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... 'r..... CI*Ih' 44') 'V ý.s Las bt-cu :1 f,. No hills againut T.4 Y -A i t 'ix V, I. POW"~HINQ Co,, con tattS~ i~v alyofim l. I.e vfeaM p~wr orothers, will 6w rc', 'iz.I Ur,'e.' in"=mpnId by a writtpa order siguo.I b.ý the jail tbarr busig.. rA~nsgr Thug--day,__October 21. 18R9. SILVIRMAI'S ANKNE-I"1011 Owim ta m enOm- clinge in,-. MY I have - mu "6 o jr - of,. R--Gilb clothitm 1090to, Waishiliff Vvý H&t4k CAM.'BtCeg below ooit iis the time to buy. aheap.,, Ile stook must be m1d SILILVERM-A T-.'HIE,'10',..1"ýý I ADVERTISERS A" BUSINESS MEN MAKE A NOTE OF THIS, The YFILLOWWOMS JOURNAL readhes a larger elm of peopb in the city and s coantry and hm a bMw oboulation than aw other paper, therefin it is the bmt. verV" medium The I)')clA4Jw gardenters mentioned mehant, of couit~, the gardleners of the greatt plajin of which 8oochow is the cap~ital, ujd Sihatghac with Taitsangg and Kiang-yin* ae particularly notice its Iltuliig a climate or boil, or local skill in Horticulture, which greatly favors the variability of the Chinese aster. From the statement made it is probahie that there is no part of China where there is wuore success in culti vatling the China aster or more va riety in it than in the gardens of these cities. There are coarse anid fino va rietie~s. Somne chrymanthemiurns grow to ten feet in length, and some disks are tts large as a saucer. Two colors appear on the same flower. These are cal led coarse varieties. The liner in clude velvety sorts and those which are cylindrical in shape, or turn to the west, or are indented like wolves' teeth. Those which are most valued in China are flowers which begin with being small and grow larger, and pet ala which are close set, numerous and fresh in color. The cryswnthemum flower is fabled by the Ch inese to have the power of conferring inmmortality. To obtain the result it must be eaten with the fruit of tice wutungr by the elsieving. In Szicluuaui, there is in the Co4nfucian ternple~ ci tie culital of the provi Iwo an Imar'. ,f the genius of' thec! hrys anthecnuimn. The heizig reprs e Ii led is said i' iii t girl who dratok the wine of the J'luir santhcemnuicc fluwir in (the !!llc p: ;. u l thtus lNcunw.c inldlcor tatl. 'i t.."'" nil'icti "hci pry:I Its her are buil -rdIn theeŽ.it .,im liit ca ( ll I' iil -Willike 'iil V l. I isa painltii!r ei '~'lln1"ol the v.11: of a Womana I I !: 1; a e'l'y ~o thceon'cn in hecr hlan , `ho is called "Tie l.iihy of wvho I' N hv have cI e1c i. Ile thc 'II e Ii.1 are, wonde~rfuil t', ce Sate, N~ll 1,, truIe, bay 1L J I.. l' al'ti count.. - ~l 'nllell u'icenMe lisa jfobabI j 76FbtO esnturie ufeif well known in Europe. The florets, whetah~r of the ray or the disk, are never blue, but they anpear with al muost every (Aher pub~sibhi ecol:r. The b",ks a:' that the Ciiiue.wc f o long aciC iwrl't liavo bLe'l car~efuilly Un p1 i tV: 1pluit, 'idL that ti i --at r: hi in .l d V h.ý," i t ...l .1 iety t i t i 1. ri>LM fi,. .lrrui alli ,! . t v~. jell ic' I~i' rcib iI1titts hiiguing 'with thciw ill then v isits to the flowers the pollen of neighboxrintg p)lants. The remarkable variability of these plants is partly due to all excellent constitution, which allows them to be easily propagated by cuttings. About half of the flower heads should be de stroyed to increase the six.. and beauty of those which remain. Not being delicate sowe kinds will submit to their stems being pegged down near the surface of the ground, and the beauty of a garden plot is remarkable when the flowers of certain hardy va rieties are in this way so restricted as to rise only a few inches from the ground. European gadeners obtain seeds from widely diferent localities, and aim by mixture to rival the hand soinest varieties introduced from China. We must subtract the legen dary element generously and recog nize a true love of naturl beauty in the great attachment which the Clhi nese have for t'iv peony, the plum flower and the China aster, which have been all favorites for 1,400 yeprs or imure. This is one of the main sources of the developmnemt of muodern Chine v painting, in which these flow ers have hail as munch attention as bas kets of fruit emnonG the painters of Holland.- Nerdh Ciuna herald. TI"aihur t~j~maII bov~')--Now. b~oys. ajwll the, i "i .I~iiialaiii oil slipi of pallor. 'flic hey, who sjicellsi it quipct tlý ~%%Ill cuntl ,P t,.utt IA) it, if ali fall. 1 .u:1"t Li,. OiWraitc J~iud itesul WHY WE ARE RIGHT HANDED. Pirlmitise Han 'aK . flt'thtr and Used HIS Left Ha~nd r , shielcd Hii. Heart. Primitive man., being by nature a fi. litii; aiinimal. fought foEr the miost patrt at lint M'tha his great canuine tet. sn~ails iatol his lists, till in Iroe t lEr' he addcel to tuhose' early and naiturtal weitEaiaus the further per slI:,s~ius of ai c lib or shilldahal. lie al, I' fou aagh t. as I )a rw il has coma ic ns ivelv ,.Lawn in the naain for the I~o 54es,to1 ojf the ladies of his 'sind. a~g~ainst oI: I!" meIElxt~hts of lab owna sex and sisE*,"s. .iad if yo li:;it you 54)011 learn to pin tE et tine lil4a et x I sIando vial aer~al~le p)EErtion~ III 10o1 leldion tn~le IE. E~~it foar lIou, bE killing Weo the 1, uera~, wViEtltie ori ladld-tO fS>,ltiOril I. I 'almt.,ihlv the la.art. A hard ~ ~ El bl~ , I d, InE 'Elio the left lare~tbi. %% :1 e ~11J" kill. oir at ally rate. stu ai i I E li,' I11a:El. ll aeE,'E frhaia au earlyIV s-,lE all o iIEEI e 11"Eedi the right til tilt- ]-,t[ 01111 Ejtol c Ii eE r the IIeart :m Er tiE ~EIII*¶' ai bilow aimued at I ý lhen v &.ajJ.Er: Eof iatletis' iand (Iefliase4 5IIJ EiE'!tEdE ltrI list?, andWl~lit~l, it is the r~i.1t 11aUIE thiit gna~ps thlE spur or s0EEIld, as 1111" the left laolds~ ovi'r thme hleart furE defensae the shield or buck ler. Fan t lii sian ple origi a thlen, the I ILale vast ,ilitiaeiite of right and left Iill eiv il'(I life takes its beginnaing. At lr.%t. nao doubt, the superioarity of thle right hand was onaly felt ina the mannier of lighting. But that alonie grave it a distinct (pull, anmd paved the way at last for tihe s'upremnacy else where. For wheni wealxnas Camne in to use, the habitual employuaent of the right hand to grasp the spear, sword or knaife, nmade the nerves or muscles of the right side far more obedient to the control of the will thana those of the left. Thme dexterity thus acquired by the right-seye how the word "dex terity" implies this fact-made it more natural for the early hunte~r and artifi cer to emnploy the same hand prefer entially ila the manufacture of flint hatchetfi, bows amid arrows, and all thme otheir manifold activities of savage life, It was the hand with which lie Igriaspled his weapon; it was therefore the hauId with which he chipped it. To the end, however, thae right hand remlains especially "the hand in which yo i 11vur kaife ;" anid that isexact yhowyouir own children to this day deide thme question which is which, when they hs'gfin to know their right hand from their left for practical pur xpoacs.-al~tl's Journal of Health. Railroading In England. A paagrph as eengoing the roundofth~e Wne Iwspar to the effect that in Engfland l~oomotives carry neither ht~adlight, whistks nor bells, mand that guards are stationed at inter vals of a mile along the tracks. , If this is correct the system of riiilroading must have been completely changed recently. Guards are only placed on the track wheui royal trains are sclhedIuled whe-n by the way all ordi nary tridlflc is ksaspended. As to head lights niost l'woinoti v-s carry two and hdmai4 I lirte, anid onl thei cruowded u u triij.)(liul)tM ",~k oi flchial-g iial texjhri u~neqrtI 11 1% r g, tall t'"iI what ie the 1. ~tiuii u o.i'f a hou byi fl, n tgarrange Larr. I dg,t b I.. qgl, r.gt, of the. railroad( au P ,, gilh ifuu I. (gil gi it . i i' i i !)'Ii tg ag' Iii il ,i tut' i. (g, its gg.is linr ii St. I iI1j Ll I a ,g l g t.IIll il Week -6 o. 1d" - Whether there be or not a family skeletcu in every house there is cer tainly for each individual a particular rjreter of which ha cannot easilyv rid Iiinseldt. Achilles was vulh~crabl in oae pouit, and even the b: av"cst wnn can u~ua!!y con~fi;. to fc:u of saute oljjxt. cfLk pe~fc~tly haft iilexs in it-, I ~lf. . Tally weho m°l'^ a three 'o:u:' tour rcaniutli e 'o !ri~~e ii y Iu" She ha'd leers at S~uakiu ý 1h u a l,,:clo was going onI, had E!cpt in ai civ~o in California, and had engaIged ini a hand toll n~id tight with a treadchrous guide at Bombay, who had evidently meant to take her into a dangerous region, at dead of night. "Weren't you afraid l" asked a timid woman among her listeners. "No; I don't think there was a min ute during which I suffered from fear," wan the placid reply. "But you carried a pistol?" "No; never. 'The truth is," added the traveler, with some hesitation, " pistol is the only thing of which I am afraid:' Another lady, who is famous amongg her acquaintances for hecr splendid courage, one night thought she heard burglars in an adjoining room. Reflecting that it was of no use to call her brother, she threw on a wrapper, took a lamp and a poker, and boldly entered the chiamiber to investigate. No burglar was to be seen, but, with it confiding "Miau I" a large cat jump ed down from the table, his eyes gleaming like fire in the partial dark ness. With one bound, the lady had mounted a chair, and hiolding her dre~s above hivr anikles, shrieked, fran tically. SlIwo" I H~enry ! come quick' She oit t aft aid of a r. :inictit of burlgars, but on1e cat was ui~icihitit to itmit her to (ligliL --Youth s Cwuiu;:& init. A ýparru%'s Uiai lllhnC J..ui-ai'. .1 VP 11 kniownt coiiduictor' on the Northeuria 1civiic was teIlin~ a (licer th IPIII P I ,I Pu~ ly ill Uligi. liPt o a III i'dallw nests e )p:til1al hun St nu'ht, lu"alluPW. last sjriaug evinced a pat'it itlar ontuaiphanp fXur I hi" ' tvu's of a sleejainag ear iii the }'~arls ili ;;t. Patel, and( sueveral laP4IS WWelt hn I)\ thle busy little '. olkpl luPPrt the rep~airs onº the iulritpfl i' the car tt\lL coill jplet~l an(;, it t, a, returnedtol1 the a'ur viCe. \\lipii the~ eari v.s lA uillctl out thiere \\;is a commllotiona alappion the ft'athacl'd ea aalaataaal ' but thle traina pulleds nu~t just the .'~ullu. :aid e\ PPV onie PlnnlluPPsP(l tla:(t thte s\u:hIlott., lidt eati - 'haaded top build llew l(iijiias al'e stlart wa.Is IIltlde, hP P't ( \P P. I aee (I from one~ of( ti,c lnstsa Ipaply \scarecd hlle swalloI(w, whichi hlew aaoundaiInid alxiut the car untl ithe t ail started, When Sh uiC IatepI lintoP the isI st IP_:till, rethsu Ilg iti p: jahilit ii PI (f Ibe vi der mneu t at e:aelh stoP ,pil pl2 ace. The bird ttavalppl all thu way toP)Iortlanad ill the SneIP \\; , liuiia ke(pt match Oam by the .heyiplg tar jporter, whlt, . whelm ordarepht top du 5P by olae of thse lplad otpl~icils tat 1'(Irtlaael, kaap'~;Ct i (ltpvii the( llest, taIPE the billd moaather, biep ft oif t ie lip P1110 &tuad PIP ticet ie prvrrlVg~ shlO ha~d s) 7;'lhouslyI gua d- (1. hflev W~ildly aboutit for at timle anit at ha *& flew a\\ay.-St. Paul Globe. An Emagiiii Iturgia. Thie first dletriil," recu'rd o a fe-urnare jWliso11treIU i kE1lu~ is til- kt1kt.l ill thre Cac-e of .Airy iulrth!irl",r, i native of tilt 1..ic qI Er v. "lit -.eivk to have nrarrivi a 11:,11 ::b 'ilt v l~t:k: sli~C (~Jd noithririg. for 11 otrEElltl thra thre f'ur1 Ilinil IEr,~ 'Iu iliit. StIC a i'Jhnd to 1-ale, riot at leisu~re, ou~t ire iiiedii:til . 11cr favoi&'ite hizp~naiuiig WE, return to Louduir just as the nuct~y wedded pair were cumihhIt: olt of (innh~ri, tire bn'iule waq grea:ru affectiedt at 'ill(, .nri1e'tUn if-.brn1 r sec. nes anid tihe i-revocable crerre tiry whiich had1( 210w iuiscd. boon Ilutchirison became jea4uus of his wife, a quarrel ensued, arud hre beat her with much severity. She bought a quantity of arsenic, which sthe administered uiiis ale, and, meet ing her lover, acquainted him with what had passed. He advised her to buy more poisonr. fearing tihat tire first might trot be sufficienrt, but ilutchiri son died the name day. Thre young widow, whro was described as a "tail, tine girl," was burnt for "petit trea son" at Ely on Nov. 7, 17501. Another female prisroner. Ann Williamrs, was burnt thrree years later. This barbar ous putnislrtient was repealed by an act pasuned in the thirtieth year of' George 111.-London Letter. A Remedy for Imuommat. The abuse of the eye is the crime of the age. I am prepared to demnon strato that at least nine-tenths of the prevailing sleep~klessnes of which we hear no much, is duo to nervousness directly traceable to the optic nerve. WVe are wearing our eyes out over books and desks and types, and the effect show. itself not only in the appearance of the organ itself, but in its retroactive effect on nerve and brain. I have discover. ed a remedy for sleeplessness, and for the reason I have never known it to fail I anm fortified in my opinion that the whole trouble arises from the overstrain of the eyes. Take a soft cloth-say a Iuieco of napped towel and fold in it two small pieces of ice at a distanice aparlt to exactly rover the uaes a lIeu the cloth is lai(I ncrors thin. Theni lie down, adjust the cloth with tlhe ice, over the closed eyr's and you w ill be as!ec t' ii a v'ery short i au.. f Mon,,I..,y. uLU f afl U I,,uui;h Iii Iu %it 3, liit l1I) n(( I I I' ii r; :o httit iInO)ltVI~IuI1M 1 '. u t 'e ge t your Iflild oil ceure ~.f I" s ',iisjt? hih ,I; týýi) I'r I"('I , I r(,:11u1 if I Il I i i l1tti' luii r GENERAL - AGENCY -OF TILE Louisiana State Lottery. TIhh- \I inthIy i) r Nc tv. ! f w ' i' - r. 'Capital Prize, $300,000 Occurs~ Nov. L~ti. TIVIErS SOLD---PRKIZES CISHEDI Address Iiy ordiwiry letttr eulitalil Ifig money ord1ersii IMued( by expretal oonpainaesa. saxalitaige, draft or potatal cite, or for tickets.. .iraeular' arnd all Informatloni, JOHN RENNER. Gtreat Falls, Mont Address regilstered lette~rs eontaitmnlfg Currency to Firsat Nationaal Batik, Great Falls, M. T. ___ Drs. Usebig & Co., Permanently Located in Butte City at Southeast Corner of Main and Broadway. Pri. vate Entrance at 8 Broadway. LIEBIG TORLD DISPENSARY AND I\Ta RNAT 1 A Mei lC d Srii a~ittý Ill'Nty ('47 . Mo M Fravlii e.', t'II.. tind BUT 11E PITY~, Millet. Pr. Ilelilg ,\ ) ,., are regular gradultei if. mcii Icm. atid oargery jitl IjwcfIa pracul l era MU. thioriveil I hr iitii.r if a,. Ii~uri. 1 ailfrbia .au 1 M InAN.%, toIn at. . all chiroiii, oerriu. and I ri vats d b.aea.e. a eth lIi cauaced br i.wl riiiic*, ex. iC1.So (it .Ii gb!m) ..-inaI wtr+ii.', iI In" 'x al oi Idli t , (,o a o, "'It iii j.o. er, tillwt voeC bilitt '~af ,err.- mtinidi.rca of fIle I,, d, t~ypl.i ,i'b lotliiih n. i,lrriI aoi `t rirtuf.) r i.-d. ('urable 4 axes guarailced wit', life airnatiir-hipi. I Par..., low. Imousandt of raenear. zir. All iii calli. III I hoe:. -t*ry. Nu aiujuri. ui. .r 1 o~ibi*u ~ui, cuzibjol ndu used. I rtihu Ifirt thoe IiibuiI'Pa. Palit..~t at it lutce I ri i3 b e Itte and ebi x lre'.. Mi~d h:e ..irt .verywL~ere, free frolit gaze or lirtaka.'e. lb dicesacea of the iblii*.', (it.i', he.. Aini net y ouc , tern, a. well a.. liver, kidne bin' fib ri.e cumi faints, r leu wuit li, paraly.ba. titl tll otlher Ii onto dasea..ee. I1'rbt.' liot llioI ratedl uilra ou llefiriiilies. I cocci, I ia, rht, khrionchii I.,jiilm olar, I let lri ily Mr. nl,~et i-i. P'arily~il. Epil.-1iv, KIdney. Ii~addkr, Eye, Ear, t kii, ail blood, and litl Cuigi c~al 1 (peratou.ii. IIjPi.ese'i of Wowniio it G.'~, elaiy. ?&tlipti'i fill' lur% fur Ia y piatienb ilhe (.3)) Hsl:i'.'l.. irtcail slid .-urgliul If all tnte makting saejed ily of Private Ui~lwai5. All I oa'1 diw.ao',. ciii eseltilly I restett. Sy, hi lbs i'oi' ii remotveil irtob thle ii eteu.. wit lou.t user ciii,. New ite~iorattve Treatiniuti for ln.1 of Vitali Power liercilie urialil, to vii.. 'Ii. liay Iwe Ireabed at Hoare by coriealinidebcii. All iuuoiii-ii ii at one colhudent iil Me.!ie~bw. or i ict Ciiifbia -,fill t" mail I .r c' pre', ercibre v p., k. I IUt. Ice'-nil iiiterveiw tn lei red. (all andi coh..ilt cor 'end. hjhtore u( you: cuee, itijil we will senid ifl ~Itili * gtruj i, lur I k Free .,. p..3i iug why ih"''iicit. caijiol lie cured of i'rriitc. '3..Ciul itS I t Tutu.a Ito iotency. ¶'y 1A.lii. I t, nh.rrbu. ,"tet ier. l.jrl it .% (u. u filie on~ly . .uilllild oir re' epundilrl .p, claltI, fiL Ii. Mut;,t bi, iji. bthe new tucli al Ca. tOffice tuilts hroir 7i to 'icud' tii ¶ p. m. (i or appif.0tbi tit ii obscure ibid urgent I usc Ic Newi ii Irtu.areO ig) t'f jutt I, alcof r. lie. lug's liii IguOtioF in IILIIIM r it), MiuOutatil. ELECTRIC BELT on GO DC!', Trial fo . . , rc,...1 ri tfl I't~. A . . .1. n"'1 D I l~~~lse ~ it "I trial .I1eM1A~o . toFlrl N1. Bil t. W nkn"+f Mn ii f~hrwni. Djp1ei*,fr nt ..th .', UAi Buz 3AUY. h N k'AXjiciai7. w'AgaaN Wanwsd. FOR MEN ONLY! tý LeryErrorsor ZzE'weai a ý! ea Ah-..Iyli7 esbflhq!I "1111 " MA\! SlAT -ed. . Nil. P .s.11 n..4 w e. S i .6e. T..nt. ".... u.d I e4t.Us. ,WSCt5SteS~a ts.'ful .te.5. i asdo~a~ts5Sl b"eea: . *-- n'~ f ri . biu I. CATTLE STOCK FOR SALE $:1o,000 stock in the istoddard & Howard Live stock C'ompany of Bufalo, W'vomtnhý. This Con.i pany as stocked In lASS for the cash ralue of cati le on rant, and no more'hee paid thre ee a cent dtviden s~oneeijtht,atttlltlttt7afld 1tSac five per aent dividend. Thssu1 lus Ior the pest ill Jean, has buhROBT t1 W. WORTHaseJI, title Rock, Ark. " .. i.wworktn` for uS. Ae 'ta p "horae anigive their viol. me tn the buasnessa. hc,.n momenta soy be pIol eJ mplofed ale., A oew vacanelein tnowns eaeid tr..F.JOiiNtlO± & Cu., 1009 Malm at Rtichmond, Vs. N4. B.-i'lease stats age and businues eaperiean' Never mind at .ut sending stamp for reply, 5. 1,.J. ca. Mate iielp Wanted. NA iK..FNý1'P wish a few men to sell our gal by $4 ej t the. oh bsate and recall tat.. Leeri;. Iit uacelit *It our ice. Knclose k-cict .lampi. Wage,, I I .r day. lnerutavtnt poe~tiin. N.. p..s tai- ai'"Sw~ele. Molieoyr liasii'4 to, WAX- P, li 4 1, 2011, I to. C l N'TKNSJ AL N~AN'F'U (. C ii. RAMS for SALE. IlitIr aid tt~re* ,1uurtl r I II .I (tI2I..il Ie ttN1 Itttt M, toL.'J beec tit tel .l 1'1y., Qilidron Cry for Petcher':; Ca .toms; for Infants and Children. t*9 'da~o aw" U. A. Aaonu Y. D., 3 p nI5..~Gq i TUB CUITMrU COurAul?, 0- Mlumry cwt, N. T. Something to IITIEBBT YOU!1 e ar no re d totake your order on cus tom made suits. do nt dsir towear reay-mdegarments. To accommodate those who are in a hurry for a suit, we have obtained, inconnection with our New York House, an g agency from one of Chi ocago's principal Mer chant Tailors, and are < as thus enabled to get you a suit MADE TO ORDER IN SIX DAYS. Our Sample Lines are the best we have ever had. Our fall stock in Men's, Boys' and Children's Ready-Made Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes is arriv ing daily and willbe complete in a few days. Call early and get the first pick. Prloes lower than ever.