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Wednesday, October 18, 1893.
Da. Von Hoonrr, the eminent German
historian, who has lately taken up his
asidene in this country, will furnish
to the November Forum a slashing crit
ii..m of the Senate filibusters. Dr.
aon Hoist, who is outspoken in his con
demnation of the silver men's tactics, it
is undethtood is convinced of the neces
eity for immediate revision of the Sen
ate rules and for immediate protest by
the people in mass-meetings all over the
country, if the Senate is not to become
a source of grave public peril.
The Hoosier Poet Makes Confession of a
Troublen,one r veakness.
_James Whitco.n, Riley, the poet, de
scribes hitmself v-; a train misser. A
friend thus relat, a how the poet con
fesses his weakn' ,s:
I found him o, .cupying an easy chair
in a parlor car that was attached to a
train leaving ( ticago at 10:30 a. m. for
Indianapolis. After the greetings, in
that quaintly humorous strain that has
mde the man and his writing so pop
llar, he des ribed the trial he meets
with as a tra veler:
"I have b- en in the depot three hours
waiting fo: this train to start for In
*"Why dd you come here three hours
bfore traintime?--10:30 is its leaving
"Well, you know I am a train mieser.
I can't make a train. It doesn't make
may difference what precautions I take, I
miss it or take the wrong train. Igotmy
ticket yesterday-bought it over the 'Mo
as route' because I knew it went right
trough without change. If I ever have
tochange cars, I'm lost. Iam sure tomiss
the connection or take the wrong train.
I bad a messenger boy go with me to the
icket office. Never could have found
i amyself. When I got to the hotel after
the entertainment last night, I asked the
clerk what time the 'Monon' train left
"'Mon-on-Monon,' said he; 'hasn't
that road got another name? tb
"'It probably has. It would be just
like these railroads to change the ame
Immediately after I bought my ticket.'
Then he looked at one of those brain
Splitting time cards and said:
"'Yes! yest Moon route-that's theL.,
N. A. and A. C. railway, and it leaves at
"I left a call for'6.0, so I could have
ay breakfast and be at the depot at 7:30.
I always go to the depot 80 minutes be.
lere the train leaves, and then I miss it
ettener than I catch it. When I pre
seated my ticket to the gatekeeper, he
id: 'Your train leaves at 10:30.' That
was so, and here I have been since 7:30.
"Bill Nye says that when my head
was built they run out of gray matter
when they came to fill my bulIl of loca
tion, and they fillhd it with mayonnaise
dresing, and that's a pretty hard thing
or a man to think with."-D.truit Free
A C'ourageous CorporaL
When Lord Rawlsn was in South
Carolina, he had to end an express of
great importance through a part of the
eountry filled with continental troops.
A corporal of the Seventeenth dra
us, known for his courage and intel.
ce, was selected to escort it.
They had not proceeded far when they
were fired upon, the express was killed
and the corporal wounded in the side.
Careless of his wound, he thought only
W his duty. He snatched the dispatch
from the dying man and rode on till.
wom the loss of bhdld. he fell. Then
esaring the dispatch would he taken by
his enemy. ih thrust it into his wound
until the weind ,l1 e.lad upon it and cont
ealed it. II wv-.. fimtil next day by a
llrtinh latrol, w 1it a emnilh of honorable
Pde upon his (cuntenanc, and with
ie just sauicient to p.int to the, fatal
deposiiry of his secret.
In searching the holy the a:oe of his
death was found. for the surgeon de
dared that the wound in itself was not
aortal, but was rendered so by the trri
tstion of the paper.
Thus fell this patriot soldier-in rank
*eoaporal, he was in mind a hero. His
anes was OLavery, and he came from
he parish of Moira, in County Down,
Mes. W·rk sad Uaaiwa k.
$ is to be remembesnd that, notwith- I
all we bhear of the vat speriority I
a hin. over handwork, this ma.
ssy Pmost itself paoser as mg
" sreaer, rat ccacy and a
M Ie product manufactured by it.
Smachim cam in this m.pect be su
Semr to its maker. It can oly produce
aziently accurate and good work at
sewer os than made . hima The
o M$***et b mchid of a inad, bult by
h machinists o toolmakers, is at
- a good ad as accurately moade as
s b equenty maatl c manactured by
L a d, de thsame men cn cn dpi
ame it more exactly than can any ma
l .ry, but manchines built thas would
a far more than people could atord to
pay for them, and tat is all ther is to
th talk of the substution of the "eer.
ar-ty and accuracy.o .madry for the
sacertaiaty and i inaccuracy head
work."--bcrhaer's MagashL ,
;L .. , a b s e.
ways aboat doing tblags ctatses hs
nowI ·wsd then
"My dear." he said the other moraning
Shewas dressaing, "I think you were
right when you told me last ight that
there were burglars in the house."
"Why" shbe asked nervously.
"Becease all the money that was to
my pockets when I went to bed s gone."
S"Well," she said with an I-told-you
so air, "t you had been brave and got
Sup sad shot the wretch, you would have
bad your money this morning."
o "Possibly, my deer, possibly," be sid
gisgerly, "but I would have been a
She laughed softly then and gave
half of it back to him.--Lomdos Tit
The Latest Pattern in Quadrople
These I.nods must not be confounded with
the ord ary goods which are plated on lead ,
snd antimony end con..uentI¥ tun black.
but they a/e quadruple silver on ti white
tal and will wear a ilfetime. The agents of n
the manufacturer. knowing we can rea.fly dis
poseof a larIe quntity of these Ral.- at the
urs we .esor tieu, Idave . musw ca priso for
't ore below the ar wholesale rat, and
t oL Cream P hewr S o h lder and
tlb itinor set 1. r Krew oirdi Yeo des
sit t _a .
Itt a aeMM
0". here pot, the Tray to hold the net being 14
wad fche ide and very handiozuely hand en- w
ter graed as r all the pieces. a
tt'r Th ull net. cetoprisiot a Tea Pot, tags. T
- 3ow. Creat IPiteher. peCo ho lder and
WILL BE CIVEN FREE
e" to a e anoynene oin ttl, niewlaid.upearly
ly sobbcriptlooe.oPr ftr lerwaw palztpyearlysth.
t iptioaa Bad S J in rash; or it will ho .old
to a anbecrior for o iOS Ihn cash. bent by
This IdO Baba as uigaset W eddies Prsmmm
W ith thlCasic man, wl eas. eld
ean take plcteure of aaybody orae hl
GUI tohe work ot aany >e Camrwee th
No dark roo or ipractie s neeaaary, as t-he
Camera can he loaded In broad daylight by
merely dropplain a light-proof film cartridge,
and these eartes cn he sat by mall to the
factory or taken to any photo goods dealer or
photographer to have the pitre finished, or
you can Bfla them yonraf.
THE PREMIUM CAMERA
I made and finished In the best manner, with
pfshed cherry ease, and has an achromatic
e Wnhlct Is ret to take pietures at any die
tane from eightl feet up, and Is self-focusailng.
Fall Direetlom are sent In a little book
with each Camera. The Premium Camera is
sent alrealdy loaded, and extra cartridges can
be ordered from the factory (the address Is
given with the ('amora) at 8) cents each, post
age 8 cants extra.
Our Terms for this Camera are as fol
We will give one of these Cameras already
loaded for immediate use Fru. to any one
sending us 2l) new paid-up yearly sulecriptions
to this laler, or for 10 new plid-up yearly sUb.
ecription, aondl $ l.wU In cash: or a aubacriner
can buy a Ca:mera for only pl.. Sent pre
paid for 40 centr aldlitiolo whether as a
premium or purchase.
As an evidence zuf real merit we would stalte
that It is the ('amera used by the artists nod
reporters of One of the largest New York lmorn.
tig palers In making all the local views that
are reproduced in itacolumns.
The toilowing testimonlals to the manufa.e
t.rert tpeak volumes for this wonderful little
Gentlemen-4y Cater acontinues to give
entire satisfaction. 1 am obtaining excellent
aresults. Very truly yours,
IligMedt W.F. BAxzut.
Sirs-Rave made several fine negatives with
yuar Camera and think it about as good as any
-astnt ous ulastrument I have ever used.
(Slgned) C. w. tieArao.m. w.
Gentlemen-Too much cannot be said of the
little Camera. I have more than 14 doren pic
tures and have had but one bad one and I
t at was my own fault. Since Ia have had yrour
ae I haive had it with me on my wheel
wherever I go. ad itist ttlesgem. 1f could
Brooklyn. N. Y.
Geatlemen-I think the Camera is gre at. I
tuon ot Just od work with it as I ce
h EUtman'e odak of sm ee, which
lsefr0 d) Pauin o . p oszam .
fled r.tt .x y, Q~n
We have rrUanged with the elUngi agents of
the jusMtly celebrated firm of Rogers d& Himil.
ton. whose goods have a world-wide reputa
tion. and were purchased exclusively by the
World's Fair Commissioners for use in the
Administration Building of the World's Fair
at Chicago, to offer to our subscribers the pro
duction of this concern at wholesale prices. A
glance at the terms we offer these magnificent
wares at -will no doubt create astonishment
and cause anll normuous demand for thenl.
These are not Cheap .ohn goode, poorly pated,
but aren all heavy triple sliver plate on scree or
white metal a!, iwtll last a lifetime, as there is
Ian extra thickness of silver where the most
wear comns on a spoon or fork. This is not
done by any other manufarturer.
Solid Handle Steel Knives.
ForkPs to tatch. alfdozen of either knives
or firks given fees for 10 new yearlIy sub
scriptions, or sold to subscribers for $3.00. One
dozen, 5.81. Retail price of these goods is
t per doen. Postage prepaid in s casese
KNOPS, Pu L AND . uPOO
vanseW.Oa voae ,av.
.et, packed in fancr lined box, givet free for
Sfeatrlrsubscrlptooe. Sold tosuchbes for
t securely packed, postage prepaid.
Sugar Spoon l Batter Knife
ltRAU PLATS. SPOON GOLD uumai
Bt.ch= ýd in.ee. Ned bogoedis, free f. e
-Y n.. s i *g 6. to . w~ s f I
rv - Pai oe I eaey a eu a
DMtasebeefree. Ml2 4
..... . ................ . .. 8 0p.m,
ar ,a Mondl ay-, We lur....
and Fridays ....................... 7:30 a. m.
Toague River, Mondays, Wednes- i
days rda ................ 7 a. m.
tin Sattu d's ...................... 3 utM p. .
t, ondays and Fridays. ... :p. .
tchford Special, Mondeys and
Friday. ............................. 5:00 p. m.
o, i e. opens ........... . ......... .:15 a. IN.
Oke eor ~ts om arrival of eastearn
sail, at or before ................... 700 p. m.
o order el e ............. . 4.0 p. m.
rl clo e ................ . ... i io p. i.
-Ofdfice open from 12 to 1 p. m.
'HAs. W. SEvnu, P. M.
Niortl r Piu o Time Table.
LUt'a MILaa CITY GOING WV#IT.
OL. Pacilfc MaUl ................... 63p r.c p.
ore 5 E rer Fra liht .. .............. 11: " p. m. a
No .5 Way Freight ................... . 00 aiO. m.
LUAVE 31.I3 (CITY GOIWO EATI.
o. t Atlantic Mal ................... 63 a. m.
t~o 54 !5fprre Freitht ............... ".. pom.
nt . W.. Fri ht ................... l:15 A, m.
Memwr of ongress...C. S. Hartman, Boaeman
Governor...............J. E. Rickards, He!ena
Lient-ov *................ . Alix ltkii,, kteleua
Secretary of state...... .. L. HR.twitt, Helea
State Tro.burer........... .. W. Wrightlt, Helena
State Auditor......... tdrew B. (',k, li,, na
Att'y (i.nral.......... Henri J. Haskell. Helena
Supt Pu, l.s .......... ... E. A. Steere, IHelena
I('tlit .l ire.. ... . W. Y. i.'r 'srtol. Het..na
('Ik Sur, lie t'rt .... l...lej 'Wei te.r. .Hele.na
Abcb.. it,- Justies.. .. I E. N. lllrw,..l, lbi]]iiig
Ser*v, ,r Geral...(.... (,,0. O. t>"lt,,e. ifelun
J. -. Mar al . .. J. It. ,iL.t..) t ia
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tr 'i!1,. "r tl-- ert ''. .1!. 1:. l,,,);, , .%J.., .- Aty
J'i :4," tie; cuill! . Ii ,liel tl tih-Iri . . i
O11i anal Hcclr..... . (le. .. !. . i.tlilr . -
L ....ri ..... . .... WPo !ri ihr, C.hr ity
I~ cH~ec F . L . t. IJ~tlc lll i .
l. r ff .... ...' . ...... .. i . fr. * k·. . " g , .
Ckaclrun .r.... .... .. L.. '... suge",
County Attorlney......... '. H. Li . .
Ae.roo.. ( .,. Ne.. an,
JSiurveyoitr.r .......... ("i i , txtnor
Coroner ............ .(. . t,,.hi ....
S ti of Sctools. ... ir. . E. Light,
Public Adn ......... .. HeIr,.ry Nae ... .
Comraissie.n.re.. " W. S. ll,...... Hatlaway
( J. . iruhum ... ..Run.bud
Juilic.s.......... ( Jhin (sibb, liles City
Constable .................. H. ilo g, " -
Mayor .. ...... ................ Jee Rya
City Attorney. ........ ......'. . Mindleto
lerk ..................... ... S. Gordon
Trea u ..rr ......................(. .' hllertor
Chief of Police......... .. E. . Jd.rkOn
Police Magistrate..... o......... .... John tiibb
First Ward-H. W.l McIntire, N. P. Sorrenson.
Second Wati--Thos. (lbb W. H. Bullard.
. PHYSICIA ..
DR.. G. REDD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at W. E. Savages' Drug Store.
sot fR. E. F. FISH
nfl. PaYShctAN ktatrolg AND OBsTETRIcIAm.
It-. (Arat, Wundart und fieburtahelfer) Office at
th EB. Svaae.' Drug Store.
'r ~.S. Whitney,
A sin Street over Stoekgorwers National Bank
ent Work guarant el and at reasonable prices.
the lat,.st and
A. V. A. d. Yellowstone Lode No. 18 meets
at Masonic Ball on first and third Wednesdays
of each month.
S0. I. Custer Lodge No . mets l
their hall ever)y Monday night.
sentinal Encampamnt meets iat and thL.d Fri
day of saoh month.
K. Of P. Crusader Lodge No. 7. meet. at Odd
uFellows hall on the first and third Thursdays of
. . T.Star of the West meets at Masonie
all every Thursday evening.
S. A, A . U. S.Gant Post, No. 14 meets at Odd
Fellows hail on the first and third Thursdays
A. o. V.W. ToueRiverLodg No. 3, trms
sth nd and fth Th urdayr of eaeh mouth.
S. t V. Col. E. Butler Camp. No. , meeta th
esood. and fourth Saturdays of ewn mouth.
r FPAL Eaauasl Church cot. ?slmer sad
str ees.Se dis at U am.aai
assapth after mosuls ·rvIm e r ,
n, J. lastt MNWa, Paao I.
I. ORSCHEL & BROS.
will purchase any one
$15, $1I, $17 or $11
A beautiful assort- Summer Suits
ment of Flannel is what we ask for
Shirts which were I .*O,
formerly sold at regardless of origi- any of our $5.oo00
from nal cost. SUMMAR PANT'.
13 00 TO 83.50.
per Suit of 13albrigan
I. OrtSobe.l dr E3ro.
Wholesale Dealers in
Xa O3~snIw a aI m.dsoII O
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
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