtlr,.' In I r.l-^SOUTH an:
connctlni; In U.l^^ Depot tor all polnta^^ tiD SOUTHWESTI
TWOTRAINS DAILY to If A MCA Q PITY^^LEAVENWORTH ,nd rtn.iJrtJLII I,^ATCH1S' N, making connecUone with the Unloa^Pacific aad hxrhleon, Top^ki A Santa Fe Rallwava
fW'loae connections made In Unloa Depot wltfc^ai^ trains of the Kt Pa:;l, Minneapolis A Manitoba;^Norther* Pacific; SI Paul A DoJTjth Raliwava.^from and to all points NORTH and NORTHWEST
Pl'IlMKU'I The Trains ot the MINNEAPOLIS^. ^ st LOUIs RAILWAV cota-^roaed of COMFORT AP.LE DAY ^ A' HE8,
ANHLKEPINO I AR^i^CHAIR CABS, and on
PALACEDIN ING CARSI
EV160LBS. OF B * GO A OE CHECKED FREE.^Fare always as low as ti e lowest! For TTsaa^Table*. Tbroczh Tickets, sac.. caU npoa Uta^nearest Ticket Agent or write to
PerI Tat, a Peas A art M lanaapolla Mima
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
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