Newspaper Page Text
THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 14,
MontanaHorses that Hare Broken all^Previous Records in the^Racing World.
TheFuture Home of all that is Speedy^in Horseflesh^Armstrong's^Great Ambition.
n.-st and !^^'*'urrrii^ e^ of Local ail'l (;^d-^eral Inlrrrol In M^l1rr^ l^rt^lnlu[^to Hyr^t-. ^n^l llor^^-ui*u.
Monlanabu scored t jur Victoria on the^eutrtn turf sinct- the season opem-d. E ice^of the victors have been hfetl here. They^are first, Hamlet, at Memphis, Af.rU S3:^lv-er LodKe at Nashtille on two occasions,^thK latest bring a victory on last Thursday.^K^ta ot these horses were bred by Kohrs dt^J',ielen:^erif, of I^eer Lodge. The fuurth^and greatest victory was .Spokane's success^in the Kentucky Derby. Thus early in the^season have Montana breeders crowned^theiuselvea with glory, with the returns^tot all in yet. Noah Armstrong satisfied^his highest ambition in that event, but he^is not through yet. lie has a colt nomi^^nated for the great Futurity stakes of next^year*and may be ^xi^.-^Uxi to be promi^nently heard trom.
1heae events that have transpired have^awakened a lively interest in turf matters^;n Montana and will have the effect ot^urging bleeders to raise only the finest^horseflesh that can be had. For severai^. nr.', it has :^..!, maintained that Montana^wo .id pro^e the home of the greatest npeed^- of tfie world, and gradually but^bl.rei^ she is forging to tins proud position.^In the speed record of the American turf^^he is a.ready credited with three perform^^ances that ha\e not been beaten any where.^They are each in running events and were^made last year. The hrst is tne performance^of Jim Miller, who ran a quarter at^Deer Lodge, Aug. ^'^, in 21 hj seconds. The^second was at lielena, last Fourth^ot July, when iianiei 11., 6 years, b^ Olco^Klin, ran a three-eighths dash in the splen^^did tune of 'M j seconds. '1 he other best^l^-rtormance ou record, of running heats,^iwo In three, was made at Helena Aug.^a: the last meeting of the Montana Agri^^cultural and Mineral association, when^ltogu^, 'aged) by Uphir.iagedj carrviug 113^jhiuuiIs. ran a nalt mile and repeat in 4*^seconds.
WithMascot, Favonia, Contractor, Col.^..-.aw, senator and other trotters in^tlie neid this j ear the record of the Mon^^tana turf will surely be broken.
MMSMTAU AT THK FAIR MM)
Rirk.-uda.iland I.aifert)'* string ot fibers^ha\^ arrived from Walla Walla. The^stalile includes eleven horses and are S. S.^^^ ^JSf : l.ad; laxim, 4 years, rceurd - .-'^:^t oinrai tor ^t Col. liradshaw 2:Jt^; a^'^green' mare u^ Lamont dam b^ Dead^i Ao-year-old colt 7. 11. I.., entered^tor nursery stakes: tiregory, three minute^class: I'rocrastination and a carriage team,^owned by Col. Broadwater. Mr. Latferty^went to iiozeman to visit his mother as^soon as he reached home and proposes to^start in training his stable to-morrow.
J.P. button has also arrived with his^stable of runners trom Anaconda and has^already engaged in active training. His^Users include Koun Dick and Don Wade,^half brothers H Jim Miller; Truckee, by^Cariboo: Susie tilen by tileu Elm, dam t.y^si.ii ot Haft Lb*; Turtle l^ove, halt sister to^Mm Miller. Nniie ot these will take part^in the Fourth of July eveuts.
BillyWilliams, ot Carlersvilie, was in^town Saturday. He has a tine stable of^horses at Harry W. Childs' ranch. They^are Ida 1^., lien Cole, the tour-year-old mm^who last tall made the last heat in the 2:40^class in 2:32: also three two year olds: one^is Fleetwood, bj lien l.ommond, dam by a^sun Dance mare: one by Maxim and one^b^ Montana Wilkes. Ihe latter trotted a^^iuarter in 53 seconds when btoken only a^week; also Vera, a three jear-jld by h^n-^tiicky \ olunteer, rum h^ Smuggler, and^W. u. (.reeu's four-jear-oM Archbishop,^by Uishop, a promising stalliou colt.
Hesays that Ida D. never looked better^and neither she nor Den Cole have had any^taet work. In all probability he will bring^two or three ot his stable for the Fourth of^July meeting, among which will be a^pacer.
OENKRAI.Tl'RF NOTKS.^Harry W. Child has purchased the cele^^brated Montana stallion Ben Loiumond,^who will be shipped to his Cartersvnle^farm.
IkeMoorehouse. of Butte, sends over a^pacer to train tor the Foutth of July^events. He .8 by Tempest, dam by Com^^modore Belmont. Doc Taylor will nandle^him.
I'pto date there are live ^green^ pacers^listed for lie July meeting.
Therecent rains have placed the track in^splendid condition and the seventy live^horses now there are doing some good^work. *
^Breck a Fisher's stable has received a^'-^ear old gelding by Conway. He will be^rained tor the tall races.
Dr.Long lelt for Augusta yesterday to^in^e^iigate a disease that has mm M wa\^anion* Wm.Clark'.s horses at his Sun Rim^ranch.
Burns'Northwest Territory pacer moved^through the .luarter stretch Saturday in^^!^ A seconds.
f.iitieDick and Fillis, in Ureck a Fish^er_.^ stable worked three heats Saturday in^2:oO, 2-oOv, and 2:52.
Ihe uasii at W assw eiler's springs Sunday^for a t.lo ,,urse was won by E.l \\ ..c. ^'i^graj male: Daniel Ulevins' co.t, second;^K. 1 reuitt, third. As the winner passed^the winning post he turned sharply to go^into the stable. As he did so the stirrup^broke and Wilcox was hurled headlong to^the ground, where he laid some in mutes,^but soon recovered, his injuries being prin^^cipally bruises.
at*k.. * cm* Broa. yesterday sold to^Mark llaynes, of Clancey, the aUIlion cult,^Kologue.
tieorgeBurris and J. W. lngleman drove^out to the springs Sunday behind the cele^^brated trotter John F. While returning^t:ie^ passed through Flower Garden, on the^way to the stable. When Dear the barn^they met Mr. 1'yfer, the real estate man.^w ho also held the reins on a spirited trot^^ter. A street car w as also in the immediate^vicinity. Mr. 1'yfer s horse shied and^blindly dashed into the John F. rig. forci^^bly ejecting Messrs. Burns and lngleman^ou their heads, while Mr. l'yfer's buggy^.h*,1*1 wrw^k- The old-timer. John^r., boldly stood his ground and never^moved only to turn around and cast a iym-^pathuing glance at his unfortnnate guests.^Mr. Hum* escaped with scars on ots head,^nose and forehead and injury to his shoul^^der, while Mr. lngleman was all chopped^up. Dr. Dean dressed the wounds of^lngleman. who was not able to be out yes
J,^y'., Mr' 1'yter escaped injury,^the Horse, is the name of a new publica^^tion at Denver devoted to the turf, la^\ olume 1 No. 1 the following items of^interest are found:
Wanita,Mr. A. C. Beckwith's fleet Ken^^tucky colt, will start first this season at^Helena in Montana. Mr. Marshall's Col^^orado colt, Bismarck, will also be there and^there will be no walk over for the phenom^^enal red roan.
A.C. Beckwith, of Evanston. Wyoming,^will have ijuite a string of fast ones in the^Montana circuit this year. The horses will^also visit l^enver in the fall. The phenom^^enal filly. Vanity, 2:24 Aberdeen^Wy^^oming liePe. now a four-} ear-old, will be^in the string and some fast work is expected^of her. The Strathmore mare. Ollie, will^also be out for the money. Satin wood and^Wanita are also reported as probable ^sur^^prise parties.
spartan.225, G. B. lioodell's strath more^gelding, is doing some good work at the^owner's stock farm near Cheyenne. He^will probably go on the Montana circuit,^but tins has not been derided upon as yet.
Itis not known definitely that Little Joe^will be seen on the turf this season or not^He was rattled off last winter and brought^$1,000.
MissoulaItem: Asbury Plummet went^up to Haggin last night on a special, hav^^ing been telegraphed for to attend^to Marcus Daly's $10,000 2 year-old^filly. Mr. Plummer returned this morning^and says that the filly, which is a magnifi^^cent specimen of horseflesh, is dangerously^ill, but ihat there is a slight chance for her.^He thinks her blood has been out ot order^for some time, and a heavy fever is the re^^sult.
Amongthe Sports.^W. E. liooding. who managed Cardiff's^western tour, arrived in Helena yesterday^trom san Francisco. He says that Peter^Jackson will pass through Helena in ten^days en route to England. Mr. Gooding is^now endeavoring to arrange a fight to oc^cur under the auspices of the California^Athletic club between Pat Killen and some^California slugger. Mr. tmoding has also^endeavored to arrange a match for Billv^Hawkins with either Billy Meyers or Jack^McAuliffe. but thus far has been unsucceas-^ful.
TheyArm* to Attend Three Meetings-^More About U^* Wast Oraalte UceO.
TheGranite Mountain and Bi Metallic^officials pass ^d through Helena Sunday in^a special car. President Clark, who ar-^rived Saturday, joined them on the journey^to Philipsburg, where a meeting of the di^^rectors of the two big companies will be^held Tuesday and Wednesday, respective^ly. The party consists of L. M. and Moses^P.umsey, Paul Fusx, Charles McClure,^Charles Clark, Louis Deustrowe and Dr.^McKellops. After disposing of their bust^ness there, they will return to Helena to be^in attendance on the meeting of the stock^^holders of the West Granite company on^Saturday. Many conjectures have been^advanced as to why these ^'. Louis^people are willing to advance 9150.-^000 to the company in order to^secure a controlling Interest in the prop^^erty. One ot these Is to the effect that th-^Bi-Metallic people have explored the Eliza^^beth mine through their workings and^have for some time been extracting ore^from it- On the other band. President^Clark, of the Bi Metallic, loses no oppor^^tunity to throw discredit on the theory^that the Elizabeth and Bi Metallic veins^are identical. It is stated that the new^deai is assured ,,f consummation, however,^and that s425,0O0 shares of the West Gran^^ite will be represented at Saturday's^meeting There will be some op^^position, nevertheless, but the force^of it remains to be seen. The follow^^ing from last Thursday's St Louis Re^^public will show how some of the stock^^holders feel towards the approaching nego^^tiations:
L.A. Coriuard yesterday created a sen^^sation among the brokers by bidding SI 17 .^for 2,000 shares of West Granite, and fol^^lowing this bid up with another of $1 20^tor 5,000, and still another of 51.25 for 10,-^000 shares, which is the same as bidding^92.50a share for the new stock if the deal^that is contemplated goes through. Mr.^Coquard, it Is said, proposes to make a^fight against the syndicate, and will in a^few days leave for Helena, accompanied by^one of the best lawyers in St. Louis. He^has between H.000 and 10,000 shares, and it^is said proposes to get into the syndicate on^the same terms as the others or know the^reason why. If he is refused he will offer^to advance the money required by the com^^pany. Mr. Julius Abelea and others are^mentioned in connection with Mr. Coquard^as being opposed to the deal going through,^and as Mr. Coquard has the reputation ot^being a fighter very difficult to down a^lively time is anticipated when the meeting^takes place on the 18th of this mouth at^Helena.
Scarffis running the finest restaurant on^Urand street that has ever been in Helena
Judge Howry Renders a I '. . i - i.. n In Favor^or the Administration.
Theestate matter which has been in the^probate court for some time was settled^yesterday by Judge Howey rendering a de^^cision in favor of the administrator, Henry^C. Yaeger. Mr. Yaeger claimed his fees^under the old law which was in force when^he made his inventory and appraisement.^July 22, 1H87. The new law was approved^September 14, 1X87. Under the old law the^administrator was entitled to charge a per^^centage on the entire amount of the t slate,^both real and personal. Under the new^law the fees are limited to a commission on^the actual amount of money which passes^through the administrator's hands. The^total amount of the Dewar estate as re^^turned by Administrator Yaeger was Ms*-^44^^ while the total amount ot money col^^lected was but ^11.961. Mr. Yaeger^claimed fees amounting to 91,501. The^heirs or those interested objected, claiming^that the administrator should be paid under^the new law and that his fees should^amount to but 5484.
Judgellowey delivered quite a lengthy^opinion, the gist of which is that when^Administrator Yaeger settled the affairs of^the estate and made bis accountings, which^was done under the old law, the estate be^^came indebted to him a certain amount,^and that no subsequent amount of legisla^^tion could prohibit him from collecting^that debt. There is talk of the matter^being appealed.
A^ uttiuK sk-rape. in Which Two (.amblers^Figure, on Trial.
Thecase of the Territory vs. Jack Gal-^vin, for assaulting and attempting to kill^Jake Harris, is on trial in the district court.^County Attorney Balliet is prosecuting and^Attorneys Casey and Clements. A jury-^was secured without much trouble, and the^prosecution begun. The details of the^atfair were published at the time it hap^^pened, Christmas day. Harris and Galvin^had a controversy in the Exchange saloon^during the day, and Jake knocked Galvin^down. Later on Harris and a party of^friends visited Dell Dick's saloon and were^standing at the bar when Galvin entered.^turn reports of what followed are contra-^lictory. Some claim that Harris made a^motion as if to draw a revelver; others that^Qe did draw a revolver, and other eye wit^^nesses deny that he bad a gun.
Howeverthis fact remains apparent that^after a short, sharp controversy Galvin
drewa knife and plunged it into Jake's^side, inflicting an ugly wound, severing^one of the short ribs. The men clinched^ami tell upon the floor, Harris wresting the^knife from Galvin's hand, and in doing so^cut it quite severely. Galvin ran out of the^rear ot the salooa to his room on Bridge^str et, where he was arrested a few mo^meats later by Officer KGalvin had
apreliminary examination and was bjund^over to the grand jury, going to jail in de^^fault of bonds. He has been in jail since^that time. The defense is that Galvin acted^in self-defense.
Messrs.Carpenter, Buck ^ Hunt, acting^as attorneys for Edwin E. James, applied^to the district court yesterday for a writ of^mandamus to comp. I the territorial board^of medical examine:s to issue him a certifi^^cate. The application for the writ is made^upon the affidavit of Dr. J.J. Leiser, who^claims that on April IV he submitted to the^board a diploma issued to Dr. James from^a Pennsylvania medical college, in 1875,^and that the board refused to grant and^still refuses to grant a certificate unless the^fee of S15 is paid, which fee Dr. James re^^fuses to pay. The outcome of the matter^will be eagerly looked for by the medical^profession in the territory.
MarshalHard Returns.^City Marshal Hard returned from Mary^^land, Saturday, where he went to deliver^McGeady. the murder who gave himself^up. The marshal says he bad a pleasant^time, the prisoner giving him no trouble^whatever. He remained but a few hours^in Maryland and had but little opportunity^to learn anything about McGeady. The^sympathy of the people, as far as he could^learn, was with Me^ iead^. who will prob^^ably be convicted of nothing more than^manslaughter.
Onthe 15th day of every month the^Northern Pacific Railroad company will^sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and^return at 575: to Los Angeles and return.^594. These tickets have an extreme limit^of six months from date of Issuance, and^can be used going any time within sixty^i til) I days from date of sale. Stop-overs al^^lowed at any point desired^either going or^returning^within limit of ticket. Ex^^cursionists have choice of two routes from^Portland^by steamer, or by rail, via the^famous Mount Shasta route.
Bearin mind that the Northern Pacific is^the only line running through sle^ ping and^dining cars to the Pacific coast.
A.D. Edgar. General Agent.
UnionPacific Railway Company.^Telegraphic advices announce that it has^been decided to apply the $26 second class^rate west bound only, and that only^on and^after May 5 instead of May L Therefore,^the Union Pacific will not apply it east^bound, as announced.
A.E, Vjtazib.^Passenger Agent U. P. R'j.. 28 N. Main St.
Th*Polling Place. In Helena aad the ( sb-^didate* to be V oted t or.
Theelection for members of the consti^^tutional convention in Montana will take^place to-day. The polls will be open from^8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Thereare four districts in Lewis and^Clarke county, as follows:
Thefollowing precincts of Lewis and^Clarke county: Augusta. Canyon Creek,^Cartersville. Craig. Dearborn Canyon,^Mitchell s Ranch. Middle Fork of Dear^born. Rock Creek, Basin, Hogan, Jay^Gould, Empire. Gloster. stemple. Mirj ^^ville. Silver City, Valley and troodwins.^and also the following precincts of Cascade^county: Mission, sun River, Sun River^Leavings and Willow Creek. Win. May-^ger, R. S. Ford, democrats: Warren C.^Gillette. A. J. burns, republicans.
Thefollowing precincts ot Lewis and^Clarke county: Butler, Kimini, Little Jen^^nie, Mouth of Nelson and Kessler's, and^the Fifth and Fourth wards of the city of^Helena ^William Muth. Charles W. Tur^^ner, democrats: B. Piatt Carpenter, W. A.^Chessman, republicans. Polling place^^Breck A Fisher's livery stable on North^Main street.
TheFirst, second and Third wards of the^city of Helena.^Joseph K. Toole, Martin^Maginnis, democrats: Louis H. Herst.field.^Cornelius Hedges, republicans. Polling^place^Engine house, opposite court house.^DISTKIl t so. 15.
TheSixth and seventh wards of the city^of Helena and the following precincts of^Lewis and Clarke: French Bar and Spo^^kane, East Helena and Unionville^John^s. M- Neill, Alexander F. Burnes, demo^^crats: Arthur J. Craven, Milton Cauby, re^^publicans. Polling place^Hose house, at^the Northern Pacific depot
Giltedge dressing never injures the^finest shoe. Acme polish beats the world^for brilliancy, one shine wears a week,^sold at Fred (tamer's.
PaulMcCormick is in from Junction.^Ben C. Kingsbury came over from Butte^yesterday.
Mrs.Chas. E. Stevens, of Boulder, is in^the city visiting friends.
ArchieMcPhail and R M Ferguson, of^New Chicago, are in Helena.
ParisGlbwn and Julius Horst, of 8M^Kalis, spent Sunpay in Helena.
F.J. Pasquigand wife, of Cornwall. New^York are registered at the Merchants.
J.A. Lewis, general agent of the Union^Pacific at Butte, was in town yesterday.
Mrs.Sherwood Wheaton left for a visit^to Philadelphia yesterday via the Northern^Pacific.
FredEL Newcombe and Sam Dayman,^of New York, are registered at the Grand^Central.
Mr.and Mrs. P. A. McAdow arrived^from Maiden yesterday ami are the guests^Of A. M. llolter.
Prof.A. E. Walton, the London mining^expert, left for Jefferson county Sunday to^report on some mines in that section.
W.Williams, of MVmIM 11. W. Wil^^son, of Missoula, and W m. Campbell, of^Tacoma, are registered at the Merchants^hotel.
D.Ferguson and wife, Butte, T. J. Phil^^ips, Chicago, and C. C. Crane, of Portland,^Oregon, are among yesterday's arrivals at^the Grand Central.
Rev.S. G. Dodd, chaplain at Fort As-^sinaboine for the past nine tears, is at the^Grand Central, accompanied by his wife,^on a well-earned vacation.
K.R. Day, second lieutenant of the^United States signal service, was in the^city Saturday inspecting the local service.^He left Sunday tor Forts Custer and Assint-^boine.
CarltonC. Crane, passenger agent of the^Yanderbilt system of railways, with head^^quarters at Portland, ore . arrived in^Helena yesterday in the interest of bis^lines.
JamesH. Monteatb. the rustling busi^^ness manager de facto of the Inter Moun^^tain, is in the city and will make a tour of^the nor^ hern section in the interest of the^Inter .Mountain Publishing Co.
UnitedStates court meets to-day.
GeorgeCain picked a gold watch from a^man's clothes in a Clore street saloon Sun^^day night and was arrested.
Capitalist^No. 2 is the name of a brand^new motor which arrived yesterday and^was placed on its trial trip, and worked^like a charm.
ThornburghA Wallace advertised 540^front feet for sale in Sunday's Isdki-ksii-^est aud it was taken up yesterday morn^^ing before 10 o'clock.
Therelatives and friends of the late Mrs.^Elizabeth (labriel, desire to return thanks^to friends who attended her during her^last illness.
HelenaSons of Veterans about thirty^strong went to Butte Sunday on a special^train to attend the annual encampment^which commenced there yesterday.
TheMarysville people have 52,500 to^back their club with in the coming contest^with ttie liutte nine. Butte will have to^hustle as they will not have a walk-over.
E.11 Lesster, the young man wanted in^Butte for alleged embezzlement of funds^entrusted to bis care, and who was arrest^^ed in Helena Saturday, was taken back to^Butte Sunday afternoon.
Thesaloon of Larson A Harrah. lower^Main street, was entered by Burglars Fri^^day n it tit and robbed of a demijohn ot^brandy, containing two gallons, a lot of^glassware and other articles.
DanielEraser, of this city, received the^news, yesterday, of his brother's death,^which occurred last Wednesday, after a^short illness, at Pugwash, Cumberland^county. Nova Scotia. Mr. Eraser has the^sympathy of a large circle of friends.
Hon.Henry N. Blake, chief justice of^the territorial supreme bench, and Presi^^dent McMillan, of the College of Montana,^Deer Lodge, have accepted invitations to^deliver orations in Helena on Memorial^Day. S. E. Snider, department chaplain,^will act as chaplain of the day.
Anumber of saloon keepers have been^inquiring whether they shall have to close^their doors to-day. County Attorney Bal^^liet, atter looking up the law, says that to^^day's election comes under the bead of^general election laws, and therefore the^saloons must close.
TheColiseum has a strong attraction this^week in Dupont, the contortionist, who is^almost a human snake. He is undoubtedly^the greatest in his business that has ever^appeared In Helena. His intricate contor^^tions leads the spectator to believe that he^hasn't a bone in his body.
TheHelena Electric Light works shut^down a little before midnight, owing to the^rain, which found its way into the machine^room through the unfinished building and^interfered with the working of the dy^^namos. It is expected that the trouble will^be obviated before another heavy rata falls.
JudgeBlake disposed of the following^business in the district court yesterday:
4410S. E. Jacob vs. Amelia Jacob, ad^^ministratrix: to quiet title; demurrer sus^^tained.
3838-DavidMerritt et al. vs. (reorge B.^Foote: to quiet title: continued for the^term.
4875C. Kleinschmidt vs. R U. Klein-^schmidt et al.: to redeem mortgage: to an^^swer by Saturday.
44M)Second National Bank of Helena^vs. Carl Kleinschmidt: contract: confessed^judirment according to prayer of complaint.
4*301'. A. Parsons vs. S. J. Jones et aL;^lien: default and judgment.
4620James Mauldin vs. (eeorge W.^Storg et ux.: reformation of deed: default^and Judgment.
85.5 Territory vs. Galvin: assault and^attempt to kill: on trial.
Thefollowing marriage licenses were^issued yesterday by Judge llowey
JohnW. Ludwick and Mary A. Morgan,^both of Helena.
AlexErickson and Hannah Nelson, of^MarysvlUe.
Along Irtj w ant supplied^the h.st-claM^fostaurac. of J. W. scarff.
Dropinto M. H. Bryan's gnu store and^look over his immense stock of new fishing^goods, and especially the new Manhattan^split bamboo rods, at 5*. 510 and 51* Jap^^an canes and jointed rods from 25 cents up.^Single, double and thrible multiplying^reels, enameled silk lines, etc, etc, etc, 108^Broadway.
ChildrenEnjoy^The pleasant flavor, gentle action and^sootning effect* of Syrup of Figs, when in^need of a laxative and if the father or^mother be costive or bilious the most grat^^ifying result follows its use. so that it is the^best family remedy known and every fam^^ily should have a bottle.
ValleyView.^French A Pyfer are the sole agents for^thirty of the choicest lots in Valley View^addition, rooms 11 and IK Pittsburg^Block-
Thefollowing real estate transfers were
filedin the recorder's office yesterday:
v*Ti Saul et al to (ireeorr Elouenback,
leuT. s. t^lk t, Baaeetladdition t-i.rO
.Alice B Mone and hnebacd to Alfred I^.
Kdtr, lot s*. ask, T, BVtt'le, ^edition 3,000
kcnanlw. Iteattle et al to Mrs Alice B.^Saooa, lot ss, blk. T, Beattl- acdlttoa JSO
W.K K # e- ox to S. F. shannon and^Joeept Roberts, ^oatnern Lode misirg^claim, ur Hn district SO
ceof-H rtatt, true tee. et a x, to Cbarlns^II. and Jam** Flnlaj lot* 1, i, S, 4. blk. *,^P ower OssAaa addltiow. M
JamceBlait- et al to Hear) B. Davi*. ' ond^for deed tor the Florence qaarti lode mla-^lne claim and mill atte In tbe Dry caicb^district 1.0S0
JohnC Ba'Uoit, Jr., truce* to Roet Ra-.^^Hata*. lot* IS, 14, hut 91. and low 1. i, bin.^US. Northern Pacific addition 1,00
l* nsjld UobUr and wife to Max aletr.^^chmidt et nx, lot ^. but I. Blake addl-^Uon 8B0
,cake and other^u's Exchange.
Onelot 50x140 for 5800. French Jt Pyfer,^Pittsburg Block. Take the elevator.
Sixtyacres of land suitable for platting^and adjoining tbe East Helena townsite^can be purchased of French A Pyfer,^Ism 11 and US, Pittsburg Block.
It'sonly a question of time,^ and a^abort, time, too, as to wfcen your rheuma^^tism will yield to Hood's saxsapanlla.
AGraphic Account of His Great Vic^^tory Over Proctor Knott at^Louisville.
The Great Winner of Last Year s^Futurity 8takes Fairly^Out Run.
Montaua'tPride In Much the Batter tou-^ditlon at the tinlah-^Faat Time.
Louisvillespecial to the San Francisco^Examiner: The fifteenth Kentucky Derby^will mark a memorable epoch in tbe histo^^ry of the American turf. Only In Ken^^tucky, only on 1) -rtiy day. could such a^sight as that of to-day been witnessed.^Never on hurchill Downs, save once^the^great Mollie McCarthy-Ten Broeck race-^has there been so vast an assemblage.^Never on that now historic spot has there^been so great a Derby: never has that^classic race been run with greater credit to^to tbe winner. It was another case of Him-^yar and Day Star: another rase of Kunny-^mede and Apollo: another case of Ciallifet^and Macbeth, in which turf history repeat^^ed itself.
Tenminutes before the flag fell 20,000^throats, mingling the Kentucky cheer and^the Tennessee yell, hoarsely thundered a^welcome to tbe mighty Proctor Knott.
Abrief quarter of an hour later and there^were none so poor as to do him honor.^Eight horses came to tbe post. A visit to^the betting stand disclosed these odds:
ProctorKnott. 1 to 2: Young's entries^iOnce Again and Bootmaker), S to 1;^Sportsman and Cassius, i to 1 each: Hin-^doocraft, it'll. Spokane, to 1, and Out^^bound, - t. ^ l
Themoney poured in on Bryant's horse^in a steady etream, until 1 to 5 was the best^to be bad against him. Kentucky and Ten^^nessee backed their favorite to the last dol^^lar.
Whenthe saddling bell rang the first^horse on the track was Cassius, with Taral^up. He bad but few friends and only fee^^ble cheers greeted the colors of the Bever-^ick stables. Then came Milt Young's pair,^and the sight of Murphy on Once A train^elicited a hearty yell. Then came Spo^^kane, his beautiful chestnut coat shining^like burnished gold.
Suddenlya mighty cheer went up, and^Proctor Knott was seen to emerge from a^paddock down the quarter stretch. He car^^ried himself like the mighty hero that he^is, his head high in the air. He looked tit^to run for a man's life. His long seek, fil^^ing into well-placed shoulders: his great^depth of girt, the immense length from the^shoulder-points to the hip, bis powerful^quarters and stifles, his long barrel, great^cannon bones and elastic pasterns, all indi^^cated tbe powers of an equine giant.
Besidehim Spokane was as a Liliputian^to a Brobdingnag. Ooing to the post he^seemed to fret a little, and Barnes had^great difficulty in holding him in check.^Finally he was led to the starting point by^by the bridal.
Followinghim on to the track came Hin^^di^ .raft. Outbound and .^sportsman, but^the crowd bad only eyes for the great^Proctor and the others passed by un^^noticed.
Whenthe thrilling, all-pervading mur^^mur. ^They are off,^ followed over the^quarter-stretch like the rumble of thunder,^there was not a man who did not sharpen^his eye in the direction of the flashing of^the red flag. The next instant found Hin-^doocraft in the lead. Pro. tor Knott at his^saddle-girths, the latter half a length^ahead of Bootmaker, who was closely fol^^lowed by Spokane, Once Again, Cassius,^Outbound and Sportsman, the last four^bunched.
Barnesimmediately sent Proctor Knott^to the front, and in a do/en^of his powerful^strides the big gelding bad taken the pole^from llindoocraft-
Itimmediately became apparent that^Proctor Knott intended to pursue the same^tactics adopted by his sire, Luke Blackburn,^tbe latter winning all of his three-year-old^races by making the pace in the first half so^hot that it burned up tbe field behind him.
Swinginginto the stretch for the first^time, Proctor Knott was two open lengths^to the good, his mouth gaping open and^Barnes sawing his head from side to side.^Hindoocraft, also under a pull and tunning^strong, was second, while Bootmaker still^led the bunch behind by half a length^Along the stretch they swept at a terrific^pace, and when the grand stand was^reached it was found the first half mile bad^been covered in 4*'^* seconds.
Boundingthe hrst turn, Pr ^ctor Knott^put another length of daylight between^him and his field, while Sportsman, who^had been trailing behind, began gradually^overhauling his leader. First he passed^Outbound, then Once Again, which had^been taken back by Murphy, then ^pokane.^Bootmaker and liiudoociaft, in the order^named.
ThenKiley made a play also for tbe fly^^ing leader, and in less time than it takes^to write it had shot from seventh place to^third.
Stillthe mighty Proctor swept on, and at^the half was three lengths to the good,^Spokane and Sportsman cheek by jowl^behind him; Hindoocraft still running^strong and showing no signs of distress,^next in order, the others bunched and^moving up half a length In the rear.
Asthey turned into the back stretch^Barnes, by an effort, succeeded in bringing^Knott back a good length and a half. The^bunch seeing this, and thinking he was^about to relinquish tbe position of pace^^maker, immediately began closirg up.^There was a slacking ot reins on all sides.^Hindoocraft forged ahead, lapping Spo^^kane, who was second.
Murphyall this time had been holding^Once Again in the ruck, but now gave the^son of ^ ^:n,ndaga and Black Maria his head^and he shot to the fore like a rocket. 'From^the last position at the half be had before^four furlongs had been covered overhauled^one after the other until he landed at^Spokane's side. Barnes saw his competi^^tors gradually eating up the intervening^daylight and immediately let out a link.
Againthe Futurity hero shot ahead like^a ball from the cannon's mouth, and at the^three-quarter pole he was two lengths to^the good and appeared to be pretty well^extended, but Spokane hung on like a bull^^dog, running easy and strong and appar^^ently as fresh as when the flag fell. Mur^^phy still held the vantage be had gained^on the back-stretch and lay alongside of^Hindoocraft, the latter and Once Again be^^ing heads on the first place.
Asthey turned the corner Cassius made^his race. Faral bringing him with a rush^from the ruck behind, but he stuck in the^middle of the bunch^his company was a^little too rich for him.
Asthe head of the stretch was reached^the mighty Proctor began to falter. Slowly^but surely the fleeifooted son of Hyder Ali^closed in upon him like a nemesis. Only a^length of daylight separated them; then a^half: then as the head of the stretch was^reached a mighty roar went up from the^field and grand stand. The two horses^were blended in one. Spokane had tipped^him just as the mouth of the stretch was^reached.
Thenbegan a lull, the like of which was^never probably witnessed on a racetrack^before. Three times and three times three^Barnes poised his whip in midair and^Drought it down upon the flanks of bis tir^^ing steed. Proctor Knott never flinched,^but took his punishment gamely.
Onthey came, stride after stride. As^they became fairly straightened out in the^stretch Kiley began climbing upon Spo^^kane's neck. His mouth was at Spokane's^ear when the sixteenth was reached, whip^still undrawn and the sides of his mount^still unmarked by the rowels.
Barnes,on the other hand was plying^both catgut and steel, and his desperate^riding for a moment seemed to avail, for^Proctor Knott msnaged to poke his white^nose a scant half head to tbe front.
ImmediatelyKiley flashed his whip and^then began a bloody tattoo on tbe sides of^tx^th. There was the silence of death in^the grand stand.
Everyeye was watching the desperate^battle and breathlessly awaiting the end.^It came soon.
Adoxen jumps from the wire It was seen^that Proctor Knott was beaten. Kiiey's^whip ceased its cruel urging, but the row^^els of Barnes still dug bloody furrows in^tbe sides of his tiring mount On they^came, stride for stride, bead for bead.^Then, with a last mighty effort, Spokane^lunged ahead and passed under the wire^winner by a head: Proctor Knott pumped^out and quitting, second: Once Again four^lengths behind, third. Tnen came Hindoo^^craft, Cas'tus, Sportsman and Outbound,^in the order named. Bootmaker bringing^up the rear, two lengths behind. Time,^2-S4S-
]he result was almost sickening to tbe^vast throng of spectators. Most of them^would rather have seen Spokane break bis^neck than break tbe record, and least of a 1^win the Derby from Proctor Knott.
Tbetime is the fastest American derbv^ever run, as it beats the record of 2 AS^made by The Czar In the Derby ran at the^late meeting of the Blood Horse association.
Tberecord for a mile and a half is 234,^made by Haggln's Firenzi last year as a^four-year-old, when she carried 113 pounds j^and beat a good field over the Monmouth ;^Park track.
LukeBlackburn with 102 pounds up and '^Jim guest with ninety-eight pounds on bis ;^back, also have records of 234, but when 1^tbe difference in weight carried is eonsid-^M their performances do not class with^those of Spokane and Firenzi.
APertinent Inquiry.^To the editor of the IxDKPEBDaarr: I^want to call attention to the Deflect of the
citymarshal in attending to his office. 1^had three cows and three calves put in the^pound Saturday and went to the marshal's^office five times Sunday without finding^him. and so it was impossible to get an^order for the release of my stock. Is there^any remedy ^Piter Moraji.
WidowCovmbe Swears Oil a Warrant for^^fee-Arrest of Turn Dennon.^D nder aeriff Walker went to Butler^yesterday with a warrant for tbe arrest of
TomDennon, who is charged by the Wid^^ow Coombs with having assaulted and^robbed her of some gold nuggets. Tbe^particulars as far as obtainable are that^Dennon, wbo it is claimed, has been a vis^^itor at the widow's house for some time,^became jealous of her and gave her a beat^^ing Saturday night. Mrs. Coombs is the^widow of William Coombs who was^lynched with William H. Smith at the^mouth of Greenhorn, near the Eleven Mile^house, March 19, 1*83. Coombs was post^^master at Oreenhorn at tbe time and be^and Smith were accused of burning Mc-^Nally's barn in which eight horses and^three cows were burned. The account of^the lynching published at the time is^very meagre. It seems the men were taken^from their bouses by a band of men and^hanged, and that no one knew of the affair^until the next day, when the bodies of the^men were found swinging. There was a^regular hangman's noose around Coombs'^nei k but nothing but a siip knot around^mi. s neck.
'11e bodies of Coombs and Smith were^brought to Helena and placed with under^^taker Herrmann. An inquest was held^but the verdict as tar as ascertainable was^never made public. No arrests were made^and the affair would have faded from the^minds of all old timers, had it not been for^the widow's adventure, the outcome of^which will be made known when the trial^is ended.
Ata meeting of the trustees of the public^library held Saturday evening, the follow^^ing officers were elected:
PresidentJudge D. S. Wade.
YicePresident^W. E. Cullen.
TressurerS. C. Asbby.
Dr.Bullard was sworn in as trustee to^succeed Mr. H. M. Parchen. and will fill^that gentleman's place on all standing
committees,which were reappointed as^constituted last year. Tbe full board as it^now stands is composed of the above named^gentlemen, with the addition of K. H.^llowey and J. S. Featherly, the latter^chairman of the library committee of the^city council.
Tryour best patent flour, the best in the^market, and Whittaker Star hams, at
JohnT. Mubpht A Co.'s.
HELkNA IN BRIEF.
O.W. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 12 to 5 at tbe Bon Ton.
JamesW. Barker, merchant tailor. No.^15 North Main street.
Woodand iron mantels, tile and chande^^liers, at Sturrock A Brown.
E.K. K. Carpenter's dental rooms, room^90, Pittsburg block. Take tbe elevator.
Justreceived at M. Keinig's strictly fresh^butter for family use. Will receive fresh^shipments every week from Sturgeon A^Murray's ranch.
Goeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to St. Paul and the east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at 11 :^o^a. m.
N*wTons. May IS.^Bar stive*. ^2^4.
CopperDull, irregular; lake. May. $1-1.35.
Lead-Quiet,easier; domestic, $190.
Althoughtbe stock market to-day presented a^more animated appearance at time* than usual of^late. It was Hill dull and list ecu f..r the ireneral^hat snd tke Interest taken in specu'atloa was con^^fined to a tew fltiare* only and moetly to single^operators. There waa. however, undfnlaMj a^MSBSJ tone and the result of the day's trading Is^to leave a'moet everything In the acUve Ust ma.^terlally higher than at the close on Saturday.^Uovf rnmente doll and arm.
Petroleum'openedsteady at 83 and adranced to^839* In early trading. The market then broke to^*!'^, hut rallied again and closed firm at 83V4,^nalcs ms.iki barrel*
governmentbonds. 4a, 129)*; 4Hs, 10SK;^Northern Pacific,preferred, Mf; Oregon
Improvement,54: Oregon Navigation, flVi;^Transconttnental, M%: Union Pacific, 61 %.
Moneyon call easy atPrime mercantile
paper,3vt^-V4. Sterling exchange, dull and^steady; sixty-day bills, $4.87; demand, 4.8s*a.
LIV B STOCK.
t'Hicaso.May IS.^ Cattle^ Heeetpts, 14,500;^*c ^vo; 5*210 lower; boevee. $4 0Oj^4^): steer*,^$i im*: 10: stocks and feeders, $2 5^^^3 80; Texas^cattle, $1.80*33 75.
Hoee KerelpU, -^S.OOO, 5^10 lower; mixed, $4.50^04.70: heavy, $4 40^4 65: light, $4.55^4.85.^Sheep^ Receipt*. 3.000. strong; 10 cent* higher;^natives, $4^... western, $3..V*35; Texans, $3.'^^^4.65.
TMDrover's Journal's cable from Lacdon^quotes lighter supplies of cattle and price* 1 cent^higher than last week Beet American steers H^tent* per pound, estimated dead weight
Hiciao, May 13.-1:15 p. m^Clone^Wheat^^Higher; cash, 84; Jane, 83: July, 79%.
Corn-Steady; cash, June. 14!^ ; July, 41 5-16.
OatsSteady; cash, 22!*; June. ^; July, s^v
Pork-Firmer:cash, |Uj*)M^*^ll 96, June,^July, Sl'-'.O-JHOl^OS
tr.- About steady; cash, $6 Ws, ; June,^$6 t^.,H^^.9.'.; July, $ri 97t^^7.00.
MontanaLodge, No. 1,1.*. O. V
MontanaLodge No. 1 holds It* reg^^ular meeting In Odd Fellow* Temple,^Vjaraaon Street entrance.,on Tuesday^evening of each week. The hours of^meeting are a* follow*: Jan nary, February, No^^vember and December, 7 o'clock: March, April^September and October, 7:30; May, June, July^and August, 8. Visiting members are cordially^welcomed
BMILKLt'GE. N. O^MASSBNA BULLARD, Secy.
LUDWICHMORGAN In Helena May IS, by^Justice Woodman, John W. Lud wick and Marv
LtVT-Tothe wife of Frank Levy, of Little^Prlckley Pear, a 15 pound boy.
REESE^At Granite, Montana, of pneumonia, on^March 17, 1889, Chas. Alexander Reeae, aged vM.^He was born In New Orleans, and wa* tbe *on
ofMr*. Frederick Heeee, of this city.^I New Orleans please copy.]
Forhalf a block In
Itcontains 14 lota each 30x150,^thus making the lots cost $65^each. This price is only in^the event of the purchase of^the half block. Lots, singly,^are tK*^ each.
Nocomment is required to^demonstrate that this is an in^vestment that will bring speedy^and profitable returns.
1291-2 North Main Btroat.
AlexanderMcintosh, plaintiff, vs. i^and B alberta* Moras. ^wkaaSaat*
Tobe aost at sheriff'* sale aa th* front door of^tne court house. In Hrlana. Montana lawrltorj. on^vTedceaday th* Vh day of Jaa^. A D W, *^ ^^odock boob ^ f said dav, all tat rtgat. d la *x.a^tntereet that th* defendants. Jama* Moran anil^Katherln* Moras, hav* la and to the following^described property, situated la .ewl* and Clark*^county, Montana t rrttnry. to-wtt:
Jr-*^of ^ ^'^j s-sStV* ta^ X^thereof on tie in the aVa of tan eraa^y o*r k^and recorder ot saM conaty sad tsrrttory .to^^gether with all and slawular thi I ml^fll I ' and appartcaaata th^reams^ ^^ ^^^*^^^orln any way appertaining. ^_,^.
CHARLXoM J^'T*Ki^M _^Sheriff of Lewi* and dark* coaaty, M. T^Dated this 14th day of May. A. D. Mtm
TTXjRLI^on easy term*, six room brick^-L' house, la perfec: urtlrr Cabin aud barn on^rear of lot Corner Dearborn avenue and Hauler^^^^fir knqulre of Dr K K. K ^- arpenter. room^Hi, Pittsburg block. Take the elevator.
bXR ^ALE^Car load of fresh milch cow*. Can^be aaenon .yndale avenue, ppoeite how^houa*. Northern Paduc addition
RSALl-A large new omnibus. Sn^nlr*^at International hotel.
LDpaper* for sal* at this o^. *
LiXiRSALI^First claa* boarding houa* and^X^ restaurant at oreat Fall*, now baa aj regu^^lar boarder* and dolm; a flourishing busts***.
Cans*ot sale 111 health^and Berg, Ureal KaUa
SKTTINOsot thoroughbred roaecomhed brown^Leghorn chickens tor sale. Inquire at VMt^Fifth avenue.
rpoBE BOLD at auction for cash on Friday,^X May IT, at * o Clock, p m . at Clancey, Mon^^tana, on* c.mplete Dlamind Drilling outflt, Uttle^uaed, and In perfect ord~r. For particular* and^deetnpUon apply to or addrea* H M. Hill, Clan^cey. Montana, wnere machin* can be seen.
H.'! ^l and Lot* for sal*. A Brick House^of eight room*, corner of Rodney and^Bridge Ms., . sxse feet, 1^ fine shade uee*. also 50^feet adjoining same fronting on bridge et also^in feet fronting on Rodney *t and feet deep.^Oppoalte n-w residence ot A. Q. Ciark*.
P STol'T, Agent,^lot! south Modaay st.
Advertisement*under thia head will be In.^^acted tnree time* fro* of chars*
ANTEDSituation ea dairy farm to do^milking. Adores* Chris. Uerber, this
WANTEDEmployment. A ireod blacksmith,^a young man. Kefrrences furnished. Ad^^drea* y. J bplnner, Capitol hotel.
WANTED-Workby a good teamster, or will^do aay kind of work. Can turnlah good^reference*. Addrea* (i. Peterson, Capitol hoiel.
ITI ATI UN ^ A lady, competent to take charge^O of boarulng house or hotel. ce*lre* work, or^would Coos In private family Would leave city.^Can at 41 nortn Benton avenue.
ANTED^ Employment Newspaper work^preferred. Auureas A., box 8SH, city poet-
ANTEDBy a leay, position as chamber^^maid in hotel or to do general housework.^Acdrea* A. M. C, this offlce.
WANTEDBy a young man, ace a*. *ltu*tlon^in auy kind of oualnesa. Fair education,^aiming u^ begin at small salary, not afraid ot^work. Plsaae address E , Is* Edwards street
/aNTaDsituation In drug Mora. Can fur-^' alaa reference*. R. Mitchell, box ttu,^lielena, Montana.
ANTEDBy a young man of good heMta, a^poeitloB as d^llTery clerk or teamster^Addrea* ti., poMoAce box tall, city.
WANTEDWill pay out of first month's^salary for a position aa bookkeeper or any^kind of office wore. Acdrea* Arcade, tbla otbee
\Jl AN TED-Situation h^ ^ youni: man, age Si,^V V a* clerk in a grocery or general store Win^^ing to work, can give beet of reference* Ad Ireae^IBs* Edwards atreet.
ForBeat^Dwellings, Business Places ,^to
cix^ RENT^Two furnished houses In good loca^_L tloa. Apply to F. F ooiham, 115 I utler bi.
IVOKRENT^Two au a.l brick store*, just fin^P iabod. on Bridt-e street, near Main street.^Enquire of Dr. K. H. a. Carpenter, room .*^, Pltla-^burg block, i ake the elevator.
IVOKHE NT^Storeroom* In Fran Inock, also^P storerooms and untie* in PiusiiurKh id.ick^Inquire of John W. Thompson, tu.mlJ, lltta-^burgb block.
ooms^furnished and UafurtualieiL
ri'WoNICELY furnished front rooms for rent,^_L 1- north Rodn-y street.
liR RENT^A suite of fr. nt rooms, well fur^P nlshed, *at Elgh.h avenue, near Porter data.
KITCHENand dining room for rent Address^this office
IjXlRRENT^One furnished room for two gen-^P tleinen. '^-ii Fifth avenue.
IjXJRKENT^A nicely furnished room. En-^J^ quire at Wt^ sixth avenue.
UEPACIFIC or Lenoir House^Steam heat,^elegant rooms; 5u, 75, $1, s Its $1.50 per day.^Mo disreputable character* allowed.
AHAEl Hub'sB. Orand .street, new and^elegantly furnished rooms, single or la suits
WANTED TO KENT^Eight room house^with bath and closet, in good location.^Furnished preferred F. H. Ray, at Parchen^a.
ANTEDA girl, one that understand* cook^^ing. Apply i-i north Benton avenue.
OVERSEERSwanted everywhere M home or^to travel. We wish to employ a rename i er-^son la your county to tack np advertls*u.ents and^^bow cards ut Elect-lc Ooods. Advertisements to^be tacked up everywhere, on trees, fences and^turnpike*, in conspicuous places. In town and^country In all parte ot tbe Lnlted state* and Can^ad a. steady employment; wage* $^.5b per day;^expense* advanced; no talking required. Local^work for all or part of the time, a ddree* with^stamp, Emory Jc Co., Manager*, 241 Vine street,^Cincinnati, o. No atssatloa iraifl to postal card*
|OST^An open faced silver watch, between^J_J east Bridge street and dspct. Liberal re^ward will be paid for return of same to thi* o file*
fOL ND-A set of false teeth. Can be had at^this office.
$*(\ KEWARD^Jersey cow, right horn half^* ** off, branded Mc Return to M. J. Mlley,^s.adman's foundry.
JpOCND^Bunch of key
s. Call at this office.
f/Ol MD-Pocketbook. Call at Hillsdale^P avenue
I OST^A bunch of key*; return to this office.
iv.EW DKESSMAKING parlor* opened at 537^li Fifth avenue Han.Nome house dreeee*^made from $7 to $9 each satisfaction tuaran^teed.
HH.THALE I* prepared to move safe* that^. weigh 2,iX^) pound* or lea* for tl each.^Can at 1. L. Israel'* More.
WANTEDClean, cotton rags, for wiping, at^1
MONETto lean On C hattel Mortgage security^by J. M. Johnson at
I*now prepared to supply the p ureal Ice now tn^tbe market^Telephone 25*.
Leaveorder* at Mnrisar S fn.'t. EdwardaSt.
H0H1HEHHPACIFIC TIME TABLE.
Tbefollowing 1* the time of the arrival* anc^departure* of train* on tbe Northern Pacific on^tbe new schedule, taking effect Sunday. March^11, 18B^.
Ho. 1^Through W**t-r^ound express. . SrSupm
* S^Through Baet-bound exyireas7:10pm
^ 8^ Butte, Missoula and HeL Exp 1- '-^' p tr.
10^Marv*-Hie Haeeeaaer ^-4Haai
13MarysvlUe Ar*comm..dation ^:4npm^^' SO^Rlmlnl Accommndatl.in. Monday
Wednesdayand Friday* :00 pm
5-Wlcke* and Boulder Passenger li 05 am^DBraarraa* pboh uelxsa.^Mo. 1^Through Weet-bound express 4rOSpm
%^Through EasVbound e-xprea*' :is p m
^ 7^Helena. Butte and Mlaiouia Ex . ^' ^ m
*a^ MarysvlUe Passenger 3:55 pm
- It ^^aryavllle Accommodation lu:00am^M IS^Rl^.In 1 Accommodation Monday,
Wednesdayand Friday^:1'. am
^^ Wlcie* and Boulder Passenger 4 15 pa^A. D. ED'iAR, Oeneral Agent. Helena, M. T.^C. 8. FEE O. P. and T Agt St Paul Mtnn
montanacenfR^L time table
Following1* the time of arrival and departure^.f train* at Helena on the new ached ale, taking^effect April 17th, 188^:
Tsars*aaarvs at asxA*a.^Ho. 4^St. Paul Atlantic Ex. from Butt* and^^uth, IISU m.
Ho^^ Montana Pacific Ex. from St. Paul^id east 4 56 p m.
No.S^ Helena and Butte Ex. from Butte and^^oath, 6:JO p. m.^No. t^^ Marvevtlle Exprera, 10 a. m.^Ho. ^-Marysville Ex. ^ ^ p m.
TBatn*DBraar raoa bslswa.^Wo 4^St. Paul Atlantic Ex. for St. Paul and^sat, U 3Ba an
Ho.5^Montana Pacific Ex. tor Butt* and^south. 5 ^of. p. m.
Ho.1^Helena sad Butte Ex for Butte and^south. S:^ a a
No.a^ Marysville Ernes ss. 3:3b p. a.
Ho.10.- MarvevUle Ex. 7 SO a. a
Train*No*. 3 and 4 connect M Butte with Union^Pacific
ForFurther Information call oa or acdrea* say^agent r f tt la coaranr or
rP SHELBY. Own Manager, Helena^M. P. BENTS H Trav. Pan Agt Helena
Havingrepaired sad aa
amaow prepared to gi,e ali.^axd CHEMICAL wORK at^from the co* ntry by^prompt attention^all wor1
flowerGARDEN lo 8
tlOHIM avenue lots,
heksmfieldaooi riCN lots.
AndI*eirablt^ Lots and Houstx iu all^Sections of tbe City.
fkOfiOFtnv* ror,m frame h a** In Broad^^P^U*2vJ water addition Small barn, good^^tone cellar tnd Chessman water Sa*y term*.
1MOORe** f**tia d**tr*bl* section ot Flower^^P**^i^i^-^(,arden addi'lon. at $^ so per foot.^Thi* I* a bargain ( all and see property
m^fi^ilc^ *^T^1 lotto ^orthern Pacific addl^^fT^rJ\J tl, D mo i. cheap.
on different street* In
ardenaddition, feri S^ par
CSnn F.^r two full *lzsd lot* In Herahaald^addition, near M. uteea avenue, ad^jofninr Flower itar.ien addlLcn This prase tor^parties wbo want to build oa the property.
f^v^l^!For two lot* in Northern Pacific ad-^WkJKJ ditlon No. 4, 50x1*1.
AOi^f.fiAn elegsnt eight ro-^m Louse on^^fr-*^i\J\J Bedford *tre*t, between Helena^aad Lyndale avenue*, well finished throughout,^lot 50x140.
$90nnFor ,ot j^WO, short fisttne* from^tH^iUUV conrt house, just im* feet fro a^Swing street.
Of~*f~*f^iFor fln* ^^'^room house on Fifth av^trj^LrWV enn(, oood stable and out houses^This I* cheap property.
Partle*having house* for rent will do weU to^list thsm with a*. *s we have s special depart^^ment In our office for rente and collection*.
ThompsonMock, Room 10. opposite^Crand Central Hotel.
KRANICH'S GROVE !
Therewill be a grand open'ng at Kranlch's Orove^about tbe
Thedance hall and ten pin^alley have heen refitted and are^now in firet-ciass condition.
Thisis oiih of the pleasant-^est places to spend a day in the^vicinity of Helena.
Therewill be a fie* bus^from the terminus of the motor^line.
Capitalfull paid 81,000,000
HONBY TO LOAN ON ^ITY AND IMPROVED^FARM PKOPBRTY.
HelenaOtnce, Pittsburg Block, Main -t.
W.H. CLARK ^ SON. MANAGERS.
Applicationfor a Patent
Uwitsd.-Tatxs Lawd Omen, I^Helena, Montana, May. 11, 1HW. f
NoticeIs hereby given that Edward H Tandy,^Aneelam .1. Davidson, John S M. NeUl, Thomas^J. Davidson, William Davaapo t, LVn Davenport,^Henry NeUl, and Bdward D. Nell-, ,!r , whose^po-tofBce address is Helen*, L*wls and ci*rke^county, M. T . have this day filed their application^for a patent tor three hundred and any Hi) 1UI^acre* of th^ placer mine, liearlag ,altn^ted^In ULSrgaalzed mining district, county of Leal*^and Clarke and territory of Moatans. and desig^^nated by legal subdivisions a* follow*, to-wit: 9%^ssVt; wV^ of **V* of nela; *wVt neV^ ; *H seV* : *V%^of evfc of *wVa ; esi of aesa of nw\*. sec 34 . the ew^V* sw^a and lot 3, cec. .^, embracing ^^^^ lit.^acre* in twp 11, n r. 4 w.
Thelocation of this mine is recorded tn the re^cordei's office of Lewis axd Clarke county, M. T^^In book **F^ of rancbv* aad ditches, pages fr-rT ar.d^Mb. The adj' lining claim art* are unltnoan Any^and all ]^er*o^ claiming adversely any portion of^^aid placer ground are required to fl'e their ad^^verse claim* with th* register of tbe c ntied Statea^land offlc , at Helena, in th* territory of Montana,^during tbe sixty dav** period of publication here^^of, or they will be barred by virtue of the prov,-^lone et the et itute.
H.W LANUHOKNB, Keglster
Firstpublication .May. li, ltm
Applicationfor a Patent.
Initio mats* Land lima, I^Hblkna, Mowtaha, ^^way 11, 18W. \
NoticeI* hereby given that Kdward R. Tandy,^John S. M. Neill, Charles B. Kvsns and^Henry T. McKoUock, who** poatofS e ad^^drea* 1* Helena, Lewis and Clarke c mnt^,^M. T. have this day filed their appll atlon^for a patent for sighty -.2-100 scrs** ^*f tbe placer^be.rlng gold, situated in unorganl ed mlnln - dis^^trict, county of l^ewis and larks, and territory^of Montana, and designated by lezel subdivision*^aa follows, to-wtt: Lot* 3 and 4, sec. if, in town^^hip 10, a t.lf , contalnlnv HO^MQD seres.
Thelocation of this mine is rec irded in the rs^corder'a office of Lewi* and ^ 'lark* county, at^Helena, Montana, tn book ^F ^ of ranches and^ditches, page ^.-i. The adjoining claimant* are^on tbe north, tbe placer cislm ot Bdward It. Tandy^st al ; tt-eother adjoining claimant* are unknown.^Any and all pers sss claiming adversely any por^^tion of said placer ground are required to file^their adverse cla'ms with th* register of the^L nlted Mates land offlce at Uelena,ln the territory^of Montana, during the sixty day** period of pub-^licatlon hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of^the provisions of the statute.
S.A LANOHORNB, Register.
Firstpublication May IX. lfiBS
OnTHl'RSDAY, MAY 1^'^, 1W. at '13M^North Rodney street, I will sell at public^auction a choice lot of Household Furni^^ture, consisting in part of
Parlor,Bed Room, Dining Room and^Kitchen Furniture,
Heatingand Cooking Stoves.
Carpels.Beds and Bedding,
OneNew Sub-Base Coal Stove,
OneNew Parlor Set,
OneNew Bedroom Set, Etc.
Saleat 2 o'clock, p, m.
T.C. MERICK.^GEO. BOOKER, Auctioneer.
Tm Bert ti I'a cm a bu
ITCONFORM* TO SHAPE OF FOOT.
Ifto* rat perfection in St. with freedom rrum^______ us] all discomfort ^u^ ^^'^ always wear
Mswa*sas*ha**^*a* ta th* world
aui^^also Son' and Yocrns*.^hi* nam* and year address t*
Packard^ Field, -^^^'^^FRED GAMER. He'ena, M. I^WEAR M^^ Free 1 K U let I
II tl'IM. IIKALDRKs IV FINK
DryGoods, Carpets aid Wall Paper
SpecialAttractions This Week
InSilks, Satins, Surahts, Fancy Combinations. Cloths and Dreee^Goode, Fine Black (.roods in all the Newest Materials. The^Best Value in Henriettas ever shown in the city. An Elegant^Assortment of Trimmings for ail Classes of Dress Cioods. 100^White Kobes at about half the usual price Laces, Euihroideriea^AND WHITE GOODS.
Ladies'Wraps, Jackets, Sun Shades.
NoLady should Select a Wrap Before Inspecting Our^Stock. Visit this Department. It will repay your trouble.
WeOffer Everything in the Way of^Summer Clothing and Make a Specialty^of White and F ancy Vests. Our Mid^^summer Suits are in Light Weight Wor^^sted, Flannels, Seersuckers, Ponges,^Duck and Other Desirable Fabrics. For^Years We Have Made a Specialty of^Summer Clothing, and our Goods Enjov^the Highest Repute. This Season's^Preparations were Made on an Elaborate^Scale, and our Counters and Shelves^Contain Full Lines in Every Branch o^Men's and Youth's Clothing. Our Spriner^Overcoat. Suiting and Trousering Display^is one of the Most Extensive and Desir-^ble Ever Presented and is Worthv of^the Consideration of All
Crner Main and Btoadw^y.
BARNETT,MAY ^ CO.,^Real Estate and Insurance
GoodBargains in City Property Always on Hand.
ChoiceLota in the Best Additions to Helena.
FireInsurance placed in the Strongest Companies.
ROOMS5 AND 7,
M.G. COHN ^ CO.,
WILL OPKN ON
WITHA KILL LINK OK
ZPxociTico and IFirTxlt;.,
CornerEdwards Street aud Park Avenue.
1Car California Sealing Orange*.^1 Car California Malta Bloods.^1 Car Anittralian NarelR.^1 Car California Cabbage and v-w Potatoes.^1 Car Metwlna Lemnna and Bananas.^1 Car Butter and Kggs.^The trade is cordially invited to call and inspect oar stock.
ChemicalLaboi'atory.^A. W. HAND,
Galen| Block, Foot of Broadway, Helena,^Montana. P. O. Box 711.
Rare0pportunity_for Persons^of Moderate Means to Secure^a Desirable Residence Site^Within Walking: Distance or^the Business Center.
Weoffer for one week only:
Ifl I fVPSi ^* H E LBN a. TOWSBITa.
l\JIjVaO 4.Hew ^*ch. b**MUfmliT lo^^cated u* Mgh croud. It* block* from court^ho.**. 1 ^ I ^7 low agar* snd on th* tolio*log^***j terms. Trn per c ot ut ta* parr ttie* prtc*.^rseta 1 t ea par cast la foar n.oarb*. aad la*^bal-Bc* la on* mm two rear*, with Later*** at^algol par cent par annum
DeLACY,LOEB ^ CO.,
PROMPTE|^Of all^Commercial Prlntlng^Show Prlntll^FlnJ
VOL- 30^NO. 1..
St.Loi ix Block,^MAIN STREET.
AHELENA STORE thai^ri^^ :t- large a CL^^TH|^stock as any tirm wndt of^cago.
AHKLEXA FIRM that^dies the productions of the^tinesf manufacturers of^country.
AHELENA STOCK Vm\^marked in plain Inm,^the only one in the citv thi^STRICTLY ONE PRICE
\Ye had ex|^e^*l^*^l to^thunder in thebjiring Oral^depaitnienl. instead of w^t lie Spring Overci ^a t lias pla^thunder with us. ^Hevengj^MmL^ Mid we are boun^^have it. Therefore, we will^to the core the profits of^light-weight ^top hens.^'
You'llopen your eyes w^you see what we are doint^week ago we BHMWBoedl^' quarter off^^ sale. '1 his wj^wn go a Jittle heitei ami^them down TO COST, the^and new stock. Scarcely^days in the house is a serp^tine worsted, a perfect beau^booked at i^S; now a doii|^tenner, and you can wear^garment.
Thosegray diagonals lalj^all of them^from 198.50 cut
fo. Many bargains on ^]^overcoat counters, but ml^greater than a grayish b^stockinette at f'J fHK Many^man has paid ^'J^ for a ^ oat tj^as goodgj.
BUTWW an- ^playing thul^^ler^ in other thing^ u^ well^in spring overcoats Y^should see our line of noveltij^in spring suits and pi^Why--! ! VVh- ! it aln^iak^-.-^ iiwii y ou breath. ON 1.1^TEN HOLLARS buys a Mf^all-wool suit^ not one lorn- la^style, but a whole raft of theil^all nobby, till neat, all w^^inaile, and as for styles *-a^l^pattern prettier than the othej
MILLERHA I S.
Thenagain, we want to tell^you that we are Montana agent!^for HILL A BON, DtJBUH^Manufacturers of Irish twvem^We guarantee tliese goods ti^l^e imported Irisli tweed. The'^will wear forever. To inf rod u^-^them we have concluded to ^e||^them at a very small profit.
Thunderingdown th^ Umt^comes the announcement of out^neckwear. Yon have probabki^seen those washable ties. W.-j^have cut the price to BOc eacli^Coni]^etitor8 are gettir g 75c,but^will probably lower tbe pric*^when they read this announce^ment. Our lines uf noveltien^in Surah and Pongee silk i~^about as large as the balance of^the town combined, and we are^putting them out at popular^prices.
HARRIS.ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER^St. Louis Block, Main St,^H ELTEX A, M. T.
N.B.^Out of town orders^will receive our best attention^Goods sent on approval to any^part of the territory. Price list^and rules for self-measurement.