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wto wIli oU... dealý .1 re ttymi Mre. The a .l~iarS thmrigt rde it .pones, Toe n lict brown apdon't always and in m tt1N, it ofbleok arpote . eatr Ith wild rases dea of pretty mlli Mrs.Thm A. Have- vote a iiebt brown '4>. .4r M . euxunyg MLL~INI33Y. ,,rw eapote be rdered with deep red roses .4with pale pinkbow etanding up in taut breaolutely. Mirs. Henry Ledyard wore pall green chip cpote ith green ribbon btei and a bunch of molding gresses to ','ha Vanderbilt-Astor quarrel over their encees and sea walks is still a topic of con versation, and lazy "summer people" who kave't anything else to do talk sharply about the Willie Vanderbilts for the olose -ateh that is kept at their gate lodge that only the particular few get past the keeper and into the grounds. The marble "cot teae" is only partly finished, but if you wre to suaeede in eluding Cerberus and making your way up the broad drive you might very poibly see Mrs. Willie on a veranda of the oceupied portion in a dark blue dress of sheer veiling, with rows of 'old rose ribbon about its hem. The coe- Same in which she has appeared on one or two afternoon has a silk vest of roses on a blue ground. The dark blue waistcoat is trimmed like the skirt, with old rose riL 'bons, and with the dress goes a black stra hat with a rose wreath tied up with blue. Verandagowns are asinteresting as any to be noted. You see them at afternoon tee drinking in the open air. A flesh white foulard is a recent one I remember, with strawberries scattered over it. A Clan.v ON THe VERANDA. lace flounce is gathered about the skirt be low the knees. Another runs about the bodice just under the arms. Shoulder straps of strawberry-colored velvet are knotted to this flounce with rosettes and seem to hold it up as they take their now accustomed way, gallus-fashion, over the shoulders. The sleeve puffs of violet look big and hot, but below them are deeu lace raffles. More striking but less uncommon is a red foulard dress, patterned with white. The skirt is trimmed with white ribbons about the hem, there is a white sash tied in the back and white ribbons on the corselet bodice. The chemisette and sleeves are of pink crepon, and a small jet capote is the finish, with crimson and pink carnations. The Casino is in full swing, but the danc ing thus far has been informal. A pretty pink crepon waltzing frock was out to be looked at last night, with short-waisted empire bodice of pink velvet; fastened in front with a mass of roses. Another and prettier toilet was of sheer white barege figured with running vines. The skirt was trimmed at the bottom with pulfings of white net held in loops of nar row green ribbon. There was a full oherns sette bodice of white net trimmed with green ribbons. In spite of the heat there has seldom been a season when so many of the fash lonables wore natural flowers. We are looking for a quiet to-morrow for Newport doesn't keep the Fourth extensively. ELLEN Osanoar. 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 bilions look; if your stomach be die ordered you have a dyspeptic look. and if your kidneys be affected you havea pinched look. ecure good health and you will have good looks. Electric bitters is the great alterative and tonic; acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at it. 8. 1lale & Co.'s drug store; LOc. per bottle. Union I'acflle ysntem Will make rate of one and one-fifth fale for the round trip for the Fourth of July between all stations in Montana within a radius of 300 miles. 'Tickets on eale July 2, 8 and 4, good for return until July i. if. (). WI...o., Freight and I'assenger Agent. Are You .uff.iring From back ache, inflammation of the bl',d der, brick dust deposit or stone in theblad der, or in fact any derangemeilt of the kidneys or urinary orglans? If thus afflicted do not lose time and waste mnonev on worth less liniments and worse plasteeP, but strike at the seat of the disease at once by usinti the greatest ,11 of known remiedie-, tie' ce't ebrated Oregon lidney l'ea. Pleasant 1,, take, purely vegetable. : atisfaotion every time. Thouasarnd of buffering Wolumen. De)olicnte women who coml,lain of tired feeling, pains in the back Mud lol,% dtesire to seleep, dizziness, painful or snll ressed menstruation, will find iin Oreron Kidney 'lea a faithful friead. Ite.n be relied unlo in every instance to pive immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Then. sands of women are suffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured bl using Oregon Kidney 'lea. l)yr.pepests. That nightmare ofman's existence which -akes food a mockery and hanishea sleep from weary eyes, readily vields to the po tent influene of the celebrated English Dandelion 'Ionic. It tones up the digest ite orauos, restores the appetite, makes ai -emilation of food possible and invigorate, fie whole system. All druggists sell it at $1 per bottle. i want a ahbl crarriage be msre and tiker of the sole at the Bee .Hive tihiL week. carriae, fret-snes malaterIal in scary SLT a S . ~ Pie, 'S taioner W ELL.S BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, G0. General Book Binders, OFFICE STATIONERY, IT-.ALL PTAPERS No. 13 North Main Street No, 17 Jackson Street PRINTING DEPARTMENT. The Most Fully Equipped in the Northwest Comprising every modern facility for the expeditious handling of work and its execution in the highest style of the art. All kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, Artistic and Commercial Work. - TRY US. Binding and Blank Book Dept. This branch 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, nagazine, pamphlet ,work, etc. Manhood Restored. NEROVE EPts'fS)F BRAIN Dr. E. I. Weste' Nerve and Brain Treatment, a sec-tic for Hysteria, Dizziness, l' its, Neuralgia, Tleadacl.e, Nevaos P'rostration cal sedhy alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness. Mental Depresvion, Softeaingof Brain, causing insanity, mibery, de cay. death. rematnroeOld age. Harrennesn, Logse of Power in either sex. Impotency, Leucorrho s and all F~emale Weaknesses, Inavoluptary Lsses. Hpermatorrhu"a. caused iby ovsexertion of brain, tell-abuse. over-indulgence. A months treatment $1, for 5, by mail. We unorantee 6 boxen to cure. Each order for boxes with $5 will send written guarantee to refund if not cured. (iarantees lseed only by H. M. Parchen t Co.. sole agents. Helens. Moat JAPANESE LPELLETS Art like magln on the Stnmach. Liver and How els; dispels lyaetep.la. Biliuo.nesas. l, ever. Colds, Nervous Disorders, Bleepleovnes. I.oe of Apps tile. reetores the (omplrion;: perfect digcstion follows their uoe. Pooitive cure lor di-k Itead ache and Constipatiun. hmill, mild, easy to take. Large vials of0 pills 5 cenls Sold by H. M. l'archen & (o.. druggists. Helan Mont The Gelebrated French Gure, Warranted IIAPHRODITINE"' .r .."o.. It Solw ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure ally form ofluervous disease, or any. disorder of the 8fEo.i geCn.erative or- AFTER Igan of eithel- sex whiether aiisilng irom the excessive use of Stillalants, ''l beacco or Opium, orthrough youtihful indiscretiou, over indulg eucc, -., suchl as Loss of Brain Power, Wakeful. ness, Ilearingdowl ItPalltill the Back, Seminal tWeaknless, Il yateria. Nervous ht ostrlat iol Noeturn. at IlIrsion . li-eolrhota, l)izzinless, Weak Meam. ory, Loss of I'otvwe ani Inm,potency, which If tie. gle' led often lead to premature otldacteanid insan it:y. I'ice l.OU a lx, G boxes lot L.0O0 i.eit by nail ,o receipt of price. A WIt ITTI N (; UARANTEE forevery 5.00 order, ito riefund thle Osey if a i'errlanent elre i., not elltcted. T'lholsnados lof testimonials Ifre , ol and yloug, of both :exes. permanently cured by Aiii:ivoITINE. ('ircular iree. Addresa THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. WESTERN BRANCH, BOX 27 PORTLAND, OR, Hold by IT. M. Parchen &.5 ('o., dlut uvets nee .,a Moe1t. JdIN A. SlHNEIBER, pRESGO SPAINTER. Public Buildings, Churches and Dwellhr.qs uecorated in the Latest a Stylu. Tinting, Kalsomining, etc. ' 1'. O. tisx 7fI'5, liIhINA. i ONSUMPTION. i t I have a positive remedy for the abovedisease; by it uo thousands of cases of the worst kind and of long standing have been cured. Indeed si strong as my faitt :, I it aetrcacy, that I will send two BoTTLaES ii ,with ti, &VALUABL TRDEATIET a n tois doanuetouanyn w S rerwho wil eend me their Exprsaad P.O. address. V. A. Slecume. M. C., 181 Pearl St.. N. I, Our Stationery Department. Is always complete. Fine Writing Papers and Envelopes, Office Stationery, typewriter Supplies, etc. Wall Paper Department. We have just received a carload of all the latest styles and designs in- Wall Paper and Room Mouldings. Art Department. If you want a Fine Etching, Engraving, Water' Color or Pastel, or a picture frame, call on us. The largest stock of picture mouldings in the city. Frames made to order. Book Department. Books in fine bindings in sets. All the lateui and popular novels received daily. ANNOUNCEMENT! Finding it impossible to secure a purchaser with sufficient capital to buy our immense stock of WINES, LIQUORS . CIGARS We have concluded.to remain in business at the old stand, No. 3 South Main S t., Helena, Montana Where we shall be pleased to see our old friends and patrons. We have en route the largest and fin st stock oE Wines, Liquors and Cigars ever brought to the State, and would particularly direct attention to the following brands: MONARCH, 1880. In free bonded warehouse in HERMITAGE, 1886. Kentucky: BOND & LILLARD, 1887. 50 bbls.W. H. McBRAYER, fall'88 GUCKENHEIMER RYE, 1887. In U. S. bonded warehouse cer tificate in Kentucky (will sell in NELSON, 180. 5-barrel lots only): OLD CROW, 1886. J. E. PEPPER, 1891. W. H. McBRAYER, 1887. BOND & LILLARD, 1890. :J. E. PEPPER, 1887. W. H McBRAYER, 1890. W. H. McBRAYER (FALL) 1888. 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. Families, Attention Families can find the best Liquors in the city by the bottle or Galion, at very low pric.e. Order:.; promptly attended to and delivered to any part of the city. I. L. ISRAEL & CO., TELEPHONE 122. NO. 3 SOUTH MAIN ST. McCormick Thomas Sulky Hasy Rakes. MITCHELL. Farm and Spriig Waios. STUDEBAKER. "..:--. FLI-NE. LINE OFi~::.: 3UGGIES, CARRIAGES, BUCKBOARDS, CARTS Genuine Glidden Wire. Full Line of McCormick Machine Extras. At the Old Stand, Corner Main Street and Sixth Avanue. * . C. S1-1Bi - I rl ler'W SIi THE PROYIOERSelin Out How Shall We Dispose of Our Stock? Shall we sell at a moderate profit and take six months to close outr Shall we sell at cost and try to close out in three months' We Will Sell at Cost. We will try to close out in ninety days. We will do it if you will come and get our prices. 25 TEA SETS LADIES' AND GENTS' 56 Pieces, Haviland China, Hand-painted, urnishin Goods New York Price, $20 -AT- Our Selling Out Price, $15 Less Than Eastern Prices English Semi-Porcelain DINNER SETS,. 129 Pieces, enamelled decora- Notion Deparment, tions and Gold Edges. W e e. Our entire notion and stationery stock, Were $25. consisiing of the finest line in IIelena, must To Close Out, $19 go at any price. Note the prices: Very.fancy picturesque Tablets, letter size.. 30c Very fancy picturesque Tablets, note size.. 25c 15 Patterns of Fancy Irikh Linen Tablets, note size....... c 10c Fancy Irish Linen Tablets, letter size....... 20c Fine Paper Tablets, letter size............... 10O Extia Fine Tablets, letter size............... 150 Fine Note Paper, one-fourth ream.......... 25c 25 Envelopes for ............................... Sc In open stock will be closed Ladies' Note Paper, all styles, linen, one fourth ream............................ 40c out at less than the price of 25 Envelopes to match same............... 10o white ware. Iecure the great bargains in this department. WM. WEINSTEIN & CO.