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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 181889.
LawnParties and their Advantages^in the Way of Inducing Con-^fidential Chats.
NumerousPleasant Social Events of^the Week Which Enlivened^Otherwise Dull Season.
Hoaee-Warming In the Valley-Lawn !^Partle* on the Kael Side^Helena^Hospitality^Personal Mantles.
Probablyone of the pleasantest and at I^the tame time most economical method* of i^entertaining during the heated spell ia by I^giving a ^Lawn Party,^ the term itself ,^covering a multitude of sins. Of course, to^give a lawn party a lawn is necessar) : oth- |^erwlse it might be irreverently termed a j^duet, or even a weed party, with equal jus-^tice to the occasion. Chinese lanterns, |^flags, ribbons, a little music and plenty of i^ice-cream, cake, fruit and aaiidwiches (and ;^other indigestible commodities), constitute^the staple attractions, with perhaps a claret 1^punch; but apropos of the delicious and 1^Instnooua beverage, 1 would state for the I^beneht of the uninitiated that it is just as I^well to add a little soda water and not^make the concoction purely from claret, 1^brandy and lemon peel, as a lady, with^whom 1 have the pleasure of a bowing ac I^qualntanre, concocted her punch the other^nigut to prevent the spirits of her guests^from (lagging. 1 will confess she succeed^^ed admirably.
Theone drawback to lawn parties in^Helena is the absence of grass and trees,^whicn the prevailing scarcity of water has^made an absolute luxury. As Helena^growi. however, probably trees and grass^will grow with it. People always feel less^constraint out of doors and under the mel^^low Influence of a Chinese lantern with a^dripping tallow attachment and have been^known to utter all sorts ot indiscreet^things. One young married woman was^heard to say the other night to a sighing^but perfectly plalonic swain, ^Ob, how 1^wish my husband could only find the en^^joyment in my company that you seem to^do; but he has grown so fearfully matter^of fact, and always turns the conversation^to household matters or the size of the^grocer's bill.
Threeor four years of married bliss,^however, no matter how well mated the^eouple may be, is rather apt to knock all^the sentiment which the waning light of^the moon or Cbinese lantern may have en^^gendered in the first flush of matrimony^Into what is vulgarly term, d a cocked bat.^Nevertheless, garden partlett, where the^lord and master can retire into a corner^and smoke while his better half can amuse^herself in an iqually secluded corner in^listening to the beardless prattle of some^confiding college boy, are a refreshing^change in the dreary moDotony of this^work-a day world.
Event*of the Week.^1 incidentally heard of a party given by^If r. Prank Leedy, the other night, who is^erecting a residence some twenty miles out^of Helena, in the Prickly Pear valley. All^Mr. Leedy's friends had been urging the^propriety of bis giving a bouse warming
justas soon as the floors cf bis new bouse^were down, and on We/lnesday last Mr.^Leedy conceded to the request by inviting^some fifty people out to his new home. It^has been observed of late thai the forest^fires prevalent in this neighborhood have^almost entirely suspended the operation*^of the man in the moon. Const quently,^notwithstanding the fact thAt the skirniisn-^ing party w^r^ well supplied with lan^tvrns, the twwace of sign po-t- in the out^^skirts of Helena and none ot the party I^having any map of the territory, made the^way to Mr. Leedy's home almost a- ^uz ^^zling to find aa the m. ans ot Introducing [^water into Helena. This resulted in half^of the party getting lost, and after wander^^ing aimlessly backwards and forwards^par.iy more by good luck than manage^^ment they found the bouse, and a warm i^welcome awaltiDg them, which, supple- i^mented by dancing and an elegant supper,^soon caused them to forget the inconven^^iences of the early part of the evening.
Mrs.tJeorge Piatt gave a lawn party at^her residence on Uodney street Friday^night. The omnipresent Chinese lantern^illumined the darkness and the assembled^guests enjoyed a very pleasant evening, to^which music, dancing and a very recherche^supper formed the prominent features.
TheLadies' Relief corps, which Is one of^the most worthy of our charitable institu^^tions in Helens, and which is under the di^^rection of many of the most prominent of^our social leaders, received a substantial i^re^ ompense in the shape of an addition to j^their bank account by the lawn party given^by Mr*. K. K Fisk, atgter reside; c-- on^Friday night, Mrs. Uiliman's lawn being^utiTzed for the occasion. The out
in*her health after a somewhat protracted
TheMisses Annie and L zzie Flowerree^are expected uome to-morruw from the^Flowerree ranch.
J.Bradshaw and A. B. Denbow have^gone to chase buffalo, bear or even prairie^chicken, if they find the big game too^scarce.
Mrs.John D. Wilson is visiting her^brother, Col. Parke, in Salt Lake City. She^is expected to return to Helena in about^two weeks.
Delegateand Mrs. Carter, accompanied^by their iruest. Miss Campbell, returned^from their trip through the National Park^last Tnesday.
Mrs.Vest, wife of the senator from Mis^^souri, who for the paat few weeks ha* b^ en^the guest of Ex tJovernor and Mrs. Hau-er.^left with Senator Vest for the east on Fri^^day night
Mrs.Allen, wife of J. W. Allen, of the^United States assay office, left for New^York on Wednesday last en route for Eng^^land per the City of Home. Mrs. Allen ex^^pects to remain in England about twelve^months.
Preparationsfor the grand Fair associa^^tion hop at the Broadwater hotel on the^30th inst. are progressing, and it bids fair^to prove a social event in every way worthy^of the beautiful structure in which it will^be given.
MissMurphy will remain in Helena un^^til after fair week, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cur^^tis having prevailed upon her to remain as^tlieir guest. Miss Murphy has been heartily-^welcomed in Helena society and her nu^^merous friends will be glad to hear that^she has concluded to extend her visit.
E.O. Leech, the popular and f flicient of^fleer of the mint bureau at Washington,^will finish his Inspection of the United^States assay office here on Tuesday, when^he leaves for the seat of government. Un^^like most official examiners. Mr. Leech is^always heartily welcomed, for his social^qualifications have made him justly popu^^lar with the heads as well as the tails of^the department.
Whatan Kastern JonrnalUt Han to^About a Well-Known Cltlien.
W.B. S. in the St. Louis Globe-Demo^^crat; The Helena assay office is the model^institution of its kind. Its reputation ior^accuracy, system and neatness is national.^The melter, Mr. M. A. Meyendorff, has^been with the office since its foundation.^He is of a noble Polish family, and has had^an interesting history. In his youth, while^a student, he incurred the suspicion of the^Russian authorities. Perhaps he was im^^prudent of speech. Perhaps he plotted in^an impulsive way for Polish independence.^Waa there ever a Pole wha didn't love lib^^erty t To be suspected was to be con^^demned. Young Meyendorff was hurried^off to Siberia. But be had powerful friends,^and they enlisted the services of the^United States government in his behalf.^President Lincoln, even while overwhelm^^ed with the cares and anxieties incident to^the civil war, became personally in^^terested in Mr. MeyendorfTs case.^The diplomatic machinery was set at^work. After Mr Lincoln's assassination the^efforts were not relaxed. Finally, as a per^^sonal favor to the United States, the Em^^peror of Russia pardoned Mr. Meyendorff^and allowed him to come to this country.^The closing negotiations were conducted^through Caaslus M. Clay, then United^Mates minister to Russia. At that time^Mr. Meyendorff was scarcely more than a^lad. He finished his studies at the Univei-^sity Michigan, giving special attention to^the sciences, and came to Montana. When^the government decided to establish an as^^say office at st, Louis Mr. Meyendorff was^j sent there to put things in shape. He is^regarded as one of the most valuable of the^i fhcials of the government in the handling^of precious metals. Although an ardent^i republican be remained undisturbed dur-^j ing the democratic administration.
AHKBMKw l .MVERSITY.
Proposed Commemoration of the Fifth^Centenary of the Jew ish Expulsion.
Ministersand presidents of Hebrew con^^gregations all over the country are signing^the call for a convention to be held this fall^to consider plans for a dual celebration of^the 50th anniversary of the e* pulsion of the^Jews from Spain and the discovery of^America by Columbus, which occurs in^1K92. and, says the New York Herald, it Is^more than likely that a great university^will be established to commemorate the^events. The Rev. Dr. Isaac M. Wise, of^Cincinnati, is the leader of the opposition^to this project He is president of the^Hebrew Union College in that city, found^^ed by the organization known as the Uuion^of American Hebrew Congregations,^which held a convention in Detroit this^week. It represents the radical reform^Hebrew element, and its membership is
principallyin the West and South. .^side of the house and lawn was attractive- | w ^ ^eved by many to have declared^ly decorated with colored bunting. Chinesethe celebration because he
lanterns,and the soft religious light wit^neeaeii a very lively scene. Many very
F.romioentsociety people were there to^urther by their presence and pecuniary^support the good cause. Members of the^convention who but lately, like angry^lions, have attacked each other on the^capital question, like hungry lambs assist^^ed each other to ice cream and cake.^Wbist and euchre were played on table:^set out on the green grass in place of the^proverbial green cloth. Miss Grace Fisk^and Miss Witherbee did a thriving busi^^ness in the sale of lemonade, fruit Mowers^and cigars. t': . .et w.t.'i other games^were indulged in until late in the evening,^when the younger set tripped the light^fantastic in the spacious and well arranged j
Sarlors. A great many members of the^rand Army of the Republic, Sons of^Veterans and their friends were present.
Mrs.W. A. Chessman ent-rta net the^wives of many of the members of the con^^stitutional convention at her residence on^Monday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. W A.^Clark and Mrs. W. W. Dixon, who received |^with her.
Mrs.Tatern. Mrs Uow*y, Mrs. Joe^Davis and Mrs. Dr. Cole all gave enter^^tainments of a similar nature during the^past week and invited all the prominent la^dies in Helena's social circles to meet the^ladle* above mentioned. Mrs. W. W^Dixon was unavoidably called ^way, ow^^ing to the sickness of her little boy Willie,^who is now, however, convalescing rap^^idly.
Avery pleasant children's party was^given by master I. Carter, son of J. A. Car^^ter, of 5SS Sixth avenue, in honor of the^young gentleman's birthday. About fifty
Cingpeople participated in rommemorat^the joyous event and wishing him^many happy returns of the day.
M.S Boliur, a banker from Boston. Prof.^Geo. B. Stevens, of Yale University, Gov.^Waring P. Carrington. of South Carolina.^P. R Wallace. E F. Crosby and A. J^Fisk left on Thursday for the mountains^in
doesnot favor the plan of a new^university. In his public protest, though;^he makes the point that Hebrews have no^need for commending the toleration shown^to them in this country, because it is right^and not a privilege they enjoy.
Rev.Dr. Pereira Mendes. minister of the^Spanish and Portuguese congregation on^West Nineteenth street this city, who is^foremost in the movement for a celebra^^tion, has addressed an open letter to Dr.^Wise on the subject Among other rea^^sons Dr. Mendese gives these why the plan^should be carried ^ ut: ^ The suggeetion to^present to the nation some practical gift is^the suggestion of a few gentlemen whose^status in the community is worthy of re^spect at least History has not until this^century recorded a nation's progress as^wonderful as the progress of America.^But in this progress the Jews have been^singularly active. It i* not un^^becoming for us to erect a mon^^ument which shall last as long^as history lasts, declare to the world that^the Jew la worthy, not only of full citizen^rights, but of liberty, which he does not^obtain in modern ' holy Russia ;' of frater^nity, which, to say the least is not always^evident in tbougbtful (rerman^: of equal^^ity, which doVs not dose certain schools^and motels to Jews and blackball them at^clubs, as it does nearer home. Here and^abroad injustice is too frequently commit^^ted against ua. Is it wrong for us to^'preach sermons in stones' by pointing to^any edifice we erect for practical purposes,^and which we build to demonstrate that^we contribute quite orr share of all the^elements which build up a nation ^ great^^ness and goodneas^ It Is by our works^that we shall show our worth. We must^never sink our individuality as Jews.^Neither will the Christians let us do so, for^that matter.^
APretty White lap.
Apretty blonde young woman who dives
August nth and 20th. Srptriiilwr loth^and 24th, and October 8th.^The Minneapolis A St Louis railway^: (^Albert L-a Route^) will tell upon above^named dates round trip excursion tickets^to points in Minnesota. Dakota, Nebraska.^Kansas. Texas, Mississippi, Tennessee,^Indian Territory, Colorado, Idaho, New^Mexico, Montana, Wyoming, Arizona,^Missouri, Iowa, Louisiana and Alabama at^1 rate of one fare for the round trip. Tick-^| ets good 90 days from date of sale. Stop-^. overs granted in the territory to which^tickets are sold. For information regard^^ing rates, maps, call on any agent or write^I toC. H. Holdhiuoe,
Minneapolis,Minn. G. T. A P. A.
SundayExcursions.^The Montana Central railway takes
pleasure in announcing that it will make^the low rate of one fare for the round trip
'between all stations on their line on Sun^^days. Tickets will be good going and^returning on that day only. This affords
!the public an excellent opportunity to visit
Itheir friends living along the line of the^Montana Central road, also to view the^splendid scenery for which the road is so
SomethingNew.^Do you drink beer^ Jf you do, try^Lemp's Culmbacber Muencherier or extra^pale. Sold at 10 cents per bottle. Patent^stoppers. Delivered to any part of the^city. Telephone 241.
BoesuaknBros. A Co ,^Corner Clore and Edwards Sts.
ASonnd Legal Opinion.
E.Bainbridge Mundy, Esq., county at-^toorney, Clay county, Texas, says: ^Have^used Electric Bitters with most happy re^^sults. My brother, also, was very low with^malarial fever and jaundice, but was cured^by timely use of this medicine. Am satis^^fied Electric Bitters saved his life.
Mr.D. L. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky.^adds a like testimony, saying: He posi^^tively believes he would have died, had it^not been for Electric Hitters.
Thisgreat remedy will ward off, as well^as cure all malarial diseases, and for a'i^Kidney, Liver, and Stomach Disorders^stands unequaled. Price 50c. and (1, at R.^S. Hale A Co.'a.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS
AT NEW YORK PRICES
|Our name stands for reliability. The fashionable public is accustomed to look to the New^j York Store for its high grade merchandise- They have dispensed with the catalogue, owing^to the fact that we have made their wants a study. Beautiful goods at NEW YORK^PRICES has made ours the leading DRY GOODS HOUSE of Montana Our buyer has been^in the east for a long time watching the markets and looking over the new styles and novel-^i ties. The results of his labors are arriving daily. To-morrow we will place on exhibition^some charming combination suits, direct from the markets of Paris and Vienna.
iCOMBINATION SUITS. NEW DRESS GOODS.
Haleand Hearty In Old Age.^What is more beautiful than an ancient^tree clothed with an ample robe of verdure ^^Apt is the comparison between such a^growth and an old man or woman infused^with health and vigor. The sine qua non,^the indispensable condition of vigorous^youth, robust manhood and a virileold age,^is sound digestion. Without this lite is^shorn of the hearty zest that should attend^it No more beneficent and agreeable con^^tributor to the attainment of a hale old age,^and efficient means cf counteracting the in^^firmities that too often attend life's decline,^can be found than Hostetter's Stomach^Bitters. Dyspeptic symptoms, a tendency^to kidney complaint, nervous inquietude^and rheumatic trouble are overcome by its^use. The effect of exposure and overwork^are nullified l^y it, and it affords efficient^protection to ail subjected to malarial in^^fluences. (..v.- it a thorough trial.
Oregonis one of the most productive^states in the Uuion. Its vast mineral^regions contain gold, silver, copper, iron^and coal. Its immense tracts of grazing^lands support thousands ot cattle and^sheep, and its extensive agricultural re^^gions produce all the cereals in abundance,^the yield per acre being, in some instances,^the largest in the world. Among the use^^ful and valuable products of the Web foot^state may be mentioned Oregon Kidney^Tea, which has proved a boon to thousands^affi'Cted with pain in the back and kidney^difficulties. It is purely of vegetable com^^position and never fails. Sold by R. S.^Hale ^ Co , wholesale and retail agent.-,^Helena.
Donot he induced to take some other^preparation when you call for Hood's Sar-^saparilla. Be sure to get Hood's, which is^fj uliar.
SPECIALNOTICES.^Cyrus of Figs Oleanee* the ^yelem.^^yrup of Figs Is Pleasant and Effeetlve.^Um Bvpv, of r'9% *1- Oonff*'0^*'Ofl
INOPERA SHADES^COMBINATION SUITS
INFAIR WEATHER SHAD^COMBINATION SUITS
INBLACK AND WHI^COMBINATION SUITS
INALL NEW SHADES
I*that impurity of the Wood which produces^unsightly lumps or swellings In the neckf^wMelt causes running sores on the arms^_-s, . r !^^^;; which develops ulcers In the^t v ^. ears, or nose, often causing blindness or^de.i.ness; which is the origin of pimples, can^^cerous growths, or ^ humors;^ which, fasten^^ing upon the lungs, causes const:- and^u.-:ith. It is the most ancient of .^and very few persons are entirely 1:
Bytaking flood's fiarsaparilla, which, by
theremarkable cures it has accomplished,^has proven itself to be a potent and peculiar^nx-dii lne for this disease. If you suffer from^scrofula, try Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Every spring my wife and children have^been troubled with scrofula, my little boy,^three yr.-.rs old. being a terrible sufferer.^Last spring he was one mass of sores from^head to feet. We all took Hood's Sarsaparllla,^and all have been cured of the scrofula. My^little boy is entirely free from sores, and al^^four of my children look bright and healthy.^^W. B. Athebton, Passaic City, N.J.
Themagnitude of our Midsummer sale proved to the public what could be done with quan^^tities of Fine Merchandise in Helena. Helena demands the very best article. Our unap^^proachable stock sold during the off season at reduction rate prices was the grandest succes=^in the history oi Dry Goods in Helena.
HOSIERY,CORSET AND FAN DEPARTMENTS. '
Ladies,do not fail to visit these departments. We claim to sell finer goods here than anx^firm outside of Chicago. We invite careful scrutiny to see whether our claims are substan^^tiated by facts.
BEADEDWRAPS, PARASOLS, UMBRELLAS. j
Whata sale of Beaded Wraps. Parasols and Umbrellas this season ! World without end^It seems as though we had supplied the entire community, yet we have a few left. We dc^not want to carry them over^they are too handsome. See them, ladies: the low prices par^^ticularly invite your attention.
WEARE AGENTS FOR FOSTER'S CELEBRATED LACE Kir^GLOVES^A GUARANTEE WITH EACH PAIR.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts.. Helena
MontanaPacking and Provision Co.
Packers,Curers and Smokers of
byC. L HC
Mbf 1; six forf-V. Pr^*p*r*^donly^* ^., Apothecaries, Lowell, Maai
CHOICEMILDLY CURED MEATS,
AllMeats of onr Special Diamond R cure arc packed in Montana and have our^brand plainly horned into the skin.
iOODoses One Dollar TTXl.^^eX^S^^y JLlSbJCl CLsI
Glove-FittingCorsets Stiil Ahead
thevicinity of Missoula, where they I a ^d swims with fearless grace off the long
pierat N arraganaett, says the St. St. Louis^Republic, dresses herself for these water^gymnastics in white from top to toe- Her^golden locks are secnrly locked under a^coquettish white oil silk cap with a little^white tassel bobbing on the crown. A^white twilled flannel goods interwoven^with silk forms the blouse fhirt and tunic^skirt of the suit. The trousers are gath^^ered at the knee to cover the tops of the
vacation,which he spent in the eut^allrT-'^-^^ wSftS
Mrand Mrs. Kloyd-.lones are about to ^*|^ ^^SwM turns away in front is
moveinto their new residence on the West i jJJ % g Te(lt ^f rltnnel, barred with^^ d'.; bands of white wool braid. No sleeves
MissJ. F. Jerome and J. B. Well, are vis- protect the round, white arms, raised high^ittng W. H. Wheeler at his Sun River | over the white^appod bead as their owner^ranch.' stands poised a moment before taking a
Dr.J. J. Leiser is off for a week's vaea- header into the cold, clear water,^his objective point being Nevada
proposeto settle the question of suprem^^acy over fish, fowl, bear or beast. Amos^Buck, an experienced hunter, will put^them on the trail, and if absolutely neces^^sary fire at the right time to save any dif^^ference of opinion as to who may have^killed cock robin.
Peraoaaland Grarral.^Mr. W. C. Humbert returned from Ana^conda yesterday.
Rev.Mr. Webb has returned from his
arenow mad* w'th our
To avoid discomfort^^ ll^^ U^m. formerly
aperfect fit with abso^^lute comfort bow guar^^anteed).
SHORT.MEDIUM,^EX TRA LONG.
Goods. Moat Comfortable to the^Wearer, and Cheapeet for Quality.^FOR 8*LE EVERYWHERE.^I i n t - Hon, BATf HELLEB A CO.,
0eeeo-s tn THOMSON. LaNOOON * CO..
TheTruster's of the Montana Wesley an University having sub^divided certain portions of their very desirable lands, the tame^are now offered for sale at reasonable rates and on terms conve^^nient to the purchasers. The trustees, however, reserve thr^right to advance the price without notice.
Theproximity of tnese lots to the great school renders them^espr cially desirable as investments, and now is a proper time for^persons to secure lots on which they can build when they shall^,-. ,^i nave children large enough to need the higher education therein
clOO'urni. ! nffl j to be obtained. The situation is in every respect desirable, in^the midst of a thriving, moral intelligent and industrious com^mnnity.
Forparticulars, call upon or address the agent, Rnv. R. E.^SMITH, who will take pleasure in exhibiting the attractions of^this new and promising subnrb of our Capital City, and answer^^ing all questions concerning prices, terms of sale, etc., etc.
U.S.Public Sampling Co
CityOffice Removed to 8ico.\d National Bank.
Samplesand Assays Made of all Ores. Consignments Solicited.^Samples of each lot Submitied to the Different Smelters^and the Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
TheHelena Steam Heating
Plumbers,Gas and Steam Fitters.
Estimatesupon all work in our line cheerfully given.
2^3 North Main Street, HELFNA, MCXN1
1HE XVtOJSJ^T^JSr A.
FirstAnnual Bench Shew
ATHELENA, Wednesday, Aug. 28,
Andcontinuing for three days, under the rules ot the Amenct
$600 IIST PRIZES
Entriesclose Saturday, August 24, 1889. Open to all class^and ae^-s Copy of by-laws ar d premium list sent or applic^tion to EDWARD V. CROSBY, Secretary, Helena, Monta^All lovers of dogs invited to join the club.
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Papt
HaYlasieteeC (he two ap;*r floors of thr OarMsui bk^c* an^Mntectwl tb
rtontaat defy coo^fIR^T HAMJS^parisoa of prfoee eottcSSsa.
imrae*mIwoottb, we bow ^xxapj four entire floor, extendlse thrf ogt the whole block f^Jackson u. Mala street. 'Uxkrd ttruocbout with gooris of every grade and at trices that Oefj cor^un^T Kvery pjr-haee mede 8THICTLY FOR CASH DHllcTLY FRO* FIRST HAMJM^shipped in' Ah ' '
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WRITEFOB TERMS. Telephoo* No. V.^rulfll aarl Montana f^Titr^l r^1lm * inrft'oi.
SamplingWorks at Northern
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Aft-u-sc Po^^ajrti-rri exxti.^PIANOS, ORGANS and MUSICAL MEROHADIS
MANL'FACTL'RERAND DIAL!K IN
Mrs.Donald Bradford is rapidly regain
Hanan ^ Sons^liamer's.
men's%i shoes for $4 at
ALAX.H. WOOL^OLA.tA^jmiLI *. ISOWIVt
ATTOR-VaTS-AT-LAW,JM DiAanoax STSk,
I'JHM liVl r- I'l'.b.OFOLIT^L^T,
PHILIPSBURG,MONTANA.Formerly SPAREY S HOTEL
Bunon Both American and European Plans.
SampleBooms for Commercial Men.
T-H. MORSE. ProprleUw.
Stock Saddles, Side Saddle
Litrtit and I loaw HarnesH,
Bits,Spars, Qnlrte, Whips, Lashes, Blanket*. Sheet*, Dusters, Slickers, Nose B^Sweat Collars. Horse Boots and all other (roods usually kept In a nxsVclaas^store. Hand made driving harness a specialty.
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Main St., Helena, M. ,1
|The Electric i|^Reroluticniz*!
A Bate of Tl^Achieved o
Thequaint old |^hour's ride froi^chance, is the ^C'^nary trial of thr^several months,^town, has stood^^tea In this eonf^much lik^^ Any^enclosed^here^and there by ^^strrt ues alon^|^queerest thing al^tra\^-M oil It. Al^man of about M^^hed. He touchj^the shed crawls i^two and a halt fl^long, pmntrd at f^and kssjka ^wf|j^sooner tia\^- ^^'^and wonder m^or ^ rock-crul^It noes otf ll^^nothing touch.^It g^**s. A I'tll^going round tluj^wi). and H ts I^trees. TUr hand(^his hand on Hie^moving in an an^of ruled pap.-,^and a moment^then ^A mile^seconds more^wheels whi/.z^watch and tiui^minute it reapi^whizzes past ^^i
Dilrsin clrcuu^The handsou^jngyr on the b^Baltimore, andj^railway^^u,/- ill
Iare n^^^' only 1 ,^I
milrsa mini^without stoppi^reasonably str^many sleep ftj^a continuous^minutr. In '^limit to the sp^duce. The o^speed thr trac^Thetrai k ^^^and full of he.
Withinaf^^there will be^way from Ne^miles long.^Inch gaugf a^work of bar^this fence Is^graph, telepl^Overhead wi^commercial t^so light and tl^rled tbat at ve^road can be^cities, and wh^obviate heavy^tec ted way tn^and of about t^the spevd ol 'A^^ men. conducu^the train whoi^easily and ut.^tions. Ofthw^New York, ^^line, about 1^stations wil^9U0-horse po^Rineer can coi^them. It ts n^efficiency devi^be had for so^even if five 01^will be utihzj^by wiro. In^five cars will^or four other^together as t^^bottom and^as the first or
offerthe leas^The movei^ally and accu^the power sta^to the train or^on the track s^the will of lb^stopped at au^aht-ad agAln.^under com pi^ahould not ju^track a singl*^efficiently op.
Whileit is I^five cars is n^or express hi^of the road^economy adi^an hour ea^ 1^power tii an o^no more ex^steadily main^tions and n^the trains,^hour could ti^York to Ch^tended to at^transportatl.^the commer'-^press line sti^is predicted i^follow, for^cars would ^^^^with single -^be required,^suffice for i^Chicago.
ilewould tr^abiy, in a tn^tricity. He \^ty, becau^
mightnot^his head ot.t|^would be no ^^ot the coaciH^cinders w^^The can I^track here hav^of the body,^use hav^ the I^the cars. leaviJ^journal boxes.[
Amongthe^controlling tht|^portance will i^reader who ho|^Chicago to N^|^ahd dinner.
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travel-a guar^of inches o^ready to hr^caoes of a^serves the 6^tion againut^two currer l^The poelti
railitself,^turns on a sm|^^ulated and [^right section!