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r ~u ontb A ti~sotta Isrdoal oLma t'. th grippe. ` ' A 4bggýýnainwr ý~s~ ait ou WHAT'S IN A KISSV The Frise Answer, selected Fr m Ameng aeven Thousand. omerne time ago London Tid-Blts offered a two-guinea prise for the bestdefinition of a kiss. Seven thousand answers were re oeived. The prise was awarded to Benja min B. Greenwood, of 'Tle Hill, London, whose definition is herewith framed below: : An insipid ead tastlee morsel,.whioh: Sproportion c it is flavored with love. ..........,...................... .... .... The following is a selection from some of the beet definitions offered: What the chimney-sweeper imprinted on the rosy lips of the scullery maid when she told him she favored his sunit. The sweetest fruit on the tree of love. The oftener plucked the more abundant it rA thing of use to no one, but much prized by two, The bab's right, the lover's privilege, the parent b benison and the hypocrite's That which you cannot give without tak ing and cannot take without giving. The food by which the flame of love isfed. 1 he flag of trace ri the petty wars of courtship and marrlite. The acme of agony to a bashful man. The only known "smack" that will calm a storm. A telegram to the heart in which the operator uses the "sounding" system. Nothing divided between two. Not enough for one, just enough for two, not enough for three. Theonly really agreeable two-faced ac tion under the sun, or the moon either. The sweetest labial of the world's lan guage. A woman's most effective argument, whether to cajole the heart of a father,con trol the humors of a husband or console the griefs of gir hood. Something rather dangerous, Something rather nice. Something rather wicked. 'Though it can't bh calletd a vice. Some think it naughty. Otihers think it wrong. All agree it's jolly, 'Though it don't last long. A kiss from a pretty girl is like having hot treacle poured down your neck by angels. 'lhe thunder-clap of the lips, which in evitably follows the lightning glance of the eyes. A eport at headquarters. Everybody's acting edition of "Romeo and Juliet." What the child receives free, what the young man steals and what the old man buys. Tle drop that runneth over when the cup of love is full, That in which two heads are better than one. A kiss is three parts of speech-a transi tive verb, an invisible noun, and a visible conjunction. Printing without ink, leaving no visible impression. Woman's passport to her husband's urse, and a man's passport to a woman's heart. When lips of lovers meet in bliss, The pleasing ao: is termed a "kiss," But when the pair have wed each other The vapid thling is called a "bother." Love's artillery, that is brought into ac tion immediately on the call "to arms." Contraction of the mohth due to an en largement of the heart. The sounding-line used by a woman to fathom the depth of a man's weakness. An old-fashioned telegraphic arrange ment for transmitting from one person to another various sensations that cannot be transmitted correctly by any other medium known. Nature's Volapuk-the universal language of love. A woman's trump card in the game of love. An article that is always accepted and (im) printed, but not always published. The action of the lips by which the real sentiments of the heart are either affeo tionately expressed or falsely disguised. , am just two and two, I am warm. I am cold. And tihe psrent of numbers that cannot be told. I amr lawrful-unlawul---a duly, a aulit. lam often sold dear-good for nothing when, hougeht. - An extraordinary bham, and a matter of course, And yielded wi7r pleaure when taiken by force. A gift which is sometimes expected, sel dom rejected, though often returned. The safety valve to an exuberance of tender feelings. The lover's privilege and the pug dog's right. What the child gives, the lover steals, the foolish waste, and the old value. The most popular lip salve of the present day. A tonic, which in childhood may be ad ministered with safety, but with great cau tion when childhood is past. The lover's flag of truce after a quarrel. Love's happiest expression and sorrow's tenderest balm. A carom off the red. The anatomical juxtoposition of two or bicular oris muscles in a state of contrac tion. A good impression made by the seal of love. It is like the wind that blows; It is felt but not seen. The "pons asinorum" of courtship. A demonstration of love which will dry the baby's tears, thrill the maiden's heart and sootthe he rufled feelings of a tired wife. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saverl. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Oroton, 8. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my ungs, cough set in and finally terminated in consumption. Four doctors gave me up. saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband advised me to get Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God I am now a well. and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at lt. 8. Hale &Co.'s drug store; eg ular size, i0c. and $1. Excurslon Rates to Callfernts. On the 15th of each month the Northern Pauifle railroad will sell round trip tiskets to California points as follows: Helena to San Franoisoo and return, going via Portland and returning same way,. $75. To San Franoisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, $90. To Lou Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering Sen Franeisco in one direction either going or returning, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco and returnine same route, $98. To Lee Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco, returning via Sacramento sad Ogden, $99.50. Tiekets will be limited for sixty days for going passage, with return at any time within the final limit of six months. A. D, Enoan, Gon. A t., Helena, Mont. OnAs. L. Fan, O. P. T. A,, St. PaUl, Minn Are You Sniferlag From back ache, inflammation of the blad der, driek dust deposit or stone in the blad der, or in feeact any derangement of the kidneys orurinary organs? If thusamlited do not lose time and wastemoney on worth less liniments and worse plasters, bet strike at the seat of the disease at ones by using the greatest rf all known remedies, the eel ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. Batiafaotlen every time. 'C. K. WELLS COMPANY, STATIONERS, PRINTERS AND DEALERS IN - F7TNGY GOODS--* Are now ready in their new store to show the handsomest line of Miscellaneous Books in Cloth and Paper, Engravings, Water Colors, Picture Mouldings and Frames. STOY AND NOTION DEPARTMENT MOST COMPLETE IN THE CITY1 C. K. WELLS COMPANY. ONI~ ENJoYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, clea~ses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For sale in 500 and $1 bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FlO SYRUP CO. SAN FRANOI800, CAL. LOUI8VILLE. KY. IEW YORKI N.Y. 1892. Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. The Magazine will celebrate the fourth ('en tonary or the Discovery of America by its gE DIscovEty. through articles giving a more thor ough expoeitton than has hitherto been made of the ItECENT UNPREcEW)ENTED DEVELOPMENT OP oUn COUNTRYi and osl ecilly in the GirErT WrST. Particular attention will also be given to U1AMATIr EPISODEH OF AMEItCAN HIltrORY. 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Bound Volumes of HAnreta's VEEKLr. for three years back in neat cloth b ailing, will be sent by mnail, t)osla to paid or by OXprese, free of expense Iprovidoed the froelgh t des not exocoid on" dollar pier vlumne), for *7.l0 per vlime.s ('htu Caser fir each volumlle, s itable for bit d ng, will be sent by mail, post paid. on recsitt of $1.00 each. Rlcmittances should be made by Post-office money order or draft, to avoid chance of loss New.ptapers are not to copy this aitvoertiementl. without the exl)reLs order of llarpor A& rttrels. Address: tAllI'Ehl & BiiOTitER l , NEW YOliK. IN THE DISTRICT COUII'I' OF 'pHI, FiRST - Jludicial district of the stale of Montana. in and for the coulnty of Lewis lnd ('iarkhe. In tile Iattr of tah estato inut gnardianshilp of Henury J. Cruttondon, Lairietot J. Ir lttou den, harath l,. Cruttenden and Illthi ('rullt.endln Order 10 eFhw cause, why order of Sale of real estate houltdl noti. tI Imadeo. Viola L. ('rlttouden, the duly anp ýillltd, qtalihitKI and tcting IIgartiu or Iti ry .1. ('rtIt teolden, Lturistln J. (hluttonlliin, arahhl I. t'rrl tenden and ltl1h Irllttondell, ilnor heirs o li Jluious II. ('rlttenden, decoaced Ilivilnig liltd tIer retithu tlltein, prayini fur sir orrd ir ofs I le (f tlie roal eIatel of eaii mio dor thIIlcdil fer te purpuosevi thltriu set forth. t is Ithl for ordered Iby ite julllltl of said clurt that the nlort of kitn o[ esid Illinor chil dlret and all personl ilntorestdl in tilho i'saRf of said miner ohddrtcn, aplioar borer thhe raid lii, trir colurt on Saturdtly, the dld day if ]altiery, 18I1, at l0lo'clock a. nl. of aitd dlay, at thle court rool of said d sIelriot eoort at tile tlart Ihloise in the city of itelela, county oif I.ecwi st ald I'arke, to show cau.e whiy all order ehould llt be grlnll I to the sail gllardlan to sell tille real estatl of said minor hilldren at pirlvate sale. Anmi thatl a copy of this order lle published at Ilest oneit a wceok for four nuoreseive woeke ill the t)tla I lilndolrcdent. a nlcwplit Itlletprtled and vtobllsihed in tilhe saidt coulnty of lewie and C'larks, state of Montana. Judeo of the district court of the I rst judicial udistrict, Dated iDee. 19. 1891. "Henry's Specifics" THiE RENOWNED ENGLISH REIEDY INFALLIBLE CURE FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND i ORGANIC WEAKNESS No mattse from what canes. ('ontaln no min.. erall. Prle II, %VhuIle al and retail dIrulgista ounply the demand, , L)epeltory for lbe t its ted Statoa and Canadal 11 Itast Thirtieth treeot. New York. The Spcilie car be seat by mail sealed on re acIpt of money. ...NEW.. Sioux City Route S. .EAST... Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIS CENTRAL B. 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; 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 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 further particulars call upon local ticket agent, or address the un dersigned at Mýnchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, jest. Gen. Pass. Agt. THE CHICAGO, L. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. .. Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosseand Milwau kee to Chicago and all points in the East. ern States and Canada. It is the only line under one manegetment between St. Pnul and Chicago, and it is the Finest Equipped Iailway in the Nortbhwo et. It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep ing cars with luxurious cmtoking-rooms, and the finest dininN-oears in the world, via the famous "River Bank Route." along the shotes of Lake Pein and the beautiful slieeiseippi river to Milwaukee and Chiao. go. Its trains connect with those of the Northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of cart of any class between St. Paul and Chicago. For through tickets, time tables, and full information, apply to any coupon ticket agent in the northwest. OTIl('E ''tt 'I TIIEll (I ON UNSUIIR vII)ed aitowrnemt Slt ad. Nolloo Ih Itceh ,. givl that in accordtaell with the IprovisilOLn i a L ti, n . n oti o r' l arOh I. 01 l, and U, iot als nl roglitlioue proesriluidl by latt lll . t hl, i llrit y lertiti I, olleot a e r til tall t tllrer ite enttictiin ot tetinity-n dayc frio m the hr.th k t hlieti ir i' lite o lit'owo will ea t,' tortltu tpli tl io t I, t hon,u'ahle st ml'ulay of the in lut' ol' fur atltithirlt to nuit auS FItIOVu aill e l tie' Ithlll coca \Vo 1. e t, h .nO ti , c ll[ h llo illnl tilt ,',l' ailltmevi tolu lO ut uPOlillf ,. II 'tttiI\IH IunIdIr ulL by Ilcatl Oi landl, vio., I eglllilht It II toint two Imttld a qtltrlocr itilttv iu tauti saitlh f t'ct of Mulan titt truth, frust lihi' tiotltlll mllo.II of tiI lltlll IAe lt celIok ind iltI usult lfllh sil I llIc'u, lltletn t I tree ttulc east, t1ito r piao, of bol,'µtlningi: saldi laits b'inu unStr tyoedl btt tyitg as.t t aestis tu h ieauirta.iler in : lw ltit t i.hltitel iti lt lortli, .f cas.a onilghlt (i) tnsl. all of aidl tlatl belitlg tltlo-i nrtl tr sit ar as Stoawa, rollm h hllt. il, h tllt, m I liut, . tlal wlolly Iiir Ii for acrhcultttiel ptlell'.sti, anlld is IuIcatd in hole counttty of Nle t, clate ull i|lllt tt t, F. . elct I'IVJINa, Of Nelltrlt lluftetulleo, .ltauna. Slate.d D)0, 110, 1811. THE PROVIDER. .Sixth Avenue and Main Street. a Soap .scented.............. .20 ........ ............. . ... SE ARE AFTER YOUR hMONEY U AND WE PROPOSE TO GET IT! By giving you more value for rour dollars than any one else;i As proof of what we say we submit the following: G:r:, - oo., ,,,- e.t .......... ...:: Ladies' and Gents' Fuhi siingDep't Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Soap....................... ,o Ladies' heavy Merino Under- I - -" wear, Crockery Departmentt. Only X5 Sto - Ladies' Silk Finish Balbrig Decorated English Por- $0 gan Underwear, , celain Dinner Sets, zoo pcs., only Only $1.25 Suit y$2Su G-ent's Lamb's Wool Under. Decorated English Por- $4.50 wear, celhin Tea Sets, 0o pieces, only _ Only $2.95 Suit Decorated Chamber $2 9 5 Bed Spreads of all kinds at ets, o pieces, NL our usual bottom prices. Glass Sets, 4 pieces, 30c 50 will still buy 2 balls of Crochet Cotton or 100 yards One-Half Gallon Glass of Spoo. Silk. Pitcher, ONLY 3 .C High-footed Glass Bowl Bakery and Confectionery Dept, to Pattons D)ecorated Di)inner Ware in open TEN POUNDS zoo 1'atterns C'hamber Sets. 5o Patterns Tea Sets. So Patterns Water Sets. I)o not forget that we are the leaders in Tinwa and louse Furnishing Goods of FOR $I every dcscri )tioi. FOsi 0I Win. Weinstein & .