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Whatthe Commission of Medical^Examiners Has Done and It^Doing
Physicians,So-Called, Who Will Not^Attempt to Pass a Simple Ex^^amination.
Two( Iiln^*m- M^^ll(o^ Ajtpt) fur IHpln-^ui.tt I lt.'-f Who IImw ll^-^-n liivrn^^ ^rttftiMl*-*.
Themediral Ixinxd worked hard all day^yeatfrday In executive senium, and tr^r^g^acted a lartfe Auiniint of butttneas. Over^two hundred application* for certificate*
ha\ealready t^een rerelved. Soiiit'of Mm
allegedftjMifcf have failinl to nut in an Hp^penranet* and have until the 'JVth iMt to^ancwer, after which dat^* Mm dndrict at tor^ne^ will intervii'w them. A number of^^urnriaeo an* promised re^ardintf tho** who^will be rejected, no me of whom Maud very^hi^h, but have failed to nana an exaunna^tlon. An Instance of this kind was one^practitioner who anpt ared for exainiiiHtton^y^ stt-rday and could not tell how many^thine* there were in the human lt*K- The^tM^ard real:/et^there will l^e vw^^roui pro^|a*tl trom the rejected ^aft Olie^m the n ^ ii.i^ i- m the hoard^said yesterday. ^It U a duty we^owe to the eoaiSBO^tty at lartfe Ut har LfcOM^who ir,H- wi/li human life. No favoritism^in oi.own. we Ua\e prepared an eitaatoaV^th.ii which is set down in tin* law. the^nqeettosM aw not complicate*! or itfleult:^an\ man who pn-tends to he a ptiysician at^all' should readily answer them. I would^consider It a ( rime to tirahl a man a Otftll^( ale who i an not atifwrr Mm QttMttNM pro^BOttSaMa Miid there are some whoHceduca^tiou on the simplest princ iples of practice^are sadly d dii ient.
Ihe rejecli-d list is not ohtalnahle at^pr. seat The Iniard will first notify those^i^ d-d of1irlalJ^, and tflve then ample op^pot r ill It). it they ehoost', to leave tin- BOM^tr^ In tore sei'irist their names in print. It^U nadecttood that several have lett IM t^ r
rtioryalraaiVi knowing they could not
the '' ir i field a lengthy discussion ji*s-^1i rda^ MoralM to decide what percentage^wuii il tie considered KuflirWnt to Justify it^in ^ inu ci rtiticales, and decided upon an^mi pet eeM averau**- Questions on the fol^^lowing hram-fies are given to each appli^^cant, wfio retiree to a deak and submit* toe^ajMWere in writing: Ariatoiu), oMotrtea,^ph^siohmy, histology, diseahes of wntm n^atid children, chemistry, diseanc*. of tin* ej e^and ear, medical JurUprudeuce, surirery,^mati i is medica, practice of Mt'dsfUJe ami^nrr\^iiN diseaaes. Oral examinations are^vranhdln rare exceptions and then only^by a majority vote of the hoard.
Apeculiar caae before the hoard yester^da^ was the application for certificates by^two Coineoe pli^sicians, Wong 1 uck and^QOO l.oy, twith of Helena, It is sa'.d that^iphysicians secure most of their
practiceHinnntf white people, and as a rule^are (juackft. They were informed tiny^would have to undergo examination the^san.e as any one else, hut how to get at it^is what poll log tin* Imard. The ChlQeee^medicos do not understand th^ Baalish^language well, and unless they can soon^Iram the medical terms oectirrag to the^ijui'stmns, they stand a poor chance of^being granted certificates.
Amongyesterday'a applicants was Mrs.^Catherine Moran, of Marth\ni^-, who ap^plfi d tor a certificate to practice mid srtfer) ;^she o m died (o appear for examination as
tobar qoallieatioM in this Uae,
Kveryph^ sictan la not re^^quired to undergo the examm^ation when the person's diploma satisficH^the hoard Another pcculmrit) of tin- . x^aiuinatioii is tfiat it lias hrougnt to light^numerous colleges of iu^*dicuie never be^fore l.eard of. With each of these the SM^retnry will have to NVMtWN to invest!^gate diplomas, as well as some of (lie old^USaUtuftona, the validity of certihcale.s^credited til which the tMiard may have rea^^son to doubt. Altogether the secretary^says tie will have to wntc to nearly ^uo col^legen, peodlng replies from which, applt^cations for certificates for those interested^will hang fire.
Mrs.Henry Watson, of Butte, hearing a^certificate of proficiency from |,j ing in^in spital, (ilasgow, Scotland, appeared and^ask* d permission to praotMO midwifery,^which was granted.
Dr.A. II sayer, of hillings, passed an
Kftfd ent eisJolsyolsoOi getting an average
otM |m-r cent.^Those who were granted certificates at
ytnit rda^'s session wen :
i Maria M. I^t an, of Helena, John M
Wst' r*. Boaeaaaa; Samuel I, Kelly, Three
Forrs; John II- ^^w lugs, Deer Lodfp ;
UeorsWrigfit Foetet. Moaoaaaa: N. J.^HaleatL Helena; * . M t/'haiubhss, Heleoa;^II. D I'ickman, Dillon; Jacob I,^ason. D .^Um\ Wm K Builanl, Helena; llenr\ El^^liott, Butte; F. M. lliggn s. lieo W. M-n^roe. lieo 1! M^^rse, Boi^ man. Wm. Kay,^Win. 11. Allen, I'bilipshurg: Kd^gar .1. Klet- her, Bootoor: Ira A.^Leigh ton, lioulder; Lewis A. Vawter,^Kadershurg; W. L Miatik, Livingsh.n, 1^K l*orre^90i Warm springs; Clareoee D^Crutcher, Fort Beaton; Kotit iv k Qontoa.^Ureal Kails. Wm. 11. Geldtoorpe, Hmd^Coulee; A. K. Langway, K. A. Hr^h^ke,^in: John II. Fairfield, (ireat KalU;^Alfred U. Ladd, (ireat Falls; Qoo. W.^King, Mar^s\ille; Krnest Crutcher, Ureal^Kalis; Frank v Hedges. Missoula; W. M^Ku ird, Wlckes; Erasmus 1^. Leavitt,^liuth ; J. It. Atchison, Helena; J. H Kim^halt. Hilling-; K. M. Whitefoo1, Boiemao;^Jos (' Hunter, Helena; A. Kudd. Jeter^son City; John B. Harris, Victor; J. K^Wahisley, Obotaaa; It. L Qllleeple, Frank^D l oma, Jom. Legault. JBO, Howard, Win^lodd, A. Treiuolay, B^ W. Drake. J. H^Haimuond, T. J. Murray, John W. Ouao^J. A. Maguire, II. A. Wusden, 0. W. N. w^ton. r T. Hough, J. C. Johnston, of Butte;^D. It iiillinger, Missoula.
Amongthe physicians whose diplomas^wi re Investigated and found (^ K, thereby^not necessitating examination, were Dr
W.1.. Steele, of Helena, who holds th^^oldent certificate In Montana, being dated^IKGT; ttobert I; Smith, Wm. Treacy, C W .^Cole, J. m. Sligh, Oeo. 11. Barbour. D k^rarmlchae), O. C Baldwin, C. s. W.^Thompson, J. M Keed, (*. A. Kawsor),^Kai o hulea, Win C Morris, A. (i. Noble,^of Helena; A. F. Kudd, Jefferson City; Dr.^Crutctur. (ireat Falls: Wm. M. Bmlard,^Wlckes; W. 8. Snyder, Anaconda. U. M.^WtntefiMit, lU^/.eman.
Certificatesfrom the following colleges^will be rejected, it being the same list con^^demned by the Iowa medical tatard:
AmericanKclectic College, Cincinnati, O.
AmericanHealth College, Cincinnati, 0.
AmericanUidversity of Philadelphia^This in Buchanan's college, wfio is uow^ser\ing a twenty-year sentence in the pen^itentisry for giving a reporter two diplo^uias in one day for S10 apiece.
BeachMedical Institute, Philadelphia.
Belkvue Medical College of Maasachu^setti
Colhgeof Physicians, aud Surgeons of^Buff ilo. New York.
Collegeof Physicians and Surgeons of^Milwaukee,.
KHectlcMedical College, Philadelphia.
KdiutnirghI'niversity of Chicago aud St^L^ uis.
KxcelslorMedical College of B iston.
ToeHygeo-Therapeutic College, Bergen^Heights, N. J.
Hyge-Thera|H utic College, N^w York^city.
.loplinMexlical College of Joplin, Mo.^Livingstone Cniverslty, Haddontiled,
Medicaldepartment of the American^I'mranmf of Boston.^New hugland I'niversity of Arts and
N'i h 'es.
NewKagland University of Arts and^Sciences. Manchester, N. If.
PennsylvaniaMedical Cniverslty, Phila^dWnhla.
PhiladelphiaUniversity of Medicine and^Surgery.
Physio-KclecticMedical College, Cl:*eio-^nsti, U.
PhysioMedical College, Cincinnati.
stLouts Kclectic Medical College, St.
StLouis Homeopathic Medical College^(nut the Missouri Homeopathic Medical
CurtisPhy no-Medical Institute. Marlon.
AmericanAnthropological University of
Medicaldepartment of the Drake I mi^versily, Des Moines. Iowa.
KtngKciec ic Medical College, Des^Moines, Iowa.
Coiu-gHof the I'niversity of America, or^its later name. DruuLc Hanchorclao Uni^^versity of America, Buffalo, New York.
Whilethere may be one or two in the^above list that will pass muster, diplomas^from (he uncertain ones will usng until in-^| intlgatnd There are other diploma*
fromdoubtful institutions, not included In^the above list, which will also be investi^^gated.
Thesixty day s allowed to put la applica^^tion will expire the ^v*th mst.
Altera long executive session isst night,^the ttoard adjourned until Tuetdav, May *.^The menibeia will return to their homes to^^day.
fANH-Large assortuietit of ladiea fans,^among them handsoiue party fan-
Kataioa* i lam*
THEYHAD A TIME.
ru tuuug LasHea oao i aasl on*^^.row ^jrataHeafti^Just before nudnight last night a hack^was driven rapidly up (.rand street a d In^It was a woman screaming at the top of her^voice. A man wa^ in lai aaaH and pedes-^tnsos could hear him at4al the woman in a^low tone to stop her noise, hut she terslsted^inn-reaming until her Ties were stifled^evidently by the woman's male companion^placing his hand over her mouth. The^hack wm followed from Jackson street to^Itodney, the pedestrians falling la-hind, of^course, as the hackman was going like^mad. It turned into North KodfaOf and
vaaaaaalaalto view, lupidiy as the ve
hi^^ passed an Im.ki kM'KM reporter in^the dark, noticed then was a light hay^and a black or dark bfOWa horse drawing
Carefulinquiry lavealed nothing, no^hackman having hauled such a load as d*^s^ r.bed. Their side oi toe story.
Anotherstory, and probably the true^one, was heard. Two respectable young^ladies witti a predilection tor champagne^and fast companions were induced last^evening to go out for a rule by a couple of^hhMMla, ami the result was all sang, ^see^how it sparkles, this drink divine/1 and^^hank the drink until flu y were ^loaded ^^I he outcome was one of the young I adieu be^came hysterical and was dumped into a^hack and driven home. Her escort, gentle^man as he claims to be. when he arrived at^tt e girl's home coolly took her In his arms^ami aepaallosj tier in the front yard, where^she probably remained until she was sola r^b^ fore creeping to tier rooax, ashamed and
I.ioinmi M4MI UftM muslins in^bleached and unbleached; suitable for^house linings, butter andcDoeas cloths.
HeadTraps for the I nwary in aaothOi^c(du nn. It will hem lit evi ry married or^single man.
'Ihe business of the territorial secretary's^Ofl e yesterday consMted III UM Issuance^ot a notary public's commission.
AndrewIt.-rg and Joaaai Lund, of^Maryaville, were grant.* 1 a marriage li-^Celiae yesterday by Judge liowcy.
I'hecity scavenger hasn't force enough^for the work he contract, d to do. if the ap^^pearance of a number ot alleys is evidence.
Yesterdaywas ^I . rtdaj. and appro-
priat services were held in the Catholic^aid Kpiscopal churches. To morrow is^KasU-r Sunday.
TheWoman's Relief corps of Wads worth^post, (i. A. H., are aooaideriag the pro^gramme ot an entertainment to b^^ given on^the evening of Memorial Day, May JW.
Theregular monthly W^^^ting of the^Montana Society of Civ n KoglaeeM will he^held at the office ol K II tleeklec tonight.^Important suhj^*cU will as consnb red.
ClerkParker and his assistant, Jesse^WiNon. ar^* kept busy I here an- np-^wards of 4i*i cases on the trial calendar^for the term which opens next Monday.
K.D. Weed, sccntaryof the repimllcen^territorial central committee, is niging the^m-cenalty upon republican county commit^Mmi toeall primaries and conventions for^nominating candidates to the constitutional^convention.
Divineservice, with preaching in the^ICngllsO language, will Ih* held 00 Kiater^Sunday at 110o'clock, by Ihe Hev. Dr. W.^A. Paasavant. of Pittstmrg. Pa., In the^rooms of the Young Men's Christian Asso^elation, (iranite block. Main street. The^public generally, members aud friends of^Ihe Lutheran church of all lands, are^kindly invited to attend this service. It Is^contemplated to est.dumb an Knglish^speaking congregation of this communion^in Helens, and measures are now being^taken to secure a central location for a^Lurch in the near future.
HoteBBV- Ladies silk hose in black aud^fancy colors. Kai.moii A- Ci.akkk.
personal.Leslie U home again from (ireat^I. llogan. of lioulder, is in the^Matthews, ot Port I teuton, |g in^M. Malooe, tin- railroad man, is^lilake returned from^is a guest at
JudgeHenry N.^lle/.eHiati yeaterday.
ilh iataam al aHajaaJa
Judge.luiilus ti. sanders, who succeed* d^himaelt as aolles magistrate, i|ualilied yes^tenia y.
Hon.(iranv ille Stuart arrived in the city^yesterday on b.isineaa connected with the
W.J. Thomas, c^f Kaderahurg, arrived^In the city \ eeterday aud leaves this morn^Ing tor Phiiipshurg.
Aid.Henry Khin.ot the firm of liana A^Klein, leaves today for California. He^will aaaboeat for some time.
Mrs.Robert llotaaa Walpole, of Kng^land, formerly Miss Louise Corbin, of llel^ent Is riiovnng trom the illness which^threatened to terminate fatally a few^Weeks ago.
KeV.Dr. Passavant, of Pittsburgh, C. W.^MeNare, ^t Ne^ fort and K .1. Sherry, of^Canton, Mass . were among yesterday's^visitors to the 11 ^ard of Trade rooms. The^latter gentleman is nefefof the purpose of^testing the uuailty of the waters in the vl^einity .^t Keleai to ascertain If they are^suitable for washing wools, in the content
alaaaiwoosea ajUU to be started here.
OatXAKlan t^ ^ i f% seventy five iaajl^ladies Uaaa coiursand cutfs: new patterns.
Thepolice made their u/.arterly roundup^^d the bawdy houses yesterday, and this^morning a mixture of races seldom secu^will appear helorc Judge Sanders to con^^tribute, from S5 to $10 apiece to the city ex^^chequer. There will he American girls,^Germans, Africans, French, swede and^Chinawomen.
overone hundred women were served^with notice that unleax they pay the (no-^placed on keepers of bawdy houses, they^will have to leave town. Over were^psid in yesterday.
(ieorgeNadell was given ninety days in^the countv jail tor stealing a man's coat,^watch and money He assured the Judge^tfiat his girl Blanche took no part in the^sffair and she was released.
Thepolice are uuvsually vigilant these^days and Wise no opportunity to run in any^^one without visible means of support.
(iac/.Kmkkino^Full assortment sizes^i.idiea and childrens gau/.e Meriuo under^^wear.HAl.l Kill ^v ci.AKKK.
Boardof Trade Journal.
Thesecond form of Msjor Uobert V.^Walker's ll^^ard of Traile .lournal has been^printed. The publication was to consist of^sixteen pages, hut owing to the increased^application for advertising space it has^been found nec( ssary to make it twenty-^four pages.
Thelist of mem tiers of the board of^trade, togetlu i with their business occupa^turn, is printed in the book, ^,UU0 copiea of^which will be made fur the first issue,^through Maj ^r Walker's energy the ^ aid^now has l^ Bjoajbi 11 m gooil standing.
Hai.iuii.^,an-KuM assortment sizes la^^dies ualbriggan vests.
Haiku,ii ^ Ci.akkk.
UnitedStates Trial Jurors.^The lollowing named persons have been^summoned as 1 nited States trial Jurors to^appear st the court uousa April 'Hi at 10
JohnWorth,.lames M^ Kcnzie,
iVterKruger.Kuland il .man,
Wm.11. i.uthrie, M. Uurui.^C c. stubbs,Richard tiobeck,
8.J. Uver,Henry Sleben,
Caaa.E. Colbert, J. K Wilson,^M. L Stone,L S. (1 Van Wart.
KA. ( rng.Qoo, I). U attie,
Jan.il. Mi 1 aiiand. iCd. /immerman.
OldSleuths Turned Out by tha Scores^by Agencies Over the United^Slates.
HelenaHas a Number Who Could^be Spared and 8Hould be^Suppressed
w111 ii. ^b.- Mite spin lows Ooaaaalaiaoaoi^Th*^ Atumpt aeaaoM **^**! La*f
Thereis something p*-culiarly attractive^to the a\erage mind at^out detective work.^I'tif imagination has a great deal to do^witti things that are very simple. A .nan^to l^e a good detective must Ih* naturally^shrewd, of clever address, persevering, and^^aafaall, have good common sense some^thing the ordinary detective doep not |m*b^sess, for the reason that nature did not^kindly provide him with Mm necessary^brains. Then, loo, it take* rears of train^^ing to make a good detective. 1'erhaps the^be^t men in the world to ferret out crimes^are reporters who have had training on city^papers, liy the work they are required to^do they naturally acquire what is called a^n^^se tor m v\s, and one who has that Is a^detective.
Personswho form their ideas or what^detective* an from rcadingtiahoriaii. Cath^eruie (ireen or even ^Old Sleuth^ would^be surprised, and perhaps disgusUil, could^Ibsjj uiect the insinuating gentlemen who^are sappoasd know ever^tfiing and who
niieakiiiggenerally-could not detect a^bad smell in an alley. This accusation is^not loo sweeping, though there are many^good no n iM-longmg to such agencieN as
I'lllkertoli's.Thlele'h, KuMoltg s Kiel others
Perhapsthe fake detective bureaus hive^more to do with the number of alleged di^tectives now 111 existence than an)tiling^else. They don't have ever) thing to do^W ith It, however, as some appointees of^municipal governments are as worthh ss as^those turned out by bureaus.
Anumberotdet. ctive bureaus are driving^a rushing trade all over the country. The^Central iMcctive bureau, of lopeka, Kan.,^turns out detectives by the score, and in^Montana,^siM-cially in Helena, are men^going around with tug couimiNsions made^out on parchment, having a big seal in red^and gold in one comer, all of which coat^nut $5. The boss thieves who inanuta t^ure thief takers only ask tor the sjonef,^which pays for the certificate of life mem^^^^ r i. p andajcar's subscription to tb^^1^ tertive World, a publication which is a^useful paper in Us way --to regular ot^brers. This agency furmsheH cacti of its^dupes with a badge and a permit giving^the bolder the right to wear a lug revolver^and pass himself into ail places of amuse^^ment
TheGfaaaan bureau, ot Cleveland, ohm,^the Wichita (Kan. i agency, and otber^agencies, ere of the same k iml, aud are all^engaged tu hVecing the unsuspecting, or^rather robbing those who deserve to be^robbed.
Notlong since a young man was swin^dbsl by the (iraunan agency out of $5.^W lit ii I.e received Ins diploma and badge^he realized that he had been duped, and^wrote hack offering to sell commissions for^a commission, received a liberal offer, and^has since aaaa engaged In the business.^He has made sixty dctectiv* s up to dale^ami baa done hut very little canvassing,^lie things that if (he suckers continue to^bite be will have a force of imagiuarv^tt ^ tiveN in Montana which would make a^formidable showing If marshaled for pay.
1wo Itoys, neither one isy.ars of age,^sons of well to do parenls, are wearing the
bodgesfaralabasj by the Graaaao ag^ocy,
andreally imagine themselves sleuth^bounds on the trail of a desperate mur
derer.if the authorities ao aottake tholi^guns away from ttum they will imagine^they are called upon to arrctd someone,^and may get hurt
^ue Helena character, who is well known,^seems to be a harmless kind of fellow, but^^ ven be ih announce lie was made a de^tective iij (iiaiiuan about two years ago,^and has thought himself to be an officer^ever since, lie carries a pistol, nippers^and a pair of handcuirs, but has never MOB^called upon to make an arrest but oaae.^and was knocked down for his pains, as all^others of Ins ilk should tw who attempt^anything of the kind.
GeoraeDuncan liryson, it is said, was a^full Hedged Orannaa man, and was in the^habit of exhibiting his commission before^be and Mrs. l.umUtrom took a walk, from^which she never returned. One of his com^^rades has invented a tairv story by which^he thinks (its rge can get a new trial.^There is about an much truMi in It as the^story ot the cabby on the trul Mfbo testified^to seeing auotber cabby at the Northern^|*aetae depot wearing a blood italarrd start^the night Mrs Laadattoai disappeared^That story was fiction, pure and rumple,^invented by a newspaper man; but it aWM^tliat other stories, e^pially talse, aru be^ing worked up by so called detectives.
Itis bad enough for irresponmhlc rm-n^and lH^ys to be running aiouud the streets^levying hlnckiiiHll on harlots and doing^other disreputable and dirty work, bat^worse when they try a) hold up reputable^cin/ tiB It is know u such attempts have^been made.
Anoffice! was asked yesterday it orders^had ever been given to arrest thesetpseudo^detectives, and he replied if such orders^had beea given he had never heard of^them. Questioned further, be said he knew^there were a number of snide dctectm s ii^the city, some of whom live olf women ot^the tow n. Mich a business ought to com*^under the head of bunkoing ami sure thin*^games, and the representatives am-Ntcd^and punished accordingly. The city has a^detective who is paid to arrest all such^fakirs, and if arrests were made it is pretty^sure that punishment would follow.
Sn| i MiKiivvKAU- Six do/en ladies silk^vests in blue, lavender, wine, scarlet and^ecrue.ItALhlOll a Ci.akkk.
U.S. (trant I'ost No 1, Sons of Veterans^held a business meeting last night at w hu h^It was decided to attend the department^em ampment at Itutte on May lit in a body^The Itutte camp proposes to give a grand^ball and hampict and will make the visit
Theioe.ii post is tl'iurishing Ten new^Sjnaibofl were voted upon last evening ana^there are about sixty other applications be*^fOtO them.
Itha^* been learned that the national en^^campment to lake place at Patterson, N.^J , has been postpoiitHl until September.
Along felt want supplied^the first class^restaurant of J, W. scar IT.
TiaeTwenty five dozen of white mull^ties, embroidered ends; new patterns.
AprilTerm of Court.
Althoughthere are over 400 cases on the^d . ket of the district court for the April^term there is not a murder case to be tried^aud only one tor manslaughter, that of the^Northern Pacilic locomotive engineer^whom the grand jury indicted for criminal^earelestneas for the death of Henry Ag-^gen. He was run over and killed by an^engine switching in the Northern Paelttc^yards at Helena. Judge lilake says he In^^tends to clean up the docket if he has to^hold court until duly.
Ifyou are In need of artificial teeth we^would advise you to go and examine the^beautiful celluloid sets^something new, at^Drs. Mi me A Head.
Tli Hoard of IliMiior* of lb* UVthoilUt
^Hi i.. aasassi * *it^.^After long and laborous work the board^of directors of the Methodist college asso^^ciation, have selected a site for what will^be known as the Wesley an university. The^place was deciued upon st a meeting held^at Kred (tamer's residence last night, .last^where the location N the hoard are not^ready to make known yet, owing to the^fa -t that the articles of agreement between^some of the donors have not been reduced^to writing, but this part of th^- work will^be completed at a session of the board to he^held this morning. It is known, however,^that the land accepted contains JUO acres,^and it Is very atari] certain that It Is^located down the valley about six mites^dMtant
Theagreement with the directors re^^quires work to be commenced a ifhln ninety^days, but it la understissl through Hev. V^D. Kaleigh, secretary of the t^oard, that^ground for the structure will be broken^within three weeks. The plans have been^selected alao. At first a *ing 40xhu will be^erected, but in Itself will be a complete^building. It will l^e tour shines high and^(he estimated cost is 9150,000. The uni^^versity when completed, however, will cost^a deal more.
Itwas decided that three terms shall con^^stitute the collegiate year, at 916 per term^for tuition, and in the event of the building^Ih mg unfinished in the fall, houses will be^rented and the first term will begin at f fiat^time. Ar *he Msy conference of the Heibo^dist hi- os the hoard will instruct the^con fere i to secure an eminent principal.
Acommittee was appointed to secure^teacher*, and when they shall have been^selected the course of study will be deter^^mined upon. A committee was also ap^^pointed to solicit further subscriptions for^building purposes.
Taiii.k|jiwm^^1 hite and colored^Table iiuens every grade.
Teeth,extracted without pain with the^electric vibrator at Drs. stone A Head.
Aheadof All as Usual Where Grace^Ssved.
Thefollowing letter speaks for itself and^will t^e read with intereat by the many^policy holders of the New York Life In*^surance company In Montana
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siidmiakkk Baoa. MA.NfO. Co. I^.1 AMh* It. (ii.a-4, Manager.^Sa i.t I j a k k City, I'tab, April .11HH9. J^W. II. lit ers, President ot the Near York^Idfe Ins, Co. l^ear Sir I beg to ac-^ktiowledge the receipt of the New
YorkLira Ins. 0a's check for thhU'en^thousand four humlred and sixty-four dol^Ian (^11 4^1) in payment of the tontine^policy and accumulated dividends ot my^lat^* husband, James II. '.lass, held In^your company. I'robably no other^company would have paid this loss ss the^policy had been allowed to lapse. Taken^Jan. llth, IKHM, the next premium was^due .Ian. Iltfi, IHW, which was not paid^and .Ian. lOUl he died. The thirty days^nraee allowed by the New York Kife on^tontine po.icleg in payment of premium^saved this sinoiint to myself and children.^Tlio accumulated dividend on this policy^^mnuntnd to nloa huridr*Ml and mxty tour^dollars (S'.hW). Complete proofs of death^were handed you less than three weeks^since and the check was given Bjg to-day.^I'.ease accept thanks and sppreciation of^tin* just and liberal treatment we have re^^ceived at your company 's hands.^I signed | Keeaeeifailjr,
MlCS. lAMKH It. (iI.ahn.
Thispurely mutual company is leeosyd^to but one in point of age, and to none in^point of strength, soundness and reputa^^tion.
TheNew York Life is the largest purely^mutual company now issuing tontine poli^^cies.
Forrates apply to K I). SnifTen, general^agent, ' .i.mite lilock, Helena.
Trapsfor the Unwary.
Assessmentsocieties, cooperative asso^^ciations, benefit organizations terminate^their insurance and cease their ijuestion-^uhle protection immediately upon any as^MOMaoajlteal being promptly paid. Node-^pendance can be placed upon the assess^^ment company. A co operative life in^^surance company gives no paid up policy,^and no matter how long one may have paid^he gets nothing should he not submit to^any and all kinds of assessment. Kefusal^means Iosh of all money a previously paid^into such associations as the Hankers and^Merchants Life association, San Francisco;^Hankers Life association, I ^^ s Moines;^Hankers Lite company, St. Paul; North^^western Masonic Aid association, Chicago;^Massachusetts Itciieht association, Huston,^Mutual Itenelit Life association, New York,^Mmual Ueaerve Kui.d association, New^York; Uoaaectleul Indemnity association,^Walerbury; Hartford Lib- and Annuity as^soclattoii, Hartford; old Fellows Mutual^Insurance company, Ualeahurg; Ancient^(Oder I'nited Workmeu, American Legion^of Hon, Iron Hall Order of i'ontl, etc., etc.^Out of fifteen hundred co operative or as^^sessment life insurance associations, living^and dead, not a dozen, all told, have paid^all fair claims. *
Shewill Insure her life in the New York^Lite insurance compauy, whose tontine^policies are the best investment any wo^^man, single or married, can make, ami the^greatest protection that can be ottered by^husband, parent or brother.
Menof Character and Energy Wanted
asAgents in All Cities of Montana.
Withmen who have either a reputation^to sustain and mean to sustain it, or have^one to make and mean to make it, the \^*w^York Life Insurance company will make^the most liberal arrangements consistent^with a sate and rational condact of busi^^ness. Persons engaged regularly in other^occupations, who may yet have a portion^of time at their disposal, which they desire^to utilize, are also invited to respond to this^notice.
KlVl^. 1). SN1FFKN,
UraniteBlock, Helena, M T.
SarhHi nuoNs- Handsome styles In^sash ribbons^all prices.
Ii\l l !^ ll A Ct.AKkE.
MontanaCentral 8unday Excursions
CommencingSunday, April 7, the Mon^^tana Ceutral luti way compauy will mske^a rate of one fare ^ho centsi for the toumt^trip, every Sunday, Helena to Alhambra^and return. The train will h ave Helena^at h:25 a. m , arriving at Alhambra at MV^a. ru. Returning will leave Alhambra at^faaf p. m., arriving at Helena at IJI p. m.^These excursions will enable all parties to^enjoy the excellent baths at the springs,^besides giving a day's pleasant stay at this^popular resort Persons who do not wish^to remain all day can return on regular^ti du leaving Alhambra at mm a. m.
Lauieh' Hkapv Mads suit*^Our^stock of ready made suits and wraps beats^'em all^they sell like hot cakes, the shape,^style, make and prices suit everybody. Al^ways the largest stock to select from.
Thefollowing real estate transfers were^filed in the recorder's office yesterday :^Will Ism A Cti-'Mniao to William h Larevu,
hoodfor lb-mi, lot* 10 and 11, hlurk ftl,^central uddtUonf
K1*. KlcbariU anil w itt^ to frank P. Hud*ay^tt al lot \ blork K, Mauldln sddltlu-^ I
.1.Iin S. M Mitll ^i ax tu KntiiaosPla A^* a tin. lot* is und lU, block 5, Valley^V.ew addlUon TOO
JobuCBullitt, Jr , Uuatet, to CbarlM H^I ^-^, lot 1- blotk 5, Northern faclflc addl^^Uon boo
(^in.- h i.e.- to Archi* at. Uiaaby, lot IS,^block \ Northeru Pacltc ad Ilil u 1,1)00
laOMSB'aka to James 8wan, lot 14, block^O, B:ake aitdlUon 700
FrankH. Ciirk et ui u^ Conrad Movkel, lot^t#, block L HHana U^waalt^.. 1,000
KrexlerlckBelachoa*t ua U^ Howard J.Low-^rey, lot i, black MS. Helena townalt* 400
Takea look at Fred (tamer's show win-^AOWa; they are models ol elegance and^style.
UnionPacific Railway Company.
tinand alter May 1st, 1H8D, the second^class rate from Helena the Missouri river^points, via the I'nlon Pacific railway,^Council Bluffs, Omaha, fit Joseph. Leaven^^worth aud Kausas City, will be #25. a reduc^^tion of $7 60.A. E. Vka/ii,
Pass.Agent, N Main street, lle.eua.
I:m n Town ^* Juodo/eu linen towels,^the largest and hlient stock In Helena to^select from.Kai.kh.h A Ci.akkk.
Allof Nol J*mith Uussell's friends will be^| a' th-' opera house Monday evening to see^| him in '*A 1'oor Helation,^ the new comedy^in w hich he is said to have marie the hit of^his life. The ^|imint comedian is supported^this year by a large company and he comes^to Helena fresh from hrllliant engagements^In san Krancisco and Portland. Ou Tues^dsy evening a rollicking farce comedy^DO U d ^U^ * Itched,^ will be present-d, and^Mr Uussell will close his alVtoo biief en^gag* merit with a special matinee Wednes^^day afternoon.
C'lumen Ing to mot row MM Mont.ma^Central will begin the i s...-wi^ ir x. ursions^to the Prickly Pear aud Missouri river
canons,where Is the beautiful scenery that^has acquired for this road the title of the^**JajaJ| Koute.^ The train will leave at^H Jtf a. rn., and an elegant dinner can be^secured on the cars. Passing through the^i ^ ir^^^ ication* a spleno. 1 . o-w ot it.i-^Ian^lscape may be had, and thoae who de^^sire may stop at either place, having ample^tune to climb the cliffs, or those who preter^may rtde clear to Cascade, where the Pa-^eitic expreas will be met, which will resrh^here at 4:44 p. tu. One fare tor the round^trip will be charged.
Theexcursion to Alhamsra springs will^also take place, the train leaving here at^H 'JO. Since this excursion was inaugura^^te 1, three wefks ago, th^ seating capacity^of the train has be^u taxed tu the limit on^each occasion.
MathTow ki.h -60 dozen bath towels all^kinds, including the f*est.
i;m i ion A Cl.arkk.
TheyDo Not Like It.^U. Y. Warner, K. C. iierendes, Vinlng A.^Oaafti W. L Northrup and Hon. Will Ken^nedy came in from lioulder yesterday as a^represeutati\e delegation of the citizens of^lioulder, to wait upon 8. T. Hauser and^ask him to Intercede In their behalf in con^^vincing the Northern Pacific that it would^be to their advantage to huild the branch^into Itutte via the lioulder valley route in^^stead ot through the BosaeataJU pass. The^tact that orders have kaoa given to com^^mence Hie construction of the adopted^route, is sufficient guarantee that the lioul^^der citizens r* ^jiie8t could let he granted,^no matter how willing Mr. Hauser would^be to intercede for m
lio/emanChronicle: Iter. A. 1). Kaleigh^gave his lecture entitled, ^Wanted, a Man,^^to an appreciative audience, at the Metho^^dist church, Monday evening. The gentle^^man provoked several hursts of applause^during his remai ks, and some of his anec
doteswere pointed and well received. A^male 'juarteite furnished the music tor the^occasion. Mr. Ualeigii has a pleasant tone^of voice in sneaking, and the people of the^city are glau to have had the opportunity ol^t earing his lecture.
F1Macholer * a ppolu i iiient.
l.ivinoiio.N.April IV.^| special to the^Independent. J -Geo. K. Macinder to day^received his appointment as postal clerk of^the first sjaaa, to run between Mandan and^.Spokane Falls.
Tovisit our store to-day. We will have a^large supply of dressed poultry, fish, game,^oy sters, tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet pota^toes, and all vegetables that are in season^in any part ol no I ailed states. A car of^fancy lilucticld bananas. Strawberries^from California and Mississippi.
WhitkArito.Ns Large Nt^m'k of white^atTons, plain and eaibroklered, ladies' and^cfdldren s.Kai kich a Claukk.
Tryour best patent flour, the best in the^market, and Whittaker Star hams, at
JohnTi Mi ki'mv A Co.'*.
ScarfTis running the tin est restaurant on^'^rami street that has ever tiecn in Helena.
HELENA IN BRIEF.
1.W. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom \2 to 6 at the Hon Ton.
.lamesW. Harker, merchant tailor. No.^10 North Main street.
|U. K Carpenter's dental rooms, room^HU, Pittstiurg hlock. Take the elevator.
iro**ast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to .St. Paul and tin east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at 11:36^a. m.
It'sonly a question of tune,^ and a^short time, to... as to w* en your rheuiua-^ttaai wilt yield to Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Limit*.Inambsr of lutt* In Mil- h ! tin ^n for sale^Must isaa^aaas rfaldeocs property la ths city^For prlcttt sod tsrma, enquire of
Healf^1 proposals will h^* rerclTet) at the offlre of
theDarier^l^aed, rooiu M, Holler blm k, until^l-i.ielay, April *^, l*s^ at Vi o'chek nm^nt for^ronatructlrnc a i^c^^r on Me lei a h *ui- !r m^Idaho avenue to t \ atrwet, and oa Kixlney^atrr*^t from Helena a\enae to moivh end uf etrser.^Id the rlty ^ f Helena. Montana, arc. r-il- to^plant and Rpedri'atlons on file In Mi* ofltce of^- , ' u'i t, mm t ttewt ra, rot ni ^\ Uhk**nfeld^S*a^k.
At^on1 with two tufrlrlent puretles In a turn of^at l^ aat *^^ ^ ^ v (i^^ , ^ r sjSOJl. ot the groaa ami,ual^muft aOaaOiaaOf each propneal,
Thtcity reservea the r;. ^ tu reject any and all^Mda.
liyorder of ths ('Ut
ALKX0 MlTKIN (^Ity Clerk.^Oa'ed Helens. Mont., April ih, 1h^9.
Pubh^ Wo ka.
IVNDALE A VEN IE ME '^ EKS
Mesl**dPOSaosass sill I^1 received at tbs offlre of^the underplicn. d, n rnu W, H..'T-r hlock, an ill^Tueedav. * |^rll 3^ lhhl*, at Vi oMock aroa. for^rnnetrie lira Lysdsls av. nue stSSSffs in the city of^He If ca M'.niana acionllnK lo |. ana and apectfl^cailona on die to Mie offlre of Mip*^rintendent of^Howere, room S, Hlrkenfelrt hlork.
Abond a Ith two *ufflrle^ t aniftlea In s sum ot^st least tweaty iAh p*r rssit, of the i;ro*s arnouat^tDU^i aOOSSBj any each prouoeal.
Thscity reservee the right tu reject any and all^hlba.
Byorder of the ^ n ^ Coasrll.
ALBXC. BOTH IN, City Clerk.^Dal. .1 llrlesa, Mont , April IS, 1SW.
LeoaA. LaCrolx has ' -en admitted to a part^n^r*htp In my rt*\l a^tatH atd intararce haslaeae,^and tie firm will hereafter be L. F. LaCrotx A^Son.L P LaCHdIX.
MONTANAA VEN LB Forty V r^a and^cbarmlni; bouee mils from dty limits. If^sold to day, |J. A\ M biukers* Ownsr, room 1,^(irtalte bbira
liHUtI a LI SaOals horse, asalM iy senile,^P with ^ r without alue-aLddle. Bnqulrs of^Itoeainau Urns., l it rs street
HMK SALE -Un easy tsrma, ^lx-r*om brlrk^house, In p rfst'i i rder Cabin and barn ts^tear of lot. Curnf r Hear born tveuue and Hauser^^treet Bmiulreof Dr h K. E ^ ^rpenter. n^om^^^'. PittsbufKb block- Take ths elsvstor
MA T ME. SON a SriELE
oFFEKFUK HKNT:^RNlhHEI) UOf 8B^Wrat Slds, six rwmi
andatable. Iars^ yard, *wry deeirabts. hent.
i.1 ^ v iuh'nk Nona Bodasy strswt.^P wa er.sit. Hent, $*
H[xlk UOOM HOUHB-Nortltra I'sclEc add!^1 tlon New Kent, 11*.
HrjKNIKHBO HOL'bB^Bast Slds. six rooms.^H lerriid furniture, prlvats rssldeoce Owa^sr will Seep portion, If deelrwd- Low rant
1- ^ i I rssT ^or rsr t oa Helena avaaue, on ten^1 Z^ yesr Isaac, la business locality.
MATHEBON a HTKBLK,^UBM Mala SUswt, and near N P, Deput
BKOADWAV lots al |suu; payaoto, $ ^ $^^per month
LOTboa Brerksnrld**. fluu, pa* able, 1^doMQ, %'^ per moftlb.
7rBA^'H for |w.^ lota adJolnlBK Flower^V- ^ | ^) re.-addition $Px^ down and *r a
I|EMKAHI.B rssldsncs loU la Csatral addl^1 ' tt. a, within ons block from Helena arenue,
MATHEBONA 8TEKLE,^1WH N. Mala
r\HEBOLD st auction for cash on Friday,^1 May 17, at t 0 clock, p m , at ^ leurey, Mon^Una, ons t inplet^ Diamond Drilling* ontflt, little^ua^9d, suit lu perfect ord r For OOnst ulari sud^deet rip Ion apply to or adiress if M mil, Clan^cey, Montana, mbcts mscb uecaa be eeen.
LwkhALK A few hondr'-d thooasnd best^F building brick In the o rrit rv, st Ulll a^brlik yar i, iiamey, Muntans.
FlN a black soil for sale Leave orders st Mi sea^Morrla etore, or a4dresa Kmil Kluye
luK hALE - Freeh fumlly tow. in^uirs 4SV^1 Ueuu*n avsuue.
ANeU for aals cr toFxchafiic* fur city realty.^Addreea A. tt , li.dept udent.
LtyOlihALk Oue ssw lulll $JW one abm^le^X1 mac hine ) A pply tu U. U. Verg/-
IJUOM Man Mining st-,ck, bUi BBaJSJ 1^ r sale.
Xli i: , -ire at M.ir office.
liHJHBALE Two carloads of high wads lows
XImllt h SOfwj will srrlve April 4uth. tstlat^corral Helena avvuus, Luckey addition. Mont^gomerj A Co.
b'OhHAt E Two aoja ent iota In Uraud Ave^nue addition, on corner, lduil^i test, fur^* .. Enquire uf belle Crafton
Ot'hkand Lots for sale. A Brick llouee^of sight roouia, corner of Kmluey and^ttridge ats . ^MaVS feet, 16 fine a hade trees, also 50^ft*^i BaJoillUBaaM fronting un Hrldgest.; also^I'll teel truuung on hodoey st. snd Si lost deep.^Uppualle udw rsslituce ol A, ti. Ciarks.
H.P BTOlT, Agent,^MB Nouth Kouney st.
IV('ttSALE-Mtilngi of pure Lewhorna. An^X1 ply to the dsy (ashler, bou Tun tie* Wu ran I.
IjOrt ^SALE Oa ressonsble terme, American^X1 Uuuee, st Msr^svuis, Mont. Ap, ly on prsm
ForKoat^Dwellings, Busies* Places ,^lo
iuyOHKENT Two small brick atorea )unt dn^X1 lsbsd, on Hrldge street, near Main alreel,^Bn iulre of Dr. av K E t. arpenter, rojm 1'ltts*^buigh block. Take the el^\ slur.
yoHKENT A asveu room^1 Calkins A Feslherly s.
house. Apply si
L'rt HENT storerooma In l'ean b ock, also^X1 atoreroouia snd unless la I'lttsburga block^Inquire ot John W. Thumps u, ro m li. Pitta-
i'OKItaM Large light bssement^' ^o. Iw 1'ark avenue
lh'hKENT-From May 1, a six room well fur^X1 nlshed house, inquire at 41S bevbnth ave^^nue.
ikouuiai oraislidd and Unformatted.
IjXli HKNT- Three pleasant room tor light^X1 houeekeeplog, Sit, cor. Eleventh avenue^and Hoduey atieet.
LiXiKKKNT-anicely turnlnbtd room. Kn^Av quira at '^ f^ Six a avenue.
/1 HEN HOLsE. corner Uodney and Fifth^vl avenue. Nice new turnlshed rooms b^ ths^day, wevk or mouth.
LjOK KENT-a sulfa of froat rooms, well far-^X1 uianvd, SIT Elghta svenus, iixar i'urUr dais.
XUEFAClFlu or Lsnolr Hn iss fltsam heat,^elegant rooms, bo, 7!^, fl, e.lts f i.^u per dsy.
HARVEYUOUttB, orand street, new and^elegantly turulaued ruuins, alugleur la suits
WANTED-Aatxt m bwede girl to gooitos^lOBsfe e* ven uniee lrum town. Age lf**m^A* to -WagesCisaeral uoueewura. Call
UVKKbBBKBwanted everywhere at home or^to travel. We wlah to employ a rehauie , sr^sou la yuur county Ui im. k up adverdasu enls snd^show cards of Elect ic Ooous. Advarllseiuen s tu^oe lack'd up everywhere, on trees, fences and^turupiasa, in conspicuous places, in town sua^I Miir^ In all psrla of the Lntusa states and Lsn
ads. tewlj ^ iiij iiiei.l , WSgeS t .' * j .-r day;
expensestdvaur d, no talking retjulreu. tuual^wuik fur an or , gn of the tiuie. i duress with^slaiiio, Em^ry A Co., Msnsgers. ^41 vine street,^Cincinnati, u. no attention paid lo poatal cards
WANTED A flrstclsss I'nited btates li^^censed stesmbosl engln^er. N lillger,^Helena, M. T.
IKaTt LAHH Carriage Painter. Enquire uf
advsrtlssmsntsunder this head will oe Ir^serted three tlmsa trss of charge
ANTED-i first ^las^ teamster eanU a slt-^ustlon. Address O. M , this office.
\VTANTED-Willpay suy person $i^ out of^^^ drat mi utli s salary lor s p^sttloo as cash^^ier or bookkeeper. Audress Arcade, this uiuc^s
Ul'luat.ON W aN 1ED By ayouog man from^O tin* east, modi- place uaers lutel igence aid^fidelity will iw appreciated. Address 14* North^A arten stieet, r.,ju.
LOOK wants mining .an,in. Souse to run, ot^/ situation as coog. Audress U. E. Tuller,^Uel^ua, Moutaut.
XlfANTED^Situation tsklngcars ot horses In^v* pn\ ale family and to uo chores. Auoress
c,t 'srlrou. boxttie, city.
WANTED-Byan experienced miner aud^prospector a pari uvt to grubstake 'him to^prosper In aillston district. Auurtss Hubert w .^Hug*, Oranite, sioutaus.
billATION A lady who bas good experience^In hotel snd bosrulng houst^ work desires to^HSSSS uelens Address o, this unlce.
WANTED- By a young married man who^thoroughly underaunda bookkeeulng, sit^^uation as clera or bookkeeper. 11 W. this office.
YY'A.MED-Wurkof any kind by ayoung man^* ^ srBo ban had experience In real esUu^ office.^AiluretS D. ti., this uilice
ANED Ml ual ion as ^ hsmbermaid or light^house work Andreas s, J. B., this offlcs.
MANami wife w^ uld he glsd to manage a^hoarding huuse, mining or other can p Ad^dress X, posluthie a II am bra hpilnga.
IJiiKso.NS wUhlng yards^XT to edjrees ^usrd^uer
KLWslBT^Ten years sxpsrleuoe; first clwas^LJ letereuces. Audress V B. office.
.OoT- Two checks drawn by ths HI Metallic^Lj company, ot uranlts, on ths Fir t National^Bank, of Ueteas. Ketuiuto J k Fox, oranits,^M. nUna.
OST A bunch of keys, return to this office
pOL.Nl-A pocketbook. Apply st this office.
UH.TH ALE Is prepared to moTS safes that^^ weigh *,i mi puuods or less for $1 each^Csii at I. L. Israel ^ atote.
-vO l lCE Is hereby given by ths uodt-rslgned^XN tor bid* for a co. tract to excavats water^ditch 4 ^^ feet in length and two r el In wldin oa^top and lift eu inches st bottom and Ava fast^desp. For partliBlars apply to ^ ttaos John-on^and Henry Hay, Uelens. New u ater Company.^Urtena, ^pril la, is 9
ANTEDClean, c^^tton rags, for wiping, at^Indspsmobst press room.
MONEYto I sn on Chattel Mortgage security^by J. M. Johnson at
LOCKBYti OFFI B.
ANTEDTO KENT - About May 1, a house^of six or seven rooms, located near busi^^ness center. Address M , Independent offlcs
MONBT TO LO A N apon Uelsas real estate by^Edward C, Kaseel, room 6, Thompson block.
WmmmLoac^ tt: a, a. r. ^\ a. at,
*A regular communication of the above^.^fj^named Lodge will be held at Masonic Tern-^iLJTl''e, mmer uf Broadwsy and .lacksun^/^Actreets, on first snd third Saturday svs-^nlngs at 7 o'clock.^Members are requested to bs prompt in sttend-^aos.
SojourningBrelbern are cordially Invited
WM.D. sMl I li. W. M.^OBO BOOEEK, secrsury
Is]the Best in Montana. Our Patterns are the Newest, Our Qual^^ities the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.
WaInvite lovers of art to t all and our ataaMaVM Stock of .JAI* KltiS which wo^imported from Japau direct, art uothiuff likn it has ever beeti showu^In thU market before.
Ourfull ntock of Wall Paper Ih now open and r^ady for inspection.
LyonsUmbrellas and Canes.
Miners'Goods, Etc, Etc.
BOSS OF MONTANA
Positivelythe Beet Made. Patent Cuff, Snap Fastened, Sewed^and Cemented Seams.
HydraulicHose and Nozzles.
IMMedal Crack Proof anfl Snag Proof Hat Boots.
Waiterand Bar Jacketo. ('arpentert aud Waltern* Aprona.
TEICHERTft WICK, PROPRIETORS.
OnSaturday, April 20th,
Inthe Atlas Block, Entrance On Jackson St.
THEFINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
AGrand Free Concert will be given on which^occasion the finest talent in the city will be on hand.
TheFinest Lunch ever spread in the city will be^served.
Everybodyis invited and all are welcome.
PORTER,MUTH ^ COX, Agents.
DEGENBROS., IMPORTERS AND BREEDERS OF
FRENCHDRAFT AND COACH HORSES.
Afine lot now at the Ry Zeiyler stables will be sold at very^low prices, as cheap ss can be purchased in the East.^They must be sold without delay.