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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELEN. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 30, 1889.
HowIt Will be Observed in Helena^and Who Will Participate in^the Exercises
TheProgramme asOut by the
qa. R.^Whose Graves Will be^Decorated.
Ailirt-^^e^ t^^ ^^^- l^^-ll^^r.-al iu the After-^i b) aHsSsjS II N. Mass* AUil Ket.^I). J. ^l^ Ml Han.
To-dayia Mera'irial day and it will be^fcttiBKly observed id Helei.a. Business ax^a rule will b- suspend-d. The banks will^be cl'jsed, no courts will If open and the^people xemrally will repair lo the ct-ine-^Wry to decorate the uravea ot the heroes^who sleep their last sleep out in Montana.
ifl er l^iu*^ls,^. of the ^overnor^s stall,^will insjarct the s^ vera! military organiza^^tions at l* ovioclt a. in. The infantry and^artillery will be inspected on the court^house square, and the cavalry on the hall^grounds. o!l Helena avenue. The com^^panies ^ ill be revie Weil in time to Join the^Memorial parade, which moves from court^house square at 10:30.
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'residentof the Day ^ Krank P. fttcr-^linK-
Marshalof the Day^ lunius G. Sanders.^Chaplain^Kev. A. It. IUh-ikIi.^Orators-llon.il. N. Hake. Kev. D.J.
Themarshal ot the day announces the^following st-tll^..: assistant marshals:
Andrew^ I'Coiiiieil. Meagher liuards.
Jotinit. Miller, V. .^^. drant Camp .No. 1,^5. O. V.
bergt.Char.es A. Donnelly, Trxtp A,
H.H. Ik-ckwilh. Patriotic Order sons of^America.
CharlesK. tiaite. Wads worth 1'ost, No.^3,^i. A. It.^^ergr. llarr^ K. Thompson, liattery A.
A-s.stan!Marshals will report to the^chief at the court house at '.^ '.!^ a in.
Theseveral military organization* and^s^^-ieties will report at court house square^at Mefatoek a. m. sharp, and take position^as follows:
li.m.lKv\in^ street between Sixth and^Seventh avenue.
Mit'i.er t.iiards ^Kwing street, right^n sling on Kittti avenue
llalsnJA. M. N. ^i.^Kwing street, right^res'ing on r'iftli avenue.
PatrioticOrder Sons of America^East^rista oi court house, right on lireckenridge
TnsipA. M. N. (1. ^ lireckenridge street,^right on court Mjuare.
WadsworthI'ost No. 3, 8. A. K. ^ Wi ^'^shir ot i^ nirt house, right on lireckenridge^str.et.
I'.S. ^irant Camp No. 1 s. O. V.^North^Main approach to court house.
ieleiia Turner Society ^Court Sijuare,^north.
Wad'worthcorps No. I, W. K. (.'. and^decoration committee.
PreaMtfjtof the day, orators and chaD-^lain^Kntli avenue, betweea Warren and
i.ivernor, territorial and county ofli^ers^^ Ur^ ckinridge street between Warren and^Court -^juare.
Mayor,city council, and municipal offi^^cers^Kiitn avenue, between Ewing and^Kodney streets.
Thecolumn will move promptly at lo.3o.^in the following order:
i..m;.anv C. M. N. i, . M^avt.er Onarrts i^11^u.t. a *. N.i. iIfolena U^ht Artillery )
I'alrtoCie;^r^ier Soda -..f Ani^rVr*.^L'. s.. ^tr%iit *;^ N^^. l ^^ins of Veterans.^M ni-wonti p.*.! No | ^. a. k.^Troop A. it N. u.
Wada..rtl ^ SSfal N.^ 1, U. k c. and t'ommlttoe^on lh*ror^tl. ^n^President t^f ifae l^mv, orst up and Chv.atn^tiov-i-roor, IVrrlt risl sml i ..unty ofli ^r^.^m^j it mau Vity Council ^r.d Municipal officers.^^ ltlzrus and V lslturr.^The procession will move on the follow^^ing line of in irch:
Ewingto seventh avenue, to Warren^atreet, to Uioadway, to Main street, to^Lawrence street, to Jieuton avenue, to^Cemetery.
Afterthe exercises at the cemetery the^procession will re-form and march hack to^to tue city, to be dismissed on Broadway.
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Col.W. K. Wheeler, chairman of the ^i.^A. K. committee reports the following as a^complete ust of soldiers' graves identihed^and marged in the Helena, Catholic and^Old cemeteries:
JosephMilligan,^John K. Morgan,^John Carroll,^('has. A Hewitt,^ll.nry Yergv,^Wm. Kroser -eh,^Chas. I*. Markham,^liov. Keall^Jacob Keni-k,^Edward Itirder,
ThomasEckles,^T. C. liostinn,^K. J. Hiuglas.^Albert T. Ilra.lfor.1.^K 1' Korky.^l'atrick Kerby.^Bu t K. I'otts.
wai: or Mat^James A. Milligan.
Knglish.Edward CoulsoD,^Bernard /immerman.^The afternoon exercise at Encore hall^w ill commence at 3 o'clock. UratioDS will^be made by II. X. Blake and Kev. I). J.^McMillan. The programme of the evening^exercises at Encore hall have been pub^^lished.
JohnE. Pyle,^.las. A. Hunlevy,^Jacob Sehellilig,^D. 1.. Mi......
A.B. Mase,^1^ C Scliemert,^Silas I^exter.^Isaac Sanderson.^James vVhite.^John Kuhn,^John Koich,^Thomas C mroy.^Wm. II. Armour.^Wm. 11. stipe.^.1 ^.-ph speckert.^Ira MMjM,^H. K. l'utnam.
ReligiousService.^To-dav being Ascension day there will^be a celebration ot the Holy Communion^this morning at 7:46 o'clock. There will^b^ no rector service during the day.
Kaleigh^ Clarke are showing something^entirely new and very handsome in em^^broidered robe patterns for warm weather^dresses, in white India linen with entirely-^new designs in embroideries, colored^Krench zephyr cloths embroidered with^silk, and light wool albatross embroidered^with silk. These goods are extremely nice^and we would be pleased to show them to^you.
ABroadway lot at $15 per foot
A(.rand avenue lot at Jl'J per foot.
AFlower Harden corner at ST per foot
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Agents,rooms 11 and 11 ^. 1'ittaburg
Oneof It* Wealthy Citizen. Oppwvsd to^^nterprt*e.
Aliozeman gentleman when aaked yes^^terday how Montana's garden spot was
looking,replied: --Beautiful Bozeman^never looked prettier than at present. The^plentiful rainsnowers of the past few^week* have added luxurious verdure to our^gentle slope* and valleys: oar home gar^^dens are in full bloom; our crope give^promise of plenty: many buildings are in^course ot erection and our people are gen^^erally contented. A most important en^^terprise under way is the construction of^water works to cost nearly S75.0UO. Wiih^^He or two exceptions, our people feel^elated over their being assured of pure^water, whereas heretofore wells in^me backyards have been the^source from which water Is obtained.^While all iiozeman's enterprising citizens^are lend lag Uie enterprise every support^there is one man who is endeavoring to^inrow every obstacle in the way of the^* oter company and at this time is seeking^to draw out some legal proceedings to stop^the woik. The company has purchased^its right of way and u^ buy the spring from^where the water comes that is to supply^^ ^- i ity. had to purchase the ranch where^the spring is located. The man that is op^^posed to the water works is Bozeman's^wealthiest citizen^Nelson Story, lie owns^Urge tracts ot city real estate which will^greatly enhance in value tn- result being^that he will be compelled to pay a few dol-^.ars more taxes. The gentleman has been^consulting lawyers, but as yet he has been^nuable to skip the work.''
W'ehave just received our third shipment^for this season of French sateena of ttie^l,e^t ouality, and in entirely new and ex^^clusive patterns and designs, such goods as^cannot be found elsewhere in the city. An^.arly inspection of these goods is necessary^as they are selling very rapidly.
Mine.Janauschek may be said to be the^last of the great (iothic geniuses of a rapid^^ly closing era of the drama. Her career in^this country, entered upon when she had^gathered the most enduring laurels of his-^trionistu in Europe, has n-en both an^arduous and an honorable one. she has^held the legitimate drama up when alt the^rest of her contemporaries were running to^French bisterics or English blood-and^thunder. Her Ladv Macbeth Is the grand^^est of all her powerful impersonations, and^yet there was but a beggardly audience to^see her last night. No star has a better^supporting company than Mme. Janau^^schek. and to witness the presentation she^and her company give of Macbeth is to re^^ceive an ins-gh: int.. the great tragedy ot^^Macbeth ' that can not be learned by read^^ing the lines.
MegM^rriiies^ will be repeated to^^night, ami :u ^Meg Merri'.ies,^ as in other^plays in her repertory, Mme. Janauschek^is without a peer.
JudgeBlake disposed of the following^business In the district court yesterday:
45*2Milburn Manufacturing company^vs. D. M. J Jhnson and Robert Pelletrer.^motion of l'elletier to strike out portion of^complaint overruled.
***^E. Schleasinger v^ Croning a^Hays; judgment for plaintiff for S*0 and
Scblissinger vs. Croning A^Hays: same as 4545.
Merrillvs. Helena A Jefferson Railroad^company: damages: on trial.
TheColt Stakes.^The attention of horsemen is directed to^the following relative to nominations in^the colt stakes in the circuit: ^The second^payment of S15 on each nomination is due^on or before June 1. the third payment^for starters, of $25, must be paid as in^other races, through the entry box before t^^o'clock p. m. of the day preceding that i^upon which the race is to take place, A^fall ..re to make the payments as above^spectUed declares the nomination out of the
Wehave a larger stock of parasols, with
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!:-s. in plain black and fancy checks and^stripes, than all the town besides. The^last few warm days has proven this fact to^ns from the .(uantifv we have been selling.
Scarcityof water compels us to request^our patrons to be as economical as possible,^and by no means allow water to run to^wast-^. We trust every consumer will re-^viize the situation, ana see to it that^economy is practic d until we get a supply.^Respectfully, Helena W atek Co.
RS. Hale. 1'resident.
TheI'nion Pacific railway beg to an^uounce that they will open their bathing^mid pleasure resort, Garfield Beach, on^M Salt lake, Utah, on May 15.
(iartieldBeach is within a few minutes^ride of Salt Lake City, and is the only^beach on Great Salt lake having a clean,^sandy bottom, free from mud and rocks.
Bathingsuits to rent for ladies and gen^^tlemen, grand concert every afternoon,^restaurant and a magnificent dancing pa-^villion, make this the finest pleasure resort^in the west, and is best reached via the^I'nion Pacific, ^The Overland Route.
Forgenuine pleasure, go to Garfield^Beach. For excursion rates or descriptive^pamphlets, apply to your nearest agent or^E. L. Lom ax.^General Passenger Agent,^Omaha, Neb.
ChildrenEnjoy^The pleasant flavor, gentle action and^soothing effects 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-^ly should have a bottle.
AHandsome Book for Tourists.
Acopy of an illustrated book issued by^the Rome, Watertown ^ Ogdensburg rail^^road, entitled ^Routes and Rates for Sum^^mer Tours,^ has been received. This bock^is undoubtedly the handsomest and most^complete work of its kind published. Be^^sides giving to summer tourists more in^^formation than any other book, it contains^expensive folding maps and numerous il^^lustrations and is a complete tourist's^guide. Exclusive of the maps it contains^'30 pages of general and readable informa^^tion. The book is for gratuitous distribu^^tion and will be mailed to any address on^receipt of ten cents postage on application^to Theo Buttertiel't, general passenger^agent. Oswego, N. Y.
Owingto the improved condition of the^roads in the Yellowstone National Park, t^has been decided by the Yellowstone Park^association to open the hotels at Mammoth^Hot Springs, Norris. Lower and I'pper^tievser Basin and Grand Canyon on May^14th, one month earlier than heretofore^I'he Northern Pacific railroad will run^trains daily between Livingston and Cin^nahar.
Thetransportation company expect U^i..iw^ the round trip on the same schedule^as in effect during the regular season, which^will give tourists five and one half days^with the park limits.
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Wehave made some astonishing reduc^^tions in our Hamburg. Nainsook and Swiss^edges, from one to twenty-two inches wide,^and in India linen and Batiste dress^tlouncea, in both white and colors. We^would be glad to have you come in and in^^spect these before purchasing elsewhere.
TheMontana Central railway company^have made arrangments to give the peo^^ple of Montana an opportunity of seeing^the phenomenal race horse, Spokane, Mon^^tana's pride, at the races which will take^place at St. Paul in July next. A rate of^So5 tor the round trip from Helena to St.^Paul and return will be made. For fur^^ther particulars apply at the citv ticket^office. Mar.tana Central railway company^No. 34 Granite block.^Jko. J. Fallon, P. P. Shklby,
CityTicket Agent. General Manager.
Parentsshould take advantage at once of^the unequalled opportunity which Raleigh^A Clarke are offering them this week to se^^cure light summer dresses for their little^ones. We have thrown a quantity of ehil-^drens ready made white dresses on our^bargain counters, in sizes from one to four^^ ears, at prices from 36 cents to 92 each.^They will not last long at the*- price*.
HowArrangement* are I'rogressins; for^the Gnud Fourth of July Kvcnt.
Thebud is formed and almost ready to^bloom.^ This is the reply the energetic^and rustling CoL C. D. Curtis gave a re^^porter yesterday when asked how matters^were progreasing for the Fourth of July^celebration. This means that the pro^^gramme is almost arranged, and Montana^from Glendive to Heron and from Fort As-^sinaboine to Spring Hill will soon be made^acquainted with the fact that Helena is go^^ing to have a Fourth of July celebration.^It will be a grand jubilee and an occasion^when everybody will meet every^^body else and congratulate each other.^Helena wants Montana's aw 000 patriotic^people to assist in this celebration, and if^she does not succeed in getting them iiere^it will not be because the people will not^know that Helena is going to celebrate.^The printers are now at work on posters^which will soon adorn conspicuous places^in every city, town, village and hamlet of^the territory. No expense will be spar.-d^to make the event attractive and there will^be accommodation for all who attend.^Helena is the most prosperous and beauti^^ful city in the territory and our public^spirited business men desire that every one^in Montana should come and visit the^place and become acquainted with them,^and they extend a royal welcome.
H.M. Parcben has returned from Sun^River and proposes devoting bis energies^to his portion of the work as chairman ot^the financial committee. The general com^^mittee of arrangements met at the Board^of Tra.le rooms yesterday. Letters of ac^^ceptance from the various gentlemen ap^^pointed as chairmen of committees were^re.-eived. Col. C. D. Curtis was appointed^chief marshal of the day. and other im^^portant matters were attended to and the^meeting adjourned subject to the call of^the chairman.
Changeof Time on Montana Central.
Couimen-ingto-day, May ^^^, train .No.^::, Montana Pacific express, will arrive !^:it Helena 3:45 p. m., leave at 4 p. m. and^arrive at Butte at 7:30 p. m.
Icecream and strawberries will be served^.T the Woman's exchange during the en-^lire day.
Themedical certificate of Dr. Karl Schu-^I n has been filed with county clerk and^recorder Tooker.
TomMurphy stole a pair of shoes from^John Drew's store yesterday and was^. aught and placed in jail.
Anysecret societies wishing to secure^^r.miil in the new cemetery should call^-.(^on the chairman of the cemetery com^^mittee, Marcus Lissner.
Anumber of picnics take place to-day.^' ^..e party goes to the Missouri river, near^iifbfca* ferry, one to the Gate of the Moun^^tains, and others east and west by rail.
TIepolished (Georgia marble columns^ana carved capitals just put in place iu the^new Merchants bank building attract a^-reat deal of attention by reason of their^beauty.
Thestockmen residing in the vicinity of^the ranges comprising Mitchell's Bear-^tooth, valley, and Greenhorn, will meet at^silver City, on Saturday. June 8, for or^^ganization.
Bradstreet'shas information that the ac^^counts of F. Hammer, the Boulder diy^gotids and clothing dealer who failed last^*^.'k. have been made up. The assets are^^R,20J and liabilities $4,300, estimated.
ThomasE. Goodwin's horse ran away on^ilroadway yesterday and Mr. Goodwin was^thrown from his buggy, sustaining an in^^jury to his ankle. The horse ran into Dr.^Sligh's buggy and knocked a wheel off.
TheHelena base ball club is now organ^^ized with a strong team which is consid^^ red the equal of any former club the cap^^ital has ever had. They will have their^first game at Seyruer Park this afternoon^with the Motor club.
Wm.Haglund stole an overcoat from^Fuller's lodging house on Main street yes^^terday and was arrested. A baggage^check was in one of the pockets, and as the^baggage is not at the depot, the inference^is that the thief secured and sold it some^^where, though he denies this.
Saturdaybeing the first of the month, it^has been decided by the officers to have the^weekly medal shoot to-day (Thursday) af^^ternoon. It being a holiday, shooting will^commence at 1 o'clock and continue until^^ Those who can will go out on the 12:30^motor.
Fourof them, each 50x140 feet.^Northern Pacific addition No. 2, on^ner on Boulder avenue, only SI.475.^a- Pyfer, agents. I. ...ins n and 11^burg block.
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.lolinWorth Will Open Hi. Milliard K^m^ui^^to the Public To-day.
JohnWorth will open to day his elegant^new saloon in the Atlas block, and will en^^deavor to cater to the wishes of his num^^erous friends. For some time he has had^workmen employed fitting up the place and^not i.ntil yesterday were finishing touches^placed upon the elegantly apportioned^apartments to be used as a saloon and bil^^liard room. Mr. Worth has spared no ex^^pense in fitting up his place and prides^himself and his friends coincide that he has^the finest place of the kind in the city.^The cigar stand fronting on Main street is^a handsome room by itself. It is 25x^5,^furnished with a twelve-foot showcase and^upright showcases which are stocked with^the finest brands of cigars, smoking tobac^^cos and smokers' articles of all kinds.^Billy schott is in charge. A partition sep^^arates the cigar stand from the bar and bil^^liard room.
Thebar and fixtures are of cherry pol^^ished and shining. The top of the bar is^of mahogany. There is a twelve-toot mir^^ror, with round beveled mirrors at each^end, a canopy top. Lsngtry style. The^beer cooler is of cherry, with apartments^sufficiently large to hold everything requi^^site tor saloon purposes. The mirror pan^^els of the cooler are something new in Hel^^ena. Frank Dolan arid Billy White, well-^known mixologists, are in charge and can^serve anything In the mixed drink line that^can be served. Dallas Damal is the ef^^ficient porter.
Therear of the spacious room is fitted up^as a billiard parlor with three billiard ta^hies and one pool table. The parlor is two^feet higher than the bar room. The tables^are the bnest in any public billiard room in^America, Mahogany hand carved. The^cue racks at the sides are filled with cues^with carved and hammered butts, ivory^tipped and there is not a common cue in^the place. There are hue rugs under the^tables and the floor is carpeted with body^Brussels carpet of elegant pattern.
Aroundthe room can be seen a number^of beautiful oil paintings. Thechaudeliers^are of beautiful desigus, combining elec^^tricity and gas There is also a marble^top wash stand and every requirement^necessary for a first-class place. The^glassware, a brilliant array of which is no^^ticeable, is all imported and adds not a lit^^tle Pi the attractiveness of the place. Mr.^Worth has spared no expense in fitting up
on as he does in every business he essays.^PERSONAL.
Eliasstory, Jr., of Bozeiuan, is at the^Cosmopolitan.
Dr.Ernest Critcher is in the city again^from Great Falls.
A.A.McDonald, the mining man, is over^from Plnlipsburg.
CommodoreNick Hilger is in from the^Gate ot the Mountains.
R.S. Ford, an old time citizen of Sun^Riv er, is at the Orand Central. ^^^
Hon.Sam Word is back from B^ / m.ui^where he has been attending court.
CharlesE Moore and Mrs. L Hunter, of^Chicago, are at the Merchants, registered^from Chicago.
Thefamily of Judge Henry N. Blake^arr.ved m the city yesterday and will make^this place their home.
RHi D, L ggatt. one of Butte's oldest and^wealthy citizens, is visiting the capital.^He is at the Cosmopolitan.
IkeGreen hood, who has been in New^York for sm.ie time, returned yesterday,^tresh ami invigorated by hir trip.
Rev.A. I). Raleigh, of this city, leaves^this morning for Missoula to deliver the^Memorial day oration at that place.
Wm.B Hanks and the Misses Marion^and Emma Lewis are registered at the^Grand Central from White Sulphur^Springs.
C.F. Annett. the popular manager of^the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone com^^pany, with headquarters at Salt Lake, is at^the Grand Central.
FredM. Wilson, the active traveling rep^^resentative of the llMranoti arrived^last evening from a successful trip through^southern Montana.
A.A. Jones, city passenger agent of the^Chatauoua Lake Railway, with headquar^^ters at Jamestown, has been visiting Hel^^ena a few days and left yesterday for Salt^Lake City.
W.H. Harrington, a representative of^the Detroit Free Press, is in the city. Mr.^Harrington is on his way to the coast and^is gathering memoranda for a series of ar^^ticles on the four new states, to appear in^the weekly edition of bis paper.
ShortLine for the East.^Take the Montana Central and Manitoba^railways for St_ Paul. Minneapolis and the^east. This Is the short line. Leave Hel^^ena at 11:35 a. m.. arrive at St. Paul at tSti^a. m. Only forty-five hours for the trip.^Passengers going east can connect with^morning train from Chicago. Hereby giv^^ing a daylight run through Illinois, Michi^^gan, Indiana and Ohio to their destination^and a daylight arrival at many points in^New York state.
ExcursionRates Drccratior Day,
TheMontana Central will make rate of^one fare for the round trip to Boulder and^return on Decoration Day.
Ho,for St. Paul Races.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad will make^a rate ot $H5 from Helena to St. Paul and^return on account of the Twin City Jockey^Club running meeting, to be held at St.^Paul in July.
Ticketsto be sold on July 'J 1st, goad to^return until August 2d. Go and see the^great Derby winner. Spokane.
Chas.Fee, G. P. St T. A.
A.D. EoeAR, General Agent.
National Educational Association^Meeting.
Forthe above meeting to be held in^Nashville, Tenn.. from July b to 20 inclu^^sive, the Northern Pacific railroad will^make a rate of S*^m.40 from Helena to Nash^^ville and return.
Forfurther information call at the^Northern Pacific city ticket office.
JobWork.^The Independent job rooms are now^the most complete in theterritory. Within^the past few weeks we nave received a^cemplete line of new type, and are now^prepared to do both plain and fancy work^on the shortest notice.
Tryour best patent flour, the beat in the^market, and Wbittaker Star hams, at
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Savage*expect to imbibe bravery by^drinking the blood of their brave enemiea.^A more enlightened method of vitalizing^the blood is by taking Ayer's Saraaparilla.^It braces up the nerves and gives strength^sad fortitude to endure the ills of life.
Incidentsof a Journey to the Kootenai^Mining Country in British^Columbia.
ATalk With David McLaughlin, Who^Represents the United States^on the Border.
Whya MonLanbtn line Presented Hiiu^V4 itb a Fl*a---Hu.vins; Ore for the^Helton s.hieIter.
^Laos.B. C, May 18^[Special Cor^^respondence of the Independent J^Having^arrived in the Kootenai country, and paid^a has'y visit to the diff-rent camps on the^lake and river, and as many Montanians^are interested here, while the district Is at^the present time attracting considerable^attention, a description of the method of^reaching this portion of her royal majesty's^kingdom may not be out of place. At 12:40^a. m., the 4th insu. I left Spokane Falls on^the east bound passenger train on the^No:thern Pacific railroad, and alighted at^Kootenai station, seventy- five miles east of^the city by the falls and in Idaho territory.^' in the morning of the 5th I took passage^on the stage line running from Kootenai^station to Bonner's terry, on the upper^Kootenai river, and about fi o'clock in the^evening, after having traveled over a good^wagon road a distance of thirty-two^miles, arrived at the ferry. At this^place Mr. E. L. Bonner, now one^of Montana's millionaires, pitched^his tent way back in 1*4, established the^terry and laid the foundation to.^ the im^^mense fortune that he now enjoys.
Mr.Eddy, a wealthy and well known^r^ - dent ot Missoula, was also located at^this point. Fourteen years ago Richard A.^Kry bought out these gentlemen and has^kept the place ever since. Mr. Fry has re^^cently erected a hotel and other buildings^on the south side of the river ar.d will s-ton^move his postoffice and store to that point,^as the travel to and from the Kootenai^mines goes via tfiat side. Two steamboats^ply on the river and lake starting from this^point, as it is the head of navigation, ex^^cept in high water The steamer Idaho is^owned by Mr. Kry. She tows a barge and^carries both passengers and freight. The^steamer Galena is owned Dy the Kootenai^Mining and Smelting company, and leaves^the ferry on Mondays and Thursdays for^points on the river and lake.
Promptlyat 5 o'clock on the morning of^the ^^th we started down the beautifm river^which has an average width of TOO feet, the^^ lepth ranging from forty to eighty feet.^Fine bottom lands were to be seen on either^Mde, but during high water I he bottoms^are entirely inundated, making ranching,^except on the higher ground, an impossi^^bility. At 10 o'clock a. m. we entered Brit^^ish waters, and a few minutes later the^vessel's prow penetrated the clayey soil at^the landing, where is located the British^custom house, if a log cabin pointed with^mud is entitled to such a name.
HereI had the extreme pleasure of meet^^ing and conversing with David McLaugh^^lin, an old man Ml years of age, who tor^twenty-four y ears has H sided on the Amer^^ican side of the boundary line. Mr. Mc^^Laughlin is of a very wealthy family and^highly educated. Those tan,liar with Wash^^ington Irving's ^Astoria^ will doubtless^recognize this character. Meeting this old^man calls to mind the fact that several^years ago Mr. Tom McTague, the well-^known Deer L'idger, was down this way^on business. While passing the boundary-^line he noticed that when the custom house^officer ran up the English colors on the^British side that Mr. McLaughlin threw to^the breeze a battered and faded flag of the^l'nit^d States When Mr. McTague re^^turned to Deer Lodge he purchased and^forwarded to the old man a new and beau^^tiful star spangled banuer, which Mr. Mc^^Laughlin yet keeps with the faded oue and^prizes both very highly.
ittakes near an hour to clear the boat at^the line, as all the baggage of the passen^^gers has to be inspected and duty paid on^all articles not on the free list. The great^^est drawback to opening up this country is^the duty imposed on provisions and other^supplies brought tn by American prospec^^tors.
Itwas 1:40 p m. when we reached the^south end of Kootenai lake, a body of^water 100 miles in length and from three to^five in width. The mountains rise right up^out of the water, making level or gradual^sloping land very scarce. Early in the^evening we touched at Warm Spring camp,^the oldest in this section. After discharg^^ing passengers and freight we crossed^Wffhe, '^'fftvuea'^ oy^^ tne'^ Company^named. That night I camped on the shore^of the lake in a cabin that was built a^SJSSBaSjBV of a century ago. 1 also saw the^ruins of an old furnace where the Hudson^Bay company used to run out lead for their^bullets. In lHho a tragedy occurred on one^of the dumps of this mine, which after^ward caused much comnieut. Kobert E.^sproull shot and killed Thomas Hanimill^in a dispute over the claim. Sproull was^afterwards hanged for the deed. The^grave of Hanimill can be seen near the^banks of the lake, as it has a fine picket^fence around it. Twenty-five or more years^ago George Hears', now senator from Cali^^fornia, penetrated these wilds by river,^lake and pack train, and examined the out^^crop of the immense Blue Bell mine.
Inthe afternoon of the 7th 1 recrossed^the lake in a row boat, a distance of three^and one half miles, and was once more at^Warm Sprmgs. There I tarried until 5^o'clock in the morning, when 1 again em^^barked on the steamer Galena, passed up^the lake to the outlet, twenty-eight miles^in length, which starts from the center of^the lake on the west side and flows down^to the Columbia. A run ot forty miles^brings us to this camp which is the head^^quarters for the British officers of the West^Kootenay mining district^1 he word Koo^^tenai ends with a ^y^ on this side of tbe^line. There are a number of gold, silver^and copper mines located near tbe camp.^An English company is now bringing in^two small Huntington mills to reduce the^ores from a gold lead. Since being here 1^have had the pleasure of meeting Mr. W.^L. I.oveland. ore buyer for the Helena and^Livingston works. He came in on the^boat and expects to remain in the country^until he has determined the quality and^quantity of the ores produced and the pos^^sible output.K. U. K.
Wewill offer some special inducements^to buyers of ladies' ready made white^dresses and wrappers for the next few days.^We have the largest stock of them that was^ever shown in this market at price* from^S4 to $25.Kalkioh a- Clarke.
Tobe Held at Ceo Park la July- A^Huge Tent^e Pitched.^Central Park on Montana Central^railroad is assured eing a popular place^for recreation durinie summer, and a^large number of pics an.' excursions are^being planned for delightful resort.^The most important en t thus far per^^fected is that the Modists of Montana^have decided upon t picturesque park as^the place where thi will hold a camp^meeting. Arrangeits have been made^with the Montana Ural, and the big^event will occur somme in July. Cen^tral Park besides be a beautiful place.is^centrally located to tbe leading cities of^the territory. Kou trip rates will be^made for people adding the meeting^Tbe buildings aldy erected on the^grounds will be useo.r dining balls and^the meeting will be U in a mam moth tent,^large enough for S,0i people. It is ex-^l. .-. ted over 5.000 pea- will attend.
Thefollowing reaitate transfers were
filedin the reeorder'ffice yesterday:^Mareena Ballard trustee ox ti Nicholas^a Redding, lot ji blkLocker adJitloa
backs:can be oaam _^mllft west of Helena. J. \.
Tuoek Goodwin, true to Mr-hulas a^Feddlne, lot 5. blk 1 bett sedition ..
B*-nj%r.ilnMmlMn and w to J.weph Blake^lot IS, blk ft: Hoback.d ^ anno* bad^dltlon;
HwplQDovlee to B. D. ed % Interest In^tbe Cot vis .jaartz lw Scratch Uravel^rllatrict:
toward'* Mtromb to htasa Wesleyan^Culvers i. th* N H the N % of the^N *. 1^ - r. 7 Tp. in N S W
JosephP*r~nt et ax to htana ^ esleysn^University :J0 acres of d foar and one^halt miles north of Uwa;
JohnU- Ramsey to Mtsna Wealevsn^I'niverfitT boad for defor the N w^of III^ N W ta sec. 5 ID M, it. SW.;
ChasD. Usrd to the Mtana We leyan^VnlTeraitr bond for detor the W % of^the S If of the o. W. Vc MT UN K.^)^.;
11.T.Kr.c-lr.orn et m to ^ Montana Wes^^ley an Cnlvtrdty th- Ml. V of the N. s^^K ot eec 6 T 10 M R 3 .;
i.e..u. Kalt et ax tuis'tfo Sylvester Mc^Tarty lot 3 blk IS riowiUarden addltli n
~I. tsfc-ue et ox to tie. .oaghton lot ^1^blk I Slones addition V
J.W. Mcllvalne to ^re. ttottcber bend^for -a for .,-.^: / lod(anyon Creek.
B.B. Kellr to Horace K K.ne. the Wood^Hose lode claim
Urman^ Laehman to J.in 1 D. Bowhay,^lot* 1, 4, bl'k 4, Depot wolon
G.W. Jackson, musicjealer.
Dinnerfrom 12 to 5 at le Bon Ton.
JamesW. Barker, rutenant tailor. No.^15 North Main street.
E.K. E. Carpenter's dital rooms, room^80, Pittsburg block. Tae tbe elevator.
r^.east via the Morana Central and^Manitoba railways, the ew sleeping and^dining car route to Be. .ml and the east.^Through trains leave Uiena daily at 11:35^a. m.
1IKKZ swHTANA^In llena. May B*,S* the
residenceof Mr SleMlni-ecn Ninth av~nue, by^.1 udge Howey, bam BstS id Hermtnle smet-^ana.
MILL-^HALL^At tbe oce if the probate^jarge In Helena, May 40, I J'idge Howey. W^^llara B. Mills and Susan ^ Hall.
Mi rile LoSfe Nk S, K. of IV
A regalarneetlng si the
st * lod^e will h held Thcrsdsy
30olock at their ' Cattle^ver archen's drug store
d'allyIr.vlt.i tn attem^CHAS. s. \. THOMPSON, C. C^JAKK mm, K.. of K. and s,
RSALB^Lady ^ railroad ticket to St. Paul^Apply at this office
1^OK SALB^Six thoroaghhred
/HjRSALB^One hundred good Orer^n mares,^J I,Sou cattle. Enquire of spencer A Hps.^Also 12 good awSM bone*. J. y Shirley.
iXR SALB^On assy terms, six-room brick^' house, la perfect order. Cabin and barn on^ar ot lot Corner Dearborn ^.-o^- and liaussr^street anqulre of l^r B. K a Carpenter, room^^', Pittsburg block. Take the elevator.
Ll paper* for sale at this olice
XiHSALB^First claas IwardlBC house and^restaurant at ureet Kal.a, now has 3u regu^^lar boarders and doing a nourishing bualaea*.^c suae ot sale 111 tealUi. AildreM Musea ttnn*^and Bene, oreat Kalis.
OVSKand LoU for sale. A BrUk House^of slant rooms, comer of RuOney and^Bridge sta , 73xi* feet, lo line shade tree*, also So^feet adjoining same fronting on Bridge et - also^' 1 feet fronting on Hodney ^t and M feet deep.^Opposite new residence ot A. U. C.arke
K.y. BTOL'T, Agent,^luv! south Itotluey ^t.
advertisement*under this^^erted tnree times free of cnarga.
WANTEU Position ^r clerk or manager^a hotel by aai experienced geatlemsi..^idreM y. W.
V, this office.
WantbdI'oaltl. n by a gautlenian of s^years experience; understanls lreurat.ee^anu abstract buslne s, and la ^n expert account^^ant; bast of references, will work cheap. Au-^draas K. K. thi* office
Gi1KL wants place tor chambermaid or child's^I^ nurc. good references given; No. 308^Water suvet
BEAUTIFULLot 33xl^^^ just opposite^the Merchant** Hotel ou Broadway.^\H~.^ per foot.
AVISERanch'JO at-ren. 33 head of^St^ck Cattle, ti Horses. Met^ irmick^Self Buid-r. :i Wagons, 1 Mower, liow-.^Harrows. Harness and all Kinds of Farm-^\ng Implements, (food House, Barn and^Water Right, *7.5t ^J.
RAREChance in Flower tiarden Ad^^dition. 55fi feet at *o per foot. This^is a Bargain.
/OOD Concrete House on Hillsdale,^VT 13,i. i). Large Lot and good out-house^4 rooms, water in house and yard.
NICKNew o room Frame on Fifth
$6.00PER rRONT FOOT
ForSouth Half of Hock In Northern^Pacific Second Addition.
Thisembraces eight lot^^, each 50x140^(two corners) -a total frontage on Pros^^pect street of M f^ t.
ilire.paytoie *rx^i uown, bal
1291-2 NortMMaln Street
Helkna.May 2i^. ^ [Editor indepen^^dent. ]^Having read an article in this even^ing's Herald entitled ^The Cemetery,^ I^would like to inquire where that paper ob^^tained its figures regarding the cost of the^proposed purchase. The tacts are these:^There are 157 acres in the trsct; the price^;o be paid is S75 an acre, which would^tiring the total cost to the sum of $11,775 in^^stead of S15.000. as the Herald says. W'e^can sell burial lots to the county and dif^^ferent churches, societies and private indi^^viduals to the amount of $4,000, which^would be at once available, thereby lessen^^ing the outlay by the city fully one-half.^In large cities, where land is very costly,^it is well enough to have the cemeteries^controlled by private corporations, but^in a young and growing city like this^and where land is cheap, I think^the proper way is for the city to own the^burial place. This. 1 am sure, would be to^the advantage of the poor. Even in tbe^near future no ground available for ceme^^teries will be obtainable for even at a great^advance upon the price now asked, and^business sense dictates immediate pur^^chase. So far as I am individually con^^cerned. It would be to my profit to have^cemeteries controlled by private corpora^^tions, as people of my religious faith have^burial grounds of their own.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad will make^a Sunday excursion rate of one fare for the^round trip from Helena to Elliston and^Avon and return. Tickets will be sold^for train No. 1 Saturday night or train So.^7 Sunday morning, good to return either^Sunday night or Monday morning.
Tbeabove are the best trout fishing^places In Montana.
A.D. ElM. ar.
S.e. Cor. Broadway and Pine.
Room4, over .^red Gamer's,^HELENA. MONTANA.
Hot Springs and^Motor Line.
Trainswill be run to-day on the follow^ing schedule for the accommodation of the^base ball and gun clubs: No. 1. leaving^the hotel at 1.-05 p. m.. running to the N. P.^depot.
No.2. following at 1:08. running to and^leaving Main street for base ball grounds^and hotel at 1 JO. 2 V0. 2 JO. S.U0, 3 JO, 4 JS,^4 JO. 5:50. 7:16.830 and 11 p. m.. No. 1^making regular trips to N. P. depot.
JJ. Palmkr.^' ' er* - Manager.
Everylittle girl in town most will want^a nice white drew for Decoration day. and^about the best place In the city to find them^all ready to put on Is at Kaleigh A Clarke's,^where they have an enormous stock ot^them In all sues and price*, to^and poor, froai H eents to $25.
Th*Steam^r ^Boee' vtUhnake regular exclu^^sion tripe from Blifer'i i .~o-f through tbe^lite of the Mountain* to Picnic Can von. Bear-^tooth and Willow Creek tnd return oa^ Tuesday*,^T- Ml ka ^ an.; I ^ k*M I .ruv r.^.:.-^' B sat^soa of lw9.
Alsow it make Special Trip* to same point*^with partie* of ten perataa or more, leaving Hii-^eer ^ at 10:4^ a. m. and Hi urn at 3 30 p m^Fair on regular dar* to Picnic Can roc and
returnper patsasia fisn
ToWillow Creek and B**rtooth |s.00
Partiesof fifteen or mori pereon* lncladlnc^Maee fare from Helen* and return to Pic^^nic Can too B3.0U
ToWillow Creek and Ken-tooth $3.90
Informationand connraara* fumnheo by th*^HBLKNA CAB CO.^H BILUBR, Proprfetor
auax.a. woolku. aumLU w. aaowwna
ATTOBXaTs-AT-LAW,SM Dkeas.as na,^CHICAGO. llXlA'OJja.
WANTEDl^nv work or odd job*.^V , ibis office.
|uoK 11 thi Any kind of work in the city^I * t^y a man wbo *)ieak^ and ^ rites French and
AunreMNo. 4- Leuulr
GrandFarewell Tour and Last Appear^^ance in Helena of the World's^lireatest Tragic Actress,
I'nderthe Management of Mr. Fk*nk^V. Hawlky, and Supported by Mr.^SK0.1). CHAPLIN and a Splen^^did Legitimate Company,^Producing
Mondayand Thursday Evenings and^Saturday Matinee,
(livenwith all the bright *parkllng music, grand^chorutes, etc., used U Madame Janauscask's^mamlflrent production it th* I'nion Square The^^atre, New York City.
U,PUC +11o pt Tne Grand Historic
MaryMil art, Conrt Dram
Tnesdayand Friday Evenings.^The Subline Tragedy,
Wednesdayand Saturday Evenings.
Reerved Seat* on *ale at Pope A ^ 'Connor *.^tsruo ADVANCE m PRICES.
AVolSliIntelligent Swede ape akin s' ^a^gll*b, tieraian and th*. scanuinarlan lac.^guage* about l Uke to accept * permanent i^ .n^Uoa Tan yearn t.u*lbe#* experience; drat ^.!***^reference*. Addree* O. S. is., tbl* office
WANlKil^ A fltuatton by a girl to do atcond^work la a private faamy . Addrea* Second,^tola office.
ANTEDSItuaUon a* coachman. Address^Coachman, tbl* office
taANTED-Sltuation by :iret-cla^e bread and^^ T cake baker Adore** W M .tbl* office. To^be teen at beivedere liuUse, nootu am
rpKACHKKfrom eatt, with attractive metbjd,^_L rapid, lntertadng. adapts' .e to particular^cave*; toechlnK, neglected early edacatioj, etc.,^(anth case* strictly private., specialties^Lan^^guage^Latin, French, Knglish, English literature.^shaarSe- .:^ a specialty, history. Oriental re^ligiona, etc. Send addrea* to Experience, this^office.
AMOOEKEKPEK,employed during the day,^would llks to keep a ^ .all aet of ^. o^o^evenlux*. Addree* ^bookkeeper,' thl* office. _ _
ACOOE,derlrlng a poeitlon In mining camp^or mountains to run a b.^ardlng house, can^. .in.- well recommended. For particuiere inquire^at '.-^^ aaat prtdge.
sjltustlonto do laun-lry or chsru-^Addrers D U , Ibia office.
CS.BANDLKKwants a laundry tin,four csr.en-^/ tors and two girls to wn.
anted at in* i.r. sdwsl.r
VV'ANTEDi.erman g'.rl In a small tainl'y;^VV wage* $.10. apply at this office.
WANTEDDressmaker at Mrs. Uedioger s^^Mi Nortn Koaney ctreei.
WrANTED^ An energeteS la.) t i do ^ollclUng;^wlu allow couiauirfelon or guarantee a sal^^ary to good partite. ^ all oM a. f. Bbotta, tuff-^niopoll.an Uolel, lielena.
WANTEDA gentleman of energy and a' lilt)^to solicit at.d do general wt rk; mu-t de^^posit $i5 and tie able to iuri^i*n security, will^guarantee good party from $^b to iUil per month,^call on A. F. aboil*,*'i^*ruopolliao lloiel, llriena.
i Xl'EKIENCK t agent wanted lor ie^l* and^iij Clarke county t* sell tbe popular boo* ^Ke-^tuark* by bill Nye.^ Liberal terms to proper^person Lady preferred. A .id re**, with full par^^ticular*, 1. ilamburger, general agent, Helena,^Montana.
OVEKSEEKSwanted everywhere at home or^to travel. We wlah to employ a reliable per^^son In your county to tack up atlvertl*eu.ent* and^^now card* of Elect-Ic Uood*. Advertisement* to^be tacked ap everywhere, pa. .Uqee*. rentes add^Country In all part* of tbe L nited Stale* and Can^^ada, stead) employment; wage* S-.5U per day;^e x pen see advanced; no talking required. Local^work for all or part of tbe time, addre** with^stamp, Emory m Co., Manager*. '^41 \ ine etreet,^Cincinnati, u. No attention paid to postal card*.
Avenue,well built desirable loca^^tion ; #2,31 ^.\ easy terms.^INVESTIGATE this: We have a large^1 brick house, new ami complete iu^every respect, 5 large rooms, bath room,^good stone cellar and closets, lot 70x100,^13,100, easy terms.
\KvV FRAME, six rooms, lot 50x1 V^.^A good cellar and outbuildings, hard^finish inside, water in house, fIJM,^Flowerree addition.
CEVKNlots in Northorn Pacific addi
0tiou No. I at *:^ ^^ each.
'PENlots in Hershlield addition. to
0NKchoice 6-room frame on Broa.l^way, close to business center, wat-r^in house, good cellar aud fence*. $:i,i;^i.
DEXHBORNavenue, a choice corm i^75x150, in Hauser addition. $42 [per^front foot.
\FINE RESIDENCE on Warrei^-V street, six rooms, pantry, cellar^aud outhouses, fine bath room, f^^^,000.
\rOCcan secure bargains by calling on^us. We have choic* and selected^property in all parts of the city aud^suburbs.
ThompsonBlock, Room 10. oppc+ite
CraudCentral Hotel.^ Telephone 27^ i.
Weclaim this is the finest chew of Plug^Tobacco ever offered to the public,' and^any lover of a good chew will acknowledge^it has no equal after once trying it. Ws^want you to taste it; your judgment is^better than our praise.
Ouraim is to excel. We think we bars^it. The rapidly increasing demand for^BLUE GRASS proves that it has merit.
Madefrom the choicest and most care^^fully selected Leaf Tobacco grown in Ken^^tucky. BLUE GRASS is * tough and last^^ing chew, superior to any Plug Tobacco^produced. We ask you to try it, feeling^sorifldent you will appreciate tl.e quality^which has made
famousfor its HIGH GRADE OF EXCELLENCE.^MtNUFICTURtD BY
Tln_^1:o Goods I
Thisweek we will exhibit tlie finest line of White Goods ever^shown in Helena. We have secured, thronfrh our Eastern buy^^er, the entire stock ot one of the most extej hive manufacturers.^We are therefore enabled to deal out White Goods to our cus^^tomers at prices much lower than ever before. We have
PlaidNainsooks. Lace Striped Nainsooks,
CheckedNainsooks. India and Vicioriv Lawns,^Striped Mamsooks, Nainsooks and Linen Lawns^Mulls and larletons, Lace Striped Nainsook:
Wehave an elegant assortfrent of LADIES* EMBROIDERED^DRESS PATTERNS, from rl to *16a pattern.
SATEENS.Arrived yesterday. -^ pi^o* of KowMim'a Fine^Sateens, in elegant patterns, which are now on txhibition.
CLOAKS,CLOAKS. CLOAKS! BIG SUCCESS!
OurGreat Cloak Sale of last week wss so successful that^have decided to continue it for one week longer.
TorHeat^Dwellings, Business Planes. ,^to
'UK K^M-Fire room dwelling. No. 534^- .ii. Kodney street. Apply to L. 1^. La-^t roll, Nu M, 1-ltUonrg block.
LXiKhum-Two an.all brick atom, just fin-^X^ isbed. oa bridge street, near Stain eir^*-t.^Knqulre of Dr. B. K. It. Carpenter, room Jn, fltta-^burg block. Taa* tbe elevator.
TjXK KKNT^Storeroom* In Pesn block, also^Jj *toreroom* and office* ta Pittsburgh block.^In , .ir- of John W. Tnomp*on, r.^ m lis. Pitt*
''.r. ' block.
JiVoomsfurnished and Uarurnisned.
fjOR KB NT - An elegsntly furnished room at^JJ $u* per month No. 10U Chsucer street
IjXiKRENT^Three nicely furnished rjumi^P and barn No. is Nona lienton avenue.
Ij'l'HNISllBDROOMS +.^^ benton avenue.
elejj.*.t furnished room* for rent at M^i
CjXlRRENT A nicely furnished room. Iu^P quire at this office.
rtWO NICBLY furnished front room* for rent,^_L 1- n..rth Rodney *treet.
TjXjRRBNT^One furnished room for two gen^X/ tlemeu. 7K Fifth avenue.
jXR KENT-A nicely furnished room.^^ quire at 546 sixth avenue.
|UK PACIFIC or Lenoir liana*^steam heat,^X elegant room*; 50, 75, $1, * It* $1.50 per day.^No disreputable character* allowed.
HARVEYUOtaE. (.rand strew, new and^^legsntly f urnlahed rooms, single or In aalte
ANTED Furnished house for three adult*^from the east for threw or f. n r months no^reasonable terms, beat references and care goar-^anwd. Address R. W B., this c tBee.
Lt)M'~Ared nnrmco po^*k^K nook: return tr.e^earn*' to owner of cwda Inside and receive^r* ward.
Longp^ ^ketbook, containing hank tv ok^tber paper* of no raJae to any on*, bat^Return to thle office. Literal reward.
MX HUH of hoarders can be ar-ommodated^at 3ft Park avenue: t rms very reas mahle.
fOANS oa improved real estate at low rate*^J_^ of InterestFOLK .V DEVINE
sealedproposal* for the purchase of city war-^rail* Issarlng .Ti *rven p^r -ent Interest in the^^m..ant of thirty-nine hundred do'iarai-t.so^^,will^*^* received a' rr.v ..On, No. 113 Broadway, until^Friday, May 31, 18BV at 12 o'clock meridian.
8.H IM i! i.I.As
Helena,M T.. May *, lt^V. ^ ltv Treaanrer.
Thefinest pleasure resort and^pic nic grounds in the vicinity^of Helena.
TakeMotor for Kessler's and^a free ride will be given to the^Grounds and return.
Openat all times.
StreetGrading.^Sealsd proposal* will be received at the otto* of^t..^ .nu-r-u-n-:. r ^ Sal - U-.ter Moca. .ntii Jin-^10, last, at 12 M. 1st th* rrsdlor of Benton ^ve^^nue from ^ lark Mreet to Ralph street, according^t.. ; .an. and specification* oa file la th* office of^city engineer Each bid ssest be arw.m^leS^a cwrataacb^ f#r jso a* a guaranty^See holder will execute a contract ta acoor-
*athe right to reject sot and all^By order of tbe dtv council
_, ALBX. C. BOTEI!*. City Clerk.^Mies i. Moat. May ^, 1888.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
SPOKANFrat I W T.
July3, 4 and]5.
Sept.23,24,25,26,.27,28, '89.^$8,600 INjPURSES.
Trottingand Running Stake* for^two-year-olds, $40 entrance with |200^added.
DerbyStakes. |.V) entrance with #250^added. Close Jnne I, when first pay^^ment of entrance will be due.
Addresssecretary for information.
A.A. NEW8ERY, President.^B C. VAN HOU1EN. Secretary
HO*!HER*PACIFIC TIKE TABLE.
Thefollowing la th* time of tbe arrival a anc^departure* of trains on tbe Northern Pacific or^the new schedule, taking effect stunday. Mar. I,^11, 1*^^.
No.1^Through West-bound express. ^ s ft^ p
* A^Through Best-bound expreas7:10 pss
8^ Butte, Missoula and Bel. Exp I-.'p n
lis^ Marva tile Kasaenser e:4UaB)
iO-Marysvlile A*c- mm- darlon z:4ops^^^ Jo^Rimini Accomrri'siail.iQ. Monday
Weoaeeday*^ d Friday5:00 p te
5^ Wlckee and Boulder Passenger 10:1* am
Ho.1^Through Weet-bound exprees . 4:tr^ p m
-^Through Baflt-hound exprees1 :^t . ao
^^Helena, Butte and Mbvooia Ex.. 7:^5 a m
^11 ^earyevllle Accommodationii mm
l'.^^ Kin lnl Aorommodttlnu Monday,
WVdnssdayanrl Krldsr- ^.' s :
S^Wlrse* and Boulder Passenger 4:15 l. m^A. D. KLHi* K, teneral Agent. Helena, M. T.^C. 8. FEE ... P. andT. Agt M Paul Minn
MONTANACENTRAL TIME TABLE.^F..U wing Is the time of arrival and depart ire^of train* a' Helena Sw tbe new schedule, taklnir^effect April 17th, lgSK:
TSAISSAHJUVX AT HELENA.
So.A_st. Paul AUsatlc It. from Butte anc;^south, 11 -' ^ m.
MoS ^Montana Pacific Ex. from M Paul^and east 'l:tr. p m.
No.2-Helena and Butte Ex. from Unite anc^south, S:-Jtl p m.^No. 5^ Marvsvllle Exprece, 1^ a. m.^No. 7 ^ Marysvtlle Ex. 1.40 p. m.
TWA'\ ^ OEPAST FROM HELEHA.
No.4^St. Paul Atlantic Ex. for St. Paul anc^east. 11:^ a at
No. . * r.twi Psclflf Ei for Butt*^*onth, 4.on a. m
No.1 ^Helena tnd hutte Ex for Butte and^south, p :-ff^ ^ m
No.^^ ^tarv^TlIle Bxpreae. 7:3f. p. m.
No.m. -MaryavUle Ex. 4 10 a. m
Train*No*. 3 sad 4 connect at Butte with L'aloe
forPurther Information call on or addrea* any^agent of tt 1* c. mrany, or
PP SHELBY. Oen Mssager. Helena.^M P. BEN rt ^ Tr.v. Pas* Art H^ena
SiST* PAUL B'Y
latbe Fact-Mail Short Line from 8t^Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosse and^Milwaukee to Chicago and all points In^the Kastern States and Canada. It la the^only Una under one management be^^tween St. Paul and Chicago, and Is the^Finest Equipped Hallway in the North^west. It Is the only line running Pull^^man Drawing-Room Sleeping Can with^Luxurious Smoking Booms, and tbe^Finest Dining Care In the World, via the^famous ^River Bank Route,^ along the^shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful^Mississippi River to Milwaukee and^Chicago. Its trains connect with those^of the Northern lines In the Grand Tnion^Depot at St. Paul. No change of care of^any claw between St. Paul and Chicago.^For through tickets, time-tables, aad full^information, apply to any coupon ticket^agent in the Northwest. B. Miller.
fJenTManager; J. Y. Tucker, Am't 6en1^Manager; A. V. H. Carpenter. 6enl Pass,^an.! Tit. Ag't; 6eo. H. H-afford, Aaat^eenl Pans, and Tkt. Ag't, Milwaukee^Wis. W. H. Dixon, Aaat 6t^n1 Pa*.^Agent, St. Paal Mima.
WeOffer Everything in the Way of^Summer Clothing and Make a Specialty^of White and Fancy 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^he 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 Sprins^Overcoat, Suiting and Trousering Displav^i ji e of the Most Extensive and Desir^^able Ever Presented and is Worthv of^the Consideration of All
CorneriVam ard Broadway
U.S.Public Sampling Co.
Samplesand AMQrt Mad*- of all Orve. ConpitTr.niHiits Solicited.^Samples ot rach lot Submitied 10 the DifF^rr-nt Smeltere^and th*- Ore Sold to tbe Highest Bidder.
WRITKFOR TKKMS. City oflioe with Bblkk. Cab Company. Telephone^No. 71. Sampling Works at Northern Pacific and Montana Central railroad^junction. Take Motor Line West.
MANl'FAlrl'RIK AND DBALKK IN
Stock Saddles, Side- Baddies,
Liyrht and Heavv HtMnsSaM,
Bit~.Sptir^, Quirt-, W hipa, La^iti^'^, Blaiikct^. Sheet^, DohUm, Sl!ckers, Nose Baers,^Sweat Collars, Hor-e Boots ami all other goods usually knpv in a ur-t-clase. har-^nenH htore. Hand n..t'!e driving !.*ri ^^ ^ ^^. ~\^ ^ . il'
OppositeGrand Central Hotel. Main St., Helena, M. T.
BARNETT,MAY ^ CO.,^Real Estate and Insurance
GoodBarpaiDS in City Property Aiways en Hand.
ChoiceLota in the Best Additions to Helena.
FireInsurance placed in tne Sti ongest Companies.
ma Hl factukfks of
Common,Fine.Front and Ornamental Brick
a,nc3-Ot-ti oar Clay Products.^Office: Gold Block, f^4 North Main Sir.. t.
F.L. SIXER, (rr-neral Manager.
DeLACY,LOEB ^ CO.,
RealEstate, Mortgage loans, Collecting and Insurance^Agency, Rooms 20 and 21, Gold Block.
BrickDwelling, furnace, tras water and all modern conve^^niences. Five rooms. No. 335 West Lawrence street, lot 40x^100 feet. Price, *4,500.
FrameCottage with stone basement, IVo. 575 E. Bridge Street,^lot 84x100 ft. Price $3,500.
FrameCottage, | rooms, bath room, stone cellar, Peosta Ave^^nue, btween Lincoln and Garfield streets, lot 5^xl25 ft. Price^$2,700.
TwoFrame Cottages, 3 rooms each, lot 25x140 feet, on Eleventh^Avenue, between Hobach and Kaleigh street. Price $1,000, each^on very easy terms.
Desirablelots in all the Additions. A few cheap lots inHelena^Townsite near business centre at a bargain. Acre Property ripe^for subdivisions and immediate sale^RareChance.
ForBargains and inside prices call on us.^$100,000 to loan, in sums to suit.
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St. Loris B^VOOBl^main tsTRKKT.
Thestudent of ecoiKmi^ponder oter huge toim - '^the sconce of seasonv^rinds }iinif^elf ivwnnl..!^many yeats ot study and^ing much of midnight oil^he but known Msatackai^ena peoples! er^:it deal
havebeen Mived. IM
illnstratifn can be found^South Main Street.
Hownuinv people in 111^will p)ow their appreciate^we ssWw th^ni what our^cost; See here.
WeHold more children's w|^last week than every other^combined. Why is it' Sii^because we sold fhein . \\^W^ are ^till at it. And^continue until the stock if u'|^We offer until all is sold,^dozen children's waists,^cents each. ^2t^ dozen perl^waists at 90esfltfi sack, SSsS]^dozen tlaniiel wais's at 5o^each.
Don'tbuy any more than^need. We pay this bec:i^people are liable to buy n|^than they would because t]^are cheap.
TENCENT COLL A
Andour large line of
121-2 CENT CUF]
OurSpecial Attraction^week has been a line of n^^gee shirts. You never^such novehies as we oil^Three new lines fresh frl^the manufacturers a casual^nette, shield front in ^ i^ am a|^old g^^ld. About the |irettif^thing shown for many a^day.
MILLER II ATS.
TENDOLLARS still acco^plislus the wonderful feat,^that amount will purchase^all wool suit, sizes H to^Tw^^ styles this week by^press of lots we closed on^about as neat in design as ai^thing we have in stock.
IdDreFsi Suit~ we show son|^very pn-tty things in wi^^Wales. As a general thing yd^see two styles in Clothing stot]^where we show seven: thus yol^can see why it is that a mal^can hardly tome into otu ^ t^^ri^without finding what he wants]^be he loi g or short, stout^slim, rich or poor. We SI I^them all.
OIVKN t^^ fVWSMAMMBH
Collarsand CufTs. We ar^^selling them in stock. Strangl^to say. that at this late day[^there are men crazy enough tr^pay 2^^ cents for a collar wh-tj^th-y can get one equally ^ro^^^for intents, simply to keep ujl^a name. It is rank absurdity,^and no man doing it can gta^you any good reason why h^does it Ol R ten cent collar-^are the latest style Four ply^And 21mi linen. Find ano-he^collar as good and you niui^pay double the money.
HARRIS,ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER^St. Louis Block, Main St,^HELENA. 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 sell-measurement^mailed free on application.