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THE STREETS OF MODERN ROME.
Making the Hound* of the Plebeian Di», tritt —Poverty and Laziness. Modem Rome is a very large subject It i, no t embraced in a few broad streets or in the clean swept corners where the fragments of the past have collected. It can be studied best m quarters "'bore there is no dividing line of past and present, among the homes of the people It is the Jews' quarter—the Ghet'o—that is chiefly visited by the curious and compassionate stranger; but if he will make the rounds of the plebeian district, he will see that tilth and dirt heaps are not con lined to the streets of the Israelites. Roman men who preserve the wide-spaced eyes and aquiline nose, and women of noble stature, well-turned shoulders and bright black eyes —are groujied about corners as squalid and filthy, and seated on stones in front of dens as hideous, for a living proof of what is denied by the elegant modern Via Nazionale and the Venti Settembre. Rome is a city of ashes. The people, the dwellers on the ash-heaps, live along the Tiber, on either bank, between the piazza of St Peter and the Protestant cemetery. They can not supj>ort life away from its yellow waters any more than the Neapolitans can lose sight of their gulf. The other Sunday I walked along the river until I came to the square of Consolation. It was so full of men as to be well-nigh impassable—men in all i stages of poverty, to judge by their dress, but all in one stage of lazines-. The major- . ity of them were provided with tobacco, and all were full of words and gesture, talk of the last lottery ticket, gossip, political crit icism. the new bridge, with shou's and laughs accompanying every subject A liberal government has cleared the torso of billets, but the spirit of Rasquino lingers among the people, and no one is wittier than the citizen who cracked the last joke on king or pope. They are said to bi a degenerate and submissive race, and I sup pose it is true that the worthy inhabitants of the Eternal City are cast in bronze or chiseled in marble, but thes j me:i. happy and careless ithey had been to mass, and it lacked two hours of vesjiersq impress one ;i> jKj-sessing by nature a polite a c eptance <>f de .tiny, which is better than sneers and Complaining. Their jests are good-hum red mostly. If th *y talk of King Humbert and the bad weights j of bread, it is with a "I wish he may do j better" accent It is true their politics are j only supported by illusions and are not worth very much, but at ail events it is in teresting to hear what the governed have to say of the authorities.—Rome Cor. Chi- • cago J ournal. Old Stories Retold. Henry Clay once accuse 1 John Randolph i of being an aristocrat In a voice whose , shrill, piercing tones penetrated every ear in the house, Randolph exclaimed: "if a man *is known by the company he keeps, , the gentleman who has just sat down is more of an aristocrat than I claim to be, lor he spends most of his nights in the com pany of kings and queens and knaves.'' Abernathy, the celebrated surgeon, find ing a largo pile of stones opposite to his door i on his return.ng home one afternoon in his j carriage, swore hastily at the pavior and | desired him to remove them. "Where will I take them toi" asked the Hibernian. "To hell!" cried the choleric surgeon. Paddy soberly replied: "Hadn't I better take them j to heaven? fshure they'd be more out of i your honor's way." , 1 1 I I There was a time, when Lyman Trumbull was chairman of the senate committee on the judiciary, that Benjamin Butler was chairman of the judiciary committee of the house. It was at this period that a delega tion from one of the southern states visited Washington with a desire to secure the im peach nient and removal of the federal judge of their state. They interviewed Mr. Butler as to the probability of carrying such a measure through that session. "I don't know," was Mr. Butler's reply; "I am chair man of the judiciary committee of the house. The necessary action can be had here. But Lyman Trumbull is chairman of the senate committee, and Judge Trumbull is troubled w.th two things—the dyspepsia, which makes him miserable, and conscience, which makes him uncertain." The present pope is an old gentleman with a keen sense of humor. Accredited to the papal court is a functionary who représenta the political interests of four Central Ameri can republics, and who is already bedizened with the stars of almost every order created by the pontificate. Not long ago a fresh negotiation was concluded satisfactorily to the mother church, and the custom of giving a new distinction required to be kept up, but how to do it perplexed the papal chamber lain. On application in the emergency to Leo himself, the latter said: "This time give him a snutf box with my portrait." The diplomatist s.<*tt»ptcd the golden gift, de tached the portrait therefrom, and appeared at the next audience with it hanging from his neck. Another state negotiation unex expectedly arose, and when it was solved, again there came tip the question of an honorarium. "This time," said Leo, "give him a marble statue, and see if he will wear that around his neck."—Argonaut. Living I'mlcigmuml in Central France. In the Cevennes mountains, in central France, there is a village named La Beage, the inhabitants of which practically live underground the greatec part of the year. It is 4,2-Mi feet above the.sea and in the bot tom of a I a-s where the snow is rapidly heaped up by the winds. As soon as the snow begins to fall in large quantities, says a recent visitor, the inhabitants retire in- 1 doors, and it is not long before the low- ! roofed cottages are buried, the only means ! by which the air can reach the interior | being down the single chimney, which in ! all the cottages is built very wide and sub- j stantial. Tbe snow gradual y mounts so high that [ the door will not open, and at last the win- j dows are bio ked up The inhabitants lay i iu a good supply of bread, cheese and salt , j>o k for themselves, and of hay and straw in the out-liouse for their cow and horse; and, although the men occasionally go out by way o. tbe chimney, the women and > children live in the fatal atmosphere all the whiter. They spend their time making cane ! chairs and baskets, doing a little rude wood curving, and knitting stockings, while, if ; the snow does not melt in a montd or so, j the jieople burr >w tunnels from house to house, and so get a little society. .Should a : death occur, the holy is roughly coffined | and laid upon the roof until a thaw makes : the cemetery accessible.— N. Y. Sun. Complaint Will Not Be General. Some one calculates that we shall not have another February containing five Sun days until l.fJO. It 6eems pretty hard to have to wait so long for five church-going lays in the month of February, but so long m we have August containing five Sundays be complaint will not be so general The dung in August is better thau in Febru •y.— Norristown Herald. ! I What Killed tbe Dog. V candidate for office rode up to « house Gilead, 111a, and asked for the bead of * family. "He's down in the field," said 1 latter's wife, "burying our dog." at killed the dogi" asked tbe office *r. He killed himself barking at can ^*es." The candidate rode away.—Chi t:a Journal. ■Ohio young woman has just started ^ or .kota to take charge of a 825-acre furtyhich she has taken up under tbe lult act ' familiar. Yet Miirvelous I'a Marvel«» ir familiar and yet it always strikes 1,110 a in:uuc ons fact that worlds may It have tbe light e ich our ---- j .:ars in existent ol wll bas not yet had time t -artlj,( tilal W0 ma y stl q (continue to see stars that have been for a long t.— Kx hange. the li^ time ex 1 ; | j i . j j j • i , , i j | j i | | j j ! | j ; : I , 1 i The Modern Chesterfield. Says it is not the proper thing to say,''Ex cuse my glove," for the gloved hand should be all the more honorable in the hearty salutation. He says a gentleman should never smoke when walking or driving on the street with a lady. That salesmen, clerks and business men in offices should not smoke when on duty. That a gentleman should not walk on the streets with his hands in his pockets. That there should he no 2:40 gate when driving with a lady. ïhat the off-side of a lady is the place for a gentleman when on horseback. That the only place for a swell in good society is at a swell dinner. That heads up and shoulders back are the cardinal commands of the hour. That cigarettes should have a rest at stated hours. m *4Klfl ß ITCH 1 POWDER Absolutely Pure, This powder never varie*. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in , competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in 1 cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., New York. A LITTLE SUFFERER^ Cleansed, Purified, and Beautified by the Cuticura Remedies. It affords me pleasure to give you this re]tort of the cure of our little grandchild by your Cuti ctra Remedies. When six months old his left 1 hand began to swell and had every appearance of a large boil. We jtoulticed it. but all to no purpose. About five months after it became a running sore. Soon other sores formed. He then I had two of them on each hand, and as his blood became more and more impure it took less time for them to break out. A sore came on tbe chin, I beneath the under lip. which was very offensive. Hi- head was one solid scab, discharging a great deal. This was his condition at twenty-two months old. when I undertook the care of" him, his mother having died when he was little more than a year old. of consumption (scrofula, of course.) He could walk a little, but could not get up if lie fell down, and could not move when in lied, having no use of his hands. 1 immedi ately commenced with the Ctticura Remedies, using the Ccticura and Cent ira Soap freely, and when he had taken one bottle of the Cl'Ti t i ra Resolvent his head w as completely cured, and he was improved in every way. We were very much encouraged, and continued the use of the Remedies for a year and a half. One sore after another healed, a bony matter forming in eacli one of these five deep ones just ltefore heal ing, which would finally grow loose and were taken out; then they would heal rapidly. One of these ugly bone formations I preserved. After taken a dozen and a half Isottles he was com pletely cured, and is now. at the age of six years, a strong and healthy child. The sears on his hands must always remain ; his hands are strong, though we once feared he would never be able to use them. All the physicians did for him did him no good. All who saw the ehild before using the Cract RA Remedies and see the child now consider it a wonderful cure. If the al>ove facts are of any use to you. you are at liberty to use them. MRS. E. S. DRIGGS. May 9, 1885. 612 E. Clay St., Bloomington, 111. The child was really in a worse condition than lie appeared to his grandmother, who. being with him every day, liecaroe accustomed to the disease. MAGGIE HOPPING. Sold everywhere. Ci.'TICCRa, 50 eta. : Cuticura Soap, an exquisite Skin Beautifier, 25 ets. : Ctti c i ra Resolvent, the new Blood Purifier, Si .00. Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston. Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases.** I NO. Scaly, Pimply and Oily Skin beau tified by tlie Cuticura Soap. WEAK BACK, PAIN and weakness across tbe Kidneys. Shooting Pains through the Loins, Uterine Pains, and Lack of Strength and Activity, instantly relieved and speedily cured by the Cuticura Anti-Pain Pi. a-ter. At druggists. 25c. I No. 1649.] 1 ! ! | ! j [ j i , > ! ; j : | : FIRST NATIONAL BANE. OF HELENA. ORGANIZED IN 186k. Designate i Depository of the United States. Paid-Up Capital. - - - - Surplus anil Prodis. - - • - 9300.000 - 300,000 ! S. T. HAUSER, President. A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President. I E. W. Knight, Cashier. T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass t Cashier. Board of Directors. S. T. HAUSER. JOHN C. CURTIN. A. M. HOLTER, R. S. HAMILTON. JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS, E. W. KNIGHT. A. J. DAVIS, T. H. 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THE ONLY SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA! DIRECTORS: E. D. Edgkbton, J. B. Sanford, President. Vice-President Chas. F. Ellis. Cashier. Chas. K. Cole, Chris. Kknck. E. S Edgerton, St. Paul. S. J. Jones. ■»-1-SS-dawiv^ ___ POPE k O'CONNOR, DRUGGISTS, Offer Mixed Paints, in any quantity, to suit pur chasers. Now is the time to re aint your houses and ences. All colors in stock ready for the brush. Call and see us, or send a mail order. Sample cards on application. POPE & O'CONNOR. Sign of the Illuminated Mortar. p I€ A. M. ESLER Buys Ore on the Dump or Deliv ered at his Concentrating Works at Helena, at the BEST MARKET RATES! CORRECT ASSAYS. Assays of samples made for Gold, Silver and Lead inclusive, for ONE DOLLAR! Samples for assay may be left at tbe store of Morris Bros., Main street. Assay and Express must be prepaid. Office at Works. Telephone No. 126. M. ESLER, STATE SCHOOL OF MINES. GOLDEN COLORADO. Complete courses In CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERING. 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R„ on Monday and Friday mornings alter arrival of West bound passenger train. Good accommoda tions along route. P. F. LINDGREN, wootl- my20 ___Pr opr ietor. HittfeM Of Montana. m IMPORTED Clydesdale, Percheron Norman, English Draft and Standard Bred Trotting Horses on hand and for sale. Also, a choice large lot of High Grade Young Stallions on hand. FOR QUALITY. PEDIGREE, AND PRICE, WE DEFY COMPETITION. Roadsters and Work Horses for sale. Visitors welcome. Circu lars free. Correspondence solic ited. HUNTLEY & CLARK. Tnston, N. P. R. R.. Forty Miles East of Helena. wly-mlil3 FARM LOANS We will undertake the negotiation of three to fivs year loans on improved farms in Lewis and Clarke and Gallatin county. Make application, stating value and de scription of property and amount of loan wanted. WALLACE, STYLES & THORNBURGH, w3m-je24 Helena, Montana. j w3m-je24 TUTTS PILLS USE. 25 Y EARS The Greatest Medica^Triumpti of the Age! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Loss of appetite, Bowel* costive, Pair. <d the head, wita a dull aensation D the back part, Pain ander tue .haulder« blade, Fullness after eating, with a di.« inclination to exertion of body or mind, Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with a feeling of naving neglected some duty, Weariness, Dizziness, Flattering at the Heart, Dots before the eyes, Headache over the right eye, If tlessness, with fitfal dreams. Highly colored Urine, and CONSTIPATION. TUTT'S PILLS are especially adapted to such cases, one dose effects such s change of feeling as to astonish the sufferei. They Increase the Appetite,ami cause th.N nod y to Take on Flesli.tlms the system is nourished, and by their Tonic Action on the Digestive Organs,ltegular Stools are produeed^PrlceJlScj^d^Mnrra^StjjBLY. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Grat Hair or Whiskers changed to a Glosst Black by a single application of this Dte. It imparts a natural color, acts instantaneously. 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Catalogues Furn ished on application. ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, STORE FRONTS, ETC. wyl-angl3 A KAKE OPPOBTUNITY FOR THOSE SUFFERING FROM Who are unable to visit New York or San Francisco. DR. DE FREVE ? Late Surgeon F. Army; late Professor of Surgery: Ute Dean of Faculty, San Francisco, Cal. ; member of New York Medical Society ; author of the "'do Freye'' method for the treatment of seminal weakness and syphilis; has established a Western office in HELENA, IMI. T . 7 (Attending in person) Can now l>e Consulted at his office in the PABCHEN DBUG STOBE BLOCK, Up stairs, Entrance on Broadway. Private Entrance on Jackson street, near Postoffice. Dr. de Freye has made the treatment and iure of Diseases of the Eye and Ear and PRIVATE, NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASES, Diseases of the KldnCvs and Bladder, Catarrh, Loss of Manhood. Skin Diseases in their various forms, Stricture, Hemorrhoids or Pile», Nervous and Physical Debility, etc., a specialty for many years. In the majority of cases only one interview is required ; balance of treatment can be conducted without interruption to business. HuH'çrej-* are invited to call and investigate my views and obtain my opinion before giving up jn despair. Dr. de Freye (bolding I hree diplomas,) by merit of his experience in the various hospitals of Eu rope, (Paris, Vienna, Berlin, etc.,) bas succeeded in curing many cases pronounced incurable by others. New Oases Ate cured In from three to four days, according to the latest Parisian theory, precluding consequence*. LADIES—Will find the mast delicate and satisfactory treatment for all diseases and irregulari ties of their sex. The Doctor's success in the treatment of chronic disease- is wel . known. YOUNG MEN. The following symptoms which would never show themselves had the laws of nature never been violated are frequently met with among young men. Health poor or not what it should be. disagreeable dreams, unrefreshing sleep, bad feeling iu the morning, pain or dull heavy feelings in different parts of the body, palpitation of the heart, lassitude, dejection, or irasci bility of temper, aversion to society, morbid preference for solitude, loss of courage or energy, gloomy forbodings, etc. These are the results of youthful indiscretion. Young men who may be suffering from any or all of the above symptoms will do well to avail themselves of this rare opportunity. Married Men or Young Men Contemplating Marriage, Being aware of physical weakness, loss of procreative power, impotency. or other disqualification speedily relieved. He who places liimself under the care of Dr. de Freye may religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman and confidentially rely upon his skill as a phvsician. Office and parlor» private. The patient will see no one but the Doctor. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD MEN, Married or single men, bet ween the ages of 30 and 63 who are prematurely old as a result of excess or early indiscretion and who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accom panied by slight burning or smarting sensation, and weakening of thesystem in a manner the patient cannot account for, will, on examining the urinary deposits, often find a ropy sediment and some times particles of albumen, or the color will be of a thin and milkish line, again changing to atorpid appearance. There are many who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, wnich is the second stage of seminal weakness. Do not hesitate to consult the Doctor at once, thereby avoiding severe trouble or premature death. In all such cases a perfect cure is guaranteed and a radical restoraMon of the genito urinary organs. In the majority of cases only one interview is required. 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