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t of the mitelebt qfs h rare n aeta had br houte mweis avoipd o athe dnty of the ph-ioiaa, * h whieh will secure eta eno toi invalid in an i bet injuorio to heal growth. of glioe, and from which we btu thins tha t makel llie efonra in i;re become an element of in aof$lettng food we at, and on io cure inot teeo i tdulge n inm *.tahtltl, will produce disease and io Medi ines whtoh have a lthuiet ad ere th ome . us in the or-g ath, ofare often a and from whichpo Ik tarn arome an eletimentof We astrti of thi intheforesof Whe gentie breeze may changte to a tornado- the firf toa eonfiaram ntitres will prhower intosease aon ife.w pMeoudrin raich and dseolat have made these preliminary o health aiew to ho that physical e Ai lr no f taught in scthe fhools and lt . i abolutely injurions to strndom etatemut,_ but the he gentle bree may change ton, a ve I take iAre toaied by high ath refreshing shoA writer in a Bong iedthe hristian, says "Wand desolatme Swith a gentlemno in the prime les are nstow tly aughtrippled in his ef see by abso dlutely injuri the houseart otande to be the re t, bult of rowthing is athletic friend in his earlier years." Ueaith Journal says: Of the thirty tll around athletes, the safest kind, in wYork club of ive years ago, three are of e consumption, five have to wear t foar or five are lop-shouldered, and have catarrh and partial deafness. we consider the wonderful structure hnm ab e heart, with its neatly ad e alver"heid by their slender acords, their liability to disease and derange i erom violent physical exertion, we not think it strange that afliotions result from each severe strains. I is undoubedly true that the gymnastics o geerally practieed will fok a time de and strengthen the muscles, But the restrain putupon them will in due time diseases that are generally incurable. The early pioneers of our western timber lry we a race of strong men, and the iv g of the axe and grubbing hoe, and Bgfail, and other heavy farm work, the time increased their strength, but they passed their fiftieth year they 4 themselves broken down in health, t oriout energies. e Greeks were the most noted among t nations for gymnastic exercises. ycarried their athletic training in this from their 'boxing and wrestling che unp to their olympian games, which ly besame a great national institution. exteat to which they carried this mat r weeas followed by a reaction on their na nal eharaeter which has caused them to fik into comparative obscurity. It will be safe to predict that most of the oung men now engaged in this severe hysical training will, in twenty-five years rom the tilps they commenced, be invalids rom heart affection or other incurable dis cases. "There is an intimate relation be tween these severe strains, and the diseases of the arteries and valves of the heart," says a. eminent Leandon physician. The question now comes up: Have we any other method equally eflicient and less dan gerous for muscular development? When we condemn certain existing methods of treatment it will be expected that we offer something better in their place. Progress and improvement is the wateh word of our times. If it was not for this progressive spirit, what would be the condi tion of the medical profession to-day? What was it fifty years ago? I well remem ber the terrible ordeal people had to pass through in those days. Fifty-seven years ago I bad an attack of bilious fever-sent f.or a doctor. He gave me calomel and for bid cold water. At his next visit he put a large Spanish ly blister on my back and ,io on each of my lower limbs. After ser oral dayshad passed, in which I endured Intense suffering from thirst, not being allowed a drop of cold water, the doctor seid "you must have two more blisters, one o.n each arm," and then added, "I will also pit a.ssaton in your side to help draw out -e- ferer." This was done, and a large sksia of silk thread put in with an order habt its position mast be changed every rI was, with five Spanish fly blisters edaseatonin my side and not allowed es drop of cold water for one week. Ionly mention this to show what ex reme men have run into in the name of arig disease. We have reason to believe te stupidity and persistenoce in wrong dliretions have not entirely departed from hb human race and we must continue to look for an improvement upon the past. There are many invalids confined to their onae who need exercise, and eannot pos _--y get It by the violent means generally Ieorted to. The massage and movement ars in skillful hands may afford some re lef in this direction. Bnut still there is a wide field open for improvement. We u.at find a systematic method of muscular dte.ion that will move the diff'ersnt layers of muscles and will make them glide gently ever each other, so as to remove any ob stroctions that may accumulate between the different layers of minscles by which te circulating mediums are interrupted in their pormal functions, causing rheuma tiea, neuralgia, paralysis and numerous ather disturbances in the system. In experiments upon myself and others I find nearly all the principal muscles in the body can be put in motion by flexion with oDt the violent strain upon their fibers which has produced the results above re ferred to. The invalid in the house or in bed can go through this system of museular flexion, uader proper instruetion, and find all the benefits of outdoor exercise and much more effective for health and strength. He can expel from the system unheslthy a.enmalations and build, as it wer e, a new structure on an old frame, and send the glow of health and vigor of yoath through every part of the system. My limits will not allow of further explanation at this thee, writes Adam Miller in the Chicago later-Oaesn. Aitttle Oirl's Experience In a Lighthouse. Mr. and iMrs. Loren Trescott are keepers of the government lighthouse at hand Beach, Mich., and are blessed with a daugh ri, four years old. Last April she was Saken down with measles, followed with a idfui coutngh and turning into a fever. Pie ters at home and in Detroit treated her. Ku int vain, she grew worse rapidly until Swaa a "mere handful of bones." Then tridd Dr. King's New Discovery and af sle the uW e of two and a half bottles, was ely cared. They say Dr. King's icovery is worth its weight ia gold, M et a trial bottle free at I. 8. awiatg-Mea't Use mis Werds, ej otes o t ogitations or eentimentalttie ob.iloage d bor;o : aiRE RI1 RS ,Z, .i POR TRDB. *. At the head of the. prooession, with tharight swing, and we propose to 'Catch That Maverick," The "Frisky Dollar," in all lines of BOOTS AND SHOES There is no Dealer in Montana that can 'ROUND UP BARGAINS" To equal yours respectfully. We are here for business from the ground up, and propose to let the world know it. Come and see us. X THE NEW ENGLAND SHOE STORE. O'.TED TO lRB1TTNETL',S OI-D STA:ND. rations, beware of nlatitudinoas conder- i uity. Let your statements possess a cla-i led conciseness, compacted comprehensi )leness, coalescent consistency and a oncentrated coency. Eschew all con lomerations of flatulent garrulity, jejune rabblement and asinine afectations. In rying to impress upon others the superior ty of the Wisconsin Centl al lines, and why ron and so many others use this thorough `are from ht. Paul and Minneavolis and )ulnth and Ashland to Milwaukee. Chicago ad points east and south, it is not neees rary to aus jawbreakers. Let your extenm. oraneous descantings and unpremeditated expatiations have intelligibility and vera ricusvivacity, without rhodomontads or hrasonieal bombast. Sedulonuly avoid all ill polysyllabic profundity. psittaceous vac alty, ventriloquial verbosity and vandilo luent vapidity, shun double entendres, ,rurient jucosity and pestiferous profanity, ibscurent or apparent. In other words, alk plainly, naturally, sensibly, and truth ully say the Wisconsin Central lines is the oate, and that ends it. Opportumlty. Easter of human destiny am I, Fame, love and fortune on my feetsteps wait, Cities and felds I walk. I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soen or late I knock unbidden once at every gate. If sleepine, wake; if feasting rise before I turn away. It is the hear of state And they who followme reach every state Kortals desire, and eonquer every foe Save death; but those who doubt or hesi tate oandemned to failure, penury and wee Seek me in vain and uselessly implorel I answer not, and I return no more. Jxo. J. IxoALi But fail ye not in this respect, iLeize every opportunity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. This is the advice of Gro. H. Huirrona, General Passenger Agent. Chicago, IlL hoauseand of kaffering Women. Delicate women who eumolain of tired feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed menstruation, will .ed in Oregon Kidney 'lea a faithful friend. Itean be relied ranon in every instance to give immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Thou sands of women are suffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidney Tea. Large line of new glassware .ust received at The bee Hive at prices that defy competition. All new patterns. TEN POUNDS IN" TWO WEEKS THINK OF IT ! An a 1lesh Producer there can be no question but that SCOTT'S EMULSIONt Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites Of Lime and Soda is without a rivaL Many have Mithoa pound a day by the use Ofit. It cures CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, " BRONCHITIS, CO U HS AND COLDS, AND ALL FORMS OF WASTING DIS EASES. AS PALATABLE AS MILK. Ssue you et Us. genusne as thes ore WINES, LIQUORS MUST BE CLOSED OjT REGARDLESS OF VALUE At I. L. Israel & Co.'s, 3 Soath Iain Streot Helena. Although we have made some very heavy sales since our first announcement to RETIRE FROM BUSINESS was advertised, we still have considerable stock on hand, which will be disposed of in any quantity at less than ACTUAL COST. We have on hand in Helena warehouse, 250 BARRELS OF OLD WHISKIES of the following brands: MONARCH, 1880. NELSON, 1880. TEA KETTLE, 1883. OLD CROW, 1888. HERMITAGE, 1886. W. H. McBRAYER, 1887. BOND & LILLARD, 1887. J. E. PEPPER, 1887. GUCKENHEIMER RYE, 1887. W. H. McBRAYER (fall) 1888. In free bonded warehouse in Kentdcky: - 50 BARRELS W. H. McBRAYER (FALL) 1888 In U. S. Bonded Warehouse certificate in Kentucky: (Will sell in 5-barrel lots only.) J. E. PEPPER, 1891. W. H. McBRAYER, 1890. BOND & LILLARD, 1890. MELWOOD, 1889. IN STORE, THE FINEST BRANDS OF IMPORTED Champagnes, Clarets. Rhine Wines, Sherries, Ports, Madeira, Whiskies, Cognac, Gins, Cordials, Etc. 100,000 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. Would solicit correspondence from Merchants or other's who may want to purchase entire stock in bulk, with good will and fix. tures. Prices on any and all goods given on application. The Entire Stock Must be Disposed of. Families can find the best Liquors in the city by the bottle or gal lon, at very low prices. Orders promptly attended to and delivered to any part of the city. I. L. ISRAEL & CO., TELEPHONE 122 - ' NO. 3 SOUTH MAIN STREET ii,, • I i ~ ~ ~ ~ -- iiiI [1 I ' OFFICE STATIO BRY, : ! ?; . '. W, LL P;P BRS -o' 1 3 Ne.h Main Stre,.t No.'1 "7 Jac Street No. 13a Nodh Maie;Sir~eeL No, 17 JazcksonStreet. PRINTING DEPAR TT: . The Most Fully Equipped in the Northwest Comprising every modern faclity for the expeditious handling of work and its execution in the highest style of the art. All kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, ArtiS c and Convnercita, Work, RY LT ====-- = Binding and Blank h.k Dept. This br nch of our business is replete with the finest stock and. best and latest machinery that could be obtained for its purposes. It com prises the LARGEST AND MOST COM PLETE PLANT between St. Paul and Port land, and is capable of meeting all demands made upon its resources. Blank books of every description, portfolio, magazine, pamphlet work, etc. Treatment Identical vWith that QGilen at Dv1Wight, III. KEELEY INSTITUTE, Great Falls, Montana. NOW OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. FOR THE CURE OF Liquor, Opium, Chloral, Cocaine, Cigarette, Tobacco Habitsi AND NERVOUS DISEASES. OFFICERS: HON. PARIS GIBSON, President. Double Chloride of Cold The ort o astReso CHAV. D. WILT. Vice-President. FOR F. GEO. HELDT, f I - Manager, Seo. and Treas. AND TRUSTEES: PARIS GIBSON, AR M CHAS. D. WILT, FaSiS t A. E. DICKERMAN, ! FO R 5 | D. L. TRACY, IeoL F. GEO. H-ELDT. V- Sanitarium or home treatment. S Our remedies are sucoessful the WA I world over. PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE: Dr. Keeley's new book, Opium, THE ONLY OURE. its use, abuse and oure, mailed A. N. PURDY, M. D. FREE. The Keeley Institute, Great Falls, Montana, is established for the exclusive treatment and cure of the Opium and Morphine addiction, the Liquor Habit and Nerve Exhaustion, through tlh use of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley's Double Chloride of Gold Remedies. The same treatment will be employed as that administered at Dwight, Illinois, where over twelve thousand people have been treated and cured. Under the personal direction of our Dr. A. N. Purdy, the physician in charge, all patients will receive the most careful treatment. Cures are effected without pain or nervous shock. Course of treatment from three to four weeks. All cor respondence strictly confidential. Furnished rooms at the institute to those desiring them. Skillful and courteous treat ment guaranteed to all patients. For terms and further particulars, address THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, Great Falls, Montana. 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