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WITH ALL DUE CEREMONY
The Programme Attending the Ded. ioation of the Buildings of the Exposition. October 20,21 and 22 To Be Red Letter Days in Chi cago. and MilItary Celebrations 1i Honor of the Occ.len-A Reception to the President. When the congress of the United States authorized the commemoration of the four hundredth anniversary of the diseovery of America by an international exposition to be held in Chicago during the summer of 1893, it also provided that the exposition buildingse should be dedicated on Oct. 12, 1892, with "appropriate ceremonies." Sub sequently, by act of congress, the date was changed to Oct. 21,1892. Aside from the international interest in this fitting prelude to the maganfloent pic ture of the world's progress that will be presented in 1893, this dedieatery service will furnish an opportunity for the world to behold the extent of the preparations which are being made for the exposition. The task of preparing a programme of eeremonies which will appropriately herald the greater spectacle commemorating the diseovery, development and progress of the new world, has been a work Involving great care and the consideration of many dfll culties. The following programme of p, dedicatory exercises and incidents coda. nested therewith is submitted as the result of this thought and purpose: The evening of Wednesday, Ot. 19, a grand reception will be tendered the prest dent of the United States, his cabinet and other distinguished guests at the auditor inu. After the close of the ceremonies on each of the three succeeding evenings, there will be magnificent pyrotechnic dis plays On Thursday. Oct. 20, the civic celebra tion will take place. The first day will wit ness an imposing procession, indicative of peace, contentment and prosperity, partici pated in by civic organizations, which will be reviewed by the president of the United States, his eabinet, the congress and other honored gueste. In the evening, at Jackson park, amid myriads of electrie lights and other dis plays, a water pageant, "The Procession of the Centuries," will move through the water-ways of the exposition grounds, Illus trating with beauty and historic accaracy some of the great facts of history con nected with the discovery ef America, such as the condition of this country prior to the landing of Columbus; striking events in the life of the great discovere ; important epochs in American his tory and the world's progress in civilization. The vessels upon which these tableaux will be represented vary from forty to fifty-three feet in length, modeled after the naval architeeturs of the period represented; for example, "Columbus before the cours of Spain," will be repre sented upon a vessel modeled after the lines of the "Santa Maria." The following subjects will be illus trated: let. Aboriginal age; representing the American Indians. 2d. The stone age; representing the cliff dwellers. 3d, The age of metal; representing the Aztecs, the religious rites, manners and customs. 4th. Columbus at the court of Ferdi nand and Isabella. Sth. Departure of Columbus from Palos. l)iscovery of America. . Columbus before the cosrt of Ferdi n-.and Isabella. presenting natives and range products of the new country. English cavaliers and the settlement of Jmestown. 9th. Hendrick Hudson; discovery of the Hudson river; Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam. 10th. Landing of the pilgrims, and illus tratidns of early Puritan life. 11th. Ferdinand de Soto; discovery of the Mississippi. 12th. The French explorers. Pierre Mar quette. Chevalier La Salle and the north west. 13th. Washington and his generals. 14th. Signing of the Declaration of In dependence. 15th. Union of the colonies; the thirteen original states; the sisterhood of the great republic; welcoming the territories to the constellation of the states. 16th. "Westward the course of empire takes its way." 17th. The genius of invention; applica tion of steam, etc. 18th. Electricity and electrical appli ances. 19th. War: representing valor, sacrifice, power, death, devastation, 20th. Peace: representing tranquillity, security, prosperity, happiness. 21st. Agriculture. 223, Mining. 23d. Science, art, literature. 24th. The universal brotherhood of man; equal rights, law of justice; liberty en lightening the world. Friday, Oct. 21, will be dedication day. The president of the United States, hiscab inet, metnbers of the supreme court, mem bers of the senate and house of representa tives, distingnliahed foreign guests and gov ernera of the different states and territor ies with their official staffs, will be escorted by a guard of honor composed of troops of the United States army, detachments of the United States naval forces and regiments from the various state national guards, to the manufactures and liberal arts building, in which the dedicatory exercises will be hel . At one o'clock in the afterinoon in this building the folltwing dedicatory pro gramme will be carried out under the direc tion of the director general. let. Columbian March. Written for the occasion by Prof. John K. 'Paine. 2d. Prayer by Bishop Chas. H. Fowler, D. I)., L.L.I)., of California. 3d. Dedicatory ode. Words by Miss Har riet Monroe, of Chicago; music by G. W. Chadwick, of Boston. 4th. Presentation of the omaster artists of the exposition and their completed work, by chief of construction. '"[th. Report of the director general to the World's Columbian commissuon. . 6th. Presentation of the buildings for dedication by the president of the World's Columbian exposition to the plresident of the World's Columbian cornemiesrron. 7th. Chorus, "T'he Heavens Are Telling," Haydn. 8th. Presentation of the buildings for dedication by the president of the World's Colombian cumnulasion to the president of the United States. 9th. Chorus. "In praise of God." Beethoven. - 10th. Dedication of the buildinge by the president of the Irnited States. 11th. Hallelujah chorus from "'lThe Me aiah."--landel. 12th. Dedicatory oration, lion. Wmin. C. P. Breckenrldge, Kentucky. 13th.." lThe Star Spanrleri Banner" and "Hail Columbia," with full ehorus and or chestral accompasniment. 14th. Columbian oration, Chauncey M. Doepew, New York. 15th. National salute. At the close of this programme a special electrio and pyrotechnic display will be given, with a repetition of "The Procession of the Centuries." Haturday, Oct. '2, iH for the mrilitary cele bration. A eeries of Iliillta y imanruvere and parades will constitute the main por tion of the day':s orgramme. In the even :nrg attractive and aplruopriate celebrations will be provided, firllowed by a magnificon display of fireworks. A number of brilliant social entertain ments will be given by the citizens of Chi cego during the three evenings of the dedi nation celebration. A STRAINGE STORY. Three Meon ald to lave eens Cnreed by a Desparrgr Woman. The kolelde of Jqdge James C. Nermile, of the t. Louis eriminal court, will afford the superstitious a chance to speculate. He is one of the three whom a deepairina and hear-broken mother is said to have called down a curse upon, and he is the second of the trio to die by his own hand. Judpe Normilo was proseuting attorney at'the trial of Walter H. Lennox-Mauwell, alias Brooke, who was convited and ere outed for the murder of his friend and bene factor, Arthur C. Preller, at the Southern Hotel, St. Louis. The case was known -a the trunk mystery, and was extensively dis cussed throughout the world. The parents of the murderer came from England, where Brooks, senior, Is a sehoolmaster, and left no stone unturned to secure the nmurderer's acquittal, but to no purpose. After the execution it was reported that Mrs. Brooks called down a curse on the head of the trial ludge, the prosecutor, and lastly Gov. Morehens, who refused to commute the sentense. It is interesting now to recall the feet that Judge Van Warner failed of re-elec tion; that Gov. Morehouse in a fit of delirium committed suicide less than a year ago, and now the proseentor in the case has died by his own hand. B4 eklee's Aratea Balve. 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The Pennsylvania lines offer this desirable combination. The connect ing link between Chicage and the national capital. Bide trip to historic Gettyeburg, if desired. Address J. M. CaGrAvs, Tray. Pass. Ag't., St. Paul, Minn. 8500 Reward! We will pay the above reward for any case ot kver Comrnplaint, Dyspepsia Sick headache, In igestion, Constipation or Costiveness we can. aot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. Ther are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satite ractioia;. ugr Coated. Large boxes, 25 cent. Beware of counterfeits and imitationa The anuins sold by H. M. Paohen & Co.. Helen. HJAP&NA YA CURE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of Suppositories, Ointment in t'apsnles. also in UBox and Pills; a Positive Cure for External, I ternal. Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Rie cent or Hereditary Piles. sad many other dis ueser and female wesaknesses; it is always a great benefit to the general health. The first discover of a medioal cure rendering an operation with the knife unneoeseary nereafter. This Remedy has never been known to fail. $1 pr box, B for $5; sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible diesase when a written gnarantee is positively given with 0 boxes, to refund the money if not cured. Send stamp for free sample. Guarantee issued b It. M. Parehen & Co. druggiste, sole agents. HIelena. Mont. SHEIFF'S SALE -- HENRY CANNON. plaintiff, vs. W illiam J. Noonan, also known as anc called James W. hoonan, Catherine Noonan. Isaac (reenhood and lFerdinand 1iohm, partners doing and transacting business under the firm name and style of tireenhood, Bohm & Co.; the Bunnell 3& Eno Investment company, a corpor ation, Max Kahn and William Muth. defeondants Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the district court of the First judticial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis And Clarke, on the 2d day of August. A. D. 1892. in the above entitled action, wherein I onrv Cannon. tits above namned plaintiff. obtained a judgment and decree of foreclos ure and sale against William J. Noonan also known as and called James W. Noonan. tatherine Noonan. Isaac ireenhood and Ferdi nausund oh. partners doing and transacting businrise under the firm name and style of (irenlhood. lohm & Co.. The Hunnell Eino Investment company, a crporation, Max .ahn and W illiam Moth, defendants, on the 2:dt day of August. A. D. 1892. for the sum of $1,l.0.22 besides interest, costs and attorney fees. which said dlecrter was on the &l day of .' gurst. A. I). I92. rocorded in judgment book No. "H" of raid court at age --, I am commanded to sil alIl t at certarulot. piece or parcel of land, aitnalt, lying and being in the county of Lewis andl ('larke. state of Montana, and bounded and doescribed as follows, to-wit.: lot number thirteen (13) in block number lwent,-four (it in the Northern Pacific addi tiuii to the city of IHelena, in (tie crunty of l.owis and ']arkts, and istate of Montana, ac corlinito the plat if said Northern Pacifitc addlitinu on tile in the olirce of the county reorlrits of ti i county. ingetner with all snd singular the tenements ieredlitarinints and appurtenances thlereunto be iongingr or in nywiet, appertaining. l'ubli' riotice is hereby gciven i hat on Saturday. flit 7tlh il.t . ..f ,ept.thor, A. 1. I h02. at 12 o clock in. of t at dayat the front door of the itlrsl.ullue. lllcena. Lewis and Clarke county Monltana, I will, in ,bed!ionce to eaid order of sale nnd di crio of foreclosuanre andt sale, sell the above de-criltud prorperty. or ci, much thereof as may be octvssary to estisfy said judgmenIi t, with intern,ot anl ciosts, to the highest and best bidder, for cmlsh in hand1. Givon unda r my hand this 2Lth day of August. A. U. ltr6 ('HAS. NM. JFERI1O, Sheriff By HAI.o ti. JonsosO, Deputy liherilt. 1IINIG STOCKS WANTED. 08,000 Shares of Poorman. 4,500 Shares of Combination. 10,000 Shares of Southern Cross. 5,000 ;uares of Elizabeth. 2 000 Shares of Iron Mountain. 4,000 Shares of Bi-Metallic Exten :1on. 2,000 Shares of Pandora. 500 Shares of Bi-Metallic. 300 Shares of Granite Mountain. 400 Shares of Alice. We will take all or any part of j the above named Stocks if price is reasonable. We buy and sell min ing stocks on commission; sell and buy on margins; sell options. 10, 20, 30, 40 and 90 days, and will loan money on any of the above n arned stocks at a reasonable rate of interest. CALL ON OR ADDRESS W. j. Nichols & Bro., Rooms 2-3 Owsley Block, BUTTIr CITY, MONTApA. *ilOR AI - C.a R. .CSTOC~W? DR. LXSBIG &o FROM LIEBIG WORLD DISPENSI R anaas :City, Mo, and San S.srxcsoo, ca). NOW I HELENA. This week only, until Sunday night, September 4. Private recep tion, room 15, Merchants Hotel. Jolhn Turk, a pioneer of Helena suffered dreadfull from hercurial Salavation Chronic iheumatism and Imnmrity of Illonol, tried many doctoris, but continued to suffer until Dr. Stod dart, ofLiebig World Dispensary, of San Fran cisco and Kansas City, peedily cured him. Mr. Turk is well known. Ask Mr. Holter. Holier Mardware (o., or Jndie Allan about him. Mirs. Alameda Martlin, 1100 Post street, Spo kane. has been restored to perfect health, after trying Imany leading physicians. She came to see Dr. Stoddart on crtches; was partisally para lyzed and completely broken down from nere use prostration. Today he is completelycured. Thousands of easuch chronic cases are being cured by Dr. Lieb g & Co., all over the west. The doctor is hemre now from San Francisco, and bas offices at room 15, Merchants Hotel. uptil Sunday night. Sept. 4. WDr. SIteddart is here persuoally and will attend all ezamlaatloau and 'ive froe ealultatlee. 4SHERIFF.' BALE-M. BOLLESe &. CO.. plaintiff, vs Elizabeth oen. administratrx of the estate of Henry Hoon, deceased. Elizabeth Boen and Wallace & f hornbnrgh, defendants Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale sleaned out of the distriot court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, on the .lat day of August. A. D. 1892 in the above entitled action, wherein M. Bolles A (o.. the above named plaintiffs, obtained a Judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against Elizabeth Hoen, administratrix of the estate of Henry Hoen, deceased. Elizabeth Hoen and Wallace d Thornburgh, defendants, on the 2hth day of Augusti A. D. 1892, for the sum of $1,712.08, besides interest, cost' and attorney fees. which said decree was on the 2th day of August. A. D. 189a recorded in Judg ment book No. H. of said court at page I am commanded to sell all that certain lot piecel r parcel of land situate, lying and be ing in the county of Lewis and Clarke. state of montana, and bounded and described so follows. to-wit: Lot number five (5), in block number sixty two (t2) of Hielenatownsite, in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana, as described on the otocial plbt of said Helena towneite in the office of the county clerk and recorder of said county. Together with all and singular the tenements. hereditaments aud appurterances thereunto belonging or in any wiseappertaining. Public notice is hereby given that on Thursday, the 2Id day of September, A. D. 1892, at 12 o'clock m.of that day at the front door of the court house Helena, Lewis and Clarke county tMontana, i will, in obedience to said order of saide and decree of foreclosunre and sale, seil the abovedescribed property, or so much thereof as may .be necessary to satiefy said judgment, with interest and costs, to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand. Given under my hand this list day of August, A, ID s 1811 CHAS. M. JEFFERIS, Sheriff. By IAL.Pn G. Jouoso~. Deputy ISheriff. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE NIRST judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the administration of the estate of Emery lean, deceased. by virtue of adecree of the district court of Lewis and Clarke county, in department num ber two thereof, rendered on the .}t day of July, l.92, upon petitton..1 , seUl yeal estate be longing to the deceased flutery Bean. I will on the 5th day of tSieplember next, at 12 o'clock m.. at the saso door of the court house in the city of Helena, county or Lewis and t'larke, state of Montana, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for eash in hand, all that certain real estate which belonged to the said Emery Bean at the time of hise death, sitnated in the city of Hel ena in said county and state, to-wit: Lot noum lor sixty-five (85) frnting on Ewing street and in block number twenty-eight (28) of the original townsito. Also all those portions and parts of lots num bered sixty-four (84) and sixty-three (83) in said block, included in the following boundaries: Beginning on the east line of Ewing street at the sonthwest corner of lot sixty-four (84); thence along the sout.h side line of said lot one hundred and forty (140) feet more or less to the southeast corner of said ht: thence north forty-one do frees fifteen minutes east four feet; thence north fifty-four degrees thirty minutes 'west thirty nine feet; thence north forty-one degrees forty nine minutes east sixteen feet; thence north thirty-two degrees fifty-seven minutes west thirty-eight feet; thence north thirty-nine de grees thirty-seven minutes west forty-one feet; tiencu, sout r forty-one degrees forty-five minutee west twenty-two reet: thence uorth forty-eight degrees fifleen minutes west twenty-three tfeet to l'wingatreet: thence south forty-one degreec forty-five ninulesa west forty five and on-halý feept to place of beginning, together with all the lppritttnanIo'es thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining. F'.W. ELLIS, Administrator. lelena. Aug. 12, 18921. AIAS RfUMMCONS-IIn TRF DISTRICT court of the first judicial district of the mtate of Montana in and for the county of Lewis aad Clarke. Ida nderson, plaintiff, vs Alfred Anderson. iefendast, The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: Yot are hereby required to appear ann action brought againet you by the abeov named plain iffll in thediatrici court of the firrst judicial dis triet of the otate of Montana, in and for the i ounty uf Lewis and Clarke, and tosanwor the tomplawint filed therein, within ten days (ciI ou~lve of tie day of service) after the birvlce on you of this slmmons, if served within thin conutt; or, if served out of this ounty, buhot within thiediorictwithiin twenty days: otherwise within forty dop. or judgment by default will tL taken aglllnt .yin, according to the prayer of _aid comulsl I H 'The aid action is broullght to obtain a decree ticouilvivg the bonwo of matrimony existingli e twren the plaintiff and ilefendant. and t, ob lain general relief. or cause of dlivorce the plaintitf alleg'es that tihe itefuadant has treated hIr in a rracl and inhumuan manner and with ez Iremle cruelly as more folly appears in complaint ,n file herein. And you are hereby notified that ff you fell to -pprar and nower Ithe said complaint, above r, Iuirld. h t said ,laintiff will apply to the said ,court fur the relief demandled is esid cormplaint. (liven unler my hand and the seal of the dle tri,'tconrt of thuo iret judicial district of the slat, of Monlana. in end for the county of Lewis - nd ( larke, thibs yjd day of - seal ) Alugust, ii the year of our Lord. IDistrict one thousand eight hundred and ('ourt ninety-two. JOhN BLAN. Clerk By f. li TnoNeiteci, Lepituy Ulerk. W. W. Pnaure Attorney for P'lattilt. N 'I hi-ll, I'I'IiI' ('hOtIfiT OfF 't Ill: P1itS1' jodicial distrlct of the slate of Mnlrlana, In and rl. thle :liontyt of Lewis and ('lark,. In tih,? iuttcir of tli,i otale of fJlui It. ]'lile tivr, d,.c,.ai.d. Nolirof ot probitt of will. f'olr.laUl to an ordr if asid ctiltti, madn on the :1th Lday of Augiut. 1011, noticl i*i Ieriby .ivii lhat -ai uruay, the lhtth day of t4,i,leilohr lo'J. at Ill o'click a nl. ofl seil ,lay t t" , iourt ',,,o of so id (court. at ti,, coty t Iuti,. it, Ill .i"ionty if Inlwim antil (:large. fiuo btom a ltpit, d as thie time aind plai. for provingL tic w I if said John I). f'ell-tier deci aeul. tid for luariug lIte auolication of iuilda Ii.lltieir nndl Arthur A. Peilltier, fur the lisuance to Ihriii or lttiers tee tamnltllarl, whln nlld wher~ any twtlouu interest ed nlay apl-car arid conutest the ralil,. I)a.ed August 110. IfIt.I JOIIN II;,AN ('lerl: IlB H. J. (CAclti, l)etmly ('lrk. WntR, HfI'Th & WOiw.i Attornoys for PietLl tioneri. V pJ +T COST.+ ', , A LARGE STOCK OF, VHITELY AND CHAMPION MOVERS Thomas, Hollingsworth and Daisy Hay Rakes, Moline and Oliver Plows, Harows, Pu ~ ETC., ETC.-- WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE OUT THIS BRANCH OF OUR BUSINESS WITHOUT REGARD TO COST OUIGCNESS 0 a AND " " NEATNESS Are two things which ever.. body wants when he gives an order for Job Prirtirg. The Independent meets these requirements in every re spect. It has just added NEW AND FAST PRESSES NEW AND BEAUTIFUL TYPE, To its already fine plant, and is prepared to execute any order from a Circus Poster to a Wedding Card, without de lay. Work for Minin Com anlies Is a specialtv on which we pride ourselves. We are al ready doing the work for the big Companies of Montana and Idaho, but we still have room for more. Artistic Work, Low Prices, No Delay. Write us for estimates. THE jNDEPENDENT, MELLNA, MONT. I ý "-------~ I. L. ISRAEL & C., "":: WHOLESALE :::: LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Have just received a large co nm nent the following *CHAMP INESm Which will be sold at Eastern List Prices: Piper Heidsieck Champagne. Moet & Chandon (White Seal) Champagne Jules Mumm (Grand Sec.) Champagne Have a large lot of choice Old Whiskies which will be sold at less than market prices, among whioh we mention: Monarch.................. 88o Bond & Lillard.......... 1887 Hermitage ................886 Old Crow..............z886 Nelson.......... ........ 880 W. H. ]fcBrayer........ 887 J. E. Pepper ..............887 Guckenheimer..........z887 In Store, the Finest Brands of Imported Champagnes, Clarets, Rhine Wines, Sherries, Ports, Madeira, Whiskies, Cognac, Gins, Cordials, Etc. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. Just Arrived from St. Louis CARLOAD OF EXPORT PILSENER BEER Families, AttentionR FamiM. .can find the best Liquors in the city by the bottle or Gallon, at very low prioes. Orders promptly attended to and delivered to any part of the city. I. L. ISRAEL & CO., TEL6PHIONE 2I- NO. N 8SOUTH MAIN ST.