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NOIS OF' THE BIG FAIR
Many of the State Builtdings Keep. ing Open House for Their People. Tenants of the Mtd'way Plassnoce Kloking Bemnuse It Is DLrk at Night. Dmanel Not is It With a Lmelre Lion ?rmenr--C~osmepeoit Populnatie of the Plaleatee. CmnoAoo, May 23.-The weather last week was cool and pleasant, and made sight-see ing comfortable. Dedication exercises were the order of the week, and the homes of Canada, Minnesota and Illinois were all made ready, not to mention the opening of the Chinese theater and the old Viennavill age. The musical exerisees held at noon in Festival hall are becoming more popular every day, as attested by the crowds who attend. That sort of musio is more in touch with the public's favor than the high-toned, one-string symphonies of the masters. Many of the state buildlngs are keeping epen house, and receive visitors with much cordiality, especially so among the courteous and hospitable southern homes. As if the people were liable to overlook old "Liberty Bell," it has been placed at the entrance to the Pennsylvania building, which building Is an exact counterpart of the city hall in Philadelphia. The electrical display is something long ( to be remembered, and the evenings when I they take plane will draw crowds to wit neas the beautiful sight. They are having t-oable over in Midway plaisance, as the tenants elaim the exposi $ian management have failed in many par. tioular to keep their agreement. As night comes on darkness reigns supreme along this avenue and the exhibitors claim they are losing much money. As if to entice the public into their den. a free exhibit is made ef a man among the lions. lie fires off pistols, put his bhead in their months, and feeds them raw meat from his hand. As a lady remarked. Daniel was not in it with this tamer of the "king of the forest." The memorial art palace situated on the lake front, foot of Adams st eat, was form ally dedicated last week, and immediately taken possession of by the world's congress of representative women, and many promi nent in the varied departments of women's work were p esent and took part. It is in tended to have these conpgreses, during the next six months, under the title of the World's Congress Auxi inry of the Colum bian Exiosition. and many subjects such as medicine, temperance, musio, religion, education, etc., will be ably presente I by blight minds familiar with the subjeots in hand: The exhibits in the building devoted to mining and its kindred industries are fast assuming shape. Pennsylvania at present is very prominent therein with the exhibit made of the fifty-foot pyramid of coal. Kentucky, not to be outdone, will have when completed, a very fine pavilion to show off the mineral wealth of her domain. Michigan has reason to be proud of her exhibit of sopper seen in its finished con ditioMt and as it comes from the mines. Althoagh the new governor-general of Canada hails from Scotland, yet he and his good lady, conuntess of Aberdeen, seemed to take a-great deal of pleasure and interest in the vsait they made among the peasants in the Irish village. Amplde provsien has been made in case of fire, as a full-fledged fire department is in operation, and a patrol boat, the Fire Queen. is in readiness at all times to do her Outy. It is high time the properauthoritiestave y some attention to the faet that the flee toilet conveniences are kept in a condition fit for use. The company towhorm the con cession was granted take good care that the ray closets are all that could be desired in that respect. The admissions last week were about 180,000. There is trouble over the official cata- - logae of the art gallery, especiarly among the Frenchman. A visitor in looking up a "Christ on the Cross.," found it was "A Wounded Dog" in the catalogue, and where Li The "Rights of Man" was, the catalogue diu took you to an angel dressed for weather tc a:ppropriate to 'O degrees in the shade. th There are six miles of painting in this art a, gallery, and one who visits these institutes B, much knows what that means, that it is a to tiresome journey to view them. The sunshines lust week had much to do with making the grass grow and flowers bloom, and another such week will see even ma kod improvement in this respect. It is well worth anyone's time to wall throngh Midway p'aisance, even thogho you do not visit the many villages and other attractions found thern. Certainly such i mixturs of Jew and gentile, he then 8 and OChltian. were never so congregated a before, and many of these strange people c, will not return to their native land. a 'The editors in their national convention b last week And pnrt os this, seemed to have a' mixed it great deal of pleasure with their t business, and they return to their paste pots invigor:atd by our lake breezes,. and d to continue the good wcrk of arying kind ag worda for tie ('u:oumbian exposition. ci 'The driveways are uiiihed, o: nearly so, IF but en edict has gone fo.th that no driving 4 is to be aliowed, exceipt frr the delivery of ruopiuC lairt at ti ot and early mI,,rnirn. L].:,u the " 'i 02,."' come under this heo,d, eld iaro la rerd ort. 'OIrne of tell Crol.ir b)lti guards are a trifle Rsaucy and to oilcious. 'I hey seemr to forgetehnt they are required to be ontlervan under all c:r enmatancen , even thonuh tirey are dressed in brass Iuttons. blhck braid ind oluu uni forms. To judge from the numerous hotels erectoe for the rntertarnlr at ,rf Wrld's fati visitors., aying nothlug oo thel old a. tnblish i ones, and many Loa dinug and I rivatrI lod.uiz hruses,. Chicago wi I havie no diflicurlty Il talking loui era o of the IOUl.nltUdes, even tIhong ili rof Chlllrn were pouned in on us. Hleat assured on this point, that ample Iretnratiouo have isen made. Guaranteed Core. We authorlze our advertised druggiet to sell Dr. iing's New I)lr'overy for Con sunm:tion, Coughs end Colds, upon this condition. If von se afllicted with a Cough, Cold or any L.ng, 'Ili oat or Chest trouble, and will use thisremedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experrencu no benefit, rou may rtur.n the bottle and have your mini, v refnudrd. V;,' could not i.ltke this otier did we not know that Lr. Ku:ng's Now IDI (overy could bli roited on. It never Risappoint,,. 'i min; Lruttles tree at II. M. Irarchen A Co.'s drag store. Large size f . eents and 1.. Vorlil'a Fair Strates vii the Nortlhern On and after May 4th the Northoern I' tile will sell excursion tickets froint Helena Jo C'hicu.go and :etu n It th: rtan of $.U. The transit limi, i rn Ich dir,. t.on wi I Ihe forty days, with lnot lintit Nov. 15, l':n;,. If desi ed by pu ch.res, tickliets will hbi iesned to return via either the U!ion PIe cifio or Greet Northern railways ut the senue rate. Bear In mlind the fact that the Northern Pacilio is the only line tunning throuch Scoa:s between Helena and Chicago, without change. For further information, aleepin eCar reservations, etc.. call it the Northern Pa cific city ticket office, or address A. .). Eouai. Ge(n'l Agent, Corner Main and Grand streets, 11olena, Montana. Women Will Vote as usual at the next school election- but for many candidates. Theygive a unanimous vote--every day In th week--in favor of KIRK'S WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP because they know it has no equal as a labor and temper saver on wash-day. The "White Russian" is a great soap to use in hard or alkali water. Does not roughen or injure the hands-is per fectly safe to use on the finest fabrics. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. Dusky Diamond Tar Sop. ad "...".,'" F AULTLESS Nature is perfect and noii that turo's own r amedies-- TOE It is a benefit to the human race. KEEP UP YOUTII, IIIfALTII, VIGOR by the use of PFUNDER's OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER. Quick and Complete Cure of all Diseases of the Skin, Kidneys, Bladder and lAver. It chcoks Rheumatism and Malaria, relieves Constipotion, Dyspepsia, Blllousnes3, Hcadache, Coated Tongue, and puts fresh enorgy into the system by making New, Rich Blood. lakorichtnow. It cannot be beaten as apreventive cf disease. Bold and used everywhere. $1 a bottle: 6 for $5. THE GREAT This extraordinary Rejuvenator is the most wonderful discovery of the age. It haa been endorsed by the leading scieltific men of Europe Budyan 2s tB pely vege S Hudyan stops ý I' Prematureness ofthe discharge in 20 idays. Cures nBEFOa AO T AFTER I dANHOOD Constipation, Dizziness, Falling Sensations, Nervous Twitching of the eyes and other parts. Strengthens, invigorates and tones the entire system. Hudyan cures Debility, Nervousnes., Emissions, and developes and restores weak forgans. Pains in the back, losses by day or night are stopped quickly. Over 2,000 private endorsements. SPrematureness means impotency in the first rstage. It is a symptomof seminal weakness ard barrenness. It can be stopped in 20 days by the use of Ifudyan. r The new discovery was made by the Special. Istsoftheold famous Hudson Medical Insti tute. Itis the strongest vitalizer made. It sl vsry powerful, but harmless. Sold for SI.0 a ackageor 6 packages for $5.00 (plain sealcd boxcs). Written guarantee given for a cure. If you buy six boxes and are not entirely cured, six more will bho sent to you free of all charges. Scnd for circulars and testlmonials. Address HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE 1032 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA. S500 Rleward! Wewill pay the above reward for any case of Liver ('nmplaint, Dyspepsia. Mick headache. In. - dirgetion, Conetipation or Costivonese we can sot cure with West's Vegetable Live- Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to give eatie faction, Sugar ('.ated. Large boxes, 28 cents. Beware of covnterfeits and imitations. The tenuine sold by H. iM. Parehen & Co.. Helena. JAPANESE CUREB A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of Sutpoeitorie,. (.intment in apsules, also in I olx and Pills; a Positive Curs for Externsl, I1a ternal. Blind or Bleeding. Itching, Chronic, Re. cent or Hetroditary File.. and many other dis eaves and fern 1s weaknecses; it ie always a great benefit to the general Ihealth. The first discovery of a medlcatl care rondering an operation with e the knife unneeessary hlereafter. 'Ihis Remedy has never be.n known to fail. St per box, 6 for $5: sent by mail. Whreuner from this terrible disease when a written guarantee is punitively givt n with 6 boxes, to refund the money ii not crred. Send stammfor free sample. G;arantee issued by H. H. lParbeen it Co.. duggista, sole agents. Helena. Mont. The Celebrated French Cure, W .rranted . AP lODD TINE " ormond.e to core I Itfonde IH 0Soit. oeN A S" " POSI-TVE GUARANTEE to cur` any ormo of nervous dis- - ease or any dis ordleroIf the "en Sof e ither nx, / 1-- " whether arising BF.FOR, from the v.xcs- AFTER ae vIro ue of Stimulallnt, Tobacico or Olnl0,1 , or through youthful lndlecrctlon, ov(r inlvul gelneC, 1cr., scllh n LoJne of Brali Power, Wakefulneslu, Bearing down Paint in tLrt back,) Itiu.inal Weakness, llyst.:rla, Ncrvots P'ros tratlot, Noctulrnal R.ln:ltent, Leneorrhoean I)izzlnoel, lWeak Memory, Losso if 'eoer and tuimpotency which It nRiecteid ,ien utad to pre:natlure niil rge inllit:":nty l'trirotl$it a 0 r I, ,6 l,oxce for f.tll. 3.3. iut by mail on receipt A VItITTEN GIUAR;ANTEE is given for S.wvery 5i.00 orderrec'v, , lt,to rlffnul the money Rif a Pcr·lrannt"l ui;rl"· te'thteld. W'ch.ve t ,.oilo ind ,f tevtmloiinlit frtot oldu and youing f buotth isi t. wi, %% .;'o bt'i. l,'romaunnttily .,red Vie 11o iius of ,lphrodltinu. (l.',unlaru Sto ,. I..ontiotn tp er. Ahlr:oos e TI-I 1;:-::RO MEDICINE CO. e West--l.: • ': 1'. O. Box 27. Sold by W. M. Paurhen & Cto., drngg~ s'e a. Mont. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining ENGINEERS ROOMS 24, S2, Mierchants National n Bank liulding. Helen.l b Montana. <r Pennyroyal Pills. Dr. Porres I feliablo are the safest and beet regulator for lad.eE: nothing nnple~ant. end always effectual. Advice free. Paokaggi sI a, end $2 oirect. 2.11 CA'ON CO.. Drugg st. . bstonW. Les. A"oenq l CloaVHIPs P , asuan AL , s MoE.NA 5ULLR-'It .D. A._ teasoy 1sa t o eeln TL .L e u p in.er.a Sn<81 r a neban a . is wnsi " l.. s,°t. nleoeml.ontama. T. P Ua O. OCE AN. Phrystand, Burgeo. Aecochee NG lia Amist Mdemnber of Van Jrancisoo *edic lgoclety. plad Nvada Stayn Medical Socriet (lce on "am sF o vettinieta Jelr in. Il athse ony pe rrunIe.., . THROUGH PULLMAN CARS CHICAGO, ST. PAUL., MINNEAPOLIS . l --AD-- ** 13RTH PACIFIC COAST PO!ITS, The Dining Car Line. Dining Cars on all through Trains. The Yellowstons Park Line. This marvelous WONDEIRLAND reached only by this line. The People's Line. The peo le's highway from Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth and West Superior to Win. coma. liattle Portland andiPuget Bound. The Tourists' Line. The popular line to reach lakes Fend ' Orri!le, tccur d'Alene. Kootenai, (.heln the Hot Springs and Mountain Mesorte of the l.Ot.II t E°i' and to ALAOIKA. Daily Fxpress Trains. Have PULLMAN PALACE CA.S PULLMAN TOUBIIT SLEEPINt CAlS. I fIE COLON 1ST SLEEPING CARS. Through Tickets Are sold at all coupon offices of the Northern lao Be ighUroad to pointe Not ,eet. Smith and West. ln the United Shte o Canad. IME SCHEDItla. In effect on and after Sunday, August IL TRAINS ABnIVn AT IETI·NA. No.1 Pacifir Mal. west bond ........ 1:0 p. No.. Atlantio mail east hound........12::40 p, No. e. Iceur d'Aone. ldesuula and Butte express ..... ............. 6:45 p. an No, S. Marysville paese gr.............7:20 a No. 10. Marysville accoi odra ona..... 7: . a No. , Wiokeo, Boulde rand Elkhorn -sa aengor ....... .. . . .... 5:10 V.m ed Rmaiond mixedl Mondays. .e, Wed. p. ~aedIn. and srdays .............. .00 p. TRAINI DEPART RbOM HEIihA. o.1, Pacific Mil. west bound........ :45p.n o. 4. A't1ntio n.a:L east bound........ 1:00p. in No.5, Butte, Missoalaanit. eurd'Alet ' exre......... .. .7: a. No.7,. Marevlle Ipaecgner............ 2:4i. n No. 9, Maryville accommodation. . . .. ep m No. i, Wickes, Boulder and E3khornl N l.! nger 7.:20a. a needays and Fridays..............8:15.. n a '1rain, noe. 1, 4. 5 nd I connect at. Garrison with Montana Union trains to and from Butte. Deer Lorige end tnacond. - Trsins Nos. ' end willt run between Helena and Wallace., Idaho, without change of car. For lRt-I. Map', Time Tablea or Speelal Information apply to Chas. 1. Fee, General Pnassenger and Ticket Alegat, a Paul, Min,., or A. :. + P. 13 General Agent of the .lorther Pe·ofio . B. as EILENA. MONT. LOMT ,MA IKOOD Easily, Quickly auq P Manehtly Restored. CaLLLBaTD En dLIB. RE3MEY - NERVIA. It is sold on.' positive oguarantee to cure any form of nervous pros tration or any disorder of the genital organs of either sex, caused efore. by excesulve use of r Tobaeco, Alcohol or Opium,, or on account of youthful indiseretion or over Indulgence etc.. Dizziness, Convulsions, WCakefulnes. Headachbe, MentalDepression. Softening of the Brain, Weak Memory, hearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness. Hysteria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorhrrhea. Lo)o of Power and Isppotency, which if neglected, may lead to premature old age and insanity. Positively guaranteed. Price, $1.00 a box; B boxe fory $.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A written guarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received. to refund the money if a permanent cure is not effected. NERVIA MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Mich. For sale inltelets by the Paynter prog Co wholesa;e and retail druggists. LK. PRESCOTT 433*LUR IA larble and Granite MONUMENTS 4AND1 HEADSTONES luin Fielana. eac.ag. Montana DHEItlFF'ts SALET-BY VIRTUE OF AN E-X. Scut ion in my bt.de, iscaed out of thi district scorl ,f the First judicial diatrict of the state of Montannc. in and for the county of Lewie and I laroe. iu tIh nulit of Jienons tlii.,, att'inef Jlohnl t l arIreisr ai.d i ios I. arpenfer. Iuiy attested th,. .tst day of ar.reb. .. 1D1. I have levied upon al l t righlt, itle and iLttroint s t the said . it n v. ( arm .ntrC and Liezie t arpenter in end to thefuifiwing described lproperty. situated in Louis and ('arke couont. ctate of }ontana. viz: I oft nun: orol nine 19) in bloc sixty-four (tl) ien tle original townts" of a .itlar i . lot num b'tro t:vIvi, 12) in block sin-tcw. (It, in the I 'tl;y ruldition to Helei.a: totes t,mltred eix !i, and a.uon (71 in b!ook three t:t Iaseott's ad diti n to limsna, all t Lewis and (larke ruonty. Montans. ' .crth -r with all and singular it) tenements, h-.r dtam.Ouits and appurtoeuanus thrCounto beo Soniting or it an ,uei-i anrs.i.tiiing. usolie is hereby give}utsat si 'reshday. the Iti dlay of Nion. A. l& a' tin hour f tAi 'cloik s.. of sald das "at thlie frunt door of the i,,.rt Ihoiir. city of eelan. I will sell all the htigt. titl, and interest of "the aid .In , . t ar Ilelor , n ' icz.e tri Oenter In erlt to the said •h,,ve doecribsit pronlp", to the hihittst bidder fir 'carh in ha .L livnl unlder my band this the 21 day of April, A. L. PIl. CIIABL~S D. CUItTIS, Sheriff. I y FRnD o. . IIo5. Under Shrliff. Aft sr tl,' proefl 4ln of sltt and no bhids being mael' h-r na l r, pcerty', Ith ralt thire f hass tieen postltuittiga Dntis Ttodaty Mtay 2t' at 12 m. i STUDY 2.AW AT rHOES - spraga CorrpeSagpDa tebsat @of EIp (lacsesa li) ad feesactiaea:ll e tt d. Oetnsr r.5 m k a W6 ht 3I .kg B 1koe Ih Pý or. 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