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at tbaheirheats or plsa of giess aear si wby paitly enudie thres ] t mai NatsII Pla Advswlsneta. to ituo"" pem iset h hEanded a On.. ts . m. stemPt oomathnatiot as nMt n sebl eme lhas Wtas eis emolesd. r* ,esae o oen SWIIas SILi.R Tie oU. ry rin die Sunday] per year ...... s DaIt [including Sunday] si meath...... s I Daily inoludils BSnday] thre msethas... m. Daily [excluding Sunda] p year....... 9 Daily [excluding Su ay] per month...... e Sunday only [in advancel pr year........ 2M Wekly [in advaan e only] per yer......... S Waiybb aariesr Per Wak. N heat la i HELENA, MONT., MAY 24. 189. r antonims abread wlls always glad Io 0Dav lBNDUIAKDerT p al1 as their fatets belstle: ift Avenue sad Mstropolitra. Ue torkt West, Minneapolise Baldwln sad Pials San F'rasaoso; MoDeratt. Biatos Islad lHoyl ,hn breld.a In, 1tsw PNOES W0 AT 0X V Treorted for tha ionaranam dIlyby. 3t. sines. Unitcd States obervethr. Farn.. er ................ 29. I0 sO 975 mpat aore er......... 40.0 .0 t Wlan.................. w-10 w-i Tnlaratou. at noon. 4. lraxt gum snaperaturs. 48.3. Niniwom temperaturs 38.0. Local forocast Rais or snow slightly cooler. iaelve sMay 23. .183. PIbriog e 's toot seems to hmve gone JuDaE Bocf very potll asks what the state medical board in here for, if not to pass upon the qualifications of physi cians. D_ twt_ ve r Ttn break in the whisky trust will cause the Globe Democrat to moralize on another failure in the Cleeland odmin istratIon. business of national conventions this year is to arrange excursions to the of the Presbyterian assembly, it will oblige by printing the music and words of hymn 533. Ix order to recover from a fight now well piddled out, the gold bugs should get Zimri Dwiggins to write a review ar ticle on free silver. In the retirement of Major Charles Hirsute Jones from the St. Louis Re public, our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the New York Sun. BY making a campaign for lower rates the Chicago papers will be able to se cure more than a corporal's guard at tendance at the World's fair. DR. SUTHERLAND should go slow. There was another Presbyterian named Burchard, who rendered a valuable service by talking over the limit. HURRna for the New York, the Nancy Hanks of the seas! She is the record breaker of them all and, therefore, con siderably swifter than her namesake. IF the opponents of the Geary bill be lieve that the way to abolish a bad law is to enforce it, let them stand aside and give the right of way to Uncle Sam's offioers. A nouns rae. is a horse race. People guess whether their favorite will win or lose; and it's surprising how many guess it wrong.-Anaconda Standard. Give us that again, please. IT is altogether too early for Butte and Anaconda to figure on getting Hel- . ena's race meeting. Both towns will t have trouble lenough of their own be. fore the season is over. MRe. POTTER PALMER did the right thing m receiving the editors at her palatial home and at the same time in creased her chances for theo presidency when women's suffrago becomes a reality. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND should watoh the country's editors assembled at Chi. cago. The rumor that editors were to take back seats in the way of appoint ments may cause them to pass a resolu tion or two. SECRETARY S..irwn should further ex plain his announcement that army offi cers will be in charge of all Indian agen cles except those where the Indians are in an advanced- stage of civilization. There are a few Montanians who would like to know what sort of a stage that is. THE ladies of Chicago who want wo men's suffrage were quite right in de oiding to keep that movement separate from prohibition. The latter has proved a hoodoo attachment to temperance re form wherever tried, and ought to be put away under the head of issues that have failed. The Geary law was passed more than a year ago, but curiously enough the denouncements were postponed until after the time when it should have been enforced. If this policy were carried with respect to other laws, it would be a game of every man for himself and the devil take the losers. WE take off our hat to the art man of the Anaconda Standard, who furnishes the following unique criticism on the Montana silver statue: The form is so largely draped 'as to make preposterous the talk about tallng measl arements of Miss listen in order to get the corlect proportions. The pose, as shown in lhe picture, is one which the merest tyro in art criticism mighsa successfully at tack; the face is not more or less expres sionless than is the female face on our eor rent coins; the drapery is uncouth; the naked arm is utteriy lacking in graceful outline-it wonld pass muster as a model for the arm of a healthy, washerwoman who has lately been out of traniing and grown a little stout. This we think is very well done, con sldering that the critic has never soeon the statue. IT seems reasonably certain that the wrve of panics has passed not only in edialth. It is hbt 49gtthtg however, but that ouropete ual4ekp tur', before ,the b teii worst itu been a but adds that next fall ,he 8sate will belin to get back r't gold exported and then will be the 1ti0s lfngland to watch out for trot.t.4t .ia adds that the increase o .llu in this country has not l~SgtEIt absugh to keep pace With the g4r.Wl pu lation and development.n' 'iti er words, this English authority ..e with the great army of western farmers and laborers that the country n. ds more money. Free coinage of silver is the remedy that must be laedbhore any definite settlement of finanoial dig. turbanoss is reached. To Tae eTAes dTIUCK.WOUAN. While the world's congres of women will not immediately bring about any of the reforms proposed, it is nevertheless a gathering of remarkable interest. This is found not so much in thevari sty of subjects discussed as in the'very fact that women from nearly every olime and race, and representative of all in dustries and arts, have met for the first time in a great convention to discuss affairs of special Interest tO their sex. The woman missionary from Indik thats with famous actresses like Madame Modjeska and Georgia Cayvan; each gives views on questions most interest ing to the others and this interohange proves pleasant as well as profitable. Madame Modjeska, for instance, was asked for advice as to whether a young woman should go on the stage, and this is what she said: If the inflasence of our sex open the thea ter is beaefileal, smn we say the same of the influence of the te theater upon woman her self In other words, does the life of the actress tend to develop her better qualities, or does it do the,bontrart. I should not like to give a decisive reply to the question. I may say, however, that it seems to me. while the life we lead exposes s to a geat many temptations, stimulates too mush oar vanity, and takes as sometimes too far from our everyday duties, it must certainly develop in as a sense of independence and therefore of responsibility. It briges us into contact with the highest eeastions of master minds and is bound to open both our hearts and intellects to the generous impulses whisch they teaeh to humanity. As for morals, I can only say that there are as many good women on the itasge as in other walks of life. The present condition of the stage, however, gives but little authority for Modjeska's argument that the life of an actress brings her in contact with great creations of master minds. Her own case is exceptional, for the reason that her art is to a large degree the result of studying the greatest of all dramatic authors; she appears only in great tragic roles, and iii order to gain fame and applause she has been forced to a critical study of the times, the history and the personalities of great historic characters. But you can count on you fingers the actresses of to-day who have followed Modjeska's line. Tragedy is a fast dying art and with it must disap pear that discipline which made broad study necessary to succoos. Under these conditions, we may well inquire as to the methods by which the young women aspirants to stage life will become familiar with the creations which Modjeska studies and enjoys. Certainly not in the modern society drama nor in emotional plays which are pleasing to audiences as they are most suggestive. The best that can be said is that success in these lines returns ap plause and money, and on the other hand, always tends to deaden the finer senses of true womanhood. The ques tion then, is whether the reward is worth the price. As the great actress truthfully says, it is a wearing life in which the disappointments and failures far outnumber the successes. It does not conduce to intellectual growth and the only knowledge acquired is that of a worldly nature. It is evident from her cautious observations that Modjeeka fully appreciates the danger to which a new struggler in this field is subjected. Her devotion to fellow workers cannot even overlook this, and the plain infer ence of her advice is that of the many widening spheres in life in which the young woman may win success the modern stage is the least desirable of niL THIA 41N TRil1NED. An Ineldent That Man Reqailre Oiclal Esplanatlon. F.. Drvoo, Cal., May. p2.-An Ineldent that may lead to & government inquiry is reported by a passenger on the Paeifi mail steamer City of New York. Capt. Johnson, whioh arrived this morning from Panama on route from San Franoisoo. On the pas sage down the steamer did not touch at San Juan del Bor, beaoase of the revolution in Nicaragna. Entering the port of Carinte the passengers were amazed to see soldiers training a big Krupp gun on the vessel from the government barracks. All was ready, as was afterward learned, to toueach it of. This is in direct contravention of international courtesy. Government of. fioers then boarded the vessel to seareb, the supposition besln she had touched at Ban Joan, where the revolutionists are in control, and bringing revolutionists to aid in seizing OCainto. It was further learned that the same gnu had been trained on the San Jose, of that line, on the up voyage. During the search there debarked the new American minister to Nicaraguna, ialvador and Costa Rilos, lion. Louis Baker, of St. Paul, aseom panied by his two daughters, who had come on from Panama. Poor Crop Prospects. -" BSA FnA~rISco, May 23.-Reports of the showing of the grain stop of California in. dicate material damage from unfavorable weather conditions early in the season, ex cessive rains and floods in the northern part of the state washed out and destroyed much new sown grain and reduced the usual wheat avereae in that section at least 80 per cent. There was promise, how ever. of an enormous yield in the upper San Joaquin valley and southern Califor nia and gfod reason to expect that the pro duction in the state as a whole would le an average, but continued drouth has ren dered the conditions uneven in the south as well as north. An Arrangement Expected. NEw Yong, May 23-C. i'. Huntington, soon to be president of the Pacific Mail Steamship company, said this afternoon an arrangement would probably soon be made to effect the consolidation of intereets with the Columbian line, which now operates in connection with the Panama railroad b: tween New York and Colon. se follow hoM lte a i le for tle day bt the varflua t oa s a s lifta b Se l Inrrot.ind susito the elr Io at Breo, under tomman of . L, r n ,om dof ·non-eod .iea 1 band, and Com Ie. The foll inpet ondffoerus be e. allest for this Anoday the aiou .n S-o. . I Mellr, ordacu ,ioe .i wills d m ter la Copmpet .. m lst s eat ooteiml b. nde oobapt. Wntof a Ione akrett Fa.I ond e. , ol WIll Knippovberi, mastei. l Swill inspect ad mseter Compsa . l rsta imeo n tomm maded by pCosp lrO K-.attoned at Dillon. Hols. Jn. .. hl o, adiosae iej.will mjt. ooe iimnt, b mt ram.et, bs gl'p. apel and master Company D. Fomm dedt regiment. ommnaa ded by Capthiten. C . SRe, stationed at Virgiat Fllty. IlL The qaertermaster's department will turnish the neoess~rr t e tion for ofle era io areodetkid.d i t -oiI dil tiong othe thai lh tiaees ot but as mosne ti n Cot iiavailablbfdth mprpoe, oCaee will enfray thei trean' portation expenses, takin reoelpl. for Maine, whieb rseit willl be a vrodker pon whiob the militatry board will allow the so eonet and reimburse the oexpense. IV, The oommandertin-shief truitn that oieers and men alikes ill uotmever n deavor to make the soniuy talporjtib eoe table nlke In point of dleipllt n ad at tendnoee. Inpeaetinl ofm.lor Will pay t1hieiuir aS tendion to disolplame, the o0ndition of arms, equipment and clothins , apd render repo t of Jinspeotion to thee eadatr romptly. It i desired tht thtey.stbodt Stheir reports seeh treomtaasdattaou a in their opinion wedId add to the e*dniiay o~f the aervcelineaiolly, 4nd is plartiular uoh eUaentions ae would. be of benert to the troops inspected by each IBy order of Governor and Commtnnder-ln-iC~ai e OfBtcial: C. F. LLorD, Adjoant Generta e It-Adv i sd ad nud stai'emalle., Ptrsnuno, May ~ 8.--. a msoting of tIs chamber of commerde to-day, a rselnltion wo unanimously adopted 'doentobing the leary ozolosion set as ili.advie sad de void of that steteesisnld yt whleditabold eharsoterizs Amerloan dealings w.th for eign powers; els e tingllo se.ators asd representative to vote for lie repeal of the objectionable law withoul delay.. Govs' knee pants and hoym'tvaisit in cli a8ip as low m 5 cents, at ' he ntee Hive this week aby carriuaes at 86.50 st The Bee Hive that sre told at other stores for 110 00. To lantending trl teke. Intending travelerr dosisdJl to nrow of the new fast trains to the south; of the new feest trains to the east; of the new eqaluipment and improved comforts now of. fered by the Pennsylvanipahort Lines from Chi.oago can obtain full .ibrtioulers by call oig upon the ticket agent of any conneet ing line in the west or naorbwest, or by addresring H. I. Derln. nassistant general passenger agent, at 248 Olark street, Chi cago. After a visit to the World's fair a trip to the east or south can be pleasantly made over either of the Pennsylvania Short L ne. Always use your own Judgment s to what is best, but we would like to advise yot that Witch hazel Cream Is thel be, f.or chapped hands. rough skin and autl frig the aomplexion. fry it and b3 convinced. All druglists keepit. AiuAnSAsa CITY, Ark.. May 23.-An earth quske shook was felt here Bat.rday night. Houses trembled and dishes rattled. IARItUII. GILBERT-WRITIHT-At the omne of the bride's p~rents, Mita Minnie Wriaht to r. James (ilbert. both ot Itel a, J. 'esley Hill officiating. Excelsior Lo4ge No. 5, 1. O. O.'. Meets every Wednesday. E A regular meeting of the above Leige will be Itold this evening at their Jode rooenor this ecty at 8:00 o'clock. totolrtang brethren se cordially invited to attend Ii. W. DZNOILLE, N. G. II. T. DAVS. Serestary. ~ocky Mountain Tent No. 4, KI. O. T.M. Meets second and fourth Wednesday of each month. A regular meeting of the above tent will be held this (WedneMday) evening at O A. It. all. I RAN K 11, SUTTON, l'om. LvcUAN W. IgATar, H. K. Mount Helena Lodge No. 1, Degree of Honor, eets econd and fourth Wednesday of the month. A rgular meeting of the above lodge will be held this (Wedneeday) evening st the A. . U. V. hall on Broadway. Visitlng sisters and bro thors are cordiallyM invited t attend. MI, MAX Itl. VKLUND. SChie of ionc. Cx.Ati l. Mogror. fledorder. Red Cross -No. i2, H. of P. M steevlvWodnesda.. e oT tcloe shars at 14.of l t . hl Northern spaelll Sdepot. doJer ning bothers are kindly tatld to attend. U. W. VAN O .CN, J. H. SvaAwr. - lot 0 . and &. SFISHING _OOD)S. Finest line of hlhtag goods in Montana Everything that an Angler can Use. All the latest novelties for '5 aew in. and an a aort ment of Bode. Lines, Fly Nooks. ly Books, heels. etc.. that will interest ord to look at wiether you fish or not. Plems are right, sad will lit any pocket-book. ator lean. Bole asent for H. l.Lsonard Beds.L fiat In the world. Complete line of unm and Sporting tia ood. M. H. Bryan's Gun Store, 103 BlROApWATY, ELENA. MARYSVILLE Iron Works E. Griudrod & Co., IPreprletors Iron and Brass Founders and Machinists. All kinds of Millin lti a Cncentratinu MaIhinery bis tl. Chiloled o.r r.sl and Dice. All orders will ree ail sttantioLn. P. a sos S. MARUIxi.ri TMOa To buy rtola Dry Goo go to the right plaoe.. We aim to keep nothaitb -ift Argt-olahs, reliable goods. Inferior goods are dear a.t ahplok.; i'ar dea Is what all hpnest people ask for. Every 40l1a. spent a store you .i re sure of receiving value for. We have +(i'aguit a ted .TODAY ,AND TO-MO:RROW We will place on special sale our entire stock of TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, NAPKINS, ETO,, at such remark ably low prices that you cannot afford to miss this oppor tunity to lay in a supply for future needs; Our ,Sook is so large that it is impossible t emerte rie hee, but a RALEIGH & CLARKE. To buyiT pdk y u,,Taus g to th righ Ipao.,W, imtokepnoh ut frmo S rlibe oos infeiorgoos ae dar t ai p ac Y'Far c " s wat al honst eope ak or. Evry olar, opn 't ur's ee, ou .·~I ; L~~:-w. ,resureof rceivng vluefor. `e .a a Inauu'raed -j~pECI A.L BARGAIN. DAYS glanoeat ou bargan couters wll saisfy yu tha thes godsae eigsodchap oos hwnwth'pesue RALEIH CLR E. BICYCLES. YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE UNTIL YOU SEE THE Sterling Special. The finest, lightest and strongest wheel made. Changeable sprocket. From 60 inch to 87 inch gear. The change can be made in 1t. minutes. Front and rear wheels, full nlokle plate. Come and see it. Selling at very reasonable terms. See my assortment of shopworn and second-band wheels that I will sell very cheap. Get my terms and prices. Writs for particulars. Gun and looksmithing. Repair ing of Bicycles. J. F. Gibson. Corner Edwards St. and Park Ave, The Event of the Seasol. . At Mn's ne Night May 27, _P O c the ovurlto of Sliver Bow SNo 14P. . F.. and the man ement o.eIe's Opera House. the ko o olel t ~roame. . h owHln bLodge No. 193. snounos. ot n Sa$ar .1.5 for Ithef, nja boor o nspooati . terZ o " eon f the orth owe, the EK OF BELS UTTE, L40 - PEOPL, - 40 In the clveret, the most unique, the mnst original programme. Theft own. ba nd d fall orchestra. heir ownn proaramnoof now spoeieltira Their own original first pert Their own end a.in their own fun INew cothme for r thit entertainment ntom r(ista.e. of Philadelphia New S aOns teplete with local hil and tright tunes. how ektohoe. new dnors. in an eat rely new progralmme. SGrand Street Parade and Open Air 0onert alt 4 P. M. iealutul Sou. venir Prolgramme with every Ticket. = Ticets for remsrved rseats an e p c anrd fronm members of theo loogll and changed for edt orepon. at rope & t)l''oHoUr' n I I Watch dali papers for futatlr anoandt1meantc. Want .a Wheel? We are NMets tot Ip ýlfar lWgJD ea&&IIBL BICYCLES Anderson & Swendemian, ..uho1P.Ombl', l0 SOLICITSr -+7. ON fy.." TO LO A N. On long time-three to five years. At lowest rates-7, 8, 9 or 10 per cent.--according to the amount borrowed. Commission included in these terms. Expenses kept as low as possible. Wanted at Once-Loans on business properties in Helena and Butte in amounts from $15,000 to $100,000. A. M. THORNBURGH DENVER BLOCK, HELENA. v THE above palace, kaQwn as THE MONTANA d 0L~tf BIAN CLUB is now open to the reception of guests and is sec ond to no club in Chicago in loca tion, furnishings or service. All Montana people can find their home newspapers on file, tele graph messengers and telephone service, Columblan Coaching Club station. Montana people should have their mail addresded care of club, No. 291 Michigan avenue, Chicago. Membership tickets i(o. We refer to the following Montana people who have ViQited the club: Gov. J. E. Riclards, Ron. A. H. Mitchell, Dr. ChUs F. M ~gbpeod, Jes. Shields, W. L Hoge, Hon. W..4, BEoktqrd. Mon. W. .4 ~naQ man, Or any Montasna 6it2iMa who has vipited the clul. ' CHAS. S. WARREN, Pres. T. B. OORRIGAN, Treas. a. W. . FOLK, Manages. Now is the time to secure your Bedding Plants. I have Ia oomplete line of Pan sies, Verbenas, Carnations, Dian thas, Pinksj Colons, Asters, and many other kinds Call and examine. Th Wells Consrvatory. ROSE CARTEE, LESSEE. *.. PATENTS** Ulnited States and Foreign Pat. oets obtained and any information. given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, attorney at Law. Plttsburgbh Sek81 VENII VIDII VICII MoFarlane's . Rheumatic Compound. Has proed Its.elepeTlor to all other prepay ptions in the markeL It satuallyl eare ACUTM AND CItONIC 1( BUIbMA IBM. GOUT t CIATICA, and all such diemes. that owo their origin toea euemuedaton sad tention of a folrela ipbsaoe lt the blood and tiaems. 1t Is a14 parl er. tletimonials adreaps PAYNTER DRUG CO. Ase oar Bol Agentse n this eity. S bottle McFarlane-Drog Mainufacturing Company cableep srd LM ke CtW.