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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1889.
REALMOF FAIR WOMEN.
PresentsOut of the Usual Line Which^You May Gite to Those^About to Wed.
Ten-MIHion-DollarHeiresses Who^Never Attend Late Parties,^But Play Tennis
ThelUrllu the l atent Popular Ilanre -Cor^^real t'aabiona A Hath of Milk Wtleu^Tliey ProniLr.
brasknState Journal, none has struck the^popular fancy M the ^berlin.^ It is Hriidit^and vivacious, easy in^ tempo imd move-^ni' M. and simple in execution. It i% unique^in character, huvinj; more varied forms or^changes in itspromemtde, reverse and waltz^than an; of its rivals for pnblic favor. It^was approved lust winter by the oldsr, and^is now the special favorite of the MM^dancers in the ballroom, while during the^summer season just closed it was the pride^of Um lawn party. The ^berlin^ is, strictly^speaking, a polka step, displaying an easy^t'h- movement. The dancers start side by^side, the gentleman holding the lad^'s li ft^hand in his right, polka forward and t lien^reversing position*, polka back and turn.^Then, while in a waltz position the^ompls execute two glides, Bota* and^rvpe.it. It is a very graceful dance among^society people, but when copied l^v m :tny^young persons who are prone to flounder^through everything in the dance order, it^bee' niies ii sort of impromptu ballet lot the^onlooker. At nrnst of the summer nsirts^the berlm was the choice of dances during^the pas season, while at Iaiiij Itranch, Sar^^atoga, Lake Mahop ic and other consorting^ph.ces for the rich in the east, it In came as^much of i craze H the society wnltr. did a^few year* ago. At the garden parties at the^en t Tnioii hotel at Saratoga the berlin^took the place of the gcriuan. Hut tin*
Thenumber of weddings has already^^Mil unusually lar^e for ho early in the sea-^eon, and as a great un.iiy more are to take^plsoa during the neit few weeks ths femi-^nius imnd is much puzzled over the subject^of presents. Of course the usual bowls and
pitchers,forks and spoons may Irdered w.,s I..c;,uhc the berlin was mote adapted
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troublein the choice. Hut when you know^the bride will receive much silver, and you^wish your present to be something out of^the common it becomes quite a ditl.i.iit^affair, and all your taste and ingenuity ii^taxed to tin' extreme, s iys a New York li t^^ter. A very handsome present that iBalso^exceedingly rare, is bric-a-brao of latMaflH^ware. A pitcher of the material that is ex^^hibited is of a slender, graceful sha|ie. ami^about ten inches In height, finely enameled,^with four Historical scenes on the bowl; and^though the figures are very minute, each^oun be artistically analyzed, and yet not a^^ingle flaw is to be discovered. This was^^jxtv d^llars, but larger OBM 0 m be ordered^uosting several hundred, depending entirely^on the amount of work reuuircd. A^boutonniere of this ware is sold for forty^dollars, while tiny chairs and sofas of the^Louis QuilWM htyle. which are^able as ornaments
nofashion-^seen as low as Mt
thecoining winti r. MN has been lor sev^^eral unisons past, the leading dance, be^^cause ti e American s.ioiety professors of^dancing claim it is more adapted to society.
Thenovelty in the fashion of dress skirts^this season 18 the absence of the steel and^tournure. I'tiderskirts lire narrow; they^urc finished at the foot by a band of the^material of the dress about six inches deep,^with a fluting or kilting one and a half im-li^deep. If the foundation skirt is of the^same color as the dress tfce band may lie^omitted, and the fluting ben*adeof the ma^^terial of the undersk'tt. Thus, for instance,^if the foundation skirt is wade of brown^silk, and the upper skirt of brown woolen^material to match, it will suffice to edge the^f inner with a fluting of the brown silk.
tyor thirtv. Ordinary iuaohine-nmJ% cf^p- ! Hut if you make a dress of gray VOteM ina-^per enamel or Limogc* ware, thou.L ^*^ ] ^-riill o-W a foundation akjrt of l.Javk silk,^pensive, is not nt all Uncommon, but this is
iB.te different from the art objects that^nave just been described. These are exe^cuted by hand and form quite a study. The^art of enameling porcelain on emptier is ex^^tremely old, and was nupisised to nave be 11^lost, when a collector of antique varieties^happened to see one of these vases exposed^for sale at the window of a Vienna nor^chant. Its price convinced him that it^^ould not have been one of the original^vaeea, of which only a few are now in exis^^tence, and yet oil careful examination he^found the article to be uo imitation, but a^genuine piece of su|h'rb workmanship, He^immediately purchased the vase, but the^wily merchant would not tell how or where^be became possessed of the treasure, though^he offend to take orders for such article!^^^ the antiquary might wieh, but this^did not satisfy hie spirit of invest^igation, and he resolved that he^would himself search out the^artiat. At last his jsrscverance was re^^warded, and be discovered an old man lit^iug at LiniogeH who ia the sole master of^this ancient ait. Day ufter day. year in^and yesr out, he toils to win his daily^bread, and increase the bric-a brae collec^^tion* that adorn tUe Louse yf some wealthy^child of fashion. There lie Works on, foll-^oealing his secret with jealous care, so that^wheti he dies, unless lie chooses to bequeath^it as a valuable legacy, his funeral dirge^will be the last requiem of this then truly^lost art. Hussian ware is also quite m a in^this country, none of it having been offered^for sale before this autumn, but though^nearly as expensive as the Limoges, betna^enameled on silver instead of copper, it will^never become as rare, fir the work is to a^considerable extent done by machine,^and a great deal of it is ni.inuf u'tiin d^yeurly in Russia. At almost every wedding^^re seen clocks and ornaments of ftouchet^end I)n adcii ware, but of course they are^atwByl olrj, hav n,' been used for at h ist^half a century. Odd pieces of furniture^will be even more given this year than 1 i-t,^and setH of books bound in white velvet,^trimmed with gold or silver make a very^prettv present. Mi^8 Dn xel. the Philadel^^phia heiress, who wits married at the cathe^^dral in New York. Im-M slimmer, carried in^^toad of flowers a white velvet prayer-book,^the gift of the groom-H mother. It hail^^lusps and settings of silver, and on the^cent.^! of t he cover w ere the initials of the^bride wrought in diamonds.
Forthose who prefer jewelry, the newest^designs in bracelets, pins, etc., are pea^blossoms. A spray of four or five of these,^with the stems clustered together and a^brilliant diamond or pearl in the center of^each, forms an exceedingly handsome lace^pin. These pea blossoms will be much^used, hot only in jewelry, but also in fancy^Work. A dainty boiiboiiuiere men ut a^fashionable New Cork BOBfeotiotter'a was a^little square basket with a bunch of velvet^pea leaves and blossoms, having the tint^and perfume of the natural flower and^faitened on the cover by a pale green bow^falling in graceful folds around the leaves.
Therewere two little girls at Newport last^^nmiiier who attracted more than theordi-^^ry interest attached to children of wealthy^eople. These two maidens were Gertrude^nd Oonaaeio Vanderbilt. and in a few y. ais^they will be the richest heiresses in society.^They are not sisters, but cousins, and as en^^tirely dissimilar in apis-arance and charac^^ter us though no drop of the same blood^flowed m their veins. Hut they are close^companions, and apparently fond of one^another, and when one drives out in her^dog-cart Um other is sure to spi*^ar also.^Gertrude is the oldest daughter of Cornelius^Vanderbilt. she m about 111 years old. and^the fairies have given her the fair beauty of^the ^Snowy Princess^ as well as hei pot nf^gold. Her resemblance to little Klsie Is'S-^lie, of ^Kauntleroy^ fame is often com^^mented uisin. She has the same long
ii Is. deep blue eyes and oval face and^pearly complexion. She is tall for her age,^and has such a pretty, willowy. little figure,^dainty hands and slender, arched feet. Her^uature is sweet and sunn.. Naturally shy^with strangers, she is full of merriment^with those she knows. Little f'onsuelo is^^bout the same age and is the oldest of VY.^K. Vandeibllt ^ children. She is named for^Lady Mandeville and is an odd little treut-^ure, with u thin, graceful little figure and a^dark Mignon face, lit by two serious gray^eyes an deep as wells and as bright as stars.^Her hair is like a tangle of dark shadows^^bout her bead, and her little mouth, which^^fI. ii has such mutinous curvts. is us scar-
itwill lie In ( ' Hiarv lo put a bonier ami flut^^ing of the gray material around the loot of^the foundation skirt. I his done, the over-^skut. or in fact the plain upis r skirt, which^should reach down to the lowi r ed e of the^Hut ill;-, is put on With two rows of gathers^around the top of the foundation skirt.^Sometimes a flounce about six inohM deef^is put on under the upper skirt in ord. r to^allow of the latter being sllgnt'.y draped.
Apretty reception dress made in this^stvle is of soft wisileu uiuterial of a light^brown shade, the front id' which is via^broidered in wool, with a pattern of rushes^and f liage in various shades of brown mid^green. A spray of the same comes up over^the middle of thel.od.ee, which is a plain^uirass, buttoned under the b it arm and^ov. r the left Hhoulder. Tight sleeves, with^B tfmgs over the shoulders. The. skirt^forms two long, round plaits at the back.
Hlaekappears in combination with all^colors, and the black trimminga of this year^are of gn at beauty. This was especially^evidenced in the magnificent guipure^pointed galou intrisluc don to the ski it and^bodice of a gray Amazon cloth, made up^with a gray and black stri|s-d silk, which^formed the 1^^UU coat, 1 Ins opened down^the back find front to display the cloth,^which in front was exquisitely concealed by^the black galoli. The limine liAd a band of^this carried straight across the back, form^^ing a yoke, from which fell a fringe of^drois^. The sleeves were half cloth and^half silk, the union concealed with Mat ga-^Ion, and throughout allowed the same grace^^ful trimming.
Longgowns would seeru to be coming in^again, and one admirable model was a rich^getauium brocade on black. Hie buck had^a is-rfectly new arrangement; u broad strip^of black velvet, pip' .1 and lined with satin,^the lower potMoai folded under, forming a^loop of the material, if it may Is'thus de^^scribed. The magnificent brocade bordered^each aide and opened over a front covered^with embroidery. The bodice displayed a^Sort of a Zouave of black lace, met l^y n vel^^vet-pointed piece on one side only.
Awalking costume, made tailor fashion,^was very simple. A foundation skirt of^black ailk, trimm-d with a border and^fluting of slate-gray boars'huir round the^foot. The skirt of the same put ou with^two row* of gathers. This had a hem^twelve inches deep, lined with stiff muslin.^This hem is ornamented with seventeen^rows of ailk stitching. Tight fitting bodice,^with a plain plastron fastened on the Ian^side, and trimmed on each side with a row^of large buttons. It is slightly pointed m^front, and forms a small Artilleur basque at^the back. Tight sleeves, puffed high on the^shouhh'- 'This costume whs worn with a^gray felt hat trimmed with ribbons.
l'laid,by the way, is in great vogue this^winter, but more especially for the acces^^sories of the toilet. Costumes of dark blue^or brown woohh material are often trimmed^wMh a plastron of plaid silk, which forms^all the front part of the bodice as far as the^seams under the anus. It ^^ very unique^ttnd very pretty.
Ituihlng n Milk.
Theauthor ut ^Kitrcnnos a la Mode^^gives a pleusino description of the personal^appearance of Ninon (^Enclose, who ^wa*^celebrated for the love she inspired at an^age when others retain scarcely a recollec^^tion of their former conquests. She studi^^ously avoided paints and other compositions^with which the ladies of the day mtntrfl^fully bedaubed their faces.^ Next to water^pure milk is recommended, Hatliing in^pure milk before it had lost its annual heat^was looked upon by the ancients as an in^^fallible remedy tor, or preventative of,^freckles, blotches or roughness. Asses'^milk was preferred for this pur)s^se, and it^is said that I'oiipea kept Ann asses for the^sole putisisc of supplying hat hath. When^she oe.is.cd to be a leading matron at^Home she reduced her remarkable dairy^somewhat, but even in her exile anil^Comparative |^^vertv she retained Ufty milk^producers and considered herself |*^orly^supplied. She invented a Cosmetic consist-^lug of w heat flour, honey and asses' milk^I. .... d together, and called it I'opjs'uhum.
Thereare times when too much water. ^^p. dally of a soapy nature, is to be avoided.^1 he most notable of these is when there is^a dry, hot and tender feeling, with too^much redness. Ting condition is often the^result of exposure to the heat or cold or of^iiHtigestiou. A suitable unctuous applica^^tion protects and sooths the tender surface^and restores the skill to a healthy condition.^Cold cream is the best, and that sca nted
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letaiapomegranate She has been twice j with rose water is decidedly preferable to^^^U.!'d.ti1.e.*^.:'d. ^_K..~I!Lff* m many ^,^ Klyeerine dilution. The latter is handy
foruse on a long journey, as it
trangecountries, and the little sprite can^talk in Japanese and Italian as well as in^German and French. In fact, she is as highly^educated as though she was a princess^royal, plays classical music, and^sketches, rides and drives, and knows^more about the stars and the waves than^muny a college graduate. Some day each of^these children will probably have a fortune^of at least |Iu.ihi.iu). and when they make^their debut into society they will eclipse^^II other heiresses of the time. Hoth girls^are always simply dressed, pretty ginghams^trimmed with white embroidery, russet^shoes and big flower-trimmed hats fur the^morning, and soft white mulls and muslins^with broad snshew, white h its and flue^black stockings and patent leather ties for^the sfternoon. They are never seeu at^night, but tucked away in their little beds,^sleeping the Isautv sleep that will grow^them into beautiful young women. 1 In i^spend their days playing tennis, horseback^riding, driving their ponies to little light,^wood dogcarts, and go to dancing and 1^swimming school. Euch girl has a govern-^ML who devotes her entire time to her pupil,^and if they do not grow into lieautifal, cul- 1^livated women, it will not be from lack of^attention.
TheLatest Topolavr Hurt.^Among the newer dances. ^uyi the V '
undis not much affected by heat. Owing,^however, to the glycerine it contains it is^apt to irritate, and its persist! at use is apt^to draw out too much mo.siurc ai d leave^the skm ungleasantly dry. Ou no account^should undiluted give, tine be applied to the^face; vaseline when well prepared ia noieh^better, but the cheaper forms of it have few^virtues, and often causes considerable pun.^1'ure olive or almond oil is decidedly pref
erablein every way.
Wh.u The) I'romlse.^To most men, ^ Woman engaged with a^needle has a domestic, home-like sir that is^aliie.-t irresistible. How can a man propose^to u ^irl who sits straight up in her chair^staring hard at him with a pair of bright^eyes^ Hut when she is bending gracefully^over ^ bit of plain or fancv sewing, appar^^ently absorbed in counting the stitches, and^the arrows of her eyes are sheathed for a^few minutes, h^ plucks up courage enough 1^to offer her his he irt and hand. The aver j^age young man is bashful in such affairs, |^though bold enough at other times, and^needs ciioourgerneut and opportunities. I^What sort of encouragement is a pair of^bright eyes staring into his, watching his .^embarrassment f
SPECIALSALE OF FINE PANTALOONS.
Wehave now in stock a Complete Line ot Pantaloons^from the Finest Manufacturers in the United States.
Tothose who use High Grade work, we would ask a^Critical Examination, and feel assured that purchases^will follow.
SPECIALSALE OF UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS!
Wehave concluded to give up our line of Fifty Cent.^Shirts. In order to Expedite the Sale we will, during^Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, reduce the price of^this Line 20 Per Cent, making the Net Cost of these^Shirts Forty Cents Each.
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Inlli^ mailer of Um mtate of ^ 'allierina Kanck.^ayaaaasd.
Noticei. herrhy siTen Ii, the^1 a/1-
niini.trator.of the estate of Catherine Kenck,^iloettinmi, t.i the ereilitor. of ami all iierMiii. I.ar-^iinfelairn. ainiinei thr haiil aweaaaad, to exhihit^ihetn. with the nm-i^Marv TouehHr.. within ten^monl'i^ alter 11,^ lost i.ufill. ation of this both.'*,^to the ^*iil ailmiiiiHtratum. at the other of \^llro.. No. Xi Vain street, al Helen*. Montana, the^oarne l.'iiuj llie iilai-e for the Iraiiwu'tion of the^luii.ii!.^* nf Haiti eMata. in aaiil ('omit) of l^'wl^^aiul ^ larkr.
JACOBMil ii^U)\ IS MTAULKR.^Ailniiniatrators of the relate of Catherine Kenrk.^Ie.'.eaeril.
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ItlrtHOIiCTIONOf! ^^l-rAltTNKItMllir^' ' 'Pie firm of Man*. Heheewe A I'.rker. iluinK^Imrineeaat the Warn.u Ktnwt atiwt Market. E^tin. lay 1. -^'^..I hy miilnal eonernt. t rank^Mane amnirir. all the latbilitiaa of aaiil (irni anil^all money tine aaid firm must l^ |iaiil to him^only.
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IklOTJI'BT(l I KKIllTtMIH I STATK Or^^ Tliomaa H. Maraliall. dii raee.1. Notice i.^hereby Ki.i.0 l^y the undrmiirnrd. ailminii-tratrli^of Ihe eelale of TwoMMM M. Marel.all declared, to^the ereiiiiora of and all immune haiinif elainu
amilietthe Mid diM-earrd, to ethlhil them v. ill,
thenrcereary unieher., within four muntliH afle,^the hmt piihli'-atiun of tIda notice, to the eaiil^admiriiHtralrii. at the offii-e of \. C. BntklB, i it)^of Helena, i omity of Ij-wia and Clarke, Mnnlana^territory, the same hem* Ihe iilai e for the Iran,^action of the !io^ini^s*of aaiil ixtate. ,^ the count)^of I ^ -a:. l Clarke.
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InaskavandUin^ com|^artment ami IiinI^t..|^like the Hnhy nhaft of ilia liranits M.
Hiil-ahoaM la^ mailnon the lavia of ainkirut h^^hand ftrilliua*! or with air Oomptwaaof awl two^air drill^ funiiehi.i, and hula ahould lie in lu^las:sj,ii,la.r I at,
Therik'hi to reji.it any and all liida ia ri*er.eil.^I'arm* uddiag anoald .ute who their jmaAnasn^will la-, aaa boM will la. risjiui.., tu iu-nm lie^fiilhlriieut of the contract.
I'lraeemail hide euro t.ranita Mountain Min^^ ,^ 1 ^ flrailta Molilalia.
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\D1H KWHEKEHy(JIVKN IIIAI I 111- K^l,^^' lowina- naine.1 aettler baa tili.l notiiw of hia^intention to make final pnaif in ^ii|i|a^rt of hi.^rlaun. and Uiat eaid pr.e.f will la, mails lieforr^rematrrand m-miyer at Helens. MnnL. on^' IM-^eemlmr *. IHM^. vix: Janoh Ua*A, wlmr. relate of
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llili ii* on the 1th ,1a; of Janii.iry. Isjll for the^|ior|e^^e of aulhorixilut Ihe slllendm,.t,: of! the^.. I.I,rate of laoorteiraliou ami in inmawiiiaCthe
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Mainatreet. Helena. Munt. Ihihineaa center of the city. Plrat rlaea. All street ears past tea^door. Many reetauranta in clone proximity at ail pricea. knropnan I'lao. Rooms !ajc.. 7ia..^Il.tn. auit* fl.VI ja*r day aceonlim to location. Amern au l lan $\:s^ to |i.r^1 |a^r day. Hpecial weekly^rate*. Nivlien^pulahli' ia..pli^ allowud.H O. I.KNOIK. Proprietor.
Itiivhend SelUi all Kimle of
FURNITliRK,IQRR0B8, CBOCKBBT, STOVES,
OfficeFurniture, Bar Outfits, Saddles, Harness, Bioy-^cles, and Everything the Heart Can Desire, at Half^Price. Will also exchange goods for anything you hare.
CORNER6th AVK. and MAIN.
R.S. HALE ^C0.,
(;I A NT POWDER-
V**Tioaineailrd by Miner.. llHllrosd Contractor*, anri rndoraeil l^y the Publie la flraara^se the tttroaxeat, Safeal and Iteal of all 111(11 KxpliMlvee
A.M. Holter Hardware Co., General Agents,
PermBnenllyIxx*ted at Southeaat Cor^^ner of ltromlway nnd Main Street^,^liutte Citjr. Private Kntranee^No. H Kast Uroadway.
Dealeraia I'atent 1 ;M.^Ii.-mea. Paacy Toilet^Hooda, laUlterna lAlll|ieand l-amp Inaafa, lilaer,^I'ainte, Oils, rtc., Hnrxiral I net ruuienla.l 'rotchea.^Ilian-a etc. Wlioleeale atfcute for Com for^I oiikIiu ami ( olds Kirk'e Tile (liniment. Witehaa^*/^opiMlinni. Iloeariko .Mealieiiuw., Ilr. Kilmer's^lU innly. Ihiiulelioo Tonie, Oratros Kidney Tea.^I Inlaid'. luMaW
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W. J. I.P.MPH' CrU.III'ATKD HI. WVlt^I.AdKH HI I K in Ki'itr ia pnrchaerd sf ^ coal^of i I'rr Harrel Hore than any other Kaeteru^H^wir lironuht to HalflaMj A. the He^r ia^imarainis-l by Die Manilla, hirer to eoalaia^No Deleterious Iufrcdiente, Usa maile ^f^IMJHK llarlrv. Halt ami ( I,nice New Crop^llo|ei. we a^l..Hr tinier diwirins a Pli'KK^hUKH OK HKKIt to call ..n^WM. 1)1 N(IKK 'ierhsneer Block, Ihdsey Hlreet,^NICK HI.CHUCK, la.wer Mam SUaai,^JACK HKHNA Mi Hrela-e Mrct.^Hit J, Kil.l.KNIt'K. N. P. Itepot. aad the
BOE8MANBROS. ^ CO.,^Sole Agents.
ipreacnaa ana rally aa^jo raw nl| U i^ ths oal)^^i-eeiflr lor tba crkalncar,^..f ihla dis.aae-^^ I H. INi.KAHAM.M. T^^AmatsrSam, N T^Wa have sols Big O fo^-.an. rear,, and ll baa
fiveslbs neat sf sail.^^Mae
Cblcaco.Ill^UN eoia by Draft law
K.H. Hair A Co., H. M. Parehen a Co., whole-
. i 00^. 100^1 00
Mimii.niand Soigical Institute'
KanuaaI ity. Mo., San riaurieco, (aX, aaat Hutta^City. Mi ntana.
Dr.Iiiehbi A (k^ are rntrnlar cradnatea ia rasdt-^cine,aud nirKery anil ei#.ia| prai'titioarni aor^Ihrinaad hy threlat^^of Mieeoiiri. CaliforuiaaM^Montana, to treat all chronic, nervous and i.af-^valedieeaei* iwhether can-eel hy imiiriideuss aa-^insa, or loiitaannni, aeminal weaaiieaa iula^t^loen-e , ei-inal deliillty, ihwa of aeiusl powar),^^arvoaa deotlity iloeeof nerve fori.- Mliaeasas of^Ihafblood layphilia sonorrlura. srlret and atrio-^turr' cured. Cnralilr caeca Knaranteeii ar awoat^refiiiuliHi. charirtw low. lliouasiiiU of aaaas^^and. A11 mrilu iiira are cr|*^i isll) iireparail 1st^es^ h laMUVIdaal oaas at l^hralnry. Na injarioo*^^ r jsiisoia i-oni|aiunde uw.l.
Notiinelost fioin liiieiiuiee. Pal ienl* at s dav^tam e tnv^i..l kf letmr and eipreaa. MadaOiDS^sent r\i r^whcrr fnwi from star or lireak^*re.
Indieeaeesof the hheal, lirain, heart and Bar-^four ay at aaa, ar well as li,er, kidney aad fra.ai^ooaiplaints, rlieuniklism, |auwl}aia and all ethar^chronic dieeaaea
Writafor illustrated pa|irra on Itafonaitisa,^( luh reef. Curvature of the Hpiiie, I'ilee. Tumors,^l ancer. Catarrh, Brottehltia, luhalatioa. K.lea-^trieity, UaKiiHriiioi, Paral^^ie, Kpilepey, Kiilnev^lllail.ler, I ,)^^. tar, Hkin and Hliaal ami all tturirl^cal 0|ieraiinua.
Dieeaeeeof women a specialty. Hook o
Theonly rcliahle Mnliiwd and Hnivn-al^kite makiiui a Hiss-ialty of private dieeaaea.^All .I.h.I IMe^'ase* successfully trealwi. h
UlUcI'oieoa removed from tt^ ^yetem wii^^Mreanr, New lk*ltirativa irsatment for SL^\ it'. i..i\^er. l'arw.ne iinaide to vielt us bus be^tnan.l sf In,me hi rnrresMindence. All aora-^BiaaioBtions ooniidentiaL Mnliciun, ^r inrtro-^^MtssMi hi mail or exprees sei'nrely puked.^One iswmwjM ii.ierview preferred. Call aad oon^^solt w, vt HH hietorj o( -vur c^se and we sill^^^^nd iii plain wrappsr nw BMlk free, expleiirtna^whythooeaiiilsraiii.i l la. cureil of l'riviiie. Huso^lal aiul Nervun liiwaaea, Heminal Weakuesa.^Hu rmatorrImps, lin|ait.-m y,Kyphilie.tiouiirrrMea.^Bint. \ arii ih Ii^. etc., etc.
Dr.1 .i. hi. I i ... ate the only anslired ^r M^apoie ilile s|.i.i lallate left in ktouUua einoe tha^at ^ mrdiesl law.
lumrafrom |i to (1 and 7 to ft p. m. sr ba^appointment in olavare or urin nt .
CONMl'ITATIONI |;| K '
Newtonllroe. are aa-ent* for sale of Dr. Idsbis'i^Iniie-orator in liutte City. Montana.
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CornerMain Street and Sixth Arenur.
ASchool of Thorough 'Practical ^'^'-in^Training.
llookkeei.ins.Arithmetic, Penmanship. Rank-^inK. liueini.e and l/-t al forms. Tcl.wraphy C^f-
hllenoe. Niadling and all tlx Kua-llaa
IVrnlnPhoaa^raphy Hy Mall.^A l oll Crpa of Experienced Teachers. Dai^and Kvealna Keeeiona. p,,r l'sriiculara Ksad^'Hnslness Falucator,^ or Aihlraaa
H.T. KNOI.KIIOHN A. M
Goldand Hilvar....|l ISO 'inc
Hilverjpildand lead ] 00 Tin
I^el1 00 Aatiinony.
CopperI HU Arsenic .
, JtaUMA. Nov. III. lee*,^n^ Inn annus! mactit ^ uf the et.H-khohlers^of I ^^(^ould ( rsniar Milling comisiny ^ill I*
heldsi ths oil... of McCounelL Carter At |,y.^ulay. Nov. Iftith^t 2 p. m.
larg on Frhl_..^Hi o der of prerhtant,^f. K. IMi. Hat.
Jsl. I'l ^r^fso.