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,ITABLE WOMEN. PAtti i l still ngrirng with pesa neVw In ltouth Anmerta, hIt farit that .eL i* t.4 C1ich&oI-Patti 4oan nI t *a *% r, wakU antch dieree'sa with th#e nmraial :et4ae of her nuaal lfarwell faru. Mis Mmande P'wel.l, the yria, g ~awl eirtisyt who bse shald . h rsmrhel r .si can tthb in l.And.n and New Yor. i a native of Assrarr lr, *a0 1ran be: study of thee i hts a the ia'. niaa' yeasg old. "I feel ae if I were on eagx.l.a wie* and aa ready to go," said Mn. Marha f to' er~J, a HSrundy-ec hor tiwehar, at a I.ýe Creek ((,a cetebratio the aer tday and Sure aenough, ser 'lid gor-frelt .ea on the ap. , Lady ~ anJt doIp "lsure.ill is now r gardeld ape ones of toee leading asmtor-siu on drew in l.ond~ , tie f .row . at bSi at.s., tint 1 atidem tl. sg wir thuet a ear. w.l with a tick nrving at a walkinx .randmis Mary 'arnefmao, who 4ied Standay at Arme, Ike. is linated br relatives to have been 119 year 'ol, the lug been born In H.eoetrt erceSty, .ia ware, in March, 170,. Ste hal a urn inr Indiaas rho i, s % year ald. Mae C(Baldwell, who recently reeira' the Golden iore from the Pope for her tUd lbet4%ef Ma ntlce of thel k otherwise a moat charming youlng ly. Jou 22 with clear cut feature rand the half ode fortune eotmnated at z $/Ai/ ., Mrs. Aznba h F. yder, of Orrinsrm, Me, who is 1I4 years old, wau one cof .i z teen girls to acatter llawera in the opzn grave at a serpice held in memory of aeorge Wehirgton. She bs a large a.n i IJnereetng ecrrearondence with young and d perams ov `erre th l Clf tla + Ia Saan B., Anthony o in fine form th in spring and is battling boldly in the cane of the gentler sex. Mren may come and men may go, hbut, like the little brook, Suase continue. to glide onward unhurt rby time and babbling am she gives the ememessge aShe gave forth years and Mme. Albni recently san* "lomre, t Sweet lome" at the inauguration of the I ehibiton for the beneist of the Lomdon q Iotm for Incurable. in such a way that a a lady ent at once wrote her a check tl for AI for the charity. She should e tl brought back home to sing for the Urant tl Monument Fund. g Mrs. Ibouchere, the wife, of the editor ti of London Truth huas made her debut in w London se a public political spealker. She ac iseloquent and witty, and a valuable ad dilton to the liit of public orators onu the t ade of homse rule. Mrs. Laboucherre a was once well known as Miss HllenriettaU H1odpoan the actre,. Queen Victoria is quite well posted C currentsat literstre. Every new book 4 any promnence is at once sent to h: If he (lattracted by its title it in rease her b, om malidof honor in waltin )urlng the morning the Queen aiwaj letens to several columns of the Losdc Times. She ha a great liking for new papers. l~ maly nterest you to know that th Princes of Wales wore a perfectly plal gpea dress of soft, cool-luoklng materi, oi ter journey to London last week wit a small bonnet of gray velvet of a (drke abhdo than the dress. For the visit t Glasgow on Monday the princess wore dress o silver gray silk, with a broch dolmau to match and a gray velve bonnet The late Countesn Catherine Feodor ovna Tlesenhnusen was a granddaughtej of the famous Rtuslan genntleman of thL Napoleonic wars, Prince Kutuzoff. Ite, F]ather was killed at Austerlitz. She be. came a lady of honor at the Riusian court in 1818, and remained In that position foI Sy ears, she was 85i years of age at her death, which occurred at the winter palace. Mrs. Content Sweet Buffington, is the name of a lady Y years old, who lives at )orcheester, Mass. When Miss sweet was a girl her schoolmates reversed her sur name and called her "Sweet Content," be cause of her hopeful, sunny dispoition, and that name has clung to her all her life. The old lady sings duets with her daughter, and is uoted for her girlish vi vacity and cheerfulness. RUMBLES OF THE RAlS. The Butte Miner says: The finishing work of the Montana Central is beIng rapidly copleted itn the placing of their .oad bed In condition for track laying. East of Woodville, except the Wickes tunnel, It Is now ready for tile track. Thls side of the Woodvlllo tlunne!,l In order to criss Dixie and other guli.hesn, and again Just above Meaderville, wheren it crosses inmediately over the Moltntana Union track, several large trestles huae,, heen necessary. Of these there are Illl, this side of the Woodville tunnel in it din tance of four and one half mlles to the depot site. Five nrenowcomp(,letedi. ''e one which crosses over the Montinl Union track will lie a lowone, but 710 )feat long It is asserted that their cars will be pli Butte by the Ist of July, but no nllllcal ineto has been wet. There are Inumronls secti(on: lOI(llHne to lst built on tit, line of tlhe MOlltnltn C((!ll tral between Helena and Ilutte and A. F. McKay & (ao. have received the clontract fur their erection. Progress on the Wilckes tUllel if tihe Montanlla CentrlI rallroad for tile week endlng .lune 2, was as follows: Northl nid, 60 feet; solth enll , 48 feet; tutll, lI. feet; total to alute, 4,472 feet. T'l'ie Montana Central, between Ilelenll and lButte, will ble lai with steel of extrna weightiand have rInlore li tIhne isnll luUni. her of ties to tihe mile. The lutte Mliner nays: TIue Mollntlnlu Central rnliroanl hissnI Ilnmd lll idr ilbllutt a ile and linnlf anil Ils nIow it t11u- n trannce of liMonlder ctnuyon tit itlu muii, 711 nllles fronnl lultte. ''lnl territory ti roai will travers. until It inntn'rs ti lln ci:lty Is such that Iardly liny Innin tllll lni i nlI, and a half a day caln lie Imade, an it will consist of an almost continolut cnllve. nI tra't ih a Ter e at r a.t rd'ire , Av. t afterit as At "' . i Wh ill Me rr: a tLhtce tsiM- sAe. ,toired t-Ke rI aig whe ari e.oyse b% e aft ai-r, lete yet, n it ib .dhIyts thin mue t fra ta ri gerd ,r we'r tr the afr a ,rit S. track _: r ar.r € yu cdhe ahot i-y ;la in 4r d w Park .Pet a an .eT.n ;ad aEs Si " tt e 4t& o t JUi. . A Treat. eaet T=4iear *ti-i Ita - Pk thehe-r iona uir eaur ard red' uiit ena isne. Storassi I-t si* ut a1 ferwirLT was ia ý rtaf-at, is faaLS'-re iýn'xi «r r lass- eve - th. rish.r rier from threzhout town o ree a?. The Ms tr hs- w aan vae s f'-r nte tent-ity jn. e ha ad ;.y- the wanner in =s sntri iwae ao e.. e'd nerated ret the yeasfround. To ]hei PmPa ursdwnint erv Aaer o i the tran -te4 s t ipie . tha g. th as tira ; a , thre tho aid nfls e -r.--"^S.s.Jay... ...:n . . ,- . t aiisniea grande.g ......the ... ht . ei-oy, t ,I. .e ri -ion.hesr I a ...r-a. i F i,., c i rea t tas rep tete wtshr the mAarkan l rii, rlats-t... M-rs. imm .?t .ac a u rrx in .Mnd h sew nat anIkun X Awt sr;ed . ly, i 'Jvefls wn'-t- tdr ............ t.et.. rrao tn¶s rmds Mosr Isuate N aa i -. ear ta~ awl Wiksn ihtia l nmrt. n, t r smte.r a Ita e awis-t Esand . Havr d etaqnnadi"1;6 Ad Wiles-1 Ms-te of the tiatl desire oi, '-prea their thanks to those who aedeae-,J in Making the rcases-t an esnjiseabsle affair. After the fib ray of thin mon th the morchestra nad brae tand ah ill cre reistir tfor e gagerssns fol r street taratf-;, on erMi, etr. Mr. Ermmete Rtace if Gleader antd tHrjnrnh marag-r, and lie s-h'sull be Faddsresed Or car onnul in m cueard to a qunreiterate, the concert wasra and everybody was phr-ased . The Giant Spring. 1 Thqeaiat t ls}ring es amD ng the pher i ano intricate onat u vegetation, verdant the year round. To iuta fear down into the wclear water one can nhn-stea imaginet tllon. There in a large baimL* .ate, iat; aytia replete with the parking liquad,: ti and the vat amount of wvgatier onmdannl thflowing over into the Msajuri clarifs i that muddy atream for scmn disne- Itagn e thatl muddly stream for sran1e diietaLrtC. It I rre asnouni te seen to be appreciated. lette --- -. A Man Can tbe His Own (andfather. Sor I married a widow who bad a daughter. her. My father yiaited our house frequently, , to fell in lovy and married my Mtep-daughter. Ing, Thus my (her became my son-in-law and rays my stepdshghternmy mother, becaise she don was my fathers wife. My step-daughter aw- had also a was, he was of course my brother and at the same time my grand the child, for he was the son of my daughter. lain lMy wife was my grandmother-:bcause rial she was my mother's mother, I was my ith wife's husband and grandchild at the ker same time, and as the husband of a to persons grandmother is his grandfather, I e a was my own grandfather. :he vet Judge Not. Mister-There Is the charming girl I or- was telling you about. SBrother--Horrors! What a sour-faced oer old maId! lie. "She is not only young, but pretty. You have no business to criticize such a lovely girl as she is on an errand of ercharity and religion." er "Eh ? But look at her." "I noticed her expression, but I happen to know the cause. She is chairman of he the tasting committee to visit all the stores at and collect fruit for our strawberry fes 'as tlile." ir e- RainHow Falls. ' The Ralnbow falls a short distance be er yond the Giant spring are both grand and 1I- beautiful and have a perpendicular fall of aiout forty feet. 'i'he roar of the falls Is terrific. Clouds of vapor arise, in which may be seen the diverse colors of the rainbow. itustic stairs have been so g constructed that It person can descend within a short distance from the falls. r They should be seen by every sojourner in this vicinity. U. IUEFUL IEAl'lTH IIlNTS. K, It is every one's duty to lie physically ae ble, and it is every oine's duty to lIok as I a pleasing iad attractive as possible, not by e the lse of powder and applied blornlm blt by being ullst what y'm. seem to be i healthy -by having ' clear cmlpjlexioni and rosy cheeks. IIevi are sonie gather. 'ed up suggestions to this nd, bothtl tled d t and good, ad worthlly the practice ofl every r woman who would preserve her health p andm beauty. Very hot or very cold water wrinkles the face and haud's; use tepid walter. Avoid very soft pIlows, as it will c'aluse wrilnkles albout the eyes. A sty mIy boe removed from the eye by appllying black teai. A wart may be rI'en.ved by touching it neveral times a day with castor oil. Worry, hulrry anid overheating are Ic e three great enelmies to health. CheIerfuless sleep bill fresh air are three grelat frlends oIf hliitli. Think heal'ilthful tu tOgl t~s. "As a man IllinkelthL in his hIllart sl is he'." "eook peace htll illirsue it." nil "Work lake It lini but don't, be worked tIo dlath." a$7 "Aissnciate with Ialth y i)eple. Ileaith in riontgio ll a w Laelll a os di l ser" li "J)llhi't carry the whole worhl on yulIr r .,I lll rm, t..li. lis. the ,l:!vers.,. Trust "Never despair. List holle is a fatal disetase" r ( TOWN IM PHROVEIEXTS. ur SW- .L P ttst has aterA ' ersmmate te fi ftee,-roma k4ag n ate ,6 te.ra a I rrlte *tk. Mr. "r ltotete foarpent SIm,p a Stvome d areae ate-Lt. hla Sin : - .nt :m eten at Wfrck ti bewing pr+i.eneDted 4e ton the wo Ti. M .arT aidng- Icate, on Seraend snreen .t. avean dtta a rese Tirad aFirt artehn g Ste.. Thre r ilding it brick Lreiierd L32t.a. .u Fart', , j~ak, i the owner, anord rill "etAn d enpy one of the three ars. r sm : t.r other tWor are for rentill It " t hein erecrel at a ran of at ofut 4 Mr. Morgan. who ie arthitent aand r per i tserwle ent of the workt. ae that the ?ailring i p expt l to be ready for 'i ea tar 4n or sae-tnt the 29h inst. Mr. Morgan at plans for the following ihidisre: A - wo-et ry brick. 5uxiin 7 with ' ratnr3 :tr rner of S-c ind street and fira venue North, iron frout and plathe a giae. indow~ . Mears. M.ilner & Board .Clany, 1erron. Mornt. are putting up the S'bCrcd , The fupper floor if be di rird- into fsarnily cranpanrtents; Phil G(irwnr sfflte bfilding; totne front and tase E; a ean- ation Central avenue and nt street: the Collin' building, located on Ce-tiral aerrnue, between Sec'mnd and Taird etreetr, two, tori and basement, tox. feet, iron front and plate glass. Mr. Israellwill recupa one of the store roort on the fires floor, which will soion be ready to be occupied by 'rim; also the Kingabar ibuildingr, which is 25x75. This ii a two-sto-ry birick, located on Cen tral artnue between Third and Fourth Sreets The lower flrroor will be divided into two Store rImns and the npper floor wil be doevoted to offices. Mr. liickry' two-torn- brick building on Central avenue, etwteen Fourth and Fifth streets, will seon be ready to more into. Messrs. Waite & Fullerton will oc cupy the store room with a stock of furniture. Thesm gentlemen have leased the whole building and the upper rooms are for rent. The one-story brick building on Cen tral avenue, between Fourth and Fifth streets, is being erected by Mr. S. A. :Iri chly to be rented as a store room. The Sstame s nearly comnletwst (;real B eachiy to be rented as a store room. Sits same is nearly completed. hoer i- - rdant WIT AND HUMOR. into ie ecofgnizing a great Article-A stor t Le told of a certain ex member of Congi r' ifrom a western state which comes un the classification of interesting 'ud,. true. antly A number of his colleagues who I rifle undertaken to entertain him shortly at It he took his seat in the National Capil took him down to one of the leadi hotels, in Washington where elabor her. arrangements had been made for a din, ter. The coures were served, but nothi seemed to strike him with especial foi utly, until a bottle of champagne was brou 'hter. in. He emptied the glass, handed it ba rand for more, and as he set it down again 1 eshe marked: +hter " By gosh, boys, that is without a dot my the best ginger ale I ever sampled." and- It is estimated that the girl who dant hter. 18 waltzes travels abont 14 miles; and y ause the same girl will get very tired if s] '[y walks 5 blocks. ofa iThe question of the day.--Mrs. Wistf er, I -What happy people you are to have s daughters! What resources for your o age. aMrs. Quiverful-Yes, resources enoug But the difficulty consists nowadays rl I husbanding one's resources. On Broadway-First New Yorker--se iced those two Englishman crossing the stree wondAler who they are? tty. Second New Yorker-lon't know; bt :h a Judging from their appearance, the of musAt be either noblemen or hostlers. Gn ENERIAL NEWS. of r Pierre Donon's chestnut colt, Stuar fes- won the French Derby in which th stakes were $20,000. Senator Chandler has Introduced a bll to encourage silk industry in the Unites he_ States. It creates a bureau of silk cul d ture In the department of agriculture ant autlhorizes the establishment of a sill rail culture station for experimental purposes 1,l 'Twenty-eight horses will probably rum o for the American Derby at Washligtol park, Chicago. The race will he worth owovr $17,000. Is. A telegram fromAigiers saysthat lacusts icr are advancing in a compact mass over twelve miles long and six miles In brieadth. The province of Constantine is in a state of panic on account of the visi tation. ly The emperor of Germany was distinct as ly worse oii Saturlay. Earl Spencer and other persons of high d legree are cited to testify in O'DoAinell's slA uAilt against tie eLondon 'Times. r- Arene was wounded on Monday in a Sduel which he fou rht in Paris with IDe Sro ulde. loth are eputies in the French Sparliament. eThe assets and liabilities of Coleman & CA(. orf ai Fl'ranIcis(o are about the same. 'i'he lirst estimate of the assets wats too e high. Iligh. Monwtillll, Statistics. Hleavwrlurhiad --Gold, $85,115.47; silver $367,837.81; total, $956,452.98. (3loteau--Goldl, $22,771,77. I)'.r Lodge--Gold, $42,3582.06; silver $5,04(,947.74; total, $5,404,473.80. Ferguls "--Godl, $85,330.06. . (tfoersoo (GJld, $0l6,628.37; silver,1, 394,911242; total, $1,711,.900.79, (lallati,,l Gold, $10,229.82. Leswis aunl Clarke -(old, $*,280,814.22; sil vr, *1,412,7(91.71 ; total, 3,64,6 001.01. 5 ulisn)--(Gold, $1,518,148.12; silver. *785.61; total, $1,518,933.87. lbi'agher --God, $1,523.28; silver, $25, (168; total, $107,1381.20. Ml Issoula Gold, $04,234.01; silver, $77, 574; tottl, $141,8(18.01. Iark - (Gold, $4,013.48. Silvter liow -Gold, $995,881.50; silver, $8,097,266.88; total, 9,998,148.38, silver, (Grand total, $28,700,085.28. azzm.es &C Collett, Real a ate, Inslranl'e ments and Minin Ir Brke PBOPRIETO1E OF THE "Fairview Addition" to the City of Great Falls. H. MATTHES & ROEHL, PROPPIETOHS (;EAT IALLS. MKONTA4NA. \ Elegantly Furnished. Din n.g Room Unsurpassed., BATEI P2J.W PER DAY SECOND AVENUE 80UTH Tint and j"jJd LLAM E. KERN. :7nd and ement CIVIL ENGINEER. Ol. gle. i ovr Chnrchill k Weteor'. Soarveyio he tor)e of all edlarn-Ranches. Dirte,. Ac. D)raogb -ill soon agd Blu Copyig. Celler Mass.ared. also the - 275. D A. TAIT. onCen-I P. Fourth IDENTIST, divided ocr floor (ffioe over Churchill & Webster's. Great Falls Eontana. ,uildinu ,rtnd a A.F. LONGEWAY. C. M., M. D. to more COUNTY PHYSICIAN AND ill oc SURGEON. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. r rooms Late lonue Surgeon to the Montreal Wehterm itoovital and Attending Physician to the Mont real Dispenasry. n Cen I Fifth P. ROLFE, to. The ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Will practice in higher courts. Special atten tion given to land ebusinea. Office in Minot bloc. isC. T. WERNECKE under ng if DKALER IN N d OGroferies, otions, Fruits. ending borate BAIGAIN COUNTER GOODS. linner. rftng Crockery and Lamps, ought back FRESH CANDIES AND NUTS. in re- Kennedy's Fancy Biscuits in thirty different donbt arieties. IZSIHINZQ TACKLE. lances d e Fish, Salt and Fresh. Poultry. she CROWN SEWING MACHINES. istful CAMP AND RANCH OUTFITB. re six old Jas. J. Gibbons ys of Manufactorer and dealer in --see treet: Sbut they cart, the HARNESS, SADDLES, bill COLLARS AND Il:illll,ES. Sited Stock Saddles a Specialty, and Central Avenue, Great Falls silk BAKERY! ass Delivery wagon makes regular daily iin rounds and delivers si- Bread Free of Charge. Ct- EDWARD ZINGEL, h avSecond street South between Third and Fourth l's a F. M. MORGAN, ch SArchitectand Superintendent I Plans, SBpcifications and rotimatee given on r, abort notice. Office next door to poetoflice C. A. CROWDER'S Boarding House. FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM. First avenue South and Second street, back of r Murphy, Maclay C o, store. e JAMES H. BAILEY, FEED AND SALI STABLE, HORSES FOR SALE. First Avenae outi,, Great Falls S,(J.zDTE. Pr_ ids. ,C. .-.. EITV.ER, Secretary I'A . B,..O-. \cý'Prer A. E. DICKER MA., Treasure. THE GREAT FALLS atoer-Pow er Townsite Co., THE INDUSTRIAL CITY. - GREAT FALLS, having the greatest available water-power on the American continent, is destined to be the chief industrial city of the northwest. The Montana Smelting Company is now erecting here the largest works for the reduction of ores in the United States, and other extensive manufacturing enterprises will soon hbe GREAT FALLS is now the terminus of three railroads-the St. Paul, Minne. Sanolis & MIanitoba, the Montana Central and the Great Falls and Sand Coulee line. It isthe CommeIial Center of Northeru lontoa. It has a population of 2,000 and is growing rapidly. Enterprises now under way and to be inaugurated will more than double the population this ye . r. NSo town o the Rock Mountain region offers greater ind',cements to the settler or investor, and all such are re plectfully invited to come d: .ee for rihemselves. For information regarding GREAT FALLS and surr,,ding country, adtdtress CHAS. M. WEBSTER, Secretary, Great Falls, Montana. t - -_. Xt. U. LUUWkSN, PRESTON KING IS. CATARCT MIULL VIPABY ,ns, Merchant Millers. aS. nufactnrers of the following Brands of High-Grade Fluhr: Diamond, Gold Dust, Cataract, Silver Lear. ES CAiN PAID FOR WHEAT. M1ILL FEED FOR SALE OFFI,( t - c, t \venue, near corner of Park Drive. MILL - Foot of Central Avenue. alty. REAT PALLs ua t l a l l s . ' - . " - - SFINE SHOES! dai LAR GE STO CK! LOW PRICES! g Budge & Kenkel, Second Street, Third Door from Postoffice. RINGWALD & CARRIER, Are headquarters for Clocks .'. Watches ... and . Jewelry FOR NORTHERN MONTANA ven at n .T .e' y fron f rman"facturers in the re. t ani t eir t re Old jonk but tdngy t alho e DUNLAP & MITCHELL, e. Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. ack of A Share of Your Patronage Solicited. Cor. 3d ave. south and 2d st. GREAT FALLS, MONT. Expert Tonsorial Artist. Park Hotel, Great Falls Fas In Connection, the Best-Appointed Bath-Hooms in the City.