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TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, sunday morning, june 30. 1S89.
HelenaTennis Players Industriously^^ Practicing for the Territorial^Tournament Next Month.
Marriagesof Interest to Helena Peo^^ple, One in This City and the^Other at Indianapolis.
nop-ls of the PmirmiiiiM f^^r the Knter-^taiuuient f^^r the Benetit of the Kpisco-^pal C hurrh-Personal and l.eucrml.
Thepast week to H. has been a vrIf^quirt on^-. and while people ar~ doing a^great deal in simtli way there is rt-aily^nothing of importance t^^ chronicie. There^is some little stir in t-ur.is circles, and the^courts are now crowd, d with those practic^^ing for the tournament, which will take^place July lv ly ani M. The enthusiasm^is confined, however, chiefly to the sterner^sex, and it i* an open (juestion whether^there will be a sufficient number of ladies^enter to make a contest. I his is undoubt^^edly a pity, tor the presence ef ladies^greatly adds to the charm of the game.^The time for commencing play has not so^iar been set, but it will in all probaoility^be from 5 p m. every evening, or should^the list of entries be too large, an earlier^hour may be selected.
Threesets out of rive will probably de^^cide the individual merits of the players or^teams, and a con. iselect umpires,
etcwill be appointed. Quite a numrirr of^teams have already been made up for the^doubles, and among them 1 can mention^Messrs. Harlow a:.d W. MM, Messrs. h.^f Crosby and Hem, Messrs. Nicholson^and Haines, and Messrs. Steve Carpenter^and It. ^ HiU- 1' 13 ,air lo presume that^all these gentlemen will take part in the^Besides the above mentioned
Crosbyand Hill and the Misses Briscoe^and Florence Child. This programme^ought to insure a g'Mid house, ami i:.- re^^hearsals liidcate that it will be an ortistic^success. The following art. to appear in^thetabesux: M as B Kuiiiiev, M s^ Kme.-^ine ^ir^^ n. Miss In i ^iui.h. Mr- K. M^^Hill, Mrs. May. Mrs. K I*. Crosby, and^Mr. Simpson, who will sing the scotch cra^^dle song in diaie.n.
THEASAIUMH HoTKL Ol LMNto.
Quitea large numoer of men are g^ ;:.g^down to witness the opening of the Ana^^conda hotel and participate in the inaug^^ural ball. A special train will carry the^party over the Northern 1'acitic. leaving^Helena about 5 p. m. tomorrow evening^and returning earl^ i'uesoay morning.^There are s^^iue thirty names so far. amoug^whom will be found J. P. Keed. Spruine^Braden, Waiter ^^. Kelley, J. Weil-. M. A.^Meyendoirt. t. W. Krjigtil, Jr.. treorge^Child, U. Lake, i'attenaude, Major Mag n-^nis. J. Heia- and many others. Quite a^number ol ladles are expected to oe pres^^ent from Butt*. Deer Lodge and the v.cin-^ity, and u.iul. .. .... many iaaies would have
accmpsn.'-dtt.c party Ii.ui Helena Lad^not the trip t^.-^-u rather a trying our.
Therewol i^- a meeting of the dramatic^committee of :h. hncore iiub to-morrow to^determine upon a suitable play for the^opening and d-fili ation of their new hall.^Messrs. Waliace, Child, liili, Thornburgn^aud Metten compose this committee, and^their retort will be hand; dust the regu^^lar meeting ot the Encore club to-imTrow^n^ght, when it will a: once be acted upon.
Thepicnic on the Kourth of July to^McClennan guicn will be very largely at^lehdvd, and a very enjoyable time is in^store lor those invited, provided old 1'luvius^does not disapprove, and even if he did we^could not but approve of bis action, tor we^need water too oadly to care whether a^picnic party gets damp or not.
Hidingand driving parties are very^much in vogue at present, and the Misses^Kloweree, Miss Newcombe, Miss Briscoe,^and Messrs. Keed, Nicholson, Haines,^Wi ld and others sre constantly getting up^parties for a spin out in the direction of the^new hotel and warm springs and other^popular health resorts.
Mr.and Mrs. (^. G. Martin went to Mis^^soula on Thursday, to be present at the an^^nual meeting of the Montana Press asso^^ciation. Tt.ei returned home yesterday.
lien,i.r i ne has returned from his ranch^in the Flathead country, where he left
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AMaine Mau W ho ll^ I'm ;)^.30.^. Words^on a Postal l ard.
NewYork Sun: It is said that the cham^^pion microscopic penman of the world lives^in Belfast, Waldo county. Me. His name^ia Kila Kittr. dge. and. although past 7^^years of age. his hand is as steady and bis^sight as keen as ever. He wrote one of^Pr. sident Cleveland's messages to con^^gress^about 15.000 words^on the oack of^a postal card, but lately he has done some^tine scribbliug which throws that perform^ance in the shade. He has written the^Lord's Prayer eight times on a space the^size of a fire-cent silver piece, eighteen^columns of the Boston Post upon a postal^card, and is now engaged in the work of^putting rj^ 305 words upon another postal^card. The work is so fine that a powerful^microscope has to be used in reading it, but^then -wry 1-tter appears distinct and^beautiful. Mr. Kittredge uses a common^steel pen and wears spectacles. He has au^^tograph letters from several presidents and^other distinguished men who have received^saiup.es of his work. President Garfield^having sent him bis photograph and a kind^letter, which are highly pr;z-^d by the old^man.
Mr.A.M. Thirnburgh, of the firm of^Wallace 6t Tbornourgh, has left for Al^^aska, ^llf!.- lie expects to get some fishing^and turs tor the coming winter.
Mrs.W. K. ^anders was expected to re^^turn from Exeter last night, where she^witnessed her s. r. Louis graduate, prepara^^tory lo entering Harvard.
ArtliurP. McC utcheon. son of I. 1). Mc-^C.tcheon, arrived trom Michigan yester^^day. He will spend his vacation in this
Mrs.E. C Perret has returned home^from Augusta, where she has been on a^month's visit with her sister, Mrs. I^. J.^Hogan.
DavidMarks returned to Helena on Fri^^day after an absent of three weeks, spent^principally in sau r rancisco.
MissHelen 1*. Edgerton, one of the^newly appointed teachers, arrived from^Marsiiall, Mich., yesterday.
Mrs.s^ol. Cohen, ol Cboteau, is visiting^Sam Cohen and laiuily, of this city.
Mrs.11. O. Collins has returned from^Denver.
Mr.L. A. Walker, territorial secretary,^has returned from the east.
Mis*Armstrong, from, Butte, is visiting^friends here.
Mr.and Mrs. Btyliss, from Marysville,^are in Helena.
Mrs.W. K Sanders has returned from^the east.
thereare several other memoers of the club Mrs (;r(.enr to r^;uperale from her late
whowill probably unite forces, and of , _
courseBillings, Livingston, Three rorks^and Butte have yet to be heard trom.
Itis the intention of the secretary to^notify all members, and also the secretary^of other clubs, so that the attend ic e may^be augmented. Prize* will be giv. n to the^best lady player in the singles, providing,^of course, there are sufficient ^ ntr.e^ to^make a game. A prize will be given to the^best gentleman player in the single*, and^will consist of a handsome Sloe^ prize^racket, and not as was printed iu this^column last Sunday a boquet^for tlowers,^wt.i.e \ery pretu. are hardly lasting^enough to compensate a man for two even^^ings' hard work. The winner of the gen^^tleman's doubles will each receive a scarf^pin appropriately designed for the occa^^sion. I look for some good piajing and^wry ciowfv contested games, whl - 1 tru^t^that some of the ladies * ho w ield a racket^gracefully will not ^hide their iigi.t under^a bushel.^ Evervone entering lor the^tournament must notify the secretary and^tresj.iir.-r,,Mr. Word, of their intention of^playing and enclose with said notification^the sum of two dollars if entering for the^singles and one dollar for the doubles, tue^notification and entrance fees to be sent in^before tne 10th inst.
Thewedding of Miss Pro^1 el and Mr.^Joseph Pyle was duly celebrated on Tues^^day evening last at the Presoyteriau^church and was witnessed by quite a large^number of people. The ceremony was^performed by Dr. McMillan, ol the College^of Montana. Mr. C E Prosser, the br.d-'s^father, gave his daughter away. Mr. Tom^Sharpe acted as best mar. and the ushers^wr. Messrs. W. F. I'srk. r, Harry Walker,^Wm. Wallace, Jr , E W. 1'tOss. r, A. M.^Thornburgh and J. W. Sinders. The dec^^orations were hands me and some of the^toilets were pret'y. while the solemn serv^^ice was closely followed by quite a large^and fashionable attendance.
Thewedding of Mr. William F. Knip-
Eubcrg.of tilendale. M- 1'.. to Miss Mary^axwell, daughter ot John M. Maxwell, of^lndianapol s Ind , ojE pi* e last week at^the First Baptist church in indUnapolis,^and will doubles' prove of int -rest to the^many friends of Mr. Knippenoerg in this^city. The church auditorium was pro^^fusely decorated with dowers, plants and^ferns, the organ being completely covered^with tl'iral decorations. Hanging baskets^of natural tlowers were attached to all the^chandeliers, and at the head of each aisle^were arches of smilax. The center arch^in the north aisle was adorned by the in^^itial ^M^ in white immortelles and the^one in the south aisle was similarly^decorated with the letter ^K.^ The K v-^erend Drs. Day and Taylor performed the^ceremony, the happy couple being married^under a huge wedding bell of pink and^white roses, the top and edge of the bell^being made of smilax, and the tongue of^white immortelles. A rather pretty effect^was carried out during the ceremony by^Miss Susie Clark, who kept the bell in mo^^tion and afterwards preceded the bridal^party, carrying a horse shoe of flowers on^a crook of smilax. The ushers were:^Messrs. James Lilly, B. B. Adams. Charles^and John Clark, lieorge Swinge, Will Clif^^ford, J. Marshall and Dr. Dan Thompson.^As the grand strains ot Mendelssohn's^' the church two little
ANKM.LISH.BlJinK'S TKOl SSKAr.
Soine of Hie down* of th^- ^ew Wife of^the Duke of I'ortlaud.
TheLondon Telegraph, in its account of^the recent wedding of the Duke of Port^^land to Miss Dallas-Vorke, descnoes the^bride's trousseau as follows: The dinner-^dresses and tea-gowns formed the most^striking part of the trousseau. Among the^former there was a very beautiful frock ia^white satin, with a light veiling of mousse-^line de suic, the draping being most clever^and artistic, and, at intervals. little groups^ot snowy ostrich feathers were nestled into^the soft folds from the shoulder, one side^being of white barege and the other^of pearl embroidered satin. Another^was of a curious shade of^clouded pink called in French^vieux ruse, and in English, more prosaic^^ally, ^crushed strawberry.^ It was of^crepe de Chine over silk, the whole dress^being arranged in long sweeping folds as a^clever adaptation of statuesque drapery.^A band of very tine antique embroidery^bordered the graceful y drooping folds at^one side from the shoulder to the hem at^the skirt. There was also a girdle of this^lovely substance, which in texture was like^acobweb, and was closely interwoven with^gold, the palest possible blue, and pink of^the same subtle shade as the gown. A^black dress was so covered with je'. wrought^into quaint and pretty design, as to seem^one incessant sparkle. It was made with a^Medici collar entirely of jet. wrought on a^thin wire frame, the general effect being
Gentlemenfrequently complain of their^barber shaving tnem too close, and the^face and neck breaking out into small pim^^ple's. If Dotard's specific is applied to the^face immediately after shaving, no matter^how close the shave, all soreness will be^prevented. Sold by K. S. Hale ^% Co.,^wholesale and retail agents. Helena.
Apain in the back otten leads to compli^^cated diseases that are almost incurable.^Oregon Kidney Tea cures the first and pre^^vents the latter, it is purely vegetable,^and is warranted and sold by K. S. Hale dt^Co., wholesale and retail agents, Helena.
ASnr^ Cure for Pile*.
Dr.Kir* s on-nuan file Ulntment has^r.ir~l 'Hind. Bleeding and Itching Piles
nenall other ointments have failed. It^absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at^once, acts as a poultice, give* instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Cue Ointment is^prepared oniy for piles and itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^^^^^x is warranted. Sold by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price, 60 cents^and SI per t^ox. Sola by K. S. Hale A Co.,^Helena,
Savkd.-Afine family of children were^all afflicted with scrofula. Two died early:^the rest would soon have followM, but for^the timely and persevering use of Ayer's^Sarsaparilla, which built them up into a^healthy and vigorous manhood.
marchfilled the church two little pages, ,.^^, , =
WillieSwinge and Charley J acobs, dressed |Z^ vri 4o If
ncostumes of the Continental^period, led | ^^^hVA^^I ^1^the procession, followed by the ushers.^Then the maid of honor. Miss Grace Whit-^ridge, immediately followed by the bride^on her father's arm. and one of the brides^^maids. Miss Fannie Taylor. The service^was an impressive one and after it the^party drove immediately to the home of the^bride's parents on North Meridian street,^where an elegant reception was held.
Thebride's gown was of pearl faille silk^over petticoats ot brocade, edged with^duchesae lace. A silk tulle veil draped^over the whole, being caught at the head^with lilies of the valley. She carried a^bouquet of bridal roses. The maid of^honor wore a cream faille gown draped^with silk tulle and garnitured with wild^rosea. Miss Taylor wore cream moire over-^looped with Brussels net and French oats^trimmings. Miss Mary Knippenberg was^prettily dressed in white crepe silk, trimmed^with forget me-nots.
Thegroom's gifts to the bridesmaids^were white lace fans and diamond rings,^and to the ushers diamond scarf pins. To^the pages he gave band rings of silver and^gold, and to the bell-ringer an emerald^ring. The presents were unusually hand^^some and costly, the gift of the groom to^the bride being a beautiful watch set wtth^diamonds. The groom's father presented^them with a check for 85,000.
Mr.and Mr. Knippenberg, after the con^^gratulations of a large circle of friends, de^^parted for Chicago. They will also spend^several days in St- Paul and Minneapolis^before going to Glendale, M. T., where^they will reside.
Theperformance to be given for the pur^^pose of raising funds to buy a suitable lot^for building the aew Episcopal church^upon, will take place July 16, instead of^the Sd. as originally suggested and will be^given in Encore hail. The programme will^consist of a selection from the cradle songs^of all nations, embracing the English, Ger-^Kussian. North American Indian,^Scotch, Irish and American era
leauxvivanta. This will be followed by^Austin Dobson's vigniette, entitled, ^tVood^Night. Babette.^ in which Mr. K. s. Hill '^will impersonate the aged grandfather and^Mrs. Crosby will play Babette, introduc^^ing the famous song ^Hark. ' Tis the An-^gel us,'' with words by Austin Dobson.^The entertainment will conclude with the ^^latest musical success by L. Von der Meh-^den. ^Mother C-^rsa's \ ocal Lancera.i' to^be danced and sung in costume by Messrs.^Metten. Ide and Simpson and Mesdames
sameshade as^the second dinner dress described. It was^bordered with embroidery worked in gold^thread, a metalesvue. pale-blue, and silk^the color oi tne mantle, it opeued over a^vest made entirely of white uncurled os^^trich feathers. There was a high collar of^embroidery standing out at the back and^slightly turned aside in front, showing a^lining of the white oslrich-teatber trim^^ming. The morning dresses and afternoon^gowns were too numerous for detailed de^^scription. Most of them were of^foulard mingled with moire of a^dark contrasting color. Une was^a capitally-carried-out arrangement in^black cashmeres and jet that looked like a^coat as well as a dress. A tea-gown all in^white with severe lines of gold braid was^very pleasing. It was made of white^woolen muslin done into accordion plaits.^This was draped with crepe de chine. aDd^the lines of the figure followed with narrow^bands of massive gold braid. This garment^having all the charm of ancient Greece and^the style of modern Londom had also a^semi high stand-out collar bordered with^gold braid. The outdoor tailor-build part of^the bride's outfit consisted of tfim cloth and^tweed dresses, dark blue and dark green^being the favorite colors in cloth, and the^tweeds of the quietest patterns and most^neutral tones. With these there were^skirts of all descriptions and tightly fitting^vests to be worn. A driving coat ot brown^and gray Harris tweed was made with a^sling cape fitted under two wide lapels, and^fastened with large coaching buttons. A^few neat little covert coats for wearing^with skirts and vests during country expe^^ditions, and business-like looking double-^breasted reefing jackets to match each^costume, made up a very complete tailor^outfit.
SeeI See! See I^Those beautiful, large size, new pianos^at Jackson's Broadway music house for the^lowest price ever offered in this glorious
song,,which will be sung by trained i ^^Z^*0*-***-^1* warranted^alists and suitably illustrated by tab- Ior nv^^ Tem^
Canyou imagine any ailment that will^make a good natured person so peevish.dis-^satisned. ill tempered and cranky as bil^^iousness^ There is no reason, whatever,^why any one should suffer from Indiges^^tion, Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver ard loss of^appetite when Dr. Henley's Dandelion^Tonic, which everyone knows is a certain^cure, can be so easily obtained. Sold by^K. B^ Hale ^ Co.. wholesale and retail^agents, Helena.
Thetn^;^vrt'it ^ e ^f ;mrifyii.g ^V Mood can^not tie overestimated. f..r w ^ ; .it | ..'^blood yon c..:.:iot rn, 'V p ^ M !.._'.ih.
Atthis se::^.n M ^ SH ry ^ nerri* ^^good medicine ;^^ f^^-- ^'. vii.. v . .^the Mood, and Hood'.-. S..i. .. iswo:; .
yourcoi.fi.lo c. It is j^-ri.: .r i.i il .' i^strenirtlicns and tniiUl^ :1m :: i n^au a;^)ietite, and tones the di. v ....
iter.nli. ..I* s disuse, tjive it ii Iff ^'.
Hood'sS..r^a:':.ri:ia i ,^.,^;: ; .^. . ; .^;^^^^Prei ^red hy e. L Hood ^ ('^-.. Is '^' li
IOODoses Cnr- H
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
Younever know till youjtry, how quick^ly a dose of Ayer's Pills will cure your sick^headache. Your stomach and bowels need^cleansing, and these p..is will accomplish^it more effrctually and comfortably than^any other medicine you can find.
ToL^isp^-l t olds.
Headachesand fevers, to cleanse the sys^^tem effectually, yet ge^ntly, when costive or^bilious, or when the blood is impure or^sluggish, to permanently cure habitual^constipation, to awaken the kidneys and^liver to a healthy activity, without irri^^tating or weakening them, use Syrup of^Figs.
Coach! and Cough ! t and Cough * * 1
Whatin the world is the reason you will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trying inferior medicines when Beggs'^Cherry Cough Syrup will positively relieve^your cough at once . This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^guarantee it. For sale by all druggists.^K. S. Hale ^ Co., wholesale and retail^agents.
ThereIs nothing uncertain about the^effects of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and^Diarrho-a Remedy. The fact is, it is the^only preparation in the market that can al^^ways be depended upon and that is pleas^^ant and safe to take. Twenty five and^htty i ent bottles for sale by H. M. Parchen^A Co.
Nasalcatarrh is probably one of the^most dtsairreeable ailments that a person^can be afflicted with. If Dutard's Specific^is used with a douch or even snuffed up the^hose, according to directions, morning and^evening, a radical cure can In most cases^be effected. Sold by K. S. Haie 4 Co.,^wholesale ar.ii retail agents, Helena.
Glove-FittingCorsets Still Ahead
ar*now mad* with our
Toavoid discomfort^cauaad bv tha lappad^Htm, formerly usod.
Ap*rf*ct fit with^lut* comfort now guar.^antood.
SHORT.MEDIUM,^EX rRA LONG.
ITim B**i Goods. Most Comfoetabi* to th*^W*ar*r. and ChaapMt foe Quality.^FOR S4LE EVERYWHERE.^L ^ M . !^^^%. B1TTHELLER A CO.,
to THOMSON. LANOOON A CO.,
*w Vork,^sou HajrrrAcrrasBS.
tfiildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria
ComparisonEstablishes Valuer^A MONSTER STOCK,L0WEST PRICES
Thewarm weather brings to mind especially with the Ladies, the necessity of procuring Fomething^that will lessen the heat in mid-summer apparel. The name ol the New York Store i^=^ always asso-|^ciated with qualities the finest. Our patrons will be pr tected. The most reliable guarantee is to seel^our stock. Ladies your own estimute will make the comparison Your desirion will be as heretofore!^Wo are beyond comparison in Montana. Our mid-summer specialties to-morrow will be:
WhiteLawns, Cream Lawns, Ecru Lawns,
FiguredSwiss, India Linens, Mousselin de India,^Persian Linens, Figured Mulls, Plain Mulls
Theseare beautiful goods but adapted for this season only, They must be sold now. We cannot af^ford to keep them over, as the quantities ar^ too large Hot weather necessities suitable for White^Dresses or Wrappers. In addition to the above we display Cool Dress Goods in
HemstitchedMarseilles, Hemstitched Long Cloth,^Openwork Checks, Openwork Stripes.
Thebreath of Summer is upon White Goods. The new ideas in designs are full of sparkle and bright^ness. Our stock is a revelation^a jubilee^to the purchaser. It cantot be surpassed. We receive}^yesterday another new line of
French Sateens, Plain and Figured.
To-morrowthese Goois will be Placed on Exhibition. We can, in all honor, say they are by far the handsomest^have displayed rhis season, embracing all the newest tints in elegant designs aud patterns. As a Summer Fabric it^unequaled for a fair weather walking habit.
white dresses, white wrappers.
WhiteDresses are never out of style. The noonday sun of the last week brings them quick to memory. Whil^dresses are emblematic of all that is good and pure. A beautiful dre^s fur the street. A charming costume for a brid]
allgoods sold at new york prices. |
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Horner Main and Bridge Sts.. Helena
North Main Str, Helena, H. T.
Tblaw^^k In our
Weshall display an EI^v^nt Line of
TKIMRKKind I'NTRIMHED HATS and BUN^^ET8.
FLOWERS,the ereat craze for thle (eaeon, we^are enowtne in eroat profusion
Wecall attention to onr heaotlful collection of^Hl'HMEH DKESbBS for Ladles. Misses and
Idoar INFANTS' DEPARTMENT we dlsslny an^extemsive and elegant line of LUNti and^SHORT CLOAKS, ROBES, SLIPS, SKIRTS,^la rannel and muslin, etc.. at moat reasonable^prlcaa.
Agentfor Buttertck's Patterns and Ball s Bazar^Forma,
At111 N. Main Str.
Llmltadnumber of lota in this addition for^Moat desirable residence property in the city.^For prices and terms, enquire of
C.A. PERRIN, M. D.,
iceand office opposite schoolnonse on^Madison arenue Telephone fla.
Oboshours trom I to J P. M. and from 6 SO to^If. i.
MASSENABULLARD,^attorney and Counselor at Law.
Winpradios Is all osmna of record ta the Tar
rttorr. Office In Bold Block.
4lsi. sooudu. siAirnui w. saomrrs
MDBABSOBa str ,
ATTOEKET-AT-LAW,BOOK 1. and 4 ASHBT BLOCK, HELENA. K T
C.A. COOPER, of No.f^ Union^Square, ^w York, has re^^moved hie business to Helena.^In order to introduce my goods^to the beople of Montana I will^for the next 30 days make a^special sale and sell diamonds,^gold and silver watches and^tine gold jewelry at half the^usual prices.
111 N, Main Street
-^ h^ftd of mar*** ^r.d Hd n 0 wrlgh.D^ D0I t I^1*3*^J t^^ node, ' r- tvt W.iiowharn Ur-.. B***v^r^hf*d YaJI#r, th** kT^ ^^f lmpor ^d Percb*-r n ^nd^Preach driftstAiUr or* hsvc* -11 t^**a driven to wag^^on. 1 hi* ftork will rear h Ueteba by Jnly 3 a^d^can N*-t#s.n at th** Baxter ranch on Montana A ve^^na* north of N.P depot. Borne nn\er^ are re^quented 11 call and nee them.
JA8MA I M
PaulS. A. Bickel
HELENA.MONTANA^IRON AND BRASS
Bsrenyear* sx-jsrtencs In tns Osnerai Land^OfJos st Washington. D. C.
ExpertIn a_l pnbUc laod matters
RoomS. Atlas Building.
Ismom locatsd In Plttsbsre Block. Sd floor, room^is. Main street. Taasths ssrraaor. Bota pa
Applicationfor a Patent-
USTTBDBTATSS LaHD UFSICS, I^hbusa, MoSTASa,
Mar11, ias^. t^Notice la hereby riven that Edmoad R. Tandy^John ^. M. New, Charles B. Evans and^Henry O v Kollock, whose postotnes sd-^drsss Is Helena, Levis and Clark* county,^M T have tkas day flled their appllesrlon^tor a patent for eighty S-l^ri scress ^t tne placer^hevrlDK void, situated lc uaorfranleed mining dis^^trict, county of !^ew1s sad Clarke, and territory^of Montana, and designated hy legal st'nil visions^as follows, to-wit Lota 3 and 4, ssr, x. la town^^ship 10, ^ r. 4 w, contain in* **^ ^M0O sens.
Tnelocation of this mine is recorded In th* re^^corder s offlce of Lewis sad Clarke county, at^Helena. Montsna, In book ^r^ of^ditches^on^stsl
Honof -aid placer ground sre required to file^their s-:ver*e cls'ms with the regleteT of th*^l^nlte^l Vales land offlce at U^-.e=a,ln the territory^of Montana, during the sixty days' period ^^f psb-^UcsUon here- 1. or they will be haired by virtue of^th* provisions f the ttatate.
8.W. UANliHORNB,^First publication May li, 18t*
ches,pace US. The adjoining rlalmante are:^the north, the placer calm of Edward K. Tandy^si . f s other adjoining claimants are unknown.
Proclamationby the Mayor
Bytne action of the city council on th* |^Inst.. It Is pro\i^l-d as follows.
^Morshall any per-f n be allowed to disrl^fire srms or set off fire crackers, rockets, or^fireworks wl:hont special permit from the m^Any violation of this ordinance shUl^offender, upon conviction, to a fin* of not^than one dollar nor mors than ten dollars.'*
Tht provl.lon was enacted In pursuance^i^*tltlon aigned ey citizens representing s^arpe amount of property, ^n1 was in my^ment nrgently demanded by the inad* ,uacy (^water supply for the pnrpose of sxtingnl^fir* s, an ' the Large ijuantlt^*a of l^flsmmsbl^terlala that are exposed in alleys and el***'^about th* city. J
Allpersons concerned are hereby notl fledl^no pern.lt* wll. be issnec for Ba* dlsi barge oj^works within the following houndarlea Aj^rnsnlns east and west tbrosgb Tstem's foj^on the sooth: Dsv s sti^t on th* esst. Els^avenus on the north sad Benton avenue^west.
Theprovision shove quoted will be strict^^forced, sad the officers of the city are hererf^psclally tiiarted with this duty
TIK.MASP. Fl'LI.BH, Mai
DatedII^l^sa. Mont , June ^.. 1-vx
WagonSheets, Tents, AwnJ^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Window At^and th* Isass* Improved fixtures for hsnglst
Canvasof sll kinds sad widths from *^|^wide to 120 tactaas wide always la stock.
Th*latest Improved Camj^MAIM rJTREBT.
Peculiarlies a|^of Bean^Brown
W.thoo:a Ra'l'^Most Intere^Section
Wssfxll)llllter^Al^l^- t^^ It 11
em.hitrhed to^.sleepy look iuk.
115y following til^the wild trrntorjr
|al oiuv i: ^ iii'-i I^portion af Hts^:^people out of tht^but thf kaatsAIsf
Imarkable and t
dkarray of I
ii,know n a^i elevated c^of the Indians ^^aettlem ttmud tin^hills were not^and It was l^vo^isettled in Hka^] t;^iTant thf loii^^I ment.
However,it Is^ras done ultima^I in the f'harm ti-!^e here. 1 tie^ilinas and n^i them the \*^J life, and were tu*^[labor as tin ^ ^ ^^I progri re sH^I t.*iey were upi^done by them ^^rulture in a tan^nd the timi's.^*e able to raise^proht tht-y shout^rupidity make tli^sharpen. A sin^hicago luiube^leiKhborhtMMl an^P^-r lands fur win^liculoi a price foi^trees. Much U^^lily a habit the y^EmmiKratlon we;^Iars worth of it i^i Columbus mat^le chooses to otT^Une thing thai^|eas of ttie sectu^lion facilities.
lingi railroad ^^InunU'ation shr^|s by il I mail ^^|hat. I I.i
DDiuiunthrougl^(dea of the avrra
tpidtiaiisit ijue^bess^-e Mountain^kut ot the woriil
anythingto^liness d.-aling j^|he kasaberinarj^'.re wotully illn|^^wtwawaWBS STawSt^Iffairs the castue
iiit that OSsI] al|^. check. A long^Hrown count'^|n.i it teil wrtiu,^jradencit-s ol the^|een made tn ni^j
Hangehere, [^|ling of articli^Nashville di^itil l^7li It hi^1 dignit \. y or tl^kal expeiiK^^^ ^. rl^leeps along i nntf^kr of the outsi'f
a:nstwh.rh tin^irmed during tli
^lleyof this ci^^kith ol i ha ri'lg'^Le Bean llhssi
*S deejKT at
tvlng t^een h^pni the a^ij^^ouniry. ami^vnship, gold n
arewar^ls of^Pker. ihe hr.i^us, but came^th the drift of^mall there ia a^^^ hills which^inipanles have i^tunes secured!1^d ail preparat^Id digging, h^izy men arid lx^Ml in the hills.^K'-xi strik^^ i^ U
nout alMiut^ligget has ever^Jan .*-'_'
Milthe - I
Larnshin.Ow U i
lenative deiM^iacierH to go t
tlte,contain11^iantity of gsrn^ther a bushel inl^tion^'hat is, su*T^|g energies of^fcsible.
Thelios* Shell^r^etroit tree I're^br the battlefield^jl cai
bayonetsand ^^relic of all x-
[Dat,sah, Is w^b in di^ here^[wed down at*^I It.''
vgrail- et ^-r ^ arl
looksas if I^^k yer, sah.^ir you widinl^rigts