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The SubtdJt Agalt Beigi D13ius.d,
in t he Newspip~i Pekbm
of Londaod
But Few Bachelors Remain in the
Unmarried State From
Oholoe.
Easlor to lay Why Women Do Not
Marry-More of Them Then
There Are of MHew
The London Daily Chronicle having be
uann soberly enough ,by discussing the pre
ponderance of unmarried women over sin
gle men shown by recent statistics, has
fallen into a somewhat heated argument as
to why men will not marry. We remem
ber, not very long ago, 4 very similar cor
respondence which filled the columns of
the Daily Telegraph for the whole of the
"sllly season;" and judging from the ex
treme similarity of the tone and the style
of the letters addressed to both we are in
alined to think that the correspondents of
one paper are also the correspondents of
the other-a theory which we are the more
disposed to hold because, after a fashion, it
limits the amount of human folly and fatu
ity which the correspondence exposes.
One thing at least is noticeable in the
case of both papers. The discussion is
founded on the assumption that women re
main unmarried because the men will not
marry them. And this state of things is
attributed by the' male disputants to the
fact that women are too exacting in their
demands, by the disputants of the gentler
sex to the selfishness and cowardice of the
male creation. No one has yet seen fit to
deplore the lot of the unmarried men, and
to say a good word for those uphappy mor
tals who are debarred from marriage
either by the want of attractions to a
woman's eye, or by the want of means to
support a wife and family. And yet one
would think that the lot of the unmarriage
able man who can not find a mate is just as
hard to bear as that of the marriageable
but unmarried woman.
Indeed, the anger and bitterness which
the disputants, especially the women, brine
into a discussion of this kind seem to blind
them entirely to the real facts of the case.
A calm consideration of those facts would
probably convince them that the evil of
which they complain is an order of things
more or less inevitable. There is nothing,
perhaps, more misleading than statistics;
but there is one fact which bears directly
upon the case, and which may explain to a
great extent the large number of nnmer
riRd women. There are in England, as it is
admitted, 897,000 more marriageable women
than marriageable men; very nearly a mill
ion of women condemned to a life of single
blessedness, not because the men will not
marry them, bat because there are no men
to marry them.
As long as polygamy is discouraged by
our laws and customs we do not understand
how these women can expect to be mar ried.
The main reason for men being unmar
inaeable is that they do not exist in suf
ficient quantities to meet the demands of
women. Whether this is the result of the
preponderance of female over male births
or the greater mortality among the men or
of the emigration of the men, matters lit
tle; the fact remains that there are in
England nearly 1.000,000 women who can
not be married, whether every man be will
ing to marry or not. And of the rest of
marriageable men and women, who remain
in equal proportions, there is no evidence
to show their want of union is rather the
fault of the man than that of the woman,
except the feet that the initiative in pro
posing lies with the first.
It may be that "Barkis is willing," after
all, though Peggottv declares that he is
hanging back; and that, were the positions
reversed, and the onus of proposing laid
upon Peggotty'e shoulders, she would show
herself to be more willing than he has
shown himself. We really believe, and the
belief is complimentary to the fairer sex,
that there are no more bachelors than there
are spinsters who remain in that state from
choice. One thine at least we have re
marked-that though we have heard of
many spinsters who have boasted that they
have refused offers by the dozen, we have
rarely, if ever, heard of as bachelor who
would admit that he had been lejected
more than once; from which we might in
fer that the willingness and the modesty
are all upon one side, and the hardness of
heart upon the other.
The corrsepondents of the Daily Chroni
cle, although they throw but little light
upon the question in general, often throw a
good deal of light upon the question as it
affects their own partionlar case. "A
Contented Bachelor,'. "A Wide-awake
Bachelor." and "Another Wide-awake
Bacheawr" are signatures that
explain themselves and do no
particular honor either to the wits or the
good feeling of those who write above
them. No one would be disposed to quar
rel with such gentlemen because they choose
to remain single. Perhaps the most nota
ble letter from one of their sex, though of
a different persuasion, is that of a clergy
man.
"Having been for years," he writes, "a
clergyman in the heart of Belgravia, and in
other districts of varying degrees of gen
tility," he has remarked that his clerical
brethern can only be induced to marry the
richest woman of their congregations,
whether she be noted for piety, or the
reverse." whence he sagely opines that
"money is the root of all evil," tand kindly
gives the necessary reference for that text.
However much the degree of gentility
varied, the degree of the reverend gentle
man's charity seems to have been an un
varying factor in his observation of his
neighbors.
Let us turn to the gentle sex and their
gentle epistles; to the "Four Working
.irls," who answer one particular baoh
elor, and add to their railing' a delightful
postscript-does the bachelor require
knitted socks? because they will be glad to
knit him some should he be in want of
them; to the indignant young woman who
complains that young men think too much
of their clubs, and signs herself " A Do
mestio Servant," and to the splendid the
torit of the lady who describes "hearts
breaking themselves in lonely agony: until
death relieves them," and declares that re
sponsible for such a state of things are
our false-to-nature, one-sided, man-made
laws, which have ever aimed from the be
ginning at woman's subjection."
It is without surprise shat one finds the
signature of Lady Florence Dixie appended
to this outburst of eloquence. Curious
above all others, however, is the duntribu
tion of "A Curio-Spinster"--who must be a
very ourio-spinster indeed, judging from
the unique character of her cqnfessions.
bhe is disposed to take her readers into her
complete confideuce. "I have an over-sen
sitive nature," she informs us, "and am
too apt to think that I have been insulted
when, perhaps, no harm was meant, and,
having an unlucky knack of speaking my
mind, get disliked in consequence. ulst
being possessed, pe of 'ore scbaems
than most wornsI, - li.vea · sl.~ l adlt ad
mirers and would-be suitors, but have
never seen but one man I would change my
single life for."
This is truly.,.ver prope"-p.ldoe.- "He
was sy beau ieigl, ad yet, ttaPh hI was
as much in 1od a i bePIt Was not to be.
"An untimely ubnt well-ineauing friend"
stepped in just as he was soming to the
polt, "and so he went away, and left a
blank that no other 'an fill." Here is both
poetry and pathos, "He thought me sold
and would not be sueach a Juogine as to
laes his baffections upon a marble statue."
And here Is prose with a vengeance. But
what kind of prose 1 a Jugglns, and in the
name of all that's feminine, what manner
of young woman is a "curlo-splasterl"
Whatever she may be, she does not despair.
But everything aomes to those who wait,"
,he eaysl and that is philosophy.
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Letters for the Lollowing persons remain
nncalled for at the Helena, Mont., postoffice
on Dec. 24. 1891. In calling for them please
say "advertised."
GENTLEMIEN'P LIST.
Aokerman, Grant, Albrecbht, h.
Arnold, August, Averill, E. I.
Bacon, Irvie, Bailey, John G.
Bantar, Martin, Baumeard, W.
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iehgtesson, John A. Borgner, 0. A.
Boyce, Jack, Brill, A. J.
Carpenter, Geo. Christofferson, Christ
Olough, Chas. H. F. Coliuest. F. W.
Collins, J. J. Costello, Peter,
Cunningham, T. C. Diokmeier, August,
Drumm, Walter, Durkee, George,
Eggens, Ernest, Ekholmn, E. E.
Ekiund, A. B. . Eleberg, Charles,
IEstein, J. Erh:rdt, Joseph,
Evans, John M. Flatherty, Andy,
French. C. Fristoe, COarley,
Gable, Frank P. Galager, Thomas,
Garn, Emil, Glenn, J. J.
Gline, Geo. Green, Swan,
Hahn, John Hall, J. H.
Hamilton, Adam J. Hamilton, C. H.
Hart, William J. Heissler, Charles
Hiolbert, Al Hopkins, Frank (2)
Holz, John Houck, Jake
Hughes, 8. T. Ingham, W. H.
Jones, John Johnson, Otto
Kabuhlll, George Kalkbrenner, Joe
Kelly, J. Kelly, John
Kersting, A. J. King & Kuffer,
Kizer, C. L. Kline, Frank
Klmzmanic, J. Laoey, D. E. (2)
Lawrence, Martell Leaveaux, Harry E.
Leonard, Arthur Lee, Hop
Lieberman, Herman Locke, K.
Logan, John Lucas, John A.
Martam, John A. Mathews, Walter
Mavdderer, Charles Miller, Max
Milliner, Tom Mott, A.
Monpetit, S. * Morton, Frank
Mouelte, Fred Murray. W. T.
McDonnell, Jas. J. McMillen, Daniel
MeMulluran - McNee, F.
Nelson, Peter T Newland, W. B.
O'Brien, William O'Brien, P. G.
Potter, G. H. Renner, W. W.
Richard, Crist Rodgers, Walter
Boyle, E. Sandy Sam'I J.
bohiller, J. Schilling, Albert
Schuele, Theo. (3) Schweder, Frank
Scott, Albert Scott, H. H.
Scott, W. A. Shaw, A. E.
Spears, W. Sprague's Coll.Agenc
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Voight, Andy Wilson, J. M.
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Bassett, Mrs. J. L. Becker, Mrs. Minune
Brady, Miss Anna Covne, Mrs. T. F. (2)
Dodge, Miss Hattye Eckert, Mrs. Mary
Edwards, Mrs. Mary Fiechel, Miss Satie
Fosier, Miss Ella Holm, Mrs. M.
Holbert. Mrs. A. R. Hutton, Miss May
Jones, Mrs. May (2) Johnson, Miss Mabel
King, Mrs. Jennieb. Mayfield, Miss June
Mattis, Miss Tillie Morris, Mrs. Marv I.
Morton, Mrs. S. E. MoAlly, Mrs. Chas.
Nash, Mrs. Pgdle, Mrs. Anna
Pommer, Mrs. Bobbins, Mrs. Mary
Smith, Mrs. W. D. Sayler, Miss Augusta
T'ibbils, Miss Ella Wells, Miss Lizzie
T. H. CLEWELL, P. M.
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a.d Clarke county, Montana, N.ov. 7, 1891.
'to t lie \'ibth, or to whom it tuay noncorm:
You are hereby notified that I have expnruded ore
thousand nine lhuodred (iI 00h) dollars. lit labor
and imporeeuments upou the wot lifty flet of
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of grunnd being boanded on the east by lot 8
'C" and on the west by 38 "1)", United Itnten
patent. on caid Mrlntyre lodo) itl or.ter o hold
maid prenmises under the pr-lviion of eatl.in
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iHI1, 1. 1881J3 , 1D84, 138, 1880. 187, 1888. 188l,
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUTT'tittIma
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ton eight of rules and regnlatione proscribed
county, itotana o hereby os notion, that at
the oxpiration l of wnty-one da'a frlom th ltiret
publication of title notice. le will make a1pp1i
cation in writing to the honorablo srcrotary of
theo nteriu for polirniiton and authority to rut
and remove Oall etoriantaleo taw Jogs atalbt lour
nmaufePoturo Into Inmbor. consistintg of reI and
yellow fir. white Dine anid o)pruo timb0r. utmn
certain trees of 11)ds ) itnattse on 8uDallls crook
in G(altltin and ]tla.boo , oonntiesA, Monttan.
whicn are oubli lantds itd arc as voet iusnrveyol
and dracribeod as fullowo. to-wit:
Colmmlneuetn atthl moulll of n.anleio creek, 't
Iribltary of taut West tiatlttln river, 11l0t IU"
lning up aid crook on both tidles a dletane oof
eihlll mies, and iaving Ihoreon about l.000,t:0J
feetL of rd andt yellow hr Sld whie Ipinl liumber.
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roltlh a1(1i nlolatalltolla s alnd lclolly ttit ior
ngrl,0llhnrrtl ;arpioses; mllltrj;I thave beootn dt.
covrred on parts of said land. Th tiltlbher then'e
on is ocaittogran, rough and orubbtthy, the greater
portion of trhe ust of it having beont out an re
moved in oeara past. 'lho IpurlpeO for wllirh
titlaer will ht I uol will ho for sntplting I Ilttulr
of varlots kinds to hie minors, fnrnlre antd
otheor reeidents of tiatlatiu cututy, awl the kinl
of timber intended to ho out is mnll as ti of suf
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NOTICE TO CUT TIMBER ON UNSUR
veyed government land.
Notice is hereby given, that in accordance with
the provision of section 8, act of March 3,
1h91. and the rules and regulations poescribed by
the honorable pesretery of the interior, May 5,
1091, we. the undersignel, give notice that after
the expiration of twenty-one days from the firet
publication of this noties we will make written
application to the honorable secretary of the in
terior for authority to cut and remove all mier
chantable cord wood, lagging, and mining tim
ber. allowed to be out and removed under and by
virtue of said law, and the regulations of the in
terior department, from the following described
tract of land, viz.:
leginnieg at a point two end a quarter miles
up tile sough fork of M ule Belt creek, from tihe
confluence of the Main Bell: creek and the soutlh
fork thereof, thence three miles east, thence
south six miles, thence webt six miles, thence
north six nmiles, thence east three miles to t.ho
place of beginning; Maid lands being un-ur
ve.sd, but ling as near as ran be ascertained in
township thirtooen 13) north, of range eight (t)
east. all of said land being non-mineral so far as
known, rosuh, hilly. andasteep, anid wholly un
fit for asrcultursl perpqese, and is located in
the county of leagher. state of Montane.
1'. N. tEALI:Y.
F'. M. St'EVENS.
Of Neihart postoffice, Montana.
Dated Dec. I1, 1ll.
TN TIHE DISTRICT COURT OF TIlE FIRST
L judicial district of the state of Montana, in
and for the county of Lewis and Clarke.
In the matter of the estate and guardianship
of Henry J. Cruttonden, Lauriston J. Crutten
den, Sarah L. Cruttenden and Ruth trnttenden.
Order to show cause why order of sale of real
estate should not be nmade.
Viola L. Cruttenden, the duly appointed,
qualified and nctini guardian of Honery .1. (rut
tenden, Laurist n J. Cruttendcn. Sarats L. Crul
tendon and R1uth Cruttonden, minor heirs of
Jarious H. Cruttenden, deceased, having filed
her petition harein, praying for an order of sale
of the real estate tof ail minor children for the
porposes therein setel forth.
It is therefore ordeerd by the judge of said
court that the next of kin of said minor chil
dren and all persons interested in the estate of
said minor chiltreon, appear before the said slit
,trirt court on Sattrday, the P8d day of January.
18(2, at 10 o'clock a. sms. of said day. at tile court
room of said d strict court at the court house in
the city of ltelosa, county of Lewis and ('slarke.
to show cause wls an order should not be granted
to the said guoardian to soel the real estatoe of
said minor children at private sale.
:\nd that a copy of tlise order be pablished
a' lIast once a week for four successive weeks
is rtne Daily Independent. a newspaper printed
.I,.! published in the said county of Lewis and
t larks, state of Montana.
IHORACE R. BU('K.
Judge of the district court of the First judicial
district.
Dated Dec. 19. 1891.
SIHERl FF'S SALE-BY VIRTUE OF AN EX
ecution in my hande. issued out of thlo dietrict
court of tho 'irit judicial dirtlirt of the stato
of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and
('larke. in the suit. of i. ('. Swallow. lplaintiff,
alainr: tlartha '.aylor EVckert Schwabo. d frllnd
ant, duly attedted thle 14th day of Novebiher, A.
i). 18511, [ have lovied upon all the right, titleo and
inttereot of tho said Marthal Taylor t.ekrt
chwaebo, in land to the following described prop
elty. situated il Lewis and Clarke cointy, state
of Montana, viz:
lot number three (:), ii block number twenty
so\on (27~, of tie original townsite of tihe city of
Ilelona. county and state aforesaid.
'ogether with all and. singular the tenements,
ioereo:itarmenteand alpllrteon.:'s thorounto be
ltcginegor in eln wvio au rtaltineg.
Notio ic Iheretby givlen thaton \\oodnesay, the
11th day o.fJanuary, A. D. 181(2, at tie ihoiiur i
12 o'clock noon, of said day, at the
frint door of tie rcurt hoise, iin the cily
of Htelena. i will soell all t(o right, title
aind interest of thie eiti Martha Taylor' I'ckhrt
Rticiwaie, in ll to tlLOhe raid abovo do;oribti
propertly. to tthe 1liilg5 htidditdr for ca.h i!i handt.
(Olwvent mider tliy tIral this tie t11th diiy of
l:eoembor. A. D. 1r91.
Hl'.IALE8 11. JEITEls.iI
herrift.
Bty I1Alita t . JoNtsoN. Deoputy Sherilf
THE CHICAGO, d
MILWAUKEE &
ST. PAUL R'Y.
Is the Fast Mail Short Aine from St. Paul
and Minneapolis via ha Crosse and Milwan
sle to Chioago and all points in the East.
arn States and (anada. It is the only line
under one manlagomuet between St. Panl
and Chioago, and tb is the Fiinest Equipped
Railway in the Northwe st. It is the only
line running Pullmnan 1)rawing-room Sleep
ing carsawith luxurious smoking-rooms, and
the fineat dining-cars in the world, via the
famous "River Ilauk lRoute." along ,the
shores of lake Pteiq and the beantiful
Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chics.
go. Its trains connect ,with thoeo of the
Northern lines in the Grand Union depot at
St. Paul. No chailge of 'care of any olas
between St. Paul and Chicago. h'or through
tickets, time tables, and full Information,
apply to any coupon tioket agent in the
northwest.
L. SMITH;
Fraight cnti :risfar L'Ba
HBL~ENA, MONTANA.
& klads of mrethandlee sad other trelghtei
ýie udt t. prymptly tranfeMrel fro the
SELEGCT
Something that is appropriate. Something
that will give you deserving praise. Read
the articles mentioned below; they are all
of that kind that reflect credit to the
purchaser.
An elegant pearl handle ostrich feather fan.
An imported gold-handle silk umbrella,
Fifteen yards black gros grain silk,
Worth $30o, this week $x8i
Eight yards.Priestlie's black goods,
Worth $x6, this week $2a.
U Eight yards Priestlie's black goods,
Worth $12, this week $Io.
Fifteen yards all colors crepe du chene,
Worth $25, this week $x8.75, '
Six yards French Armour broadcloth,
Worth $x8, this week $14.50.
Six yards French Armour broadcloth,
Worth $15, this week $Iz.75.
Six yards West of England broadcloth,
Worth ýro.5o this week $8.50.
A pair of elegant chenille drapery curtains,
Only ý5.
tf' Half-dozen pair Foster's celebrated kid gloves.
Half-dozen pairs Belding's opera length silk hose.
A pair of richly embroidered Bohemian glass vases.
Do not fail to visit us during the holidays. If you are puzzled
in making a suitable Christmas gift, you have but to come to us;.
You will not be disappointed, as our stock is replete with a line ot'
goods that recognizes no competition.
Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Conversation in German and Frenoh1 '.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE.
ITELENA. MONT.
NORHERN PACIFIC
Between Missoula. Garrison, Helena,
Butte City, Bozeman, Livingston,
Billings. Miles City, and Glendive
And all points
EAST and WEST.
There is nothing better than the service on
The I)ining Car Line.
Through Pullman Sleeping ('are and Furnished
Tourists bleoopr Da )ily between points
in MONTANA and
ST. PIAUi, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO.
Porifcl ('ant. 'Train Passlu.i through Minnesota.
North IDakota, Montama. Idaho, Oregon and
Washington. carry romeplote elnipnwtnt on t
PULLMAN I'ALAACE SI.EP'INII CARS..
h'illtSt & 8t O't)ND ('IASS (t'OAh(t'ii i
PULLMAN TOUR)I'I'S AND
FR1Et COIONIA1 3lLt:IEEIERi
& ELIOANT DINING CARS.
TINROUI31 TICKETS'I'H are seld at all coupon
oftices of the Nortlhrn I'Paific 11. 1. to points
North. East, South and West in the United
iState and Canada.
T' 131 SCIItS RIUI..
In effct on and after Hunday, Novemoer 1, 1891.
'ltAINH AltlttVE AT IItttENA.
No. I. I'elrifc Mall, west honud ........ ?:01 p. tm
No.4. Atlantio mail. east bound........ 7:20 p. m
No. I, Mi*soultta and lut.to Exprnas.....12:20 t, to
No. 8t. llSrysville It.snr ger ..... ...... 11:20 a. m
No. 1t, lalrysviille tcoonutdatiou ..... 0:20 p. tN
iN,. l Riitini mixerd, Mondays Wed
nd.,'a aI lnt'iav ....... ......... m5:0 p. nu
No. .. 'lLkr., lcutlther antlld aEllkhor
Int.so. r.. . . ....... ................ 11 5 a. im
T'll10 itl'PAItT Filttt IIrI.ENA.
No. 1, 'eotlie MiallN t bolul) .....i.. I:Dt p. ni
No. 4, Atltatir Maill,. cost hound....... 7:15 p. i1
No. 5. liesaoouuta ald Ioteln an WVallace
Ix rs ............. . ...... 7:1|0 a. m
Nog.. , la.ov iut lge r .tano tu ..r .......... 1:5 a. i
No. (I, lar.ruvilis e)rrut. tt,)lul stion.,..... t:0 It, in
No. ItIlt, Ili'ui)i itlitlod, Mlottnye, Wod
eMayr and Yrtlrrdar .............. . 8:15 a. nm
No. t, \Vlrkes, oulder dand fkhora .
I)'asatner .. ........... 2:15 p,. T
For rates, maps, tinie tables or st'cial initr.
tatlio, atplly to any gent of the Northorn ith
ifio 1l. It , tr to
CiAol. s. FEE,
A. AD EU(IARI, Gen't Paae. u T. AI .,
General Agent, BT. PAUL MI.INS
Cou r p d Qgg ts., u14 es, >t
OUR TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF CONTINUOUS BUSINESS
Clarke, Conrad & Curtin,:
THE LEADING DEALERS IN
STOVES AND RANGES.
We offer a very oomplete li1e
jr / i" of all kinds of
Heatin6 a 'd ookinStvo
oaCE For either Wood or Coal, and
,. at prices that will astovnis
NCES everybody.
ioR n. COME AND SEE Ut .
O or one
N lIO N --AGENCY FORt
Glden Sunshna Stoel Rages, :
: Acorn line of IHeater and ok
________I Suporior Stoves .u°.
42 AND 44 S. MAIN ST. TELEPHON E

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