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4. COLUMBIA u FALLS,
The only town that THE ONLY TOWN AT THE " has Water Power, a IN THE Pure Water Supply HEAD OF NAVIGATION FLATHEAD for Domestic Pur- COUNTRY poses, Drainage, oF THAT HAS Natural Parks, and .MINERAL, he most beautiful FLA HEAD LAKE AND RIVER. COAL, LUMBER site for a city in FLATHEAD LAKE AND RIVER. AND the Northwest. " AGRICULTURE. Colum bia Fall is the only town that invests the Colum bia Falls is the only town in the Flathead Iu b als money paid for Real Estate in Oia Country that has not for its back permanent improvements and en- ers townsite boomers. It is backed terprises that will support a town when the railroad boom is exploded, instead of shipping it by conservative business men, whose wealth and high standing are a sufficient guarantee of its out of the country. MAKE NO MISTAKE ON THIS POINT. future, and that it will get all the railraad facilities it requires. THE STOCKGOLDERS ARE: 4). TWO RAILROADS ARE ALREADY ASSURED "[. FRAISER & CHALMERS, Chicago, IlL Liberal inducements will be Offered to Millmen and Manufacturers, in the way of ANDREW J. DAVIS, LAEERING & 4 Mont, Water Power, Cheap Coal, Wood and Lumber, and Mill Sites. St. Paul, Minn. JAMES A. TALBOTT, Butte, Mont. PARROTT SMELTING CO., 0 Sl CButte, Mont. ADDRESS: NORTEN INIERNATIONAL IMPROVEMENI COMPANY, 0 " Salt Lake City, Utah. J. E. GAYLORD. ButtWILLIAM, Mont FRANK LANGFORD, COLUMBIA FALLS, Chicago, IlL FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Manager. Montana, Butte, Mont. THE REPUBLIC OF PARAGUAY. An Interesting Country But Little Known to Americans. The republio of Paraguay has hitherto been one of the least known of the South American states, write Theodore Child in Harper's. Situated in the heart of the con tinent, and communicating with the sea only by the intermediary of the Parana river, it has remained a far-away country, forgotten, unvisited, unexplored. And yet in the old days its territory was the center of all the operations of the Europeans on the Atlantie coast of America. During the early period of the Spanish occupation the settlers found hospitality in Paraguay sooner than on the more accessible banks of the river Plata, while its fertility, cli mate and geographical position recom mended it to the Jesuits for the establish ment of their "reductions" and for the es say of a system of communism which gave admirable results from the point of view of collective felicity. During two hundred years the settlements of the Jesuits pros pered. In 1764 the order wasexpelled; when the architects left it, the communistic edi dfce, within whose pleasant precincts the natlve Guarani population had learnt the elements of a simple and almost dvyllic civilization, fell into ruins, and the whole country and the people quickly declined. In the beginning of the present century, when the independence movement deprived the crown of Spain of its American colo nies, Paraguay did not join in the gener ous and co-operative work of liberty, but shut itself up within its frontiers, trusting to its wealth, and wishing to owe nothing to its neighbors. This policy was that of the dictator Francia and of his successors, Lopez J. and Lopez II.. whose despotic rule from the beginning of the century up to 1870 was virtually a continuation of the Jesuit system of state communism, minus the religious and recre ative elements. Critis who persist in con siderine universal suffrage to be the, last word of political science have severely con demned those despots. The fact, however, remains that under their rule Paraguay reached a high degree of wealth and mate rial well-being, and threatened to assume a supremacy which alarmed its neighbors. The result of this uneasiness and jealousy was the war of the triple alliance of Brazil, Uruguay, and the Argentine against Para guay, which be.an 1864 and lasted five years, ending in the ruin of the latter coun try, and the almost complete annihilation of the young and adult male population, and leaving in the land none but women and aged men. Of the riches and prosperity of Paraguay there remained no vestiges; the army and fleet were destroyed; ruin and misery were on all sides; the conquerors had only to divide the spoils after Lopez died, with arms in his hands, at Cerro Cora, on March 1, 1870. The Para guanyans fought like heroes, and when, from want of men they could tight no longer, a handfull of patriots met at Asuncion, formed a triumvirate, resisted the pressure of the allies in the sopre of diplomacv, signed a treaty of pence, and on August 15, 1870, opened a constituent assembly, whic h established the new constitutional chart. From the counnry, from the city. come te ,lrchooirlma is yorg and rertty. Gouig I tie great cOnvettont, the conveution oit l uronao: Ther. young ladise htade are l.vo!. Vi':t the 1V abash Isha tlev tr:.vol. The b!,y it'ing choice of tw, routes, with thrugl, bleepors to 'l'orno . Ouly Forty Dollars to Pueblo and Return. To those desiring to attend the opening of the Colorado mineral palace at i'ueblo, July 4, the Union Pacific will sell tickets at one fare for the round trip on July 1 ant 2. Tickets good .o return until and in cluding July 20. H. O. WILsoN. F. & P. A., 28 North Main street. California Excursion Rates. 'rhe Union Pacific will sell on the 15th of next month round trio excursion tickets as follows: Butte to San Francisco via Port land or Ogden. both directions, $75; San Francisco, going via Portland and return ing via Ogden, or vice versa, $10; to Los Angeles, going and returning via Portland, enterir'g San Francisco in one direction either going or returning, $t9; to Los An geles, going via Portland and San Fran cisco and returning via Sacramento and Ogden, $99.50. The above tickets are good going sixty (60) days and good for return passage any time within six months from date of sale. Those desiring to take advantage of these rates may cal, on or address H. O. WILSON, F. & P. A., 28 North Main street. What a Noted Physician Says. CmaCAGO, Jan. 31, 1888. W. P. Wisdom: Dear Sir-As you requested I have exam ined the formula of your toilet preparation called "Robertine." I can assure you that the ingredients are both bland and harm less, and that the compound would form an excellent application in irritated condi tions of the skin. Yours truly, ArnTHa DEAN BEVAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, Rush Medical Col lege and P. A. Surgeon. U. S. M. H. S. For Teachers' Meeting at Toronto, Ont. The Union Pacific system will sell round rip tickets, including membership fee, from Helena, on July 6 and 7, good for re turn until September 13, at rate of $73.95. For routes, sleeping car berths and full information call or address H. O. WILuso Freight and Paesenger Agent, 28 North Alain street. Some of the best mnusical talent int the city at Petermann's Juvenile Orchestra performanlce on July 2 COMINGC TO HELENA. The World Famous and Remarkably SBuccessful San:Franlcsco Physician, Surgeon and Specialist, *DR. A. C. STODDART, Or the Examiner and Contracting Fenior Physi cian of the Celebrated and Iteuowned DR. LIEBIG & GO. Licbig World Dispensary, KANSAS CITY. BUTTE CITY. SAN FRANCISCO, Ofices and Private Rooms for Free Gonsultation, --lAT THE-- Merchants Hotl, Helena, JULY 1st TO 5th. Private Office: Room 15. ar- cALl, AIRLY ..A as Offices will b. Crowdel the Last Day. Special Tre::tnent for at.d Wondorful Cures uut&It of a!l CtRONIC, I'I;TE AMll ) \VA'I'IIN DISEASES. Frye, Ear, Noes, llrost. 14hlod and Skin, Lveor and Kidre . , i:lee', htrictur-., Varicoeole, ll)dri a sale, I.e, of Vitality, ernineal \We karsi, Nrv cut l)b'lity ard Frematureo )"ina iin YounIg, Midd'e Ago i, or the Olr. Era a , Appl,lina;onn, TrunsLt. Ela tec et, rikin,;: for \'ari ou.rle nol!i tions. Aplati', for nil dorurmt.:.s t ialt for obh and every c:... This c ill t a & tare oIpportunity to con.Elt thea std doctor. 22nd Annual EXHIBITION 1891 DIRECTORS: 1891 I. H. Hershfield. C. A. Broadwater. W. A. Cherszmn, Francis Pope. A. .1. David.on, T. H. Kleinschmidt B. H. Tatem, C. )D. Hard, H. M. Parchen. THE Moltana State Fair Opens at Helef:a, Aug. 22, and Continues Seven Days. $25,000 k e fered in Premiums and Purses, Entries for Premiums close Saturday, Aug. 22, and no entry will be received after that date. Entries for the following Trotting and Pacing Purses close JULY I: Trotting, $1,000 2:30 Class Trotting, " 2:24 " Pacing, " 2:22 " Trotting, " 2:20 " Trotting, " 2:27 " Pacing, " Freefor All Trotting, " Free for All Send your addrcss to the sec retary for the P'remium List. The additional inclucement of Hall Rates from all points in Montana on all ra;lroads, makes the occasion a lit and proper time to pay the Capital City a visit. A. J. lhivmsoN, Iresident. FRANCIS POP., 1Scretary. NORTHERN- PACIFIC Between Missoula, Garrison, Hel ena, Butte City, Bozeman, Liv ingston, Billings, Miles City and Glendive, and all points EAST AND WEST. There is nothirg better than the service on The Dining Gar Line. Ihrough Pallman Sltering ('are and Furnished Tourist Sleepers Dai ly between points in MONTANA -·ANI: ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO. Paofic ('out Ttains Paesing through Minnesota North ])nkota, Montana, Idaho. Oregon and 'as.hin.ton, carry complete equipments of PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS, FIRST & SECOND CLASS COACHES. PULLMAN TOURIST AND FItEE COI,ONIAL SLEE'ERS & ELEGANT DINING CARS. THROUGHI TICI(ETS are sold at all couron offi eesof tha Nortltorr Pacific R. It, to poitts North, East, ;oath and WYest in the United btates and Canaus. TIME SCHEDULE. In effect on and aft'r Sunday, March 29, 189L TRAINS ARRIVE AT HELENA. No. 1, Pacific Mail. weot bound ........ 1:35 p. m No. 2, Athlntic mail. east boundi........10:40 p. W No. 5, Logan and lHe ena Passenger. onnnetiug at Logan with train No. t. Pacific Exopre's. wst bound...... . 1:80 a. m No. 0, Miscoula and iltte Etxpross..... 1:50 p, m No. . Marysvillno pasengesr ... 5..:.... 10 a. no No.. 1o, Marysvillo accommodation ..... :3 p. ma No. l ti- Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed neo dars and t ritay' '.................... 5:00 D. - No. 0. W.ickoe, Boulder and Elkhorn passenger .... ..... .............. 10:25 a. TRAItIt DI'ART FROOM hELEN. No. 1, ]'aciio Mail. west houndl........ 1:50 p. no No. 2, Atlarlir Mail. tost bound........ 10:55 p. mn No. It, 'ololnt and Logran passenger. connecting with train No. 4 at Logan, AtlanGti expreos, ast I aond.y......... 4:10 m No. 5, it ilsmla and Butte Expressl..... 8:00 a ln Nu. 2. Lta ry:ovillh tuaon or ........... .. 7:45 . no No. It, Mar rsvillo accommodation ....... :00 p. in No. 1:et. Iltnini mixed. Mondays, Wed nislavo andl Frildas ............. 8:15s. m No. Il, Wiekcs, IMoulder and Elkhorn lr'asan;er... ........... 8:80 p. I' or iato. map:s, time tables or special ineor man llio, apply to any agent of 41ho orlloeru Pa c tic It. rt., ,r to CHAS. S. FEE, A. D. EDGAI GTen'1 Pnt. &A T. Agt. ,er:enral Agtnt, hT. 1'AUL,0 INN Co-. Msn Orand.Ore ., 11)e(n.% Mont. THEGRIT INORH[ERN Railvwa3 Line. Montana Central Railway. Gre t Northern Railway, Eastern Ra Iway of Minnesota, Wilmar and Si tux Falls Railway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry. STIlE GIREAT TIIIOUGHi SYSTETI! A solld through train of Bleone:r. Dining ('a. Day Coa,'has and Fr.e Colonial blrelrs ta, iineao.olie. Et. P.oul, Da lullth, Wet ittpnrior rnd Sioux City. (',o'O .ont.ecti n' for Chicago, New York. hloaton and all Eastern (Cilties. Until fnrthor ntic'e 'Irains will run m follows: Aiu.XVr AlL TIRAINS DAILY naraav. I1 m. 'I I .. -Atl ntloe Exprese. '. 111:10 i a. n. 2:P p. I ; ci, a,.a . ', .. 1:( p. m. &s:i p. r: . It alon. A I.,_ls t eal N0 a. m. HSteping ear bath . tlckeo.n time tabloe., Cr.. at l;ept r.id City Ticket Oflico. .4. 6. North Slain tre... W . w. PI'r.. Cilty ''iokt A.et.. . Ul. l rte. O. P. &T.Agt., M. C. Ity. _"i1itl8, Carp.ts, ,lafs, Lace a111 Choillo liUlrtlin. OFFICE & Wall Paper OFFIE & SCHOOL AT COST! Furniture To Closo Ont, Nos. 112 and 114, . I SANFORD, * Broatway~, Helena HEALTH IS WEALTH, Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment, guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzinase Couraleions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Heladache, Nervous Prestration canoed by the ue of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulnere, Mental Depreesion Softening of the Brain- resulting In insanity atl leading to misery, decay and death, Premature Old sge, Barrenness, Los of Power to Dither eox Involuntary Losses and rBsermat.orrhoa caused by over exertion of the brain. eelf-abuse or over indulgence. Each box contains a month's treat. wmnt. rt.00 a box. or .ix boxes for $5.00 ose. by mail prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES To cure any cas. With each order receivea as for six boxes, accompanied with $5.0A . we wiU send the purchser our written guarantee to ret fund the money if the treatment does not effect acorn. Guarantees insued only by H. iM. Par shen & Co., druggists, sole agents, Helena, Mont $500 REWARD I We will pay the above reward for any care o. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia. Sick Headache. In. digestoion, onnetipatoe or otvat we cannt sare with West's Vegetable Liver Pil.u, when the directions are strictly oomplied with. They are purely Vegetable and never fail to give sotisfac. tion. Sugar Coated. Lrgo boxes, containan 10 Pills, 2s cent.. Beware of co4c.terfeits and imitations. The genuine manufactoured ct h TnoJoln T . Wsys CorisP.r Chicno,n Ill.Sl br iH. M. Parchen & (o.. druggiats. alLena. I CURE FTS ! 'Whoe I say cure I do not moansmorelytostopthem for a time and th'mo havo them roturn again, I monn a radical core. I havoe mdo the dlisease of FITt. EPI UEPSY or FALLING RICIKNESS a life-long study. I warrautmyremelyto curn the worstocaes. Bccaun others hoave failed is on macen for not nowr raoeivlin a cure. end t onco for a tr.atim and a Free Bottltof iy infalliblo remedy. Give Exprena and PostOffioa. UL. i. IIOOT, M. C., 103 .earl it.. N. Y. J L. SMITH, Fra ht an Tr nfer Lne, HELENA. MONTANA. All kinds of meic',andleo and other freights Incloding or., prnmp!ly transafrrrel from the lepet. Orders Will rcelive prompt attention. Dirict--At J. Folderg'i Btore and at the Depot. NOT C o o CfEDITOIIf.I, TWIE Dls trlts court of the Ihirs Jtldtýda tiritet of ths state .f Montana. in and for the county of ILwi and Clarke. In the matter of tho estate of Edgar II. N. Car. punter. dec,'asd. Notice is heroby given by the underelsgnoed. ad mlniatratrlx of tie nt.ats of ldgar . . Car (rpen ter, dsee rd, to tie creditors of, aid all persons LiaVIn` claims aatnflt the said dloceaedto ex hbit the wth the Inecessary voolawrs, witlhlo tenmonths ter the Sirnt publeation of this notice, to the rad mlaistratrx, at the Law offutice of Massna tullard, room s Gold block. Helons. Lewi and t'larke county. Montasa. the p.aeafor transarctin the business oft mal estate. l)a'oed H."lna . ontma. May 12, PI1. ..d .urt A It. tc IIPENTEIC odmiuittratrix of ate tztntr of Eda Lt. , C Poit., e~qt. To Chicapg in Less than 14 Hors :t VIAs NORTHWESTERN LINE 0. St P. M. & 0, Ry, C. & N.-W. Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line running at, its Passenger Trains In less than 14 bours Ibetween at. l'aui and Ciii cag., and while this time is quick, trains do not have to ran at as high rate of speed to mato their time as on other lines, because this line is shorter than any other line "The Pullman and Wagner Vestibuled Limit ed.".leavinq St. Paul at 7:90 P. M., makes.the trip to Chicago in 189'/ hours, rotarning in 1i hours and 25 minutes. "The Daylight Express," leaving St, Paul at 7:45 A. H., makes the tripto Chicago in 1I hours and 50 minutes, returning in 13 hours and 45 minutes. This is the only line by which connectons are assured in Chicago with all fast line trains frost Chicago to the east and south in the morning and at night Close connections are made at rt. Paul wths Northern.Parcifio and Great Northern trains For rates, maps. folders, etc.. aprly to C. F. M. TINLING. General Agent. Bailey Block, No. 38 N. Main St.. Helena. Mont. T. W. TEA..S T. ... Gen. Pass. Agent. St. Paul Minn. N J. McCONNELL, S Architect and Superintendent. Baems 8 and 7,. third floor Montana National Bank Building. Prompt attention given to orders from cltents at home or abroad. By strict attention to busi mess I hope to retain the patronage of old clients and mar.t the confidence of any and all who mayemptsy me in my capacity as arclditect and printndnt of the coutruction of buildings. kPlans, details and apecifiations gotten out flg u}lirngs of any desaription on the shortest no NTOTICE TO CREDITORS--ESTATE OP Sogetb e ol.Hoorman, deceased. Netio. is hereby given by the undersigned, ex ecutor and executrix of the estate of Euoen Hoerman. deceased, to the rreditors of. and all persons having claims against ths said deceased, to exhibit telmm with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first iobllcation of this notice, to the said executor and exeuetorx. at the law h' cee of F. N. & S. I. Melutire, rooms 18 and 1 iold block. Helena, the pamen being the place for the transaction o the bust nars of said estate NICHOLAS KHgSLEB. Executor. D)OBOTHEPA HOEIMAN. Executrix of the Estate of Eugene Heirman, deceased. Dated llelena June 12. 1191.L NOTICE TO CREDITORS--IN THE DIBTRIC' Soourt of the First ludiclal d.ltrlt of the stato ouf Motana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the esta:eof GtorgleE. Btaples, deceased. Iotio .s | hereby given by the undersl~ned. ad mintaltrtrix ut the etate of (teorgo h. Staples, deseeari, to the creditors of, end all persons h.I - lng clnite ncaiset tlie soid d rc.sed, to exhibit ttlemn wlth the necessary vouh.irse within toure toeuttlh alter the tirst tutbisation of this notice. to th.e eaidt a.nluistratrix at her resldencein treryevlle, Mlsntana. thei amn mhisg tihe plase for tIs saod colunty of Luwisn nud I'larko. HELENA 'STAPLES. Adlmintistrtrix of tim estate oul Goerg If.1 S1ps. Dated April 0. 1811.