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Ar amt t at , or hse bbso, on
.r ldel veier a ti,7 1 -m-r.
teraldeas were Uhiegat- met uboresse tban
yI hu e.o ia Conejeutheles te
hsap on tai en mn o f: ins people~ ie
asda.m samed b, %wi at thatriy
p st pai rnksble t t formn ,
wbl the takur t *eahe shi d oultivaesd
+a care. In the mPvae lli ved an a*ti
. maiden ay, w no of
ois an to eo Ipe hd ane d attention,
n'i.ay itherdl .bto those of
"'er eth ,boDrt. .e. moring h calted at.
thi dotor's and reqaested tu saeeyB. When
hn enaered ie troom wher he wui seted, e_
perceived at i ,t-c that sobetEing was
adles, and tb h ad tpe e to l atend the
umilnlwe s 'h e do yhe a lldad: ,
"I think, r.Poad, that that a t hnmual
sour age and. proestion' might have soapn
thing better to do, when you were la
"New London last week, than to buyEnoeh
a iddle; all the people are ediamed that our
minlstr should buy his son a tiddle Oh,
dear,'what is the world comintg to, what"
mnlaisters will do such things !
"'Who told you I had a fiadle," lanquired a
" Who told me? *iy, everybody says so,
and some people have heard him play as
they passed the door. But ain't It true, Doe
"I bought Enoch a violin when I went to
h'A violla ? what's that?
1"Did you sever see one Y?"
"Enoch," said the doctor, stepping to the
door, "bring your violin here,"
Enoch obeyed the coum and, but no sooner
had he entered with ble Instrument than the
old lady exclaimed :
,.."'j .how; tlere, It Is i fddlel"
- ')o not Judgerashly," said the doetor,
giving his son a wink; "wait till you hear
Taking the hint Enoch played Old Hun
dred. The lady was completely mystified;
it looked hlike a fiddle, but who had ever
heard Old hundred played on a fiddleP' It
could not be. So, rising to depart, she said:
"I am glad I came in to satisfy myself. La
me ! Just think how people will He !"
ODDS A DE X S
Delphi, out in Indiana, has thliolloWing
dog ordinance :
"Dogs that are not collared and iabeled,
ao matter how r estably connec will
iMe their narratives amputated one Inch
souLth io thel ears I"
A Sallbury (Conn.) man reclttiy hitched
a yoke of oxen to a horse that '~Jaid t.ck
in the breeching." The horse's head was
hot puton firmly enqugh to test the question
whether e or the oxen were the strongost.
,t is sid women would walk much better
if they would pace up- and down their room
bor an hour every day with a heavy book
poisedon their head, which it would seem
ges the most crooked person an erect and
The Scrsamento Bee says i. ~fiunetal aoo
ditionoft Califorala was never better, and Its
health excellent. Good crops and plenty of
employment for all willing hands, are the
basis of real prosperity, and these Californaa
irs .w blessed with, .
At a marriage lately In Maine the bride's
yoae faltered, and she paused In 4 middle
of the .rsIye erem6ny. Her little niece,
)bright littl ree year-yld, thinking the
the naughty minister was compelligg oo
aunty to say something disagreeable, stamped
litlte foot and exclaimed in a tone oT
dtioity~ '"Aunty, don't oo say |tr"
Smith thought it morally wrong to
take animals for fo .]Tand he resolved to
quit It and live on. vegetables. One .morn
ing he gave way to temptation and walked
ftq a eefateak.
"I don't know," said be, "that its any
liarsm to eat a piece of cow, it's dead and the
a mtter can'tbe elped, but I'll be hanged if
I ever kill one "
I asked a little boy last evening
'Have you ca'led grandma to tea '
"Yes, When I went to call her she was
asleep, and I didn't know how to wake her.
I didn't wish to, hallo at prvndma, nor shake
tm; so l kissed her cheek, and woke her
Me7 ioAly. The.n I. san into the ball, and
said, pretty lond, Grandma tea Is ready, and
she never knew what woke her."
The night is nwtker of the day,
The winter of thespring,
An I everupon the old decay,
The greenest m.saes ellag.
I adi the clodes the starlight larks,
T~iugh showers the sanbeanasfall;
qc God, who loveth all his works,
as left Has hope with all
A, man was urged to take, out a policy for
the benefit of his wife to the amount of live
thousand dolams.' re asked his wife's opin
[ott, awen be repei *ftb charming ftrank.
"Why my dear, you will. of obdr e, iaE
cording to your own judgmeant ; but, nt ease
of your deceape, it would make me a most deo
If A lIttle girl came Into my house one day
and asme apple paruigs lay on a pfip.e 6~
table. After sittlr awhile she said: "
"I smell apples!"
"Yes," I replied, "I .guess you aSmei those
apple parings on the plate."
"No, no I" she said, "'Taint them Ismell ;
I smell whole apples !t
TM Sra.y lt.w,--At a ameeting la a
frontier Weirtern aememw sevr.era:r se.
were steutly oppeos so' the organison of
amuudayn l.. :Not bemg abis.*w
t ieeting was braingup, w.ent
man said he hadf.: y lppostent notd e to
s. ,d A it-.' p to
-on * audis .nse n
TbI Suuday .iwas 1asd.pyt
8S* ý ý 4' _e )swamrok!
t ii.3* f' Hi: k tilrub
ire 1, 9 :e +1
B. W. LAVGRORN~ i .
Wall and see for yoreaelVee, a few doors east of
.Lam e A Co.'s, elt . ,an.
P~alate, OU* Dy Siwr:i~rtufth
F.o doorm below a co..0' stor,
Ford dr Patterson,
Save "Your; 1oney
BY BUYING YOUR MEAT
AT THE CIr MA RKET.
KT"ON flAX; AT AMLL W=ES, THE
Ba.st Meats i the Market,
SELL MEAT CEAPER I
Than Any Other Market in the
Than asv·4 r
iettimti. s miubm.. &whe Mr.
+e . v*it t« thousand .,e dt~gi~I a
asa tiete irnel
w~albout ep.6 atbtB.
tie *ec*. 4b *u1. iº
£3f FM =M-W#~11
-T Pfpitou4 i
"L - m4I
uar` brad of "Ora' alwray. spms
At tme sad of th.MarlkM. -
We hara boa *3
For askrfi~an~ljrd '15w e sI aIi
A.n EzCxperli flo [ill.
Webev. as~a in opvration twos slendid
The bt Ein tb roley, which hays
,nriced HIghly Satisfactory
To lbsee em$.losga an.
I-1 P. W. McADOW & BRO.
Oýwqewi3(mn u snd Doueim n Stu.,
ROZRMAN, MON !XT
3.u u En CE8#ER, P'ropzru.
Now Brick Hft61
ofersnrpaatpsssed eeeodabr the tr1ý av r -
erg. It Is out*ttsd Ina t le sot uaeqlied, ahict
it e e
Best Hotel in the Country.
It. tal a zes atre Led, In the greatest abundance,
with all the
xidLduwi e of thl.e !.aeon,
Whia are aeprd under thseMhanedlatce epertia
Ion of the
sue`t i I " hE TE&IThRY.
l o esathelr auptos es inhfit, net
emly duty, but ~ther pleaaftu, to have their
gute mn whhilst Iu teir hase. - 1-1
PosaeR a DANIELS,
ý ý t d'i*5-i I
Rss f.nu. - e. H. ri D uxs.
p... lra a wasd -
ail t$` i ,: at jº
ký - M4ýy .
r :AM 'ý ,:- : ný. .ý, : r . ...
noZMAN, k T;
fre Oered in this Market
DRY U OODS,
QUEENWARDED I A
SAt £ .wer PIaos than Ever Se
four Ofh ing Gthiood Mret
ot fitting Goods
oF' tiRilt DE8CRHIP'tbY,
WIm salways nad a .. ly of
Will at all times Jnd every description of
Arat-orald to call agexahi. osrfall lin" of
GOODS. lye.. lEy
ý1X ý yrs ý. a ý4 nti. ^A
ýR' x A~~'_::J
T ou aj g34fretm . w~i haa e 1,eIjt
. the ta Fbat- : (i
`fit tIP- rz irre& tri · : · Ir
Wver brough t tow fth@fr g
ens CO b b t t eiSsust. me
TE~~it I) WA1 IP~E], -
BOOtsf aild k hns ,
ht'in Tuning bob,
HATS & CAPS,
1I.Uiinsr, Jfarueur aud Sadiletyr
STATIONERY, Eltc., Etto.
Come and examine ourne.4s and prices. We
Yre also andtBn for the jaeernk sain Woodr.
etc. AsMo e ents for 4oan e Droek's CanrLages.
sta~ ~ W1TSt &fr IUec·~d Bn~r (~y~
A. D. HAWKS, Prop'r,
CVrner of Main A*d ai.k Su .,
JAVING taken charte ot this Popular hotel
and retted, refurahed anndlthoroughly over
hed the same, I am Preed to offer speri
*r aoromnno 'tttas to the u.b i
-AM now preparedto, carry IN.VALIDS an4
SPLEASURr PARTIaS frama foeman to theoel
ehrated Bot Springs of Herr £ McCartney.
For teams, apply. to Gov. Williaam, BosemMan
City, M. T. JOHN WElKS.
JAMES B. FINCH,
ti AO S MIT H,
At-b old stand; aei-doeor to Ward's Batchr Shop
Mar $ma,,, BO EMAN, M. T.
TAS every acilsty for doin .ll kinds of *ork
ln, a superior manner. - for a liberal
orn the pat oa charge of is
old stand, ,be would lj arenewal of
te usame, and garm tutte aatnlSatioa,.
HS. R. ANNIS,
At the uppe oe4 to 4i St eet,
BOBENAN, .M T.,
Ia fully prepala tR do aU kln. tof
WAO O~ w onGc.
ne aa : s tory ma nears
.and' Sow' : - - . - ,a~saap
AVR IUVW~# taptms
i At i:1
She At tn waFre,
Mpatly. on~a'bd a igio am .
COOK d HEATIT1G BTOV
*?i A*remat it*&
.L oatnJ~er, the MImer, and the Camper.
habaoi publicpatronage aolict
ed, and aaaanl guaranteed.
.k: .+ . ;hI· ' ·- ·
o etne' '0". with neatness aim A.i~
patch. and at La'wtej. r .
m ! S t r eet , .poite X11iI, L ' t i s # yei In
StOZ3MA1I. MO1NTANA TRt.,
A. PIERSTORF, Proprietor,
,ii1tn County, aMoann..
The Brands of Union Mill Con
trol the Territorial
The Best M.re . mpldired
cood Roads Lead to the unll.
lour Ready when
My Mill Is al.s in operation, and Flo~u
in any quantki can at all tmes be
ad. 1-11 ly I
SUCCOR OW. LETSON,
P. Schuttler's Chicago Wagons,
Coan &I Ten Brooke
Buckeye Reaper & Mower,
FURsT I& BRADLYk PLOWS,
RUNK'S GANG PLOWS,
Skinner's ;Gang Plows,
WILSON SIN ` atinvs,
BtcgtE~z 0*41 *G DRILL,
T ASoHINR wG MACHINES,
8rstrar V Er I &o.r a
Roi pz .ow exas, .q
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f*ýýiouo 4!¶t OF VIE
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ot .I 1 t tnO d!` (iR#4 n the pmte
rt* when+ tau v 4.J :a as )*7t7ilSt .i..: LoL 0 end
t - 't .) ii - f le t +r ilt a 04,,
or eI.'e*nth*nfwathr~. ~Ltbq'tee
,3l ll bvab S ACH
enra tejw ' , t t:AE, DIA# Rm..*
ai nrrl that wlil te u
4 ,a>t a offln~raj
oraf o hWf ata . I t re
s raem: n C r4 I that will evil eF~s: 6
ZYAR R ~U
areal Weight and qFad ol .
-THE CREAT RidOQ PURIFiER.
~Ze7frop of the SARSAPAUUUANI RESOLVENT
*1=711 hrongh the Jribd, SanUrine, ad tlher
aatdkuws f Uks hattaa.C 211. fce repir
of the bodti * newr end aouan¢ materel.
tccro~ah UyphIitm, Cae e ,tm, Gbtndealat droe.., Uluers
in tm. t1 outh. 11041.0 In the Olmada end
other fot tee pt*e my teaw Sq.ya, sot bnmkaari e. Shhrga
end4keworse fiumriof S~a 4leeqEra.
t Paler BmWIMM Use, Wora ýýýeua,
Ub Se. bem~
life crjet s trdiasted range, i f eWs
r VAX* eithaei t yi irtolir iii
p s omiAdto rrb the. ra tv.. : el
Ccomic qt educed, A'mSWewibu Near
1tomade froan )bby ludd t·ie S R.aA L
LIA ait ufd sen..
Joedetw BeISut uP.UwrJIIWLvWY axales all.
for att 8 ttot l h th
laM Ira" aof7meaasbea
teagIthm tick, 150tL. With.
X#4trp~ c &U adder touapt~cmIbu,~~c~s
tehed w~hit o~f sit ppa~r, e tit wte
4 ad w en therea aIe pric, `buta I ed
h e of seek end
oaioty kasa and taro Ntealy ror
Tumor ut of, 1ear' Truwth
ewed by 366miradwa7 O l
304 £aWAV?-1 have IhIIie.ll·~qbimT4Y~,b temc n e ame
bwelm. AUl The Detrs amid Nsamaeen .b e I hid
Oeve 1y17 than wmvre.sn,.ead tbei eebo a tem e. I
Im m.r 3I eat ,a dgi tiee im I wa ie y13 1t: ur t a s se l lt req
aeI nld . te~e f n4 hepder Shea. I- too de ý»ltly aa
th wLoetets tummybo w a~ thmwyy f tsite . d S he . rehrlnMw bpal
sadI sia Shim y casya e amd ta h I . I. t-oo taste. yes.
The worst wa th kitc . dma - raygt W a
ý I. --l.
ea n ý eY. of tun . Lt~tr Bowels.
' ..gpetm Jodi - 'th ac~.. G ie he, EmA
.aAya ihe ofmmth Vismera sat hd.I
at Jaoprhoai , 1ilie Pa'he ather Dun and lea the Iliad
it ., Jo. lMLdensIaae..mur p after
A P>' v deans of IIADWAT'$lr r ter. .q
rrus dLD us S IM d":' " I,-pa L3
I'bs~~ iYIR~tTo, gQ; g I a per i..":.I~·kF l~~ i
! qa ycis a`it~~r
A TEf THE FIREfe1
,1 ali. Bauer coal
1&'Ul~EL PIAJ ,
A1@G3lE RAL AGENTS fo
VVL e0" Mt6' ICAL 3W J
AnD OTHER FIr$gTii O
7 7iano lortes4
A~~~~~o aoaikbefnan~a· improvod
huuuamduw tbea Silvr Tongue
w-c'. aunt P·E taait~k ~y