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LESURE IN THE VALLE
S ost Delightful Repeptton Give on Wedpesday Afternoon by Mrs. J. U. Sanders. Though Politios Rairo There Xs Still Time to Dance the German. Daselag Party Given by Mrs, Lots In Boner of Miss Holt, of Chicago Soclety Notes. The reception on Monday, given by Mrs. James U. Sanders at her home in the valley, was decidedly the event of the week. The house was transformed into an autumn seene, and was picturesque in the extreme. The veranda was enelosed and presented quite an oriental appearance, beside afford ing an additional room and cozy nook for tet-a-tete. It was carpeted with Persian reas and filled with comfortable sofas and luxurious chairs and lighted with innuamera. ble Chinese lanterns. Indoors the stair way was interlaced with vines and moss covered branehes with the brilliant autumn coloring of rich red and yellow leaves. In the drawing room a heavy- frieze of wild clematis, with ite fluffy, feathery seed pods, mingled with vines, heavy with red berries, made a handsome desoration, while beauti ful jars of scarlet poppies and gorgeous astors and thrysanthemums vied with stately dahlias in radiance of color. The dining room was rural, rustic and artistie. A tall dado of corn stalks with their yellow and green leaves and waving tassels made a most entioing picture with these colors repeated in delicate flowers upon the table and sideboard. Inviting refr ehments kept the ladies long gosciping over their soffee and tea. Mrs. Sanders was aseisted in receiving her guests by Mr. W. F. Sanders. Miss Sanders. Miss Rumley, Mrs. A. O. Botkin and Mrs. W. H. DeWitt. Mrs. Sanders wore a gown of corn colored silk trimmed in point lace with flounce of same around the skirt. Mrs. W. . Sanders, a dress of terra cotta silk, under black chiffon embroidered in colors. Miss Sanders, a brilliant toilet of cameo pink silk with front of whith brooade wrought in Silver thread. Miss Rnmley wore gray henrietta cloth trimmed in point-de.gene lane, corsage beuquet of yellow asters. Mrs. De Witt, a costume of black lace ever black silk, waist brocaded in color. Mrs. Botkin, handsome gown of pale heliotrope moire trimmed in point duebease lace, corsage bouquet of pink chrysanthe Miss Franklin, silver blue erepp, eecol lete. trimmed in white chiffon. Those present were: Mesdames Clements, Cox, lt. B. Smith, Harrison, Murta, Mo Donald, Harwood, E. W. Knight, Nichol son, Hill, Cullen, Tooker, Clayberg, Hew ins. Chessman, Cortin, Snow, M. A. Mo. Connell, Potts, 'I racy, Gunn, Muth, Davis, Gaines, J. Morris, Craven, It, E. Fisk, Hard, Boos, N. J. McConnell, Bryan, Cum mine, Carson, Cope. Olacker. Kleiuachmidt, Miller, Babcock, Sterling, Hare, Wm. Steele, H. Cannon, Brown, Curtl i, Cory, Marshall, Chadwick, HIolter, Kennett, Woodman, Howell, Snell, Swigett, Harris, Floyd-Jones, Blake, Adklnsen, Ca:penter, Webster. Paynter, Crounse, Kellogg, Bach, Child, Travis, 'Iracy, Osterhant; Misses Turnley and GOthrie. It was thought that the summer dancing had ended with the last Summit club party and that the devotees of the social world would have to content themselves with basking in the memories of past glories, but society rrvived and looked less mournful when the cards for Mrs. J. U. Standore' german were re ceived. Although the equinoxtial storm hovered round, and the clouds gath ered. and rain fell, it did not in the least damp the ardor of the gay young crowd of dancers who as.rembled at Mrs Sanders' bidding. Mr. Metten led the german most acceptably and impartially in true rover (not lover) style. Not a girl, escaped his watchful eye, and for each figure he had a new partner, and when seen last at two o'clock Thursday morning he was waltzing on as fresh as ever, and it is believed, he is dancing still. lie was bedecked with favors, red hearts predominating, while full half the young men had a tiny blue glove rest ing lightly on their coat lapels. The ger man revealed the fact that a goodly num ber of society men are out of town. There Is consternation among the young ladies at the phenomenal interest a favorite young society man is showing in politics. The political campaiun has began, and he is evincing a decided talent in that direction, a rich heritage from an eminent political rarent. llis absence from all society events. even a german, is a dangerous sign and the maidens fair shake their heads ominously and wonddr if politics possess uaperior charms for him. It is certain that the republican party threatens to make a utptesman of him, and if he displaas half the skill in making law as, it is whispered, he has in making love, he will save the party to which he has sworn allegiance. 'I hose present in the evening we;e: Misses Hill, Wade, Phillips, tRyan, Hoit. Rumley, Franklin, Davenport, Langley, E. Blaine, Kelley, Marshall. Sharps, Moran, Lehman, Moran, Gordon, Klemrnchnaidt, Wilcox, Woodman, 'league; Messrs. Ferguson, Sharpe, Metten, Sterling, W. Carpenter, C(hild, Chas. Sandrs, Ilirsbchfeldt, Gibbs, King, Ryan, N. Holter. E. IHolte:r, P osr, Kelh y, Thornburgh, Palmer, L. b·anders, W. Banders and Teague. A very lovely dancing party was given on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. L. O. F. Lotz, on Monroe avenue, in honor of her nicee, Miss Hiolt, of Chicago. The on tire lower floor of this pretty home was thrown oven andn canvassed for dancing. The veranda wes enclosed and also can vassed, so that there was an abundance of room, beside, atfording an oplportlunity for conversations of a st ictly peroaont nature. 'Ihe parlors were enhanced witla floral dee orations, tpotted plants and howls of out flowers occupying all the available nooks. The party was an informal one and. there fore, alithemoredelightfuL Refreshments were served in the veranda. Mrs. Loti wore an exquisite gown of dark blue faille, trimmed in poist ducheese lace, her ornaments being beautiful corals. Miss Holt looked charming in a dainty gown of white India silk, round neck, sleeves and bertha of white chilfon. She carried a bonquet of La France roses. Mise Davenport, pale creen silk, trimmed in lace anld ribbons, v-neck, short patfed sleeves, Wattesau bow. Miss Corwmn. ,ink crepe over satlli, round neck, short puffed sleeves, trimmings of ribbon. Miss Ella BlaIlne, cream crepe with trim mings of bchiton and ribbon, round neck, elbow sleeves. Miss Wade. white India figured silk, v-neck, elbow sleeves, white roses. Miss Shanrre, pretty gown of black slaes over satin emnbroidered in gold, round neck, bouquets of jacquluminot rose. Mslea Cullen. white crepe trimmed in rib bone, decollite, ornamentse of pearls. Mrs. Marshall, old rose velvet trimmed in black ChObsntilly lace, diamonds, Mrs. Maurtas, tan-colored crystal silk, trimmed in grrsen velvet and passemen terie. Miss Gordon, lavender csshmere trimmed in chifIon, pink orarnatlols. Miss McCounnell, red orepe over satin, v-neck, short sleeves, gloves and shoes to matelh costumse. Miss Marshall, black lace over satin trmmned in cherry ribbons. v-neck, elbow sleevee. Miss RyIan, gown of white India silk trimmed in ribbons and lace, bouquet of pink roses. Mre. John Luke, white fliured India silk trimmed in laosoe and rllabons, roses. Miss Kelley, gown of black lace, edged about the nook with 1orn lowers, wide blue sah, blasts i bhair. Mis Natn Marshall black laoe yellow ribbons, Mareohal Neil roses. The gentlemen present wores Messrs. Sharpe, Mo mas vtg , b. oltter, George Ohild, ]f' Proesr. H. Davle, Car penter, ett6oen, ing and Lions.t Paten. Mr. sad Mrs. N, H. Kleoluobmidt gave i sharming progrevslvo "hearts" party on Tuesday evening, in honor of the Missne Feldman and Man, of ban Francisoo. The parlors were prettily decorated in purple and pink aeters and purple pansiee. On ontering the parlor, easo gentleman was presented with a boeutonniere, to whisk was fastened a little folded slip of paper containing the name of his prospective partner for the evening. The ladies were made the fortanate reclpients of sorngeo bouquets of pink carnations. After as in terenting and exciting game of about eis een hands, refreshments were served, and a little later in the evening the names of the successful ones were announced. Miss Kathryn Sims carried off the head prize, a pretty silver souvenir sppon. Mr. Stever won the gentlemen's p ize, a dainty silver necktie holder. Mr. Bunnell and Miss Feldman were consoled with a will o' the wisp lantern and a pathetic looking Japan ese doll. Those present were: MeIdames Lockwood and Hudnall- the Misses Jen nings, Moran, Man, Feldman, Kuphal, Moran Sims, K. ims, Lehman and Rob erts; Messrs. Lhomaker, Puroell. Btever, Meolenzie, Fox, Bunnell. Head. Gardiner, Clyde and Hadnall, Miss Bertha Kleinsehmidt gave a dancing party to a number of her young friends on Wednesday evening. The rugs were re moved from the polished doors and made dsnoing particalarly enjoyable. The music was furnished by Mesers. Vollert and Weber. Refreshments were served about 10 o'olock consisting of salads and itos. Among those present were: Mrs. Barolay; Misses Altha Child, Grace Cullen, May Word, Hebe Ashby, Bessie and Nellie Blake, Annie Brooke, Virginia Atchison, Fanny Davies, May Pope, Maud Piatt; Messrs. Harry Yaeger, C. O. Broadwater, Witmer. Loeb, Cullen, Brooke, Bowdin, Botkin, Wallace, Atchison, Barolay, Freisehlag and others. On Tuesday evening Walter King gave a box party to Miss Davenport. her friend Miss Walther and Miss Roberts. Miss Walther was becomingly attired in white brocade, square neck, short sleeves, trim mings of penrl passementerie; Miss Daven port, pale pink crepe over satin, decollete and elevelees; Miss Roberts, pale grey and black striped silk, trimmed in point de gsne laes. The gentlemen present wore the oesrs. King, Thornburgh and Dr. Bar bour. Personal and General. A. L. Marshman spent last week in Butte. A. L. Babcock, of Billings, was in the oity last week. W. H. Clarke went to St. Paul on business on Monday. H. Nicholson left yesterday via the Union Pacifc for Chicago. L. H. Hershfield has gone to Chicago on a flying business trio. H. 0. Yaeger returned from a short fish ing trip on Saturday. John S. M. Neill has gone for a visit of some time to the Judith. Mrs. Peter Larson left on Monday for a visit to the Pacific coast. C. M. C; utchfield, of Missoula, was a visitor in liotena last week. John It. Bliles left on 'Thursday for a visit to his home in Rockport, Ind. tR. A. Lake returned Wednesday from a week's visit in eastern Montana. Will Craig spent the greater part of the past week in Butte and Anaconda. Col. F. M. Malone, of Miles City, spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Helena. Miss Mary Moore has returned and is now the guest of her aunt, Miss Turnley. The amateur orchestra had a meeting at Miss Jurgens' on Wednesday evening. Miss Lalla Brooke went to Kansas City on Monday, where she will visit friends. J. Ii. Hanueford. Reneral traffic manager of the Northern Pacific, was in town last week. H. I. Jacquemin left on Monday for a trip through the east and British Co lumbin. Carler F. Rector left on Wednesday for Ann Aribor, Mich., where he goes to attend the university. L. Ileitman and family, of White Snl phur. spent last week in the city as guests of The Helena. Chas. Marne and wife, of White Sulphur iSprings, were guests at The Helena a few days last week. C. F. Draper, who has been spendinmg the summer in Washington, D. C., returned bome last week. Mrs. James Ryan returned last week from Manhattanville, where she went to put her daughter to school. Miss Walther, who has been the guest of Miss Davenport for several days, returned home on Thursday. Mrs. Canninfham, of the Journal, re turned on Wednesday from a visit through the Yellowatone park. Mrs. and Miss Barnett. Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. James Mack returned yesterday from Great Falls and vicinity. M.s. W. E. Callen, accompanied by her son and daughter. Ernest and Gaoce, left on 'thaesday for Washington, D. C. Mrs. IH. C. Arnold returned from the east last Wednera:la. accompaniedby her sister, Mine Anna H. Durrie, of Madison, Wis. Ed Clarke, connected with the RIocky Mountain Husbandmau, was in the city a few days last week en route for Missoula. Mrs. M. P. Davies and Mise Fry, who are vieiting M*, It. G. Davies, will leave here ,eriv in October for their home in the south. Mrs. P. H. Hower is at home once more after a trip through the state in the inter eat of the womans' department of the World's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Fred 8terling ore expected homenext Wednesday, and will be the guests of Mrs. F. P. Sterling, of Fifth ave nue, until Nor. 1. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kakas, who hare been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Child the past month, left on Thursday for their home in Boston. Geo. S. Gaddis, of OCuster county, who was in the oity last week, returned home on Thursday with his bride. nee Regina BJurke, to his home near Miles City. Miss Ions Crutchileld, of Virginia, who tas otenu vieitiil Mise M 0cConnell for the past month, loft last wook for Miseonula, where sie gorre to visit her brother. M. H. Bryan, C. S. Getchell. J. E. O'Con nor and Willie Pope, left 'l'uesday for the St. irgie oounlr. to hunt and fish. They return d Saturday, having hunted and fished. 'The ladies of St. J'eter's guild gave a pio nlc to the ohir hbosve of the Episcopal lha al onl the 17th. Thie arty went out to the Gate of thie Mountains and had a de lightful time. ]ile. Hl. L. Hall and her mother, Mrs. Rate Scott, departed via the Union Pacifico MIonda. or Seattle. Mrs. Scott anticipates making her home with her daughter in Se attia. Her many friends will regret to hear of her deparature. 'The North Star society will give a social dance at College hall Tuesday evening, Oct. 11. V'otes will be taken for the most popu lar SBandinavin lady and gentleman in Helens. Tickets may be procured from any of the menmbers. C. .1. Williams, former superintendent of the lIelna Gdus company, and who has been in the east for a year and a half,returned to Helena last week to take up his former iosition. His many friaends will be pleased to welcome him back. T'he entertainment tgiven by the Central Presbyterian church for the benefit of the Howell f amily was very largely attended, 'The programme was well selected, and sole of the ,numbers were particularly uine. Those who had the management of the affair are to be congratulated on their nuoues. Miss Lena Collins entertained a nnmber of he little friends yesterday at the resi dence of her parents in Kenwood, the ocen sion being her eleventh birthday., From three to Ave the la4e add lase eon.so* themnelves phylag vare ou ainesa .Il -pat ereemlimate weoe eoved, and all present wromoneed the aelr a ameo.es. Mr. and Mrs. EBnel and d hters, of a!rs POho n 41.4 wore t wo . longed to the party of bankers who bave, bee. traveling through the west i g ipemli train, but who did not atop In neliam, me -nticpate4, owing to the reports of oholera * the p wh a esaseld Ithm to eat thasar ls hort, Mr. mad Mrs. Eneltr left eom onday to join their party at Liv ingston. Satirday Mrs. W. I. Davies, of Lake Hall plantation, Arkansas, who is vieating her one, Mesers. . G. and Harplin Davies, gave a most delightful plunge party to her children, Miss Fannie and Masters Gibbs. Harpin and Charlie Davies. The young people, after sporting in the waters of the Broadwater natatorium, drove to the reel denee of Mr. it. G. Davien, where a delicilous reurt awaited them. Thou present wors Mis Annie Burke, Bertha Klelunsehmidt, Ella Kleiseohmidt, Helen Kelley· r laa Bullard, Butler, Orane, Sondan and Wilonu Mesrrs. Rinald and Harry Kleinsahmidt and Charlie Wilson. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. The Roberts lode, Scratch Gravel district, has been located by the Golden Crown Min ing compaqy. The regular meeting of the home board will take place Monday at 10:80 a. m. at Mrs. Hilman's, Breckenridge street. A total registration in Helena up to lat. night was 1,285. Of this number there were 485 in the first and 800 in the second. N. P. Nelson has sold to H. W. King the esw3 nee sw4K and the nwK ne34 sw3ý, sec tion 10, township 15, north of range 8 west, for $800. Geo. Howe and Matt Jahr have made a strike in the Miama mine, located about six miles north from Rimini. The vein Is two feet wide and rnnas 100 onaces and ever in silver and geld. The regular meeting of the Women's Columbian assoeiation of Lewis and Clarke county will be held Monday after noon, Sept. 26, at three o'clock, in the new Board of Trade rooms, Gold block. There will be a maes meeting this after noon at four o'elock, in the Broadway Methodist church in the interest of the Montana auxiliary of the American Bible society. All are cordially invited to at tend. One hundred and forty acres of placer ground in the Ten Mile district have been located by John and Thomau Kain, and twenty acres in sections 9and 10. township 15; north of range 3 west, by James Gra ham. Garnet Camp No. 105. Woodmen of the World, will give a grand ball at Electric hall on the evening of Friday, Oct. 14. This will be the first ball given by Garnet cam;, and no pains will be spared to make it a most pleasant occasion. The singing society of the Helena Turn verein will give a grand concert at Turner hall, Sunday evening, Oct. 2. A well trained chorus of twenty-five voices will render some choice selections, and a mosat enjoyable evening is promised. The members of the Loyal Temperance Legion will bear in mind that the meetings will be resumed in the A. O. U. W. room on Monday next at four o'clock. All boys and girls are invited to come. The day of meeting is chanued from Friday to Monday. Official programmes of the order of exer ises to be observed on Columbus Day, Oct. 21, will be furnished county superin tendents of schools, on application to State Superintendent of Public Instruction Gan non. The number of programmes needed should be given. Rev. Anderson, the Swedish Moody, and Rev. lijorklund, the i:wedish Sankey, will hold a meeting on Wednesday night at eight o'clock the 28th, in the First Evan gelical Scandinavian church, corner of Hoback street and Butte avenue. All Scandinavians invited. "Peaceful Valley" posters have suaceeded all others on the Helena bill boards. The genial face of Sol Smith tussell looks down on passers by from all the corners, and the kindly man and good actor will receive a royal reception next '1 hurday and Friday evenings at the opera house. THl'/E CHURCHES. First Baptist church, Eighth avenue and Warren street-Preaching morning and evening by Rev. C. B. Allen, Jr., pastor. St. Peter's Episcopal-The rector will officiate at the morning services and Bishop Brewer in the evening at 7:30. Oakes street Methodist Episcopal church -P. C. Hetzler. of Oregon, will preach at 11 a. m., and Rev. F. E. Brush, P. E., at 7:30 p. m. Grand Street M. E. church south-Usual services to-day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching by Pastor Rl. H. Shaeffer. Sun day school at 10 o'clock. Rev. Ylvisake will conduct divine ser vices mn the Scandinavian Lutheran church this evening at eight o'clock. All Scandi navians earnestly invited. German Methodist, tloback and Prospect avenue-Service at 11 a. m. and eight p. inm. Farewell service. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Everyone is cordially invited. E. Uhl, pastor. Unitarian Services, G. A. R. hall-Mr. Crooker will preach at11 . m. on "the Obstaeles in the Way of Utopia," and at 7:30 p. m. on "The Relation of 'cience to Religion." Sunday school at 12:15 p. m. German Lutheran-To-day the Eternity will be held. Services at 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. inm. The ladies have decorated the church, and the choir will render some choice selections. Rev. F. Fuerat, pastor. Central Presbyterian church, Helena av enue-Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 8 p m. Y. P. 8. C. E. at 7 pI. m. Sunday school, 230 p. m. Pcayer meeting Wednesday: evening at 8 o'clook. All are cordially in vited. F. W. Pool, paster, Congregational, Benton avenue and Spencer street, Rltev. F. D. Kelsey, So. D., pasto:-Preuahing at 11 5. m. at eight p. m. by the pastor. Bible class and Sunday aoool immediately at the close of the ser vice. A cordial welcome awaits all who come. First Evangelist Scandinarian church, Rev. Ii. Lindeman, pastor, corner Hoback street and Butte avenne-Regular services are held every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. an.. Sanday school at 12:15 p. m., evening ser vice at eight o'clock, and Thursday evening at eight o'clock. All 8uandinavians are in vited. St. Paul's M. E. church, Broadway Rev. F. E. Brush will preach at 11 a. m., and admirniste the esoacrament of the Lord's suiper. At 7:30 p. m. a union meeting will be held in the interest of the American Bible society, at which addresses will be de livered by Rev. Mr. Hetiler, Rev. M. Moore and others. Epworth league meeting at 6:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to these services. Full line of nuseful houstctold gouds on the bar gain counters at The lie Alive. Commie,.lsal work wltll dispatch at the lndepeodent Job Itc..r.u. INSPECTING Tll.E RIOAD. President Oakesa Makliig t ls Annual Tour of the Northern l'sellte. President Oakes, of the Northern Pacific road, accompanied by General Manager Mellen and N. C. Thrall, arrived in Helona yesterday in the president's private car. 'resident Oakes is on his regular tour over the road prior to the meeting of the board of directors. The party visited the National park and yesterday lunspected the new smelter at Boulder. To-day they will leave for tihe west and will atop at all the prin oital towns between Helena and P'ortland, visiting Butte on the return trip. The in spection of the road ia made by daylight, stops being made every night. the gentle. nomen were at the Monsnueulub last evening. President Oakes while in town was the gouet of ex-Gov,. 1auser. Ladiar will do well to rcsrvro their onrdere for Irc gids of evrey tlnatileeiiinUr ou(r Iilr grand |ietlin rrf e ho hi Icela liU tho eire w arid tlrlrlr m.liounsrquartler t'onpllete line of dry anode, sverythinh new anl fresh, thie latbeI lattrns arid lus tonm pricres a i iib their watchlword. I ieir removal takves plaes ticet. 1. Everythiiig Bl tlie lille oef ,)b plrlatinig at the £ndependent uJob uums. The New York Dry Goods Store FOR h JUTU7N Jackets, Newmarkets and Capes, The display of Fall and Winter Wraps is unparalleled in the history of the New York Store. Garments representing the peculiar costumes as worn by all nations and climes are to be seen. Strict and prompt attention will be given to out of town orders. SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK " 0 * " IN • S 0 Ladies' Fine Ribbed Vests and Drawers. The Ladies' Underwear placed on special sale this wbek is, without doubt, the biggest bargain of the season. We but ask you to make an examination. All are a soft, elegant quality, full finish and shaped. PRIGE, $2. GOMPLETE SUIT. NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE. iHELENA, MONTANA. HARVARD UNIVERSITY, lawrence Scientific School, Deoirtmiont of En inoorifl The Department of Engineering of this School has recently been re organized. Considerable additions have been made to its curriculum and its force of teachers. The in struction is now under the charge of Prof. Wm. H. Burr. The Lawrence Scientific School, along with Harvard College and the Graduate School, is now under the control of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of the University. This school offers also courses in Electrical Engineering, Chemistry, Geology, Biology and in Anatomy, Physiology and Physical Training. The fee for each course is $150 i year. The first term begins on Sept. 29. For programme of studies and other information concerning the school apply to N. S. SHALER, Dean, Cambridge, Mass. OFFICE OF THE WOODRUFF MINING Scompany. Helena, Mont., eapt. 16. 1892. Notioe is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of trustees of said company held on this date an an sessment of three eighths of one mill per share was levied upon the capital stook of said company, payable October 17. 1892, to John W. Luke, treasurer, at the Helena National bank. Any stooeak upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the 17th of October, 1892 shall be deemed delinquent and will be duly advertised for sale at public auo tion and unless payment shall be made be fore will be sold on the let day of Novem her, 1892, to pay the delinquent assessment together with the costs of advertising and the expenses of the qale. Jao. W. EDDY, Seo'y., Gold Block. (~TOCKHOLDEIIS' MEETING - THE 3~ annual mcotinr' of the stockholders of the Bourbon Minumn company will be hold at the office of the Heolena and Livinuaton Smelting and lieduction company, lieleua, Mont., on 'Tuesdy., Oct. 4, 1892, at 2:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a board of trustees for the ensuing year, and the transaction of auch other business as may properly come before it. 0. It. AIlEN, Secretary. Helena, Mont., e0pt. 2r, 151)2. S TOCKHOLI)ElfS' MEETING - THE 3 annual meeting of the stockholders of the Helena Mining and Reduction com pany will be held at the otice of the Helena and Livingston lnmelting and Reduction company, lielena, Mont., on Tuesday. Cot. 4, 1892, at 11 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of electing a board of trustees for the en suing year, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come be fore it. O. It. ALIlEN. Secretary. Helena, Mont., Sept. 25, 189L2 NOTICE TO 8TOCKHOIDEHt8. THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the Stedman Foundry and Machine com pany for the election of trustees and traus oating each other business as may come be. fore the meeting, will be held at the office of the Montana National bank. Helena, Mont., on Thateday, Oct. ith, at four o'olook . am. E. IIANSOME, Helena, Sept. 26, 1892. Bee'y, PROFESSIONAL CARDa. CRUTCHEII & GARLAND. (T. E. Crutcher. I. C. Garland.) Attorneys at Law, Rooms 7 and 8, Bailey Block. Mining, corporation and real estate law spe cialtier. Will practice in all the elate courts, in the United rtates supreme court,. and before all the department, in Washington C'ty, in connec tion with the ilst. A. Ii. Garland, late attorney 'teneral Attorney at Law. Money to loan on improved city and farm property. BAHBURN IL BARBOUL. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple. Helena, Montana, MASSENA BULLARD. Attorney and Councllor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the State. Oflice in hold Block, Hlelens, Mont. SIZER & KEERL. Civil and Mining Ensineers. U. S. Deputy Mineral surveyors Mineral pea nt esecuroed. ooms 12 and li, Atlas Bu!'.,r eleIena. Montana. DR M. M.OCKMAN. I'hyoician, B. rgeon, Acroucher. Oculist, Anrist. Mdember, of San Francisco Mdtiral t ociety, also Nevada btlate Madical Society. tfttice ou Main street, over Steinmetz Jewelry Store. DR. D. L. CAIIMIC1IAEKI. Diseases of Wom,'u and Children Special Attention. Helena, Montana. DR W. M. BULLARD. Otfice: First National Eank Building Telelhone No. 1118. N OTICE OF EXPI'lAl iON OF TIME for registration. Notice is hereby given, that the time for the registration of the names of the quali fled electors in Election district No. 2,-in the county of Loetis and ('larkh. and state of Montanl, prior to the genelal election. to be held on Tuesday, the 8th day of No vember, 1892, for the said county of Lewis and Clarke, will expire at 10t o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. 1). 18t12. Thu names of the several precincts or polling pIices embraced in said Election district No. 2 are io follows: Precincts 3, 4. 7. 8, 11, 12, 1ti. 14. 28 and 29", itn the county of Lewis rand Clarke. JACOB)I LO Ei. Registry agent election dietrict No. 2, Lewis and Clarke County, Montaua. N OTICIE (F EXIIRATIOt)N OF TIME for registratilot--Notice is herobv given that the time for the registration tof he nameos of the qualified electors in elec tion district No. 4, In the county of Lewis and Clarke and state of Montana, prior to the general election, to be held on Tues day, the eighth clay of November. 1892, for the said county of Lewis and Clarke, will expire at ten o'clock p. m. on the fliteenth day of October, A. 1). 1892. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election dis triot No. 4 are as follows: East Helena, French Bar and Spokanes H. H. CLARK, Registry Agent, Election District No. 4, Lewis and Clarke County, Montana. S'1'RAY NOTICE--BTRAYED FROM smy place at Gregory, Mont., one bay mnare and one bay horse, work ani male, both shod; one has a hal ter and rope; both bald face, end branded - on left shoulder; weight about 1,10Olba. Return to Moses Manuel's house on Ninth avenue, corner ltaleigh street, No. 802. $1i reward for their return. QUI GKNESS S * AND e * NEATNESS Are two things which every. body wants when he gives an order for Job PriRtiRg. The Independen ::-j.eets these rem c- every re. rSect. i;, -. j:zl added NEW AND FAST PRESSES, NEW AND BFAUTIFUL 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 Companies 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. Write us for estimates. THE INDEPENDENT, HELENA, MONT.