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NewEngenders Have a Pleasant Hop^at Encore Hall and Enjoy^Themselves.
A Furious Wind and Sand Storm^Rages During tha Day to the In^^convenience of Many.
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TheNew England laaftlsf irav*- a moat^enjoyable dance at Kncor** hall last night^which wan well attended. It was denmn-^ntratedthat the New Knglanders are not^an averse to a frolic a^ traditions would^ha\e us believe. It wan an old fashioned^apple bee with a few frills ou just to suit^the exigencies of the occasion. It wan an^informal gsthering. All present were ar^quainted with earh other, and the stuT for^mality observed on state occasions wan ^lia^penned with. Not that there was trespass^ing on the hounds of decorum, hut just the^ahandon which all good people etijo^^when free from the cares of business and^of home. The music was furnished by^Yaeger's orehentra and wan excellent^NUnble feet kept time to the merry strauiH^until the time tor departure.
Amoi.itth'^se prenent were nrttired Men^dames Pedires, Webh, 1'atrtck, KHsc),^Collins, Casedy, Vaeger; Mium** Hi Ire,^Kuller, Howard, Ktiowles, Lehman. Kins^le^; Messrs. ^ A. Jialliet, QaofM Waikrr,^UeajraeQ Koss, I^ T. Patenaud. Maj Ma-^ginnU, Hugh McOuaid, T. Palmer. ^i. A.^^^^merville, A. M Kir-hards, Harry Yaetfr-r,^y. M. L'harihuurrif, W. A. ( 'hi-ssinarj. (. A.^Minor, H. K. I ibbetu. N. A. I^ojean, K (X^Ku^*ell, H. V I'll ton, John Murrock.^Frank CrowelJ, II. Cased y and .^am Alex^ander.
Ih^ U in.I i- ^.n a High and M^kr^ li^I ; ^ ^' nil for l*ei^|il**.
Thewind swooped down upon the^ it)^yesterday with more suddenness than the^wit tvfjf aoaatl down upon a fold. It had^not announced its coming. There wen* M^playful zephyrs capering in ad \ him I^pleased with the straws picked up in their^way and shrinking back abashed from loj^ing with my lady's veil or snipping at her^skirts. There was do playing bMi ami^seek around the corners, nor chasin*( up al-^le^s after a bit of paper, no loitering^among the trees nor whispering t^. the^i and trembling gra.-^. hut a wild^and sudden rush which swept everything^I)--!^-;| it. It was no cyclone, btttfteiM^nor tempest, but just a robttal western^storm unaccompanied by rain, Iightniiitf or^th under.
Whata citizen of Cheyenne has to endure^five davs In a week our citizens luffere :^for ten Lours or more, the velocity of th**^wind decressing somewhat after nightfall.^1 Im air was full of dust, and at timed large^sued pebbles would hit one, leaving an^unpleasant tingling sensation. I*edee^trians if moving in the direction of the^wind had their speed considerably acceler-^ated^' yot a gait on 'em,^ so to speak, it^going the opposite direction tacking had to^Ba resorUni to before progress eould he^made. Men fared better than tin- gentler^aex; unhampered by clinging drap^eries they could reach desired^points, blinded and smarting, it is true, hut^not wrenched in joint nor hruised in IIsafe^hut it was amusing to see a woman advane^ing in the teeth of the gale. .So much ran^vas spread iuu*t neefsnarily retard the ad^vance so brilliantly determined upon, and^more than one alter struggling naeuoosJM^fully to r^ ach a goal concluded to go the^other way. .Skirts flew in every dirertion.^and assumed as many fantastic htfures as a^penuant on a Hag staff. KibtHins and^^uuuces snapped viciously, and many^cheeks were atlaiue with indignation and^disgust.
signscreaked and groaned as if lament^in* their hard lot, haung to perform to^much weary labor because demanded by a^pitiless master. Awnings tor** themselves^t^^ shreds, and the trees danced a merry jig^to the last and furious piping of thf wind.^Jack, perhaps, was rig hi, while perched on^a mast during a storm when lie said he^pitied Dm poor folks on shore.
Dr.Liebig A Co. at l'acitic hotel. Main^^tn 11, uuui evening uf April 7.
DfcAIM OF SUSIE 8.
fttaWallKssawai r Man- Kill^i| l^^ a^i i m MawN * aft,
Montanaadmirers of horae n^ih w ill be^Interested in the following from the lir^ ed^ershd sportsman; Susie6. was well known^in Moutana for her splendid performances^her**, where she always was a favoritt It^is with feelings of sympathy for the owner,^that we have to announce the death of tin-^well known race mare Susie ^, by Manna-^duke, dam 1'uouette, which occurred at^Sacramento, on Friday morning, March H^It t-ms that the horses were out as usual^t-xereising, and taking the customary gal^^lops, when one of the Austrlian cults,^owned i^^ senator Hearst, beeaJM frae^Uou, t.ie boy who was riding losing^all controi of him. and the hors*^ran into Untie ^, injuring her^so severely that she only lived a few hours^sammy Cooper was riding Susie s, Llowl^tH'ing on the Hearst colt, and when the^shock occurred Cooper was thrown from^the mare sustaining several Injuries, his^collar hone being broken and it is supposed^he was hurt internally. Lloyd received a^bad shaking up, but at present w riting^im mi none the worse for the jar. Mr. A^\ Btevtaaoo w as the owner of Susie S.aml^it is said that only a short time ago he had^been offered S5.00U for the mare; whether^the tigure be Mffaat or not, the loss Is a^serious one to Mr. Stevenson, as the mare^was in fine condition and he confidently^expected lo win many of the early spring^events with her.
Duringthe heavy wind storm of yester^^day afternoon a tire broke out in a barn in^the rear of Major William Davenport's^residence, No. 522 North Rodney street^Fortunately the gale was blowing^northerly, and beyond the barn to^trie north Is a large vacant lot^The department responded very promptly^to sn alarm seat in by telephone aa^l three^strong streams from the Woolston hydrants^soon extinguished the bls/e. liesldes the^small harn a carriage and two sets of bar^rieis were burned and a quantity of hay.^Tl e lots Is fully covered by insurance.
Thefire started in the bay loft and the^supposition is that it was started hy flying^sparks from the chimney of a neighlH^ring^house.
Along felt want supplied-^restaurant of J. W. Scarff.
IdHrsnh or lnf^.rm^lioa a llr|n^rler^Ttuklras rroauluaial ^ Mlt'ii.
ArchieMctiregor, a promiaent sheep^man and miner of Diamond City, arrived^in Helena last night. Archie is known to^everybody iu the territory and is a genial,^whole-souled fellow, lie is a charming^companion, a good story teller, and noth^^ing pleases him belter than to relate his^varied experiences in the west fortu^^nately, or unfortunately, as he claims, a^newspaper man once wrote him up and^aroused his ire. Since that time a re^^porter has been his hane. lie never regis^^ters at a hotel, and it found out by a scribe^shuts his ears to importuning or gives such^laconic answers that the poof fellow on a^mission bent is lad anougb to beat a^treat. Knowing Ar u^ - peculiarity^Indki'kndknt reports*^interview turn with th
Arnvngat Ibe Cosmopolitan the report^^er put his best toot tor^^ld and asked^^Art* you Mr. atcOregt* ^^^Yes/'
Anynews out your ^;iy
Whatdo you know ^:^^
Don'tknow anything '
Moware the mines mskUsflr
Neversaw tin m looking tor anything.
*lmean how are the mines^
Wehaven't any mines. Trying todls^cover Home. ^'
Whatare the indications of success in^that line .'
'Have you any placer mmei nettr Dia^^mond City P1
Dothey pay P'
Ilowdid the sheep stand the winter^'^^^llaveii't seen one in two years.^^^Bat you have large Mocks.^^^1 know it
Wellhow Is the weather in your sec^^tion^^Tolerable.
Arethe fanners at work ^
Theyought to be.^^^Are the .
l,ookhere, young man, you ought to be^talis aed.^^The reporter was satisfied.
W..1. tieddsid and Matilda Uedbatf^were married yesterday by Kev. T. \.^Moore.
Therewill be a directors' me.-ting of the^Helena Hoard ot Trade this evening at 7^o'clock.
Theannual meeting of the motor com^psny to have taken plare yefd. rday was^postponed.
JamesIfilcy will hoard for forty days at^the county's expense for stealing a hat.^Judge Sanders sentenced him.
Thewdocity of yesterday t^ windstorm^was fifty miles an MM as reported from^the local signal service station, it w as a^northwest gale.
KdSullivan, for stealing an overcoat at^the depot Thumday night, was given^ninety days in the county jsil by Judge^Zanders j esterday.
InaaentloolM the names of the ineor^poratorsot the Montanalirick Manufactur^^ing coiiipeny the name of Henry Vogel^was uiiinteiitionally omitted.
Win.Miller, the young man arrested
Thursdayas a luspictoui character, wss^releaeed ^esterdsy . He said the ^HtlH found^on him were his hsv ings from hard work.
Theestate of Dwight T. 1 i^HHlell was ad^nutted tt) prohste yesterday. Nick Kes^sler and (J ^ Itundy were app^unted ap^praist rs Usd the widow executrix by Judge
Kev.J. C. Qa4M and wife arrived in the^city yesterday alter noon and will have^charge of the Presbyterian mission work at^the Northern Pacific depot. They are^now living In that putt of the city.
Ithas been arranged that thed A. K.
aaaaaelhiii take ptoee in the 1'ittsburg^block. The enc Mupneat will aNsemt^ie^n^ m Wedoeeda^ .and Mde fair to ba largely^attended and an Hit* resting event.
BakerA Clark Itros. have sold to Hon^W. C. (tiiiette the full hloial native bred^Krenrh dratt hay aoH Kusso for ^ Aim^to 1 larnard Itros . ot Augusta, hay ^olt^Plato, Ml ^2 bred ^ years old; price $HOb.
T.II Klelnschmidt is in po-vstflon of^one of the moat t^eautitul gold and silver^ta*aring qoaftl Specialeac extant. There^is wire gold and wire silver, the former^i uniting thro igh the rock in lateral lines^and the latter in vertical threads
Infortuationof the whereaUmts of Frank^Harry Wellman m wanted hy his sister,^Mrs. .1. 11. FerrK ot Carthage, South^Dakota. Wellman was last heard of In^Helena Mrs. Ferns and her mother are^v^i^ anxious ahout the hrother ami son.
JosephIterlaee, accused of sleal'ng^aUaUsg mactiinery and selling it for old^iron, had a hearing before Justice Klatchaf^yesterday. His attorney entered no de^^fense, and the prisoner was held m - ^^- to^await the actum of the grand jury. He was^remanded to tail.
OaajiAgent MgBI yesterday received an^unli|iie device known as the lugersoll pig^puzzle which is muling as much excite^^ment in the cast as the famous 16 puzzle^did. The pig puzzle is baUal (tent abroad^by the Northwestern railroad company as^an advertisement, and in its instructions^says those who have had experience in^chasing pigs will duly appreciate it.
TheHoard ot Trade Journal Is now in^the hands ot the printer, and there is one^chance h it lot all who so desire to have^their names included in the membership^list. For further particulars call on Major^Walker, secretary of the Iniard. Member^ship certificates now cost Sill, but in a year^the prediction i* made they wilt he worth^S60.
aaarflis running the nnest restaurant oa
tirandStreet that has ever been in Helena.^PERSONAL
J.W. MorTett. f | iiutte. is in the city.
W.It. Hey hum, of Murray, Idaho, is^visiting the city
0,K. Fool, of Kadersburg, la s guest^the (iraud Central.
J.C. Crain- r, Um u.ming t^from KUiston last algbt
J.A. Ma , ^ rsoii. the well known trav^eling man. is at the ^ osmopolitan.
HughKirkendail and .lames F Gardner^went over la Bottc y esterday evening.
S.C. Ashby and family returned from^Nev\ York last night, where they have^been visiting for some time.
Miss.salHe Hunter, of liozeman, Is vis^^iting Miss Stella Dayton, of 1500 Lyndale^avenue. Miis Hunter is seen tar^ of and^an earnest worker for the W. C. T. W and^is one of lio/eman's fairest daughters.
I'aulS. A. Hick a well known civil^engineer who has been absent from Mon^tana about one year, has returned to his^old home, bringing hts bride with him.^Mr. and Mrs. Hickell are domiciled at 606^Kwing street
Cardsare out announcing the approach^ing nuptials ot Miss Mamie Finney, uf^Ureal Vails, and Herrjert II. Heed, the^bright young manager of the Helena^branch of Bradstreet's agency. The happy^event will occur Thursday, April II. 11^o'clock a. m., at the home of the bride's^parents.
TheLargest Stamp Mill in the World^That of the TreadweJI Mine,^in Alaska
Arrangements Perfecting to Run^8pur of the Northern Pacific to^the Iron Mountain Mine.
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paaeaaeTMfcejai atarfteajBj i^'^^wining Keaaa
Y.M. C, A. Socal.
Thisassociation gave a most pleasant re^^ception and supper last evening. The hun^^dreds who came were entertained with in^^strumental music, solos, duetts, trios and^choruses.
Kverydenomination rendered valuable^service by sending contributions of food,^dt lnaries, flowers and fruit. The ladies'^auxiliary society did yeoman labor In col^lecting. setting and waiting upon tl^tables. The association is flourishing.
WttleCecil iiaker. 2 years and lu months^old, and the son of K. H. Iiaker, who lives^ou the Benedict ranch in the valley, was^killed yesterday by a gate falling upon^h in No one witnessed the sad accident,^and alien it was discovered the child was^lying beneath the gate dead. It Is not^known whether he was climbing upon the^gate and so pulled It over upon himself, or^whether tb^ wind blew it down. The fu^nerai will take place .vindey at 4 o'clock^p. m.
Teethextracted without pain with the^electric vibrator at Drs. Mom* A Head.
Millineryschool,^street, is now open.
Tryour best patent hour, the beet in the^market, and Wbtttaker Mar batua, at
JuliaT. Mi i.i Mi A Co.'o.
Publishedby I hald, Mead ^ Co., New^York, Is deservedly growing m popularity.^It is full and satisfactory,without being too^exhausthe. It is what its name implies,^International, !^^^-^ not aa Itntish as the^Itrilannica nor so American as the Amen^can. Dr. McMillan, president of the Col-^bye of Montana, Deer Lodge, says:^-When one ha* the International h^doesn't^need any of Hie others, when he has all the^others he yet needs the International.
Mrs.Ik K- lierndon. Virginia City, agent^for the work in Montana, is in the city and^will offer the people of Helena a rare op^^portunity for supplying themselves with a^Bral class cyrlo|Hdla upon easy terms. No.^J IK Warren street.
Dr.Liebig A Co. at Pacific hotel, Main^street, until evening of April 7.
AnnualMeeting.^The Helena Heal Kstate company held^its annual meeting at the office of Porter,^Mulh \ Cox yesterday, for the election of^ofhVers for the eusulng year which resulted
asfollows: President, A. J. Davidson;^secretary, Wm Muth: treasurer, W. K.^Cox; manager, J. P. Porter.
Thelargest stamp mill In the world Is^that of the Treadwell gold mine of A u-ka.^in whlrh ^lit! i Jones, of Nevada, is a^large it not the chief owner. That mill^now consists of 'J40 stamps, with a crush^Ing capacity of tons of ore per day , or^two and one halt tons to the stamp though^possibly the daily average crushed does not^exceed 500 tons. There Is also attached a^ehlorlnation plant of unproved character^for the treatment of hiyh grade swlphuret*^i ten tons per day i rumnnu about per^toD. The average grade of the mass of^ore treated by the mill Is^kept a secret, but the average^monthly output of mill and ehlorlnation^works i^ estimated at -; ^^-Some of
thevery richest ore as yet taken from the^mine aat I teen found lately ^^julte rich in^free void. The ledge from which this rich^'piart/ has been taken is *up|^osed to ex^^tend through the adjoining Paris claim^into the I- .if - Nest as dl.i' lohed by opera^tions with the diamond drill, says the^Alaska Free Press, to which we are in^d- hte.i for our details. The Ih-ar's Neat^company also propose the erection of a^large mill and plant of probably rjo stamps^this spring. Them- mines are on Houglass^Islam), on which the lodge crops out at a^height' f HIS) feet abov e the sea level, atnmt^'l (a at feet ink k from the beach.
Mipt.k If Wallace, of the Iron Moun^tain mine, ttatew tfiat the trail from the^mine lo the railroad m fourteen miles long^and Is completed. Theshatton the mine i*^down seventy feet and over Psi tons of^shipping ore are piled on the dump. Ar^^rangements are iH'ing perfected, he says,^with the Northern Pacific pi run a) spur to^the trait, and Division Superintendent^Dickinson looks upon the proposition with^favor and will have a spur built before^long Just as soon as lite wagon road ba^ing constructed is finished ore will be whip^^ped to Helena.
ThePyrenees Mining company of |^..-r^Lodge county declared dividend No I of^five cents a share, amounting to IMML on^March Ha
TheMlver King (Aril i Mining com^pany have dispensed with the use of Jtur^leigh drills, and will use the hammer and^drill process In tha future, the superintend^ent claiming So p^*r day, on fuel alone,^will be savcff.
Dr.H. L. Hoyer, the I'hilipshurg mining^expert, has BOM to M. Paul to snhinit a^proposition tor the purchase of the Kuhy^and American mines, to capitsiists of that^plai'e, whom he represeiil-
ThePbllipsburg Mail's mining column^states that Superintendent Weir, of the^tiranite, will make no change in the miners'^wages, notwithstanding llurleigh drills^have been adapted. They will remain^S3 50 a day as heretofore.
TrieCombination mine at Hlack Pine Is^steadily improving and making money tor^the s'jM-kholders under superintendent^Aker's management, ttafflclent ore |o^keep a 40 stamp mill running is in aiuht.
Work on the (in at Kepublic, a location^fifteen years old. has been resumed.
TheOranlta Mountain last w *-k pro^^duced thirty sew n t^ars of bullion, contain^ing rti^,IV*'^M ounces of silver, and H4 50^ouaeea gold. Forty staaipa at tha new-^ninety stamp mill are pounding away on^ore. The company has Ito stamps stea^l-^ily crushing ore now. 'today the ureal^(iranite Mountain pavs its lift) second div^^idend of fifty cents a share, or afil.noo. mak^^ing total dividends to date g'i.ooo.tsio. A^grand showing is thin, especially with the^mine looking as well as it ever did. The^bullion output will he much greater for^|hw than any preceding year of the ^ir*n-^lle's existence.
Kecentlythe Buckeye Mining company^at I'hilipshurg resumed operations after a^brief shut down. A new superintendent^was placed la charge, dm ot the directors^giving as hi* reason, that it was belter*d^the h ad had been found an covered up ^ Mi^February II work was resumed and during^thai time the shaft has been put down^from 145 to 171 f-*et and other exploring^work done. Whether the ^lost h ad^ has^been found has not beta given out nut it is^learned from (tie Mail that operations have^again ceased and the pumps be* n drawn.^The Huckeyc is aetoek noainany and a^few Unite mm have baaa putting up the^money for its development, speaking of^the shut down the Mall says:
Thetrue cause for this action i* un^known on lhe outside; but it is the general^opinion that it Is to tret ^a nut some of the^stockholder* who have been hanging back^ami would not put up their just amount ot^the capital required in development work.^Mr. Kinney was seen yeaterda) b| a Man^lepresentative, and on being asked if the^shut down of the mine was permanent, fie^answered BMet emphatically. uNo.M^^The mine,^ he said, ^is king bet^^ter to day than 9*9t before, and is worth^ten thousand tunes Bote now than^it was two weeks ago.^ He -aid that Mr.^Kteque, of (he hi Metallic, vial ted the prop^erty this week and expressed a very favor^^able opinion of the liuckey e. Some of the^ore recently encountered somewhat re^aeaiblea the Iii Metallic amliiranite In ap^pearatice. The shaft I* now down |7I feet,^and utiles* work is continued before long It^will be ruined by the abundance of water^now coming in.
Bouldercorrespondence: C. L. Vawter,^of Helena, superintendent of the Klkhorn^Mining company, has lately returned from^a tour of inspection of Hat mines. This^company || prepared to put in a thirty^stamp mill as soon a* the railroad queeUon^is definitely settled, and a number of mines^are ready to get out large r|uantities of HO^and 540ore, which cannot be handled profit^ably with present transportation facihlie-.
NewNorthwest The trustees of the^lieer Lodge Minyig ami Reduction com^^pany, whose property is the Nonpareil^lode, on Cleu creek met I'm sday and^levied an assessment of one cent per share,^which will put 55.iski into the treasury. \0^work has been done for MM time, but it Is^contemplate! to resume work without de^^lay. l^r. ('. T^ Mussigbrod. tCeeara N J.^Ilielenberg, Conrad Kohrs. ('has. s. War^ren and Peter sherr are officers and lieavy^stockholders in the company,and will push^development when the proper time comea^The Mountain Lion ibafl has reached^a depth where the workmen are^now enggaged In cutting out for^the list foot station, where it may^be thought advisable to cross-cut. The^rock works admirably, and splendid^progress is being made. Owing to the ex^^cess of water in the tunnel, work has been^suspended in the winze, after sinkings^few feet, until it Is seen if the shaft will^drain It. The ore In it was found very sat^isfactory. The tramway is being com^pleted this week. Mr. ^^ahle is at the mine^and we are without late news. Supt. Kd.^Mills informed u* Tuesday the cross cut in^the t/hampiou had penetrated the vein^fifteen feet at the 860 foot station and wa^^still in ore. This is the latest advices we^have, as he has returned to the mine. An^^other ear load of good ore is now being^loaded. Mock is being field firm, and^fifty five to sixty cents asked- Doubtless^drifting wilt now begin on the 30** tool^level.
GreatKalis Tribune: Steve Pierce, the^well known miner, arrived to-day from^Neihart. He says there is a gooxl deal of^development work going on in the camp^and that the mines are showing up wt^so far as work has been done. A cross cut^just ma le In the London shows a vein of^eighteen feet of ore, some of it of high^grade. When ibe work arrunged for on^this mine is completed, which will he to^two or three months, it Is estimated there^will be 300,000 urns of ore in sight. The^Dakota, owned by Toole liros. and others,^is also being worked extensively and^makes a splendid showing. The Monarch,^which is bonded by Messrs. Clarke and^Katon, will probably be sold this week^The gentlemen are now in the camp am^may in addition secure other property.
ROCKYFORK RAILWAY.^The ^ ^pit^i u in, aseeeel la Two miiii^o
Atthe parlors of Mm Fatal National bank^a special meeting ot the stockholders of the^Itocky Kork A Cooke City Katlroad com^pany was held yesterday to ratify a resolu^^tion adopted by the board of director*^March '^1. On the date mentioned it was^deemed necessary to increase (he capita,^stock, ami the directors adopted the follow^^ing:
IIIsolved, That the capital stock of this^company la Insufficient to enable this cor^poratiou to construct its rati; and that it is^neeeaaary to increase th^ capital stock t*i^the sum of two million dollars S''40nu,nj|o,^to cover the expense of the construction ot^II,e mail.
Resolved: That the capital ^tock of this^ompauy he and the - , |g hereby in^reaeed to and ' ^ i at two million dollar-,^divided into twenty thousand shares of one^hundred dollars each
Amsiorlty of the stM'k was represented^hy proxy al the meeting and the action of^the directors duly ratified. There, being no^other business before the meeting it ad^jo timed.
Theroad is not completed, though a^train liaa passed over It. This was done^to comply with the franchise which re
iUreal ^ train b^ be, running at a staled^time. A force of men are actively engaged^in ballasting the traek, and in a few week*^the hue will be ready tor uninterrupted^t rathe and the business of transporting
oalfrom the great coal beds id i.i-i Lodge^will commence.
TheyHave^all the latest improved appliances tor get^ting out stone work at a minimum expense.^Montana ^ iranite company, city.
Dr.Liebig A Co., the well known, long^established and most successful California^specialists, from the Liebig World Dispell^sary , San Francisco, haveoifl -es for tree^consultation at Pacific hotel, 12 North Mam^street, until Sunday evening, April 7. This^Is said to la* the only responsible interna^^tional surgical luatitute that sends it*^specialist to consult with the people of^Montana twice yearly.
GUIi'i:\l- i WNKli CMI MIKD.
Set-ratKO Noble Unlet- llliu t^* M.*U^ So^More Keiioivul- I to in OIA^ ^^.
Washington.Special: ^Corporal^ Tan^^ner, the new commissioner of pensions,^was sat dowr upon pretty hard to-day by^the secretary of the interior. Tanner has^had a good deal to say in the hotel lobbies^a'MHit the way he intended to clean out the^democrats from the pension bureau, and he^had not been iii the office three hours he^fore fie removed the t hief clerk and in^^stalled a repuhlleai:.
Sincethen he has gone on substituting^republicans for democrat* without any^more delay than necessary to do the work.^The commissioner has, in fact, no power^f removal or ap|Hiintment. lie can only
rwooaaaaeajdto the tooretary of the interior,
buthe did remove and appoint in an olf^hand way and sent up in day a batch of^recommendations of removals and appoint^^ments, which tie fiad had already made.
SecretaryNoble thereupon issued the^following order:
Headsof bureaus and other officers of^this department will not call for resigna^^tions except hy direction ot the secretary ,^and m making recommendations tor the^dismissal ot employes will pleaae state^^paeltaeallf the reasons tln refor and must^state whether there has aaaaj due examina^^tion of all paper* on file m the appoint^inent division, and there must be trans^^mitted lo the secretary all papers bearing^on tfie *uhject and the recommendation.
Theorder put* a complete check on Tan^^ner, wfiose case it exactly hi* without^mentioning hi* name or tne fart that It was^intended to clip his wing*.
Thefollowing real estate tran*fers were^filed in the recorder's office yesterday :
(iBradford ^*t ni to I ^irv \ , s*npli* Ames,
allof Mink IMS, luU 17. I*. U. *i, as, aij^h ^ k I loin jo. :\. BL hlork .^^-, lot* \^in, 11, U, 17, IS, ft, S). 2^, *), ||, block
an,iou u, ul i\ n, ^-\- ^a bay, i-.u^ s. to,^11. la it. at,^, n,taiaee aat, iou s, r. 7, *,
it,*i, /7, him k ltd, lull I, 1, 4, H. 14.^IV, IS, ^. A, T.% *i, hlork fi, !^^!^ I, i, S,
4,hiork lea lot* 1, a K4 t^li^( *^1W.
5,a 10.at, Mock J04, Aium^Haw. ann one third inter, px iu tta ha
oftbo WW, W of ^^ ^. Tp in M., K 4
TtiuinwK (loo'iwintii rh hard I'undltf. lot
Idhlo^ k r, TMjoa'fl stldltloa 9^.
airlrk ^ ^ to L. W . i' ^ 1' loU ^ aad 7,^Uaekatt Northern I'arif.f ^: n: ^^ AS;^liarl*'^ W, Cannon ft u\ t^. Jeasle at.^' t. ^ :. ; .rt of IlU 7, S, % IS, 13, 14, lilfM k^M l, Uvlvnk townalta
MontanaCentral Sunday Excursions.
CommencingSunday, April 7. the Mon^^tana Central Railway company will make^rate of one fare ^ mi centsi for the round^trip, every .Sunday, Helena to Alharubra^and return. The train will leav** Helena^at a m , arriving at Alhatnhra at H:57^a m. KetHrning will leave Alhatnhra at^5:40 p. in , arriving at Helena al ^ Jt p. am.^1 th'Me excur*ioiiN willenat^le all parties to^enjoy tha excellent haths at the spring*,^beaidef giving a day '* ph leant *tay at th *^popular report. I'erhon* who do not wish^to remain all day can return on regular^train leaving Alhamhra at lu:5d a. m.
Millineryschool, No. 211 Mreckenndge^street, i* now open.
Ikj and after March 20 tfie stage* of this
companywi.' leave Cascade daily except^Sunday for all points north. Take the^stage at ( aacade for Fort shaw, Sun Klver,^Chcdeau and all other towns.
LeaveCascade daily at 'i p. m.
LeaveMin Rival daily at 7 a. m.
Connect*witfi all trains on M. C. It. K..^earrka passenger*, I . s. mail and express.
Don'thesitate, bat take the stage at Cas^^cade to get there.
TmaC. J. lhu^uiKAM^ Staok Co.
Millineryschool, No. 211 Itreckenridge^street, u now Open.
Johnl!rl|(lit ^ JaWMl tioealry.
Iti* interesting to mde that John Bright^r.ad undoubted Jewish hlood in his veins.^The Ahrahaui Kright who went to Cov^^entry early in the la.nt century had for his^arifa a aaAdaoaaa Javaaa named Martha^.lacohs. tine of their children was Wil^^liam Hright, and one of William's was Ja^^cob HriKht, and (he yourige*t *on of .lacoh^was another.lacoh bright, the father of^the illustrious Knfili*hman, news of^w hose death bai reatdied us from^aero*** Um sea. The mother ot John^liright was Martha Wood, the dau^ti^ter of a tradesman of Itolton-el-Moors,^(iba WM Jacob Hrlgfit't second wife, and^tie lived to ha\e a third. Hut Martha^Wood was the mother of all Ills children,^aii'l of rhildren he had eleven. Seven of^UM M Van son-* and four were daughters.^Hy the death of the firsl-horu, at the age of^4, John hecame the eldest of the family,^lie had been bom at tireenbank on Nov.^i'', mi. When his mother died he was a^boy of ta, Martha Wood was a woman^poss ssed ot strong and efficient intellect^^ual qualities. Site had been well educa^^ted, was fond o( tamks, and had a clear and^logical mind, she not only knit stockings^for her ehlldreti, but helped to keep her^husband'* txHtk*.
NkwVoith, April 5.-The Players' club^was besieged with caller* this morning and^hundreds of inquiries were made regard^ing Kdwin HtMdh's health. The actor Is^reidiug uuietly, and acting on the advice of^hi* physician, receives no callers.
LOsTBOVtApril (.-At the ..elctster^spring meeting the Kxcelsior hre*ders*^foal stake* for 2-year-ohls, rive furlongs^straight, was won by Kena.
TheLelrestemhlre spring handicap, a^straight mile, w as won by True Blue.
FatalAe. I drill at Ulioinl.
liiMiM.April 5-|special to the lnde-^pendt nt | - James Currle, a miner em^^ployed at the Peerless Jennie mine, fell^ilown the shaft early this morning, a dis^^tance of 200 feet, and was Instantly killed.
Mori*llidletmeiil* i u.i in*) MAI ^ei
NkwYoKk, April 5.^Two additional^Indictments were to day found against^Ives and Stay ner and Woodruff for fraud^^ulent issue of Cincinnati, Hamilton a Day^^ton st.ick to the extent tt( 7,100 shares of^common store.
NkwYoiia, April 5.-Phil Remington,^of the great Keunnnton Arms company, of^llion, N. V., Haiti Silver springs. Kla.,^yesterday.
t^ think It , ute a perMnal Injustice to dis^^play such fragility of constitution *t men^a tender age. When the family physician^undertook to explain the case, the cen^^tenarian father pooh-poohed the whole^business, and said that be always felt that^he should never raise that child. It has^been derided to keep the son's death a^secret from him as long as possible, as the^past month has weakened M. de t hevreull^considerably.
h De*a4sew Ills leak!) cniia.^Paris special - Henri Chevreull. son of^tfie old man of 104. was buried March 2U^Altliouifh (he iuvuatioiis were given in the^uauje ot Um father, he was still ignorant of^tn* los*. When about a year ago his son,^akj.d ^came brTaris from Dijon for bet^^ter medical advice, M. de Chevreull seemed
L0XHDAUP8Lo\i, JOI INKY.
An rilKlUliliiiui I.miking I i*i Ailvere
HItU U Uli,^.itititoSj
I'Hii.AKKi.iiiiA, April 5.-The Rttfa#af^to i nor row will say ^Lord LoUMlale, re-^eently rep4jrted dead in the Arctic regions,^1* on his way home to Kugland again. A^letter rer^*ived at llelhleheui from Mr^Wolf ifoarvin, the missionary stationed at^Nushagak, Kort Alexander, on liristoi^Hay, Alaska, in latitude seventy-nine de^grees north, i ^^ degrees west longitude,^says Lonsdale arrived at Nushagak mis^sion l^ec. 15 last year, after a long and^tedious journey of 4,'Sni mile* overland^from IfaukMland tn latitude seventy-five de^^grees north. This Is the farthest point^north that he reached. He reiuaiued at the^mission until Jan. 14. Tfie country he had^traversed from llanksland was rough and^ooen and tfie snow was terribly drifted.^The most of the journey was made no^foot The dogs barely managed lo drag^the camp outfit and provisions.^Dec. 1 the thermometer registered 106 lie-^low. Terrible bll//.^rd* swept across the^country continually and the most strenu^^ous effort* Were necessary to keep the^party from being scattered aud fro/en to^death. I.* rd Lonsdale estimates he trav^eled by dog sled and fool lu.ouo miles from^Winnipeg in a little more than a year. In^the Hudson Lay region, where the show^and ice were smooth, the dog* frequently^carried them over 200 miles a day. lie lett^the mission -Ian. 14 and with a^dog (rain started across tfie peninsula to^Katiuai, on the North Pacific From here^tie crossed to Kodiac, on Kodiac Inland,^where there is a whaliug station. The^earl sent word he would sail for Kngland^at once, but no news tias hern received of^til* arrival at any American port, and it is^possible he has turned whaler to get some^new experiences.
Ifyou are in need of artificial teeth we^would advise you to go and examine the^beautiful celluloid seta^something new, at^Drs. stone A II- ad
Mrs.Kred Budditigtnn has opened a^school of millinery according to the New^York school. Call and see the class of^work that an be turned out within an as^tonlshingly short p riod of time. Terms^are reasonable and hour* may be arranged^to suit pupils.
Dr.Liebig \ Co. at Pacific hotel, Main^street, until evening of April 7.
Theweekly meeting of the Sunday^school teachers of the Presbyterian church^will be held at the house of Mrs. W. A.^Chessman at 4:45 o'clock this afternoon. A^full attendance is requested.
Dr.Liebig A Co. at Pacific hotel. Main^street, until evening of April 7.
TheCalifornia restaurant has been re^^moved from lower Main sire t to the stand^formerly known as Walla Walla restau^^rant, upper Main street.
Dr.Liebig A Co. at Pacific hotel, Main^street, until e\ening ot April 7.
HELENA IN BRIEF.
LW. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom L' to 5 at the H ^n Ton.
JamesW. liarker, merchant tailor, No.^15 North Main street.
IK. K. Carpenter will remove to Koom^So, Pittsburgh block April 1. Take the^elevator.
tinand see Itaker and (Mark liros/ Im^^ported draft horses at llreck A Fisher's^sale barn.
'loeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new slo ping and^dining car route to St. Paul and the east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at 11:35^a. m.
Dr.I.eihlg A Co. at Pacific hotel, Main^street, until evening of April 7.
Themost remarkable cure of scrofula on^record have been accomplished by Hood s^sarsapanlla. Try it. sold by all drug-^itota.
NewGoods Just Received
THE BEE HIVE
Completeline of Men'* and Boys' un-
lauiidriedwhiteihlrta, BOa,^Lad law* silk lace inittern, Ue,^Ladlea' how, P^c, I2V\ loc, 20c, 25c and
MisseH'and Children**) hose, PJ^c, 15c,
2U\25c and upwards.^Men's half hose, tOe, LV, B0s% 25c and
Ladieh*silk vests, #I,V^, worth fi.OO.^Ladien' knit vents, 25c and 5^^c.^Men'a overnhirts und underwear, very^cheap.
Writingpaper and envelopes, 2^K*^box.
Afew more chamber seta at |4.00^14.50.
Completeline of Kaster novelties.
Men'sand Ladisa' handkerchiefs,^aud upwards.
Wecarry the largest and most complete^line of Carpets, Linoleums. Mattings,^etc . In the city, which we are selling^at Chicago prices, freight added.
fjNorth Main 8t.
THE BEE HIVE.
ATrip to Kansas City, Mo., op^San Francisco, Cal..
Dr.Mil ^ Co.
Sendtheir be*t Surgeon, Physician and^Specialist to Helena every Spring and^Kail. He is now at
22North Main St.,
Cntll4 o'clock Sunday Afternooa,^and will consult with all callers KHKK^OF CHARM and make contract* for the^cure of all curable diseases.
Remember,the Ltebig World Lhspou-^sary Is the only responsible Institution^I islting Montana HemLyearty. making a^epecialy of Chronic, Private and Surgi^^cal LUseaoeo.
QObQTi Id tha hyodicaU addition for aai#^UO cL^ap
$4001 oH two lu(^ lB **** i^*i^1 addlUuo.^aW I AL i^arKaI^ la tjotlavM pru^rtjr.
Cf QO c bi 1*1 an slatfftnt^0^ 1 OCO Hroadaaur \
....lui fo^t curnar lu^Uroadwktvr addltli a.
. ^ i ii. alley, termteaty
BtYH tbr ^.-^t ,.,t un Eighth ivvnut.^t* run ^ai/
$2800'w*-^i^lo^. flue lucailtju. ti^jo ^Ublr
new el^bt ro*^iu buuMt un^vaass( ^ff^f^d fur a ataf ^aly; iMtuaaaa/.
FK aALB' A ColombiA light roadster M ii. u^hli ^^ it*, with Butcher c^iluuiei*r; uMd bui %^^ti- rt tune. W M Buruley, W. L' Telegrsph uf
CilANOLaHhe* a *^^ cheap lut lor anl^ a the^Nurtheru t'exlflc det^ot.
I.UK SALK Two atijn-ent luU In Urand A*^^P nuea(idlU^^a, on corner, IUuiISu leai, !ur^Kii, i beUattafton
l4,^; hALK-Twenty freeh milch cow* t r^.-ii ^ 1 ^ ,
YN uld eatab.lehed Uquor a^uelurM. t'nuee
XX.of SllMna. IU he^Hu HCnqaife of W. U
1if an or Mukm Morrup.
MUCM^ud Lote for tale. A brick Uoum^ot eight rooiu*t corner of KoOu^*^ ^u^l^Oriage abs . . fevt, lb tine ebnde treaa,^fe^^l v/ijoining MMM fronting ^n Itrldg* M , aleo^Iii leei ir^ iiliuK on hoduey ^! fend H teet deep,^uuuoelit* u w realdku^e ot A. O. Ctmrke.
HI' ttlUUT, Ag^nt,^South Modke^ tt.
i.11 t M K Mtilngi of uure Le^(burD^. Ap^i ply lo the dny * Mhlert Uou 'Ion Ke*Uuranl,
LM'KsAI.K * *ii:,^^'^.^^ (ituii, Aoierlcnn
P ll'.ur., nt Mm ,c.iiif Mont. Ap^iy ou preui-
IjHJltSAI.K liouee, furnlahwl or unfurulehed^X1 A nice property, centrally iotnird on the^^^l tide. AddreM bui 406, city
ForHom -irweiliuga, iJusmeas Vlaoea ,^Ac
LOK Ka.NT - Kroru M ^^ 1, s tlx room well tur^X1 niibed aaaia luquire el -tit) beventh nve-
Hooms- furniftiied and Dnrunushod
FUKHK^r office room ^t ia^yi North at tin
J^L'HN tbllai) UiUMb WJ Benton nvenue.
LMKMaliULi room for rent, M boutu liuHvy^J^ airt^tt.
.UK l'A^ 1K1C or beuolr Uauaa^ bteem beat,^X. elegant rooms, lu, $1, e.Um $iper a^y
HAnVKVii^ M;, ornud etreel, new and^^ieg*uUy luriiUu^d rouuie, eiugieorln ^uiu
AMr.1)- 1 hree apprenllcee to leern the l il^lln^ r i trwue at 11. 1 unu t.
WAMKU-Aaale*man traveling exclutl\ei^^lu Montana 10 carry a Una ot w.mi i,o..^ i^^Irum laxioiy \ . with ittterenLta iuj tiul^pariu jiare, V\ . tl- 1'uiunm A Co., i. ^^ roaa^, VS u.
WANTKil^A arat-rlaes I nltad blaass 11-^cenefd bteamboal fngiueer. N linger,^il-i-ua. M. r.
1KbI t LAh.^ Carriage^A. V\t*i^fuburu-
'tinier. Kn^uire of
AM'ltOAn otfrever, or tiiit-f advertltH-r,^and one t' ihrtw aeeletauu ^According u^^ilAe ot couuiy ana population;. a*ila month nal^s: and eiprnava lo kfaaaasfai nau flju to aaeUl-^auti. No piHiailng. No eoiiciun*f. Uutlea c^n-^lined to maklntr coil*^cliout, uiatriltuiiUK prluWd^inaiter, pulling up auv^ruavmenh*, sABm ' ^^ ^^^^Ml utKHis, hiipeue^b advanceu j eaiariea paid^^ a^ u mouiu. ttnuoee tour cenle ooeiage tor lull^II m uaeu Hue uf atlvtfrtiaiug maiu-r lo ALaciKO^tiAL\AMo t o , 1'alfaCf buildlug, Llnun'iati, V.^Nf ailt*nllon paid to poatalcard^.
W|wiah to employ a raUable man in your^county. No experience re^iuiied, perma^nent poelUun for three yeare. baiary lucreaard^each year. Light, eaty, gentaei iiualneaa. Mtmey^advanc^d fur ealary, auvertlaing, etc. Largeai^mauufacturert in our Hue. Ancioae * out. au^poeiata leui**nniai M f g. Co., Cincinnati, ii.
Advartlaamantaundar thia hand will ba in-^aariad thraa ilmas tr^a ot charaa.
WANTKD liy a youag man who thoroughly^'irWerptauda l^ie making ot malt and mew^lug of KugLnih al^m, a aliuauou aa maicter and
brewer. **pply \ i ., thia otnea.
U'ANTKU-Oya ywung mariled man who^thoroughly nnderetituda bookkaepin^; anu^U willing lu make bimeell aener^lly .u.-iul in^any oualneeN, a alluailou. il. U., ihl^ oihce.
Wa.M'aUa poaitlon to do alvnography And^general office wora, wlik a g ud drm, i*nere^faithful aervica Mitl Iw appreciated aud paid fur^a ^./ i reference. Aduitee tor parucuiara, box^114, ^llllbgt, Mout
CITlATION WANTKii^A young lUbn who haa^w Lad axperience lu the mercantile uuainere,^^iealr^*a a eiiuatlou. la young and willing to do^hard work. Adureaa t*,, ihta otllct^.
WANTKI)by a ateady man to do general^work ai'out reaid^ uce aa coachuian and t .^make hi ma* It ge. era iy u^elul Addreaa, X U.,^iuia ^ i: -
'ANTtfllhltuallon by good cook. Addreaa^b. V , thia uiiiu).
WAN!aU^by a youug mairlod mau, an ot^hiv poaliion; haa bad thiee yeare expert^once lu raUroad and other otneea. Addruaa c^A., thia office.
ANTbil situation u houa**keepar or ct ok^Call at Wt.man a nxcuange.
A0 iMPATAMT w..inan wlehea work by the^XX day. can do All kluda of fancy coo*lug,^tjoUi In friemh and American atyiea, or will do^any kind oi work. ^^^^ relereme given, lu^, .ii- corner of llouack elr^et ana broadwny.
AKeapet-ible bingle Man waota altuatlou ae^foreman on dairy or fancy atock rau^ h. Hal^'^tfn. h iioteruor VS atei Btsa of California. Ad^drnaa, A. M. Ar bur, Ueii*na, Mont.
pOLNil- A poi ketbook. Ap, ly a( thia office.
LAUkdea:rt*a to have a ylri child two weeke^a \_ old adop ed by aome good family. AddieaA^baby, box 3on
VKKWgentlemen van be accommodated with^boaru by the w^ea At HI VV arren atreat
Camkto my place below tha N.I' depot, on^the \Allt*y road, on the night of April 'i or a,^n i r^hin-colored horae with blAck mane and tall,^braudi d A 1. on left ahoulder, ae nearly aa cad be^dla ^rued. Tha horae had saddle bridle and in ad^atall, with ahoea on bind teet and none on fore.^Owner cau hAve SAiue by paying charges And for^lh^a advertlaemeut. chenee uraaa.
iiNUYto 1 an ^ n CbAttel Mortgage aecurlty^by J. M Johntou at
WANTSDTOKKNT-Ahont May 1, a bouee^of alx or aeven rooma, located near buel-^ueas ('filter, Addreaa M , Independent olfica
U'ami.I'wall dreaeed men to bat g
aroundHweud Carieoa a new store t ^^uiake people belleva tie la doing an awful eight of^bualn^ea.
ONUYrtl LOAN .,^^!^ Helena r^al estate by^Edward C, Hosael, room 1, Thompson block.
VinNhVTo LOAN on reasooable term*.^xVL .Ino s. M. NeUl, Hooois ^ aud 7 Asbby^block. Main street.
fAN I fc. 1 ^ ^ lean, cottou raKS, for wiping, at^lni^sraNi^iNT preea room.
HrleuaLodge Mo. 3, A. f. Sl A. *l.
Aregular rnmmunlcatlon of the ^ ^ ^^^named l.odge will be held at Masonic Tem^^ple, corner of Uroadwajr and Jackson^i ' -w \-m- ^ on tlrat and third Saturday eva^^ninca At T o clock.^Mem Sera are requested tons prompt In attend
SolournlOk.'Urethern ar^* cordial!^ Invited.
wm.u. sMi i n, w m.^GEO BOOKER, J^ecralary
fuckholdera' Meet ng.
Noticela hereby given that lbs subscribers to^tha capital stork oftbs Montana A Canada Ha l
wy Co i.i env will meat At the office of the con.^pany In Helena, Montana on the 6th day of May^I next, at 11 o'clock a. m of that day, tor tns pur^poss of choosing dlrtcto a wbo snail manage lbs^affaire of eald company untU ths 0ms fixed for^ths sbuuaI elsclloa
HBhYBYBAKBol It^T H KLBINS4 11MIDT.
O.K AL BN. I^11 i-. UAl'^ER.^oBO H. UlLL.^Helena, M. T., AprU i. lSSS.
WEAKAdvice Free! flow u Act!
**ma _ \ | .mi Vlpf and MaakooS r^sraraS. fr*.
a*LjaIJs* aaatufp iNvllnaand Panrtloral diaaeWa^fa-^r.,r\ .--ir^l iruA.^^b.barhMwI^lM s^*i^d
Isthe Beat in Montana. Our Patterns are the Newest, Our ual-^lties the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.
Weiu\it^* lover* of art to call aud uf* our llHinNoim* Stock of J AT Kl lis which we^uiiport^Ml from Japan direct, ah uotliiiiaT like it has ever beeu showu^. Id this market before.
ourfull stock of Wall Paper i- now open and really for Inspection.
LyonsUmbrellas and Canes.
Miners'Goods, Etc., Etc.
BOSS OF MONTANA
Positivelythe Beat Made. Patent Cuff, Snap Fastened, Sewed^and Cemented Seams.
HydraulicHose and Nozzles.
GaldMedal Cract Proof and Snag Proof
Waiterami Bar Jacket**, rarpenterH* and Walter*' Aprons.
ALSODIGGING SHOES FOR MINERS^JmJX BOTTOM PEICES.
Mirnof Km Hoot on Housetop.
PORTER,MUTH ^ COX, Agents.
205;SouthMain Street, Opposite International Hotel.
KverythingNew and Complete. Prices rtMaMfcl* Koomn l^y the day, week^or month. Steam heat, ^an and elevator. Cat] and Hae uh. The only lire proof^bnildiiiK in the city.
E.L. Sliter 8c Co., Proprietors.
FinestImported and Domestic
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Helena M.T.
ChemicalLaboratory.^A. W. HAND,
GhalmBIook, Foot of Broadway, Helena,^Montana. P. O. Box 711.
No.20 Main Street, Helena, Montana.
WHOLESALEAND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Stoves,Mine and Mill Supplies.
CHARTEROAK and GARLAND STOVES