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FATE OF A FAMOUS ACTRtESS.
A Itory tore Romentle Then Any of Dunmas' Fiotions. In the preftae to hie new edition of the "Letters of Adrienne Leeoutvrer," M., Georges Monval, the learned and aete archivist of the (omedle Franoaise, ftr onihes more information as to the life, and espeolally as to the death of that amiable and ill-fated astren than has hitherto been available, arys an exchange, It has long been believed that MM. Scribe and Legove have set it forth on the stage that she was poisoned by the duchess de Bouillon through Jealousy of Maurloe de Baze. In point of fact, this is a question which it is w.kremely difiloult to settle. M. Monval has unearthed the pollee reports of the af fair in the archives and library of the Arsenal, and finds in them a story more rcemantin than anything Dumes over wrote. Leaviln out all the minor details of oaths and masks and midnight meetings. the main facts in the ease seem to be these: The duchess of 'Bouillon employed a hump. backed abbe named Simeon Boaret to carry to Adrienne Lecouvrenr a box of lozenges, probably poiseoned. Bouret tromised, but afterward repented and gave warning to the actress. At once a scandal arose. The duchess vehemently denied the charge and complained to the lieutenant of police, who promptly shut up the unhappy Boaret in the undergrounl cells of the bastile. While the scandal was at its height Adrienne died suddenly, and the public was not slow to connect her death, which was possibly ac iodental, with the incident of the lozenges. Her hasty and rude burial, in unconse crated ground, with no funeral rites, in a grave filled with quicklime, confirmed the anspiolons of some. But this was only the common burial of a player; even Moliere came very nearly sharing it with her. 2,228,67v. These figures represent the number of bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds which were sold in the United States from March, '91 to March, '92. Two million, two hundred and twenty eight thousand, six hundred and seventy-two bottles sold in one year, and each and every bottle was sold on a positive guarantee that money\ would be refunded if satisfactory results did not follow its use. The secret of its success is plain. It never dseappoints and can nlwaye be depended on as the very best remedy for coo hs, colds, etc. Price i0) cents and $1. At H. M. Parohen & Co.'e drug store. Go to The Pee Hive for dress goods of all kinds. Their prices lead, and their goods must sell. Only Two Nights and Fast Time to Chl. cago. The Great Northern makes several hours quicker time-Helena to St. Paul-than any other line; is the only line which makes the run to Chicago in two nights, other lines using three and four nights. B. H. LANGLEY, General Ticket Agent. The Ree llive io always the first in the field with their displav of holiday goods, and this year is no exception to the rule. ALIAS BUMMONS--IN THI DISITRICT court of the First Judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke.. Jeonnt Hdatie Jennings, plaintiff, vy. George 1'. Jcnnings,. detendant. h state of lontana sends greeting to the hbove ilamed defendant: You are hereby required t.' appear in an action brought, aainsut you by tih abs ve noaned plainlll i in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this sitsumone if served within this county; o., it served out of this county, but within thisdistrict. within twenty days; otherwise within fort7 days. or judiment by default will be taken asitamstyou according to the prayer of said complaint. i ae oaids aithiol isf broughtd tso uttin a de cree dissolving the bonds of nmatrimlony existing between the plaitilf anld deflt nltaut sil awarding the cnstody of tiMe two minor ciildre. Hlarry George and Arthiur William, the isaut of raId marriage, to plaintlff. The ground inon which said action is Ja Otd is tle ieANrttlon iof naid plaintiff by the d.sfvndant s .nt-s !uay y I, And yso are hIerey lotitieid that if yo fail io, tppeanr suand an-wr thi raid cimsp aillt. aI. atlrsve required, tile saidl ,lna tifit iill atilly to the cousri for tit, relief steti,-sis-d in the cimplaint. (uven undrer my tiand tind the y eat of ts hetis trict court of the }BseIt, judicial dlistrict of tile fstate sif tlontala, in .fld for the r--n _---- ii honllty sif linwis and ('Iarkeo SSeat lirst 1 ltis2i2dl dayof Novemsiser, in Ilie .hitd. Diest. o ylar of our Iird sine thioursatl ('ourt. eeight lhuttls andei ll ninl ty-ltwo. ---- -: JOIIN I:FAN. C'lerk. Ily C. WV. ltlliitiN., Doeiuty 5 lerk. \alslh & Nowman, Attotrneys for 'lanutt If, lr' ON, 4 --N TulE r1)1 f'lilt T COURT OFtP t1ne irst julticial slitrist of thfe slto of Mon tonls intand for tl;the c.it y of oits ltanl t lerks . ,iiliann A. i'holltno, pltaintiff, wit. George r. W\isossith. dilts,- t. Tie state of Molsntnste sends groeting tio the abovs llrnisell ihfotnlutIai: ollt arlO hertiny required tio apllear in art atliorn brounght eailltet yilll Iy the abovso nalledl plairltiff in the listrict court of thte First ltdiciatl dintrict iof the sttite sif MNilltansl i atud for lihe coilnly i, Lewis and I'larke, anid no ii thwer i t t complaint sied therrtlc .il tin tlB dayi ( urts of iiho day of service) after tien pervic" a on , of ihis ost11 slots-, if served withiDintlhi-ism'sstsy l r. ifs-si av-i-ti of this county, hit %d, hin itlih dictrict, owithin twetity days, othlrwisie withit ft,.y iitiv. stor jtudgitini t by hishfutlt will is I lliti as itllts; o l ccorlingr to thlis tirayer of .tiiS (illlnliait. I I i siitd actione is routsiight toI ri,. ur jintls - Its(itiitiia;inst youi thel lti -tiil of aiXi.i)-isr ttI'II itllii. so\- .n JuOIitrill titcu ixlt-iliro. :-silt i.-liir l on a certlin Iiro nriiuistry I(iteo Idiii . !o tion. llai.t asi s--fn. t - i :it. ii1-li,, tir lt;-h o h: otticlur l dollars $f5iollSii, dlie oi or is or, onte iyas altor dat, unot)cble tos h ainllfl oi i rd, r, a the iirct i\vtiolial basnlk of cItoldna, ttlotlllltlLt, iarln in t-riot at the ratse r fu slll(s i! cellt ter aillllsisi i)y a lle seoi-n ntlt nIlly, togs-hr with t inrert ons thertisum sf seventyi-thiri thoiisisinet .ci tuinro I antd thirt-et nrtins i-4 - t1 dolrlals. t thie rlio sof fiio ir"e cenitt tier aitlllll flotisa ttin 15th day itf Ninvlctfllor. I.e1, l. f(ti olletr C. .Of suit A ihymerlnt loit oertu cIIII.itiiiI dl.o;su! is ena dorsed thereon, oint the f .It day f lstiih, lutl, biug the Sirsi-od of tlreo salt it , co.titn sloth of the lIa t (O iqolitda-ld \\: ist(r cil llIny,. wsiich saled bolin lir(d -ed (st iol lairral slcurity for"ll I,:- t ps' iie lsn l ' a'd f 7 - o-i t I re i r-.i Ani youn are Ilreby notifiedl that if iyol fall to sli,tsar andt answer tih snifi cotslhtail, a- atlavos ritlhUireod the said laitlnlit will i.. -,, yih- l rIeitk siunts moltr ci.dgit;eri Icr I e lotl iof iixtc-tour thosaIli neda n Ihsiui cd h asli bixly-lhroo ilssi U2-11in11 dolars, toget t her w Uit a trst oa iL h in of sixiu--Ihree thofisanid sin htisitir-id tutd tiis-y sit and 7i ii 101 idllars frots NSov. I - .si, ot lihr rlti of nine tier citnt ier anisIls ot '.liots-st of i .litt Given under my iandl and tihe sial of the dis trict curt of the First judicial district of the etato of Montana. inl aid flr the county lf Lhowis sand (larke, this "llisI day of l\s's-,i ll ,i, illil fus ye:r of ulir itird onet thtousnd eighilt hundred itdie stinety-two. tsahL. I JOHIN iBEAN. ('fork Bly C. W. lltl'(itis Ltolitty ('tirk. M,,Co-iulll, (;lsybherg & illliu, atvorneys for phnllnti, N OTICr E OF STOtCKlIOLDDItIS' MEETINnO- Notice is hereby givenh that, thir will Ibe a nme ling si o lo hhr I the hlder f tl iiegian 5min iug and Milling comlially itt tise olscs it said collpany in rosim 2ul sif the iranilo block, in the city of elhsna. Lewis and C'lack; county. Molntana, ais M.uiunlay, the 2tth day of December. 18!2, at two o'clck 1t. m. '1 his soeting is calls-d for tist purlpose of sub mitting Ito the otosikhihlier-i for their considera tion the advisability of enteriig into a ertasln contrset or ratiflying a conralfct mai by O It board of truele.s with 1 redsi-ric It I.isighiat aand Isb ert J. t;ilbscis for thi url'ctiou slnd operation of a sillinitg Ilanit in contel-tion with tile property of tile conmpany, tf be used ill milling thIe ores now in and uDoU thie f lits.s if this cOlllpany. and for ts litarp~sso of creating it liols or chareo lpioll the Drolperts of this comnles asy for the secour ity of ithe sssrformanco of said contract on the lart of ths' Colulsenysi and for the ipurpose of vesting at, estlte ie said Frederick ft. inglsam nitid Rtbesirt J. IlIltiesh. to sinablle thet Ito fully carry tsnt thi norlis and cosdltions of said can tract. ' li he piartieular traots and pleo-'s Ofi property tMt lie charged with raild lien. chllargeo and estats are dscerilisd as follsows: The l'isgau iuisriz lolo dining claim, loclted sy J. A. htemtlh! sls the 2tlli day sif eirpieuber. 18711, ituatted (ist the outh lsio of ll Iry lurk. l'i-gan gIlch. In Ittlpulel misning district. I swis and Clarke ooUllty hll-ntana, certilicate of loea tist of wlilel, e.sih cslaits is rcsordsed in book "E" if lode claimsu at pae 77, of ith recrords of Lewis and ('larke eously, flontani. lsao the 'is-gan i-sllr qiuartz lude mining claim. discoveredl antd lsicalsl Sipt. 28, l17tl. elf uated on the mosnlh of thie Ptigeun oartr Ihloe nluiass clelln aishot Oine his;drcd (ifi1 feet, it lhe HeIenple itlllanig llstriot I owlsl and tilarkl cluntiuy. sMontana: csrtfihcate s llocatl.in of which said icalau was duly rs-,sisdsd In book °t," of loue leeitlons at lipge i, iof tihe teuords of Lewis and !'tarks esisuy. lln otblliainu. Andi thfi aame sli poiitotu is to be moal, lit .o, -Li aind eOvIry parcel ansl idlc sit of ail prelserlty ahovo dosiribed. as above prpoelod. I:y osder f the board of tructom, V. 11ii. - . lE'I'TLl~S (C. A. (CAMIlIILLs.4 1. V. I I AhhA A Maloritly of the Ihoard of'l' rustee. Dated if lejea, Mont.. iNov. s, 18-:. ALBERTA RY. & COAL CO. AND GREAT FALLS & CANADA RY, CO. MOIlnded Joelt Time Table In Eriet aept. 1, 18991 9 lox West--No. 2- A ureas vPAar. ti y a l e ... ..... . 200 am tbr ................ 210 0o m t (l r .... ................. 1:20 am Irnton ... ............ 19 . a m Milk lti.v. ................ tl?:0 a mi Lt(otLt intern. bouadarl) tll:O a m 1weet Brame, t(12:0 p n r ...... t 0 12 m P ulea ....... ..... .. :0 p m i nrt .al ......... 0 p...0:0 p rt ane................. 9:80 a m i o tta e North-No. 6-"p Great al ls................. l:00 p n VY.hn ................... l11:40 p i Stee. ........................ .1:20 l sm Collina.... ................ "2:(00c m IPoudera .................. '8:40 a in otnln.....e............ a m ok dpten. .............. m tiS:20 a mn Kevti ..d....................6 :. a in weet ra (ittor. bnera Trdio • et thie1 Lake.................. 10:4 p in Brunton, ........o.......... 11:2 a n Starling..r.............. t12p55 Lthbr. Iond............. . W.nd ad Friday. o'Ir Ang train. 8-leave rrew Fate, Snday. T(rd.y eond urday.............. t: ap amn"ro ................... 0o4:5 p m Irhes:n trains leave methbridoe. Monday. Lfthbre Irs .................. o10:40 m m tendrane ............. 'i:40 a m WeDaily. t londda , Wednesday and Friday.y Chrough Peins leave Grai t Iw lsr , I vunay. more Jnndtion: For Atlantic Coast at 10:25 a. m. eor Pacific Coast at 8:02 p. m. Great Northern IPailway-T-rain leave Shelby Jonction: or Kalispell. Bonner's tlrry. itpoi kanes. et.. at 10:48 a. i. For nt. Paul at 2:22 p. m. Great Northorn Iailway-T-rrains leave (;reat Halln; For Helena and Butte at 10:42 a m. ou it. Paul at 1:45 p. r e. Macleod aud i'inher C(reek-Stage leaves Iaethbrldg every 'Ineoday. Thursday and r atnur dav atl 8. in. 7hote Stage fior (hoteano. Blleview, lOanim, etc., connerct with trains No. 5 and S. N. l--Pusengrsw to nud from Kalispell. Eon. ner's Ferry, hposane, etc.. will note that close daily co oetleuns ate m ade with ir.at Northern RIailway at tShelby Jit.ctton. .. '. GAL'T. OGneral Manager. W. D. BARCLA , tlenersl iouperlntendent. It. MARTIN. General TIraffo Agent. SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRIICTP (OUT OF the First Judicial dietrict of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarks. Mrary J. hilman. Nannio Magnuson. Mary SFrench. Hattie H. hunter and Mrs. :. C. Stobba. for themnelves and twenty-one othier members o Branch No. htt. Order of the Iron Hall. vse The Bupreme Sitting of the Order of the Iron lrll. F. D. omnrby, vurreme jostice of tl:e t rder of the tron Hall: lames F. oailey, receiver: Mrs. Shcrah A. Vhuoler. cashier. Andrew F. Wade an I SJohn Doe, her sureties; Mirs. John W. Wade. trustee, and It. V. i heueler and Itichard lice, her sureties: Mrs. hate (iboon trustee, and John Doe and Hichartd Foe. her suretios. Mrs. A nnieIt l, ose and John D)ot: and hiohard Iloe, her sureties: and all other nembers of the t.Id-r olf the Iron lallt not berola mentiouoJ, no fendante. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought againet you by the above named plain tiffl in thledistrict court of the h irat ludicial dis ctriet of the state or Montana, in anid for the county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within Sthis ounntt or, if served out of this county, but within this district then within twenty days:otiher wise within forty daysor juodgment by dofault will be takeon against you, according to the prayer of said conmplaiat. 'the said action is brought to obtain a decree of this court nerpetually restrai tqag the defsn San:te from collecting or attempting to colleot 1 any morey of the plaintiffs :r any of them; to pe: petuahlly rt:retm thie tdefendaots. the houpreme ,ittr.g, an the dlefe.'ant. F. c. b.omerhy, the sunreme justioe of the t.rder of the Iron tiall. and Jatn,. F. Failey, rcrreiv:'r, from collctingor attrcnptng tI e Ite t, any nlu.nye or reservs fund from Io :efec:dants, te,: c'rhier rind trusiee: of S1ranch So :'9 oft said orth r. aid t, restrain per Spolaliy laid defendlant', tau cn'hiir alld trust .cos of 1'rarxelh no. 909l of sa,d ordor tram turning over any monIey or other pY o; O ty it their hands or unler their control, to any I ericn or per.sno. except under I io ordcr of this court, and to ob tain a do reo of thi: court d rcntiug th:' eain de fendants, the cashier nnd trustee- of svid lranch No. Iti. of said order t, P py nil mo:eys anid othe property in their iands andi under their cntrol to t.€0O plaintitff upon Such a tar is as thil cur may dt.m:: c:quitub'e, e d for costs of solt. Andi you are I eroby nIolifirld that if yon fail to al., ar and vauiuer Itho taid ronlplaint, as above re(uirr:d. tiae sain plaintiide will apply to the rcourt for the relief ldemaunded in tneir cam prlalnt tivon under my hand and tho seal of the dis trictrcoiurt of the irelt j':dicitl district of th'i state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis oan(d I'arlk, thi -i',tt day of ()t SI eal t ) o or, in the year if our Lord. Liotrict . l no thu ao::l 't i;ht hundred and (T:-t ' t J(t:.IiN IEAN, Clerk. Kin-ley i lllsckford. at t,rneys foe plaint fIe. I, - -_ iyIttl,,FF'tM SALE IvY VII.ITUE () AN FIX L r nticn in my h:: : . i ICsued outoftho district curt of the FIr t s, ,cial district of tlhe state of Montini, in anrl for tll coulnty of i L Jwis arid ( jar.(., in the .utl o' A.. P. III lt.Or antd M. N. loao . oo-iarenierv as .. NI ltilttr itrother. .lt if'l .,tls tails; .I o0 phi O'Neill. d, fondant, duly ai.,.ll the r ilt.h chay a1 N svomtors. A). I 1892. I itns levied 1oaln all th1e rightll, title an interest of toll sahil ,lqe tll 'N i I. in aind totlllfol IlnIet descrih-d pIrl,"rty, Sitalted in Lewis anll (larko GCnlll -y, vtl- tsA Monfl:tina. w.z: l air lot 1tl thlb r lill.y thlre (-1i rseenv nurmber sm.n hunatre I anld Dlokhty-elght ('ol. in town.u p ton I:01 " irth eof r",gý. foutr 1i I wvatl. 'Ib,.Ionut Ilolena lode mining and milisito claim. dloignitoa by the s.lrv'eyn-sel.ernl as lots 1nos. .r9 A. awnl Mit II., embracln:':t po-tina of stee lion thirty- in (Xfi) in tIswnhO)sD teLn (it) north of range ftour 141 tr-t. t, continillg eilghit arllr.nlld tifly-tyo- r-h1ltirodttte i an acri. iraoro or lrns. IFora nlllorl iartieular dlrecrir;tion it rail plolo orty roeferenc is hereby miade to i I i. b." L age ni8. als,~lthat certain placer mining claim and promises, desinnatl he s Iho urveyor-general as lot ununimbor llty-thro (2l . emstbraciu ina portion of s ctilons thirty live i,) and thirty Ilx , 31i. in townstl.llp ton thin nrtlIl of range tour (4. \wet,. tosr it more li.l.lc.u'ar ditncriplion of maid proloert reforole is herieby malde to book I "U. 1.." i-ago 411. Anld oi w, at t ihi'"- (,.1( t flt of lot lnnmbor olin hildridlll Iaithror (I 11 in Iblock nml.er ten (lt0) of t,1 " I'lo.tttlo nditl onis t ti he city of l]elc'nit. 'iog cthr with all anst ainiul'ar the IonleIents, I tilro.tallaln-nSi nnd alilslrlen-anon thereunto Lo ltngingi - r :niti s Win aplit. riaining. INlir'isi slerel, wivol that on Saturday-, the ':I ltay of I eolin ar, A. I). 1Sl2. at tll hour of 12 n lecak ilwn of laid dav, a mttht front door of tiS e.art htlsai, iSll sito t' of Vlell, lliMotana. I rwill soil all the right. title anit interost sit Ilisu . II, l til 'ihoill i 1 an l to the -aid ali(to d-acribrl Iproperly, to the .Inlgl.tt billhr fr ictsl in hood, Uiven undiNr my hand thin the 12th day of Novemi er. A. I). 11bl2. ('IIA RLLES M. JEFII',It1. Sheriff. By IA.lPi (I. Jonnvos. Deputy Sheriff SO''0,TI' , TO ( il l it I1ORS. IS1'TA rE OF -J. A. ( tlo, decoasld. Notices i hereby given by the andtrsietod, : vl ministrator of the slatel of ,I. A. tlIono, deceoasvItd, to thol ir ditoirs of nld 11al erboll. having slaisn ' ateins( t hhe aii 5 tlceated, to ex hibit thlllil. witih Itis nlie,-e.ary Vnollhoert it hin four itutltlh after the airst iualir'tt iii of tis no tien. toi till s-aid ad iniuiirantor at 11i sutici ' if David It. i(rll-tlnt,'r. rori ttllili l . y ils.aiy . hh ol Oni. MoNtoasn,. toro nalnol htiitg thl, pilactt for i i !.ramstaciion it liii Il ols of ti id taitae. in Itis county of Lewis anil t marko. .\MtN it. ,IttwVAhl)th, Administrator of the ,state of J. A. ( lite, dtl tio nes-. Ilated ll lena. Mont., Nov. 11, 18er2. INJEATION THEIERTLEMAN'8FRIENL. ° Our Perfection Syvriua free wlth every btttle. Does not ttln. I'.tl~VKNTS STRICTU ItE. Cure. 0onorrhmn, and Oleet 1I1 I Io 4 slitys. ilk Orsugglt.. 4onllt to any aldlress fIr .li.00O MAL.DOR MANUF' 00.. LANCASTER. 0. oeaM Ni. I, Pewsr Wloe. WPes Rfle bettI A WtLENA. MONTANA. 'First National Banku 0o? HELENA. SRONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 Designated Depository of the United States. Intorest Allows.l on Tine Deposits. seneral ilsnkiog II 'larso 'I'ranacteld. afelty Donlsit liozes for IlonL )Directore s fT. HAUSBER ..........................President Y, W. .KNI HT... .........'..............(sli,, SH. KItINBCHMIDT......Ates stant 'ashler GEOO. i. 11 LL........econd Asisotant Cahloier Granville Stnart.................... fitoogrowcs F- W. Sach ...........................i Merohnt J. C. ('urti............Clarke, Conrad tCartu, i. N. iamiltuon...... ......Caltai t O I. Allen............Minlu and $tnKgrowcr Che.. K. Waell .......................... Merchant A. M. Holter..........A.L H. olter HIardware Co, Assoclated Bankes Northwestern National Bank........Groat is 'l lirnt National Itank.................... Missoula first National Blank...................... Butte Mcrchants National BANK. OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L.. HERSHFIELD................ 'resident A. J. DAVIDSON..... .........Vice-President AARON HEIIBSHFIELD..............selhier Hoard of Direetoras Thomas (Cise, M. Bands, B. S. Huntley, A. K. 'recott. A. J. 'Davidson. BMoes Morris. L. H. Hlershfield, Aaron Morshfield, J. Switzer. First-class City, County and State Secnrities bought and sold. Exchange issued on the principal cities of the UnitdB tates and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Interest aliowed on time deposit.. Collections promptly attended to. boxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of the beet constructed fire and burglar proof easf deposit vaults in the country, V ontana Natioral BANK, OF HELENA. MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Directors, C. A. BROADWATER...............Presides I.. i. PHELPS ................... Vice-Presiden B. I, MoCULLOH .................. ....Cahi A. L. Smith..............A.....ssistant Cashier A. G. Clarke, Herman Gana H. F. lialen, Peter I.atson, C. W. Cannon, It. C. Walae D. A. Cory. Second National PANK, OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. SD. Edge.rton .........................President . . ('OI... . ......Vice-l'resident GEOURI I B. CHILD ...................... (ashier lOLbhPHI N. KEINCK......... Asistant Cashier Board of Dilrectorst J. i. fPaford, C. G. Evans H. W. Child, S. J. Jones. A. N. tprett Chris Konck, E. D. Edgerton, C. K. Cole. Geot., HI. 'h:ld. NO. 4400. feleRza National BANK. OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. SIIIHLEY . A Y............... . .. rostid'nt A. B. CL.EMI N'fB ................Vice-Preident FRANK BAIRD......... ................... hier Interest allowed or t me " epoPite Ixchange re:e t ,n foroon countni s. I rat of r of moony by telozrao:,. li't. , ass city, county and state. eoc.ritio.r ought and sod i SCollections pronptly attanded t.. gourrd of I)irectorst John T. Murph , S hire C. Ashlby, t1r.. scalotw, Iltaut laird, ('ias. F. l ueoli, J. t'. WVo.h]maw, t:. t,. 511 clay. %s. E ('ulln, Itn. . :It. .r dcnhall, Abn.r 1'. lements, II. '. F rd, 1 eo. L. Tracy, J. 1 forte Tlhe Thomas Gruse BAVINGS BANK, OF IELENA. Encorporated Under the Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITALi $100,000. I"HOM.S (CHRUSE ........... .l 'resilnt iAAlK H. t l('i.E . ............ ..Vi.. - r l fli IYM. J. 1'001(C. ...... Asst Tree,. and ;cerartsr, W1. J. SWEENEY.. .. ...........'lro.auro, Trusteeat Thomas ('run., Frank H Crnaa. Vn, .J. Cook., %in. ,. Fai.iinoy. Johin l1 gain. Allows I per cont. interost on Savings I)epotit. i ioinll Ilnilldl'tl Januaryl and ,aly. T'raslnisc aaonura l Illakin u Ihnainos. Draws exlhang. on t ll rincipal c ties or tho United talinto. ind lill'lin 1). als in lnllly andl criy hond, and inakos loans on rl al oUt:no nmortgages. O lcea hours froim 1li a. in. to 4 p. .. Alto on Satlirlay and Mllnday evoniuna fro 7 to Ia o'clo:k. -THE Arrericar National DANK, OF IELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. r. (fl.I1'(OWFI . ................ ....Prehlont . .1, M.I' liMAN.......... ...... ica 'l'r i lout A C ,ll)ll.J IN ............... .. 'ta,-hir tL O, I'. :Ol'l ...............Assiitanu t tIahier llirrecturst T. ('. Powr, A. 1. tIhllitnman. A. I.. Jaihnliio. Ililhaid luckey. Janlllll Slivan. Interset allowed on himno d~lUesitn . xchllange la.nlOd on rintlalital ilin or ltho United .iate. I anda and tail ur Pi.. Iratserot olf Uin 'oy m ,ia by llolarajlh. Callhloa llIraOlnll tla I ti-dotdd a. i'tty, ollinty adllL ta'.o ala u fitial liolalt atl ldhll. STUDY LAW AT HOME TAEK A COUams sIN T1 Sprague Correspaldease iehool of aLaw. (lancerpoated.) rand ten aLAs (stlaump) for parti·ulare to .. Ootner, Jr., 8ecy. . 888 1 hIltlael aloea., OeLtoe IE iL THE PROVIDER. SýCigar Depatment, H l B -.. .. Everything in Crockery. In this Delpartment we Everything in Lamps. I recognize no comlf)etition. Everything in Tinware. Everything in House Fur nishing Goods. quality or price. Everything in Silverware. Note these for proof: In fact, everything to beau tify your table or furnish your Per x,ooo. Per roo Dining Room and Kitchen, and Alliance Key West........ 7o0.oo $7.00 the prices are always lower Carl Upman Bouquet...... 60.oo 6.oo than you can buy the same Agnes Booth .............. 6o.oo 6.oo goods for elsewhere. Celestino Palacio & Co..... 80.00oo 8.oo - - - ---. = Triple Choice............ 25.00 2.50 Special for Tuesday and Wednesday. Alh There................ 35.00 3.50 .. ... . None Better.............. 35.00 3.50 Six Tea Cups and Saucers, Cuban Blossom............ 30.00 3.00 45 CENTS Our Fritz................ 30.00 3.00 Hazel.................... 40.00 4.00 6 Dinner Plates, decorated, 50 CENTS Don't overlook the fact that Decorated Vase Lamp and you can buy of us by the 100 Shade ....... . . . . 85 CENTS at 1,000 lot prices. Hand-Painted Cuspidore, 75c We claim to be and are .We claim to be and are Large Japanned Coal Hod, 40 OENTS Headquarters Extra Size Galvanized Ash For Cigars and Pail ...................... $2.00 Good Coffee Mill, 30 CENTS Tobaccos. WEINSTEIN & CO. ;~ep~fg~yrff i~g.... • ~ ~ 5 · QUIGI NESS . . AND " " NEATNESS Are two things which every. body wants when he gives an order for Job Printirg. The Independent meets these requirements in every re spect. It has just added * 0 NEW AND FASI' PRESSES NEW AND BEAUTIFUL TYPE, To its already fine plant, and is proparod to executo any order from a Circus Poster to a Wedding Card, without de lay. Woik oe' lifin Comaies Is' a ti e i ityv en which we pride our.riv .. We are a.l ready doil the wvork for the big Colupsni,-s of t ontana and Idaho, but We still have roonl for mnore. Artistic Work, Low Prices, No Delay. Write us for estim:ates. HFE INDEPENDENT, TIFELENA, MIONT. ···~~~~~~·,~~·····~~· ~·· ~ · U···· ·1HI· SANTA CRUZ, CALIFOIRNIA......... THE EA BEACH HOTEL IS THE NEWEST, LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE AND MOST DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL IN SANTA CRUZ Situated in thes midst of commodious irounds, the house directly overlooks the broad and eurvirg heach and the bay of i ,nteroy, where is found the linent wmut'r and summer surf bathing in the world. r'om the wide vrans as the most nlrgaiiicnt and saried mInrine and mnountain vews in (California art 'enl s on all sid's, its manny rooms are handsomely lurniuhcdi and sunny, whio plenty of ath-rooms, ao-plaes. i stnam ha .tor'. elettric lights and bells, gas, hot and cold water, arc necessary comforts which will bo apprec'iate'd Iby alL A Large Dining-Room, Excellent Table and the Best Of Service Throughout the House Are Specialties. STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR. The leach Ftation of the broad gauge road is just below the house, and carriages await trains at all depots. A ds.criptivo souvenir booklet of the hotel and aurrountding country mailed free of charge on application. l'or full particulars and terms apply to J OlIN T. SULLIVAN, Proprietor. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL PAPER AND House Furaishing Goofs House, Pi.no s, organs , Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordiona hlouse enlarged to four times former capacity. A.ND A FULL t.In Or Fie limenruse floors extending throu the MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. 'stlrs .ick MUSCA hh.C -, NDISk. t .et.ck Hreater than that of ail other Helena Sole agenta for Steinway i Bone. Bohmer. m rs cues in-n ('abler f ros.. Weuman. Mason st Hmuli. Bong sa ly wlpurchnaes and straight earload ship- and ether firstlass pianos. "':-Orderr will receive prompt attentioe g" Low prices and easy termt HF LEN&. . * MONT.A.ýWTA . s. A Weekly Feast. X Nos. Capital bill-of-fare. Best co:lpany, bright talk. discnuelea, new ideas, better plans-outlook. books. sciety., life,--thbl is what women ind in the IlUsoekeepor's Weekly. It has a semi f r ocial flavor which makes it most fascinating. "My Weekly 'lea-Party." one reader calls it. Comes every week; and One if yeou , end $ NOW for tDollar a year. It contains the Ih,1 okoeper' Weekly for 193. on get the restl a' I rHome Talks" each week. of I b Mi 0 1l l Pl'ortraits, new books, our ioutevents. woUmn's iuterests., britdse the capital I'ractical l:opsrtments "'No woman can imag un what it is to got such a p.aper as often as takinlg or ironuing lay," writes a reaser. "I have taken manyr lapers, but never sine like the n OIItUEKIEPIt'tl WI;E LY.i " Sev ii re It ,st tIried; the It. , t'urcsla intg t'shb. which earns $10 to $ki a year for e:alh ,loslorl the iHt) 1 er enret Iivkldtlnts Iilunld; and sthltsr I)risvbgrne fssr subsbeerLbt o hlys. ' h s only w Ih(ooslud yeekly. sln)l't utin goettinrg It next )year. t.0lo ;t snow sto UeceOuter Iln. No fre. vsslssi'ls& r . ollection. of rareI beuty and vasle -fitno .nsravel .ortralls of ' dl5/I 0 1 i 5 'l ' l. lis tliruoks. Lady Ileary liomeres . tis1 tot, "rat'sy.' stld man othei'rs. 'I h' Ilosttekoseptsr'e Wsncly I or'rsit 4lfhust is a g.Inl the r~sault I.l,.sr. of Istaor. *aIto c.ut0,t It bought 2aawhoro. t'lets bund witll silk in tine embhuOsId cover. viatI Mil]!;e with every ti ew sulcritls'tio to IIouaskespetr's \Vuskly. HOUSEKEEPER'S WEEKLY, Philadclphia, Pa. I eCtI. L (x' Tl'ttNl OFFER:t " The Housekeeper's Wcckly and The \cek'ly Independent ~ ~~.Both for $ . 0 ~V it'iti.thse l'ertsatt Alts m. ,'erd tmne.156 , sedrs i Tho eare In udnpcut "irf