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1ACATION DAYS PAST,
Uelena Publio Schools Will Open Sfor the Fall Term of 1892 S To-morrow. This Year Some of the Classes Will Assemble in Rented Quarters. N***emty far Prompt Earollment and AttemdaTee-Taebeer for the Year rad Thb.r Abulnumenta The publie sMheole of Helena will open for the new year's work to-morrow morn ing. Several changes in the location of schools have taken place, which- it will be well for papils and parenkt to note. They are as follows: No. 7, formerly located on Park avenue, will convene in the Haw thorne building, on the west side. No. 7. Jefferson school, has been changed to the old high school room in the Central build ing. No. 5. located last year in the base ment of the Methodist church, Warren and Grand streets, has been changed to the Jef ferson building. The Hilledale sehool (Miss Teague teacher) has been moved to the Central building in the room formerly oooupied by Miss Hopper. Until a short time since it was expected that No. 8 and the high school would meet in the new high school building, but as it is still incomplete No. 8 will meet in its old quarters, while the high school will con vene for organization and instructions in the auditorium. It is confidently expected that in a very short time the new building will be so far completed as to admit of its beming occupied by these schools. Pupils are requested to observe the changes above mentioned, and report to the schools desig nated on their promotion cards, subject, of course, to the changes. The importance of entering sehool the frat of the term, says Sept. Young. cannot be too strongly urged nor can too much be said on the importance of regular attend ance. Scores of pupils leave school every year from causes which may be traced back to irregularity of attendance and its at tendant consequences. Parents are there fore urged to see that their children enter school at the earliest possible period and that having entered, no trivial causes be permitted to detain them from their classes. The following is the list of teach ers for she present school year with their assignments: High school-S. A. Merritt, principal; May Bly. Annie Friendlioh. France Mug nbae, Ida Fullerton. Hawthorne school-M. E. Harley, princi pil, No. 7; Ritta Briscoe. No. 6; Mina Enz, No. 5; Daisy Blaokisatone. No. 4; Annie Woodruff, No. 3; Fanny Cram, No, 2; Ada White. No. L Central sobhool-Alice E. Hopper, princi pia. No. 1; Laura B. 'Tealue, No. 1; Nan ne Woodman, No. 2; Lily Kleinschmidt, No. 8; Mabel B. Blackisstone, No. 4; Mary Hickman, No. 5: Minnie Allison, No. 6; Clara Avery; No. 7. Emerson school-Annie Somermier, prin oipal, No. 5; Phena Smith. No. 4; Katie Johnston, No. 3; Susie Toan, No. 2; Mrs. Carpenter, No. I. Jefferson echool-Mary C. Mathias, prin cipal, No. G; Della Barton, No. 5; Jennie Wortman, No. 4; Eva Miller, No. 3; Satie Crum, No. 1. . Bryant school-Athylia Shaffer, princi pal. Nos. 5 and 6: Bertha Kelly, No. 4; M-e. Fannie O'Bannon, N,. 3; Mrs. E. C. DeCamp, No. 2; Miss Ella Williams. No. 1. Lincoln school-M s. Alice Williams, No. 1; Miss Annette Burtch. No. 2. Sheridan school-Emma Hoover, Nos. 1 and 2. Carey school-Miss Minnie Riefearath, Nos. 1 and 2. W. E. Harsh, writing; Madam Medini, music; Elizabeth Getz, drawing. PERSONAL. It. M. Calkins. the Great Falls merchant, Is a visitor in Helena. Mrs. F. A. Fisher returned yesterday from an extensive trip to Chicago and New York. MissLottie Sorenson, her t:immer, has also returned from an eastern visit. Charles N. Whiteley, who attended the Ogden Military academy last year, left on yesterday's Northern Pacific train for Highland Pa·k, Ill.. where he will enter the Northwestern Military academy. E. L. Babcock the well known hatter, has returned from a most enjoyable tour through the Thousand Islands and the east as far as New York. While in Buttse he was accepted as the authority on campaign headgear, and Fold 41)0 hats for use at the Great Falls convention. O. R. Young and A. P. Horton, for St. Panu: 1Hattie Pope. for Madison. Wis.; W. A. Norwood, for Chicago; Mrs. M. A. Rob erts, for Minneapolis; C. N. Whitely, for Highland Park. Ill.: S. 1. Wilson. for Cin cinnati; Peter Wainright. for New York: ]L A. Thompfon, for St. Louts. and Mrs. C. Hedges, for Columbus. (llio, were among the departures via the Northern Pacific yesterday. ArrIvals at the Grand Central. W C Buske;. Helena W E Ilonw., t laal Thoaiaa Quin. Jay lero., Malet. 1 hleago (ioald .I 1;:ti.,le . Helena J ' Langlo!i. Living- .as I ierman. Minne ston atxit, (llias )unges. %1i,'koa ( a- I. Dldil. y, Marys A 1i Moulton, J-ltur- i)le ion 1\\a t.r Mathson,. llol 1. - \Vitod. i1 ,.rna ,I'a l' 1. iLbwman. East F If , oni'deon. Mitch } I . , ,tt. , .reat Falal,. ri II u l.a ,r, blor g era er i :"-"r Montn.,u tn;n a (, ty I'. 1 Law 'erse , . Living I II a: t ., it sin,- ii ..a Il ..:,-,, t,. i 1 ".'. V , .' ., - o ..o I t • , I' ... 1.. -. 1 ,. . .. - . tra for more than one ouopaet. All med ern improvement, steam heat, electrie light, return electrio bell sall system, and sunshine In every guest chamber Brussels and velvet earpets used exelusttely through out the house. Ofoe elegant bar end billiard room, cigar stand and palatial bar ber shop on first floor. DrINoInOM Ea-OPnruwD. The diningroom in this betel has been leased to and is now operated separately by the Misses Nagle, who are prepared to fur nish board. Meals 50 cents. Board $7 per week. Ticketr, twenty-one meals, $t. Glasgow lace thread, 500uyard spiool. 1o--llt best thread for crocheting-at liutcher J Ilrad ley a. Ladtes' lace wraps are being sacrificed at The Bee Hive. lie o.sure and see them. G(. A. L. For Washtangto. Round trip rate $64.50, Helena to Wash In(ton and return, via Salt Lake, Denver, Omaha or Kansas City. Tickets on sale Sept. 11 to 17 Inclusive, limited for return to Oct. 12. No change of care at Pocatello. Berths reservsd through to Chicago and the east. Union Pacific office No. 28 North Main street, Helena, Mont. H. O. WILSON. Freight and Pass. Agent. New veilings. ruehings and ribbons at The Bee Hive at bedrock prices. Now line of ladies' and children's linen and silk handaerchiefs at butcher & Bradley's. 105 Broadway. 0. A, •. aEnampment, Washington, D. C., Sept. 2O, 1898. For the above occasion the Great North ern Railway line will sell tickets from Helena to Washington and return at the low rate of $64.50. Tickets will be on sale Sept. 11 to 17 and will be good to return un til Oct. 12, 1892. For further particulars call at No. 6 North Main street. B. H. LANGLEY, General 'l icket Agent. The Ro llive will close out their entire stock of lainps at two-thirds value. A reducion of 38!4 per cent will be given on every lamp in the house, as we are determined to drop the line. Just Received. A earload of cooking and heating stoves for soft and hard coal. F. 8. LANG & Co. 'THkU MARK'ITh. F'OCKS. ncw Tots. Sept. 10.--Bar ilver. Pl'i. Copper--Quiet: weak; lake. $11.25; 11.40. Lead-Steady: domestic, $4.10@f 4.1s, Activity in Heading. Sugar and New England and some of the grangers saved the market from utter stagnation. the close was generally at small fractiens lower, fairly steady. Governments-Dull, steady. Petroloem-October closed 55%. Closing Closing U. S. 4s oupone....115 American ExDp.... 120 Pacific s..........107 Canada Pac....... '88F Atchison.......... 37 Canada SBoth..... 56 Central Pacifio.... 284 Lakawanna....... 154 Burlington........ 99 Distillers.......... 49% D. A& . ti......... 48 KiansasTexas.... 25 Northern Pacific.. 19% Lake Shore .......151 N. P prof.......... 551 Lead Trust........ 4314 Northwestern. .... 114 L'ville & Nash..... 86% New YorkCentral. 109y4 Michigan Central. 104 Oregon Nys....... 70 Oregon mp....... 20 Oreg'n Short Line. 22 Pullman Palae. ..192 Pacific Mail....... 30 BHeading........... 54% Rock Island ...... 80 Terminal.......... 8% St. Paul & Omaha 494, It. G. Western.... 32! Texas Pacifie...... 11 I(. G.W. pref...... 70 Union Pacific..... 37% B. t. W.lsts...... 78% lsrgo Exresse ....143 Bt.Paul........... 8.01 Western Union.... 97 U. S. Expres ..... 57 Money on call easy; closed offered 3; prime paper 41/46: sterling exchange, quiet, steady: sixty-day bills. S4.001'; demand, 14.b81t'. ; I'1l At,, A l'l . 'rrrAno, Sept. 10.-Cattle-lleceipte. 3,000: steady; good demand for export grades: best natives. 55.Oea3. 50; choice, $4.504,4.80; others. $2.753l 4.25: westerns, $3.00Wc4.00; Texans, 42.25e4 3.1L; ,tockers and feeders. $$L002.l5.S .lor--lPeceipts 1.500: steady: cloted weak: rotlah and cotmmon. $l1.0t5. 15; packing and shippiug. $5 25.1•t. 10: prime heavy and butchery' wwlgats, $5•4.1.5 5.55: light. Sl.10t5S.45. heep--Reeipta. 1.190: lifeless; 2it' lower tlhen Thursday; wtvthere. $126.96.36.199: mixed, ,t4.01 40 4 .~5) fat -wep. $5..7T . 4.7.1; fedl '1 tx:u.. $,It7tt 4.5; T'exans, $125044.15; westerns, 3.7564.35. ('larrAn. fept. 10.-('lose-Wheat-Firm; cash, 7lac: May, 8 M,.c. Corn--'irm; cash. 480: Map, 51%o. Oats--lday: cash. 3tte; May, 371io. Earley--to. l'orl-Easy: cash $10.00; January, $12.02'1. Short ribs--say: cash, $7.75: January, i t 22, Lard -Easy; cash, $7.321i; January. 6.2214. bhort clear- $6.00.r 05. Shoulders ---tl. V5 7.00. ALIA- SU.IMIONS--IN THE DISTRICT court of the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Agnes Behrens, plaintiff, vse. Henry Beh rens, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hero by required to appear in an actlon brought agtnust you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to an swer the complainst filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summon`, if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but within this dist:ict, within twenty days; otherwise within forty da-a, or judgment by detault will be taken against you, according to the lprayer of said complaitnt. The said action is bronght to obtain a decree of this court dimsolving the be-:. 7s of matrimony existing between you - self and this plaintiff upon the ground of wilful desertion of this plaintiff and uon the In ther , ound of habitual druuntn nsse for more than one year last past, and that tthe cuatody of the minor child be awardel to plaintiff, and for alimony. And you are hereby notified that if you fal to eltpear and answer the said con, plant. as above reiunted, the said plaintlff wi!l eptly to the court for the relief de mended in altdl cOttpl:lint. Givern ,lnder my Lhand and the seal of the district etnut f the I1 it jetidiiala deItrict ,i the state ,,t Miontan.. It eaLId or the county oif I.twis and (tarke, this lotth day of lvep lembicr. In the year of otir I.or:. one thousa I and e ght hlnd d ai:d nlt t.:-t1. • 'liN IiiAN, I lerk. It, ( O. FarE.vi ~u, I puty ('lItrk. (`. "1. Fi. I-' aire, Atltortee for slainti. \•l I " ,: 'P|I J A' IO" a T t I IT TM ' ' -. .nce wh th i Io. vn o, -. , ,, . , . , , - ~. . ., . .. -t I , , GOMMENGING AUGUST 12 WE OFFER i.0(,)()() Cii;lrs ,t1 (c nsil( l ayd Rc1lu1 C(U l CCriccs. .. T'OT 2. TOPPEN EIER & SCH + + +.. OPPENHEIMER & ti SCH 4+ + CITY ROUTE Passengers for the East from .elena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE vie SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City, the only Corp .Fwlace City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufaoc turing city, that has become a "world within itself," and Chicago, whose, growth and enterprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pull man Palace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chi. cago, and with a close connection with the Union Pacific trains at Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R respectfully presents its claims fca the new and every way desirably SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further partici) .ars call upon local ticket agent, q address the undersigned at Mae Ohester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, A.mt. General Passenger Agent. TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & 0. R. R. "The North-Western Line." This is the only line making connection with the GRICAT NORTHERN RAILWAY at St. Paul every day in the year for Chicago and the East. VIA OREAT NORTHOERN. Leave Butte............. :4..... .. .. 1:45 a nr Leave Helen ....... ................. 10: a m Leave Great Falls ....2:............. . 5 p m Arrive Minot.................... ....... 10:50 a m Arrive trand Forks ................... 1:20 pm Arrive St. Paul ........................ :55 a m VIA NORTHTCUN PACIr-'. Leave ntte ................ . 12:25 p to 9:25 p m Leave Ilena .............. 1:10 p i 10:85 p m Leave Bozeman............. :10 p t 2:25 p m Arrive St. Paul ............. 12:15 p m :20 p m VIA NORTHWESTERN 1I1N5. Leave St. Paul..... 7:5b a ni 5:1 p m T:05 p m Arrive Milwaukee.. 7:55 5 m 7:25 a to 7:25 a m Arrive Chicago..... 0:85 p m 8:00 a m 9:80 am "'The North-Western Line" is the shortest line in both distance and time to Chicago. For map folder of line address T. W. TEABDALE, General Passenger Agent. St. Paul. QUICI NESS " a AMID " " NEATNESS Are two things which every 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 ompanies Is a specialty 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. W '5it ,' ,r et:mirn;l'.s. ·THE NDEPENDENT, - I I.11. J . INI Pacific Rolling Mill Co., MANUFACTURERS OF CAST STEEL CASTINGS ANID STEEL FORGINGS Up to 020,000 Pounds Weight. True to pattern and superior in strength, toughness and durability to Cast or Wrought Iron in any position or for any service. Gearings, Shoes, Dies, Cams, Tappets, Piston-Heals, Railroad and Machinery Castings of Every Description. Also HOMOGENEOUS STEEL, so DUCTILE Also Steel Rods, from / to three inch diameter and Flats from I to 8 inch. Angles, Tees, Channels and other shape Steel Wagon, Buggy and Truck Tires, Plow Steel; Machinery and Special Shape Steel to size and lengths. Steel Rails from 12 to 45 pounds per yard. Also Railroad and Merchant Iron, Rolled Beams, Angle, Channel and T iron, Bridge and Machine Bolts, Lag Screws, Nuts, Washers, Ship and Boat Spikes; Steamboat Shafts, Cranks, Pistons, Connecting Rods, etc. Car and Locomotive Axles and Frames, and Iron Forgings of all kinds. Iron and Steel Bridge and Roof Work a specialty. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON AND STEEL. Orders receive prompt attention. Send for Catalogues. Address PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO., 202 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. -I INFORMATION. Remember this: The greatest line of railway operating between St. Paul or Minneapolis and Milwau kee and Chicago is the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. It owns and operates, under one management, 6,100 miles of track. Every day this road starts FOUR handsome, elegantly equipped pas senger trains from the Twin Cities that run through to Milwaukee and Chicago without change of cars of any class. TWO trains daily to St. Louis and Karjsas City. The train service and general equip ment of "THE MILWAUKEE" is not surpassed by any railway in America. It runs the famous and only electric-lighted vestibuled lim. ited train to Chicago daily--con siciered the finest regular train in this country. It is the Offical Government Fast Mail line. If you are going to Chi cago, Milwaukee, or any point' east, or south, or to St. Louis or Kansas City, cut this out: Leave St. Paul B 7:32 a. m., arrive at Chicage 1:Oi. alu ev,'entng. Leave Lt Paul A 2:45 p. m., arrive at Chicage ti:tf ne.t moruning. Leave $t. Paul A 36:!2 p m., arrive at Chicago 7:0 nrxt morni~ig. Leav tt 'aul A *:t, p. m , arrive at Chicage 4:,0 next murn ug Leave St. I aul A 915, a m.., arrive at Bt. Louis 7:3) neet orniog. Leav 1ii. Pal(' u ;:1 p. n., arrive at It. Louis c: 17 next evuninu. Leave St. Paul :I 5is a. mi., arrive at Kamsa. Sity 7:00 nelt n,r'ning. Leave St. aul (' 7.15 p. m.. arrive at Kansas City 6:f Ilext evening. A Daily. 1 Except Sualay. (' Ezcept Saturday. Palace sleepers on night trains. P.,rlor ciaur i-ars on day trains. Dininc r ar service sipernl. Trains lea.ve t:rom St. Paul Union D p,:t. No trd:r:s. 1or i<iwrnitrateS tlaill prlt:, tII Un;it'wl iS to:.s anti C:'uin:lt apply to any i.: klet iqlr-n or add:·..: 1. 1 ( ONLFY, A--:: -t:Ian (;ti, . f .' A ,t., S I;,'i Main. STUDT LAW AT HOMI1. TAif A or.lve I1 TW eprolals trroeswedes** f ( g or t l t e ml ., O.lner. Jr., ac'l. ,e. as haliee Ileekwr *Det0ur. MSIa ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET. I NEW MUSIC HOUSE., WALL PAPEr AND uarse irlishln Gols Io . sao, o ans, OrOguettes, Guitars. Violins, Accurdions, Hlontu calgd = ti farma capacity. AND A FELL !1J5I O' Five tmI ou s . i.t. .din g. hroasl . . M S . . . . nf blck. 0001 astadin, tho. MUSICAL iE. lIIANDISE. A stook grtar thIan that ON .l ther Helena sob a. .e tI.r way & Boh. t'uh p brcaly. and atciht carload hip- an .poke t .uas. Er Ints aly. Lm Ordera will reiw prompt attention. 9W'a priae adi .say terms SBHELENA. * LcO'NT ANAi. Lac atdr~l.yd ANlHOOD RESTOR~~lle kN--ed Laakda aD tttmin. mmdd kct t . .f iý - ted gaa~ltntee tocuore all nprrr~p4 di~earl=. RW'! a Weak ý edlT. l i~ it Lw of orrs B Pow r. Beadele.R betr Ir one nr loud 1'[lis TýMiI . ýietaeaa . P.ý'I U Dreaaa.f aL o p..weeon the Genermacte trVrimtt in eltbi ree caused by..aeremee. lion, yonthfpt error. or rrw~tl i of n t .f tor . opum owstda. lanta whleb rnn led t Intermit,. CumaphopSnoand nwaile- Pat pprtflneenlien tc,,ea, In rci pjeki Sfent by ita iin plain paikage ',:n adrdyr.1.. t.,e5l. era rc . S $With its Cder se Smoe a written rn.rrlte t" tare or refaed theawie. FOr galeD AITB UelNa. oHl'Am K PoEE. AddConnor.se I frnggada .'O-. Bala ack For Sale is Helena. Montasa b Pops A ('Connor. I~rngi~t* Bailoy Block SHERIFF'S SAAL' - DUNCA S t UNTFft Splaintiff v. tlnjami•r W. S. Folk and Mary Under and by virtue of an ord1r of sale ad lIcree of foreclotnr., and sate ianod cnot of thi dietrict court of the First judicial district of t b 'tate of Merntann in and fnr the county or Lewis and 'larke. on the .'2i day of Ausut t.. D.1. D. In the above eotitled a.tion. whaerei DcmanI Hloter, the ahov namned pllatoiff. obtained indgmet. and dcIroe of foreioreoro and als against tnjami W PI . Folk end Mar otiL. rlefeadant. on tbhe Dd day of Aougs. A. D. itW:. for the sm of $.t.l beide intoreit. cote and attorMny fee., which eaid dre, wou on the-2W' day aof ulost. A I.. )M. recorded is tudgment k~ok Ito If of said court at pier Ian, coutmsanod to sell all thore cgrItam lots. pien. or proels of laW., siuate. tlng Ga t 1. tran In the cotuty ouf rlwi and cla rke. Sttei ,if Moutaua. and bounded aLdeeus'rit.ed as folowe. tou wit. Iota fourteen It,. fifteen (IS. and itteea 16t In block oentb"r 0se hundred antd ct iltoO of the Mine adstrton to ti- sit, of Heeion, a. a. ' oot. and b .ok are imteriedl deoutaat.t ' tt ,teroribd utint the soaloiler at ga ritl addit,'. n ntile on the oUee of the .tout t :rck and rr cordtr of I owle and t'lkrkr eoraty. M atate Itigither with lU ard sunsoular the traeman.s. hereditainm.t and ap,.teireuaa. t herealte i .. Ittogio vie i. cry wit.e a1pertauinintg. fillictr aitior Il hevctr qt.u tnar on W'tnee day. the 11th tde of twpl.imtre.. A I. 1I... as It o.t' rk. m of tht day, at tIhe front d.t r ",! thn uour hioter Iltras IrMwi* ant I acrk.. i.. a ky. M..ntaera. I etll in 'di*rnra d t I .r .I "aeo antl *letrre of feeeelt.,rv ant, ,ir. ".e l teal o.vo d"arocb.d I,roir r ..° e,, mo, hI there of as y e o agherierer t.. et .'y es,td tiec r *r. wit. tittetel wat " int.t. a tthe Igahei senl bt b.dder for ,asl, ts hand. i,lveu unl ,lr m u ha tn Iealdaer if Arset. t. A. IP.. -v:. t IIAr I.rA M. JI.PPI IIt. rt*, A. fl Ituat ra it. .Ionae.... I uisru IStetsd. THE GOtES. Political, Penal, Civil, Civil Procedure $ lc FPER Sale T. $10 PER SEAT.