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THE UTT..E FEET.
Asc he loiplyhomai ber flor, And down the passae, through the hall. The little feet resound no morel There cometh through the open dood No merry voloq, n laughing call , Acre.s the lonely ohamber floor. But where-he .unl~ht 8ashes o'er tray tapestry and pictured wall, The little feet resound no morel Perchance upon a distant shore They wander new-no more to tll Acroes the lonely obamber floor. Why oames the summer to restore Brrght hollyhecks and Illies tallt hle W4ie feet nsend no morel Ales for hope's deeeptive lorel Rer words are desolatton all; Acroes the lonely chamber floor The little feet resound no morel -Arthur L. .lmoa in Chambers' Journal. The Use and Abuse of Powder. Powder may be a valuable or a ludicrous tdjunct to the toilet. When it hhles a lacial blemish, tones down on apoplect io cblor or dries an oily skin. it is valuable. When it makes a woman look like a clot; n, it is ridiculous and vulgar. Powder should be put on before dressing and applied evenly, not only to the face, butto the ears, throat and neck, the cut of the bodice regulating the depth. An eye brow brush, which may be had for l, cents, is about the best thing to remove the chalk front the eyelashes andi brows, but the lips shoultll be wiped. Although powder putls are bought atd sold, women of t lie world seldom use themt. Chamois skin, old liutetl and scraps of merino are thought to bte more serviceable for filling, instead of dust ing the skin. It is all a matter of fancy. however. For evening use powders are about the same in effect, but daylight powders should be selected with reference to the complex oll and the toilet. Violet tints are not generally becoming; blue-white is better than pearl, andflesh pink than either. The best all round powder for a complexion with adecided brunette tint is almond meal. Powder keeps the face clean and is thought to cool the skin, but it should be thoroughly washed out of the pores, not with soap, but with a good grade of cold -rcaim.-New York World. The Care of a Bed. The main point nowadays is the covering. There is a strong temptation to use a quilt ed cotton comfortable, costing $1, in prefer ence to a pair of blankets costing five timesi as much, yet the blankets are far cleaner, sweeter, warmer (for the sfame weight) and better from a health standpoint in every way. It is needless to add that the good housewife will see to it that bedding and clothes have a dl.ily airing sufficient to abolish entirely the stale, unpleasant odor which hangs around a bed and indicates the presence of an indefinite amount of ancientefdulvi. Clean sheets and sunshine work wonders with beds. If you are con polled to use a modern folding bed, be sure it has ample spaces for ventilation and that it is never put up in the morning until sun and air have worked their miracle of cleansing.--)r. E. G. Wood in Healthy Hiome. According to Civil Engineer Plummer, Mount Tacoma is 15,000 feet high, or 102 feet higher than Mount Whitney, supposed to be the highest in the United States. "I pray you see me safe up, and for my coming down let me shift for myself," said Sir Thomas More on the scanfl'nd. Guaranteed Care. We authoriza our advertised drauggist to sall Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If you ate nilicted with a Cough, Cold o' any Lung, Thi oat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy asdirected, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. '1rial bottles free at Ii. 1M. Parhoen & Co.'s drug store. Large size 50 nuts and $1. Lip Soreness Fronm Thread Hiting. Ladies who do a great deal of sewing fre quently suffer a great deal front soreness of the mouth and lips and are ofter at a loss to ascertain the cause of the trouble. Half the time it is simply the result of bit ing off thread instead of using a pair of shears for cutting. In the case of sil., thread the danger is quite marked, because it is usual to soak the thread in acetate of lead, partly to harden it and give it a good sur face and also perhaps to increase its weight somewhat. If this practiceis followed reg ularly and very much silk thread is used, the results may be quite serious and even lead to blood poisoning. A Millin Frleines. A friendl in need is a friend indreo,, and not less than one million peopthe l. ave finl I just insuch a f'iend in DIr. King'a New l)!s eovery for ('unaumption, ('oug:s eaild i 'i'l, if you have llver used thist (Great (.i',lL Medicine, one trial will convince 'ou tilt it has wond--rful carative powera In all di eases of I hroat, Chest and Lungs. Elace bottle is guaranteed to do all that ;s clanimed or mney will be refunded. Tra i bottle free at H. A1. P:.rehen i& (o.'s drug tore. Large bottles ..0 cents and it. Hlow to Wear a Coronet. Most coronets are Itdiile with ve!,vi t strings atttahe l flur tyrinitll, u lmt i t ii the htir, w bil otle lirs have wires, ter,,: nifi of which honk and eye into earh o iler, i the IllilLmai oiey brii lc, up i to sep la.tit i ll mIelits ad i I keaii 1it fuortei whI Ih t rti.gilud fr-il ll.r Ori-g.ltitl ie. . ll., this wi'. UThy tie either ptla,.d lti , furward on the lieadaliiv,inc a lurt i I the f 'rig- to s( iw. or L y ar, r i t v n: t crown of tlh, head, aI:rd then my' fill i,..i , with hleips of hair or feathr I ,,rv case thie hair should bi. ep, iril!y . for them, ius they need to be ki pt lir. - Ltudon Queen A Sere Curt for Pl e, I Itcbing piles are ikown by i mnitar like t perepiratiin, csasinig iitetis, Itehit g lit.n warm. ' his tfro as iwellt Mi.e l, bsheei - nu or tr otrading, yield as ount to r. lo- i rsank/'e lile ite. nedy. wi.;tb acts Litt i tor, arts effected, eabtort ts!un s, . rlla i'eitig and tfeolns asermntentoiu t . a l t-i Itrurtigste or m i. i'.rcolars frise. lr 'tosanko. lt,il'ndeiphiea. a. hold by II. Al. i'erchen & ', Hlencan. Sli,- Hai d tnstied. Milkmian -1 'i.... - . u n,,tte I nml vih a i l:littl i-tlk evt ry li reiin i, lulrt -. llr w-,ckl.i p,.t Y"-' , aril , hns tleritur ith: it' i t houuht ftfuln youtuh.ou a bo .a. - in'w York iiikly. (Ioklten's At n!.m iatve The teat Salvo in the world for Cnt., Iruiesa, Ftorea, lo.er, Salt litheuam, F, vet bouts, Tetter, Chaptied Hlands, Chilblatns, Coinm and all tikn Earuptions, and -oat ttvely cares P.les oruno money required. It Is auaranteed to sive perfect sataisfrtion, or money refended. Priie2t5 cantape. boy. For sale by . Ml. Pai ehen & Co. - Catsis of deatfn-o sh- old not Ii allow,,ll to go witboult trel'ruxat ,t I!. .%(-o in,ly l h "pelesen-es rhould lve ort,, , aturi- fr a:u, opienn a, th a likehlbu.d ut proVoelwent ttlel" t'oututetlt. Ayer's Acne Curs is an .lnti-alte for ma lariaanil all malarial diseases, whether , generated by svw hmp or sewer. Neither quinine, arsenic, ntr any other iljurmuni. drusg anters into the ctmpoition of thlis remedy. Warranted to cu e feve: and soas. THIRIIRAT HUDYAN. This exirmwrdinary Rlsaellator is the m hent wonderfl dtsoovery o the ago. It hs beetn endorsed by the leadingla en. tbsi menll of Eump and Aneroea. HUD. YAN Is purely veoetehle. HUDYANstone Prematureness o thre Disharge mi 2 daay. csure sLOST MANHOOD, Ctostie . lion, Dilrtnes., Falllung Sesationus, e vors Twitchlning ot tie eye and other pa rts. trongthens. inrtgorates and fonesthe entireys..tem. HUDYAN ures Isebility. Nervomsness, Emisloes., and devulopee anld ros.ores W.eak Orgatsn illnsi in thae rback Iwas by day or night aur stlopped quiky. Over 2,000 private lrtOlmonluts. Premainurrnes means Impotenoy in the firsa sigo. It isanymp tontofrsemilla whtstlkesttna d ierletnneas It can be aouloýed it l dl.ys by tIhe use of HUDYAN. 'Teo e new dlisovermr tS w made by tit nspecialists of the old fCanous Hud son Medical institute. it s tileo strong. ant vithliecr mado . it is very powerfsl, but harmless. Sold for $1 00 a package or 6 pucek.ges for S5.00 (ilaill caled boxes). \Vrltern guaranter given for a curer. IfyoU buay aix boxes and arOlOt entirely rnud., six more will be sent to you cs.whofsli chlirgen. Send forcirculatrs andti 'e.tttnonlls. Address HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE. E03 Marlket St., Nama Franeiaoo Said the .. to himself, "If the. moon I could get, whenever I'a dry t n oy tnroat I cou .l wet; The moon is a f.. . - quarter--with a quar '": ,.- 0. tecr I hear; you can -i" ;t w fpurcshnearcs thve gal lons of 1 / ;Hres' - Root Beer." A Dellcious, Temprer aince, Thirst.quenching. Ieenlth.urivng Dcri nk. S lood ior any time of year. A a5c. package make .s galons. Be sure and _ et Iiass'. HAIR DEATH insldn(tly rrepmvOe and forever dostroye object iontso hair, wheother upon the Isantis, act, tars r.s or naeck, wVtlotssst dis colt.ratiol ssr inljsry to the losut elicate sin t ~oau for aOt years the sioret for tlllll ort ,raiasut \t itoa, acknowludgsr. by I' ,-iclans as the hlsghlst nut h yrity and thi. Isttsit remi;ont deraltologist anti hair Sie- oialist tlat evcr livid. Durilng his irivatl Itact.,r of: a lifet sts amos g tile nobility st tl arislocracy ..f I'ltrot hIe ItprsEribed this tecipe. I rice, ts by mail. tesuroly patn(sd. ('orresl.ndaonco e,,nfidential. solo Agents for America. Addanss The Skookum Root Hair Grower Co, D)opt. if , 5; touth I ifth Av., Now York. 0 08~~rPa·anrr--p LIAt8 SUMMONS--IN 'ItHE JLSTICE'S court of Itlehna township, cotnty of I wais and ('larkt,. state of Montana, before A. ('. Vo taw, justice of hIoe ,oace '. A. I ister & 1 reo, plaintiit, vs. Peter "avis, dofendatnt. '1 lie stae of Montntan to the above namel de fenrlanl, ;relting: t ou ale horelby nntmonted to I,,- and appear bo forte lie, A. C. 1 otaw cjustice of the peao in andi for trio connty of I ewis and t. ]arse. at my oiice in ilehne. within tlln (1) luys after thlo couote tion of t.o pbhlcatton of thi.s summnsr, to-wit: After ilSept. 13. 183, tholn aol thor0 to make an awar to the ceomplaint of the aboc named plain titife, in it il tationl to retoer the autl of two hulndretd lintl sx attd 25 1in (2M.tl25) dollars for work and servioe hinaulisn ore from the Miocno rote mino to iroegyry cc ncontercor in ,htfereon oullnty, .\onlans,. for dtcendaolt at his st.orinal inl:ant,' and request. Ihrine and prior to July i, 1O, r and in lefaru;t thereoof, judgment will be rolt-.retl ainilct yol:. Petoer I cvis. the above nallleot dofe:.do::nt. to' the sium of two itundred alnldix and 2~-f1. dollars and coste in this behalf ex,, n ed. (iltn" nnder my hand this 14th day of A.gost A. 1),1193. A. ('C. VO'W. Justico of the Peace. _tO''IC(. TO C '-OW\V.ICS.-'I'O J. H. BIN clair, his heirs, executors, administrators and acsi-ns:o on are hereby nnotifitid that I. lisk J. Shaffer. yollr o-owner, hare, tn accordanre with seceion 2.:21 of Ith Iovtetarid utnlutes cf the Unitedo -totee. oxiendte in labohr rotl improvements .onc the I toateir quartz ltde nmioing claie. sit uhnod in c kratch tI;ravel unorgantized) mining listrict. ia to county oef lewis and( lsarko. t:et. of joot.ann. the nlim of one hunderod Ir1 ti liers for the Iitr.oe of ho din; and repro nting saidl claim cecordling to law for the yearn 1-Il . t ail I192. aril unlees yon contribute or atele to be contriiutted your ehsre of ucrn ex eellefteto, aerounting to ,25 for each year. to thoe etdoriCuel ait e Oene, in the county of I e;,s antl t arke.. o ato of Mtontana witfhin n tlllti: (!ti ,lnys aft'r the c vor of thlis lotice. b i telllit-ation, y.tt. itller.ett in aidi -., a ecrtr ete ! idte mining e litn will befor utld ai-l tie-reit, ttoe lproperty ocf the etnder -.t:,,,-. as tirol dode by saide setioe- _,e24 of Ito etc ,l ter.e5 i trho hilttid etaters. litK e . o eHAtg e ER. ltoted 1, eoena. itont, Ang 1i, lbt3. 'Of Interest to Inventors. THE AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUB. ISHERS' A'.H OCI ATI O N, SOf w! i, ] this paper is a mem ber, has a standing offer of a ,old mn:Cal vah e I at $5o, to be awt ardedl to any one who iFnv.ents my meclhainical dev;ce whoieby tlie priocess of prod(ucin- news p:pers is cheapened, or that will he in any way a benefit to pub ii h:rs. For further particulars ad(hlress te st, retary att the oflice, 2(16 P )'"1'E;1R BUILDING, New Y,,rk. 95 t - e o,,,1 . . 1]. P,wer block I'on'tofic Hox 811. l.* ot. o'!ntana. HOVEY & BICKEL Civil and Mining ENGINEERS ROOMS 24, 2%, i Mercbant.s ational 13ank bnildlng Ielena ioe toGosldMiner& SILVER-PLATED Amalgamated Plates For Saving Gold in Quartz, Gravel, or Placer Mines. Made of Best Soft Lake Superios Copper, At Reduced Prices. Our plates are guaranteed, and by actual experience are proved, the best in weight of silver and durability. Old mining plates re plated, bought or gold separated. Thousands of orders filled. San Francisco Novelty,Gold, Sil ver and Nickel PlatingWorks, 8s, 70 and 72 First St., aa lFranelseo, Cal, SEND FOR CIRCULARS. Justinian Caire, Agent, 521 and e23 Market St., San Francisco, DEALER IN Assayers' and Mining Material, MANUFACTURER OF Battery Screens and Wire Cloth. Agent for HOSKINS.li YDRO-CAR. BON ASSAY FURNACES. SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT O0 the First judicial district of the stat3 of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Mary Matheaon, plaintiff, vs. Albert E. Cole, defendant. The elate of Montana sends greetingto h above named defendult ' t You are hereby required to appear in an action brought agratnst you by the above named plain tiff in thedistriot court of the liret judicial dis trict of the state of Montana, In and for the count of Lewis and Clarhke, end to answer the comtaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of servie) after te rervice on yon of this summons, H erved within this county; or, i served out of this connty, but within this diet, lot. within twenty days: other wise within forty dy., or judgment by dalst will be taken against you. aceordlng to he pra er of said complaint. S'1hu said acton is brought to obtain the fore closure of a certain morttgae executed end doe. livered by yon on the let day of November, 194L to Harry J. Mathesin. upon the east half of lot number fourteen (14), in block number five (b). In the lessett Addition to the city of Helena., Lewis and (tlarks county. state of lontansa, with all and singulir the tenaments and heredita ments Lelonuing or In any wise appertsining thereto. 1Le aid mortgeag beng given toe cure payment of your promissory note for t550 made on that day to salil Matheson. payable in twenty-two consecutive monthly tnstallments of 925 oech, bguinnlng ,n the lst of Pebruary. 1899t and the mort.age provided that in ceas d'eault he made In the payment of any one of said in stallments the entire amount of 1550 should be conoidered as inmmodiately duoe and payable; the said mortgage further provided for a reauonable attorney fee in care of foreclosure. raid notle and mortgsae having been endorsed. trnnaferred and aael.nee for valuable ounsiferatlon by the said M-theson to plaintiff, and the same not having been paid nor any part thereof, and plaintiff heing now the owner and Ilolder there of. plaintiff prays for deeree adjudging that said troporty ie sold in pay moent of the $550, with in tlrost at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the -- day of July. 189& t.gether with one hli.ndrod dollars attorney fee and coolt of colt. aud for ju:ldgment against you for any deficiency remaining after applying the proceeds rf raid sale to the above amount. Plaintiff asks for ohtl r and general relief, the particnlars of which anposr in detail in the complaint, to which you are re oic fully referred And you are lhereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the raid complalint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in thei rojuplaint. Given under my hand and the real of the dis trict court of the I iret judicial district of the state of Montana, In and for the -'------ crunty of Lwie sart Clarke, rFal Sirat ' this .th day of Jnlr, in the - J.d. Diet. year of our Lord one thousend i Court. J eight hundred andt ninety- three -~J---O IN liL.AN. ('lerk. by It J. ('AHNDYu Deputy Clark. A. J. ('I AV'. Attorney far l'lintl:f GATON'S NERVETONIC AND VITALIZER, Qunickly curne general and nervous dobllity Iptinni exhaustion. : oursothenia etc. Completely. pirfectly and pstrmatnontaly rejuw aSttinq the vital energies: increeaun nervous power, renewing the ambition of youtlt and the ouorago of nsut,1',d: restoring to enufoobled enervated,. ohauntod, devitalized, or uvoerworked men andl woetn perfect onustiitutinl ptowers. I its extraordinary curative power t:,a:ifests ts.olf aimotet iet;neiltly it is tl.,n. On this point tie' evilen,:-, of those who iave tke.tn it s ntori.cIr and poittcre. They ety iyt, .,n feel tbih lh.rt of every dmsedloing thre good Iti a ,'urorefl n or .u nvigoratinlg toulic, i ,pasting Ite -cutorativo intlrence t-rouuth the ot .ytu of the orvous systemlll to every organ an ir,:.e in tie boly. It aktes btut little dlfu. o., e u 1i.ler the e',tc:rtit:itiooul vigor hat Leon rio.lurrolioi by actu t dli'-a-e. ovorwors, or ,ertalr,,ali. chiuvon inelisruo..o,:; or whether thi, itok .. i,,tt eon. dit ,e cal. alled by ups name or .,ter, ., long ae there s n rao on elhanution, eneral ,r loeal woakiu.o--s., long so eoervation ast, lobulttly a the type of the ailment, thiu is the rein,,ly ''l:Odlp: Wlt. cil'l-j. from r!,euresultsof vorm-.utst or IL hyical exortl,,ls o.rduhip, eurt,.zre., hidden drain.. repr.or or who have briught spun thomselvesa snUri- of affOlieioDs by gntrantipy or wilfully violating naturc', laws, will. fird in Csti,u's Vitaizer anl N.,e5 TonLI it.. renoici for their aertatin relief. It speedllr reotr.ves all eviencoe of progreerl.e ilysiCol lererotatlon, arnd res.rts tle nefei sit energls to t oir aturai viigr. W'IIl:NEVEIt 'I lr'E I tR any w -nlress of the vital organs, urrvemi,,so, proa autt,, of the lysioal or ontiital enerihr e,,sfn".+ii, .,f Itea lact of oenIf con fhIue,;e irrltui.tiy ,if t'mpar, nloelo:cboly, :owar-lim., weakes-. 'f ri, knee" ard I.to. alpltatltu of the heart, drtSagI,, pain in the lionn, hl-uadache, Irritation ,. t,, tkiineys an I ibladl.r: milky uri.e pOrn iiius ol htlddeo I wastes. reenitt.n in a fallur, of t,., .,ti and I physical powea. ,','stitting an Inlt'e 'l ust to euecs atuld rinfitiieg him cr i'r Sf, tho, dutlw and reel. no.biiteea of life, it l Ihs retn,.iy n excellence. A el.u;,, i,ah,:ka,, will ine cttrent in :na ate the work if irgu'.aration, and a euti r any rcas iii i.r cat s often tses t -qtiic rn ore. It .ill b.. enari t taid,. secured from ,tL.v.trui n. or f Ot, ,,,r rknage, or 6 se getfn r 5.90. Addeu all Ordlere to CAI'TON M1D. C O).. Liut0 damEI. TILTS 1'A P1T R, 1 N ut.un at P. 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