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CANNIBALISM AT SEA.
hoe Werlible Warratie Whieh is Told by 0ad of the salotrL, The London Daily News' Berlin eomra *'pondent says: In thyRison of Rilsobuttel are linearoerted the *ie sailors who, a. lready briefly usrrated, after driftlig about on the wreak of the ship Thekla tar thirtoen days in a starving condition, killed and partly ate their companion. All three requite young. Olaf Anderson, of Tons. urg, in orwey, Is 21, Christian l.ilmar nkohsn, of Christiansand, is the same egl; Alexander Johansen, bo'n in Flaker oakkilde, in Sweden, is in his 25th year. be murdered, man, of whom all three speak as "The Dutchman," was the eldest. oe was 27. A correspondent of the Ham. burger Naohrichten has interviewed the prisoners, and gives the followlng accont. plat Anderson thus spoke: "On the thirteenth day the sea had calmed down, the weather was clear. "Dew had fallen in the morning and we Ilcked it off the topmasts and the manilla ropes as far as we could reach. This gave some of us oourage, but not all. The Dutohman, for instance, was quite desper ate." "Could you make yourself understood with the Dutchman? Did you speak his Ian nage or he yours?" "There was not much talking going on, One of as was to die so the others could live. The Dutchman said he did not oare anything about his life; he would die; but, we otheae said if it had to be it must be lone fairly, as is the custom in such cases." "Custom!u Why, have you ever heard of snob a frightful custom?' "Yes, and we decided to do it that way. First, we waited from morning till noon. serhepsr r fter all, a ebip would come, but -one came. Then the Dutchman began again, He said that we were to make an end of the matter one war or the ather. He could not bear I6 any longer. 8o we de soended again to the forecastle one after the other. When there, one of ous tore off a pieos of linen and divided it into four parts, one of which was shorter than the others. This short one meant death. The -man who drew that was to die, and the Dutchman drew it." Olaf Anderson passed the back of his hand over his brow. This was indeed the only sign of excitement shown by him. He still spoke in the same hollow tones as in the beginning. He continued: S"The Dutchman became very atill, and we remained so too. All at once he turned. his face to the sea and his back to us, and that was the sign. None of us liked to look in his face. I, from behind, passed my a me round his chest, Jacobsen did the same with his legs, and Johansen stabbed at him with his knife." "And you really ate?" "Yes we ate of it on that day and on the others, till the Danes arrived and took us off. Thirst. hunger and sleer leesness these were all we could think of," ;He pressed both hands to his head as it he would like to banish the demons which were called up by the memory of those awful days. Taking Him to Task. Young Mr. Snickers had long loved Miss Gilgnl, and one evening he succeeded In maustering enough courage to ask her to tparry him. "Before I give you an answer. Mr. Sniak ere," she replied, "I want to ask you a few questions." "Ask one." "You write a great many jokes?" "I plead guilty." "You have often written jokes in which anothers.in.law were held up to ridicule?" "I have used that subject once or twice." "You have also written jokes which turn on the general unhappiness of married life end imply a wish on the part of married men that they had never married?" "Possibly I have, Miss Gilgal." a "Possibly? You mean positively, don't you?" "Yes." "Well, then, Mr. Snickers, how do you have the effrontery to ask me-or any girl to marry you after maligning marriage and mothers-in.law? If you think I would, you are very muchmistaken." "Why, my dear girl, when I wrote those things I was only joking!" the young man declared. "Were yon?" replied the maiden glee fully. "Then I was only joking when I Said I wouldn't marry you." Engagements announced next day. Puck. When you feel all tired out and broken up lenerally, take Hlood's Sarsaparilla. Deserving Praise. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase plice, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. H. M. Parchen & Co., draggists. A Lady's C.iarmns. The marchioness of S. was very proud of baer pretended beauty, and, in order to en hance her charms, she was in the habit of using cosmetics, beauty patches and other leeently discovered embellishments offered by the charlatans of the day. Monsieur do Richemont said to her one day, in his jocu Inr manner: "Madame, I discover fresh charms in you every day."--I Naeno losso. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, iry Eleotrio Bitters. If "In grippe" has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bit t4:s. This remedy acts directly on liver, stomach and kidneys, gently aiding those rgans to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with sick heandache, you will ad speedy and permanent lelief by taking Electric Bitters. One tra will convince on that this is the remedy you need, rge bottles only 50 cents at H. M. Par hbe & Co.'s drug store. The Reasons Why he Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway a the favorite: It is the oldest and was first in the field It's train service is the vo:y beat. It is the first to adopt imlprovements. It's sleepers are palaces on wheels. It runs elegant drawing room sleepers on ,ight trains. It's tIRain are lighted by electricity. It tune luxurious chalir cars on day trains. It is the only line using the electric berth am p. It's dining car service is nuexcelled. It's trains run solid to Milwaukee and hiosgo. It is the beet routo to St. Louis and the outh. It Is the t eat route to Kansas City and the set. It runs four daily trains to Milwaukee ad Chicago. It runs two daily trains to St. Louis and eases City. It is tie government fast mail routs. It is popul.rly styled the "Old Re lable." It furnishes safety, corifort and speed to atrons. For information as to the lowest rates to 1 points in United ,'tntes and Canada via 'The Milwaukee," apply to any coreon cokt agent, o' addresd J. T. CoerTv. Ass't (een'l Pass. Agt. bt Paul, Minn. Going East---arv Time. Going to Chicago and east your short ick route is via htt. Paul and "T'hoNorth. ente.n Line." Leave Butte 0:46 a. im.. eleas 10:15 i. m. to-day, renoh it. Paul 55 a . sm. econd day, connecthin with fast y train of "l'he Northwestern Line" ainag St. Paul 8:00 a. m. daily anud er: v. g Chicago 9:?5 p. m. same day, making as than sixty-three lours from Butte and as than sixty hours from Helens, which is veral hours less time than Via any other a to Chicago. '1 his 9:115 p. m. arrival in Chicago insures aneation with all the prinoipal lines from icago east, and "The Northwestern ne" i the only line from St. Paul that ege all of thes eonnsotiens in Chicago. Al 1-BILI US MEOICKE. Is --slariat dIs ets ther virtues re WI ii, reeolrg~tu. samthofrpameemtee Sold Everywhere, CMeoo, 140 to 14I Washington St., N. y -- i i !! i HEADACHE! al erns grn a Itorpn I u Wn t.e.. . tnes -tn- .are cured by Drl . JIOLD81 1 OMlmt IVi NERtVINCi die. covered by the etinent Indiana SpecIallst in ner. voys dllses. j 4oeas not contain t lIates or dan. InESVOIrATIV _ tIItVIN I tbr EpllIes . row P0ptember to January ra eIn the Norvlne I had at lenat 70 convulalonn and new after three months' uie have no more attacks, JOHN D. COLLIINS., 0Hse, Mich." S"I .e .ebeen unl DI. J.,MILI.q RIiYPFOJt.V hins brought ne reiloe and cure. I have taken it tor piepey, and lifter usilg It tor one week have had no ettaolKn. JHURD BC. A WASIIS, I eatvllle, Pa. I bad Neuralgia ad rt ae vry bad, LestAugost I commenced to onoe I), .8fleo' eroir,. alive .Neritter and Itu Cure for the .earf. After taklns 18 bottle. I am cured. Tihe Nervine I pletlodid to build UP the system and make rich blood All our famrly se ando tblnk lghly of u ,r. Miles' etave and Li.er Pills. They cured thie of In. digestlon and other disorders. I recommend them Itihlghiy. MIE . . It. DOE JILNO,WaplkonetaO, Sold on a positlvo guarantee. Fine book of great cures Free at Druggists Every' where, or address DR. MILEl' MEDIOAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind Bold by all d uggistea WANT AN WANT TO INTEREJT ENJYT LIFE THE WORLb? EXPENJE? READ TIllS I A geat many people lffrer the aches end pains eU-sed by diseased kidneys, and In not renlize their daneer until it is too late. Back-ot ie, Constipation, Nervousness, Loss of Appetite, Failing Eyesight, Rhloenatic and Neuralgic pains in the Back and Limbs indicate Kidney Disease, which, if neglectedt result in deah. OREGON KIDNEY TEA WVILL CURE TIItai TROUBLES. TRY IT. Tw-. eXPeEN eE IS SMALL. Youcannot rejoy life whet you etrer. You will lake more interest in theworld when you are well. LOrT MlANh.OOD" Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored. CmLsUIATmD ENoLIsa BUMIMDY NERVIA.o It i sold on a positive guarantee to cure any form of nervous pros. tratlon or any disorder of the genital organs of either sex, caused aefore. by eceeesive use of After. obaceo, Alcohol or Opium, or on account of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc.. Diusness, Convulsions, Wakefulness. Headaehoe. Mental Depression. Softening of the Brain, Weak Memory, Bearing Down Pains, SEemitnal Weakness. Hystersa, Noctntal EmissIons, S.nermtorrhbse. Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglc.ted. may lead to premature old age and insanity. Positively guaranteed. ,Prico, $1.00 a bol; 6 boxes for $5.00. Sent by mall on receipt of price.A written guarantee furnished with every 8$5.00 order received. to refund the money if a permanent cure is not effected. NEIERVIA MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Mich. For sale in Helena by the Paynter Drug Co., wholessaio and retail druggists. PACIFIC RR. Is the only line runnlng TIIHOU1GH PULLMAN CARS CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS -AND NORTH PACIFIC COAST POINTS, The Dining Car Line. Dining Cars on all through Trains The Yellowstone Park Line. Thui marvelous WONDERLAND reached only by this line. The People's Line. The people's highway from Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis. Duluth and West Superior to Win Wnipeg. Helena, butte, Missoula, $pokanu.. T coma. fcattle. Portland and Puget Sound. The Tourists' Line. The popnlar line to reach Lakes Fend 8' Ori'etls ponr d'Aloene lKooteni, ('helan, the bot 6 prins and Mountain htesorts of tho NOITH V WENS' and to ALAsKA, Daily Fxpress Trains. Have PULLMAN PALACE CARS, PULLMAN TOURIoT LEtiPINN CAROS ILIEI COLON. IsL t)ISLEPIN4 CAGI Through Tickets Are sold at all coupon ofliRoe of thn Northern Pae fieo l.IJlr:at to points North. Eastt Booth and Wet, in toe United btatea and Canada. IMIE BCHEDULE. In effect on and after Sunday. August 28 TRAIN I ARZVU AT UILENA. N Pa elrtie Mail. west bound ........ 1:0 p. S.4, Atlantoi mail. east bound........ 10 p. in ,. u. o:ur a .eoo, l. Mrasul and lutt. errlar....................... O:45p. m No. 8, Maryvirlo Ma.senoer .............11:20 a. in No. 10. Mlryaville accommodation..... 7.0 p. m No. I, W'rrkre, Boulder and Ilkhorn S ameerm ger ............. . I:0 p. i o. 1Ua, Rhimnl mled.l Monadays, Wed TIRAINM DEPART FROM HELENA. S. - , aciir Mail. nest bound ........ 1:4p. m no. 4. AuntIo r a:l. ..st bound......... 1::0p. a N:. , tnttir Misroulan.nd (.'ur d'Alene exrrc ... ...... .... t 0a I m l~No.., laryvrillo paisenger............. 7:45in m jRn 9, Marysvllte accomuodation. .... :00 p. m aIn. I I, Wies, lioulhior and E lkhorn S7Na 101. Riminni nilxod, Mondays, Wed nesdaye and Yridat:s.............. 8:152a i 'I rainll :,oa. 14, 4,. ni connect at Garrison witlh Montuana I lon trains to and from Untte. luetr Lo l no vol lnaooinr. ']'rins No,. e and C. will run hetwen Isolena and callnce. Idaho, wthlout change oft rar. IFor Itat.re, Mlap-, Tinre Tables or opeolat Inforsntlon apply to Chela. & Fee, leneral Passenger and Ticket Agent, SL PLaul, Mline., or .Z. D=. EDC.A.,. General Agent of the .orthern F'acilo It. 1t. at IIELEtNA. MONT. STUDT LAW AT SBOME. a TARS A Coveas 3n 3a Sprague Oerreapeainaes (Iaeerepratedl) land tea oet (stamus) e petl.reIars I. d. Gotner. .re, lseep. Si, 888 Whiaers DISO e Mts ,First National Bank or HsUl NA, ,0o31' D TUP CAPITAL, O SU PLUs AND PROFIT , 7,000 estnaoted Depoaltonr ofaS United States. I(ntanrltA nkF$i on n noo-te.Do . Slty Deposit Holes for IOn. Direotores Asseelated Matiee t Stoth A r National . ................. re.....a tate .et c Natio"na ak . . I ....... TEONf iii tt Cdh A L. H. REuSEa ............. retlloento 4 J. DAVIDSON ............... resint AON HEr...S....HIELD..e.......l..C.i shi.s led time. Transfer. of money . .adaby telegraph. United States and Europe.aks es for ent at reasonal Ble rate........s t Fare and bur r prl oof safe d.. epos..............it a i, lin Rational Seat .......................... H*t. he Thoas T ruse BAVINGS ANK, OF HELENA. Cnorpornted Under the i.aws l PAID IN CAPITAL $350,000. L. HERSHFIELD .............. Preide A. J. DAVIDSON ............ ViePre.iden MARON HE..HF.ELD ..............Tremsors f -d time. Traer of mon mde by Trustees graph. ExAllowa per oldon teret on S aldving. Lepote Unitoned States and Julrop .es foi ront at ronable rstu n oand makes and burlar proof safe deposit vaults. Ohe Thomas Gruse BANK, OF HELENA. MON. tncorgorated Under the ;.tlws O Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $500,000. OASurplu and Profit, CRUS$200......00.............. Prd OHANK . CRUPEH..... ....Vio-President M J COO I. MC .Ast Treh.r. and Pecretar AML . BE W EY SM ................ChTreaur Trustees, Herman Gans, Frank H. O sene m.J. Cooke. . Wm. J.Weiri John F ess T Allows4 per cent, tnterest on Savings Depoelt .m ounded JPanary and Jnly. Transacts a general banking business Dran ohangse on the principal o.t|se of t C--Wtee Mattes and Europe. Deals tn county and city bonde, and muak lons on rel estate mortgage. Ofl~e hours from 10 a. m. to 4 p.m. Als on [atnrday and Monday evening from 7 to a P4 ontara National Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. JOHN T. MURPHY .................Preident MOBT. L. McCULLOH.......... Vice-Prsldent ALBLIT L. SMITH ..................... Cashi.r _2. B. WEIRICK .............. Assistant Cahier Direcetrsl, A.L. Bmith. Peter I arson. David A. Cory, Henry Bratnobea Hernmn Gnus. R.C. Wallna E. B. Weiriok, General Banking Bnelnaes Transaee:. No. 3,757. 5econd Jational BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. E. D. EDGERTON.................President C. K. :OLE... ............... Vice President GEORGE B. CHILD................... Cahli JOSEPH N. KENCK.......... Assistant Cshier ,Board of Direetors, J . anford . G Evens, H W. Child C. K. Cole. E. D Edgerton George B. ChIts. W. J. eiokett, DOeo. B, noit, J. N. Kenok. -THE-- merican National BANK. OF HELENL CAPITAL, $200,000 r. C POWER................. ......President A. J, BELIGMAN............... Vice-President AC. JOHNSON ..........................Cashier OE, L. COPE ................ As.eistant Caehi.e Directores . C. Power. A. J. Seligsan. A. . Johnson. Richard .oooks& James Balliv.a Interest allowed on time deposits, Exchange issued on principal citle of the United states, ilnada and EuroM. Transfers of money made Iseeraph. (Collectious promptly attended to ty, county and sta'o securities bought d sold. * NATIONAL " " Loan & SaIing Union HELENA, MONTANA. Building and Loan Stook-Safest Invest 8nrnt. Most Saved at Least oast. Classe "A" $ .70 per share m,nthly. '"" 1.00 per share monthly. t"'" 1.00 and upwards, 7 per cent inteersea ('ertifiocates, interest 8 per ent, uayable quarterly Fr pald It. and L. took tartlutipatos in earnings. For the provident the above offer the best and sarost of all methods of raving. Apply for membership, or particnlars and facts. Oimaes. Mlrel.snts NIt' in nk iuolldlg.. JOHN \. WILSON. President. W '. N. W\IIITAKEIt, §ooretary. N. WV. KNiGtI, Jr..'lrreasr. Depositary and tresteo of eourites-First Natioe&du Bank. Helena. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining ENGINEERS ROOMS 24, 26, " _Ierchaotq Natlonal 8k'c 119aijtg. Helens. Pennyroyal Pills. Dr. Perr'a IFeliable an the sat t and regulator f.r lee; nothing unpleant, an, always effeetnel Advice ree. Patarri an and . direct. HE CA'ON CO., Dtrcui, Bosto, as& -?T- -rtF- C BA L-A. * n IOORNB--· - ·-l-·1 pstint ~trloe Is'y, wlLeese, anti the L'oil Mil sotppe dndt , defndant Sv ofaan order of sale antn IIun thoo ntrz ul e dasonetd o utn ofe the 1su court of the 1ju aidlcia dA~lstl of thet Mie onisaA, oft a jI* air of Lewis to, wdit :d f r ila thieteo"n mot)ion blw hoie six 1a ap 'O... e of forelouore ani ie *see is a b ohnded 4eoi d aribd II t he rLam.e 'o t Miills. ah. .orporation ean the 'oth day of Seemoh, Iof $146, bldes nntere, oostb an.tthetrntrs tes, which ai de oroe was on GaveLr tt f aru A. D.64( reodlwdll i .latnom nbook l. m of sai er at a ---. lan commanded to sll all tat per eit totpi e. or parcelotf Lead stuate lying d ,li In the o sum of |!2, n ,) eta f 0 tas, amd bounded and c\ Y a follonw o to wit: lsi nulmber thirtep 1) it black number six Sof Iaeltia Jsdllo.n to ite ity oat elIna, Lewis and tirk county, Maontarna as eada ltmor, rttaetsiriboop4 art' do. ' scribe in th biai pia of said hiatsetts ad dtllio, as the same n pe in office of tie doly, the o t of April, A. D. 1IS11 at Sin o t the ron d of tte aourt h lm and Clarke coqu. . Montan I wil n ens to ae id or Cae andacrdeo . If foreeloenre and sale, yell the sa ve dosor'be(/property, or so much there. of o may be necquary to matets aid Jsdlmtelt, --It interest and coseta to thi hgltet and bei t bi der for eah fn and. Irdn under my head this 80th dayof March, . CIAILE D. CI'RTID, 8herlff. By ulr E . Roess, Under Iheriff. ALIAS SSYUMM1J4-INt THu DISTtItTf " court of the ¥ust judichta district of the etate of Montana in amnd or the ounty of Lewisl sad C:larkse. D. J. ldwarda, plaintiff vi. John A. Amms i T. C. ltephen., defetdauts. The stte of Monta sends glreeting to the ibove nased defendant,; + Yon i hereby ouired to appear in p actlon rp~lht, e.Jtnet onU by ls a·bole name plain. tt! m thedistriot ~ont of the 'eirst Jndicial die. trist of t rte o 4nh In sad for the -omt ft Lewad (lanrks, and to aswer the eo= lint ASo therein. withinp tip days (eoaliv o[ tho day of rervrce) after the mrrvlie on you of this eummons, If mrred within this couztty or, if served out tof this county, hbat within this diettiot, within twenty iyal: other wia Within forty dlay, or jdgiment by default will be tatn against you, accordinlg to the prvyer of e4 Complst. ne maid atira a i. ioulht to recover Judle mnent for the sum of fi on a promisesory note executed and delivrsed by defendants to t. W. B. Smith V order,. daed io., 4,1891. due March , 1i49, with interest from date at 12 per cent va oto Mayaly wards, and Which was by her eaormed to .ia alif. who is now tie o ner and holder threof; that payment of raid note was deaandsi sn wu reseid, elthough put dne; tat detferdants have never paid arid note or any pat thoreof. And you ar.e hereby notied that if you fail to ppep r and answer the sad complaint, as above reitrc.l. the said plalintIff will take jsomsent adn t you fotr lito with tateneot from this late, bekldes oasta. ivean ndmy hand end the mst of the die. trict court of the lrst judicial district of tie atse of Montana, in and for the --'--.-ý county of Lewis and Clarke, ft31 Firslt') this l1th day of March, in the J t. ear of our Lord one thousand laht hundred and nlnett.threa - 1egt JOIHN BLAN, Clerk. Sy G. o. FoRuxuAw, Dlputy Clr.erk. I It, Purcel., Attorney for Plaintiff. OATON'SNERVETONIG AND VITALIZER, suickly rcures genaeral and nervous debility spi. exhausntion. heurasthonia etc. Ceompletely, perfectly and permanently rejuv. mating the vltal"energies; increasi.g nervous power, renewing the ambition of youth and the oonrage of manhood; reatoring to enfeebled. enervated, exhauetetl, devitalizes, or overworked men and womiqn perftct conestitutinal powers. itll eztrordinry coraidvle power manicfest itself almost immediately it is taken. On this point the evidence of ttioso who have taken it is uaiform and positive. They say they can frei the effect eof every dose deing them good. it is a powerftl nerve invigorating tonic, impMrting its restorative influence ttrough the medium of the nervous system to ever orrganand tisoce in tho body. , amkestebut little diffe: esce whether the conetiiteonal vigor i.s been undermined by acute disease, overwork, or certain mi, chievous indiscteiQion; or wheher the broken down con ditoa is caUia by ene namune or ether, so long as there is n-rvous eahaustlon, general or local w.kuness-so long as enervation end debltty are the t. ofe the ilment, this is the remedy. HOi It WO t4JbLT'IR from te resultsof overrmantit or physIcal exertion. hardehip, exosulre, hhlden draine. ospros. or who have brought upon th~n...Ilve set is of aflictionn by ignorantly or wilftiily violating nature's lawe, will find ia Oetuon'e Vltalizer satd Nerio To:;ic the remedy for their o'rtaLin relief. It epedilr removes all evidences of progressive shycrlcat deteriot ation. and rentortes the enfee.ed e:iergiea to their ··-'-r- t vior, \WHENWVEB TH]E~ IS any weaknass of the vital organe, nervousaness, pros.r.tions of the physioal or mental energies. cenfasion of idees. lack of pel confienoce, irritability of temper,. melancholy, cowardice, weakness of the knees and bcok. palpitaitmt of the heart, draging pain in the lions, headache, irritation of.the kidneys an I bladlders milky art.e, pernicious and hidden wastes, resulting in a failure of the mer ntal and physical powers, constituting an impediment to success and tunfitting him or h'r for the duties and reaponslbb;lities of life, it is the remedy par excellence. A uingle package will be en(tficent to inaugur ate the work pf regelneration, and cure in many cases But stubborn oasus often require more. It will be rent po.tphaid. secured from observation. or $I 00 er package, or 6 packages for $1.00. Cdd!ese n. orders to CATON MED. CO., Boston, kis,. R.I'P.AN.SI S TABULES " REGULATE THE 8TOMACH, LIVERAND BOWELS I AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. : i IPANS TAUULES are the hbet Ifedl. aine known fer aldgestloae, n-nou e SIloeadnaeh ,onstptlon,]Dpepesi, Chronlo Liver Troubler, Dlasleso, Dad Complexlon, " o Dysentery, Offensive BreatL, and all die. " orders of the Stomaelb Liver and Bowels, " Rlpano Tobule C!fontain nothing i.nioun to take , ,sof, eortu lo aslaidvgemmodoate relief. SMay be obtained by applloatlonto nearest * drugglst, Are you too fat ? R. HUDNUT') MARIENBAD REDUCTION PILLS Will oure OBESITY. B acy. no meopuihe without B ethis tnoe ark. Read below the testimonlal of 11. I, ])UNIAIt, thle well I known President and Manager of the tlbson House, CLtcin. tllt, Ohioi: ,TRAI)Iu MARK. GINTI-s-1 have taken HU. NUT'a hIt ItONlOA, Itall.tivIN PaLt. for orpt few months, and clcerfulty Ilondra their goo d snil HAO.aefflcIlct. Mweligt Is rO duced ,~1 )oannlas , mIy hlialth tlrst 'laC.l e ,foure. h II. 1. ,llt'NDAR . Send for M tr. |ftDNI'T'stietl,.phlet o OObesity. Special depots for Pills nod lamlnphlet I ,ho:olslenntld ltetal', rainler Drug Co.. 10 Routh IaIn[l go. A.. PRESCOTT Marble and Graite MONUMENTS 4AND* HEADSTONES Irhot keima, fnelo WlMontol., Our Perteotlont Sirlon foe +IQ ear bet Deoesnosl big. PRhVNThm purmob sed G n Ole b to 1 draii £8 t W "dM 0 tP s 0.e ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL PAPBI ANPD - , -"FaL,.os, Orggar.Le, House Funlhlnslg GoodS Hosea Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordions. e nlxaed to four ti torm e6a t. AXnD A FULL t4I o0 Smmen a loork. ten, ro te- MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. as tookitrs er.,than that of all other Helena l o.olr ene P oe telnor e P..y fo Caah utrOhalee end atra:ght warload shipments Brigsr, and other firat-eolfa7'ieaa I. tlvde will reelve prompt attention. LY'Low prices and ease terms. .-----HELENA. MONTANA.-.----- =re HELENA LUMBER COMPANY S. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED . . 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