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+ LOOK AT THESE PRICES AND DISCOUNTS. + Decorators of White French China buying $5 worth and over will be allowed a discount of 20 per cent., and 25 per cent. off on $10 worth and over, making cost less than New York prices and the finest assortment in the West to select from. We can sell you White China Dinnerware for very little more than common decorated goods cost you elsewhere. New shapes and new designs. We Have Fine Goods. We Have Gheap Goods. CROCKERY, GCLASSWALhRE1 SILVERWARE, LAMP GOODS, TINWARE. Decorated Vase Lamp, with Shade to match............. .... $1.75 Parlor Brooms .............. 300 Tubs ....................... . $1.00 W hite China Dinner Plates, per set ............................... 1.00 Fire Shovels.................. 5c Tubs ........................ 1.25 Decorated Dinner Plates, per set ...................................... .75 Dust Pans .............. 10 Tubs ................. .7 Goblets, per set.............. .40 CCorn Poppers; : ;............ 15c Mop Sticks ................ .15 Cake Turners ............... Sc Wood Pails ............... .20 Engraved Band Tumblers, pe set ....................................25 Steak Hammers........ 20 Fibre Pails Ha............... .55 Engraved Thin Blown Tumblers, per set .......................... .65 Cover Lifters ................ o ,Novelty Clothes X\\ringers.... 2.35 White China Cups and Saucers, per set .. . . . . . . . ................ 1.25 Window Cleaners .......... 25c Acme Wringers........... 2.10 Complete Line of Kitchen Hardware. Prices the Lowest. F. J. EDWARDS, 19 SOUTH MAIN ST. A BOY'S CRIME. HIls Ghost and His Victim's Haunted the Little School House. The little red school house that once stood near the Black river, Posey county, In diana, has burned to the ground. A huge pile of ashes mark the place where the modest temple of learning stood. The little school house was haunted, the natives say, by the spirits of two bright boys who once sat side by side upon a wooden bench in the little school house. One day the boys had a dispute upon the play grounds. In the hand of one was an open barlow knife. In his sudden anger he slashed at his comrade with the knife. The steel blade sank to the hilt in the schoolboy's neck. The wounded lad ran a dozen steps and fell forward upon the doorstep of the school house. The boy's life-blood spurted out in a stream. He was dying. The horrified teacher and pupils gathered around the unfortunate boy. The little murderer, with the teats trickling down his cheeks, placed his hand over the ugly wound in ttp vain effort to stop the terrible flow of blood. No human power could save the wounded lad's life, and he was soon pale and rigid in death. The corpse was gently carried to the stricken home and the school children were dis missed. That night the officials of the law came to arrest the school-boy murderer. A close search was made. but the boy could not be found. The following day his lifeless body was found ulon the fatal spot at the school house door. 'Ihere was an ugly wound in the boy's neck. He had taken his own life with the barlow knife and his blood had mingled with that of his com rade and victim at the school house door. There was a double funeral two days later, and the two school boys were laid in graves side by side in the little church yard near near here. After the enactment of the tragedies at the school house strange things happened there. Belated farmers saw eights and beard groans there late at night that made their blood run cold. The country singing and writing schools were broken up by the strange noises heard after night at the school house door. Some years ago a big watch party was organized and held at the school house. At the ve y hour of midnight there was a wild, weird shriek at the door and the lights went oat all at once. The watch party broke up in confusion and the ghosts at the school house were never afterwards disturbed by prying people.-St. Louis iepublio. AFRICAN IRON-MASTERS. Some Excellent Vork Done With Crude Implemenlts. The Bialubans, as the natives of the Musnsanyomma district of Central Africa are styled, enjoy an excellent local reputa tion as iron workers. They find their crude material in the form of bog iron ore on the surface of the hand. It rarely hapipens thiat digging to an apirreciable depth is neces sary. Their smelting furnaces, which are constructed of clay, are fromn six to ten feet high und from for ty to sixty inches in diameter at the base, and conical in shapu. The ore is tipped into the fu unaco fi om above; the charcoal, on the other hand, is introduced into basin-like side openings, which also receive 4) continuous air blast, while the iron and slag are removed from the bottom of the furnace about every eight or twelve hours, accerding to the de gree of heat obtained. The forge is a circular building some six teen feet in diameter, with a pointed rout and open sides. At a distance it might Ire taken for a park band stand. In the cen .rr of this hut Is the fire, which is main 0ined in conlstaut activity by ureans of a nique pair of bellows, which merit a recial descriptionl. 'llrey coOsist of a ock of wood, generally twenty ineoeb' ng, hollowed out and fitted with a funnel 'ad made of clay. At the lower end are a orifices, over which skins are stretched. 'ton is Impnrted to th,. instrument by action of two small rrde. ts hummer is .of snlid irin; the tongs 'narvels of siplioiety-to-wat: a bent branch. An iron wedge driven into Ver bole serves as an anvil. recollections of the linlubans carry them back to the time when they wrought metals with stone tools, says London Iron. Some of the natives are comparatively nc tietio workers. Very fine axes, carefully inlaid with copper, are producod. Strikes among these swarthy artificers, it should be noted, awe of comparatively rare occur rence, probly owing to the fso that the malcontents invariably have their heads lopped off and their skins placed on one aide for patching or, in case of need, en tirely recovering the aforesaid curious bel lows. Electric litters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special men tion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purermed icine does not exist, and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys. will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of headache, count pa'ion and in digestion try Electric Bittle.. Entire sat isfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price, 50. and $1 per bottle, at H. M. Par chen's drug store. The Celebrated French Cure, Warranted ii APHRODITIE " mreoney to core refunded. Is SOLD ON A POSITIVE * GUARANTEE L to cure anyformI of nervous die- " case or any dis orderof the gen shE tivo organoe of either aex, " whether arisingr BEFORFE from tho exces- AFTFER sive use of Stlmulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful ludiscretlon over indul gence, &f., esuch as Loss of brain Power, Wakefulness, Bearing dow Pailns in the back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Pros tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Lcucorrhoca, Dizzlness, Weal; ilemory Loss of Power andt Impotency, which if negllertcd often lead to prematuro ol1 alro andlrn:antlty PrIce $1,00 a box, 6 boxes for $5.O0. Snot by mail on receipt of price. oA .VITTEN GUARANTEE is given for every $5.01 order received, to refund the money If a l'crncaanut ereii crror, efoted. Woehave thousauds of testimonials from old anod young of )both cexts, who harve beru permanently cured b)y tlie llro ,i Allrodllnue. Clrcllarsr free. Meit ion palter. Alilrriss THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western 'anch, P. 0. Box 27. !iold by R. bL Parchen & Co.. druggists Ia's ia, Mont. NOTI('E OF DISSOILUTION OF ('O-PAllTr erehirp. -Noti ca i hereby given that the eo-lpartnrrship heretofore exlt no betweeoon \ 1m. "einstein. Sr., im. Weice rin. Ir.. ald t hamuel Wrinaleiln ia this dry rIieroly, I by clntual coli rent, the said mi. WrNretein, : r., and the said \Vin,. \\ einstein, Jr.. rettirmlg fromla id lit ui, aud that the aid ri la .ar e :ol ltein antdi lithe under aigl.n leilrr t ihe toill icorhave enterei, inlto a co partnllorhilr under t P herm naire of Werint iti l i' flor the fp rpi o_ ee ci rrrrlrlirrlillc lh' tirrrbusilnas hlrlrrftrre crriorrirn Iy l ic rairrm of 'im. iiehtjrr in eu ICo. 'I he said lran rr Vei,.trjii & 1 r i rauohori.red Io ,,lleet, rerriee arl n r reeiprt frrr all deblr luln lilbtilitirr rUlrl o. a d will lay all dibts due frL m the said hirini of b l1I,IA. A , r, I H EIN & CO. lated Itolena. Mont.. Nov. 2, Ft9'. W'Ai. \t INS I IN. Ji ., 'AM U El, WFINI'1EIN, I 11)t I \%V -.l\ 'I, I+,IN. WM. \'iINbI'. IN. 5B1. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining 1N3I6 ERS ROOMS 24, 26, Mlerchaets Nat lnal Bank liclldinig. lelsaL MoaltAa. Drs. Liebi &Co. WORLD DISPENSARY. 8an Franmlseo, Kansas City and Chicago. Have treated snore cases suesessfully than all others, simalar in name, combined. Hsvs established PERMANENT OFFICES AT 13" Main St., Helena, NOV ELTY BLOCK. The rapidly ino:e ting number of patients ti Montana demand gt ter facilities and accom modations, to meet whih trse. Liebig & Co. have establiehed o.limes in this city. 'J hey will be in cha g, of a duly authorized r presrntative, who will report all complicated c(as to the head office, where comple a recorda are kept of all caser a'id ie trletmouLt adopted. Each branch having its sinecia)i't, no one physicia's and never lose ti.a i five experienced soieolatets .ave a coatn lttion on every case pro.entcd. HBaing thousands to refer to, comparisons are readily made. No experimenting-simply ap plying the trastment that hre times without number prfved auoo stful. Thie is the secret of I their surcest and toe reas n Au:ch marvelous cure as hereofore reporte:l Iave been made after the best local physicians pronounting them hopelessly incurable. MEN Chronic aoTe tions, wheher frn m early indis ore is n. i, neeral l".xces.s', lemin tl Weakrvss. .Ino of Manl.o d, Mvplhilis anilt ouer a'a ,ti nis unfitting th.m frovt enljoying any f i the p eas ores of life, treat d in i carld after absolute failure by oclh re. rr. I lob g & Co .'a rnata tion for ti:eir inparallrlei sucecs in theating thi DiscnaLs o f elon is world wide, and they have patients in all parts of it. Theitr pecialict for a'"ettions , t women his lately leturncd fIrom ructope., havino al the latest appcicances an I remedils nild n the prin ciple hopitas' and is without a at perior on the eo.:et C;A PAr RIF, and kindred affeotions of the Fyr. Ear. Throat sn I I ne, r.e aS fu ly treated, and in a manner ,i mildly asto be acceptable to the m .t delioa e clhd. Iraces for tpinal lDeforn ltion. Club iret, etc., manufactured, batifac.tion guaranteel. IDrs. Lleblg & Co. will Visit Marysvtlle the 13th and 14th, Phllipsbnrg the 15th and 16th, Granite the 10th and 17th, and Missoula the 18th and 10th of each month. Conssultatlon Free. Call or addlro.s: Ban Flranoico, 400 tearyl; liutte. 8 liroadwai: Helena. 18 I Main. SI· Oh sit.i1.; lillUN t1111Nti liOcAcl1). Ilciene, ylmictcna.e Nov. tl' 18I01 I'ro,,alis are hIrhly ivited to furnish the fo lowinl olupplhte to the 'lhlrd lrgiilntlwi as H IIutly, COIIveiiiIg at loeleina, lonliina. Jan. ·, •. % i. It 1:|. ('lass t. .All printing anid aiter which mainy Ic r,qliredl for i.s nee. 1ids for printing to be lier AOct ctcis, bidc for aticti toic tper poliund, to in clnde bill pialir, onrolling ani eingroletlinl pi cr. lettelr heads lnd iullplsl fIor i enatl aild lousoe. t las. tily-e.rrn woste papier Ilasiele. cllle deor, II ciclirl. AtI lnett' click ink, I1OU tiloie o lli sueil ,e ictilc t . go. F, agl lei nciuocil any", twilnlt P hll .llOne icit holders. one downem b,,xre, a.mllatedto st pen, two lcm(ingloln t(3,e ciritirs mount.d,. I udt on class I acli 2 '.'liiould lhe malte sl.ler ailly l iiand ldrr d tlld o .1 c,. l'iolo. e lreilal. nt slatI furnl -hu i rll-rdI, li leuo i. tilitaalll. llis ftr lasslii i t i I rse ccti ccic I tic> a codl in t o ccciict fi ltll cO ciilciitiocct| for thu falicicl lalr firclll alce f the w, rk unlder ecilh rules atd rtll latiocni, as I lthe uricshitil bolard nlmy requirie uitl frilcc tim tio tci im s ias rchniro. taillllo of all \\ilirk iel i b tln ai t the ci licts of furlllLhcsii I dl.ud, i h for ai'cllscl Oilics tIc b"l n(lo stcllDnilil ith' a Ilincd in Ih slullll c it' c *.Oit. wclti like i l tcli tion-i I ids to be flied on or before I osnlmillr 12, 1892. ,Oe ent . ' e OOrl l .t iresident state k urnishive Board. ALBERTA HI. & COAL CO, AND GREAT FALLS & CANADA RY. CO. Ceondensed Joint Time Table Ia Efreet 8epa 1,1892s Golin West-No. 2- AJRRTVl DEPART. Duanmore.................. '7:G0 pm lreassy Lake.............. 010:30 pm Lethb idoe .. . .. *2:00 am St,sing South-No. 5 I.ethbr:dge .......... .... 7:00 a m •tirling ..................... +t 20 am rnunton ................ .:0 a Milk tI;ver................. t10:40 a m : outte (intern. boundary) tll80 a m Sweet orause. -12:00 p m vin.......... ............... 12:50 p mo Vockv Springs ............ ?1:40 pm (hholby Junotion.......... 2:20 m 2: p m ('onrac .......... ........ 3:40 m t1'ondora ............... *0:00 pm 05:20 p Collins ..................... 50 pm Steel ......... .. ....... 8:15 p m Vaughan .................... 8:50 p m reat Falls ................ *9O:00 pm moin4 North-No. 5 Great Falls ................. 11:00 p m Vaughan.................... :40 p ktoe.l '12:20 a m Colliae ns.. ........... 2:0 a m P.undtoa.................. :40 a m 'onrad.... ......... ..... .:41 a itShelby Junotion........... 0 m 6:00 a t:30 a n olrky bhrin .............. 7:20 a m evin .................. .... 4 ":10 a m rwet tirass (inter. beund.) t9:00 a m Contt, Mona l Piver ............. ... 1 i :40 a no orunon ........ ............ 1:25 a m btirlin .......... ...... t12:5e p m Leshhrid e.......... ..:..... 12:10 p m Goin hest-N-o. 8 Lethbridge §.......8:r..... p :r 5 ±Ny .ak.............. X12:45 p m .nmoro ................ .94:4p ll Soin a it--No. 1- Latheuri go .............. .10:40 plm tirosey i ake ............... 2:00 a mn unmore.......... :40 a m l)aily. IMouday, Wednesday and Friday. (Meals §gD.ii.T eza· t undsy. 'Iltrough triane leave (reat FaUi. Sunday,. Tuesday and Thursday. at l1 l. p.. 'lhrouglh trains leave Lothbridge, Monday. Wesdneday and P rlday at 7 a. m. CONN .OTIINS. Canadian Paoifs 1tailway--Trains leave Dun more Junction: For Atlantic Coast at 10:25 a. m. or 'sPacific Coast at 0:02 t. nm. Great Northern I'ailwy- -Trains leave Shelby Junction: 1,r Kalispell, uonner's perry, Spo kanen. eta., at 1A:4o at. m. For tt. Paulat 2:82 p.m. Great Northern Railway-'raions leave Ureat Fall.. bor 4siena and blutte at 10:2 a m. For Ct. Panul a 1:45 p. P. Maclaod ao:d Pincher ('rek--Stage leave. lethbridoe every '1 nesday. Tohuray and §Iatur. ay Lt a. m. Chotmar. Stage for (Chteau. tellovlew. Bynum. etc., connects with trains No. 5 and 8. N. .--Pua.eengere to and from Katlispell. on. -er'. Ferry, 1-pokaue. eta.. will note that close d-ily connections are mule with t.,eat Northern aallway at Shelby Jo otion. EI". GAL'I. General Manager. W. 1). BAR(ULA . I onerrl ouperlntendent. H. MAItTIN. General Traffoc Agent. THE GODES. Political, Civil, Civil Procedure. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. $2.50 Per Volume. SNos. A Weekly Feast. Capital bill-of-fare. Beat company, briaht talk. discuslsion f _ new idea. better plate-ootlook, booke, society, lif,-thin i. what w omen find in the Housekeeper's Weekly. It has a semi * social flavor which makes it most fascinating. "My Weekly Tea-Party." one reader calls it. 'omes every week; and One If you send $1 NOW for Dollar a year. It contains the Honusekeeper's Weekly for 1893, you get the rest i '- "Home Talks" each week. of 1~ 3 FREE. , M arioT10n H-arlan. S Portrait, n.. ew books..ur rent events. womene interests., 'iweile the capi al Practical llepartnments. "ho woman can imag na ahat it is to get-such a peper as often as baking or ironing day," writes a reader. "I have taken many aapers, but never one like the JIOUSEKEI'Et'S W.EEKL.Y." .w . The Houseketor's Weekly Bread Conteet+, giving Gold Watches for UW F L t u es. the bes tL:rod; the H. W\. Purehuing Club. which earne $10 to $5u a year for each member; the 10 per cent. D)ividend Fund; end other prlvleges for suobcriber only. The only honuehold weekly. Don't miss getting it next year. Only $1 now to Decemter 1895. No free samplc. A collection of rare beauty and value-fine engraved portraits of l ]Famous FaIces. phillips Broks. Lady Henry Nomorbet. lolstol. "tansy. and many others. The ionsekeeper's Weekly I ortrit Album is a gem.--the result of o're of tabor, and cannot bh, bought eaywhero. Plat.e bonn t with ailk In lne ombossed cover. Uiven F'IEEI with every new subscription to Hlousekeeper's Weekly. HOUSEKEEPER'S WEEKLY, Philadelphia, Pa. SPECIAL CLUBBIsIN( OFFER: The Housekeeper's W ekly and The WVe :k'y Independent Both for 2.50 n 7 r, Including the Portrait Album. Fend money sad orders to 1he Helena Independent. SUMMONS.-IN TH.IE DISTRICT COURT OF the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. ierta I ongfeldor. plaintiff, vs. William W. Lonegcider; dutofendant. 'the Plate o! ontana sends greeting to the above named defendant: Yon are hereby reu ired t appear in n naction brvglte aait-t, ho h vo . lTitbitoned p1oini ilf In thie district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of lvwUs anat Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten daye excluaivo of thec day of service) aflter tie sorvie on you of this erntnlone, it ser\ve, nit hin this county; or. if served out of this countyt but withi:l Ith district. within twenty days: otherwise wnithin forty day,. or judgment tiy default will he taken ou atnetyon accordilg to thle prayer of said complaint. I ,r said at.ton .is tu-uight to I,,tet a decree of the court dissolving the bonds of niatrileony Ietween ti e plaintiff and d fondant, on the around of desertlion of plalniti bh defoetdaut, and abandonment since th- -- -day of Aunint. 1ttl9. all as mere full api ears in the complaint on file in said court, to which reference is hereby made. Anil you are hereby notitfli that if you fall to appear and anrwer the saitt comnlaint aeaboves reoquiredl, the said plaintitl will aptly to the snort for the relief denmauild in her csnplalnt. Given under nmi hand and the Mea of tihe di trMnt court of thte Ptirt jtdicial district of the state of Montana, in ant for the ----s---- om ctouty of irwis and t'larko. FSal NirltA this 2 Uth dar of ONtSher, iD the oud. Dist. year of o r ortl od n tlchutan d Court j eigtst hundred atnd niot-two-i .---ý---' JOHN iIKAN. Cllerk. By H. J. ('ASniY, Deputy 0 terk. David I Carpenter, Attorney fsr t laintil. C. B. LEBKICHER, BlankBooks And General Bookbinding, Manataetutrsr of ake Iadeetresaotlbl lat.Openlag Blltak Boos. No Extra Cost. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building. ...........l $500 REIVARD! FOR THE RlECOVERT 01 The Body of John McPhee Who was lost Sept. 30, 1891, i. Deer Lodge county, west of Rimini and south of Elliston. Was last seen about t.hreo miles east of the Ontario mine. He wore a dark suit of clothes and hat, also a watch with his name ongravod on inside case. Address information to AGNES McPHEE, 15 South Raleigh St., Helona, Mont A.K. PRESCOTT 4DEALER IN1 Marble and Granite MONUMENTS IANUb HEADSTONES Iron ele6s8, Fenolng. Moatasm, TOC('ItI[OI.)DE:IS' MEETING-THE AN " nual mooting of the storkholder. of the 'ony iuld Mining aumpany wll be held at the ofile of tho lielena and Livigatuon Smeltiug ald Ifoýtuoliton 0o01s"y. lolen. Montana. on I adsy ay. ,o 2 I22.i, at I a. i., for the par p.oe. of eleCctll a board of trIateet for the an ailng year, and the transalctio of ouch other businesa as omay properly come before It. 0. Ot. ALLtEZ. Le e1 Helenua, Montan, Nov, Uo. 11,