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FLIlTS BORN, NOT MADE.
The Wiles and Deceiving Outward ness of the Accomplished Flirt Past Belief. And t.p Variety of the Flirt in the Whole Land Is Legion. The Athletic Flirt uenoen of the List-Of Different Sort the Botanic Flirt The Astronemic. All women are not born free and equal. It is foolish to say so.. Some possess from their oradles a subtle force which secures for them throughout life the devotion that other women cannot win with endless sao rifigc or oceans of tears. To such a woman we apply the name of "flirt," and we, the less admired and less attractive of our sex, have a foolish habit of elevating our noses and thanking heaven in loud voices that we are not as they are a proceeding which deceives no one, but is very comforting to us. W~e also have an unfounded belief that we can detect a flirt at the first glance. But in Ihis we rather exaggerate* our powers of discernment. The wiles and de ceiving outwardness of the accomplished flirt are pant belief. WVhy. even her quarry sometimes never discovers her propensity for coquetry until she has brought the flir tation to a successful linish. Of course the dirty flirt can be found out by anybody, but observe the methods of the athletic flirt. She apparently goes in for athletics and nothing else. She blids you by her impersonal conversation which runs chiefly on lawn tennis and the last field hunt. It is this which fihst attracts you. After the many different etrosg flavors of personality which you have met with in the conversation of the many different girls you have known, the impersonality of the athletic girl's con versation is as refreshing as a draught of clear water after a few drinks out of the essence bottles. You admire lier figure always clad in some close-fitting gown, tight enough to show off its magnificent curves, yet loose enough to give free movement to the supple, lissoui body. You notice the exquisitely rounded arm as she pulls a boat up the river while you lounge in the stern. You observe the little brown band resting on the oars. What long, tapering fingers and rosy polished nails! What strength in the small but steel-like wrist. She will rise at daybreak and take a ten mile tramp with von ard her brother-she invariably has a blothor--returning in time for breakatet. And what a breakfast she will east! You notioe the warm flush under her olive skin and any to yourself that there is no non sense about a woman who can eat a square meal like that. And some day, when she makes a little mono at you through the meshes of her ten nis racket, you discover she has beautiful, even, white teeth and wonderful, mis chievous, flashing dark eyes-a discovery which is so unexpected that you make a bad play and are promptly reprimanded by her for carelesnessa. How delightfal to go swimming with her and see that dusky head, those gleaming eyes, flashing above the waves. How much more delightful to ride beside her after the hounds, to see the trim, arrow like figure flyiag over a five-barred fence and hear her clear, joyous halloo at the finish. There are few flirts who so thoroughly un derstand their art as the athletic flirt, and fewer still who can render you so uncon scions of it. - Another dangerous creature is the pla tonic flirt, You will never suspect her un less you have had previous experience with one of her ilk. She is usually a young woman of about Stwenty-five summers. She is not beautiful, but has an attractive, intelligent face that grows upon you daily. She is clever, too, not being a specialist in any one branch of learning, but having rational, often orig inal ideas upon every subject under the sun. She is fond of flowers. She likes botan izing. Why not go botanizing, take a lunch and have a jolly outing? Nothing could be more charming. You go; she wears a sen sible dark blue costume, with natty jacket, stout shoes and sailor hat. You think how seldom it is one meets a woman who un derstands dressing appropriately for these jaunts. You eat your luncheon under a big tree and aftorwarus she sits on a rock and talks about platonic friendship while you lie in the grass at her feet and smoke a cigarette. She says she enjoys comradeship. She hates conventionalties. She wishes men and women could be thorough friends-platonic friends. You come home at night enthusi astic about. botany. She wears a wild rose in the band of her hat that you have placed there. She is interested in astronomy. You stroll down to the gate some night to look at the stars. It is a lovely night. The whitemoon gleains over the old garden, turning every thing to silver. The I ig trees rustle softly as if whispering to each other. Great wafts of p-rfunme come now and then firom the nodding flowers. You hold her hand-in a platonic way. Somehow you never forget that night. You read and study together. She is most sager for knowledge and you flatter your self she enjoys yiur teaching. It is de lightful to instruct such a charring creature as this. And no love-making No non sonse about her Only a mrost enjoyable bond of comllridenlhip, of thorough syem path;, until Home dIy you awake to thi realizing scnse that it is merely fl:tation unllder a rnewL lllse. Ah ! yvi are not so wise us vou thought you were. The wiles of thu flirt are past inding out, andt tir varirety of flirt is lo gion. "Eoglithb a0 I S Ie Il S11Iul" wrapped vp n hims iFI A 'Iillion I riccc A friond in need i4 a4 frielni indeed,1 4 ;4 f not le1411 au on1 0 illio 1441t1014 l~eu1 444444 jisit sUch n friend ru Dr. iint c ,Irw N )14 covory for coui00lutiou. conrl4'lll 44ad4 44411. 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In tryling to1 14a4l11 s 105 :on 114011 the1 11111 r 444r aty of the W eofonoin Cnutral lijaeo., and why ao and so many others use this thorough fare from St. Paul 'and Minneapolis and Duluth and Ashland to Milwaukee, Chiocao and points east and south, it is not neces sary to use jawbreakers. Let your extem poraneous desoantings and unuremeditated expatlations havq intelligibility and vera oicus vivacity, without rhodomontade or thrasonical bombast. Sedulously avoid all all polysyllabie profundity, paittaceoua vao* ulty, ventriloquial verbosity and vandilo quent vapidity, shun double entendres, prurient jaeotity and pestifeotus profanity, obscurant or apparent. In other words, talk plainly, naturally, sensibly, and truth fully say the Wisconsin Central lines is the route, and that ends it. Excnrtlom Rtates to Callfernia. On the 15th of each month the Northern Pasifle railroad will sell round trip tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Francisco and return, go ing via Portland and returning same way, $75. 'To San Francisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, $90. To TLos Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering San Francisco in one direction either coing or returning, $?9. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco and returning same route, To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco and returning via Saora mcnto and Ogden, $99.50. Tickets will be limited for sixty days for going pasange, with return at any time within the final limit of six months. A. D. ,n oAn, iGen. Agt., Helena. Mont. CHAs. S. F:ee, . P. & ' TA.. St. Paul. Minn. Opportunity. Master of human destiny am I, Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps wait, Cities and fields I walk. I penetrate Deserts and sees remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late 1 knock unbidden once at evely gate. If sloecing, wake; if feasting rise before I turn away. It is the hour of state And they who follow me reach every state Mortals desire. and conquer every foe Save death; but those who doubt or hesi tate Condemned to failure, penury and woe Seek me i: vain anti uselessly implore; I anawer not, and I leturn no more. JNo. J. IN.ALLs. But fail ye not in this respect, Seize every opportunity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. This is the advice of S Go. H. HEAF ORD. General Passenger Agent. Chicago, Ill. COMING TO HELENA. OR. LIEBIl & CO., **AT THE** New Merchants Hotel, March 1, 2, 3 and 4. AT BOULDER, March 5 and 6. AT PETERSON HOUSE, MARYS VILLE, Feb. 29 and March 12 and 13. AT MISSOULA, March 14 and 15. AT PHILIPSBURG, Kaiser House. March 16 and 17. AT ANACONDA, Commercial Ho. tel, March 18. DR. A. C, STODBART, The oldest and most successful San Francisco Specialist, and now President of the Liebi. World Dis pensary of Kansas City, Mo., San Francisco, Cal., and Butte City, Montana, will be at the NEW MERChiANTS HOTEL, HELENA, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 1, 2, 3 and 4. On account of enormous increase of practice can only stay at Helena four days.-March 1, 2, 3 and 4. All persons desiring to meet and consult, tree, with the greatest Special Surgeon and Physician of our greatest cities, right. here at Helena, should take advantage of this opportunity. No charge for remedies this trip, the object being to secure the me. ommendatian of all cured.. Permanent Montana Offices: 8 EAST BROADWAY, BUTTE CITY, CALL, OR WRITE. Recently the follotuinq fctirr nppeared in the Sun Francisco Chronicle. 5 l -- hl.! eetsit ci, ] n al} , nhotP two wt -)-, ,,11lI it tvq In [ ullntil IhI, I./'t tI hree orI- lial, t, " ,,;, ..t ,,ull h d -,, ,, Lok ir III, - kidney- Irfu , 1 , pl t, i tx t lu t II nlll(n till-.null . SIF YOU-. , :,r, ),m lchd kith ,, ial ,, t ,,. I, or 'iy ,]r Si nl¢,'l l]' lt r }; l t" t ,tr . ll"'w l11t l i ll r( nl ; -.! k:.,.,,i" .c.- :I IIýr .' i llt ,trI I I, - c n. i d-- 1[ 11 ...'fl v h ",).l it n "I . u ' ý " ,q ! ".I ,' '1 I ]'ll ,I., TIIE TABLE TO CWICAGO. TORIIPNST[R1 LINL, (C., ST. P., \I. & 0. RY. 'ih a it iin4 rnakiaK ca.unrrta.an at Ct.t I'aul iti A tr-a \utu;uIIi Iv fary ''ry ~j~ in I wu iv h k iur I ii.":ýg oug time In u I r-nv iiitten :in (j~elt \nitt;,r n . 7.:A to l~e' . I.ea::. ":(r,iat 1N.,theIn . 110 I r;rvt ,, vial, ruat Nuithorn : een p m Aliv,·a ! .... .... 1nO a.o a AIr Y.) t `t. ii a, Ni.t . . n 'aw Na t1'an Ivia IIrir 4fic. 7C0 ii, Arii . L IJ Yin '"flue N Pi~r'iiwn nt.nrn L~ine ":-LV-:I Pu ... :0 n i;0pi i''::1 x Aaatt:rO lin Arriana, tat ... '.u nt 7 Arri~~o at ('ht. nK " ......... J"::6 p 1)1 11 (0 a m Aiirnia t (rti,, ornr "Joli~t uolrV'wear, Lin Ht int, r liltn hoti, 'i I it ant, dant..uW to I ihI)AI, (iieraj I at .oaer AaenI.jt I' UI· Helena's Leading Business Houses.. DRY GOODS. TH1 NEW YORK DRY GOODS STOREN Main and State Streeta Latest Goods From the East, Stock Unaurpassed in the Northwest. Costumes From Paris. Every Department Complete in All Dotalln. SANDS BROS. Diealre in Dry Goods, Carpets and Fine Feao3 Goods. FOWLES' CAH1I STORE. Broadway. Opposite Independent Offle The Leading Millinery, Notion and Fancy Dr, Goods Store in thoCity. CROCKERY AND CHINA. T J. EDWADuS, 19 South Main Street. Dealer in Fine China. Crookery and Glaawane. Silverware, Tinware, Lamps, etc. FURS. ABCUC.K, - Main Street, foot of Broadway. Coats, Jackets, Capes, Muffs. Gentlemen's Fine Fnrnishing Goods. INSURANCE, THE GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CUMPAN ,. Of London. L. F. Lacroix, Agent Capital paid in, $5,00t.000. Assets over $23,.00t00D. I'APER HIANGER~ S AND )DEC(ORATORS. ). J. HOLMES, 22 North Main Street. Practical Interior Decorator in Fresco and Wall Paper. Leadion Dealer in Paper Hangings and Room eIouldinos. Store. Oliceý and House Window Shades, Curtain Poles, etc. FREIGHT TRANSFER. [ L. SMtITI. Office at J. Feldberg's Store. Main Street And at the Depot. SADDLE ANI IHARNESS MAKERS. ) W. NEiLL, Stock Saddles, Stockmen's Equipments, Harnoss of Every Description, etc. 17 North Main Street, Helena, Montana. LE(iAL BLANKS. CRAIG & DAVIDSON. Postoilico Box 777. Completo line Legal Blanks of every description MINING IACHIINtRtY. CHICAGO IRON WO.iKS. Mono CUnzickor, Western Iopresentative 4 North Main Street. Builders of General Mining and Milling Maechin,"r. BAINK BOOKS. C B. LEElilCCIIEIIR, Herald Buildrn, Broadway. tlank Books made to ardor. Pooks huled arnd Printed. ATTOIINEYS-AT-LAW. EDYAIID C. IIUISELL, I ittbolurlh Block. lSpecial Attention Paid to Patent Businelm. PROl.. E AIN FI"E<II . IT -. LINDSAY & CO. 20 anid l2 l,',arls troot. `-h,hlosal, and Jllsi! I Fraitu and P'roduce. 'ON 1I." 1'(r I IN Its. AILA DE & II E';l'i'1't~lritZLL. Pramt ial ICmn '(,rt iners. 1: EotuthMain trmit, HIleina. Mack el,,iv' i ;i Igh ; ral r , : li o s only. Ord-,r f,.r ( 'ak.I le , I ' m',ilu oail Fr-rt Img re erivse our lur. promllpt attea' iou. It' llllt~ERN ,.1 i i 1; I' IT'Ii li: , SNO(IlU l oLakh' 'l il'. thl 'r .\ enu,. Ilu mll rsr'l v, i rl ,l aI;,. I i fgrv. aunitiary W.arIL. a Hi iallt. Jobl,i:,;: ,l'm ' liI Attn"Oll d to. F . .. 111 1. . , unrmmrfIvym amllt a I llmul1., flp mlmr.r IIm1u I a'lrk NurNory. Io.una. Mont aus FURNITURE DWAIHIST. AnTUl r. cUURT.. The Loading Fnmiture Hone in Montana. Furniture, Care.ts. WVllI Paper. House Fur nshinag liod.. Music Department complete in every detail. J R. SANFOlD. Dealer la Furniture, Carpets, Shades, Lace and Chenille Curtains, JEWELERS. C B. JACQUEMIN & Ca. Leading Jewelers and Silveremithal Dealers in Diamonds, Montana Sapphires, Onar nets and Other Precious Stones. Cut G!aqs, Crystal and Solid Silverware, Pianoes, Clocks, Ironzes. Art Goods, Yaes. I1ELENA JEWELRY CO. Power Block, Sixth Avoenue. Fine Watches, Jewelry and Silverware. Jowolry Manufacturing and Watch Repairing a Specialty. COAL AND WOOD. SAND COULEE COAL COMPANY. E. C. Perret, Agent. Lump Coal, $5.25; Nut, $3.50 per ton by car and $1 in small quantities; extra stove coal. $7 per ton. Full Weight. Telephone 101. JUpto'vn Ofice in Motor Bloek, Sixth Avenue. 1IELENA LUMBER COMPANY. Agent for Galt Coal. The Best Fuel in the Market. City Office, Room 8. Thompson Blok. Telephone 14. BROKERS. _I. B. PALMER, Dealer in Investment Securities. Money to Loan, PFrchases County, School and Municipal Bonds and Warrante. Commercial Paper and Mortgage Notes. 10 Edwards St.. Merchants National Bank Bldg. BOOTS AND SHOES. L. ARNOLD, 124 Bouth Main Stret. opposite foot E,9 Wood Street, in -eopla's Loan Oiice. Boot and Shoe Maker. Repairs Neatly Made. NEW ENGLAND SHOE STORE. 11 South Main Street. Full lines Men's. Ladies' and Children's Goods. MINING AND FARH MACIIINERY. T. C. POWER & CO.. Main Street and Helena Avenue jobbers and Dealers in Mining and Farm Machinery, Steam Boilers, Pumps and Hoists, Wire Hfoisting Rope, Quartz, Lumbar and rarm Wagons. Brown's Patent and Maine Bob Slede GUN AND LOCKSMITHS. CHABLES T. MORRELL, Practioal Gun and Locksmith. Manufacturer of and Dealer in Guns, Rifles and Revolvers. All kinds of Sporting Goods. Silver. nicl.le and gold plating and oxidizing. Gns male to orler and repairel. Safe work, lock work and key fitting. All kinds of repair ing pronmlly dtrone. 17 North Main stroeet. Helena. Mont., oposite Grand Central Iotel. MERCHANT TAILORS. I Se FINKELEBTEIN, The Eou Ton Tailor. Fine line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Bailt Made to Order. Ensiness Suits, $70 up. Pants, $8 up. Dress units, .'.5 up. Dress Pants, lt up. All ork guaranteid and 'a isfaction aiured. 107 B. Main at.. International Hotel Building. GROCEIS. C .iREIBOLD & CO. btaple and Fancy Grocer% And Dealers in Hay and Grain. No. 15 Bridge Street. Telephone No. 193. Ielena. Mocanse A I. GATES GIIOC-EIIY CO. Bole Heleona Agents for llichmoind Creamery Batter. Telelhono 19. I3ACII, COlY & CO. Sixth Avenue and Main Streets. Wholesale and Hetail Grocers. The Largies and lint rtlick Carried in the StaE. Fine Cigars and Candles. BUITCHI ERS. a1ARES & FIBILER,. 110 Broadway, I olona, Montan. CIoice cuts of Fresh Mest.. L rd and Sausage alnays on hand. T L. MA'ITIIEWS, Wholesale and He'ail uanlers in FIresh Moats Lard and 4ousaago. 403 North Park. BIIOADIWAY Mit'ATl' IAIKIEt. John J. Back, I'roprietor. W nlis l nd it ti aler in nroah Meats li'uuliltry. l'lh nail (tisue. aeIuIsissPO Igl. FINANOIAL INSTITUTIONS, FIRST NATIONAL BANLK. Paid Up Capltta PO( Q00O. tieplus asw Poflta, $S70,000, United States Depository, S. T. Hauser, President. T l hnid W. KnT ht. Cashier. T. H HloinMhmidt.. Aessetant Cashier. Gee i. . Hll, Second Assastaat Cashies SECOND NATIONAL BANK Paid Up Capital, $5.000. Sarplus and Profite, $25,000 E. D. Edaerton. President. C. K. Cole Vice President. Geo. B. Child. Cashier. Joseph N. Kenok. Aee't Cashier. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK. CapitaL $200,000. T. O. Power, President. A. J. toligman, Vice President. A. C. Johnson. Cashier. George F. Cope, Aes't Cashier Interest Allowed on Time Deposits THE THOMAS CRUSE SAVINGS BANK. Pain In Capital, $100,000. Thee. Cruse, President. Frank K. Cruse, Vice President. Win. J. Cook, Aes't Treas. and Seo'y. Winm. J. Sweeney. Treasurer. Four Per Cent. Interest on Savings Deposits. Compounded July and January. MONTANA NATIONAL BANK. Capital- Paid In, $500,000. Su, plus and Profits, $200,0U0. United States Depository. C. A. Broadwater, President. L. O. Phelps, Vice President. Hi. L. McCulloh, Cashier. A. L. Smith. Assistant Cashier. MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK. Paid Up Capital. $530,000. Surplus and Profits. $00,000. United States Depository. L. H. Horshfield, President. A. J. Davidsen. Vice President. Aaron Hershfield, Cashier. WIOLESALE AND RETAIL IdQUORS. Established 1860. MARKS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Straight Kentucky Whiskies, Lmportedand Domestio Wines, Liquors, Cigar and Tobaccos. Smnokers' Articles. No. 15 Northa'aMi reet. E..slna. lMountana. AIPE G O DKIND. Seventh Avenue and Main Street, Wholesale Dealers in Wines. Liquors and Cigars HOTELS. THE BIUNTOL. CHrner S. Main and State Streets, Helens. Montana. Gas, EleetrIo Light, Steam Heat and Elevator Service. Street Care To and From All Depote Every Fifteen Minutes. Finlay Urquhart, Prop. THE OiUWOPOLITAN. A~etnU1 Hotel and Restaurant. h1elena. Montana. EoUst40c. 750 and $1. Meals 25c. Sample .ooms for Commercial Travelers. HI. C. Eurgard. Proprietor. BELVIDERE HOUSE. 511 and 513 North Main Street. European Hotel and Restaurant. Rooms, 50c, 750, 1, $1.25 and $1.50 per day. Regular meals 25c. Regular neal hours: Breakfast. 6 to 9 a. m. dinner. 11:10 a. m. to2 p. rn.: uplper, 5:30 to 9lp. m. Meals cooked to order at all hours. Special rates by week or month. Modern conveniences. D. A. McDonald. pIroprietor. MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL. harcus Lissner. Proprietor. First Class iin Every Respect. Ra'es $2 Per Day and Upwards. The Celebrated Mineral Spring Water Used Exclusively. W INDSOR HOUSE. * 41417 North Main Street. European and American Pians. Modern Conveniences. Rates $1.25 to $2.00 Per Day. A. P. Ginchereau, Proprietor. BOTTLING WORKS. 'HELENA BOTTLING _WORIKS, 327-329 Water Street. Merritt & Co., Proprietors. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Sods Water, Hoot Beer, Ginger Ale, seltzer Water. Orders by mail receive prompt attention. FANCY GOODS, HE BEE 1IVE, Sol. GenzJoerger & Co. 5 North Main Street. Fancy Articles of every dseriltion. The larg est anu mos,.t eolllptle lIepartmont Store in Ifeleuna. MUSI('AL. INSTI1RUMENTS. CAPITAL CITY MUSIC CO, (D. B. Howe, V. 11. Hlowe.) Exclusive Music House. 822 Ninth arenue. Helena, Montana. BRlilt EW ERI ES. AL LAt'IZ IBRI WI N( CO., (.f Milwaukee. llilch Irose. Wholesale D)ealers in Milwaukee I ager Heer. Helena. Montana. lELE1CA HlItEWEIY, Miller & Co., l'roprltors 01lleo .i South Main Street. Yetablieshed 1805. Irewers and bottlers of first quality oleor. Shipped to all railroad points in Montana. CLOTHIERS AND GENTS' FURNISHEPR. GANLS KLZEN. Broadway aInd Main Street. Finest Store, Beat Goode and Largest Stook iN the State. Clothing for Men, Boys aud Children Faehionable Foreign Noveltia' irva Floors Full of New Goods. LOEB & BRO. 85 5. Main Stroat. Dealers in Clothing, Boots and Shoor, Hata and Furnishlng Goods, Blankets and Qults. The Only Cash Clothing Store in Helena. -.EED. CRAIG & SMITH CO. Gold Block. Dealers in Fine Neckwoer, Holer. a rwar Handkerchief, UmOrellas. Mufflere. Traveiing Cases. Eta. Fine Shirts Made to Order. THE BOSTON CLOTHING COMPANY 21-25 South Main Strout. Dealers in Fine Clothing and Gietlomen's Furnishing Goodse. Etook Large and Adapted to Every Need. J. FELDBERG. Wholesale and Iletail Dealer In Road3 Made Clothing and Gento' Furnishing Goode. TICKET BROKERS. A GOLDI3BEIG, Cut :-ate Railroad Ticket Offioe, 55 Sooth Main Street, Helena, Mont. Tickets Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Mlember Guarantee Tickot Brokers' Association. LOAN OFFICES. pEOPLES LOAN OFFICE. 121 South Main Street. Money Advanced on Ali Personal Property. Unredeemne Pledger, Consisting of Clothing, Watches, Diamonds, t nes, 1 ietol, Etc.. For Sale. P. O. Box 535, Hlelena, Montana. UNCLIt SAM'S LOAN OFFICE CO. Corner Main and Wall Streets. (Old First National Bank Building.) Mloney Loaned at low ila toof Interest on All Linde of Collatornal. $10,00C in Unredeemed Pledges For Sala. Railroad Ticket o lought and Sold, MAIRBLE WOIIRKIS. MONTANA lMAIILI.t WORKS, Lower Mainl Street. O. F. Smith, IProprietor. Manufacturer of American and Itilidn Marblo and G ranlieo Monuments. ('ometory work executed in the neatest style. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. tRUTCHER & GARLAND. (T. E Crutoher, IL. C. Garland) Attorneys at Law. Rooms 7 and 8, Bailey Block. Mininn crororation and real estate law spiolal. Sesg. Wilt practice in all the state courts, in the United Stateos cremo conrt and before all the loparlim]]n in Wa.lt.uiiitn city. in connection ith lion. A, 1ii. Garland. late attolney general. 1)1. iD. I. C CAIBH lCt L3EL. Diseases of Women and Children Special Attention. elena,. Montana. SHBU5RN K. IlAlRIOUtl, Attorneoy and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Helena. Mont. UASSE"INA BULLARD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Will practice In all courts of record In th stat.. Ol!ico in Goldl Block. Heleona, Mont:. 8tIZEt & KEERL, Civil and Mining Engincers U. rn. Deputy Mineral Strveyors. Mineral pl onts escure. Rooms 12-13, htlas Building, HoA ina. Mout. LR. M. ROCKMAN. Physician. Surgeon, Acconchor, Ocullet, Anrist. Member of San Francisoo Medical Society, lso Nevada Stat., Medical Socienty. Office on Main street. ovar Stoiaruelz Jewelry Store. THE CHICA60, S -MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Milneapolis via La Crosse and Milwaukee to Chicago and all points in the Eaistern states and Canada. It is the only line under one manage.ment between S:t. Paul and Chicago, and it. is the linest equipped railway in the Northlwest. It is the only line run ning Pullman drawing-rooln sleep ing cars with the luxurious smok ing-roon.t,, and the ihnost dining ca:rs in the vorld, via the famous R'iver Bantk lout," along the sho1re1 of Lake IFopin and the beau tiral Mtssislpyti river to Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains connect with those of the northern lines in the Grand Unlion depot. at St.. Paul. No change of cars of any class bo tweon SLt Paul and Chicago. For thr!ough ticker.i , tirnte tables, and lull itnorniation, apply to any c•toupon ticket agent in the NorLh west. S ALI': OF 114.l, ER'I'TAl'--RY VIll'TUE OF a ladireo tit:st in tihe ditrict ci',rt of thl First jtudicial dliri ctf the state ci lltnatan. i nod ifor the oillltty of Lewis aUd Clarko, oil thi .ltet day tof Octolber, A. I). 18t1t. in the suit of \Vi!lianm I. Ilecter, plaintil, ancaintt Samuol Alexandor. d-hfondant. the iundecrigned, as a master or said court, aii jinted for that pnr poi., will cell to lhe hlighil-t bilddlr. for calt h. on 8 eldnesdy. tii "II b dty of I-ul-ruarn,. A. I. 1812. at the hour oif 1: o'clock coon oi ttltl aidy, at the front door iof tile court hotue in the city of Ilel-un. anll tle right. litle andti Interest of the aiil Williait F. Ilc.tor in ani to Ihut, following lito.utibld real eslatat. shitunts* in tho city ctf |ls in-,. countly of Lewis and I larko and state of Sc,,taltla: Sot Itt In block 10, lota andol 4 in block 1!. lot 24 in bIlok it. I ulot in blck 19t. lot 12 in block l2t. lit 12 i: mlock 21. lots 7 ald 8 in blook It, lit 1 in i blocok 2A. lot IN in block 25, lot 12 in Iclmok Mi. lots I andi 2tcc clihck II. end lot 12 itc bhlcik t7, all of salul ite alid bhlikl ltmin ill thl. ilower Gartlu additiot toi said ity lif Illmin, JOleN II. .At18o2. liolons Mont.. Fob. U.. ,D. 1819.