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Ru* Paquet. Repr st Poor Iaobara 3mx.. imis 3etwfn Oouvmr 3msy 3koeta Glea, Ow. a.I reN.a Given, a Memo""* o. * RabIIWm xEoo~tb ork1MO The sist annual dinner of the Firankli Esperimental alub, of Newark, N. ,, took plac in the laboratory of the assooiation it Bloomrid avenue, just of Soa4 street, mays the New York Worid, It was the weirdest afair of the kind that was ers. given, and a sodety reporter 'would have been at his wV' end to wiQts t up. There wre Ash a fndir sad fowl In plenty, C be sure. Bt the Were only lalncidentals, strasnge as It may sm. The pieso de re. sietane of the bnquet was esoked by elee trlity, before the ey of the thirty-Ovd guests. There were phophorsecent entrees blue light entriaet,' t magieal dee.ri and electrical bors d'amwres, i1 wasn't precisely a Barmeaid feoast, lfo there wea enough to eat and drink very where. SBt there Were pedple present whose mouths were watering after a tempt tfg-looking viand just within reach of thesf hands, pad who, when they atte~pted to take a bite of it, found it shoot up into yel low, green or searlet fames, bite their Oh On witth a smarting blas or melt awayn to the thin air of a tinted smoke. The dinner was partly a Jokes pertly a enunine easu annd pltiy a olentile demo station. The Franklin Erperimental club is now only in its swaddling elothes, but it is growing fast and working away in ear nest to popularize electric experimentation. The dinner last night was given to elebrate its frst birthday, to amus its guelsts and its members, and topresent some of thoresulte that have been accomplished in the past twelve-month. William J. Hammer, who wes fhison's represnntative at the Perl Exporltlion, wa the prk·im in pr.lasite, d no one cn dA.Srelt the fot net the din was the moot original ever given d.n think of this it as presided over by ien Franklin In perAon who made a very grace iful speech shd Welcomed the guests. H sat at the aead of the board, his long whitb hair apglnag over his shoulders, dressed in a ait of Drown broadcloth, ith lace at his neo and wriste-a fashion strangely out of date atopresent, it is true-and he talked in way that sounded somethina like Old Richard's almanac and eomethbiF like the language of the court of Louis XVj. '1he laboratory had been transformed from its workaday world appearance as it by magic. In the centre of the room there was a long, narrow table, the ordinary work-bench of the place, covered with snow white drapery and adorned with what looked like lusoious fruits, fresh flowers and sparkling glass. Some of the fruit and fowers wore real enough, 'tia certain, but what was true and what was artificial it would have taken Solomon to ascertain. The guests sat down and were served with the first course. There was no chef employed. It was cooked by electricity, and in fast so was everything, down to the codee, which was made over wires. The diners had no sooner got their teeth into samples from a deliciously stewed dish of oysters, when bangg out went the incanes-r cent lighte nd darkness reigned. Then there appeared oat of the shadows a douple of hideous grinning skulls. Their eyes shone fire, their mouths shot forth flames, Their Jaws moved with a snapping like a erooodile's, and from their invisible throats there came forth two sepulchral voices in unison: As ye are now so once were we, As we are now so ye shall be. It was a pleasing ap tizer. Mr. Ham mar had, as if by maic, brought them out of space somehow, an had by the subtle use of a battery and a phonograph made eyes gleam where in reality only sockets were and their fieshless Jaws move as if alive. Mr. Hammer has a friend who has a deep bass voice which seems to issue from his feet, and he it was who was pressed into service for the manufacture of the phono graphic sound. Of course, after the mechanism of the thing was explained every man had a good laugh on his neigh bor. But the apparition of the grinning speaking skulls, one of which in life had been detached from its body by the guillo tine, was ghastly in the extreme. It was a sort of reminiseence of the laid Egyptian "skeleton at the feast." The lights were turned up again and an other course was introdaoced. All unsus peating, the various guests began to en joy the product cooked by electricity. But with Ben Franklin at the table there was small chance for sybaritic enjoyment of the meal. He sat smiling an oily, benig nant smile, when suddenly there issued from his waxen gullet the following sententious maxim: "A fat kitchen makes a lean will; if you would know the value of money try and borrow some." And all the time the old philosopher sat smiling, importurbed. It was a mean trick for the frugal old philosopher of colonial days to play on the degenerate pleasure-lov ing solion of the present time. And so the dinner went on! In the midst of it suddenly there burst forth the sound of a delicious voice. It was Mme. Adini's, of the Grand Opera in Paris. She sang a few notes, and then suddenly there merged into hers the deep notes of a rich basso. That was Melchissedec's. Together they were pouring forth the inspiriting musne of the "Marteallaise." Next there came the booming of cannon, the thrilling notes of a grand bugle solo, with its echoes against the buildings of Paris, and finally a man's voice again making a graceful little address. Yon could hear the plaudits of a crowd, the "all hail" of a populace which was orynlg as with one voice: "Viva Ia Franace' "Vive Ia republique"r "Vive Carnotr' By the dextrous plaelng of a phonograph the guests at the strange little dinner in Newark had been transnorted away across the Atlantic and were listening to the last closing exercises of the Paris exposition. The man's voloe distinctly heard making a speech was M. Eifel's, In the plaes that a sorbet would naturally occupy in an ordinary dinner the lightssud denly went out again and a strange thing happened. Near the middle of the table there had been throughout the dinner a greastglobe of gold fishae throunh which dashed the varied colored lights that had been turned on from time to time. All of a sudden, as if a magician had waved his wand, the globe became illumined with a monochrome. In the globe of glms were seen swimming about the little live fishes of gold and silver, which were as transparent as those tiny afairs that fakirs sell in the street for the amusesmt of children. All the anatomy of the shiny shbes was plainlg discernible. And tShe swam and swam about as if nothing more unusual had occurred than was naturalwith the finny folk. Yet each one of these ebish had inserted down his throat-down into his stomach-a miniature electric light about the sise of abig pea and was sailing about with a thin, hair-like wire in his egllet that was almost invisible to the naked ,e. Thbls of coour was attaehed to a dynamo whbch prmdued the light that t .ndm their little bodies, and the too that the display produced was won derful. So the dinner went on, and with every course, with every other minute, som strange uneanny thinA Was done by the isa tervention of eleetrilty. The spti were stewed by the same mysticel os, so were the egs boeled, so the water fe the pueh was heated, And thaaJiM t the guser ere swallowlng the las t tea oste on their plates or macking tlhr I1. ftoer the draeiing of agisof e . ersi Metlag add a drapr e Wok at la oro1 11 In a o W born, irfw he wemw bbt b ps beihtd the rescendo of a to-r, a adners ar ng from their seats a one man. Tba t .raaD , too, had been caneed br a siampl. looking affair which had en w ike opia of roe stl-ho, the big brone iffel towe a. net before ime. Adini began to toin, Ishe devery tipt of hbe daibow, and w tion began to~ tpour ort ithe rllel word en th.n roo , th aeed a .gar A erd an Ima, by omer oiae muon remm repeated the m rper e a while d sewten. mentL famo to erery schoolboe , bn arebr telctriebty was like d "eovsertd dAter that the hode nao brewed on the table el e et1o ad the whar lend __wit lo a . B ut'ips t b a e dinner dar k tna we mre prlmasted trom one lo ueto rani on ain calledtor toy dowraln t that niong from trae kaboe Over in the orner of the bo there had been hared a kite, whichly every one had suppoed w a partone of the decoration q et it badt e sperptrate and when the room wea.r oearne thdsee e thino weird waxen image, by some incanta tib'n of Mr. Hammer, repeated the experi nAter t. Whe coffee was brewed oken the table by electricity and the air and another along al miniature toy rlroad that coulds lybe lighted by electricity, am o nrr it wes no ucomon thing or man top pek up a plate and drop it again ami it were a bomb. It had been charged heavily with the smeo force and was one of the many quiet Jokes that were perpetrated during tht brokevenin u a the banquet wTs ending all the flowers overhangleg the tonn fell in th a ower upianpon the unest be low. 'Tiny bite of iron had ben attaiched to each oe or carnation, which wre hoeld in their p lae. by She attretio a of eremag net. When the circuit was broken the flowery shower followeJ. The air wae redpt cool all t he time b stmed-l pleaan worked by eletricity, anl among the numerous other odd thngs ther'at haprobpened was the sudden burst th piano musice that broke in upon the banqet. This was produced by a subtle tmaklephon a connelton ith a piano in the nex."t block hyed by s young woman who was notivered y Amonal the lgra wheno her servd in e eleo ired. MrUpton, Jame through the tat med ium of attphonographiccylinder, madeT some leasnt resa, Dr. about ranklin, vi nd through a like medium De Wolf Hopper's robdenust voic tefilled the apartment with the topicale song, "You Can Always Explain I Away." At 11 o'olock sharp the strident voice of Franklin quietly remarked: "Early to bed and early to rise make. a man healthy wealthy and wise." And so he stranyth dinner was over. had been Amonn the pee who shand red in s, the eal get feasndiwer Mera owr voHaione ere tranew-ark; tteard on eston, a leut. ., whpraie, Frant ci ~t. Upton, Janies Beck assistant dimes drict attorney, of Philadelpd eia; Theodore Van Wyex, are nator Michael T. Barrett, William Wallace, the electrical pioneer; a. . Outh blt, Dr. ead,. W. Corwn, veo opresi dent of the club; Secretary F. W. fillard Prof. George C. boann superintendent oA public schools; W. N. Barringer and Lyn con Bryce, secretary of the board of educa tion. averything about the dinner had been unupresual and so was the manner of record ing St. Instead of using pen and ink to take down the speeches and resolutions, the g.ests and officers own voices were trans mitted on to a cylinder, which was to be put in the archives of the club. Any time curing the next one hundred years, if the minutes are needed for reference, all that a member will have to do will be to turn the handle of a phonographic machine, and though being dead, any nerson who uttered a speech lpat evening will speak again. As a souvenir of the dinner each guest was presented with a handsome medallion of Ben Franklhn. * Copyright, Sla YIADWLtI GBAWWDMA. "The wa.rd is even s we take It. And Ife, deer child, i what we make it." This was the sentiment of an old lad to h gronhlld Mabol. And mansy a Mabel found it to be true and sh has taken care of ber health. eeps on and s su ply of Tsr. Pierce's F.avorite Presr..pon, and so is not troubld with those wasting dseases weaknesses," dragging-down" sensations and functional irrogularities that so many women endure. It is the only medicine for womea, sold by druggists. nder a postlve aP . autos from the manufacturers, that It wii give eatisfaetio in every es, or money wll be refunded. Th gruarantee has been printed on tho bottle-wrappers, and faithfully carried out for many yenrs. "Favorite Presorlpiot " LIs Ilegtimt med. lctna,nnt a heveraye. Contains no alohonl to nebriste; no p Or sugar to deranges diges on. As ar r s remedial mresults as its composition. sjiren Dibinvgo, JratlwU ng tonic It Imparts the womb and It appenaa... wor feeble wolen e.e ly. Dr. Pirerc Far.vorite Pr. erptionl th gratest earthly boon ; beling unequaled au an appetng cordial and r Ietorative tonic, or strsth.or. A Book ot iO i.; on woman and Her Diseasee, theIr NI~ature; and Hw to Cureo them. isnt sealedI. plain uvea eop on r )o. thes m.aft.,eL_ veer by ea.,l . .uamnoeal , -ots - o . Mn, B ukN. -iPon't be. b bio.a-- Ta rme. hti t. e b . ld en ema. pils. Ynr Female |rr1rtis. ThUoU PIHIIE E5tCP J .lku, ,d in for Ilit lbe to salbf,º *b tien that l ti, a ourdtan to.l os 0 publlo sal, sl the lleei of the testlar U b0 oaenat of Lewie :ad Clark and tL' itate of o.mousts, on the dlsh day of PL., tarty (Tuesday), and ueooeding datr, eonmmenlng at the bour of 10 o'eloek a, so, of srid day, the following described, real estate, situated ina aid oeaty, on wbwieb, the taxes for the year 1860 have not bees paid, to pay said taxe, artesret and penl.a tif, to-.wit Atkinson, W. 8, Helena, lot 7, bl b 127, Mla--I ,ioN. ill. do, Iln., , , Helena, w. lot 1, b~ lo lear , lena, lot. 9,10, bik, 41, , rHelens, lobs 1, 2, blk, 10, mi .. Helena, 3 lot 3, blb., Helena, llte 48, 44, blk. 8, lot 6l, bik. 2, ,H. H itas ta ol, 2, bik. D0, ,l 4 , , blk.7 7, P, ta 11 2, ,!oo0ey,-7.22. Boel A. nell. , lot 20, blk, 4, N. Pk 11S,tm -.80. radero V , Helena, ,o, ll , , 8, Hee arGe u Mrllsvle, lot 4, bib. 4, Craw. tmp.-4f.9- . Brns, ilabt., Plymouth, lot "1, 11, bib. earegard, A. F, Helens , 0t 9,1, blk. F. Bennett Catheriner, lot .1, b. 112, N. P. Benntt Jonatlehan, Helena, lot 18 , 1,bk bH..- , P. nd . Camteron, W. Hf, Helena, lot , bib, 72, N. P. i -n . 1d p..8. 2C8tIrk, E. B ., Hel ena 160 aSo yn, e. Batra 5,. , Hle s, lot b, blk.. - Carrl, nA. J, les, lot n b, ot 14, bi . 1 s.44. , • iet Fred. Ielena, lote 21, 22, blk. 48, Broad. m .-10. DCaipeh . T, Helena, lots ., 10, blk. 84, Haor-$.4270. Cannon o Cleaves, Helena, lot 18, blk .8, H. T.-$1.80. Carpenter, NA. ,, Hles, lot , 10. blk . 61N.PBro . i .d- a70 r.-12.88. ClDemar. P., Helde, lots 18 and 14, bnd. lo5, to-4 bib8.74., Jroad.-606. DeGird, b. .,eles, lot , 2, blk. , Bk. E. 8-. EteA. ., Helens, lot 25 blk., 4, B. T. i .-47.74. nield. JaFred, Helite, lot 1 to 4, blk.11, Dick, . T., Helens, lots 18, 14, bibl 6, blk. 10; lots 95, 96, blk. 19, lots 8, 4, bib 1; los 70on, .; otHelen 17 , blkot , Beis 8, Dean, Gno. ., Helena, lot 10, b 15, ,b DrenOa Go., M Helena, loe 1a, 14, blk. 1, G. H.-A,; lot 11, blk. 1, Hw ut Erne, stN., Helens, lot 1, b45, b. 18, -Broa-7.10. Demarob, E., Helene, lot 1 4 , blk. lot 151, Cox b-k. 74. Prk- . Finleyra, ..,Helena, lot, 2, 1 , bib. 29, T. H.-5610.80. Farrow, A., Helena, lots 1, , blk. 108, Eder, tophia, Helena. n. a. sec. 8, 0. 20 4. w., empond( fer.-510.0. lesvnren,F. N., Helena, art ots , 2, . A.lt. 'Et- 18 T. nfeld. Jacobn , Granite, lots 8 to 4, bl . 1 rtenl, A. At., Helena, lot 109. 110, 1i, bib.10; late 95, 96, bi. 12, lats 8. 4, bib, 1; Fox, James E., Helena, pt. lot 1,2, bib. A.. Tiet.; lot 17. bib. 5, V. V. iap.-518.86. French, Mica B. A. Helena, lot2, bib. 21, 0. A.; lot 11, bib,1, 1iewina-$4 70. Faust, Ernest, Helena, lots, bib, 45, N. P. uruesa, E. T., Helens loll 2, blb. 9', GlesTAndrew, Helena, a. e.' s. W. see. 4, t. 10, 4 ., imp. and per,--21.60. Garirell, Wm., at AL.. Helena. 9z100, blk. F, Tietien-$11.60. olor, J. Helena, lot 2, blk. 89, N. P., lot 4, blk. 446, H. T.-$15,66. Harris, Emma, Helena, lots 19, 20, blk. 6, University--1.02. Henderson, Barab, Helena, lots 11. 12, 18, blk. 80, Broad.--7.58 Herto s, J. A., Helena, lots 7. 8, blk. 56, Cent.-f16. Hallek, W. H., Helens, lots 7, 8, blk. 8, De pott.-$4.08. Hobb, H. C., Helena, pt. lot 7, 8, blk. 86, N. P.-$8.28. Holme,. L. E., Helena, lot 1, blk. 2, Uni vrrsity-$2.69. Hebl, John. Helens, lot, 2, blk. 610, H. & . imp.-$12.656. Hige., Lain., Helena, bike. 17 and 26, McLean Park--$1.80. Hamilton, Dora E., Butte, lot 14, blk. 545. H. T., imp.--18. Holland. Thee.. Denver, lots 11 to 82. blk. 82 McLean Park-$7.18. Hlaginon, Jacob, East Helena. 1 lot, E. H., imp.--$.44. parveyr mma L. Helena, lots 1, 8, 4, blk. 8 M pers. and stooa--28.22. sgan, M. J., Helena, lot 9, blk. 81, H. T. -Joinlon, N. 1., Helena, su lot 5, all los 6, blk. 10, Cox-$4.56. Jones and Pearson, Marysville, lot 3. blk. 1, Oruee-40 cants. Jones Fannie H., Helena, lot 18, blk. 46. N. P.-$6.72. Jones Frank, Helens, lot 4, blk. 544, H. T.-$6.00. Jayee, .rho., Helena, lots 14, 15, blk. 110, N. P., 2nd.--2.26. Kelly. Mary 1., Helena pt. lot 1, al lot 16, blk, 6 HT., imp.-$10.92. Kochb ., Helena, n. e. , see. 21, t. 11, 4 w.-$6.92. Krelaer, P., Helena, lot 6, bl. 28, H. T. imp.-$7.85. Knoll, Berman F., Helena, lots 4, 5, bik. 114, N. P. 2nd-$4.77. Leiler, J. J.. Helena. lots 2, 8, blk. 5, Cent. lots 20, 28 to 29, t. lots 18, 19, blk. 418, H. T., imp..-818.12. Langevin, Mary, Helena, lot 1, blk. 28, E. H., lots 9. 10, 10, 11. blk. 80, N: P.-$4.02. Lee, C. B., Helena, lot 18, blk. 82, N. P. $9.44. 70, Broad.-$.76. Lindstrom, F. W., Helena, lot 56, blk. 8, H. T.-P.08. Lathrop, Annie, Maryevllle, na lot 86, blk 1, IOra, imp.-$2.44. Lynch. Kate A M vlle, n 80 feet lots 4 , 44, 4 b5, k. 1 , s, p e lm .--5.91. Lee Emma C., Helena, lots , 6, blk. 195, Lund, Mary O., Helena, lot 7.blk. 7, Cos Lorre Wm. Helena, lote 28, 106, 106, 107, 117, bl. 8. Helena townaite, imp.-$20.94. IIpae,1 ydaey Y., Helena, lots 0 ,21, blk. La Dow. Ltisle, Helens, lot, blk. b98, N, . -p.18 Mart. P. B., Helenas lot 16, bik. 8, Cos, r W .. or Mueller, Helena, lot 7, bit. 48, ot 9, bki. 24, N. P.-pI.384. U ,leotoe A., BaM Helenao lota, blk. g rill. &A. .. Helen., lots 31, 32, bib.e185 Acese-$.80. eltLO., Helea, lot 88, bIb. N. , Helena, PIt. lot 15, blk. iipi, soiii, beo, bi le1 , . 4 , bib. -', lEuehue 3.43, to .. me, e. M es, ,. b.Thaw, ,ae, wDaond 8k1 Helea, lots it, a. T wt..' e#, , 81,*l bik. 7,1 S .0 . ul , ,hlens, Sd t U , btib. 2, CB. putt p l 4m ots 1 o 7, 7 4, ..* .; . w .O. k pL,4 bl.- Geo. Yrk Helenas, Led. o. I.4 w., 104 wi-- 1, b. 1w.w, w 1 -. ., I T , 2 , b eln , , tie. ,-. B, a wll, 1 li ,s o1ts1e bib . 1w, , w w. s si. er, 9l . , 1418 Crbls. W11 ta. w, et-, 0, T. , 4 tuoe nl, el. . , Pel , a last o1, bit.o = Pt I L v . $ 1 2 A % _ ontl a 8, pr r.lred b ,! L 66 eeL. i Ce., ., 1 J . E. 34,t ?(12. be . '8, p.et W,. W. lae, o 9, 8 1, b Vo. 1 , ar,4, . -ttW., Selede ot l. , b•b. tl.rT ha85.l6 e 1., Beiel, . ., elsa,k lo , l, b., ill oel. 2 6' l ot 14 , blk. 9, DIok1; lot I. , ilss aloar, - 4 b -trbl, , W r n I o r . , e10, 2i, L. Swe, M rs. M ar, Heln (o(14 bob., 1-,. 7.16. Reedo. eo. D,, n . W , el, lot , 19, b nb . H4. e.18,.61. Bw. n, Pw.,J..., Helena, wo.ý bI . 1, ew er, W. . 3f,., toel a oi , bXi . oe, wt. Oh.. lo , t. l a, Iota 21, O4 b i. . all, Wa.A. Helena , 'lat7 , biL - 1, ao , b o., elnita 8,, ' bi. 8, 71.8we2.iTy. tlnlil , d Coda 21. W,.b 1ogto , , b lo , to 8 id , 8 7bT ,e B. $ ..., S0eed o.bW, en ot , H blk. . T.-- p.-1. ellmond, P. B. , Helens, Iot b4l. 7, i, ., 3. o. 1.4 ben, 9 o , .1 , lMontat. O ri. 2 l, roael tio,, bib . 10 rte, . 2,. 10, Iolo , lota6 1, blkb. i. t , t. w.. . . t, ot , 2,2 bi . , Smth Hronofa, fi. A, oe alo a, Iotoa 1o t. 1d 7 o B., bI. P7, Bo d.--H18, l na , l. J e.; , t .lea, lot 1, bik. 1b , ciedr A. lots 1 n Pr21, Hl. H, elna lot .. b Vp b. 2,76.$H.T6. as hw no, 0. B., Helena, lots 1lo, , blik . 106. . W , Helen, lot 191, blnpo40 ibn, Son, or.l Apak.ru Flt, Mo - 1,o ip wrihn, Wl.. H., Helen, lot4 1, bai. 5. o, lot ,1, b ib. 69 , . T. .9.,0 p 1, blk. e -8 . T7 - 68. tewll, O. . Helen , Iote a and 4, bl. 1~. N. P. bd, 27, Bo ye, 'TbIo dolh. 0.llFWHa len, ots1 , . 12, E.ýo. H k.66l reallt, oh nA, elen s, Iot 7 8, bib.. 11 p P 2n- 18.88. Sc. olrr .. Helena, iota 1, , bIb. , itber, A. Whele. ., Helen, los a , 4t a "_=1 6,lts11to1, bik..- 97 Broad " -, fmp lb b1, tw. 20, Hotel 8 ,aub112to byn 4 Tode vern , Ff Erblena, loo 18, bb . 16 , 1. H.- I8s0. Trvjo, (hA n W.0 oals lot snd 2 , bik. 184, Mn. P. 2d m Slmthlne, HoorsA'ln Ioa 1. blk l D, Tiet., 1. T.. 8mH.--.T.-$3. Wiftser , Je.&. WHloer. loh , loss 20 ad 5, blk. ,0, Ho.el P Tr.O $9.00. Writhi, WVinB. H elens, lot 1 , b pt. lo, - T., N.P. 2, ip90, Wheeler, Knox * Miller, Helena, lot 7, blk. 1, Jeattle--p.T2. Walker, Mshala, Helens, lot 8, bik. 10, Warren, T.B, Helena lot5, 6, blk. 97; lots , tblk. 101, Min--ib. Wilas,, W. A., Ha.n lo 1. bti. 111, lots 9 to 14, k GO N, . b -.10.. Witherbe* & AllenHele lots 7, 8, 9, blk. 5, Bey. Pa lo-$1., I .Wile , A. B., Detrot, MMik., los 1 to 16. bll o 5; otse1 to 16, blk 56 lots I o 16. blk. 7; lotl. 10o 8, b. 8, C. W. annee--do.e . 0 W eoenborn J. A., Helea, te , l e ot , blk. 4Io, ., ,~.~ part lot 4, blk. 6, bru-.- bnts.1 Walnw A Thoabargb, eIlena,; lots 17 to 20 blk. 1. Mblt lot 6, iL. 1; lots U. It b. 2 18; l oe ts 11, 6 , 15,i1, blk. 14; fo 7 tob.1 btof l Io b ee4 imp. and 1p. 61,, , . , 7 1,1,4. see. I, blo. 1 bi. lo, ,t l2, ,8,bl.11;e 1218, b.r IS; o, 5, 14,14, blh.1 ele8, l, 6, 4, 1, 18,blk.151o1.6 9 10 blk.15. Iote3, 6, bH.. 10, 11. 12.bB., aIoeIto4 8,9i 9r 1o, 14,. bib. 21; lot. 5,6, 3, 18, 14, b11. 2 lot. 5. 4, blk. 28;los8, 8 t o 11 4,blk44 j lot. 2 los 1, Wallae, P.. elen, lo 4, bI. "0" Ft . lot 9, bi0. 18; lot 1, 1. 15 , 16 , b lk. 14; iot5 to, bIt b. 13, Huub. Iap. and per.. ýwallae, . Z.,lruele Helena, t. . . e.o. p. n. 10 5 Swps. a" oest Helenai, lot 1 bIb. 2e, Re e.a b aite Itn.-p.7L Let om - W ,Helena, 422100 e oL L4o . i '2 t R. T~sis 1 so .16 CLCONRAD & srjrCr Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Heavy, Shelf and-'--r Builders' Hardware m42 & 44 MAIN STREET, HELENA. Iron, Steel, Horse and Mule Shoes, Mill Supplies, Hose, Belting, Gas Pipe and Flttings Sole Agents for the Celebrated Superior, and Famous Acorn COOKING - AND - HEATING - STOVES, rand W. G. Fisher's Cincinnati Hotel and Family -WROUGHT IRON RANGES.- * CLARKE. CONRAD & CURTI. RIVERSIDE ADDITION. The Best Property Now on the Market, The moot avalable to the New Boston and Montean meMer at NORTH GREAT FALLS. , I Coatrets let for a hotel, sto and weedenlos The sheapes sad best invesa seat in the vclinity of Great Falti. LOTS FOR $150 TO $300 ON EASY tERMS. Special inducements to those who build immediately. An Immense dam is mow IiOrseu of on notion scross the Missourt river above Black Earle tll. at ogtGreaot rA1 at a cost of $d00,(a, sal will furnish power for hundreds of Meli. Riverside iddltiem is within a few inut' walk of these improvemeat#. - OALL ON OR ADDMRESS T. H. KJIINSCHMRIDT, ST. AMOUR k LAMBIE, S Trustee, Helens. Room 18, Baley B'ook, Holes Or G. 'i RY, Boom 2, Duna. Bloek, Great Falls, Montena, sa SoCUSTOM TAILOR " Usia7 sfto. dCIO. lO. int eh.hmpnstmd dee. Wool I. t moot ne I the ciit. oaur . _____IP _3ZTPTI & 00. A, I. HOLTER HAROWARE CO., iadwarm , lachilery, andH Sui l ies, Lidgerwood Hoisting Engines, Knowles Steam Pumps, . Rand Rock Drills, Rand Air Compressors, Leffel Water Wheels, Atlas Engines and Boilers, Buffalo Horse Whimi, Saw Mills, Belting Hose, Packing, Et& A Full Stock for Immediate Shipment. I13 North Main Street Helena, Mentan DO WHAT -hat iteauoo s-h You ao u vous-Why ? You cough in the r morning-Do you realise the aems Your appetite is poor-Whatmake YOU AI it so? You seem likechaned person to your friends-Do you know what is the satter, or has the change been so gradualit h escaped your notice? "N . YOU YoVu h... Con....pt.... K OU a i We do not say this to frighten yc., bt It is true. These are the sure symptoms of this terrible disease. Theft Is one thing which will check it and that is DR. ACKER'S ENCLISH REMEDY. It 1S I'eomlended b th bbest phyiolanr in IKrope and AtuerneL SI a seet, .. s e d s t .00 per Iottle. W. H. HOOKER a CO., 46 West Broadway, New York. SSTABLISHED :877. --. RoOPulrROeS 01F TH-- MINNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY Dealri A Iildes, Sheep Pelts, iWol, Tallow, Ginscni and Sentca Root. SHEEP PELTS AND FURS A SPECIALTY. SO1, 10s mad 108 eseod street wortho. la eapells, Mlamestos. SHIPMENTS SOLICITED. WRITE FOR CIRCULARS CURTIS & CO. MFG. CO. IANI maTU uAID aeoauns. OsOAI sADNOaD. 1smt. ISTAILISHED CHIICAGO: - to eew.oear eeS eMAs. A. l1s,3sesseewts. Igs4. ST.LW0WiS:s1s151sx.Umeos CIRCULAR, BAND and CROSS-CUT SAWS U an,: m rmwi "nu Wit mutiops~ anwl S AW SAW MILLS U l MIL U1 uMAYII OF /LL MS. sAITI (l U as lit A a 11klga t1r Las. lse i TAMITS SMUrT WNSSwL £53 orInwIeo MAONtSuE.