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LONG FELT WANT FILLED.
Another Department of Labor in Which Women May Support Husbands. Poultry Ral.ing and Market Gar dening Healthful Vooations gad Remunerative. Wlerleulture Also Affords Wide loops for Wesmale Taleate-OthLrs Will Be Pub. lished as Diseovered. It a woman has her own livelihood to rain, and has at the same time no very pro nounced taste or profession, it would be a good plan, first, to thoroughly consider the needs of humanity before she deoldes on her course of action. 'T'here are certain things that the world must have. In the first place, people must eat, and they must be clothed-these necessaries may be classed as of first importance, and such requisitions must necessarily have money value. Then humanity must be educated and amused, says the New York Tribune, and these es sentials may be considered in the second category. Finally, the cultivation of the senses comes into play, and there arises a demand for that which is is most purely utilitarian; but the acquisition of the latter must necessarily be limited mo.e or loss to the wealthy, and even the demand in that quarter is affected by the state of the money market. Therefore, as a means of gaining a livelihood, that which is purely artistic must inevitably be plecarious. It is true that the professions are now open to women; but it is one thing to take a degree and quite another to be a successful doctor or a lawyer. How many patients or clients will a "fair girl graduate" be likely to obtain? For those, therefore, who must work per force, and help or perhaps support the dear ones at home, the uncertainty is not to be thought of. It may be delightful to be an artist, but will the pictures sell? That is the question. And so wo come back to our starting point. At all events people must eat. It seams very odd that our country bred lassies who have received liberal edu cations should not utilize the opportunities that lie at their very doo-a, and instead of looking abroad for an opening, should not put the same will and intrllect and ability Intopoult-y raising, market gardening or floriculture, which to-day is so em ounerative. Of course, in o:dar to compete succeesfully with men. who not only suoerintend their laboreas, but work themselves, a woman would have to give both her whole time and attention, a.nd would have to supply the mising manual labor which she could not do herself. But there is no reason why a woman should not personally oversee her "hands." Clad in appropriate garments she could defy the weathar, sad if she adopts the plan of an old ladv we know of, who was a most successful and enthusiastlc gardener, she can make be self moat com fortable by providing a camp-chair and sketching umbrolla, which she can move from place to place over her domain. Three hundred dollars t rotit per acre, we are told on good authority, is a small allowance for profits in market-gardening-witness the rates of leOeiptS and expenoses whltc have been given for one ao e, taking as an aver age the ratcs of the past ten years: Labor . ....... .................. ... . . rf loo labor......................... . 5 M anare...................................... 100 Hent ........ ......... 50 Beecls .. . . . ..... 0 Wear anm tor of ools ................... 10 Coes of eilng . ............... ...... 1 Total ............................... ...S e05 And the reoa.ip s are: 12,0 A) early cai ba~,o at 5 rents each ....... $t10) 11.000 loter at 1 cnt ech .............. . 30,000 celery at f2 cen s each .......... . 0)0J St .r to a1 Profit................... ................ ..i i Like everything else, a certain amount of capital is required to start such a business, but it is Im Ill in Uroportion to most olther undertakings. "Three hundred dollars per ecre," we are to:d, "must be allowedr for the s.art; ind the beiinner must not ex pect the first year to be remunerative." But. if with a capital of $1,2j0 one could build up a busi.acas that in two or th ee years would pay $1,200 a year it would b:. worth the trying. But those figures arir only for those who are willing to work early and late, and to give to this business ju-t, as they would have to give to any other un dertaking, their entire time. ''ho!s who are engaged in other pursuits, howevt r, who have read or heard that marl, t-gari' ening is profitable, and think it an rasy matter to hire a gardener to work the plane: while they attend to their own mercantile or other duties, ate rarely, if ever, succesa ful. Although there may be a failure in this as in any other busiusaa they say the Iercent age is less than in any other. Poultry raisint, too, mnight undoubtedly be mide to yield very large prolite, when one considers the excessively hi lh prices which the "early broilers" brin r and can invariably com mand, even from local dealers. 'There seems no reason why the intelligent care of hatching from incubators and the rearing of the tender brood should not be Particu larly adapted to women. A good deal. too, has been writ'en lately about floriculturo as a prolitableu..C.upa- tion for women, and of the immense dr mand for flowers, that is steadily growing in the vicinity of our large cites-. A lady living near New York has taid the rent of at large and expensive place entirely by her judicious management of the hot-house. This occupation, above all others, would surely seem adapted to the gentler sex. And what at pity it is that ii ls cannot be fitted for theeu various a lnplaovinents just as ther wour,ld be edorlted for any other life's work. Why should such tmanitcat op portunities be cloe-d to them through inex rwairuco and inabilit, ? Valuable Household Hints. Pisces of licorice laid around where n:uts tan is recommended. Take iron stains from marble with leanon a$ice or a mixture of spirits of wine and 4~alie acid. M.erincues ahould be put on puddina, after they are slightly cool, as, if the pid ding be hot, the erg will liquefy. Old newspapers torn in small pieces and wet in water soltened by the addition of a little aummonia, are excellent to wash lamp chimneys. Steamedl dumplings, with stewed chickel or veal. nr are acqusition. Cook both thatse ments until nearly done, then make the dumplings like baking powder biscuits: pour all but a little of the water from the snentma into another vessel for gravy, and the dumplings in the tat on the meunt so they will not touch the water, and cook until all the water is boiled away. To remove scratches and bruises from furniture, tub them gently wilt a frirh walnut, butternut or hickorvnut kernel,and they will disappear as if by magic. To remove the unsightly marks caused by drippings from the faucets in marble basins, or in the water-closet bowl, noth ing equals pulverized chalk, moistened with a few drops of ammonia. Apaly with an old tooth brush and they quickly disap pear. In cooking vegetables. always remember that bollng water evarnporates rapidi7 on the appaoach of a storm or when it is raining. From the country, fromt the ity, U lntet u ichoer.lma aI.w yplitna and pretty. ollung to tIe great eouvnntiona, the collvrution at 'lorointo ; Tlhese youam0 hadlne' h--ale are level, Via le Whabaehi lnn thel-v travmel. Therchy gctt tar a hotlte of two routes. with tlhraugh el.-hprs to Torotnte. Mundaly Excursion Lates. The Montana Central will sell tloring the summer tickets from Helena td Alhambra and Boulder ,ud return at one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be on rale Satur days and Bunda s and will be good to re turn until the following Monday. B. 8,. LrAorwar, General Ticket Agent. The Educational Convention To be held at Toronto July 14 to 17 will be an nternational event of so much impor tance that no teacher can afford to miss it. This is an axiom. Here's another: The Wabash is the great through-ear line from Chicago. You cannot, therefore afford to go any other way. Trains leave Ohicago at three and 10:80 p, m. daily. Pain from Indigestion, dlnpspsels, and I(Ai hearty satins Is relieved at .nto by taking cegol of Carter'rs satiLn Iiver pills iummediatly aft r dinner. Don't forlet this. Freight Rates. The Union Pacific is prepared not only to make the same freight rates from Duluth and West Biuperior to Montana common points as are made by northern lines, but on freight traffic reaching Milwaukee or Chi cago from the east via the lakes, destined to Montana common points, will ntake same rates as can be made via the lakes and Duluth or West Superior, this route via Milwaukee or Chicago being much quicker. H. O. WILSION, F. & P. A., 28 North Main street. Only Forty Dollars to 'ueblo and itetur*. To those desiring to attend the openiug of the Colorado mineral unlace at l'ueblo, July 4, the Union I'acifli will tell tickets at one fare for the round trip on July 1 and 2. Tickets aooda , loturn until and in-( eluding July 20. H. 0. WVrrenoN. F. & P. A., 28 Northl Main street. How to Prevent Roughness of thei Skin. During cold, dry, windy weather thil question agitates the mind of every lady in the land who prizes a smooth, soft skin. There is nothing mo:e, ha:mlees and effect ive than Wisdom's Violet ()ream for pre venting and eradicating the ill effect of aevere weather. Try it. What a Nuot.i l 'hysieiaa Says. Catcaaoo, Jan. 31, 1883. W. P. Wisdom: Dear Sir--As you tequested I have exam ined the formula of vour toilet preparationr called "'Robertiun." I can assure you that the ingredients are both bland and harm lens, and that the compound w~ould form an excellaeu application in irritated condi tions of the skin. Yours truly, Anirana InDEAN 13EVAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, lRush Medical Col lege and P. A. Burgeon, U. 8. M. H. B. Copyrl.ht. 1880. 41 M"lME1 13 no PEI EP bad lO asshr sheep and couldn't tll where to find them." Eo the old nursery rhyn.. says, and It goes on to bid her "Leave them alone asd tiLcyv'll como home and bring their tails behInd thdneo." AllI thin may be true of lost seep, but If you have lost your health you canso atornl to leave that alone, i. will not come back of its own accord. Someu people b'ai that they never bother about, colea. T:hey "lI. them go the way they came." Alasl too often the victims go--to a consumptive's grave. Until very recently n cure fol" coneumptilo, which is universa lly acknowlesdged to, be terftia atffecting the lulg.,. le.Ylhi hbanr bteen loole.d upon as m~. raculou., hut no-c people are beginning to realize thift the disc,,e is eol incurable. I)r. Pierce's tiulden Mediieal J)ideovery will cure it If taken inr time and gil on a fail' trial. This world.reiowoed remedr will not make new lunFs, but it will rerstoro diseased ones Ito a healthy stite when other means have failed. j'thouancls gratlit!lly teetify to this. It is tle mosit, potent tonic, or str.erth restorer, alters Ilve, or blood-cleanser, and nutritive, or flesh builder known to medical pelenoe. For Lin ferlny Cuughs,Wenk Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Liver Complaint " and Dyspepsia or Indiges tion. It is an unequaled remedy. DR. SAGE'8 CATARRH REMEDY cures the worst cases, no matter of how lon5 standlar. G0 cents, by druggists. ... [ýiber's go1de~ Feniale P a. ;''or Female lrregllar bi fea: nothin like; hem on the market. N,'rer Siail. fiucoessitlly isil Vby 'rearl et ldieso SlionthiV. Cillslasi ii:il to relieveo suplpressed menstruation. SUREI SAFE! CERTAIN! Don't be humbugged. vtnvo Time, Iaellth, snd monay;tac.k U oth el. Sent to ane address, secullre by mall cilf rto o w u ueuoipt of price, $2.00. , Address, Wsatear brgeck box. Xi., I wOTLsF id D. hlIt -old by Il. 3. Ye ,1 c, , _-,t.. Mont. rhere fet- t cCu Gt 1 n tled in ln- itnf tmy k LI l kcrcouuty, re win, eair whad i enti is now Bmaker City, a e lr nt hTU il a man who has since g I I become identitied with the resources a rd developn ent of that cur try. This tu.a. n. is no other than Mr. John Stewart, one of the wealthiest and most influental citizents in tihe coullty. In a reenut letter he says : "I had brat aultering frots n atins ill nmy back and general kid ney osteplkait lor sosnie time, artd had used litlly renltrlics witllot ally bult temporary relief. The pains illIlly back had becnlc so ;everc I hatI was prevenllted from attending to osy work anlld collil ilot tllie about witholnt tlli nit" orua mle. lteair log, through n frirtin, of the wonderful eeri's ef frctcd by t)reoll l.idlry"'l'ra, I woas iliuLiceI to tl a box, ned froiit t halt vure first lose I filsnd iustnl. relief, ani befotre using hillt the coutcllnts of tit box the pains in ' hiack rettirelv lin:ilpearcld. I have everry fllth it the virtues ift thile Oreglonl I[tl('ny Tea, sil co1s COetlscil'ltiously reeioilllrlltlc it tl. ys friends. I would not be svitltout it lot anything." Oregot Kidlllney ''ea culres Ibarkarlie, it-olli lenee of urline, brick dust sedilnentl liurling or lpainfulll .s lseltiot l while Ilillintini , illlt ll alfcie, loes ofthe kidieyiis r sril;ryii.llftheri.ex +. THE ELECTRIC CIGAR CO., "°: ._- Slint Paul, - Minnesota,=-,---- •+ Are the Only and Sole Distributing Agents for Montana of the Celebrated "+ AGNES BOOTH CIGARS. Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. SAUL I. GINSBURG, Western Salesman. CARTERS CURE aick Headache and reliove all the troubles Ioel an to - biliua state of the system, suOh an Iccnses, Natsea. DrowaIne Dltres after eatinl, Pin tile Hide, to, V'ble thelrmos$ remnarable ruouess has been shown in troing SICK Hadahb, yet 1CAiTva' atrrtI.t LnvIua PI are equally valnahle In (;onstipatlon, curnln and preventing tils annoylng complaint, while they alno eorrert til disorders of the stomach, atlmulate the liver and rgllllate the bowel Even if they only croed HEAD Ache they wolld he almnot priceless to those who sutler frltrt this distressing complalnt; lbut fortu'.lht.ly Ilhelir goodlnee does not end hire, and Ih-lo who oncre try them will find thesoe ul.tle pills vlbla iin nso many ways than they will not. Ibe willing to do without them. hut afterall sick head ACHE is the hano of so mnlly lives that here is where Wie make our grueat boast. Our pills cure It while other, do, nit. (CARTTa'H LI/TtIT LivenR Pl.IIa are very small andil very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, ibut by their gentle action please all who no tlcem. In vials at 25 cents; ve for $1. Hold everywhere, or sent by mail CALTEl MEDICINE CO., Now Tork. nal 11 ISmad lo, e mal Price HEALTH IS WEALTH[ . - Dr. I. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment. Smguaranteed srecifi for Hysteria, Dizzin"sn. fonvulsions Iits, Nervous Neuralgia, HeaLache Nervous Prostratlon caused by the usuof alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulnness, Mental Depresnioun Softetnng of the Bra1in- reselting in Insanity and leading to misery, decay and death, 1'remature lDid Age. Ilarrrnneso, Love of Power in either sex. Involuntary Lomsse and Srpernatorrhoa cansed by over exertion oP the brain. elf-abuse or over ondulgnc:o. Each box contains a month's treat,. ment. $1.00 a box. or six boxes for $5.00 ent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BQTTLES T'o eonro any case. With each order received bj sno for six IboeIs, acoinpianied with $5.Ob, we will enol tle pinrcheser our wrltten guarantlee to rco fund the money if the treatment does not effect attre. iGuarantees issued only by I. M. Par ehen & Co., druggists, sole agents, Helenae Mont, $500 REWARD I We will pay the above reward for any ease dl Liver Complaint, Dyspopsia. tHick IHeaadache. Ia digestion, Constipation or Costiventee we cannot sare with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They ns pourely Vegetable andnever fail to give satisfae lOo.. Sugar ('oated. Large boxes, containing t0 Pills, 2. cont. Hoewaro of co,`iterfeitn and imitation,. The genuine manufactured oal bi lTaEJHNi C. WocT COMPANY, Chicago, IlL. Sol by H. M. Parchen & (:o.. druggiste. Helene. To Chicago in Less than 14Hour0 : VIA, E NORTHWESTERN LINE 0. St. P. M. & 0, Ry. C. & NI-W. Ry, The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line rtnnini al.'ite Passenger Trains in lhss than 14 hours between St. Paul and Chi cn.o, and whil- this l ine is quick, trains do not hove to run at as highi rate of speed to nalke thcir time as on other lites, because this line is ahortor tlhan any other line. "The Pullman and Wstgner Vestibuled Limit ed." leavina St. l aul at 7:30 P. M., makos.tthe trip to ('hitsao in 13il hours, returning in 1s hours and 25' minutes. "Tho IDaylight E xprets," leaving St, Paul at 7:I5 A. A. make ties ti ripto Chicago in 13 hours aui 50 minutOs, returning in 13 hours and 45 minutes. This is the only line by which connections are assured in Chicago with all fast line tralns from Chikagoto the east and south in the morning and at. night ('lose connctionen are made at St. Pa wit Northern lacific and Great Northern tipns. F'or rates, maps, folders. etc.. apply to t. F. Al. TINLING. General Agent, Bailey Bloc5 t No r si N. Main St. telena, Mont. it. W. TeAsso|,E, (icn. Pas. Angunt. St. Paul. Minn. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. is the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis avi La Crosse and Milwaun kee to Chicago ashd all points in the East. er States and Canada. It is the only line under one maniagenient between St. Paul and Chicago, and is the Finest Equipped Railway in the Northwest. It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep ng oars with luxurious smeoking-rooms, and the finest dining-cars ins the world, via the fnmous "tiver Bunk Route," along the shores of Lake Popin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chica go. Its trains connect with those of the Northern linoes in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of ears of any clasp between St. Paul and Chicago. For through tickets, time tables, and full inforuation, apply to any coupon ticket agent in the northwest. NOT'ICRI ' TO CREDITORS-ESTATE OF l'ng'lls hoorman, deceased. Notios, io hsrseby gisen by tihe undersigned, ex ecutor and eisxclrixta of the eotate of Esguin Ullsrrnsan. d'csesr t, to its rrreditors of nd all persona havinsg atacli mgainst the suit deO.cred, to exliil tIlhulll with tie IneloeTry vllclst-r,g Within tIeI monthe af-,r the airst lsublication of thin nttice, to th ail exsrecultor and oearcuttlx. at .his law , csis tit F.. s. i S. HI. nlhintire, roolums IR asic 1:- (iihl ,block. Htelsena, the eaie losing tis plnasc for theo transaction of tho bat nona of said sitaL, NIC'llOlAS KEBHIS,'1, Eximcotor. t)itIIttTlEA IIOEIIMAN. Exnoisrix of the :Estate iof Eugs cnlherrman, .Is-esae.d. Dated Ileoloa June rL. le9tl. *A. J. DAVIDSON & CO. Hay and Grain, S" BUGGIES.' * Whitley Tricycle Mowers and Binders, THOMAS HAY RAKES. BTIN ThAGONS Extras for All Machines Sold by Us. HEL.ENA. BUTTE. BOZEMAN. jIINNEAFOLIS & ST. LOUIl * RAILWAY, -AND THE * * FAMOU . ALBERT LEA ROUTE. 2 Through Tralns Dally From St. P' Paul and Mlnaeapolls 4 * * -TO CHICAGO . . . 4 Without change, conneoting with the Fast Traih of all inus for the EAST AND SOUTHEAST. The Direct and Only Line running Throug. Cars between Minneapolis and Des Moines Iowa, via Albert Lea and Fort Dcdge. Solid Through Trains Between MINNEAPOLIS and ST. LOUDI and the principal cities of the Missieppi, anr connecting in Union Depots for al points South and tlouthwest Many hours saved, and the only line running two trains Daily to KANSAS CITY, LiEAVv.,N WORTH, ATCI-IISON, nmaking conneltion witl the Union Pacific and Atchbion, Topeka & Sant F railwayos. Close connections made in Unioc lepot with all trains of the St. Paul, Ilinneano lie & Manitoba, Northern 'Pacific, St. Paulr Duluth Railways, from andT to all points Norti and Northwest. REMEMBER I The trains of the Mitneapolis tt St. Louis Rail ways are composed of Comfortable Day Coaches Mlarnificent Pnllmanu Sleeping Cars. horton le lining Chair ('ar., and our Justly celebrated PALACE DINING CARS. 150 lbe, of Baggago checked FIiElE. Fare al ways as oa tow he lowest. For Time Tablea Through 'lickets. etc., call upon the nearest ticket agent or write to C. MN. P1IAT, General Passenger and Tioket Agt., Minntapolis AK. PREsCOT° GRANITE MONUMENTS S*AND . Headstones. HELENA, - - MONT .ANY' WEAK MAN Who to itffering elther in his tniml , b~oV fl' ir ticu t lejltliu or wcakenil, . tf ets I or his own lilgnorant tf llic, 1I u t ab DR, le tC L OU,, r drtL. S"" • V ol' Cni.tt Fki ' oi'tsr . \'risi o't,-ay Reliable Remedies sent privately to any adtlrese. Frtiltroe, Ual'ots, ha1oes, Liac anid uille C.rtalin Wall Paper OFFICE & SCHOOL AT COST! Furniture To Close Out, Nos. 112 and 114, * J. R, SANFORD Broadway, Helena Jlelera Lumber Gomp'sj, -Agents for the Celobrated- * GCALT .+. GOAL . ALSO DEALERS IN Rough and Finishing Lnmber, Shingles Laths, Doors Sash and Ionldlig, OFFICES at Yard and 18 JacksOn St. TELEPHONE 14k NOTICE TO CREDITOR S-IN THE DIS trkt court of the biret judialaldietriet of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of Edgar B. E. Car pnntor. dooeaendl. Notice is hereby irven by the undersigned, ad nministratrilof the estato of Edgar B. . Carpen ter. deceased, to thi creditors of. and all persons having claims against tho said deceaeed, to ex hibit them. with the necessary vouchers, within ton monothse afir tho first publicntion of this notioe. to tho aid administratrix at the law office of Meassena Huilard. room it Gotd block. lielena gLewis and Clarko county. Montana, the plaefof transactiug the business of said estate. DaL:od liclona, ontana, MIay 1'. 1tt. EMMA t. CAI'ENTER. Administratrix of the estate of Edgar B. . Ca ponter. doeesed. Ifer -JDor I -- oar re,. hliabo i arty nurerry stock. • good | I(l/._C. M I. cm. be secured in thai way by I N., ll IM aitlE U at one with .e01 now to L.to 1.. A nth . lirnme. .lriaLeaal Sdamm St. RauL MLr n New Sioux City Route. Passengers for the East from Helena and other Western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI. NOIS CENTRAL R. IR. 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 worldl Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa) Rockford, Illinois, a new manufacturing city, that has become a "world within it. self," and Chicago, whose growth and en terprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pullman Pal ace;Hleoping Cars on overy train between Sioux City and Chioago, and witholose con nection with the UNION I'AUIFIO trains at Sioux City, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R, R., re-peotfutly presents its olaims for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY RtOUTE. For folders and further particulars call upon local ticket ag&~ut. or address the un. dersigned at Manohoster, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, As't. Gen Pass. Agt.