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eouple of Ooebvoy Take tweet e* vens* for a Sharp Spase. "Talking of the unusual, the astonishing, ot disoounting fition and all that," said a Ward, of Portlnd, to a reporter of the a Franeieoo Examiner, "I have heard of w stranger things than something I wit. sed on board a fast Northern Paole sin one aight in December, 1884, "I had been to New York and was coming I t via St. Paul. In the St. Paul depot l we we re waiting for the making up of e Northern Pacific train bound out to eget bound, I noticed two young cowboye. hey were good looking, wore broad-brim ld white hate with leather bands, and are otherwise got up as trontlersmen, ing very picturesque in appearanoe. eveothelese they were very eenlible, nie ilows, as I afterward found. "Aboard the same oars in which I and the wboye happened to take passage was an derly lady and eeveal daubhtsre, two of ea being young women. For a couple of aye we bowled acrose the Dakota pran lee to the Bad Lands and finilry into the allatin valley. Myself and the cowboys ad become pretty well acquainted, the aye and nlahts were lovely and things we: e bout as serene and satisfactory as they .ol could be. "One day I uggnaeted a game of cards to bile away the time. One of the cowboys aid he was willing, but he had no partner, nd su gested that I ask the two girls if they oold oln us. He said be could fight the loux or Cows, or rope the wildest of wild teere, but when it came to talking to omen it wesn't his beet hold. I hadn't alked to them hitherto, but at his sag stion I concluded to ask them, and nally did so as politely as I could, the oung cowboy happening to stand year at he time, "'No air,' said the elder of the ai Is, pitefully, 'we can't play cards, and we on't want to learn.' ," Ihere was no occasion for such a re ark. I simply ignored it, tunmed and alked away. But the cowboy took it as a urther personal affiont, becouse of his *ough clothing. All the rust of the night d the next day he did nothing in refer nce to it, but the iron had entered his soul. bout 10 o'clock the next evening we no iced both girls asleep ahead of us in the ar. One cowboy remarked to the other hat a joke it would be for'each to kiss one f them as he got off the train a little later t Billing the place nearest their ranch. "One dare led to another, and finally, dly enough, it was agreed that they do 4. It wne just midnight when the. tain eached Billings. I wnlked ahead, accord pg to a prearranged plan, and opened wile he door and returned to my seat. Each owboy then advanced with his valise and undles in his hand, and, havina previously lected his girl, impressed upon her lips a .rvent kiss, shot out of the door and was like a flash. You better believe there as a commotion. "All the passengers were bursting with nlaghter. One of the girls dreamily awoke, realizing that she had felt a mus ache on her lips, and at length sang out: 'Who the dickens was that man that kissed se?' The other girl also realized that she had been kissed. Nobody told them who it was, however. They went to Spokane Falls, and for.aught I know are living there yet. "As for the cowboys, I was in Montana lnot lon ago and took pains to inquire about them. 'They are both very prosper oue, and one is the owner of several thous and cattle on the Rosebud, near Billings. His name is Lee. 'Ihousands of people in Montana will know him when this story is mentioned. He will not deny the story either." A Whaler at tihe Fair. The old whaling bark "Progress," which has now reached Detroit on her way from New Bedford, Mass., to Chicago, where she and her contents will constitute for the benefit of World's fair visitors a complete exhibit of the whale catchinn industry, has a remarkable history. She has made seven teen trips around Cape Horn, all of them successful. Forty times has she crossed the Arctic ocean in search of the whale and his valuable blubber. In 1869) she set sail and joined the Arctic leet. In 1871 terrific - stor me scattered the fleet and ill met did ,nter except the "Progress," which came back to New Bedford with 3(k1 sailors, seven captains, five women and three children, the survivors of the wreck. She car ies six wvhaleboats, which have all seen cntual ser vice, and each one is provided with a colm Plete equipment of pa8nphornalie. ThleseO oats are sharp at both ends, and can be driven at great speed by six good oarsmen. Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised drugniet to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for con g.umption, coughs and colds, upon tlljs con dition. If you are afllcted with a cough, cold or any lung, throat or chest trouble, I asnd will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, 3 ou may return the bottle and have your omoney refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never dis upooints. Trial bottles free at 11. S. Hale &. Co.'s drug store. Large size 110 cents and .$1. A Warning-Don't Use UBi Words. In promulgating esoterlo cogitations or 1 rrticulating superficial sentimentalities and I hilosophical or psychological obser vations, beware of platitudinous ponder oeity. Let your statements possess a cla'i fled conciseness, compacted comprehenai bleness, coalescent consistency and a concentrated cogency. Eschew all con glomerations of flatulent garrulity, jejuna Iabblement and asinine affectations. Inw 1lying to impress upon othera the superior ity of the Wisconsin Central lines. and why you and so many others use this thorough lare from St. Paul and Minneapolis and Duluth and Ashland to Milwaukee, Chicago and points east and south, it is not neese sary to use jawbreakers. Let your extol. Itoraneous desecantinge and unpremeditated xpatiations have intelligibility and vera- 4 ciclus vrvnacity, without rhodomontade or thrasonical bombast. Bedulouly avoid all all polysyllabio profundity. psittaoeous vano ualty, ventriloqusal verbosity and vandilo- 5' euent vapidity, shun double entendres, e prarient jauosity and pestiferous profanity, or obscurent or apparent. In other words, et talk plainly, naturally, sensibly, and truth- n, fully say the Wisconsin Central lines is the w moute, and that ends it. Opportlunlity. 0 Maeter of human destinv am I, gI Frme, love and fortune on my footstepe It wait, s Cities and fields I walk. I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or tate or I knock unbidden once at oevey gate. ct If sleeping, wake;: it feastins rise before fr I turn away. It is the hour of state er And they who followme reach every state Mortals desire, and conquer every foe Bare death; but those who doubt or heel tate Condemned to failure, penury and woe Seek me in vain ale ns uselessly implora; I answer not, and I return no morse. J*o. JJ.I NOALL.a But fail ye not in this respect, Beize every opportunity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. Thi is lethe advice of GEo. I. HeArFvour I a General Passenger Agent. Chic.go, ILL a Are You Snfraring From back anohe, inflammation of the blad der, brick dust deposit or stone in theblad ,' r. or in firct ally dersrgeniellt or the I idr'ys or urinrrv ,rrrenus'? If thus naillicted do not lose tiucr nirl waste nlosuv on worth less lininments and worse plaste i, lut strike Ert tihe seat of the disease at once hy nuing the grentent ell of known remedies, the ce! * bratrd Oregon Kriley l'Tea. Pleasant ti nlake, lurely vegetable. batirefaction every tims. Dypepsla. That nlihtmnar of mai's existenne whIch makes food a umockery and bnishes sleep irrsmi weary eyes. readily itelde to thepo tent ilfluene of the celebrrted English ])endelion ToInic. It tones uii the digest- ' ire oreasu, restores the appetite, makes se elmilatlon tof food possible and invlgorates the whole eytemlo All druggists sell it at $1 per bottle. "" THE BGE HIXIE + . SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK! BDown Go the Prices. A Gut in Every Department. COUNTER GOODS HOSIERY. LADIES' LACE WRAPS. Our counters are again filled with many useful house- Children's Fast Black Ribbed Hose, Seamless, sizes 7 to 8,, Our buyer secured a few croie Wraps at a Bankrupt hold articles, among which we mention: to close at 5c Sale in New York, and we are enabled to cut the Eastern hold articles, among which we mention: to close at I5c. prices 33 ' per cent., making them tje best bargains offered 24 sheets Fancy Shelf Paper ..........................o5 Children's Heavy Ribbed Hose, Fast Black and Seamless in Helena this season. Tea and Coffee Strainers..........................05 sizes 6 to io at 25c. Fine Lace Wraps, New York Price $7.56, Our Price $5.oo Cake and Biscuit Cutters .......................... .o5 Children's Fine Quality Balbriggan and Cotton Hose in Fine Lace Wraps, New York Price 8.oo, Our Price 5.35 Toilet Soap.....................................05o Brown and Navy Blue, sizes 6 to 74, to close at 1z2. Fine Lace Wraps, New York Price 8.50, Our Price 5.65 B. B. Stove Paste........ ........... ........... ..o Ladies' Fast Black and Seamless Hose, New Stock, at zoc, Fine Lace Wraps, New York Price' 9.oo, Our Price 6.oo Wood Tooth Picks, per box........................ ...o0 2oc, 30c, 35c, 4oc, 5oc, 6oc, 75c, 90c and upwards. Fine Lace Wraps, New York Price 5.oo, Our Price o0.oo Machine Oil.................................. .o0 Fine Lace Wraps, New York Price 20.00, Our Price 13,35 Large box Pdtz Pomade............................o Men's Fast Black Half Iose, five pairs for $r. These goods are new and this season's styles, and we Patent Egg Beaters ................................ o One lot of Ladies' Fancy Striped Lisle Thread Hose, best in guarantee prices to be less than one-half Helena prices. Curtain Chains .................................. ..o the market worth 9oc, to close out this week at 4oc. z pound Mixed Bird Seed ............................ o _ __- CROCKERY AND CHINAWARE. Assorted Tinware, etc.............................. to Wood Rolling Pins ................................ 5 SH EET M USIC Our -piece decorted Eglish Tea Set, usually sold o Bread Pans ........................................15 Our 56-piece decorated English Tea Set, usually sold for Electric Shoe Dressing............................... 5 $6.50, closing price $3.75. Large Bottle Ammonia ............................20 New assortment of our well known Sheet Music just received Our zzI-piece Dinner Set, a regular $2o hummer, finely Large Silverine Waiters...........................20 and sold at the uniform price of zo cents per copy. decorated, to close at $12.50. Nursery Stoves..... ..................... 25 Also the Musical Monthly for July, containing the latest Our gold band Tea Set, 56-pieces, fine French china, sold Fine Thermometer and Barometer .................... 25on at $15, to close, at $8.75. dozen Silver Plated Tea Spoonsme . ..................25 productions, price 15 cents. Our gold band Dirner Set, Carlsbad china,zo2 pieces, regular Catalogues of Music mailed to any address free on ap- price $45, to close, at $25. ADIES' MUS IN T R SS S. plication. Our decorated Chamber Set, including plop jar, regular LADIES' MUSLIN NIGHT DRESSES, .__ _ -- price $7, to close at $5.25, without jar $3. SDecorated china spittoons to close 75c. FOR 6oc. Ladies' full size Muslin Night Dress, plain, B ABY CARRIAGES. TABLE LINENS AND TOWELS. only6oc. TABLE LINENS AND TOWELS. FOR 85c. Ladies' Muslin Night Dress, z2 tucks, and 3 Our $6.50 leaders, worth $9, closing price $5. rows inserting, only 85c. Our $g leader, worth $12, closing price $7.25. We have a full line of these goods, comprising fine Irish FOR $i. Ladies' Muslin Night Dress, 30 tucks and Em- Our $Sx leader, worth $I5, closing price $9. and German Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, and Doylies, broidered yoke, only $1. Our $12 leader, worth $16.50, closing price $9.75. knotted fringe Damask Towels, Turkish Towels of all sizes, Also some special values at $i.io, $1.25 and $3.50. Our $13 leader, worth $18, closing price $11. Bureau Scarfs-Linen, fancy borders, Stamped Linens of all Full line of Ladies' Chemises, Skirts, Drawers, etc., at spe- On all fine carriages we offer a special reduction of to per kinds, Table Covers in Silk, Plush and Chenille. On these cial sale prices. cent. goods a special discount this week of to per cent. Remember that all goods are marked in plain figures, and the discounts offered are strictly as advertised. SOL. GENZBERGER & CO., 5 NORTH MAIN ST., HELENA. ... . . . . Recently the followinq Notice aeared n the San Francisco (Chronlcle. ' judge -. hald been sick only about two wee is, and it was tnot until the last three or four days that the maisady took a serious trn. At the bcginoiuglof his illtess le sulfered fromn diabetes and stomaclh disorder. Later the kidneys refused to perform their functions snd Ihe passed qui'lly away. Thusr ended the life of one of the most I;rominett meo in Cali I fornia." Like thousands of others his un timely dethl was tile reasult ofneglectiug early symptoms of kidney disease. IF YtOUt are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or any de raneent of the kidnseys or utrinary organs, dolt delay proper treatment uttil you are forced to give up your daily duties; dort'lt waste your touley on worthless linimenlts and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greatest of nll known remedies, the celebrated Oregon sKid ney Tea. It has saved the lives of tthousands. Why should it not core you ? Try it. Purely vegetable and pleasan to take. $1.00 a pack .age, 6 or $5.00. The Gelebrated French ureo, Warranted "AP A HRODITINE" O' moadu S GUARANTEE fr r to cort ally form of aervous dlsease, or ally disorlder of tihe M " geueratlve o.. AFTER gails of either sex wohether arising from the xcuessive use ot Stlmulatst, Tobacco or Opitlru, orthrough youtlOful indiscretlou, over indulg ncte, dc., such as l.oss of Brain Power, Wakefltt Ieua, Bearing dosw Itusams i the Back, Seminal Weabkness, hysteria, Nervous Prostrationl Notirtrn a Emissioll., l.escorrhta, Daizziness, Weak Maein. ory, Leossoa Powcr anid Importey, whicrh If Ie gleeted often lead to prelatlurooln aigesnd Ilssan ity. Prlee $1.00 a box, boxes or O0 BeSet by mail ot receipt of prlice. A WVItTTEN GIUARANTEE forevery$5.tO order, to refunlld the money it a POertasuent from old and young, oa both sexes, permatently cured by ArPIltOnlrtNa. Circular free. Addroir THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. WI5TaBN nBANCH, BOX 27 PORTLAND, OR, Sold by HI. . Paeohen &q Co., drugcetst iaBes , Mont. GONSUMPTION.. I haw a pisltive nsmady Ea the show dissess bl ibt M thosande of sas of the worst kilnt and of eong standing hase been eured. Inded sstaroltn tis ly faitS I ltsee aer, that I will send TWOS IOTTLKS wttn,wtth SVALUABLR TREAIR'tE on this disease to any suf. hcer who wll Mend mse thei Epress and P.O. addreso V. A. Sloeum. MI. C.. 11 Pearl Mr.. N. Yi LYON & HEALY Csiiosul it &ss tssntta de0s il.atm s .pfins 400o a1tkk rhqs . IsuIkmd or Lmh i Catnist lutsostO, fot Suntan. Ki asi scala, anm i..Ltltale' it wIa. snd a a • PATENTS. ... United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any iniormation givon. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Plttsburgh mlock. olenw, Most ANNOUNCEMENT! Finding it impossible to secure a purchaser with sufficient capital to buy our immense stock of INES, LIOPORS T CIGARS We have concluded to remain in business at the old stand, NVo. 3 South Main St., Helena, Montana Where we shall be pleased to see our old friends and patrons. We have en route the largest and fin st stock o' Wines, Liquors and Cigars ever brought to the State, and would particularly direct attention tothe following brands: dIONARCH, 1880. In free bonded warehouse in IERMITAGE, 1886. Kentucky: BOND & LILLARD, 1887. 50 bbls.W. H. McBRAYER, fall '88 3UCKENHEIMER RYE, 1887. In U. S. bonded warehouse cer tificate in Kentucky (will sell in PELSON, 1880. 6-barrel lots only): DLD CROW, 1886. J. E. PEPPER, 1891. W. H. McBRAYER, 1887. BOND & LILLARD, 1890. J. E. PEPPER, 1887. W. H. MoBRAYER, 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 C(IGARS. Just Arrived from St. Louis, Carload of Export Pilsener. Families, Attention Families can find the best Liqudrs in the city by the bottle or Gallon, at very low prices. Orders promptly attended to and delivered to any part of the city. I. L. ISRAEL & CO., TELEPHONE 122, NO. 8 SOUTH MAIN ST. Mc Cormick O r MITCHELL Farn and Sprinl Wagons. STUDEBAKER. a os.EA F I N E L I N E O F ' = - BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BUCKBOARDS, CARTS * Genuine Glidden Wire. Full Line of McCormick Machine Extraa. At the Old Stand, Corner Main Street and Sixth Avenue, •+- S. C. S H-- BY. +,