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LIGUT AND AIRY.
A Seaside Bverie.
It's fan to lie upon the beach
And hear the breakers roar
And see the waveletestrive to reach
A higher point on shore.
It's fun to hoist a parasol
And dawdle all dr long,
Regardless of what may befall
Amid the seething throng.
And yet with deeper joy it thrills
To smite with tireless hand
That witless wretch who comes and fills
Your bathing suit with sand.
-New York Press.
The Salfe Plan.
Traveling Man-A chop and a cup of cof
fee quick. My train leaves in 20 minutes.
Waiter-Yea, sah; 75 cants, sah.
"Do you want pay ia advance?"
"Yes, sah. You may be gone before it's
cooked, sah."-New York Weekly.
Formidable.
The following is a copy of a letter sent
to a gentleman by an insurance agent:
DanlSta--l hope to give you a call tomorrow
er Wednesday on my way to - and shall be
delighted to take your life.
-Tit-Bits.
Enjoying Himself.
IIe swarmed around the betting stand, t
With others of his kind,
lis collar crushed, his hat smashed In,
But that he didn't mind.
The hot sun beat upon his back,
WVithi heat like furnace fired,
Whitl he, beside the asing track,
Perepired and perspired.
Be turned unto his frienndRl sRaid
"Great Cmaar, ain't it warm!
I'm mighty glad to think that I
Ain't working on a farm."
-Indianapolis Journal.
Doing His Best.
MTother--larry Tucker is the worst boy
in school, Tommy, and I want you to keep
as far from him as possible.
Tommy-I do, ma. He stays at the head
of our classes all the time.-Truth.
Not Inn It.
There was a young maiden of Lynn,
WVho said she esteemed it a synn
For young girls to flirt
And she wasn't expert,
For sihe didn't know how to begynn.
-Louisville Journal.
An Exception.
"Is it true that a varsity man soon forgets
What he has learned at college?"
"No, sir, it is not. I can row just as well
now as when I was up at Catubridge."
t.t-Bits.
In Summer.
She climbs into the haummock,
There struggles for a minute
And suddenly discovers
That she really isn't in it. A
-Detroit Tribune.
Have no Equal.
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be rivals, but have never been equalled or
even approached in curative properties and
rapidity and safety of action. Their value
hase been attested by the highest medical
authorities, as well as by unimpeachable
testimonials from those who have used
them, and they are recommended as the
best external remedy for weak back, rheu
matism, scictica, colds. coughs, sore throat,
chlest and stomach affections, kidney diffi
culties, weak muscles, strains, stitches, and
acbes and pains of every description.
Beware of imitations, and do not be de
ceived by mis epreeentation. Ask for ALL
COCK'S, Rlnd let no solicitation or explana
tion induce yon to accept a substitute.
All Hope Gone.
"Can nothing be done for the prisoner,
Mr. Brief?"
"I fear not, sir."
"The legal expeAiente are all exhausted,
are they?"
"No. But the prisoner's money is."-Tit.
Bits.
Guaranteed Care.
We authorize our advertised druggist to
sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs sand Colds, upon this
condition. If you a e afflllicted with a
Cough, Cold or any Lung, Th oas or Chest
trouble, and will use this remedy as directed,
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. Irial bottles free at H. 31.
Parchen & Co.'s drug store. Large size 50
eunts and $L
Mrs. Richard Kinig owns one of the larg
est ranches in the world. It lies about 45
miles south of Corplus Christi, Tex., and
contains 70,0i0) acres.
A lbonn for Lael-ee.
French Tausy Tablets rs for the relief
and cure of prinful and Irregular menses
and will remove all obst:uctions, no mat
ter what the cause. 'lb only sure and e.fe
remedy on the morket. Kanufactur.d by
A. Angendre, P'art, France, I I eo: box andl I
for sale only by H. M. Parohen & Co., so!e
s.neats, Helena. Mont.
*sing East--ave Time.
Goten to Chlcaso and east your shon
quick route is via St. Paul and "The North
weate.m Line." Leave Butte 6:46 a. m.,
lelena 10:15 a. m. to-day, rench ',t. Paul
6:r5 a. s. second day, connecting with fast
day tramn of "l he Northwestern Line"
leaving BS. Poal 8o00 a. m. daily and artiv
irtp (Chosgo 9:!16 p. m. same day, makulsn
less than sixty-three Loors from Ilmust and
less than sixty hours from Helene, which is
sevoral hours less time than via any other
line to Chicago.
' his 9:85 r. m. arrival in Chicago insuree
sounectlon with all the principal line, ;,los
Chceago east, and "'The Northwestern
Line" is the only line from St. Paul that
makes all of theae connections in C9seao.
Miontana Centra l aillay
TIME TABLE.
In Eltect June 1 9, i 893.
i,,. :'1. o-r,' Its , I . .I, , -to1 e 1l I , n
iNo. '. I:" ri 1 ;, , II
ATLANTIC EXPRESS.
', ]I.:' r. a'n I ra :l.d ,1''I:'ar try:n fr `.:r
I'sr Ifr.lrt r infri,a'o,, n n .pe. rates, eOr.
cell at
No. 6 North M:tan Street, lelena.
('r s rito tres undersignt i
C. I. . I'll I i s, is'I T ckt Agenit.
B. It. .ANSiLLY, (anoral 'l icket .5ý','u.
HAIR D EATi
nst ntl move and forer deettgsl
obTeotiooabe hair, wheither ots
bandse Rae, arms or netk, 'wi.o
colohttilon or inJry l to tk 0m0t leat
akin. It 'wan for Si yers the tfot
mtatl of Jramune Ilsao. Aoknoti d I7
tolt selir as the hinghot uthort t hi
mots t d tr. olit ad
otalt t tat erer sf nrLuin hie. ate
practice of a IfttemoSknad the t. .
sal larlatoray Oef 1nrompeo h e.amt
this ofalip. b rol ier . by mstail, .urdcly
esd roenfel
sole Awents for Amerriea. ddree
in The Skookum Root Hair Grower Co.,
I)ept. R,, 57 Poath Fifth Av., Now York.
Beautiful
Women
Use
Dr. Simms'
, Arsenic
Copexion Wafers
The only real bnautifio of the Skin and Fm. rne
mvhing all imperfections, pimples, freckles, moths
blstches. roaghneos andi coarseness. producing a
bcautifl, clear and refined complesion, the admira.
tion of all beholders Perfectly safe, and can he
discontinued Pny time after the desired result is
obtained. Get the genuine, nmade byThumlcr&Co.,
34 W. IMonroe. Chicago. At druggists or mailed
on receipt of price, S.ooper box.
I.7l. Psrehen & Co., Helena.
!o MORE BACK ACHE
Sao M Sk BLE5 t
( AV E L -
CONSTIPATION,
INFLAMATIQoFr.ic BLADDER. AND
[ ALL l/D/EY D/SEASES. J
ALIAB StUMMONS-IN THE JUSTICE'S
court of islehna township, county of Lewis
and Clarke, state of Montana, before A. (. Yu
taw, jousoice of tie pface
C. A. lster & l:r6,. plaintiffse, vs. Peter Davis.
defrndant.
The state of Montana to the above named de- A
fendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned to be and appear be
for me, A. C. \otaw aju.ticeof the pesoe in and
for tise county of Lewis and Clario. at my oflit e
in Helena, wlthin ten slO) clays after the tomnto
lion of the publication of this sumnmons, to-wit:
After Sept. 18 lot+s, then and there tI make an
swer to the complaint of the above named plain
tiffs, in a civil actios, to recover the snm of two
hIndred and nix a ,st 2 .- l) 220 .i15) dollara for
work and services hauling ore from thlr Mince
sota mine to G(regory cencentrator in Jefferson
county. 'on'ana. for doendant. at his .secial
instansce andl ro, lut, durillg anid prior to Ju;y A
24. ].,:i. ansd in sissfuit thereof. ju.lgmnrt will be
rendered aga nset you, tPeter I avis. the abouos
namt. defo:.dnint, for the slum of two hundredI -
ald six and 25-100 dollars and costs in this behalf *
cxn s-tenl.
G(iton under my hand this 14th day of August.
A. 1), li193i. A. i'. VO1'A ',
Justice of the Peace.
NOTIC'E TO CREDITORIS-TN THE DIS
triet court of the 1ir-t judiial district of
the state of Montana, in and for the county
of Lewis and Clarke.
In the matter of the estate of Ixilda Parent,
dereaced.
Noitie ir hereby given by the ondersienod, ad
ministrator of the ecstate of i'xilcda ar
ent, deceased, to the credi'ore of. and
all persons .avino claims ag :in[t te aRid
deceasod, to exhlblt thrm with the ntceesary
vonchere wtlin four months after the firs- p.i
lieart on oft his notice to the said ealministrato: at
the law on ce of M'.etsna 1ul art. Itoom 8. Gold
Ilcek. in the city f IHelena. county of
I owls and t larke. etato of Montana. the came
bHo n the lplrre for tho tranoaetion of ihe bnsi
neo of saiu estate in said county of I ewls and
('larke.
EDOCARD D PARENT,
Atdministrator of the DEOtate of Exilde Parent,
deceared.
Lated July 29, 1693.
Of Interest to Inventors.
THE AMERICAN
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS'
ASSOCIATION,
Of which this paper is a mem
ber, has a standing offer of a
gold mnedal valtrel at $5o, to be
awarded to any one who invents
any mttech:tnical device whereby
the process of producing news
papers is cheapened, or that will
be in any way a benefit to pub
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For further particulars address
the secretary at the oliice, 206
PIOTT'ER BUILI)ING, New
York.
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