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-TI-IE DISPLAY AT The New York Dry Goods Store. STARTLING EFFECTS. INCOMPARABLE STYLES. TIHE spring season is upon us, and March is as pleasant as May. The delight of early summer is very in-C a e' C anads C Goaross, spirming. Charming New Capes, Jackets and Dress Goods, abound with us in such boundless profusion that the Ladies vie with each other who shall have first choice, who shall have the richest garment. Never since the Moquette, Greek designs The art existence of our store have so much pains been taken. Greek designs The art Never have we dipped quite so deep into the mysteries "0" of weaving Carpets is of fine and startling effects. Our buyer, who is well Axminster, as old as the songs of acquainted with the fine ideas of Montana Ladies, has Homer. The Greek been in New York for the last two months, eagerly Body Brussels, patterns in Carpets will watching its market for the finest imports; thus we are always be imperishable. prepared, as never before, in expectation of a great and We have them, ladies, grand Spring trade. Tapestry Brussels. andbegyour inspection. Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Satisfaction Guaranteed. NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE. THE WEEK IN SOCIETY. On Tuesday evening the King's Daugh ters' circle gave a "Scotch high tea" at their parlord in the Denver block, which was visited by a very large number of guests who testify to the delicious supper. extraordinary fine programme rendered and, highly entertaining evening generally. The programme consisted of selections of Scotch airs on the piano given by Mrs. McDonald, the same country tunes on piano and vio lin by Adele and Henry Parbhen, songs by Messrs. Hodge and Owen; "Blue Bells of of Scotland," sung by Messrs. Shoemaker, Owen, Reed and Hodge, and the Messrs. MoRae played on the bagpipes. The sup per so generously served consisted of genu ine Scotch viands such as scones a id ban neocks, currant loaf, oat cakes, shortbread, etc. There was also a table of home-made candy which received excellent patronage during the evening. Rook Island (Ill.) Daily onion, Feb. 24: A matrimonial event which was one of the most brilliant in the history of Reynolds. and one in which the entire community took a friendly interest, took place on 'Inesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Lewis of that tows, in the marriage of their daughter, Miss Cora Lewis, to Mr. Will J. Casey, of Helena, Mont. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. U. G. Robinson, of the Baptist church of Reynolds. in the presenpe of about thirty of the relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties. The bride was attired.in a costume mode!faille silk, with steel trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Casey leave on Thursday on a two weeks' wedding tour and then will proceed to their future home at Helena, Mont. The people of Reynolds, while uniting in well-wishes for Mrs. Casey's future happiness and welfare, will be sorry to part with that young lady, who was a leader in all the social movements of the town. The happy groom is a resident of Helena, Mont.. where he holds the posi tion of salesman in the wholesale hardware establishment of Clark. Conrad & Curtin, and has purchased and furnished a cosy home in that thriving western town for his fair young bride. Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Sandberg were the host and hostess at a wooden wedding on Monday evening at their pleasant home, North Davis street. The "bridal couple" were the mecipients of about thirty very useful and ornamental gifts on this ocaa sion. The doctor presented Mrs. Sand berg a handsome upright piano. Refreshments were served, and sorme fine guitar playing was given by Messrs. Bausch and Gebhbrt. The latter gentle man also favored the company with a vocal solo, and Mrs. Sulgrove and Mrs. Beary played solos on tie piano. The evening concluded with a few dances, and all who were present enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent. T'le guests present were: Mesdames SulUrove, Pardlllian, O. Slogpy, H-i. bloggy, Jackson, Nelson, Beary, Loomis, iRnmmel; Misses Beery and Lewis; Messrs. Hulgrove, Pardillian, O. Sloggy, H. Bloggy, Jackson, Nelson, A. Beary, U. Beary, Bausoh, Gebhart, Jennison. The Inaugural ball of Golden City lodge, No. 3,4l5, G. U. O. O. F., took place at Electrie hall on Thursday evening. There were many gueste present from several Montana cities and as far east as Minus lipolis. The ladies were all in full dress and the fine array of beautiful toilets and happy faces made a nleasing sight, which vwap enjoyed by the lanrge number present. Dancing colnmmenced about 10 o'clock and was partioipated in until an early hour. A delicious sapper was served and the inaug ural ball of this lodge was pronounced a er.cess in every respect. The fourth lecture in the course under way given by the Y, M. C. A. was delivered to a good-sized audience on Tuesday even inc at their assembly hall. The lecturer was A. B. Keith, and his subject was "Brains, and How to Maike a Little go a Long Way." Mr. Keith's remarks were full and handled the subject under discus sion in a clear, concise manner, and were accompanied with illustrations on the blackboard, which aided very materially in the explanation. The three lectures of this course already delivered have each been very interesting, and the future entertain ments are looked forward to with pleasure by the large number of persons who have attended the course so far. A very pleaeant time was had at the musicale giver by Prof. A. Oldham's violin and guitar class, at the home of Mrs. Hugha, on Pine street, last Thursday even ing. Those present were entertained by excellent violin solos, cuitar duets, and fine piano recitals. Elegant refreshments were served at the close of the programme. Those who took part in the evening's pro gramme were the Misses Ethel Booker, Rosa Priest. Edna Foote, Nellie Harring ton, Virginia Atchison, Sadie Dickens, Miss Carter; Messrs. Herbert Jones and Willis IHughs. Mr. Oldham is very proud of his class, and well he may be, as their excellent performance is th6 reflection of his own careful training. The cast for the comic opera "Madjoon," which will be presented at the opera house during the first part of May, has been com pleted and ia strong chorus of fifty voices already procured. The forthcoming ap pearance of this new opera comprany will be extensively advertised, and nothing will be left undone to make its first anearaunce a success. The officers are: General man ager, K. C.(iarland; business manager, Wrm. Braden; stage manager. C. J. Dwyer; di rector, O. Jackson; critic, Dr. Foote. The proceeds of this entertalinrent, over and above expenses, will be for the benefit of the "Woman's Hlome," to be erected during the summer. .MIrs. F. P. Sterling entertained fifteen lady friends at an afternoon tea on Friday, March 4. Conversation cards were pre sented to each guest, with the different subjects to be discussed, some of them lit. erary and scientific, but the most of them practical and those which pertain to every day life. After an hour spent in conversa tion, refreshments were served on small tables, handsomely decorated with choice flowers, and when the guests separated from their kind hostess they all joined in anying they had spent a most delightful afternoon. Personal and General. John Potter and wife left on Monday for Louisville, Ky. Mrs. J. IBartn, of Boulder. is in Ielena visiting friends. Miss Laura ''eague went to Great Falls Saturday, returning Sunday. Mr. J. H. Mod, the banker from Lewis town, is registered at The Helena. Mrs. D. McCarthy and cllhildren are in the city visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. W. 1B. and Miss Mabel Gordon de parted on 'I'neday for Berlin, Wis. Ben Steele, of Great Falls, was in Helena for a few days during the past week. Mr. Herman Gans, of (Gans & Klein, re turned this week from an oeastern trip. Mrs. J. II. Clayberg returned yesterday froum an eastern visit of several weeks. iE . D. ]dgerton left on Monday for St. Paul via the Northern l'acille railroad. Mr. l)an M:Carthy, the popular Town send merchant, was in the city last Wednes day. Mr. nJames King departed on Monday for Mllwaukee over the Norlortrn Pacito rail road. IlMrs. I. It. Kleinschmihlt has departed for n ironlh's visit with her nmother in San Fi'rranisco. 'lhe Misses Strasberger and MiNe liolmes, of Butto, have been in the city duhring the past week. The younger members of tile Methodist church enjoyed a most pleasant evening on Friday at the home of "Ir, Engelhorn. The p:incipal feature of toe evening was candy pulling. Services will be held in the new Presby terian chuich on Warren street to-day for tii' first time. Miss Wemott, of Minneapolis, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Esler, 913 Harrison avenue. Mrs. J. H. Pierce. of Marysville. in mak ing her sister, Mrs. Carpenter, of Benton avenue, a short visit. The Juvenile orchestra met for their weekly practice at the home of J. H. Burton on Wednesday evening. Land Commissioner Carter expects to make this portion of the country a short visit within a few weeks. Among foreign visitors in Helena are B. F. Van Cleve and wife, of Melville, and C. E. Woodworth and wife, of Missoula. Mr. Harry Sterling and a very small number of his friends enjoyed a quiet game os whist on Friday evening at his home. James A. Taylor and Miss Ella Louise Cole were married in this city on Tuesday by B. F. Woodman, justice of the peace. Mrs. Richardson, of Tenth avenue, enter tained a number of her friends in a pleas ant manner at cards at her home on Thurs day evening. Miss Belle Barbour gave an elaborate dinner to a small number of her friends at her home on Madison avenue on Wednes day evening. Mrs. Don Davenport and daughter Mar guerite leave Helena on Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Dr. Sligh, Mrs. Davenport's mother, at Granite. Mises Ella Sanders was tendered a sur prise at her home on Thursday evening by a small number of her friends, and a most enjoyable evening spent. The social held by the Congregationalists at the homne of Mr. Spaulding on Clarke street, Friday evening, was greatly enjoyed by the large number present. J. A. McKnight will deliver a lecture on the "Life of Napoleon," March 22, at the opera house, under the auspices of the Commercial club of this city. James W. Jennings. of Glendale, and Miss Eliza Dunlap. of Helena, were mar ried on Thursday of last week. The Rev. F. D. Kelsey performed the ceremony. Frank J. Decker, of Prickly Pear, and Mrs. Mary A. Bowers, of Helena, wore married on Monday evening. The cere mony was performed by Judge Fleischer. Among the many fne entertainments that Helena is to have during the summer the concert to be given by the United States Marine band will be one of the most interesting. The Unitarians again spent a most social evening on Saturday, March 5n, at their place of meeting, G. A. R. hall, at which time a fine musical programme was enjoyed by all who attended. Mrs. C. E. Duel and daughter, Miss Bes sie, who have been visiting friends in Cali fornia, are at the nome of Mrs. John Mof fat for a short visit before they return to their home in Fort Benton. A. J. Dnucan. of Washington, Joe Hamil ton, of Greart Falls, E. W. Howard, of Mis •onlon, 11. Soli~man, of Kansas City, and Hon. Thos. (lCouch, of iutte, have been in Helena during the past week. lion. Granville Stuart and wife have moved to the now Suaulding 'louse on dt wards street, uand will hereafter make liol onu their perinmanent home. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart will be a valued addition to Hlelena society. Mladanme dMedini, who hIns been confined to her alrartmennts in the Homner block for the past ten days with a severn attack nof the pIrovnilini onpidenlio, is convalescing and will be able to continue bhr work to miii row, M rs. Geor.iro Leo, at lier residence on liobsck streeut, gave a very elegnant dinner last Wednesday oveninm in honor of Mra. I,. W. Smith, of huntte. IThose present were Airs..1. A. Mack, Mrs. James Fnulkerson and Mrs. S. ti, Cole. At tile request of Mrs. Johln . Thonp) sqn, of tins city, and through thie inflllence of i Mrs. I'. It, Dolman, of Iiutte, the inst nail to be driven on tile completion of the woman's building at the World's lair will be on exhibition at the jewelry store of C. B. Jacquemin & Co.. this city, during Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The ladies of Helena are cordially invited to call and see it. The family of Rev. J. N. Smith, late of the Christian church of this city, left on Friday to join Mr. Smith at Portland, where he has accepted a call. Mr. Clyde Smith will remain in Helena in the em ploy of Secretary Preuitt. The entertainment at the Central Presby-' terian church Friday evening was well pat ronized and very pleasant. Seven gallons of most excellent ice cream served by the ladies disappeared more rapidly than a Montana snow before a chinook. The' many friends of Dr. James C. Thomuson, formerly a practitioner in this city, will be pleased to learn that he has just returned from an eighteen months' tour of European hospitals in London, Paris and Vienna, and will practice in eye, ear and throat diseases in Pittsburg, Pa. A quiet wedding took place at the resi dence of the Presbyterian minister. Rev. 'rT. V. Moore, on Wednesday, the parties most interested in the occasion being Miss Christie McDonald, of Philipsburg. and P. F. Leighton, of this city. The best man wia E. Hawkins, and Miss Maggie Me 1)onald acted as-bridesmaid. Miss Jennie S. Frankfort, of 518 Fifth avenue, cave a farewell dinner at her home on Friday evening in honor of Capt. Emma Starr, Lieut. Mary Norwood and Comrade Fred Johnson, of the Salvation army. The women officers leave for new stations and Mr. Johnson goes into the men's training garrison at Portland, The lecture on "Robert Emmett, H:e Life and Times," given by Hon. John F. Finarty at the opera house, on Monday evening, was a most interesting subject to the large audience that had the pleasure of listening to the talented speaker. Gov. Toole, with several prominent citizens, oo cupied seats on the stage during the speak ing, and joined in enthusiastic applause with the audience when any telling point was made by the speaker. Miss Fannie Murphy has returned after an absence of six months spent in the east. Miss Murphy left Helena last fall with the intention of taking the full Wellesley course, but after having been at school for a short time she had such severe trouble with her eyes she was obliged to give up her intended studies, and spent the wipter in Now York city under the care of an oncu list. Miss Fannie's many friends in this city will welcome her return lomr. Among the anticipated pleasures for the coming spring the opening of our famous Broadwator is looked forward to with no little amount of interest. With the beau tiful structure itself, the largo number of eastorn visitors it will doubtless have, its excellent service, a fine band for evening concerts, the immense natatorium in full wotkingk order, the magniiicent grounds lighted brilliantly with electric lights, what more pleasant evenings could be wished for tltan can be enjoyed at that resort, which this summer will be reached by fine electric cars on both lines. In Helena, March 9, 1892, at eight o'clock p. im., at the residence of Mrs. Sarah Beu nett, by Rev. Mr. Iotllins, pastor of the Mlethodist Episcopal church. Mr. Seth linwden and Mrs. Ella Croes, in the pros once of a large circle of friends. Mr. Satntal S. lBennett noteod s host iantn, and Miss Ella Cooper as bridestmaid. Alter the cougratulations atill were invited to the din ing room, where they were seated around the table. laden with ia bountiful snuplly of ell the delicacies of the season. 'he re mainder of the evening was whiled away iii games and pleasaut jokes and acudotoes. A party of nearly a tdozcn gentletemn aor rived with tin cons, etc., to help celebrate the occasion. All were in turn preentled to the bride, and were soon seantedl around around the table, doing ample justice to the tetmpting food besfore thet. ihe preseunts wore maony, and wore very beautiful as well ts useful. East Ielena Nats . Miss Maggie Stewart, of Comet, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. T. Graves. 'heo intant dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iiggs is seionusly ill with lose erysipelas. A pleasant surprise awaited 1Rev. I,. Itramble and wife on their return frout Miaryssvill last week, in the shape of a handsomely decorated dinner set, which had been left in their china closet during their absence. Several East Helena ladies will give a leap year party at Haves' hall on Wednes day evening, March 16. To-day the first of a series of protracted meetings will be held in this place. Rev. L. Bramble will be assisted by Rev. Coney, of Deer Lodge. and 11ev. Squires, of Butte. Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, on returning from a moolight dive last evening, were surprised to lind their house filled with fliends and neighbors. A very pleasant evening was enjoyed by all present. lRe freshments were served at 11 and shortly after the company dispersed. THE CIHUIJRCHES. Services at the Central Presbyterian church, corner of Heolena avenue and Cooke street, at 11 a. nm. and 7:33 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Unitarian service, G. A. 11. hall-Mr. Crooker will preach at 11 a. m. on "Open Questions and Fixed Princinles in Re ligion," and at 7:30 p. in. i. "A Mere Man." Rev. Z. H. Shinn, the Universalist mis sionary, will preach in G. A. It. hall this afternoon at three o'clock. His subject will be "Universalismn Needed to Save From Infidelity." Rev. J. M. Gugel will hold German Luth eran service to-day at 10:30, at the Nor wegian Lutheran church, corner Iaaho street and Twelfth avenue, All are co - dially invited. Scandinavian Lutheran service to-night at eight o'clock at the Norwegian Luth eran church, corner Twelfth avenue and Idaho street. Everybody is invited to attend. Rev. N. Boe officiates. Grand street Methodist church, corner Grand and Warren streets, 1). B. Price pastor-Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., by the pastor. Sunday school tt 2:30 p. m. The public is cordially invited. Preaching at the Congregational church, on Benton avenue, by the pastor, Rev. F. D. Kelsey, Sc. D., on the themes: "The Mes sage of Tl'essalonica," and "iBetrayed by a Kiss." All are cordially invited and made welcome. Christian church -- P'reaching in the Christian church by M. L. Streator, state evangelist of Montana and Colorado, at 11 a. it. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 9:30 a. sm.; Y. 1'. S. C. E. at (;:3) p. u. All are heartily invited to these services. St. Peter's church-ltov. F. T. Webb. rec tor. Rtegular services, 7:45 a. in., celebra tion of the holy communion (except first Sunday in March), 11 ni. m. end 7:it0 p. is. Isuudav school and Ilible classes, 2:;3:) i. a. Service also on W\ediesdays (fromn Advent to Easter) 7:30) p. u. Fir1rt l'resMbterian church--liavint comn pleted their beautiful now chapel on lth cornor of Eleventh arveniue iand ir:wing street, will occupy the csame henceforth for all church purposes. The first solvices will be held this imorning at 11 a. ill. Sunday school tit 2:30 p. um. The pastor, R1ev. 'T. V. Mloore, will occupy the pulpit. All are invited. 0.IDS WAN'l'lElD FOIl Trle ('ONSTLIiCT('ION stpand cotlll.lolion " t ll, Monlana stato build ini, a: thn \ ,rll's ( 'iollll iars exposition, ('hi 1'lanl, poiiislations arnd details can be seen at tim tllmlu :sg i riar-.s Olttilo or .te'rotary, llelortL M,,.tt. iGallbra(lti t. Fle'Ir,, a lerMis i . ioisat. Galhralth & lller l.iriringston, Mont. II:, hhrl:' t'xohaiits. ('t ioati:, IHI All bdls niiL be cscoImpanied by a certilied ienek for $2,t:5. Tih, Il, ar ,t f Worrll's fair sluragers reserve the righ It rljoe 't Ila " ari st all birs. All hills irts be tiled in the Oiies ot tie see retary elor Liherlr a 12 ,'clock Itoo t f Irilday, April, 21), lotlH. ,IA.\S It. ll.'rlSAY. toorsltary, 1ph,,: it lann :15, lurut.ala National link lrtilding. llenar , :lir:t (I\lrlll Al ill A FI:U.i.:ri. N hiiriitoard,:t: Architects, 188OlhUTlION NOTICE,- Titi ('O PARtti t- brrlile hortr,err existing lBetnwera I. WVarsik,,n ants ,J. J. echniltd. dIing business un ier tlhe fim nltruli ns t s:tyl t of Warllkl e .rehldrit, is Ilri iay drlt-olvurl by mutral con steit, Sir, tithtnir r rrrirrre . Ire Irlrsiri e ir trIll Ile cOli, ll::l by II \\ arslrelr ttl o i. s i. lUii sill ililriatcruiis'rs aind colliets a!l Ihills dsln ihe late .ir. I VAItNKL-N J. J. tlltIIMlT'. SUMMONS.--IN TlE DISTRICT COURT OP the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Anna Loewe. plaintiff, vs. Henry Loewe, de fentdant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above namled defendant: You are heorby required to appear in an action brought against you by tile above named plaintiff in tle dislrict court of the lirat i judicial distriat of the state of Montana, in and for tile county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed llierein.within ten days (exclusive or the day of service) after the sorvice of this sum imont, if served within this county: or. if served out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or judgne et by dfult will be taken against you according to the irayor of said complaint. '1he said action is brought to obtain a decree of thi court dissoi\ing the )iondo of lnatrintony now existing between said plaintiff and defend ant. upon the grunda set forth in the complaint on tile in this actionr and for the custody of the minor children and for general relief. l'lattil' all~ges in suaid conlllaint, as grounds for such divorce, that on tile o 1th day of Dec:m bar. A. D). one thoiusand eight hundred and elehty-nine, (11th) dhe diefonuant willfully and wtitaout causre oeerrd anti ratndoned the plain tiff and abseu.ed himself front plsintifl against her will and without her coltohot, aud departed fronL the state of Molltaun, and still continues to live elopasato'ad aiart fromti her, -And you are hereby notitiel that it you fail to appear aud anw'r ilie said cotiplaint, as atove required, the said plaintift wilt app:ly to the court for he relict demaoded irn her ctomlaintt. iven under tly hand and the real of the tdie trict court of the irst judlicial dlitrict of tie tate of Meontan.a in anti for the courtty of Lewis anid ('lIorke, this bth day of lFebruary, in the eoar of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and niuety. two. LsALt.l JOHN BIEAN, Clerk of tistoict Court. C. W, FxLnsCoER, Attoirney totr laintliff.I TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. -THE-- NORTHWESTERN LINE, (C., ST. P., M. & o. RY.) This is the only lin msaking connection at St. Paul with the tert Northern Railway ever, day in the week for Chicago. Through time is as follows: Leave Butte, via Great Northern...... 7:30 a m L.eavo Ho onh. via Great Northtrn.... 11:10 a m Leave Ureat malls, via ireat Northern 2:,5 p tI Arrive at Minot .......... t ........... 10:50 a m Arrive at .erand Forkas ................ p m Arrive at St. asl ...................... 6:55 a m Leave oButte, via Northern Paoilie..... 7:00 p m Leave Helete, via Northern citcili.... 7:050p m Letave IlBozcanla, ia Northern Paintic 11:40 p In Arrive at St. Paut ................. 5:50 .. Via "T'he Northwestern Line": Leave St. Paul ............... 7:50 a m 6:50 p is Arrive at Milwaukee........ 7:55 pi m 7:21 a w Arrive at Chicago............ 0:30 p ni 9:.0 a n Secure your tickete over "The Northiwester Line." It is the short line both in time and distance to Chicago. T. WY. TEASDALE , General Passengotr Agent. tit. l'aul. HOVEY & BICKEL CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS. ROOMS 24, 20, Merchants Natlonml Bank Ilulldlttg. Helena, n Montana. STUDY LAW AT HOME. TAIog A ('oUtisg IN Tiu pragueo (Correjllmdsonoa Fchool of Law. (locorprateul.) bend ten cents (stamrps) for particulars to d. Ootnser, Jr., Sec'y. lBe. 38U Whtltey BllockL Det,erl M111gb