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WE'RE AFTER YOU WITH THE BEST VALUES IN 28 MILLINERY 28 South Main St. , EVER OFFERED IN HELENA. South Main St lIi llllfllflTl A new clean stock, includng an of 1 5 S.le, the newest importations in Pattern Hats, Sa1c U. bought at less one-half manufacturers' cost. _ NERLY OPPOSI Will be displayed on Monday, to-morrow NEARL o.WSIo. Gaines Big Shoe Sore. morning, at 28 South Main Street. ai's Bg Shoe Str. Come early and come often. MINNIE B. CRAM, MANAGER. ETIOVEJTTE OF WEDDINGS., Ceremonials for Whiceh the Parents of the Bride Are Expected to Settle. For This One Occasion the Groom Occupies a Very Subordin ate Position. The Designlar and Sendlon of Cards mad Their Shades of Mesaning-Betatlful and Expensive. Now, the Ten Commandments delivered unto Moses on Mount Sinai and inscribed upon two tables of stone are not more fixed and unalterable than is the deca logue of a fashionable wedding. Year aft er year the same customs maintain, fixed according to the patterns laid down by the formula followed at English wed dings. Year after year they are pub lished. Yet every bride in the freshness of her new experience finds herself con fronted with problems in conventionality with which she feels nuaLle to struggle alone. The consequence is that no "an swers tocorrepondence" are so oft repented and reiterated as those relating to the law and gospel of the wedding. First, there is the stationery. The an swer to 'who pays for the wedding cards" ought to be kept constantly in type ready for use. Anybody may pay for them except the bridegroom, but the bride's father or mother usually receiver the receipt for the bill at well regulated weddings. Wedding cards and wedding stationery should be pure'white, without glaze and with no attempt at ornamrenta tion. The form of the invitation engraved thereon in simple script is: Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Smith-Jones lequest the ileasure of your couin any at the marriage of their daughter Genevieve to Mr. Vandyke Brown on Thaursday, Jute 19, at 12 o'clock, St. Grace'C Church. This invitation, engraved on a folded sheet, is put in an envelope, together with a small card to he presented at th' church door and a larger card, which reads: lsRection (or Breakfa-t) at 25 State Street at One. The envelope may contain the "At Home" cards of the newly wedded pair, but it must of neces.ity )war only the date and residence with no namrn , as the wed idirng invitations are sent out before the bride has any legal right to use her hus hand's name. By punctilious people this at home card is not inclosed with the others, but an nouncement cards are sent out after the wedding. In most cases these cards are ordered with the wedding cards, and tihe bride's mother pays for them. The bride groom doesn't count for much in the prep aration for a wedding. About all he is allowed to do is to engage most of the young woman's spare time, to alienato her from her friends by not giving hr-r an opportunity to call on them or them an opportunity to see her other than in his presence. He is allowed to suggest the names of his friends and relatives to be invited to the ceremony-the bride's mother invites them. He is also permitted to pay for the carriage in which he and his best man make their way to the church. He plays an humble part in the wedding ceremony in plain and formal morning dress, a black frock coat and trousers of any pattern he peases at a morning weieding, or is attired precasery like the serving men at an evening wed ding. He, or his best man for him, fees the minister. He may also call on the clergyman to secure his services, see the organist and make such arrangements as the bride suggests, but aD expense, except ing the fee of the clergyman, he is prohib ited from paying. He may buy the wed ding ring, the bridal gift for his consort, remembrances for the ushers and brides maids, and flowers for them all it he chooses. One pretty new custom, or, rather, an old one revived, has been introduced in the modern wedding, copied from the Eng lish idea of signing the wedding register, which is rarely done in this country. A beautifully illuminated and engrossed marriage certificate is ordered by the con tracting parties, which consists of a large folio of vellum, white or as near white as it can be prepared. On the outer page is engrossed the regular form of the mar riage certificate in delicately painted let ters, set in scrolls of orange blossoms and forgetmenots and true lovers' knots. The letters are in silver or gold. Ca the inner page is space for the registry of the names of the guests assembled at the wed ding. This certificate is bound in vellum or white velve$, ornamented with solid silver corners and scrolls, or it is rolled on a solid silver roller, to which it is at tached, and inclosed in a solid silver case, richly chased and ornamented. The cheap est of these engrossed certificates costs a bridegroom from $25 to $50. The more elaborate ones often amount to $100, or even $150, while the case will approximate lco or $75. (Occaionally the engrossed cer tilicateis framed in a narrow silver framtne; but that is for the sake of preservation only, for the marri-ge certificate is not now consia.tere-d an appropriate pictu re for hang ing on the wall. Every friend and acquaintance whl.-se acquaintance is desirable is invited to the church wedding. It is picrfcetly proper to omit their names from the list of recep tion gluests. If t he circle of friends he too large, announccmnel-t cards may be sent to those not invited to the wedding. Peiple who are invited to a wedding send cards to the house if tlchy cannot attend, ind either send or leave them within 10 dlays afl:r the wsedding. Thcse cards should be :cctt to the mother of the bride. The wedding guests .shotld call on the bride luric-If at her first at home day and are eaxpected to invict her durilng the first year after the wedldirng. '-spleh who receive neil ter an invitaudin i tl:th wedding mnor a.iuuu'lluceUmet cilrds after it may conlsider t bt th-ir friueslship is no longer desirel al commilt a great breach of etiquette to make any callk. The small nictlies of etiquette on such Oeri.siou are twually founded on wise and jusit soutimeots. So many and so unex pectedurethe cases of the slip bctwoen the cup and the lip, not infrequently the breach coming just before the wedding day, that common delic.m-y forbids the hun band's sharing in any of the preparations for the w atding or meeting any of its pre liminary expenses. The girl who hasn't suflicien memans to make a wedding all herselt andi go imnto her husball's house free from debt to, him iput r(n a simple tr:aveling gwnv and i. wedded with no fuss and .lbther. Not infrequently the quiotweddingsauntedat the happiest mar riages.-Neew York Sun. A Seur Care for Pilet. Itehlng piles are known by moletare like pe spiratlos, causing intense Itebing wheo warm. This form as well as blind. bleed ing or protruding. yield at oease to Dr. lie sanko's Pile RIemed,. which aete direetly on carts affected, abso:be tumers, allays itching and effeets a permanent ears. Fifty cente. drumaiste or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, Philedelphisa Pa. Bold by Paroken-D'Acheul Dreg Co., lielesa. MONEY, In the tenth century there were 88 mists in England. The Lydians were the first to coin money, about 1600 B. C. The first colonial coinage was minted in Massachusetts in 1652. Homer mentions brass money as in use 1184 B. C. among the Greeks. The American cents of 1787 bore the motto, "Mind Your Business." Brass money was coined in Rome by Servius Tullius as early as 578 B. Q. Arabic coins have a sentence from the Koran and generally the caliph's name, but never an image. During the reign of Victoria the Indian government has coined £2,000,000 gold and £206,000,000 of silver. The purchasing power of money in the days of the Roman emperors was about 10 times what it is at present. When Leyden was besieged by the Span ish army in 1574, the city government is sued credit notes on leather. The plan of a decimal coinage for the United States was suggested by Jefferson in 1785 and adopted by congress. During the 55 years ending 1890 India re ceived and retained £442,000,000 of gold and silver, taking four times as much silver as gold. The United States coins fixed by congress in 1786 were the gold eagle and half eagle, the silver dollar, half dollar, quarter, dime and half dime. From 1638 to 1652 musket balls cae used as currency in New England at a valuation of a farthing apiece and were alegal tender up to a shilling. Our half dollar is one-half the weight of the silver 5 franc piece of France. Belgium and Switzerland, of the 5 lire coin of Italy, of the 5 peseta of Spain, of the 5 drachma of G recue, and exactly the saume as the florin of Austria. The earliest American coinage was made for the Virginia company at the Bermudas. The coins were of brass, with a "hogge on one side, in memory of the abundance of hogges that were found on the islands at their first landing."-St. LouisG lobe-Dem ocrat. A Luxurlous Lounge. The best lounge that even the most lux uriously minded woman can have is a frame supporting a good single width spring bed and a regular hair mattress. For about 82 a cot bed can lie converted in to a lounge at any carpenter's. For the cover, various things are possible, but either an inexpensive ]iBaglad or an ex pensive Kelim rug will be satisfactory. Basdauds which are really all that can be desired may be bought for $8, while 64 will purchase a very good one. Cushions cov ered with silks or cretonnes that repeat the colors of the rug will give an air of artistic harmony to the lounge that no amount of money could purchase "ready made" at the furniture dealer's.-Exchange. A Milllonaire Philanthropslt. Mrs. Fred Vanderbilt is one of the most earnest and practical of New York city's philanthropists. As she does not deem it invariably necessary to lst her left hand know all that her right hand finds to do, much of her good work goes unchronicled. There is a certala hospital in the dty, how ever, whose sufferers could tell a moat mov ing tale of Mrs. Vanderbilt's kindness toward alleviating their several distreses. The Lo.ise Home, a permanent board ing house fur al supporting women, in East Tenth street, is another of Mrs Van derbilt's eterprising charities, as it was established at herspecial instigation and is almot altogether under her control,-New York ReBordert A IAs HUMMONR . -IN TEE 1)ISTK1CT court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. .orthwast General Electrlio eompany (a corpo ration) plaintiff, vs. the boulder -leotrio Power Oompany (ao ror aotion) defendant. The state of Monta sends a ting to the above named defendant: Yonaro hereby required to appear ain action brought against younb the above named plaintiff in the district court of the Firs judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed therein.within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service o.a you of this sum mons if served within thiscounty: or.if aerved out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days. otherwise within forty days. or jndgment by default wil be taken against you according to the prayer of said compint. The said action is brought to recover from you the rum of one thosand, thirteen and thirty-six one-hundredths dollars. said sum being now due fromdyou to plaintiff for goods, wares sad mer eeondise. cont sting of electrical suppiies and apparatus, and for moneys advanced for oeur ose, and for balance duo in stated acrount be tween you and plaintiff. betwaen JanuarI lt. 189. and May 81st, 1893. Also for interest on said snm at the rate of ten per cent per annum from June let. 1893. until paid. ty reason of the payment of the said sum of $1.018.88 having baen w thheld by you from plain tiff by an unreasonable and vexatious delay ever since said date. That said sum and the whole thereof is now due and wholly unpaid. For particulars, reference is hereby had to the comr laint of plaintiff on file herein And you are hereby notified that f you fall to appear and answer the said complaint. as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment against yen ia the said sum of one thousand, thirteen and thirty-psi one-hundredths dollars ($1.0133.) and itsrest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from Jun. let. 1898, until paid, as demanded in the complaint. Given order my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of the lrt jLudicLial district of the state of lontana, in and for the a .---- county of Lewis and Clarke. ea irt this 2sd day of n ovember in the iJud. 1 ilt.t4 year of our Lord one thousand So urt. J eight hundred and ninety-three. '---- JOHN BEAN. l-erk By G. ). FRsEEIAN. Deputy Clerk. H. 8. Hepner. attorney for plaintiff. OTICE . TO CO-OWNER.-TO C. KLEIN. echmtdt, W. P. Red J. '1: Walsh. Goe. Etrel. s. IL tlchards, cou-owners, and :. H. Irorie. purchaser of the interest of C. Klein echmidt, W. B. 1eed, and J. '. T. slab. their heirs. aesiens, executors and administrators: You are lhereby notified that we your e-own ere. Thos. B. Miller. Ih A. Walker and B. H. Lansgley. have in aeoerdae with section 254t of the revised statutes of the United btate, ex oseded in labor and improvements upon the p semr claims designated as follows: I.ote 4 and . seo 9. tp 11 r2 w; lota 5, 7, 8. see 19, tp 11 o r 2 w. esated r pplosite ldorado bar, an na. orgesn:sed mnining district in the counat of Loewis and I larks asd stats of Montana. the sum of two hundred rdollars being the work required by law for the purpose of holding and reoresenting raid claims for the years of 1e91 and 1899. Now therefore. he it knows that unless you sech contribute our ,hare of such expenditure amounting to $25 apece, for each above one liguth interest held or claimed, and remit the same to the office of T. B. Miller. at Helens Monten. in the county of Lewis and , larks, within ninelty days after the servioe of this no tie by pubh.catior your interest or istersts in the said placer elaims will be forfeited, and be come the property of the oundersienl, as pro vided by sid section 2124 of the United rate statutes. THS). I. MILLER. R. H. LANILEY. L. A. WALKI. Firet publicatlon Nov. 14. N1891. TREASUIE HILL MINING COMPANY Mines on Crow creek, about two and one half mile south from ti. Louis, in Jefferson county. Montane. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the trust-eo of said company, held on the M8th day of Cotoebor. 1899. an assessment (No. 8) of one mill p r share was levied upon the capital stock of said company, payabls to the undersigned at his ofice at llela. Montana, on or before Dee. 8. 193. Any stock upon which said asesmont re mains unpaid on te,. I 1899, shall be deemed relinqnsnt and will be duly advertised for sale at public suctios, and, unolss pameat shall he made before. will be sold on Dee. 10. 1893. to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the eoet of advertising and expense of sale. W. J. MAclHA YFI,. tlecrtary. Office 8tate Publishing Co 111 to 119 Broad way. Helena. Montana. TOCHOIDERS' MgLIMNG - THE AN nua meetingt of the stockholders of tie Pony Hold Winlr emopasm will be held at the ones of the olaLo e& ivineessa tiieltlsg * Uedntioa Co. el~ess esltse oa Tuesday. Now. 2e 19 atýL o'eloek a. m.. for the orp. of e.e tl hoa of trateusb for S he ceseis year, ad he tresose. tia of seek ether omage uas may Doperely cooe before It O. N. AlN teoetaryM h eebaq Youata nov. lti 1 . LOOKING FOR TEMPERATURE of a higher nature than that prevalent in Minnesota and the Dakotas during the winter months is not an uncommon occu l)ation. We can tell you where to find it and can start you on your journey. We would suggest to you the following, viz: THE SOUTHERN STATES, HOT SPRINGS, ARK.,. OLD MEXICO OR CALIFORNIA. IT'S VERY EASY when you go the right way, which Is, the MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RY. "ALBERT LEA ROUTE." THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPING CARS relieve all anxiety in regard to change of cars. ELEGANT PULLMAN SLEEPERS AND DINING CARS also add comforts to a long Journey. SOLID FREE THE TRAIN -DIRET LINE CHAIR CALL ON TO KANSAS CITY CARS YOUR NEAREST "ST LOUIS T.LOUIS 8T. J08SEPH TO TICKET TIME CHISON CHICAGO -- AGENT AND PEORIA -- 20 ~- OENWORTH - HOURS ''OMAHA UNION DEPOTS O.M.PRATT, SPECIAL" oNLY 0. M. PRATT, DINING OAR . BLUFFS A C'IA a,,o ,, .,, 18 A ROUTE. LINCOLN - AND ST. LOUIS. - MINNEAPOUS, TOPEKA, ETC, IMINN. CARL GAIL, PreI. $. BUMILLER, Vilc Pree. andTream. M. UNZICKER, General mmagelr and Seeretary. M. UIZICUEB, Western Representatlve, CHICAGO IRON WORKS BUILDERS OF GENERAL Mining and Milling Machinery. Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting, Concentrating, Leaching, Chlerinating, Hoisting and Pumping Plants of any capacity. Tramways, Corlias Engines, Compound Engines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buckets, Wheels and Axles, and all kinds of Mine Supplies Exzlusive eastern manufacturers and agents for J. M. Bryan's Roller quartz Mill and Hendy's Improved Triumph ConcentratS WESTERN OFFICE--No. 4 Lower Main Street, Helena, Montana GENERAL OFFICE AND WORKS-Clybourn Avenue and Wil. low Street, Chicago, Illinois.