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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER I. I3^l.
5 INTHE DISTRICT COURT TbaHearing of Diforce Gists li Judg)^PmbertoB's Department FOUNDMARRIAGE A FAILURE fcuit Commenced In Department^I.^A Number of Ctiti Diapoaed^Of--Coiiectlon of Court^Houaa Nota^. Bcttb,Oct 81.^Tble waa diroree^dajr in Judee PambartoD'a court, live^ca.en in wh ch marriage waa found to be^a failure haying been heard by him. MaryA. tlarrie, who paaeed a rocky^Inneymoon of two months' duro*^t on with bar buabaud. John S. Harris^waa in the court thia morning and pre^^vented such a strong caae that the court^ordered the defendant to pay her the awn^of (20 a month during tha time the auil^ia ponding, and further order* him to pay^her t50 us counsel fees. The caao baa^unt yet been bet for trial. Thedefendants motion for alimony^and count e, feet in tha celebrated caae of^Partridge vs. Partridge was taken under^advisement by the court. Byconiicni of both parties the bearing^of the demurrer in the case of Emily Car^^penter v^. Prank M. Carpenter was con*^tinned until next Saturday. Thedefendant in the case of Emma P.^Walton v.. Fred W. Walton failed to ap^^pear and answer p -Juy and a default^was entered. Attorney Cotter waa ap^^pointed as referee to take testimony in^the case. Thecnly divorce granted to-day was in^favor of rredi rica Hoyce, who has grown^tired r.f the bond existing between herse.f^and William Iloyce. The referee in the^ruse to-day made bis report, which waa^approved ..nil a decree entered in favor^oi ibe plaintiff. Iniieparuueat I. V.S. Whiting and W. J. Alexander^commenced suit to-day against Lewis^Thompson and John Doe for ij.'ctintnt^from the property on lot 8, block 1. of^Kice'a addition to Butte. They also^wanted $100 damages and r-6 a month^duriug tl:^ time the property ia occupied^I y i he defendants. Thefollowing cases were disposed of^1 y Judge McUaiton this morning: Estate^nt Louisa i. Johns, deceased; Alfred^Johns appointed administrator ou llliug a^bond for (1,2 0. Miners'Lumber company vs. P. U.^Blake; by agreement hearing of demurrer^continued until next Saturday. J.II. Hall vs. A, Udmoe; hearing mo^^tion to dismiss appeal continued until^Nov. 7. burstsDassault * May v*. James las-^eidy, motion to dismiss appeal sustained^and dismissed at coat of plaintiff x. P.Wetnsbock vs. Kipp Bros.; motion to^dismiss appeal sustained at cost of de^^fendant. JamesA. Murray vs. Butte it Boston^Mining Co.; leave granted plaintiff to^uraeud complaint, nnd by consent de^^murrer is overruled and defendant^granted to Dec. 1 to file answer. Thehearing of demurrers in tha follow^^ing cases was continued until next Sat^^urday: C. H. Palmer vs. city of Butte et^al., J. T. Sinnmck vs. Joseph Uoggin f t^al., Ruth P. Leggat vs. R. D. Leggat et^al., J. A. Murray vs. the Metropolitan^Eitctric Railway company et at., J. A.^Murray v^. the Butte City Street Railway^company et al., J. A. Murray rs. Metro^^politan Street Railway et al. JohnD. McDonald vs. W. L. Little et^^I.; demurrer overruled by consent and^defendaut granted until Nov. 10 to file^answer. JohnA. Gordon vs. William Trevar-^then; motion to dismiss, appeal set for^hearing next Saturday. B.J. Fine vs. John Wiggin; demurrer^overruled and defendant granted until^Hi c 1 to Hie answer. Similar tulines^were made in the caaea of Samuel H.^Stuart et aL va. George 11. Caaey et al.;^N. J. McConnell et al. vs. John Noyss et^al.: Netue Anderson vs. Butts City Street^Railway company : Ruth F. Leggat va.^John A. Leggat; Miners' Lumber company^vs. Henry X. Haider et al; cause ordered^dumissed as settled at cost of plaintiff. DonaldMae-key vs. Montana Union^Railway company; plaintiff waived right^to file and seivo amendments to the^statement on motion for a new trial. Eumeof ami guardianship of Mabel^McMinn ami Hiram McMion; bearing^continued until Nov. 7. Estateof John Nelson, deceased; order^mado setting Nov. 14 for the settlement^of the final account of the administrator. Estateof Michael Sepp, deceased; Nov.^14 sat for bearing petition of James W^Murphy for letters of administration. AttorneyL. J. Hamilton filed a petition^asking lor the revocation of special let^tern ot administration heretofore issued^to J. W. Murphy in the estate of John E^lireenliinil, and for the appointment of^Louisa B. Greenlund as general adminis^^tratrix ^^f the aetata. Upon proper proof^Judge McHatton ordered the change as^requested. CourtMean Vote*. TheHell-Speculator case will resume^business Monday afternoon in Judge lie^nation's court. Thecounty commissioners will meet^next Monday. TheJanitor's notice to ^hogs that spit^on the floor^ has disappeared from the^wall of Department No. II. JohnWilliams threw a rock at a woman^near the Northern Pacin 1 depot this aft^^ernoon aud was taken iu as a boarder at^the county jail. Theforce ot carpenters, tila layeraand^painters has been increased at the court^house, and the ret airs will probably be^completed acme time iu tbe dim future. Thepublic administrator is likely to^miss a goyd Job in tbe Goldsoll estate-, as^word has been received by him from^Cleveland, Ohio, that a will has been^found. JudgeHamilton has been retained to^delend Chris Boegle who handled the^knifa In last night's cutting affray. NOT A LARGE NUMBER. Mortusry Report ^C Iks Best h Depart,^aneat far October. Butte,Oct. 31.^Tbe city health de^^partment has completed its mortuary re-^p. r; for October, showing the whole num^^ber of deaths to be tl. The whole num^^ber for Ibe corresponding month of 1890^was 60. The report gives the principal^cause* of deal ha for October as follows:^Whooping cough, 3; cholera infantum, 2^convulsions, 2; typhoid fever, 7; prom*^ture births. 6; marasmus, 2; enteritis, 2;^other diseases, 18. Toenumber of deaths in the city pro^^per wt re only 1-'., and tbe number within^three-mile limit, but outside of Hint*,^28. Of the deaths from typhoid the mini^Ix-r in tbe city proper was only two, and^^ utside, hut ^main iho thret-mile limit,^lire. Tweniy-f^^ir of trie deaths were^|m r.ona under 16 years of age. Typhoid^it ver la still prevalent, and was the cause^of more death- for the month than any^other disease. In compar son w nh other^y ars. the report shows a condition of^affairs not so encouraging to doctors as^formerly. THE COMINQ CONGRESS. ACall far a atee'lag ul t it s ei-Mlelsg^Men's ton veal on at Denver. Ecrrr,Oct. 31 ^Mayor Mueller issued^a call tbia afternoon for a mass meeting^to be held at tbe city hall next Saturday^evening. Tbs meeting ia for cititsna gen^^erally and mining men particularly, the^object being to select delegates to tbe^mining congress to be bald at Denver on^Nov. 18. 19 and 30. It la desired that Butta^be represented by tbs beat roan tbat can^be sent. Tbe mayor does not wish to take^ibe reapousibili.y of naming tbe men^himself, but will appoint the men that the^mealing indicates as its choice. Various^matters will be discussed in addition to^tbe mining congress. Theletter Mayor Mueller has received^in regard to the congress is in part as fol^^low-: Vouare requested to appoint^delegates to the national mining^congress for tbe purpose of discussing^questions of great importance to the^mining interests of the United States,^and taking united action thereon. Questionsregarding the baser metals^wi.i be considered, but more particularly^those pertaining to the precious metals.^Mining Is tbe newest aud least known of^our national Industries. Theannual product of gold and silver^In the United States is about IIUU.OOO.OOU,^yet there it no organ a d plan for pro^^ducing or handling the product after it is^extrscted from the mines. When it is^remembered tbat this vast sum is an ab^^solute necessity iu our commercia I trans*^actions; that it ia the basis of ull our^banking institution-.; that tbe interest on^the public debt cinnot be paid without it,^and thai it is the medium of all ex^^changes, it seem^ expedient to invite the^best and wisest of our citu jus to meet to^^gether and devise means lor rerulating its^production aud distribution. Nothing of^the kind has ever been done, but such is^the object of this, tbe first notional min^^ing concresi. TheUuiisd States owns large areas of^mineral lands and requ.res vast returns^from tbem for its treasury expenditures.^The laws disposing of these valuable^lands, the ra ising of capital for their de^^velopment, the dealing in mines and^stocks, the investment of borne and for^^eign capital, tbe deuiaud and supply of^tbe money metals, the adjustment of^their relative values aud tne policy of^coining tbem free of charge, are ques^^tions which should receive careful atten^^tion from our statesmen and financiers. Iiis the i pinion of some Butte men^that efforts should bo mudi-by the dele^^gates to the congress to hsve Butte se^^lected as next veer's meeting place. COSTOF SCHOOL BOOKS. AMatter that will Iteeeivs the Attsailoa^ot Menil.fr. of tUa School lio.r.l Bcite,Oct. 31.^At the next meeting of^the school hoard which will he hold Mon^^day November 2, there will probably be^some action taken in regard to petitioning^the legislature, when that body meets,^for the furnishing of school children^throughout tbe stato with tree tens^books. Several ot tbe trustees in this^district are strongly in favor of such a^law and there is no doubt as to tbe hoar I^coraiug oul i quarely, and strongly ex^^pressing its fuvor for its adoption. Thereis certainly much to be said in^support of this movement; school books^should be just as free to a scholar aa bia^instruction. It is undoubtedly working a^hardship to tbe heads of families to coin-^pel them to buy books for a large family^of children who attend tbe public schools,^especially when the change in studies^occur ao frequently and tbe price charged^for books by tbe Iceal dealers is ao large. Tbeproviding of text books by tbe^stale ia no experiment; Its feasibility^having been demonstrated in Massachu^^setts, New York and a number of other^eastern states. Whatwith the purchasing of boots, hats^and clothing that children always require^at tbe beginning of a school term, it^takca quite a plethoric pocketbook to^purchase in addition to these uecessaries,^firs or six expensive school books for^each child. And tbeie is a strong feeling^among tho school trustees to make the^cost of text books be boi ns by tbe state,^and each individual taxpayer be assessed^for bis part of the expense. CAUSETO REJOICE. Membersof tha T. at. v. A. Feel Happy^^rushing the Work.^Butte, Oct. 31.^The members of tbe^Young Men's Christian association sro rejoicingover the fact tbat they will soon^have another laborer in the vineyard.^For a long time the National association^of New Yoik has been promising to send^a man out here who is a professional^worker, and who should lend his efforts^to interesting the en,sens of Butte iu the^movement, and by soliciting subscrip^^tions place the local organ .gallon on a^prospeious basis, and in such a position^as to accomplish much good. After many^months of waiting.during which time the^association was a thing in name only^Secretary Smith recently received word^from A. ('. Gales, secretary of the Na^^tional association, to the effect J. C.^Moonan, out) of his lieutenant*,^would arrive in Butte about tbe^1st of November and would^put his shoulder to the wheel. Althoughthe numbers expect eventu^^ally to erect a building of their own they^will be content for a while, at least, with^renting rooms as a home for tbe assorts,^tion. These qusrters will be fitted up^comfortably and will be made au attrac^^tive place, where all young men will be^welccme. A well equipped gymnasium^will be s feature appreciated by many,^and It is expected to form special classes,^under a ccropeleiit instructor, for bust^neaa and professioual men, as well as for^others. MiningDecuaoants filed. Bt'ttb,Oct. 81.^Tbs following mining^documenla were filed for record to-day Affidavitsof annual labor. Destroying^Angel lode claim, Summit Valley district,^by John Peterson and Homer Rumrain -;^Dwight lode e-1 in^ ti. Summit Valley di^-^trict, by George B ggins aud Carl Han^sen; Midian lode claim, unorganised dis^^trict, by Henry Nelson. Locationnotices^Henry Clay, Walcott,^Matt and Sitting Bull, Summit Valley^district, by Matthew Hogan and others. forBsla Householdfurniture of five rooms.^Apply at No. 19 East Broadway, Butte. Ifyou want a first class suit of clothe a^made to order, from gK^ upwards, call at^tha Union tailors, No. 11, Eaat Quarts^street. L. Wise. Beforebuying your cook stove or^beater for tbe winter you cansavs money^by examining tbe large stock at H. J Biume'e,78 W restPark. Overcoatsmade to order from 120 up^^wards. Perfect fit guaranteed St til^Union tailors. No. 11 Eaat Q tarts atree^L Wise. Forchoice article of^Rock Spring. Coal^call up Montana Produce company,^Tslephcne 44. lorSals ^ nr.a Onehundred empty alios cases. Lynn^Shoe Sale. J 1 North Main street, Butte. MATTERSTHEATRICAL Jokilagnire's Reappsarancs on tbe^Stale as ^Jet Siorkef. IMPROVINGTHE PLAY HOUSE ContemplatedChannel at Maguire a^^Appearance of tha Phtlhar-^monicaat Ronahaw Hall^^Ccming Attractions. Bitte,Oct. 81.^The announcement^tbat Manager Maguire will appear on tbe^stage Monday night in tbe character of^Joe Snorkty in ^Under the Gaslight^^threatens to test ibe capacity of tbe^bouse. His return to the stage after an^absence of many years will bo taken by^the people of Butte as an opportunity for^giving tbe veteran manager and actor an^ovation. It was In tbe character of Joe^Snoikty that Mr. Maguire appeared at^tbe Metropolitan theater of San Fran^^cisco in 1871^Just years ago^and^scored one ot the greatest hits of bis life.^There are old-time theater goers iu the^Weal who knew Mr. Maguire aa an actor^in early days, and who would g^ many^miles to see him again. With Ibe excel^^lent support of Miss Jessaline Rodgera^and Frederick Bock and the other mem^^bers of the Union Square company, Mon^^day night's entertainment will bo one of^the best of ibe season. OperaH ma Improvement,^The extensive improvements on Mr.^guire's are being pushed as fust as tbe^workmen can do it, but tbe house will^not be entirely completed before the holt-^days. Tbe frescoing work will be finished^probably in a few weeks, but the numer^^ous other changes will n quire nearly two^months more of work. Railings for the^boxes are now on the way from the East^and will be put in place as soon as they^arrive. A large amount of new teener*^and set pieces are being finished, and^Maguire's will be ss complete in this re^^spect as any house in the entire West.^The new drop curtain lias been here for^some time but will not be placed in posi^^tion until all the other work is completed.^It is a beauty. The front entrance to tbe^building will also be remodeled and oi-^namented with two handsome electric^light pedestals. All the repairs and Im^^provements contemplated at present will^rt quire all Ibis season and a great part of^next summer to finish, and at tbe end of^that time Butte will have an amusement^place second to none. ThePhlllisi moDle*. AtRt-nshaw ball on Monday evening,^tbe Philharmonics will delight an audi^^ence that will doubtless crowd tbe house.^Tbe Philharmonics have a reputation on^both sides the Atlantic, and their visit to^Butte will bo a treat to the lovers of^music in this city. There should be a^cordial reception. Underthe Gaslight,^ with John Ma^^guire, is to bo presented at Maguire's the^first three nights of tbe coming week.^Tbe balance of Ibe week will be taken up^by lbs comedy success ^lucoj.,^ In^which tbe comedian Charles Dickson^will appear and the George W. Lcdcrer^model company. The^ Xoss Jollities^ ooncluded their^engagement this evening. TbeNoes Jollities closed their enter^^tainment at Maguire's to-night in their^enjoyable musical entertainment and^farce comedy, ^A Quick Match.^ Tbe^entire programme was rendered,although^the bouse was not what tbe ability of the^performance aud character of tbe enter^^tainment deseivcd. Every member of^tbe family is an artist in bis part, and^they gave a performance that should^place standing room at a premium. The^musical part is above criticism and the^fares Is as laughable as any abow that^has been ou the boards at Maguire's this^season. If individual mention should be^made. May and Bertha Noes in their^specialties are especially entitled to It. SAINTSAND SINNERS. Wherete Attend Divine Service, la tbs^City I s-Day.^Bt'TTE, Oct. 31.^Church services will^be held in this city to-morrow as follows: Prrb^'erian el.un h^Kev. K. .1. Urueueveitl.^Iiestor. herviees at 11 a in. and 7 :.i ^ p. in ,^uuailerlv coin in union services wdl Ik- held ill^llie moiiilng, nn^l in 111*-evening a sonir h^ rviee^eMaUaa' t nrisiiau r\ ith^ win be rendered by^lhe choir and tuugicgellou; buadey Bengal si^^.'30. HermanLutheran chin i n-On West (Silver^stieet, near Dakota street. Ail I artlm:. pallor;^In eoiiiraeinoriition of the Krfoiiimnon a| niu-^pi late services will lie In Id :^l iu a. ui. auil i ll^p. ni.. niinday school at 11 igs a. gs VeartervilieM. it. rhuich^i,ev. .1. .1. rbu-^notts, |iaslor; service* al lo a. ui. and ~:Jup. in..^eveiihiK Mii'je t, lecture ou the ^Iiii-pnstiou si^the bible;^ nunday school al ^ p. iu. Rev.J . It. Miui.es ^Ui pi cell at Hie usiml^hours Kuuday; tnot uinj: subject, ^The Value of^Mas;'' eteulug subieei, ^Ihe Barren Kig Tiee;^buntUy school and b.liie class a 10 a. in.; yonn,'^Maaaj s meeting at 7 p. ni. All niosi eoidial^^Uivileil to ill esc services. MountainView M. K. ehurrh ^lie v. Frank I..^Brush win preach at 1} a. m. and at 7 M |^ m .^cvib iik subject, ^^'Ibe nworu Tc.liinuuy ^^'^Jesus t In i^l to Ills Own t haractci anil *. Uiin*^What is it Worth'.'^ randay ^^ liool at inn^p. ni All are heartily welcomed. Congregationalchurch, West tiranlte street,^opposite me court huuse, K. li. newest,Beater,^sicrvices at II a. ni. and 7.30 p.m. ruuday^si hool at ^taf, A I are Invited. Agospel tcrnprcrauce service will be held in^Ihe eaMinru! ol 1..^.sol.ii blo^ k. cnraei oi^Grain e aim I t.ill, at 3:30O'clock In S afbruotu.^Ail are coidially luv.ted. MorkbolU,is' Msstlug^BlTTE. Oct. 81.^A meeting ol tho stock^^holders of the Amy ex Silversmith com^^pany waa to have been held ibis after^^noon, but owing to tne absence of some^interested tbe meeting was postponed to^next Wednesdsy. ludications are that^operations of ihe company will be speed^^ily resumed. There ia about i i'K'Oi ou^band, and probably this amount will bo^used in developing the propctty. KeelK-iwte Traaslers. Bl'TTF..Oct. 81.^Tbe following trans^^fers were recorded al tbe office of the^county clerk since our last report:^John s. Htone to Harvey 1. Malian, lot inIsocx 3, Metros,-addition ..I 74 aj^W illiam Koeeaod wife to Har\e^ T, Maiaa, saina as atMive.33 to hamuvlcouihey anu wife 10 Joaeph Heard,lot 9, block 5, r'swseiu addl- t.ouso, au JFyou shave yourself you will^he interested to knmv that^our assortment of Kazors is^lar^ie, comprisinj; only^those ot such quality that^we can and do guarantee^each one. We al^o have^everything in Straps,^Brushes, tups, Htc. In^l'ocket Knives we carry in^variety and number of pat^^terns more than all the^other stocks of Butte com^^bined Scissors, from the^smallest thing used in em^^broidery to thosi used by^coupon cutters and paper^hangers. EIGHT^ FAIRFIED, JEWELERS.MAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSK amBUTTE. MONT. ** Voumay not know we have the largest and^finest assortment ot Lidics' Jackets and Wraps^to be sen in Montana. Tisso. Therefore buy of us. Morennve ties in Fur Trimmed Garments^than have ever yet teen uispiayed. You want^the newest and best. Thereforebuy of us. Areyou thinking of buying ^ Cape, Wrap, or^Newmarket^ VVc have them way down in puce.^Some expensive, none dear. WehalsM a specia tyof Thereforebuy of us. Ladies'Garments Oursales are large and stock always fresh.^Why purchase last season's styles^ VVc have^the latest. Thereforebuy of us. Aready made dress, when it suits your trade,^fits your figure end docs not depleteyourpttrse,^saves the annoyance of a dressmaker. We have^them in various material and styles. Theieforcbuy of us. Wealways keep a full line of everything for^I.adu s' Wear, all si/.cs, all qualities. One price,^and that the lowest Thereforebuy of us. H I NENNESSY Ly. ^J 11 MERCANTILE CO. BUTTE,MONTANA. JOHNMAGUIRE.. .Prop,sad Manager Directfrtu Its Sin Fruclic) Trlimphi! Thursday,Friday^and Saturday, NOV.5. 6. 7. MONTANAPRODUCE Co. (J.8. BUTLER. Agent.) DlAI SI'S iv HAY,GRAIN AND COAL, Officeof BROWN'S TRANSFER. RookSprings. Blacksmith. Arizona tad Front Streets. Sooth Butt** indPennsylvania Hard Coal.^Mitchell Wagons and Extras. Telephone44. Tlic('1 nu ll an CHARLESDICKSON andTHE Geo.W.Ledercr Model Company nthe ShriekingComedy Success, Incog, J'rcceJelby a Cut an lUiicr, i'jtrr. BookIII. Chapter I. S:!S-D.rVsnii'n'!'^^ ^k I I CMMaT I. Ij-ll.i'V.on 10 ^Inio:. Hrats011 salf al Calkins' Hook Slur.-. AlteailouHosaiDgton ou-.nl.^aleiubora ot Company (a, M. G. M., sre^oidi rod 10 asscmbls at il ^^ armnry al 7 : ^l^o'rloci p. 111 Suti'lay. N ^r. 1, 18!tl, to^transact business of importancI to the^com puny. By ord^r of ('S Mioi MAlit R. Capt. roindg.^t^. \\ . UkAtrlH. 1 ^ ^. igt. S'rs.s. ..t rcwitjr. 1 I riatian Scientist^rereiTee patients at 4.4 Lost Mercury^strict. Hours 10 to U a. in., ktgf p. in.^Consultation tree. Ifrou want a gnod fining pair of until.^^ o order from 16 upwar^l^ rail at tbr-^L'ni'in tailors. Mo. 11 Kast Uuot is street.^L. Wise. Crockery,glaeswarv, granite ironaarr.^tinware and all b'ii*^. furnishing goods^at U. E lllume's, 7b West Park. J,USTRECEIlfED- ACar W ail cf M .tnr. -J CaUfon: .1 Winesand Braiulies. 1!c aluv.: flim tiik^ grral |mu^ m bbs^nmount of hu.lnr.s tianssctel in Hie very^sin rt Urn- f in e lln r ^ pnnii; hsMtnt tasrii^Hi. .r n in ^ 111 tlii' i rout isi.k if eliuVsali-^sua nl. 11 I 'iu r ilran 11. t'ONMUKIlmm*!-: NVMii CLARETS,'roni .'^ * |x r |ial!o:i upward. WHITEWtKE*, Per gallon up^onl. i-WKLl W S!^. ^!.'. i^ r ual. upwar.l^r uelllu Kr .lali'a .mil Wl'l^^ es a ' |^-el.i!*i.^family tr..d- bo i H i QgealS deliver*-,! In mi^(Uiiitil* 1 is-o'^i.ai u'e. 'lee;ilion^- \ 110 ^Tetl Part aV, Jiu-t.-. Mont. J.S. CHEVIGNY, trth'.ict al Super.aUi.teit SHEBMAK UNDERTAKER sr.' 125E. PARK ST. Promptand Ffiant AtUmfnnft. W'hoUsalt1 aitd Ritatl DtmUr in U*:^inrtiiJtir^' Sufifi/tt s. ffm/Uf Carefully Hm^almt-.i ami Shipped^10 mm ftirts ot //if ( n ud Simtti mmi t.iovp*. LADYASSJSTANTS. Cputty tad HlgbL ldcpsoa*Nj. 57. BUTTE,IMl r.a auu ly.ATEIL-^. IPAHO TineModel liikfiwi k on KA^T I'AKK sTUKKT l^tttl MMUf NpL It U lb^ a.**.**^l^ef r I'm. Iff ui H ot* lo -\ JtaBMLM vtnnux ^u.U^Dit vat FIRSTCLASS LIQUORS AND CIGARS klrk^ pl m mil*'*. *t^*- ^ it ^ :ir^ Mt^ t ^ ' 1 MMuC .n.rjtn til fsfMnt iu i v Mliatf ^ riit*r^. VOCALAND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT EVERY EVENING. J.H. CORDON. PROPRIETOR. 42 ERST PKRK ST.