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CAN IMITATE ANY BIRD,
Peculiar and Delightful Accom plishment of a Pretty Girl From Michigan. Her Medley Includes the Phlegm atic Duck and the Giddy Skylark. Can't Whistle and Never Held Converse With Birds-Hew Her Wonderful Gift Was Developed. It is straight from the throat that Miss Mabel Stephenson let1 loose upon the audi ences at the Casino every evening that wonderful flood of rippling, twittering bird melody. It seems rather a pity to have to be physi ological in speaking of such genuine wild poetry of forest and meadow as she gives as and to mix it up with thoraxes and bronchial tubes and other dissecting room gayeties. But when you see a young girl open one corner of a small and decidedly pretty mouth and calmly let loose a whole ilook of the sweetest song birds known, it is a very natural thing, after the first siook of surprise is over, to ask how on earth she does it, says the New York World. At least it is natural in this praetical, in quiring age. Very likely if there were just now any et-iking instances of affliction with the disease we would have learned scientists collaring the microbes of the Shakespearian poetic frenzy and vaccinat ing people with them, and a very whole some thing it would be if it tended to mod ify a few of the pangs the public now and then suffers from some of the modern magazine bards. But that has no more to do with Miss Stephenson than Miss Mabel Stephenson has to do with the opera bouffe called "Uncle Celestin," into the first act of which she suddenly bursts with her sweet turmoil of bird music without any partic ular rhyme or reason, but as a very pleas ant relief from the crazy horse-play of the piece. It is really very remarkable what this modest and gentle-faced young girl does. She is such a very quiet and unobtrusive young person at first sight that the sur prise when she gives you the first intima tion of her gifts is all the greater. You know when she appears that she has noth ing to do with the delirious rubbish that is happening on the stage, but that she is about to do something you are sure, of course, or she wouldn't be there. When in har, ver aytlesa way she begius her little recitation.about birds, and then suddenly breaks into it, and from that moment goes wavering and winding all through it that marvellous linked chain of all the liquid bird melody of anentire forest and menaow bird orchestra, the effect is quite startling. Shut your eyes and you are no longer in the frowzy atmosphere of a theater in the blizzard month of March. It is an early morning in June and you are out in the woods somewhere. There are no electric lights and gas jets; it is blazing summer sunlight. It is the odor of the forest, not of the footlights, that comes to you. Cer tainly it is a very astonishing thing to be done just by the loosening and contracting of vocal chords with the valuable aid of bronchial tubes and a thorax. Miss Stepenson says, and after hearing her you are quite prepared to believe it, that she can imitate any bird that wears wings and feathers, and as wings and feathers are part of the anatomical equip ment of all birds, it amounts to saying that she can imitate them all. She can give the judicious and non-frivolous "quack, quack" of the conservative and serious-minded duck as accurately as she can imitate the giddy, soaring song of the vanishing sky lark. It was a very early acquisition with her. She took to talking bird lingo almost as soon as she took to talking the sound commercial English of Michigan, where she was born. She is a true American girl, Miss Stephen son, and she has mingled in the very best American bird society. Her repertoire is almost exclusively that of our own sweet singing American birds. She was in Eng land recently and picked up the songs of the thrush, nightingale and skylark, just to show these stars of English bird opera that their songs were easy enough, and that anybody who had had a course in an Amer ican bird music conservatory could do them. But it is the whip-poor-will, the yellow-breast, the chickadee, the redbird, the catbird, the meadow-lark, the swallow, the bobolink and, of course, the robin with the red waistcoat-these are the birds, good Americans all, whose songs she loves best to sing. 'Then she can give to perfection the weird, melancholy cry of the loon and can pipe so like the quail that you have only to shut your eyes and fancy that you are out in the brown stubble of the hields. Neither the domestic goose nor the grave and rev erend owl can be classed exactly among the merry warLlini songsters of the feathered kind, but they each have a method of ex pressing disapeproval similar to that fre quently adopted by audiences before which such pieces as "Uncle Celestia" are pro duced, and this, too, Miss Stephenson can imitate to perfection. Whether birds sing just because they are halpy on general principles, or whether they sing as mortals whistle, for want of thought, become interesting questions in view of Mliss Stepheuson's gifts. If their songs are not songs but observations made in the line of conversation, then we are get ting into the field occupied by the man who has made moukey language a study and who uroposes to shut himself up in a cage in the wilds of Africa and take a nuiversity course of monk dialect under the instruo tion of the most able gorilla and ourang outanil professors. If this man cn talk moronkey then surely Miss Stephenson can talk t!:, n. mre telodious and graceful lan- gulae of the birds. . a langh L wien thin suggestion is made to her and says sRhe never has taken part in any bird (osoip. and never, indeed, tried to talk to birds, although they very readily anew-.r he: imitation of bird crise. It was sniply for he. own arnnsement that ahe first developed her remarkable i[lts of inee. tateieu, antel now uhe hbai found that aihe can turn it to a soneco of erofit and this she is douce. icer br4 I etlanano educntion was only justr hb.u:n t!la country oat in Michigan. W\hen at. as a very little girl she came to New Yrk 1i live, and amace then she har, had te iep leid up!on bird ttores and upon I such birdi as she and iar friends poesass for hebar taition. Now, to come back to the physiological feature of the matter, thetre are a good many people who will tell you just exactly how bliss Stephenson does these wonderful imiteations. It Is nothing more than whist ling, pure and simple, emany of therm will nay. 1 he very ka)en anrd knowing ones sneer even at whistling. Nobody could wlhistle in that way, they say, with jnst tihe whi .tiing apparatus furnished by nature. MII s tte;.hlensou, they will tell you, has some ingenious little mechanical device for imaking the sounds, which she oonceals in her mouth. All this msakes the gifted bird soloist laugh. iShe could not whistle a note if she tried, she says, and as for carrying some thing in her mouth you have only to watch hter as she gives the imitations to be con vinced that that is all rubbish. She simply has ia marvelous development of the vocal chords, which has bren developed by years of practice that began whellln she was a mere child, eand when thle throat muscles and vocal chords were pliant and flexille. ''hee sounds corne strasllht from the throat, as was remarked at the beginning of this arti cle, iand is you can see very plainly your sel; if you are near by when the imitations are given. You will then very distinctly obeseve the throat flutter, as does that of a canary when he is soaring ulc in the high notes of some of his dizziest trills. Speaking of trills, Mller lStephenson says these, ourloaly enougha are the easest and and least tiresome of the bird songs to imi tate. It is the short, sharp twitters and the long wailing cries which are the most try ie it were not that her bird imitations are so amazing as to overshadow other things, Miss Stepheneon would be almost as popu lar for her skill in recitations. Her rendi tion of James Whitoomb Hiley's "Goblins" is to a high daeree artistie aad charming. Good Looks, Good looks are more than skin deep. de vending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look; if your stomach be dis ordered you have a dyspeptic look, and if your kidneys be affeetedyou haves pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric bitters is the great alterative and toni; acsts directly on these vital argans. Cuares pimples. blotehes. boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at t. S. Halo I& Co.'s drag store; o00. per bottle. Excarrsoat Rlte to Callfernia. On the 15th of each month the Northern Pacific railroad will sell round trip hiekets toCalifornia voints as follows: Helena to San Franeiseo and return, go ing via Portland and returning same way, $75. To San Francisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and Silver Dow, $90. To Los Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering San Francisco in one direction either going or returning, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco and returning same route, $98. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco and returning via Saora mento and Ogden, $99.50. Tickets will be limited for sixty days for going passage, with return at any time within the final limit of six months. A. D. EvDGA, Gen. Agt., Helena. Mont. CnHs. S. FEE. 0. P. & '. A.. St. Paul, Minn. Opportunity. Master of human destiny am I, Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps wait, Cities and Aseld I walk. I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late lknock unbidden once at eve:y gate. If sleeping, wake; if feasting rise before I turn away. It is the hour of state And they who follownme 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 in vain and uselessly implore; I answer not, and I return no more. JNO. J. INOALLS. But fail ye not in this respect, Seize every opportunity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. This is the advice of Gro. H. HEAF.onD. General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Ill. Are You Sufering From back aohe, inlammatina of the blad der, drick dust deposit or stone in the blad der, or in fast any derangement of the kidneys or urinary orgaan? If thus anicted do not le.s tmea and wastomeoney on worth. less linimeats and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at ones by using the greatestef all known remediss, the eel. ebrated Oregon 4idaey Tea. Plseaunt to take, purely vegetable. Betisfaction overy time. O.TICE OF CITY ELECTION-NOTICE IS hereby given that the annual city election of the city of Helena, Montana, will be held on Monday, the 4th day of April, A. D. 1892, to elect the following officers: One Mayer. One Police Magistrate. ino t iry 'Treasurer. One Alderman in each ward, except that in the becond ward two Aldermen will be elected, one for thie long term and the other to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of C. I1. Giarrett. 'lihe polls will open at nine o'clock a. m. and close at seven o'clock p. m. of said day. 'ltie tollowing have been selected as the voting places: l'irt ward, First precinct-No. 215 State street. lit: t ward. Second precnct--No. 213 S. Main street. Penn block. Second ward, Third precinct-Allan's etaple, Breckenl idge street. becond ward, Fourth precinct-No. 26 Jackson street. thompson bleck. Third ward, Frfth precinct-Homer block, corner Park avenue and Clark. Third ward. Sixth precinct-No. 27 Clore street. Fourth ward, Seventh precinct-No. 210 N. lodney treet. Fourth ward, Eighth precinct-Windsor house, Main a reet. Fifth ward, Ninth precinct-Old brewery, Park Fifth ward. Tenth precinct-llose house..Spruce and Madison avenue. Sixth ward. Eleventh precinct--Hose house, Lyndale avenue. Sixth ward. Twelfth precinct-No. 1309 Helena avenue. Boyle's real estate office. Seventh ward, Thirteenth precinct--Blake's house, corner Hillsdaie and Beattie streets. Sov"nth ward. Fourteenth precinct-No.' 524 Eighth avenue. Herman Harris res dence. The judges heretofore selected by the city council for the respective precincts will act at said election and will also act as a board of registration, meeting for that purpose at the polling pitces in the r said respective precincts at one o'clock p. m. Monday. the 26th day of March, A. D. Ithe, and remaining in session, with an intermission of one hour. unt.l 10 o'clock p. m. Said hoard of registration will sas n meet on Thureday, the 31st day of March, at one o'clock p. m. of said day, and remain in session. with an intermi sion of one hour, until 10 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of finally completing the registry lists. Bly order of the city council, ARTHUrt J. CtIAVEN, City Clerk. SCUMMON--IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the First judicial istrict of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarko. oiustave A. Uhrig, plaintiff, vs. Mary J. Uhrig, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above namred defendant: You are hereby rebquired to appear in an a tion brought against you by the above named plain tiff in thediotricd court of the first judicial dis trict of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarme, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (erxclusive of the day of service) after tlhue ewrvlre on you of this summons, if served within this coint,; or, if served out of this county, but wntiuin this disrictwithin twenty days; otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be take s aginst you, according to the prayer of said crmplaint. T'he asid action is brouogt to obtain a decree of said court dissolving the bonds of matritolny exivsin LbstLweeu the ylaintiff and doeenitant, on tile rouund that on or about th montll of No sveiher,. A. D). 188J, the said defendant disregard ing the solomnity of her marriage vows, will fully and without canes deserted and abanudonaed the pliat .ft. and over asince has, and still non tiners ao to willfully and wlthont cause desert and abandon said plaintiff ael to live solisratl and apsrt fromu hint without any sollicieut c:aus and ra,on. and againbt his will and witllh:t his consent. ail of whi h appears more fully itu the cormplaint. on ile herein, to which spnt:,al rofor e'tti- "I hereby mad-. And you are hereby ntlfied that if youn fail to appoar ani answer the said complasint, as abose req ired. the said pIlaintiff will apply to tto court for the relief demniildvd in thiv. ot!'aint. liotn ounder soy hand aid the seal of the dis triit ('onro of the First. judicial district of tlhe slate of iMontana. in and for the county of Lwis and (;larks, thin Itith day of ' hiiruaru. in the year of ole lord one tlouasd eight hundred and ilne:y -two. SIoAeL.] 1(1tIN BEAN, C'lerk. By If. I. T'uO ir ,:, Ih,: ute I 'tirc. I, Is. IN Stwle;, A tornOy for Plailtiff. Vi'. will l,ay the abiuii O 'lr Iar fir tiay ia..o f IsA,.r (minllaiul I.)ytptioia. ti(. I,iidsiliv, In 'igol ,iou. 'iO ll. ll, l,,o itr (i.iltlvuinisl wit Ian not ,'tore iitl, \,%i'o h it'i;ota'ile live" tuill,,, wii t!.ohli, . ii:' ala s ric tty i'o inllieu with. 'I.i! at,. iii'(-ly vos'. blJ,,, ni ll niivt'r fail ho give ras in fa ttit,, Nlogie' t , stli . litg0 voce, 15 .ontI. i ls,:wars, of ,*ointrfil'ti nli inoitatiun. Tlht go niinui u ti.l by Iy t. '1. l'isrtnl sl . 5 oI., J +, 1ti. "Henry's Specifics" THE IIE JWNIEDI ENGLISH REMEDY INFALLIIILE CURE FOIl SNERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE. BRAIN TROUBLE AN1D ORGANIC WEAKNESS SNn matter from what cause. Contains no mis. Serals. I)si' $1l, Wholesale and retail druggists Suoppy Ihe demand, DiepLito.sy for the United Staten and Canad; 1 II I.at 'llittiethla sreol. New York. The pnpoltic can be bent by mail sealed oN re e eispt of Inuits. Helena's Leading Business Houses. DRY GOODS. TmE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, Main and State Street; Laeet Goode rem the Eaet. Stock Uasurpassed in the Northwest. Costumes From Paris. Ivery Department Complete in All Details. ODB BROm Dealers in Dry Goods. Carpets and Fine Lanoy Goods. FOWLEB' CASH STORE. Broadway, Opposite Independent Offie The Leading Millinery. Notion and Fancy Dr, Goods Store in the City. CROCKERY AND CHINA. F. JBDWAb1DS. 19 South Main Street. Dealer in Fine China. Crockery and Glaware. Silverware. Tinware. Lamps, etae. FURS. BABCOOK. Main Street, iot of Broadwae Coats, Jackets, Capes, MaIff Gentlemen's Fine Furnishing Goods. INSURANCE, THE GUARDIAN ABSSRAN CE COMPAMY. Of London. L. F. Lacroix, Agent Capital paid in, $5,000,000. Assets over $23,O00.O00 PAPER HANGERS AND DECORATORS. 0., J. IHOiMS, 22 North Main Street Practical Interior Decorator in Fresco and Wall Paper. Leading Dealer in Paper Hangrings ad Room Moulding. Store. Ofies and Jiouse Window Shades, Crtain Poles, to. FREIGHT TRANSFER. J. L. SMITH. Office at J. Feldberg's Store. Hain Street And at the Depot. SADDLE AND HARNESS hAKERS. W. NELL, Stock Saddles, Stoekmen's Eqeipments Harness of Every Description. eta. 17 North Main Street, Helena. Montana, LEGAL BLANKS. CRAIG & DAVIDSON. Postoffice Box 777. Complete line Legal Blanks of every description MINING MACHINERY. CHICAGO IRON WORKS. Meno Unzicker, Western Representative. 4 North Main Street. Builders of General Mining and Milling daohinerj. BLANK BOOKS. CH B. LEBKICHER. Herald Building, Broadway. Blank Books made to orde. Books Ruled and Printed. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Pittsburgh Block. Special Attention Paid to Patent Businese. PRODUCE AND IFRESH FRUItTS. LINDSAY & CO. 20 and 22 Edwards Street. Wholesale and Retail Fruits and Produce. CONFECTION ERS. SALADE & IIE'PPE DII EZIEL Practical ('onfectioners. 13 8outh Main Strout, Helena. Make choice high grad. goodl only. Orders for Cakes, l., ('roanm and Fruit Ices re ceive our mnet prompt attention. PLUMBEIRS AND AS FI TITEItS, )NOGIIUE & MIcGA 'tiTY. £4 'Park Avenue. Plumbers and Gas Fittere. ISanitary Work a pehcialty. Jobbing Promptly Attoendd t"A 'elephone h. N I' R Y I'IM EN. T. E. MILLd. ]ursermnan and I andncap (Gardener. HIotel Park Nursery. Hulolna, Montana FURNITURE DEALERS. ARTHUR P. OURTIN. The Leading Flrnituees Hsoe Monlta.a lnrnitnre, Ceapis Wall Paper, koas Fur. Music Department complete in every detail. B. SANFOID. Dealer in -urniture. Carpets hadee, Lace and Chenille Curtains, JEWELERS. ' B. JACQUEMIN A Co. Leading Jewelers and Bilversmiths Dealers in Diamonds, Montana Sapphires. Gar nets and Other Precious Stones. Cut Glass. Crystal and Solid Silverware Pianos. Clocks,. Bronzes,. Art Goods. VasYws. HELENA JEWELRY CO. Power Block, Sixth Avenne. Fine Watches. Jewelry and Silverware. Jewelry Manufacturing and Watch Repairing a Specialty. COAL AND WOOD. SAND COULEE COAL COMPANY. E ( Perret, Agent. Lump Coal. $5.25 Nut, $3.50 per ton by ear and $S in small quantities; extra stove coal, $7 per ten. Full Weight. Telephone 101. Uptown Omcs in Motor Block. Sixth Avenue. 1HELENA LUMBER COMPANY. Agentfor .at Coal. The Best Fuel in the Market. iW Office, Boom 8. Thompson Bleoek Telephone 14. BROKERS. H. B. PALMER. Dealer in Investment ecuriti.sa. Money,to Loan. Purchases Count, Seohool and Munioipal Bonds and Warrals . Commercil Paper and Mortgrage Notes. 10 Edwards St., Merchants National Bank Bldg. BOOTS AND SHOES. L. ARNOLD, 12S4 outh Main Street. opposite foot .e Wood Street, in People's Loan Office. Boot and Shoe Maken Repairs Neatly Made. NEW ENGLAND SHOE STOB3 11 South Main Street. Fall lines Men's. Ladies' and Children's Goods. MINING AND FARM MACHINERY. T. C. POWER & CO., Main Street and Helena Avenu, jobbers and Dealers in Mining and Farm Machinery, Steam Boilers, Pumps and Hoists, Wire Hoisting Rope, Quartz, Lumber and Farm Wagons. Brown's Patent and Maine Bob SBlae GUN AND LOCKSMITHS. CHARLES T. MORRELL, Practioal ann and Locksmith. .Manufacturer of and Dealer in Guns, Rifles and Revolvers. All kinds of Sporting Goods. Silver. nioLle and gold plating and oxidizing. Guns made to order and repaires. Safe work, lock work and key fitting. All kinds of repair ing promptly done. 11 North Main street, Helena. Mont., opposite Grand Central Motel. MERCHANT TAILORS. SFINKELESTEIN, The Beon Ton Tailor. Fine line of Gents' Furnishing Goode. Salts Made to Order. Business Suits, $30 up. Pants. 88 up. Drees Suits. I35 up. Dress Pants, $11 up. All work guaranteAd and ralisfaction assured. 107 S. Main st., International Hotel Building. GROCERS. REIBOLD & CO. Staple and Fancy Grocers, And Dealers in Hay and Grain. No. 15 Bridge Street Telephone No. 193. Helena, Montana. A. . . ATES GROCEHRY CO. Sole Helena Agents fee Richmond Creamery Buttee. Telephone 19 BACH, CORY & CO. Sixth Avenue and Main Streets. Wholesale and Retail Groers. The Largest and Best Stock Carried in the State. Fins Cigars and Candles. BUT('IElERS. FRANK MAlES, . 110 Broadway, Helena Montana. Choice cuts of Fresh Monls. Iard and Sausago always on hand. T" L. MATTIIEWS. Wholesale and Heiall Dealers In Fresh Meat. Lard and Sausage. 403 North Park. BROADWAY MEAT' MARKET, John J. Back, Propsrietor. Wholesale and 1totail Dealer in Irresh Meatý oultry Ieih and a19me.. 'I[sicpione 191. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, I1BT NATIO AL DANE. Uited tSt . Dpsitory. . T. Hauier, Preideit. T. H. Kltone hmidt. A .Wstant bst. l illo. . ailc, 19eend AUsistal t Cashli. 8MCOND NATIONAL _BAD Paid Up Capital. 87,M04 a.rpls and Ptrdte. 858,00. D. . d edrt Preside .nt. Gee Chid Cuber. Josoph 1N. Kenok. As't C(ashier. HB AMEBICAN NATIONAl. BANLE Capital. $200,000. T, CQ Power, Presldent. A. J. ,eligmu, Vice President. A. . Johnson. Cuashier. George F. Cope, Ass't Cashit Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. ºHE THOMAS CORUE SAVINGS 'BANK. Pain In Capital, $100,000. Thbo. Craew, President. Prank K. CrOss, Vice President. Wi. J. Cook, Aas't Treae. and Seo'y. Wm3. S. Sweeney, Treasurer. Four Per Cent. Interest on Savings Deposits. Compounded July and January. MONTANIA NATIONAL BANE. Capital Paid In. $500,000. Su pluos and Protts, 200,000. United States Depository 0. A. Broadwter, President. L. . Phelps. Vies lPresident. R. L. MeCulloh, Cashier. A. L Smitk. Assistant Cashier. MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK. Paid Up Capital, 1$50.000 Surplus and Profts, $90,006 United States Depository. SIL H.rshfield, Preeident. A. J. Davidson. Vice President. Aaron Hersheld, Cashier. WHOLESALE AN9D RETAIL LIQUORS. Established 1866. . MARKS. Wholesale sand Retail Dealers in Straight Kentacky Whiskies. Imported and Domestie Wines. Liquors. Cigar and Toehcoos. Smekers' Articles. No. 15 NorthMaiL Street. Hs elna. Montana. nsLh Areauns and Main StBrt Wholesale Dealers in Wianes Liquors and Cigrs HOTELS. .B.RITOL MCoeH r SSaLn and State Streets, Helena. Montan. Gas. Etsrie Light, Steam Heat and Elevates Service. Street Gres To and From All Depots Every Fifteen Minutes. Finlay Urquhart. Prop HW GQggOPOLITAN. ýggaIg Hotel and Restaurant Helena. Montana. gMitNe. 75. and $L Meals 25e. eampi Beems for Commercial Travelers. H. C. Euargard. Proprietor. BLVIDEBE HOUSE. Sl uad 513 North Main Street European Hotel and Restaunrant. Rooms, 50e, 15e. S1l.$25 and $1.s0 per day. egnlar meales 250. eanlar mal hoers: Breakfast, 6 to 9 a. m.; dinner. 11:0 a. min. to2 p. m.: supper, 5:30 to9p. m. Meals eoekod to order at all hours. Special rates by week or month. Modern conveniences. D. A. McDeaald. proprietor, MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL. Marcus Liesner. Proprietor. First Class in Every Respect. Rates $2 Per Day and Upwards The Celebrated Mineral Spring Water Used Exclusively. WINDBOS HOUSE.iL 4114-U North Main Street. Europeanand American Plans. Modern Conveniences. Rates $L25 to 22.00 Per Da, A. P. Glncherean, Proprietor. BOTTLING WORKS. HELENA BOTTLING WORKS. 327-329 Wate BStreet. Merritt & Co., Proprietors. Manufacturers and Wholeesle Dealers in Sods Water, Root Beer, Ginger Ale, Seltzer Water. Orders by mail receive prompt attention. FANCY GOODS, THE BEE HIVE. SoL Genzoerger & C. I North Main Street. Fancy Artieles of every description. The loneg eat ant most complets Department Sltore in Helena. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. CAPITAL CITY MUSIC CO. (D. B. Howe. V. B Howe.) Ezelnsive Music House. 822 Ninth avenue. Helena, Montana. BREWERIES. VAL BLATZ BREWING CO.. Of Milwaukees Milch Bros.. Wholesale Dealers in Milwaukee Lager Beer. Helena, Montana. 1HELENA BREWERY. Miller & Co.. l'ropeletor. Pflie 65 Bouth Main Street. Established 1865. Brewers and bottlers of first quality Bees. Shipped to all railroad points in MoLtana. CLOT.iARSJ AND GENTS',1FURNISH ERS. :a$ n SLEW. Brocwy eudnMa stret: - nsts Beat ods and L+rg st S·oekl oTheOny for hln er. t Noveltlen 11wr 11 S Full of New Sadie OEB &I B1C, iS S. Main Street. Dealer. in Clothing. Boote and Shor, Hat and OIFarnihlnI Goode. Blankets and Quilta. The Only Cash Clothing Store in Helena. EBED OCRAIG & SMITH C. Bold Iook. Dealers In Fle Necke ater derwea rMouere4 Travelin aee. Eta. Fine Shirts Made to Order. THE BOSTON CLOTHING COMp£A1 38-25 South Main Street. Dealers in Fine Olothing and G atlemen's Parnai.ag Goods, tock Large and Adapted to Every Need. J FELDBERG. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Beady Made Clotleg and Gents' Fouarnishlag Goodse TICKET BROKERS. A. GOLDBERG, Cut Rat. Railroad Ticket OMe, IU South Main Street. Helens Moat. Tickets Bought, Sold and Exchanged, Member Guarantee Ticket Brokers' Assoolatlon; LOAN OFFICES. PEOPLEBS LOAN OFFICE. 124 South Main Street. Money Advanced on All Personal Property. Unredeemed Plodgee, Consisting of Clothing Watches. Diamonde, G ,UU Pistok. Etc,. Nor Sale. P. O. Box 585. Helena. Montana. UNCLE SAM'S LOAN OFFICE CO. Corner Main and Wall Streets. (Old First National Bank Building.) Money Loaned at Low Bate of Interest on As Kinds of Collateral. $10,000 in Unredeemed Pledges For Sale. Railroad Tickets Bought and Sold. MARBLE WORKS. MONTANA MABBLE WORKS, Lower Main Street. O. F. Smith. Proprietor. Manufacturer of American and Italian Marble and Granite Monuments. Cemetery work executed in the neatest style, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CRUTCHER & GARLAND, (T E. Cruteher, R. C. Garland) Attorneys at Law. Reoom 7 and 8, Bailey Blook. Minin,. corporation and real estate law speelale -es. Will practica in all the state courts, in the UInited States sn reme court and before all the Iepertmente in Washingten city, in connectiot ,ith HIon. A. Hi. Garland, late attorney general. DR. D. L. CARMICHAEL. Diseases of Women and Children Special Attention. Helena, Montana. Rt. C. K. COL. Oflice: First National Bank Building. Telephone No. 188 DR. W. M. BULLARD. Office: First National Bank Building.: Telephone No. 168. &BHBURN K BARBOUII. Attorney and Counsellor at Lam Masonic Temple, Helena. Moat. AIBBENA BULLARD. Attorney aend Counsellor at law. Will practice ia all courts of record t tie state. Office in Gold Block. Helena. Mont. SIZER & EIEERL. Civil and Mining Engineers. a. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Mineral et. ant secured. Roonms 12-18. Atlae Buildin, Hel sua, Mont. .RM.M. ROCEMAN Phyrsioan, Surgeon, Accoueher, Ooallsti Aurin Member of San Francisco Medical Society, Sslo Nevada State Medical Society. Office on Main street. over Steinmetz Jewelry Store. QUMMONS-IN THE DJISTRICT COURT OF L. the Firstjudicial district of the state of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clark. I anay M. Kelley. plaintiff, vs. William A.L ls. le. defendant. he state of Montana sends greeting to the above-named defendant: Vou are hereby required to appear in an action brought against .ou by the above-named plain tiff in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclu sive of the day of service) after the service on you of this a.mmons. if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but within this district. within twenty days: otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said com plaint. 'The said act ion is brought to obtain a decree of divorce dissolving the bnds of matrimony existing between the plaintitt and defendant. and giving the plaintiff the care and custody of Cora F. Ktlley. minor daughter ol said parties, and for geueral relief. Plaintiff allegeas causes for diversce that the defendant has wiltully ab sented himself from the plaintiff without any reaslnable cause for the space of one year, and that the defendant has departed from the state of Montana without intention of returning. And you are hereby notitied that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to thecoart for the relief demanded in said romplaint. Given under my hanod and the esslof the ditrict court of the Firstl, judicial district of the state of Montana. in nd for the county of I.ewis and (Clarke, this '4th dayr of February, in the yeasr of our Lord one thousand right hundred and ninety eW i.L]J JOltN BEAN, Clerk. By Ii. R. TgtuoPOtn. Deputy Clerk. MeeaSENA BUl.ri,ARD, Attorney for Plaintiff. a-Deler La MAJBBLE GRANITE MONUMENTS Headstones.