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A BREAKFAST DELICACY
Mori to Be Desired Than the Right of Women tp Votea Beaten Bisouit and Beaten Steak, Whloh Bfat All Others Ever Prepared. To Be round on seathern Tables In Old Washiened Somes-Reelpes for the Heosehold, Among the daintles one sees upon the table in an old-fashioned southern home, none are more toothsome than the "beaten biscuit." Of these thlere are two varieties; the one is the real genuine article, first in troduced during the "dim ages of anti quity," when, to be a superfine cook and housewife weeas a higher honor than to wear divided skirts and to vote; the other is the beaten biscuit of to-day. To make the first, Aunt Chloe places her long, wooden mixing board (which is a hollow bowl about two feet wide by three and a halt in length) upon the table; into this she puts' two quarts of flounr, 'teaspoonfl each of soda and salt, two bdaping teaspoonfuls of lard, and one of butter; these ingredients she mixes thoroughly, then pours in good fresh buttermilk in sufilcient quantity to make a thick batter (it must be just as thick as can possibly be moved with the hand). Now comes the beating, which Aunt Chloe does with her strong right hand, moving the light mass quickly up and down, until it breaks oht into bubbles all over the snow white sar face, when she drops a portion of it into her bake kettle, shaping it like a biscuit, by stirring it round and round with her foreflnaer; this is followed by another por tion, and so on till the kettle is full. A bed of coal is drawn from beneath the blazing logs of the fireplace, and the kettle plaeed thereon, its cover adjusted, and ashessprin kled thickly upon it; coals are laid on the ashes, and almost sooner than you can im agine the process in your minli while read ing this description, the biscuits have risen to twice their original size, and are brown on both sides, with a snowy, a, ones-like interior. They are carried to the table im mediately, and a new supply placed in the bake kettle. The second kind of beaten bisouits is made in a different manner. The dough is prepared like the first, but is stiff like ordinary bread dough; when it has been well mixed, it is removed from the board and thrown upon a stone slab, a little four is sprinkled over it, and then Aunt Chloe, arming herself with a wooden mallet (or failing that, a large rolling pin), begins the process of beating. Down comes the mallet, thud, thud, over and over the deough is whisked by the left hand. up puffs the snowy mass higher and higher, until the blisters begin to break, and the dough leaves the slab clear and clean; then the mallet is laid aside, and with a sharp knife the biscunits are cut out diamond shaped and baked as the first. Often the guest unversed in southern cookery will say, as he adjusts his necktie in the early morning, "It seems we are to have steak for breakfast, and very toueb it must be to require so much pounding." But on reaching the table he will discover his mistake, unless, indeed he finds himself helped to the most delicious steak he has ever had the pleasure of eating, prepared as only a genuine Aunt Chloe could r repare it, and in the following manner: Juicy beef is out in pieces the size of her hand; each piece, after being chopped with the butcher knife until it is a perfect rag, is seasoned with salt and pepoer, rolled in sifted corn meal, then laid in a hot skillet greased with sweet laid; this skillet is placed over glowing coals, and the meat browning al most instantly on one hide is quickly turned, and served the moment it is done. There is but one difliculty about ceoking this beefsteak, and that is the impossibility of rreparing enough to satisfy the demands of the consumers. It melts in the mouth and tickles the most epicurean taste.-Good Housekeeping. Recipes. To Exterminate Ants.-Use salt freely. Sticky Fly Paper.-Take equal parts of castor oil and resin, melt together and spread on strong white paper. Raspberry Vinegar.-Take two quarts of freshly gathered raspberries, put them into one quart of vinegar, let it stand twenty four hours; then drain off and do not squeeze the fruit. Put to the vinegar two more quarts of raspberries. Let it again stand for twenty-four hours; strain, and having again reiceated the process, measure the raspberry vinegar into a jar, and to each pint add one pint of loaf sunger. :et the jar into a sauce-pan of boiling water, stir the vinegar and sugar 'over the fire until the latter is dissolved, and, having allowed it to get cold, put into small bot tles and cork closely. The vinegar is in perfection from six to twelve months after making. A Ranpberry Desert-Put one pint of fully ripe, fresh raspberries into a porce lain-lined saucnoe pan, with two tablespoon fuls of pulverized sugar. P'lace the sauce pan over the fire, shaking it continually until the juice flows freely. Before the raspberries lose their shape entirely.take them out carefully. Nowr, boil the syrup till olur aid pour it out. Beat to a cream a piece of butter the size of an egg. add a tablespoonful of pulverized sugar, a table spoontul of grated bread erumbe, two drops of almond flavoring and the yolks of two eggs (well beaten). Mix all thoroughly together and add the whites of two eggs whipped to a froth. Now have some small, deep patty pane, line them with good pastry, put the raspberries on this, Door over them the syrup, and spread the mix ture on top of all. Bake half an hoar in a brisk oven. Rl.pberry Jelly-Crush the raspberries nld strain them thron.h a wet cloth. I'ut the juice Into a preserving pan with three quarters of hot, but not burnt, sugar, to one pound of juice; boil it ten minutes and tnke oure that it does not darken: remove the pan off the fire, strain the juice through n bae and poor it into pets. Do not touch the bag until all the jelly has passed through. else it may become thick. Chilled Raspberries-Cover the raspber ries with orange juice, then slrinkle them heavily with sugar, and put them in an ice cream freezer for thirty minutes. Serve with plain cream. Blackberry or Raepberry Puddin.--One pint of sweet milk, six eggs, one cap of butter, a pint of flour, and ten teaspoons of baking powder. Mash a quart of berries, sweeteon and stir in the batter. ansphierry Charlotte ausse-Line a mold with stale sponge cake; whip a pint of sweet thick cream; sweeten with two table spoonfuls of powdered surgar and flavor strongly with fresh raspberry juic; set the cream on ice until solid; fill the mold; gar nish the top with raspberry jolly. Home Made Champagne-The yellow amber-eolored Rooseberry¶ just on the point of ripeness, is used for the preparation of this drink. T'ake equal quantities of goose betries and cold spring water, pat them in a tub. bruise the fruit with a wooden elub; stand the vessel in a warm place for three days to fetmsnt, stirring ocasionally. Strain through a hair sieve, squeoezing the pulp well. FJor every gallun of liquor allow three and a half pounds of the best Demerara, put it into a second vessel, and pour the strained liquor over it. Let this stand for three or four days, to al low of fermentation; stir it frequently. Pass it through a flannel bag into the cask, which is finally to hold the wine, and to every ten gallons put one ouneo of Islo glass. Let it stand open for a month, after which time add one bottle of Madeira and olte bottle of rum to eve.y ten gallones. Put in the bung, lay a piece of coarse loth over it, and cover all this with a thic coat of eeim. Let it stand Los twelve months bot 'IiIJ DAILXY 714JDE)N' DENTi JELANA. SATUR S Treatment Identical w~ith 'that Cjien at Dwight, IIl. In KEELEY INSTITUTE, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. Nov) Open for theJeception of atients as; in ti. ad Isr he 01FO THE CURE OF-... be en Liquor, Opium, Chloral, Cocaine, Ciaette, Tobacco Habits, Its to AND NERVOUS DISEASES. he ail s OFFCFRS: Double Chloride of Gold, The Court of Last Resort t HON. PARIS GIBBON, President. -FOR ito CHAR D. WILT, Vice-President. is F. GEO. . HELDT, etr GD.anger, Sec. and Treas. O PM a-+ ed -AND d TRUSTEES: PARIS GIBSON,AR OPIUM M m- CHAS. D. WILT, URE 6RRUNIWE S E. N D ICKtERMAN, p D m rn D. L. TRACY, 9. p.ety IN ke P. GEO. HELDT. Sanitarium or home treatment. Our remedies are successful the world over. is PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE: "WE 8s a Dr. Keeley's new book, Opium, its use, abuse and cure, mailed at W. P. McGLENN, M. D. THE ONLY CURE. FREE. he tin lt The Keeley Institute, Great Falls, Montana, is established for the exclusive treatment and cure t of the opium and Morphine addiction, the Liquor Habit and Nerve Exhaustion, through the use of b 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. W. P. McGlenn, the physician in charge, all patients ed will receive the most careful treatment. Cures are effected without pain or nervous shock. Course rn of treatment from three to four weeks. All correspondence strictly confidential. t Furnished rooms at the institute to those desiring them. Skillful and courteous treatment guar ° anteed to all patients. For terms and further particulars, address THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, Great Falls, Mgontana. tie and store. Another way; Bruise at d mash ripe white gooseberiiee, and to eve - two quarts of fruit add one tnod a h- f quarts of lukewarm water and twelve, ounces of dissolved loaf sneear. Stir a I this well in a tub, cover with a blanket. keep in a moderately warm place, ai d await the fermentation. Stir the ingredi onts frequently, and, after three days. strain the liquno off into a cask. Keep this full and opeu, adding, when the spiritous fermentation has ceased, half a pint of brandy or whisky, and the same quantity of sherry or Madeira to every gallon of wine. Eung up closely, cover the bung and some space around with clay; when the wine cleari rack it off caretllly, and repeat the operrtion if it is not very clear. Casks in which brandy has been kept are always the best for these fruit wines; they will kee, a considerable time, a conule of years, and often more. Bottle, cork and tie down very earelully. Ilucklen's Armies halve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cares piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect sateafaction, or money refunded. Price e5 arnts per box. For sale by It. . Hale & Co. IN '1rIC [IMISRIl('CT COUR OF TIIHE FIRST Sjnuicial district of ttrn sate of Montana, in anil for the rounty of Iee is and Clarke. In tie matt tr of tile errstat of Edward F. tCrorb;, dteatsed It appertrlng to this eotlrt front the pettitio this day resenrrtrnt ord liler by \alirer II. Little, administrator with thr will unnexed, of thoes- tate of Idward V. I rosby, d catsnd, pIraying flr' an orlder of sale of real and persronal eNstate, alnd that, it is Irc .sary to soll trie whole of the said prolerty to ray tile ilebs rrtet:adings gainr-t i the dsceaasd, and ftli debts. exnpenses and charges tf adminristration. It, is hereby ordr red by the raid court that llt persornh interesti d in the estait of raid deceased, apprar b.'f.tl this court otn is aturda. the.--- dal of Augrust. IH¶12, rrt lilo'cltok in tirr forenoon of said day, at thi court roomt of said distrirt court,at the rourt house in the said collunty,tI o show cause why all order shuilod not be grranted to ther sail administrattr, with tit, will ainu.exed, to mell the real aind personal oestate of tt.o said dec'e.ased: arnd that at copy of thin order be pnblilttn,l at lea.,t four succesosive wooks in The litneua Iltln pendnt, a noewspaper printed and uubliarhod ill said ,ountily. IIOACE I. 1UtIt, Dated July 18, 18, 2. N011I( OF tofilhi lIOLDERS' MEETINr Notice is hait,by given that a ainl itt of tile stockholders of the Mie Mining & rtilling corl puny will be held at tbt oftirc of thie cOtinityry, at 51 Ihnight street. ill tie city or ltnelta. state of Molotana, ot \\redie.ray. ithe i'Lrh day ot July. 18t12, ato wo t'tlocKI p. i.. of said day, fr the pllrpoeso of trsubmlitting to suclh stockholders a lro lru itlion to itrll'rrise the ItritlIal htock of the i Milac Miing m Miltring coparIy to trhe alnlrrrrt of four Ihllltdro r thosrtidrtl (Itl}iirnl) Lhaer. of tire par valure of five tioillars f.$t per stharm thie Ive pit capital stock i it said r omlally L'inut three hundred thorusandl 0ih:rt.(iO) harir of tie par value of tivr' de!ltrr (0iI). By order of the boardlbf tr-llties A. MlLEAN. lPreodkt. If. A. iMAt'LEAN, Hocretarry. J. C. Metc'ANN. A. Mil.EAN. It. A. MAcLEAN. Majority of Trustees. Dated Helena. June 14. 18l. SALE OF BONDIS S151.to UtiY '1'Tr E TOWN of Nelhart. Mesghebr county. tMolt. 'Tlhe board oif aderlmlen of t hie town oi Niilhart will, on the 23d dlay of Auulst. A. L). Ib.:, at tihe ollioe of the clerk of said town. at the Ihour of eight o'elodk i. or., receive erloe.l er, ltrota.o and hr.t1 to the highist Iddtri for cash. t$15,00,0Ii of Neihart betides, for tten tiurr oet rof lUircthialinl a site and bhiltdin~ theret, a ,ity hall and jail and the mllrotese of hire aptllarate. 'I!s b heond are is snuel nuder siub-divlieisn II otf e.rlloi ,'r5 of tire cirllllrilrul irde ut 1d f i, 1 ad i. lel lT ilndr i a illltertol,, Itlide to, bear itltterat not tio iexoed rill i.e cent anltd Irrtable tou years trtnl lata oif Iulle. I he rihirtl is r irlrre to i'Itit o ariid all bds. I' t l ely r sh uttl be a rlIrist-n to Ilichardl llnulltt,. Noil art, Mont., and unidoried "lrolro alte for bititid." Be o.der of tir heard of ailerrun of the townr oif Nnlthart., Sont. ilt lAIti IlF,:NNI;tfl'., 'I own tClrk. * ORDER OFe. LEGAL - BLANK CRAIG & DAVIDSON, ieae ITh Del , 5eak NOT DEAD. Remarkable Experience of John Turk, a Pio neer of Helena. 89 Doses Taken at Once Did Not Kill, but Succeeded in Curing Him. obhn Turk, Cascade, Montana, took 89 doses of a so-called "Ban Franeisco Quack's Medicine," at once, and was not killed, as promised by rival doctors. In Sovtem ber, 1889, he called on Dr. A. C. Stoddart, visiting physician for Dr. Liebig & Co., Llebig World Dispensary, San Francisco and Butte City, who had offices for two weeks at the Merchants Hotel, Helena. Mr. Turk had suffeied for years with Rheumatism, Impurity of Blood and effects of mercurial Salivation. He had four of the best physicians in Montana attend him, and they failed to relieve him. Dr. Stod dart examined him, sent his prescriptions to Liebig Dispensary, San Francisco. to be prepared. Alter Dr. Stoddart left, Mr. Tark met the local doctors and told them what he had done. They laughed at him, and said "that San Francisco quack would kill him." He was so frightened that when the medicine from San Francisco came he Dut the bottle upon a shelf at his honuse, 707 Park street, Helena, and it stood neg lected until December (nearly three months) while Mr. Turk suffered day and night, had not slept half an hour at a time in years. Being in great agony late In December, at midnight, his eye caught sight of the so-called "Quack's?" medi cine; (THE QUACK HAPPEKN TO HIAVE TEB MONTANA MEDIOAL LIOaNSa AND 18 A DULY QUALIFIED PHYICOIAN AND 8BURGEON FOR MON TANA.) He, in desperation decided to kill himself with the "Quack's" medicine, as he was told by former attending doctors it would kill him, so he swallowed half a month's medicine at once-39 doses-and fell asleep, sleut until noon next day, and never has had a pain or ache since. The above reads like ficlion, but truth is stra.n.r. and to prove that the above is true, write so John Turk, Cascade, Mon tana, or call on Mrs. E. Verley, or Mrs. A. H. Danbar, 707 Park avenue, Helenn, Mont. Drs Stoddart, Liebig & C(o. will have offices in Helena at Merchants Hotel. let to 4th of each month. Montana offices 8 East Broadway. Butte. Call or write THE GODES. Political, Penal, Civil, Civil Procedure Complete Sets For Sale at This oft $10 PER SET. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. RRUTCHMR & GARLAND. (T. E. Crather B. C. Garland) Attorneys at Law. Rooms 7 and 8, Bailey Bloek. Mint a, corporation and real estate law epeel. lea. Will practice in all the stnto courts, in the United hautes n preme court and before all the lepr:meutne in Washington city, in connectiom sith lion. A. I. Garland. late attorney general. EtVANS A. CARLETON, Attorney and Counsellor at TLw. I Masonic Temple. Helens, .Tontai.. ASHBURN K. BARBOUR. Attorney and Connuellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Heleona Moat. MASSENA BULLARD. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the state. Office in Gould Blook, Helena. Mont. SIZER&I KEERL, Civil and Mining Engineers. U. . Deputy Mineral urveyorsineralSurvoyor. Mineral pat. ctnl securea. Rooms 12-13. Atlas Buildmng, Holenas Montana. D LR M. ROCKMAN, Physician, Bargeon. Acconeher, Oculist, Aurlet Member of San Franclaso Medical Socie'y, Salso Nevada BSlate M dicaled society. Office on Main asreet, over Steiunmetz Jewelry Btore. D B. [a CARMICHAEL Diseases of Women and Chilrea Beol0al Attention. Helena. Montana. Dit W. M. BULLARD. Olioms First Nalional Bank Building. Telephone No. 188. i D.. K. COL i Offic First National Bank Building. Telephone No. 168 N W SIOUX CITY ROUTE EAST. Passengers for the East from Helona and otLh r western points will find the NEW ROUTE via 0 SIOUX CITY anm the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipnment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City, the only Corn Palace City of the world; Dubuque, the handsomne Key City ol lowa; Rocktord, Illinou:, a new nmanutac turing city, thalt has be.'ome a "world within itseilf," and Chicago. whose growth and enterprise is the wonder ol the world. With elegant tree Chair Cars, and Pull. man Palace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Clhi. cago, and with a close conlnection with the' Union Pacitio trains at Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R. respeotfully presents its claims for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY HOUTE. For folders aid further partlcu lars call upon local ticket agent, or address tie undersigned at i anohester, lowr. J. F. MERRY, Last. General Pia"opger .Agest. LelTing ouf HE PROVIDERe Because we must sell. Because you can buy cheap. E U y Because if you delay you will regret it. BUY. BUY GHEAP. BUY NOW. Cuspidores. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods 200zoo hand-Painted Porcelain Cuspidores. DEPE.A.BRT M.ENT Were $1.25, Childlren's Black Ribbed Hose, To Close Out, 65c. I TO LOS OU, Children's Grey HIose, extra long, lass Cups FOR 25c. Ladies' Black Ilose, I2zc. to Dozen Glass Sherbet or Lemonade Cups Ladies' Swiss Ribbet Vests, with Saucer, TO CLOSE OUT, I23C. To Close Out, 10c. Largest Line of Men's Balbriggan Under wear in the city, Engraved Goblets. SU.- Notion Department, 25 Dozen Engraved Goblets, new and handsome, two patterns. Were $2.oo00 Fancy Baskets, 25c to.............. *50 per dozen, Cashmere Bouquet Soap, cake..... .20 I Buticura Soap, cake............... .20 To Close Out, $1 Dozen. Colgate's Bandoline, bottle.......... .20 Oatmeal Bouquet Soap, 3 for...... .25 Florida Water, large bottles........ .6o Hand Mirrors, French Plate........ .40 Oil Stoves. Large Sponges, each .............. .15 hair Brushes, each ................ 35 2-Burner Oil Stove, best make, with water Tooth Brushes, each............... .15 and all the latest improvements. Feather Dusters................... .20 pan, and all the latest improvements. Faber's Pencils ................... .05 Former price, $3.00, Ruhber Bands, dozen.............. .05 25 Envelopes .................... .05 To Close Out, $1.50. Come quick while these bargains last. WM. WEINSTEIN & CO. I WEISENHORN Carriage Manufacturing Company1 WVin. Deering & Co.'s CRASS CUTTING AND HARVESTING MACHINES, S* * MAN.FACTUICE.SRS OF AND DEUAIERIIN see Ca ia es, Wa0ns arriage Material Fine Repairing and Painting a Speoially. AGENTS FOR DUdMBERLANDE GOAL. HLN'TELE ~OA~J.E I OG . li B.. HELENA AVENUE, ADJOINING STEAMBOAT BLOCK.