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nd Queerer Ways in Whioh They Were Devised by Their Authors. ý Ls p , MOtot the S14vdrrit 'Subjact tor Dreamers of Dreams Impossible. oodyear's Dlsoovery of Vloanaleud RLub ber, the MaIIe Came, Elo.-Profite Realized From. Inventions. "Hearen bless the man who invented leep," said Saneho Pansa, and many a an has arisen and called them blessed ho have invented some simple trifles in ewise as needful as balmy slumber. There the man who invented the baekelor's atton, a knife-oat slit and a shingle nail, that hidden but strictly practical button oles may not remain a hollow mookery, nd a man may go forth among his fellows n suspender security and know not what it s to tremble for the safety of his clothes r wish a wife and the trouble she causes. he name of this benefactor is unknown. e was a humanitarian, and gained naught y his knowledge but the gratitude of his allow-man. Inventors have always been objects of in rest. Poets have sung of them, novelists ave dwelled upon them, and the play right uses them with great effect when oney is need at the right time to bafflie the .illain. The list of curious inventions would Ii a book-case, odd and ingenious, useful nd useless, in the past, in the present, rom the Bessemer steel proceeq to the man ho heated a kettle full of "water, bored a ole in the horse pond with an augur and Ided the fish to death. One hundred and forty thousand per tual motion machines have been invented ad 18,000 ear couplers. And yet man de ends on motion not perpetual, and 8,000 rakemen are killed and maimed each year ith the still used link and pin band coup ing. The most elaborate inventions have ometimes ruined their promoters, and the oat simple have sometimes made million ires of their promoters. The elder Goodyear, when but a boy, ixing some soft rubber and sulphur to ether on a hot stove, so the horrible stench ould drive the folks from the house and ive him a chance at the cupboard where he pies were, saw the heated vegetable and ineral particles mix, then coagulate and arden, and an appetite for pie and an in enious, though unpleasant way to clear he house to got at it, had invented vul anized rubber, the most useful and widest mown of materials to-day in manufacture nd commerce. A drunken shotmaker in the good old aye when shot were moulded one at a time y hand dreamed he was drunk and it ained hot lead and he was out in the bower. There was snow on the ground, nd the leaden rain turned to bullets. He oke up after the alligators left him, and, fter emptying the wash pitcher, deter ined to try his dream. He climbed to thei op of a tall, old tower and flung a ladle ul of hot lead down into the ditch below; hen he ran his hands down through the ater and mud on the bottom and hunted he lead. He found it. His dream was tue; the lead pellets were of different size, ut perfect in shape. The hot pieve and shot tower with water at the bottom followed, and the dream that he shoemaker dreamt while horribly drunk was the means of his becoming immensely wealthy and being able to drink himself to eath like a gentleman in two yenrs. The stylographic pen brought $200,000 to its inventor and trouble and exasperation on its users. The India rubber tips on pencils were worth $100,000; metal plates or the sole and heels of boots $1,250,000. A minister invented a toy that netted him $2,000 a week. The sixteen puzzle sent men to the mad house and its inventor to congress. The pigs in clover made $100.000 for its inventor and brought palsy to happy homes. The roller skate inventors made, several of them, from one to a half million dollars. The little wooden balls, with a guru string and finger ring attached, that would return to the hand when flung, were sold for one cent apiece, but the man who made them got a profit clear of $50.000 a year. Dancing Jim Crow also made an income for its originator. 'his gaudy toy was $45,000 a year to him. The common needle threader made $50 000 for its inventor. The copper cap for chil dren's shoes, in style fifteen years ago, made the children of its inventor worth $2,000,000. Before the days of stem-winding watches, when keys were used, some bright jeweler put a hole through the key barrel, like the eve in a needle, so it could be cleaned easily when clogged with dust, and patented the idea. He is worth $80,000, to day, and thek ey-winding watches are obso lete. Before the days of spring blinds,when curtain coerds and catches were used, Col. Horace Beeley, then county clerk of Alle ghany cointy, Maryland, invented a cord and catch that worked like a charm. A curtain-fixture man offered him $20,000 for it. He refused, and kept up negotiations for a year for $50,000. The roller blind was then sprang on the public, and Col. Bealey's patent wasn't worth a tinsmith's adiective. Visitors at Washington last winter will remember the old Englishman who exhib ited a safety car of his own invention on the streets by the model of it running on an incline plane. His idea was to save lives by it, says a writer in the St. Louis Republic. The engine ran 100 yards ahead and pulled it by a chain; the minute the engine stopped and the chain became slack the car stopped automatically. The old Englishman was insane over his invention. He sold a printed explanation of it that contained a tirade against the air-brake as an invention of the devil, and so made a liv ing. His idea was that in case of a collision, the engine going through a draw, or acci dent or the like, the oar would stop and the passengers' lives be saved. He had many years ago invented an oil can. A simple thing,:but it, had made him a fortune of $10,000.. All this he had spent in paying for experiments with his safety car in Eng land, France and America. The utter Im practicability of the car on down grades end under other ciaoumstances had been shown time arLd again, but he still believes its worth will be recognized some time and his name, throurgh it, will rank with itoph enron and Watts. The *nickel-in-the-slot machines have made and unmade thousands, and yet still new inventions of the kind pour into the patent offio art tire rate of three a day. ihe new way of making rain by sending up bal loons laden with dynamite and exploding them at a hghL altitude. a new experiment with an old idea, has bIeen a doubtful suo ccas in New Mexico and arid Ariohar, and nows company lai been formed wi)irh offers to senol a Inin alt any time to drought districts at the nominali charge of 10 cents The two modern inventions tlnay be coi bined, and before many yerears we ilny he nb!e to obtain r aurnn ashower by drorpirg a dime in the slot, which will proes the but tkn and the dynrrrnilc will dol the ri-st. In the wilds of Wast Virginia trhe deproed atory porker sat the hiousewie wild with rags by raising the gates by their annatrr and destroypig thie ralden tLha,. A genius of thwoou Collner, Kaunawha eounty, where overybiody owns houa rnd experts thim tor he fed by his raigibors, itlvqnted ra pig bauler in the shlapO of a hog latch, at.ll made a Weint \'Vaigiait fotUte of $40 by selling tham ao Irils hrellbbis. The hog lIstch is ail its owner olitms f.Tr it. 'lhb harder the hbag hiratle liar, tighte goes the gate, lut to tb' mra or rhlald ther gate opens a H enaily to thi touch es heren's portals to the country a ditor. T'Ihe hogs run wild ia the woods now, and if the gate has a hog latch and the feroce i chicken tight and horse high, the lettuce lacs t ed. thsbba isk wh lelslo at ik fro.a t aen fttyli for i i eyhlo hs rae em pry o ou se e esle fo r ualty o fP sthe o M In.. ~aer lb bai a, favorit) aiels *ith lantO. Wln, ea tsloan, mt .erlla fties. iftes aee are knaow and used, but tue pro hibitidn ains is the beat ons of ll rn Maine. ITre shmPt othg hqiplow, affair of thin steel painted ik Maiaae, whtbh will hbod a quart of whelkyeor what alsi you went in ts liquid form. A m ljutr tubs runs down from ie top and feeds air In, me that the carnes sadkep to have Thb sale cane emit" esally y etion. Tble pf th.le fiaots n hass qen enoq.or s,.' The Usnhmors V sn. q I consy, of e oterb.ar, oon, cannot supply the demand.A. And a the traveler in prohibition districts. tee half the maile poulation esaklng cane heads he mast not le o them up for noodles. They are simply partakipg of refreshment.. A Waterbury wath that can ne uned as a burglar iearm by the falling off of a sound muffler is the latest addition and Improve ment to that popular triple expansion time piece. The presention of seasicknets, too, has long been a Job for genius, bome of the cares and keep-froms have bven curious, but the most curions was the invention of an English Edison. It consisted of captive balloons with chairs attached A chain al lowing two-foot play kept the chair from ewa ylng too far. The pasenger sat in the chair on deck, the balloon did away with the veuel's motion, the saesenger didn't get sick-and there you were! A bath bed shower and plunge is also a great idea. The mattress is moved, The sleeper fails in the tank beneath and squeals while his valet, to whom he is no hero, works a practical pump handle on the canopy pot., that works the water up from the plunge below to the shower above. None is spilled and everybody is happy. A bed that breaks down at get up time has met with some sale, and a vapor bath box that is a cross between a tool box and the village stocks is another idea of an em bryo Ericsson, Holes for the head and hands permit pipe smoking and novel read ing, while the two-by-ten Turkish bath does its duty the way you want it. The next invention of interest to military men after the molasses jug with the false bottom for whisky, by means of which the ardent can be smuggled into camp despite the tasting sentry,is the combined overcoat and Sibley tent. One arm can be stuffed up and the other used for a stovepipe. Then at reveille the trooper can get up and take, like a turtle, his house with him. There is only one drawback to this. Either the coat must be too large or the tent too small, but, nevertheless, the inventor thinks all European powers will use the tent mack intosh. How it will work in windy weather or where there are no trees is not said. The idea is treated seriously because it has been invented in all seriousness as have half these other seemingly curious and impraetieable ideas here mentioned. TO GET EVEN. Bat Two Very Fond Hearts Were Severed Thereby. - "I have remembered what you told me about the company you work for, George," she said to the young telegraph operator who was calling on her. "1 believe you said it was a grasping monopoly." "Grasping monopoly is no name for it, Mamie." he exclaimed. "Why, the com reny is so stingy that it breaks pennies in two so as to make exact change for over time work." 'That's what you saidt before, George," she said, "so I just make it all the truble I possibly can. I won't let it make a cent out of me that I can help. I've told a lot of the girls, too, and when we send any tele gram we're Just as mean as we can be." "How, Mamie?" he asked looking a little troubled. "Why. we always write the full ten words, and use the very biggest words we can think of." He got up and started for his hat and overcoat. "Why, George!" she cried, "it's all for you!" "For me!" he exclaimed. "Indeed, yes. We're trying to make the mean stingy, old company all the trouble possible." "The companyl" He almost tore a sleeve out of his coat as he yanked it on, "Make trouble for the company! Who do you sup pose has to struggle with those long-word, ten-word messages-the company or the operator? Mamie, I leave you forever." Chicago Tribune. B.ueklen' Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, silt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption;, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by H. S. Hale & Co. Wisdom's Violet Cream Is the most exquisite preparation in the world for roftenina and whitening the hands and face. It is not only a subktitute for, but in every respect superior to glycer ine, cold cream, vaseline, and like prepare tions. Try it. NoTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBEIL In accordance with the provisions of sec tion eight of rles and regulationa prescribed by by the honorable secretary of the interior, dated May 5, l9.1, the undersigned, J. t.. Lane, whose postofflice ddress is Bozecmau, iallatin county. Miotna, hereby gives notice, that at the expiration of twenty-one days from thelirst publication of this notict. he will make appli cation in writing to the honorable secretary of the interior for permisiton and authority to cut and remove all merctasntablb saw logs suitable for manufacture into lumber. consistin of? red and yellow fir. white pine and spruce timber, npon certain tracts of lands situatedl on Spanalh creek in Gallatin and Ihlaiison counties, Montana, which are public lands and areas yetunsurveyed, and described a' follows. to-wit: Commencing attlhe mouth of Spanish creek, a tributary of said West (lallatin river, and run ning up said creek on bothl sides ai distance of eight miles, and having therepn about ..t,0,ltOl feet of red and yellow hr and white pine limber. The character of the above described land is very rough and mountainous and wholly unfit for agricultural purposes; minerals lhave been dis covered tn parts of said land. The timber thore on is scattering, rough and scrubby, the greater portion of the best of it having been cut and re moved in ears past. 'I he purpose for which of various kinds to the miners, farmers anti other residents of Gallatin county, and the kind of timber intended to be cut is such as is of sut ficient size to make merchantable lumber. J. G. LANE. IFirst publication Oct. 25, 1891.1 NOTICE OF PROBlAT OF WILL-IN THE district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and C:arko, Inthe matter of thoe estate of quoir, Calvert, decessad. Pursiuant to an order of said court, m.de on the eiglhth day of lc rtettsr. 1:t, notice is heoreby given, that Mhonday, the Ihilh day of totohlr, 18l1, at 1t o'rlool a. m.. of said day at the court routa of said court, at the court houso in the county of lIewi anti Carks, tics been sepolnted as the time and iluro for )Iruving the wi l otf aid gonireo t'lcert. decoa.:cd, and fror hearing the ai plication of Stephen C. tllt}itrt.:k for the is*nu anse to him of lotters testamontary, when and where any pierson inlereutedtl al;s appear and con test the amN C d ' ignd. I o 1HN IAEAN, Clutrk. y Iysigned.1 II. J. As.aov. I)epoty. Dated. Octo.er 8th, : lll SMOKB ,HAZEL KIRKC ,cioIsI If you want the best. They have been in the market thirteen years, and are E-BETTER THAN EBLER TO-D7WY.7 W. S. Conrad, St. Paul, Distributing Agent. S. Ottenberg & Bros., New York, the Makers. - CHAS. BASWITZ, SOLE REPRESENTATIVE FOR MONTANA. FOR. SALE EVERYWH1ERE. -_ CURE Sik Rear41ibe td relieve all the torehoies foact " of the "yeemsuch aso Lioeae , 5ur. aafter eatinga,ým . e si.de, u ,ile. thoir most rnmarkaile rtuoee. ba. been own in curing 8 ICK Teadahe yet a. m .a'. T.n'r.s Lvar P:,l.e are equal i n ia ,Con tt oiriflt and preveotigthlos agineving comlalnt, while they also orAot all dlmi rders of tite stomach, siimuiate 'tMeyver cad regulate the bowel' Evenif ey only cured HEAO D Ache they would be almost prlc'les to those who uffter frnm this dietrelssing complaint: Iut fortunately their goodness ices not end lre, and tho1se who Ollce try thIlem will find these little ptll s valuable in so many niays that they will n.t he willing to do without them. But after ll sick head ACHE Is thebane of so many lives that here is where we make our great boast. Our pills cure It while others do not. (JAwTn'e 'tT rTTLE IVER PuL.s are very emall and very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose. 'They are strictly vegnetable and do net gripe or purge, but by their gentle action please all who use them. In vials at 5 centst ive for $1. Sold everywhere, or sent by ml. CAOSTES .IDIOIN CO., New York. QUMMONS-IN T'rH DISTRITOT COUrIT OF the First Juditeai district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. H. H. Brandegee and E. N. Brandgee, part ners doing and transacting businces under the ferm name and style of ltrndogee tlros , plain tiftle, vs, William ],. Steele exeoilor of tie last will and testament of iar, Ann hokePt, de ceased Martha 'i aylor - kert Schtwabo, red A. Sohwabe. oisery miobhardt and Edward Wagner, defendants--A mended summons. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant., You ate hereby required to appear in an u tloa brmougkt gainet you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the irt judicial district of the etate of Montana, in and fe the county of Lewis and Clarke. sad to answer the tompaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of seorvice) after the servicsn you of this summons, if served within this inuaty; or. if esreed out of this county, but within tit district within twenty dsys otherwise within forty days, or udgment by default will be taken aainstyou. according to the prayer of said complaint. The sean action s brought to obtain a de tree of this court for the for.closare of two cnr tain mortgages described in te said, complaint and executed by the said William L. o tteele as the exeootorof the last will and testament of Mary Ann Eckert. deceased, Martba T''aylor Eert "chwabe and Ired A, ohwabe, on the 21st day of August, 1889. the property embraced in and affected by said mortgages esing all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being In the towneite of the city of Helena. in the county of Lewi and Clarke, then 14erritory now state of Montana, bounded and particularly described as follows, Po-wit: Lots numbered one, two, four, fourteen and fifteen, in block nomber reven; lot number two in block number twernty-ix,. and lot number four in block num ber twenty-severs; as said lots and blocks are numbered, designated and described on the plat of said townsite on file in the office of the county recorder of said county of Lewis and Clarke. Said lots numbered one and two, in block num ber seven. having, subsequent to the exenution of said mortgages, been released from thebs lien of said mortiages by the plaintiffs, dach of said mortgages having been made to secure the pay ment of a certain promissory note, dated Aug. 21, 1u9, made by said William L. Steelo as such exeentor, and Martha Taylor Eckert kchwabe and Fred A. Bchwabe, earn of said aotes being for the sum of three thousand dollar. and each being payable in gold, or its equivalent, on the 2letday of Anenst, 1852, to the order of said H. M. ant E. N. Brandogec, with miterest t heseon at the rate of ten per cent. per annum. interest pay abe aemi-anonually, and each of said mortgages provided that in case of default in the payment of interest as in such note and wortagie pro vided, the whole of the principal and interest should become, at the option ot the mortgagees, payable whether the same should at such time be by the terms thereof due and payable or not; and default having been made in the payment of the inteist of said notes and each of them, and said notes and each of them having become by reason of such default payable. and the amount due upon snid notes and mortgages in the aggrrgate at the time of the commencement of this action being the sum of six thousand dollars principal. together with interest thereon at the rats of ten per cent per annum from the 21st day of August, 890, and the omt of sixty-five dollars paid for insurance as authorized by said mortgages, toe Sether with Interest on the sum of sixty-five dol are at the rate of tenper cent per annum from the 15th day of January. 1891; that the premises conveyedby said mortgagoes may be sold, save and except said lots numbered one and two. in block number seven, so as aforesaid released from the lien of said mortgages,and the proceede of the sale thereot applied to the payment of said mortgages and :promissory notes, with interest thereon at the rate of ten Frer cent. per annum as aforesaid. and five hundred dollars counsel fees, and costs of sail. And in case snuch pro ceeds are not sufficient to pay the saume, then to obtain execution againutoaid defendants, Martha '1 aylor Eckert Schwabe. Fred A. Schwabo, and the estale of the said Mary Ann Eckert. de ceasel, for the balance remaining due: snd also that the said defendants, and all persons claim ing by. through or under them or either of them, may be barred and forecloerd of all right, claim. lion, equity of redemption and interest in and to said mortgagod premlses, save and except as re leased as aforesaid: and almo that auy and all claims of the msaid ,efen.i.tis, Henry Gebhardt end Edward Wagner. in and to said prcmirer if any claims they have, be adjudged and decreed io te snhrequent and subordinate to the lien of said mortgage;: and for coneral relief. And you are hereby notified that it you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required. the said plaintiff will apptly to the outrL for the rolof demanded in said complaitnt. OGiven under my hand antltne seal of the dlie trictcohrt of the First judicial district of the s" ate of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and C'larke, this twltth day of Beptembe,'. in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. [ Sal] JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By H. R. Tnoarsono. Deputy Clock. M|KBsseb lirLuAno attornoy for l'laintifl. THE CHICAGOi II ___MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y.U3-; Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St, Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosesand Milwan hoe toChisago and all points in the Enat. en States and Canada. It is the only line under one maagsement betwoen St. Pnul and Chioago, and it 's the Finest Equipped rIailwny in the Northwe at. It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep ing coars with luxurious ertoking-rooms, and the fipest dining-cars in the world, via the famoun "uiiver Bank hlooto," along the shores of .Lake Popin and tho beautiful Misssippi liver to Milwaukeo and Chioa go, Is trains connect with those of the Northeru lines in the Graid Union depot at 1t. Paul. No change of care of any class hetwetn St. Paul and Chiougo. For through tickets, time tables, and full information, ipply to any coupon ticket agent in the northwest. A FEARFUL CUT! In Prices of *41 BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK, - 15 YARDS BLSK (iROS GRAIN SILK, X QUALITY, $11.75. 15 YARDS BLK GROS GRAIN SILK, X 1-2 QUAL., $14.50. 15 YARDS BLK GROS GRAIN SILK, XX QUALITY, $16.50. 15 YARDS BLK GROS GRAIN SILK, XX 1-2 QUAIL., $18.50. 15 YARDS BILK GROS GRAIN SILK, XXX QUAL., $20.50. 15 YARDS BLK iR08 GlRAIN SILK, XXXX QUAL., $22.50. +For This Week Only !1+. The New York Dry Goods Store. .. .NEW. . Sioux City Route . .EAST.. Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIS CENTRAL R. R..not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City, the only Corn Palace City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rookford, Illinois, a new manufacturing city, that has become a "world within it self," and Chicago, whose growth and en terprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pullman Pal. ace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chicago, and with a close connection with the UNION PACIFIC trains at Sioux City, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. respectfully presents its claims for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and frrther particulars call upon local ticket agent, or address the un dersigned at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Asst. Gen. Pass. Ant. 10 CHICAGO IN LESS THAN 14 HOURS -via the- NORTHWESTERN LINE C. ST. P. M. & 0. Ry. C. & N.-W. ly, The Shortest and Deat Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Stoux City and Omaha. The only lina running all its Passenger Trains in lose than I14 .uars between St Paul and (hi &ano, and while tun tinme is quick, trains in not Ihave to run atas high rate of areel to wake their time as on other lines, because this line is shorter Ihan earny other line. T'bp Pul lan aend Wagner Vestibnled Limit ed." leaving ht. Paul at 7:30 P. M., makes the trip to ('hicago in lSi hours. returning itq 11 hour' arndi 2 ninnto$. 'blh Dalyligttt hxurese." lexvitig St. I'snl at 7:45 A. AI.. makes the trip to ('iueago tn 13 hoour iand 10 minutes, returning in 13 hours and 45 minnto-. 'lhis in tl a only line by which connertions are ass.rol in Chicago will all ftat line la ins from t'hicags to the east and soutlh in the worning sunt a, niglht. t'loe connenticns are mrde at St. Paunl with Northo'n l'ecit:o and (Tratn Northern trainw. ,'or rates, mnaps, fulddrr. etc. apply to General Passelger Agent. St. Paul. Minn. SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNNIA. ..... THE SEA BEACH HOTEL Is the NEWEST, LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE AND MOST DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL in Santa COr Sitnuated in the midst of commodious grounds, the house directly overlooks the broad and curving beachand the bay of Monterey, where is found the finest winter and summer surf bathing in the world. From the wide verandes the most msanificent end varied marine and mountain views in Catiforn a are seen on all older. Its many rooms are handsomely forl.shed and sunny, while plenty of bath-rooms, fire-places, steam-heators, electric lights and Lells as, hot and oosL water, are necessary comforts which will be appreciated by all. A Large Dining-Room, Excellent Table and the Best of Service Throughout the House are Specialties, STREET CARS PASS THE DOOn, 'Iho reach Station of the broad gauge road is just b.elow the house, and carriasgeeawait tralns at oall depotr. A doesoriltive soulvenir booklet of the Hotel and esurrounding country mailed free of char,;o on application. For full partioulars and terms apply to JOI-IN T. SULLIVAN, Proprietor. ,, m ,,m - m , • • , ,=ra, FOR FORTY YEARS DR. VM. HALL'S BALSAM e FOR THE LUNGS ias been a novar-failing family eemo;ly fot COUGHS, CULDS, ClI.,' IMt'letN, "LA GRIPPE," SOLtE 'I'UIIOAT', I.OAiRSI NEºcn, PNEWUMONIA, VATAI LRIH. INFLU. ENZA, ACUTE and CHRONIC IRONCHI T'I, A.I WMA. % HilOF)lING COUGH, CROUP, PLEUIhINY, PAIN IN THE SIDKU ANn) AfRIEA-' StlT'IING OF BLOOD, and all diseases of the THIROAT, CHEST and LUNGS ---loading to CONSUMP TION. DR. WM. HALL'S DAISAM oontains no opium, morphino, nor an, deloteriots drug. It I.othles and l.a's tih Meobrna oft the Ltv.gse, inflamed and npoisoned by ditaele, and prevents Iight sweas' and tightleane acroees the chest. It is leaant t. the tate. Be curt ed ask for D1i. WM. IIALL'. Ail,SvAM, ant take no other. Trade copt,lise by 1. I. L'arohen & Co., lielesa, Mont. PRICE l5c., 0cn., $1.00. DR. W3I. HAL. CO., NEW YORK. Sold by H1 M. Parchn & Co.. Helena. Mont, J L. SMITH, _ Freiht and Transfer L n, HELENA, MONTANA. A11 kinds of merehandise and other firehit Ineleding ore, promptly transferretd frout ths spet. (trders will receive prompt attentidn. vreat-At J. leldto.sr's Iltoee tad at the Depot PHROFESSIONAL CARDS. 0RUTCHEII & GAIrLANI. (T. E. Crutebor, H. C. Garland) Attorneys at Law. lPooms 7 and 8. Bailey Block. AMtinm, oorporetion and real estate law special. iea. vill practice in all the state courts, in the United Blates suTreme court and before`ll the lepar.zprn ts in WVh~lington cil.. in connectoio cith Hen. A, H. Garland. late attorney general. Mi Utl3rN iK. BlAiBOUR, Attoruny and Counellor at IaW Masonluuic Temple. Hilena. Mont. ASSBBENA BULLARD. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practic. in all courts of record in the Rtle. Oulice in Gold Block, Helena, Mont. SlZER & KEEItL, Civil and Mining Engineers. U. S. Deouty Mineral Surveyors. Mineral oat rnts souarcd. iooms 12-13., Atha Building, HOt.l tuu, Mout. DR. M. ROCKMAN, Physioian, Surgeon, Aecocehor. Oculist, Auriet. Momber of San Franei'co Medical Society, tl o Nevads Statar Medical Society. Ofioe on kal? strect. on Liteointruetz Jewelry Stote. lIt. F. C LAWYER. Physician and Surgeon. BrEOIAI lns- Eye, Ear and Throat. Office: 10itf ilroadway. D1. J. BI. IHAltlRIS. Offico Holitr Blook. Residence 821 8th ave.