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THE BEE HIVE.
Special Sale Thi.S VWeekl on. WINTER + UNDGRWRETR. Ladies' Heavy Jersey Ribbed Grey Underwear. Men's double-breasted extra heavy natural Wool Un Worth 750. This Week 400 derwear, Ladies' All-Wool Grey Vests, Regular Price $5. This Week $3.75 Per Suit Worth $125. This Week 7650 1 Lot Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose, in cotton Ladies' All-Wool Jersey Ribbed Underwear, in Scarlet and wool, fast black and colors, and Black. Worth $1.75. This Week $1.25 Regular Price from 35 to 50c Per Pair. Ladies' Medicated Scarlet 'Underwear, This week at the uniform price of 260 Worth $1.50. This Week $1 Large Line of the Celebrated Barney & Berry Skates Men's Random Mixed All-Wool Underwear, At Bedrock Prices Worth $2. This Week $1 Per Suit Boys' Round Spring Runner Skates of the best make. Men's Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear, in Grey only, Worth $3.50. This Week $2.50 Per Suit Special Prioes on Crockery and Glassware. Men's Camel's Hair Underwear, Splendid Goods, Foster Kid Gloves,in Blacks, Tans and Slates, only $1.25. -Usually Sold at $4. This Week ,$2'75 Per Suit Every Pair Warranted. SOL. GENZBERGER & CO., NTORTHI-I AIN STREET.I I l I II . BOUHNDMY LINE DISPUTE, Interest in the Subject Revived by the Late Ohio-Indiana Controversy. In the Early Days of the Govern ment These Disputes Were Frequent. How They Were Settled-Extracts From a L LLecture by Tm. C. Sprague, of Detroit. We hear recently from the newspapers of a discovery having been made that the boundary line as now established between the states of Ohio and Indiana is not a cor rect one-that the latter state has within her accepted territory a portion of the fair soil of her sister state. Some have asked, how is this to be remedied? Without at tempting to answer this question definitely, I wish to refer to oases arising at the threshold of our life as a nation, the refer ence to which may be interesting and in structive. In the days of the continental congress, many were the disputes that arose between states as to territory and boundaries, and between indi viduals claiming lands under grants from different states. Among these controversies were those between Pennsyl vania and Connecticut; Pennsylvania and Virginia; New Jersey and Virginia: Massa chusetts and New York; South Carolina and Georgia; New Hampshire, Vermont, New York and Massachusetts. The articles of cor federation provided that the United States in congress assem bled should be the last resort on appeal in all disputes and differences then subsisting, or that might arise thereafter, between two or more states concerning boundary, juris diction or any cause whatsoever. A mode of establishing a court for the trial of these controversies was specifically prescribed. This was adopted in 1777. The first contro versy arising was that between Pennsylvania and Connecticut over the fair and fertile Wroming-a territory of 5,000,0O0 acres. Dalegates from each state met and failed to agree. Resort was had to arams, lnd much blood was shed. Connecticut in formed congress of the state of affairs, and that body appointed ltoutledge, Chase, Jef forson, Kiunsey and Hopktins a committee. This committee recommended the cesea tion of hostilities and a settlement irn a legal way. Peace once urolo reigned. At:tr the" articles of confederation were finally ratified, investing congress with the powers above referred to, Pennsylvania prayed congress for a hearing. Congress set a day for n hearing, which was noticed to both parties, and at the time designated the disputrnte appeared by their agents. The states were then directed to appoint by joint consent commissionels to constitute a court. This was done. The court sat at Tren ton. Fifteen days were devoted to argu ments. 'The court decided for Penaeyl vanta. This was the only decision in con troversies between states under the articles of confederation. The judgment was no .oroved by congress, and it was acquiesced in by Connecticut. This did not prevent a war growing out of adverse claims to the private right of soil between individuals, and the "i'ounr. nite and Yankee" war was the result, but Pennsylvania confirmed to actual settlers their lands, and the distriot was erected into the county of Luzserne. Ponnsylvnnia and Virginia differed as to the famous "Mason and Dixon'sa" line. A *emmission, composed of olergy in Virginia and college professors in Pennsylvania, finally agreed upon the line. New Jersey and Virginia differed as to a tract called Indiana in the northwest ter ritory. No commission was appointed, for Virginia presented to congress a deed of cession in 1784. New York claimed the land between the Merrimac and the Charles, but before the commission which had been appointed had met, the two contending states, New York and Massachusetts, settled the dispute be tween themselves. South Carolina and Georgia fought for the upper waters of the Savannah river. The states failed to agree upon a commis sion, as directed by congress, and that body chose a court for the purpose, but the states came to an agreement. New Hampshire, Vermont, New York and Massachusetts quarreled over the region lying between Lake Champlain and the Connecticut river, which resulted in the recognition of "the pretended state dP Ver mont" as a state. Thus much for early controversies. In case of conflicts now arising, we quote from article three, section one, of the constitution: "The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one supreme court and in such inferior courts as the congress may, from time to time, ordain and establish," and from section two: "The judicial power shall extend to * * * controversies he tween two or more states. * * * " It is altogether likely that the states of Ohio and Indiana would be able to adjust any difference that might arise from an error in survey or otherwise, and that the course taken in early controversies would become unnecessary. Bueklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheun, fever sores, tatter, chapped hands, chilblains, somrs and all skin eruption', and nositively c.res piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed togive perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prlge 25 cents per box. For sale by R. 8. Hale & Co. Music boxes extremely low at The Bee Rive. Prices are less than present cost of importa tions. - Dyspepsia. That nightmare of man's existence which makes food a mockery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily yields to the po tent influencp of the celebshted English Dandelion T'Iic. It tones on the digestive organs, restores the appetite, makes as similation of food possible and invigorates the whole system. All druggists sell it at $1 per bottle. ONIE ENJov Both the. method nind results when Syrup of Figs is takeni; it iii pleasant and refreslhing to the tasto, and acts gently yet promptly on ehe Ridneya, Liver and Bowels, clef fres the sys tem effestually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constlpation permancntly. For salo in 50o and $1, bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRANOI 00, OAL4 LOUWVILIUE, KY. ftJW YORK. N.Y. 'Excursiors!I NOW IN EFFECT ON THE GREAT NORTHERNI TICKETS: To St. Paul and Return - $60.00 To St. Louis and Return - $75.00 To Chicago and Return - $80,00 The atove are first-class. and good for return 8 months from date of sale. Also low one way rates to all castern points. Through cars and fast time. No, 4, Atlantic Express for St. Paul and the East leaves Helena daily at 11:10, No. 9, for Butte at 2:50 P. M. No. 1 for tutte at 8:40 A. iM. If you are going oh a trip be cure and call at the Great Northern City ticket otffice No. M1ain stroet, or address B. H. LANGLEY. General Ticket Agent. iolene. Mont. NOTICE TO CUT TIMBER ON UNSUR. o0yAd government land. Notice is hereby given, that in accordance with the provision of section 8, act of March 3, 1t91. and the rules and regulations preecribed by the honorable iecretary of the interior, May 5. 1li)1, we. teei nndorsignol, give notice that after the expiration of twenty-one daye fronm the firsi publication of tthis notice we will make written application to the honorable secretary of the in terior for authority to out and remove all mer chantable curd'wood. lagging, and mining tint b"r, allowed to be out and removdl under and by virtue of said law, and the regulations of the in terior decart wnet, from the poliowing described tract of land. viz.: gioning at; a point two and a quarter miles up the south fors of Maiu I.elt creek, from the coniluelce of the Main Bolt creek and the south fork thereof, thence three miles east, thence south six mites, thence west six miles, thence niortI ix omiles, tineos east three miles to the place of bgraiuting: said lands beuin unour veoed but lyt.tl as near as can be ascertained in townshit, thirtooen (t3t north, of range eight (8) cast, raid lanlb having thereon, re newr as can be estitnatld, about filty thousand cords ef wootd, forty thonesaud pieces of mining timber, five Ihundredl thousantw feet of lagrine. and fifty thousand railroad ties, adt or li id land biing non.mineral so tar as known, ronch, hilly, and steep, and whoiiy n. fit for anricuttural purposes, and is located to the county of deageer. state of Montana. T. E. iihVA, itY. F. 1. tEl'VENItS. Of Neihart postofltoe, Montana, lated Dec. 1t. 1811. NOTICI OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMl ber. In accordanot with tVi provisions of sootlon 8, rules and rtulatlios preserilbid by the hoilorable eoeretvre of the interior. May 8. 00ii, the initersihgneld hereby ivees notice t:unt at thl expiration of twenty-onetto nays from the firet pobe lictlation of tite enotice,. it wilt aipply te tiee hin. orablo sototary of the intoerior, by its written spylioation. for authority Ito out andi rmoos tlhe mershantable saw loge. contiatlin of tine and firtitnibr, on the following described public leadl., to wit: Beglnning at the forks of Cottonwood creek. which I a tributlary of the seouth fork of the Mnaseelshell riwr thence running up the left or weest, and middle foirks of said ('eltonwoutd creek, and embracing the natural water aited of both. aild land ottibrces what would be tlp. 0 n. r. IU o., if survoeyed. All of eitl lantd is rough, rocky. mnounlainotle and tnnsrueyod, an d is south li. sand ildjaa t to tp, n.. r. li0 e. (surryed), anti is on the nortl selope of tle Cramly hlountainua. in Itselgher oettun. atate of Montana. and eontailtt abnut throe millllon :S,u0O,out feet of teerchant able piin ant fir timber. tHMI I H lPtit)J.t 1h11 lIP (O., By uohn, f m. itith, president. BM1TH .ilft IMOom, Attorneys f~r Appllcant, \1 hire 8ulphnr ldpriege, alunt. ,lllurlemnnn nl maneUry o(h lohwklholdJra rf t;,u Nuntaun Lumber and hicmnufruluriutt cootll ~)IY tr uL (I1W okeothcu or fi~o Iv~~tutoo fur 11w on ohu e 1Otl n niud thu transacItOn of Muuh o.ther fuoluesz" r may ruounlarly aouttu bufore thion will hio eld at their oil co, rnotl No. U, llulter blocu, to Helona, Moutanaýpn the thirdWri doosday in January, 1SM IA. tIE. 'T"IYIL Meoritary. THE CHICAGO, . u... .MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y, -2 Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosse and Milwau kee to Chicago and all points in the East. ern States and Canada. It is the only. line under one management between St. Paul and Chicago, and it is the Finest Equipped Railway in the Northwe at. It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep ing cars with luxurious smoking-rooms, and the finest dining-cars in the world, via the famous "River Bank Route." along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chica go. Its trains connect with those of the Northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of care of any cla between St. Paul and Chicago. For through tickets, time tables, and full information, apply to any coupon ticket agent in the northwest. FOR FORTY YEARS DR. WM. IIALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS Hac been a never-falling family remedy fo COUGSS, CULUS, COJNsUM'1T1ON "l,. GRIPPE," SORE0 THROAT, 1IOAR.SE NE.., PNEUVaONIA. ,tATARRI. INFLU ENZA, ACUTE and C IHRONIC BRONCHI TIN, AsTHL .A. t \lOOPING COUGHN CROUP, PLEITaISY, PAIN IN THE ISDIl AND BREAST SB'I'TTING OF BLOOD, and all diseases of the THROAT, CHEST and LUNGS - Leading to - CONSUMPTION. DR. WM. HALL'S I3ALSAM contains ns opium, morphine, nor any deleterious drug. II uoethes asd ieahls the Me mbrane of the L.ngs, inflared and poisone by sdiieate, and provento night sweat. and tightne.ss across the ellrt, It is leaant to the taste. Be cure and sltk for D,. WM. IALL'SL BALSAM, and tako no other. Trade supplied by I. M. i'archon ts Ce., Heloas. Meat. PRICE 25e., O6c., $O.00. DR. WM. HALL CO., NEW YORK. 81id by H. M. Parchen & Co., Helepa. Mont NOTICE TO STOCKIIOLDERIS OF THE Cascade Lhnd Company. The board of trueeoas of tile ascade Loand corpiny having heretoforn mnadle ad published calls for putynetlt of installments ot the untpaid rubsoriptlou to the ocpltal stock of said cost paty as htretnder set forth, to wit.: 20 conts lr share called April it, 1890, payable May 24. l~oo. 20 cents per share called Juno .1, 1890, payable July 28, 1093. 10 cents per share called Aug. 13, 1890, payable Sept. I1, 1890, 11 cents per share called Oct. 8, 1810, payable Nov. Ill, 18CC. 0) cents per share called Nov. 21. 18910, payable Dee. 18, 1880. 20 cent(e er share called Feb. 11, 1891, payable Mlarch 17, 1801. I0 cents pos share called April 7, h011. piayable ley. 10, 181). 10 rents per share salled July 8, 18f11, payable Aug. 10, 1801. .11 cents tior rlase calledl Sept, 8, 1891. Ipayable Oct. 10, 1891. 10 cents 1Ier share called Oct, 28, 81i, pamyable Nov. 0.1 l6.l. JO oants ler share called 1Dc. , 11891, Ipayable Jan. 10, 111)3. i0 rents in aggregate. You are hereby iotliod Ihat payment of tlhe said llerallrunto is ,eltuantld.d ite imald to it. Hrowu. secretary ti the ld corlllany. ruomo I. Power bulhtltnl liI.t clity of itittlla, Nulontlau, on or blefors tihe 01. ttty ttf February. 1890, to spiry 6 on I lie ltlmtpid eubsorliltloli to the capi tl tlokl ti I Haitl trt illr lay. Any and all stirk lt toril oltdtpatpy llttiu wllilh said lnltallteults or any part thereol sohll re nitsn uriiald slly dlys after Lob 3. I1882, will ibe forfeit andt so deelareti tstcording to law In such cases made suid privldtl. B. nILOWN, lorelr of the ('aodo LaMd C'opanpy. 8rlun, iYonta., Ik 28, 1891. OUR TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF CONTINUOUS BUSINESS Clarke, Conrad & Curtin, THE LEADING DEALERS IN STOVES AND RANGES. We offer a very complete line of all kinds of Heating ad Cooking Stoves For either Wood or Coal, and ? f at prices that will astonish ACES everybody. COME AND SEE US. Oder iie' vILUoN, -AGENCY FOR Golden Suns W:n Steel Ranges, Acorn Line of Heaters and Cooks Sj Superior Stoves and Ranges 42 AND 44 S. MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 90. SANTA cRUZ, CALIFORNIA -.......... THE SEA BEACH HOTEL • Is the NEWEST, LARGEST. MOST COMPLETE AND MOST DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL in Santa Crua Situated in the midst of rommodions grounds. the house directly overlooks the broad and curving beach and the bay of Monterey, where is found the finest winter and summear surf bathing in the world. From the witde veran dae the most magniucenl t and varied marine and mountain' views in California are seen on iat sldes. Its many rooms ar, handsomely furnished and sunny. while plenty of bath.rocms, fire-prce stesm-heatere, eleotric lightsad belle, gas, hot and old water, are neessary comforts which willn be appreciated by ail. A Large Dini-y-oom, Excellent Table and the Best of Service Throughout the House are Sp ecialties, STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR. The Leach Station of the broad sag. road isJlet below the house, and carriagesawait trains at nall deopots. A descriptive souvenir booklet of the Hotel and surrounding country mailed free of charge sn applloEatoL. For full particulars and terms apply to J;rOIN T. SULLIVAN. Proprietor. lBESIdsiEN' NoTICIu--OF"I O CAR cu-eio Lad Company. room 1Yuower build notiue in hereby given that at a aegular tcouthiy meoting of the truA1005 of the alecade Laund Cuo. hehl on tho 10th day or December, btld, an assessment of twenty (h20) cents per shtre was levied upon the capital stuck of said ('as.evdl Land company, payable on the 10th day of .anuary, 192, to B. Brown. secretarl o sarid colupany. at tie romplany' office, room t, Power btulding, in the city or Ielena, Montana. Adny ltork pu.O which aeeseutent l at ll remain uupa4d on the 111th day of February. 10)2. s all he deImed dellnquent and shall be dell adver. lcid hfr ealo at, public auction, and un es pay menlt shill e e nuide before, will be soul on the lut 1 day of March, 181x2, to pay clelinnuent c. ersmonit. together with cota. t df lvertling and SB. IVBROWN, Secretary. Dated Doc. 10. 1891. Melena. Mont. QO(}t KHO[,DI,.II Mlf4TINtr--v'lHI REGU" I.hr Rtinnala motin t Of the etu.kholdeor of the MoIntcna Natiounal lank will be holl at their Ibakl u lhon n in }laena. Munt., on Tuea. dac. J-ant i, b. oU h f itbo ir. a. .m ,udl 4 a. am. ItOBG. L. MoUULlO 1,. Ca'almlr. C. Be LllKICll11,' dFloor Heral BnU, BLANK BOOKS .e..To Orderer 305. NEATLY IW&5D sal P15U1l H1Ioen a National b lnkort el A ilueclors for the an rA! thh 'COIL n°ýhý,n