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The Anaconda standard. [volume] (Anaconda, Mont.) 1889-1970, June 19, 1892, Image 6

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Tiegonial World. '
THKevent ol iweek was the Sun^^flower |^u ty ghen by Miss Barnes^last Friday evening at lior home on^Oak street. TI10 room* were decorated^wi'h MaMssti of sunflowers. The MH^ranis of thisxs who plnyi-d progressive^^ hint ami the dancing cards of the others^were pniuti-d ill sunflowers and made^pretty souvenirs of a delightful evening. |^Dainty refreshments were aerved and the ,^llrst price*, a iMMSMj llaviland celery |^dish, ami a haiidsomelv bMM MM ^^f^Scott's ^Mariinon^ were awarded to Mr*. I^II. K. Malian ami J. II. Hainniill. re^Mi-l- J^Ively. Those present were: MsVJMMM j^Winston, Daw son. ('. A.Tuttle. ML Smith,^Mahan and Jordan; Missi s Hums, do-^bum, Surprenant. Peters, Hall and Mae- I^Donald and Messrs. Nell, Dawson, C. A. j^Tuttle, Winston, Williams, ( hit, Mae- :^Giiiuniss. MucDonnld. Jncohy. Kelly. Litt^^ler, How ic. Hainniill and Dauford.
LastWednesday even 1 ng at Shullsburg,^Wisronsin. ill St. Matthew's eliureh. M. f^Donahoe of Anaconda and Miss Anna^Meloy were united in murriagc. After u^brilliant reeeption given at the home of^the bride's father to the near friends of^the family. Mr. ami Mrs. Donahoo^started i'n a trip to Chicago. Sew York^and California. Tlie many friends of the^new ly married eouple will be dclighti-il to^welcome them when they return to this^rity to ocetipv their new home on Cherry^street.
SamuelVadncr left Anaconda on^Thui'sda.v morning afti r ^ short visit w ith^his sister. Mrs. Fannie Thurston, to go to^Spokane Kails.
TheOak Street Whist club will meet^next Wednosdav evening at the home of^Mr. anil Mrs. .1. C. Keppler.
Mr.anil Mrs Leiscr of Pennsylvania,^who had planned to start last week on a^trip to Missoula. Y ellow stone park on id^Helena In-fore pluming to lluisli their^visit in this city, were unable to do so Is-^eatlse of washouts.
Mrs.J. Jordan, w ith her little sou, came^to Aiiaeouda on Friday to remain for a^short time as the guest of Mrs. L\ 11. Hos-^ford and Miss Barnes.
Mrs.Murray Miles of Missoula experts^to stop in this city to pay a short v isit to^her sister,Mrs.jl: S. Maxwell, inalsiui two^weeks, on her ivlurii from Chicago and^Kansas City.
H.T. Mahan. II. T. Malian. Dunne Wes-^eott, of Portland, and William MeKecver^started yesti rduy for Silver Lake on a lull^^ing e\|Kililioli.
ShelleyTuttle returned to this city on^Friday after having Imm-ii forced, by the^condition of the Northern Pacific tracks^to spent I a week in Missoula.
MissMay Peters entertained a few^friends in a delightful way last Monday^evening. Cards and dancing were the or^^der of the houraml delicious refreshments^were served. As it was the 15th birthday^of the hostess, inniiv of her gut-sts pre^^sented her w ith pretty or valuable pres^^ents,among w hich were several beautifully^bound volumes of choice poetFjr, a bfrth-^duv lss^k. gold |^en, silver paper weight,^souvenir s|mmmi, set eral chiffon ami silk^handkerchiefs, and a photograph of her^^self enlarged and framed. Those present^were: Misses Coburii. Wisuer. Stirprc-^natit, lie Ltir.v. Morris. Convva.v, Collins,^Mai Donald. Shea. Hobsou, Condon. Dora^Surprenant, Hall and Maloney, and
Messrs. Mayuil, O'Bri Kiihbard. La
Salle.Spelnian. Hammill, t I'Lounc, Con-^dou, Morris, MacGiuuiss, Keppler and^McDcrtnott.
OttoStalmann retiirnid to the Molilalia^last Thursday, after passing several weeks^in the hast and visiting his laniilv in Salt^Lake.
Mr.and Mrs. J.C. Keppler went to Butte^on Friday to MM Mr. licpplcr's brothers,^who came from Dubuque, Iowa, to Helena^to attend the A. It. C \Y. convention,
Mr.and Mrs. A. C. MucCallum, who^have MM s|N.-iidiug several weeks in Cali^^fornia, arrived in Anaconda on Monday.
MissBennett, who has for some time^been the guest of Mrs. W. II. Burns, left^Aiiaccmla lasi Momlav to ret in n to her^home in ttiuaha.
OnWednesday morning in St. Paul's^church Father De Sicre united Martin^Coouan and Miss Jennie Fo\ in marriage.^Mr. Mi titiire was best man and Miss Me-^Gruw bridesmaid.
John^ apltee ol liutte was registered at^th*' Montana last Tuesday.
MissWolfe a:.d Miss Thomson started^ou Wednesday for Sah I. ike w here they^will pa ^ ^ttjM -iitunier vacation.
1..A. km;!. Mr.. L ^i. Smith. Mrs. A. It.^Jennings anil Miss Hums are the delegates^from Atiaeoml i t.. the I pise, pal iliiM-csaii^coiiventton w lilcl, is to tie held ill Helena^next week.
Mrs.J..tin s \. King has decided to re^^main for soma nine longer in Anaconda^us Mr. King has been ordered to leave^America the huh of July ami attend the^Columbus eel. Im.hi.^n in Spain.
F.W. Winter of s,ull l-Yaueisoo spent^a |url of last week us the guest ^f bj^ kjb.^tel. Mis. J. A. Dniilap.
Theladie- of M. Mark's guild w ill moot^next Thursday afternoon at the lesidcnce^ul Mrs. W. H. Harrison.
Mrs.C. H. Dudley of Met i^visited this city last Thursday.
Anumber of Anaconda people liad ex-^HMted to be present at the marriage ol^l.dwanl Schurnikow and Miss Mattie^Humlier, w Inch took place in Deer Lodge^on Wednesday etching. Iiui were pre^^vented from doing so by the fear of living^detained by washouts.
X.V. Hoss of Deer Lxslge was at the^Montana last Thursday , the guest of Dr.^Mi ki tine of this city.
Theball given in Evans hall on Wednes^^day evening for the purpose of talslng^funds to be used in supplying St. Paul1*^church with a new organ was, in every^way. a great sui*cess.
C.K. Hardi nbrook of Deer Lodge w as a^guest at tlie Montana last Thurstluy.
MurielTuttle. the little daughter of Mr.^and Mis. W. S. Tuttle. has Ix-en suffering^din ing the week from a very severe uttaek^ol scarlet fever.
I).S. Fathering ha in went to Deer lxslge^on Wednesday to attend the wedding of^l.dwanl Scbarnikow and Miss Mattie^Huti.ber.
SamuelVadner visited Butte mi Tues^^day.
Theplan of forming an cipir strian club^in this city is being aeriously considered.^Rev. Father Do Sierc wi nt tn Butte on
Tuesdayto attend the closing exercises of^Si. Patrick's parochial school.
F..G. Thomas of Butte spent n few^hours at the Montana last Wednesday.
Tlieladies of St. Mark's guild are pro^^jecting!! moonlight picnic to be given nt^the park SMM July 11. There will^be dam ing m the pavilion and row nig on^the lake and the ladles will serve refresh^^ments (hiring the ^ veiling.
A.P. Cloutnt has been eonllned to bis^room in the Montana all the week by u^HUH attack of rheumatism.
Mrs.1). Shov lin went to Midline's camp^yesterday to remain until ti-morrow as^the guest or Mrs. C. II. Dudley.
Mrs.A. It. H. Jennings expects to start^about the middle of SepicmlM-r for Mon-^teray, Mexico, where she will remain with^her daughter. Mi s.S. D. Bridge.
JudgeWinston went to Butte lust Fri^^day morning.
OnThursday, in St. Pud's church. Itev.^Father IK- Sicre baptised Hols^rt, the in-^taut sou of John ami Annie Murphy.
I.ildieDis-ktcr spent a part of the week^ns the guest of Clark Gray in Hear Mouth^canyon.
('.W. Looinis made a flying trip to Butte^last Monday.
T.B. Butler of Buttu visited Anaconda^on Tuesday.
Mrs.A. W. MiCuno of Salt bake e^.)ms'ts^to leave Anaeonda this seek and to spend^the Hummer in Met line's camp.
Misslinger went to Minneapolis. Minn.,^on Monday to remain in thai city per^^manently. She was accompanied by Miss^Blanche Keuyoii. w ho will spend the sum^^mer vacation and attend school in Minne^^apolis.
J.K. Mallory was in Hutte on Monday^and Tuesday.
InSt. Paul's church last Thursday^morning Matthias /.ugel ami Mary Suckle^w ere married. Rev. Father De Sicrn offi^^ciated. Lucy Slefany w as bridesmaid and^Marcus Magiudi acted as best man.
MissBerry went last Tuesday to Port-^laud, Oregon, w here she w ill spend sev^^eral weeks,
F.W. Blackford of Bulto was iu Ana^^conda last Tuesday.
Mrs.W. J. Matthews and Mrs. C. A. Gil-^lieri vveni to Butte last Thursday, return^^ing on Friday.
Mrs.G. B. Winston and Miss Fannin^Burns visited Butte on Thursday.
Mr.and Mrs. L. C. Crafts, with their^sou Tevis. returned from the Last last^night after an absence of about six wi-eks.^They reached tonal Falls on Friday, June^Kith, and were obliged, by washouts, to go^back to Fargo and continue their journey^over the Northern Pacilie.
Washout.t\ hMh MkstMMl With Several^Tllr iti-r Parties.
Bt'ttk,June IS. The washouts were^the cause of much disappointment to peo^^ple in this city who hud autiei-^|iatcd with great pleasure the coin^^ing of Richard Mansfield. A number of^theater imrtics had Im-cii arranged and it^was believed that the Mansfield audiences^would be as brilliant us any of the season.
D.C. Porter returned from Helena last^Wednesday. Mrs. Porter decided to re^^main iu Helena until the waters subsided.
MissHills of Watikegan. HI., who has^been passing six mouths in Butte with her^sister, Mrs. C. B. Castle, has gone to Salt^Lake, w hence she will go to Omaha to^visit for several weeks.
Severaleipiestrian parties were out^Thursday evening.
Missla-ilah Hit-sell rcttirmd from col^^lege Friday ufternoon with Miss Clara^itcdcll who went on to her home iu Boulder^after a short visit iu Butte.
Mrs.W. It. Ken J on entertained nt din^^ner Tuesday evening Mr. and Mis M. J.^Council, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lav elle. Mr. and^Mrs. G. K. Itix-kwotsl ami Mr. and Mrs. K.^W. S. Tingle.
Itev.ami Mrs. Galen WimkI, Miss May^Irvine and Shelby Irvine attended the^Hiimbert-Schtiinikow wedding utg Deer^Lodge Wednesday.
lftheweather Im. favorable the Butte^Kuuestrian club w ill 1st- out iu full force on^Sunday for a long ride. The lin tnls rs of^the club are Mcsdamcs C. F. Iloy t. F.^Hclier. D. Biititi. K. M. Hill. B. Kathrork:^Misses L. and F. Smith. A. W. Kcnnn. M.^Hacker,. It. and K. Nugent anil I. Bishop;^Messrs. T. ( . O'Mearu. L. A. Provost, G.^ItatT. D. I, Donahue, C. F. Hovt.i:. E. Fax-^sou, 11. Iteber, T. A. MrPherson undJ.^Downey.
Mr.anil Mrs. M. .1. Council gaven din^^ner imrty on l liurstla.v. the guests invited^were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Forbis ami Mr.^ami Mrs. II. A. D'Aeheul.
TheMisses Colciuau. who have liccn^Willi Mrs. J. W. I teed lor several months,^will leave on Moudav for Missouri.
GuyStapletoti and Miss Stapleton re^^turned from hi or Lislgc to-da^.
MissBessie hii kpatiick and Miss Lulu^Largcy have returned from Salt l^ike^eily. having passed scveial weeks there^with It lends and ralatives.
M.L. Wines returned early iu the week^from his trip tliiough Nevada and Cali^^fornia.
Willieand Paul Clark, sons of W. A.^Clark, have arrived iu Butte to spend the^summer.
NaphLlovd returned heme last Monday^from Bneiiie, Wis., wlieie he has been at^^tending the military academy.
TheMisses Thornton |M^stpoucd their^in inn tain luncheon until Wednesday of^next w ii V. as it w as impossible to gel from^the Fast decorations for the occas on.
PercyWixdston was in Hutte two days^^ arl.v in the in ek. being en route to Min^^nesota to visit his mot her. and to escort^In r to his home at Victor:.!, where she will^pass several weeks.
JosephLumsoii of Mllford, Neb., is iu^Unite, the guest of his brother. G. W.^LfMMMsa
Dr.L. D. I.ea\ilt returuevl from his^sojourn of five mouths in New York last^Mondav. The doctor is iuev, client health.^Mrs. Ix-avitt anil Dimple will spend the^MHMM9 in Massaehusetts.
Mrs.James Ileal sen with her guests,^Mr. and Mrs. J. Heelmi r ..r Philadelphia,^visited the smelters of Vnacooda on^Wi iluesilay. Mr. and Mrs. Heebner started^eastward Friday evening n;td will visit^Yellow stone park Ix lore going to their
Itev.Dr. Hall of Nev, Yoi k. one ol ihc^must eminent divines of the l'ic^b^terisn
churchin America, patted Thursday in
J.Cbauvin lias returned from Mlnite-^apohs with Ida son Fred and Miss Guorgia^Jeffrey of Washington, D- C.
Mrs.E. W. Wynne will entertain the^Dainen Krnenttchen at her residence. 817^West Galena street, next Wediieedoy^afternoon.
MissMay Miller of Chicago is the guest^of Mrs. W. 1). Fenner at her home, No.^Uf.l West Broadway.
Mrs.Mel Lowry and daughter of Deer^Lodge visited friends in Butte on Fri^^day. .
Dr.It. L. Gdlcspin returned Wednesday^from the F ist, accompanied by his daugh^^ter and Miss Gem Miles, who have been^attending school at Mount Carmol, III.
MissI. Bishop will make a trip to the^East in July.
Mr.and Mrs. L. D. Carrier and child,^anil Mrs. A. Jones and infant, of Omaha,^are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shrop^^shire.
CharlesM. Turck of Denv er, formerly a^resident of Butte, has Im-cii visiting our^city during the past week.
MissSarah Berger bus returned from^her v isit to Salt Lake.
Mr.and Mrs. E. W. S. Tingle left for^the Fast on Thursday.
Mm.J. C. Maslin remained in Helena^during the past week, being detuined there^by the railroad washout.
Mrs.George Sprung is visiting friends in^Minneapolis, where Mr. Sprung will join^her later, and together they will go to Ohio^toiemain several weeks.
Mrs.J. C. OL Thornton and Miss Carrie^Thorntoti are expected to return home^from the Fast early iu the coining week.
MissKathleen O'Forrell started for Che-^cage via the Northern Pacific Thursday^evening.
MissHohcrta Robinson returned on^Friday from Beer Lodge, where she had^Im-cii to attend the commencement exer^^cises of the College of Montana.
J.C. Quinn went East on Thursday, and^will attend the Chicago convention. s
Dr.Gillespie gave a dinner on Thursday^in honor of Mr. E. L. Chapman and bride,^nee Miss Carrie Louks, on their arrival in
Buttefrom Boise City, the former homo '
ofMrs. Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Chsjp-I vf^man have taken up their residence* in^^West Copper street.
ProfessorCarlisle is conducting private^rehearsals for the performance of Pin^^afore.
Marriageof Two of Iteer I.odg^lar Young IVopls.
DkekLoihik. Juno IX.^The marriage of^Edward Scharnikow to Miss Mattie Gano^Huniber was solemnicod at the Christian^eliureh Wednesday evening at 7:30o'clock,^the Rev. Wiley Mount Joy of Butte officiat^^ing. Not lor a long time has there been^an event so brilliant In Deer Lodge so^^ciety. The church was beautifully decs*^rated with blooming, fragrant plants and^evergreens, tastefully arranged, lending^grace and loveliness to the scene. Tlie^bride was haiidsomelv attired in pearl^colored faille silk, en train, trimmed, in^white chiffon, with pear! ornaments, and^w hite veil draped with natural white roses.^The groom was neatly dressed in a con^^ventional suit of black. Misses Jessie^and Lillian Humher. Mny Woolfolk and^May Irvine of Butte acted as ItrMcsniaidaV^and Messrs. Fred (Juliette. Alf Yviii'tworth,^Phil Miller and Hart Humber as ushers.
dingdish, John Matbeson; beautiful pic^^ture in crayon. Miss Vonuie Owlngs; hand-
paintedpicture, Mr*. J. G. Roote, Mans^^field, Mo.; electric light chandelier,^Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davy; pearl opera^glasses, Paul and Hugh Mitchell; vase^and flowers, Mrs. Mary L. Kelley; willow^rocking chair. Dr. and Mrs. Minsball;^ribbon and lace chair tidy. Miss Mary^Aspling; lunch cloth and napkins and^chin table rove, E. L. Bomin company;^basket of flowers, Mrs. Thomas Aspling;^handsome rug, R. B. Maxwell, George^Sitcler and M. G. Migncry; flowers. Miss^Sterrctt; antique oak easel, Mr. and Mrs.^MM I flowers, Miss Mollie Wiles; lunch^cloth and napkins, Sohroodcr A Bader;^elegant hanging lamp, Chnce. Buchanan^ami Will Fisher; bride's cake, Mrs. James^B. Me Master; cage and canary bird, Mr.^and Mrs. Tobias Shurti.
Mrs.B. D. YValkcr. Mrs. A. M. ^Walker^and Mrs. Hugh Walker are all visiting Mr.^and Mrs. C. K. Hardcnbnmk this week.
HonBessenu was down from Butte this^week on business.
GovernorT^m^le by invitation attended^tin' commencement exercises at thoCol^^lege of Montana. He delivered an edu^^cational address highly entertaining, and^concluded by reference to the intentions^of the man all Montana mourns. Col. C.^A. Broadwater, as to tho endowment of a^college in Montana, and paid his memory^a tribute worthy the man of whom ho^s|m^ke. The large audience of professors,^studentn and patrons indicated they were^in hearty sympathy with the sentiments^uttered by the speaker.
TheDeer Ltslge county Sunday school^convention will be held in the Christian^church iu Deer Lodge, at 10 o'clock a. ni.,^Thursday. June 23. All Sunday schools of^every denomination are miuested to elect^delegates anil send a report to this meet^^ing, and all delegates will be entertained.
H.G. Valiton returned home from St.^Louis a few weeks ago very much im^^proved in health. He contemplates an^^other trip East as soon as he moves his^family into their lovely new house.
MissDora Gruwcll's sister, Mrs. J. C.^Peale of Livingston, is spending com^^mencement week at tlie college.
Mrs.C. F. Bronner and Misses Clara^and Gertrude of Meadow Creek, are enjoy-^tbe closing exercises at the college^week in which Miss Blanch Bronner^takes a very active part.
ProfessorRyon will leave for New York^on the 18th.
Theold-timers of this state will make it^a point to be in Deer Lodge on the Fourth^kx* ; ^ iTJuly, as it is the present intention to^e's sxjpu^ olganiie Missoula, Silver Bow and Doer^Lodge counties that they may cooperate^with the state assis^intion.
ThoDeer Lodge public schools con^^cluded the year last Friday afternoon,^with the usual exercises on that occasion.^Notwithstanding the heavy rains there^was a large number present to encourage^the pupils and teachers. The exercises^raflected much credit on both teacher and^pupil. We are glad to know that the next^year's school will open with Professor^Simpson ss our principal. He has done^most excellent work in tlie school the past^your.
MissesMary and Nellie Wordle left for^their home in Poynette county, Wiscon^^sin, last Sunday, via Butte City and the^Great Northern. Their many friends feel^somewhat anxious about them as the wai^^ters were very high when they left, and the^danger has increased since their depart^^ure.
Mrs.H. R. Whitehill and Jim returned
Immediatelyafter the ceremony an infor^^mal reception was held at the home oUhejj-fron, a vjg]t of six weeks to Portland and
bride'sparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hint^bcr. after which the bridal couple \Jfrr
drivento the 8:44 train, bound for the^Fast. They will Im' absent a month or six^weeks, and will make a visit to Mr.^Scharinkow's parents in New Y'otkgnd^all tho larger cities in the East. They wiUt^return by way of Washington city. ^ t.
Thebridal presents were numerous and.^elegant. The groom's present to the bride-^w as an elegant watch and brooch set with^tunpiois and pcnrls; silver tea set. Mr.^Mrs. J. P. Kines, Deer Lodge; silver cake^knife. Miss May and Shelby Irvine. Butte;^silver cream Jug. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Fl-^dred. Deer lodge; Deer Lodge souvenir^s|mm^ii. Miss Marie Mitchell: case of sjt
vercontaining set of tea spoons, tint
knife,sugar tongs, desert spoon onrHirTrT' = Mrs. Martin Morony and family have
spoon.Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Larabie; silver^and ivory salad spoons. Dr. and^Mrs. C. S. Crauson; set of^silver, gold lined, individual saltsTfith^spiNins. Mrs. A. E. and Miss M. V. Miller.^Helena: silver and gold sugar shsmer.^Miss Katie Kohrs: pair silver napkin^rings. Miss BettieC. Williams; silver bon^bou basket, Eugene McDonald, Anacofltlu:^silver and em glass epcrgne, J. A. Gltll-^lan : oxidiced silver crumb tray and brash,^the Misses Carrie and Linda Williams;^roses and Jasmine, Mr*. Nellie A. Jones;^painted plaipieon easel, Minnie Bradford;^silver butter knife, Frank Napton: gold^and oxidised silver pie knife. Miss Emma^Conner; individual silver castor,^II. A. MrPherson; set of sil^^ver fruit knives. Mrs. Traphagen;^oxidueil silver crumb tray and knife, Mr.^and Mrs. D. S. Fothcringhani; silver berry^s| oou. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mills: tray^containing water set of Bohemian glass.^Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Evans: silver salt and^pep|M-r shakers. Dr. J. A. Miller: Royal^Worcester Jug. Miss May Woolfolk,^silver rack containing cut glass sugar^howl and cream jug. Phil Miller; sot oxi^^dized silver and gold after dinner coffee^spoons. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Forbis. Butte;^set oxidiced silver tea spoons. Will H.^O'Meille, silver and glass butter dish.^Judge and Mrs. D. M. Durfee: silver syrup^pit,-her on stand. Mr. and Mrs. Welling^Napton ; sot of silver after dinner coffin^^MMf Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Brnutly;^silver and glass mustard cup ami s|hsjii.^I-rvi Davis: silver cake knife. Dr. O. J.^Warren. Warm Springs; oxidiced silver^and gold nut howl, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.^Davis; silver soup ladle. A. W. Bare: steel^ami ivory bread knife. Mr. and Mrs. H. G.^Wad: cut glass carafe, Mr. and Mrs.^Galen Wood, liutte; set cut glass tum^^bles. Miss M initio W ismI, Butte: ease^perfume. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Ow ings: sil^^ver s|Ms^n rack. Mr. and Mrs. Gustave^Frikson; set silver nut crackers and^picks, Mrs. Ixiu It. Hoss; set silver tea^s|mmiiis. Mr. and Mrs. Will Coleman:^opera glass bag and vase. Mr. and Mrs. A^Oi Taylor: hand-painted plague on easel,^Mr. ami Mrs. Ed Moro; Kentucky sou^^venir spoon. Miss M. A. McNIchols, Ken^^tucky ; leather traveling case complete^ami wedding allium. Alf Whitworlh: ease^containing silver nnil gold butter knife.^I erry s|mmmii and sugars|mm^n. Mr. anil Mrs.^John M. Boanbniii: set oxidizsd silver^and gold after-dinner coffee s|siotis. Mr.^and Mrs. Kohrs ; set oxidiced silver kuiv es^ami forks. John Fisher; silver anil gold^sugar soiMjp. J. K. McDonald: set silver^tea s|km^iis. Fred Gullette: silver and gold^iM rry spoon. G. W. Stapleton and Miss^FttaStapleton. porcclain-liucd silver pud-
tboSound. Her health is much improved.
EdBurns and wife were guests at the^MrBurney bouse a few days this week.
Mr.and Mrs. Henry Quinlin of Race^Track leave this week for an extended^Yrip through the east. They will visit^Galena. Illinois, Eau Claire, Wisconsin,^and many other places where they have^kindred and friends.
JamesA. Gdflllan w ent to Butte last^Monday to attend the celebration of the^Miners' union. Ho met many friends and^acquaintances and had a most enjoyable^time.
WilliamHardenbrook has been ap^^pointed road supervisor anil the commis^^sioners have made a good selection.
returnedfrom Pliilipsburg and are again^occupying their home east of the court^house.
A.W. McCune, Jr.. and J. D. Noyes. jr.,^came down from Butte to attend the^Htiniber-Scbarinkow wedding last Wed^^nesday.
MissMay Irvine and Shelby Irvine,^her brother, S|s^nt several days in the city^this week.
MissMary Mitchell has returned from^Salt Lake, where she has Im-cii attending^school the past session.
H.O. Willard writes bis friends that he^is duly installed at West Point and get^^ting along finely.
Hon.W. M. Bickford of Missoula spent^Inst Saturday in Deer Lodge looking after^the world's fair exhibit. He was enter^^tained by Dr. and Mrs. Traphagen while^in the city.
LieutenantAhern and wife attended the^reeeption of the I'nion club in Butte on^Friday evening last. Mrs. Ahern wore a^Josephine costume of yellow crejx).
MissFtto Stapleton of Butte is visiting^Miss Mary' Aspling this week and attend^^ing the college commencing exercises.
Mr.and Mrs. E. T. MeKinstry. Mrs.^Will Martt and Miss Hutisouie are visit^^ing Deer Lislge this week.
Mrs.Byron WimkI left this week for a^six months' visit to her mother end other^relations iu Ohio and Pennsylvania.
H.S. Heed visited Butte on business this^wee a.
JudgeColo was iu the city on Monday^last.
Mi'sBerta Robinson has been reem^^ployed in the Butte public school.
(apt. James A. Mills is at home this^week on account of high waters between^here and his |x^st of duty ill Helena.
Mrs.Dr. Minshall writes that she is^much unproved ill health and after a^short visit with relatives she will turn her^face homeward.
tllllllH no/1: man.
Doing*of ths Week In tils ^-oclal rirelss^of lin- l.all.itln XMlley Metropolis
Bo/.tmam. June 18.^Friday evening Dr.^and Mrs. G. L. Hogan gave a pleasant^party ton few invited friends at the pala^^tial residence of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson^Storv. II.Hieing and cards formed the^chief amusement of the evening. An ele^^gant luncheon was served. There were^nrcscni. Dr. and Mrs. Tudor. Mr. and^Mrs. Alward, Fielding. Cooper. Radford.^Beni'i^'. Murtin lE. B.i. Y'erkcs. Baker.^Foster, and Mrs. May. The Misses Lena^ami tiertio Luce. Fracier. Lamiue. Sutton,^Sperling, Alward, Cleveland, Ruffuer,
Yerkes.The Messrs. Place, Walsh, Story,^Morrow, Philips. Hoffman ami D. Asb^ry.^Also Mr. Pfouts or Virginia City and Miss^Strasburger of Butte.
Theannual commencement exercises of^the Baseman Academy were held in tho^Presbyterian church Thursday night.^Invitations had been issued to the num^^ber of about ISO, and there were fully that^many present. Two young ladies gradua^^ted from the institution this year. Miss^Gertrude Luce, and Miss Liziio B. Wylic.^Follow ing is the programme as given:^I'rayer.
MissV.iixey.^EusyMusk-^tier rule Haw-ell Luce.
KsssyA lilri'i Influent'!'
LizzieI^. Wylle.
Mrs.\ IvlQO.^Adunsi by President held of the College or^.Vo itiuia.
1^o not Forget Runes
MissKuttou.^I r'sentatlnn of Diplomas.^Evening Serenade
MissesLamme anil Mutton anil Mrs. Wlllson.
OnMonday evening tho Morrill Broth^^ers, advertised evangelists, gave a musical^entertainment in the M. E. church. Tho^audience was the largest ever seen inside^the budding. This was owing chiefly to^the novel and persistent efforts exerted in^advertising the performance. To tho^chagrin of a few and the surprise of the^many, tho programme was n decided^^fizzle.^ The singing was about us musi^^cal as the startling blast of a foghorn, and^the character of the pieces would exclude^the singers from any dime museum in the^country. Isn't it about time that churches^and charitable societies demanded of^traveling performers who rely upon the^former for the success of their entertain^^ment, more than mouthy boasts and flip^^pant claptrap as evidence of their alleged^ability
Themembers of the Baptist church held^a social iu their church parlors Tuesday^night to welcome their new pastor.
W.J. Stevenson and Bert Vaill went to^Butto Sunday to attend a meeting of tho^directors of the base ball league.
Hon.C. S. Hartman and Dave Ander^^son returned Monday morning from Min^^neapolis, where they were attending the^republican national convention.
Hon.Walter Cooper, one of tho dele^^gates to the democratic national conven^^tion, left for Chicago Thursday night.
Mrs.Dr. Monroe and son of Butto are^visiting relatives in Boceman.
WillNevitt returned Monday night from^an extended tourof tho eastern states.
KelsonStory' and wife returned from a^six months' sojourn in Southern Califor^^nia Monday night. Their two sons. Bud^and Bine accompanied them from Ogden,^whore they have been attending a military^school.
Rev.Dr. Tower of Helena and Rev. Mr.^Palmer from the East outfitted in Boce^^man the first of tho week and started for^the Yellowstone park, to be gone three or^four weeks.
Maj.W. W. Alderson returned from^Washington Monday after a five months'^stay in the capital.
E.P. Cadwcll, C. S. Hartman and^County Attorney Corkrill were in Helena^a part of the week on business before the^supreme court.
Mrs.Wilcox and her daughter, Mrs.^Jack Fisk, returned to Helena Wednes^^day.
Rev.E. M. Ellis, state Sunday school^missionary of the Presbyterian church, is^here in the interests of the Sunday schools^of the Gallatin valley.
Rev.M. H. Brooks of New York has suc^^ceeded Rev. H. Pattison as pastor of the^Baptist church in this city. He is married,^and his wife has already shown herself to^be an active worker in the church.
ToTamblea Wins the nig Makes Worth^Twenty Thousand Dollars.
Chicago,June 18.^Twenty-five thous^^and people went to Garfield park to-day^to see the Garfield derby run. The purse^is valued at SlW.OOO, of which $2,000 to sec^^ond and $1,000 to third. The incessant^rains of the past few weeks have^kept 4 the track heavy. Twelve^horses started in tlie big event^as follows: Yo Tambien^ Britton^117;^forrigan's entry, Circero^Hoggett^115;^Huron^Overton- 122; Lew Weir^Miller^^128, 7 to 10; Wadsworth^Ray-122. 4 to 1;^Wigbtman^Francis^122,10 to 1; Not us -^Hathaway^122,10 to 1; Gulinda Barnes^^122, 6 to 1; Loudon^L. Jones^122, 10 to^1; Blltien^H. Anderson^125, 10 to 1;^Acra^ Clayton^127, 5 to 1; Falero,^^Tomixdns^122.10 to L
Falerogot off first with Blitcen and No-^tus a head apart. At tho quarter Yo Tam^^bien led by a bead, Gulinda and Not us^close up. At the half Lew Weir led by a^neck. Yo Tambien and Gulinda lapped.^At the three-quarters Yo Tambien was a^neck in front, Wadsworth second and Gu^^linda third. At the mile Yo Tambien led^by a length, Wightman and Huron neck^and neck, Acra coming fast. Yo Tam^^bien won by a length and a half, Wads^^worth second, Acra third. Tho time was^2:40*4. w hich was very good considering^the condition of the track. Yo Tambien^had Iscen heavily baoked to win.
Tlieother races are:
Tliirteeu-sixteenthsof a mile^St. Joe^won, Gilford second, Ora third. Time,^1:41 ^4.
Halfn mile -lohnetta won, Bonnie^True second, Trompeur third. Time,^585*.
Thirtcen-sixteenthsof a mile^ Free^Fight won. Vntclle second. Friday third.^Time, 1:4l'X.
Sixfurlongs^Maggie Brock won, Bessie^Bislnin second, Opagan third. Time.^1:X1X.
Sixfurlongs- Ikih Forrester won. Balla-^rat second. Gay word thin]. Time. 1
Derby.onemile ami a ipiartcr Y'o Tam^^bien won. Wadsworth second, Acra thud.^Time. 1:40^4.
Oo thr xVrnng Ilex.^SaK Asdrkas. June 18.^Tlie stage from^Valley Springs was held up yesterday by a^robber, who demanded the money box.^The box was throw u out ami the- stage^drove on. An iron box containing mo.-t^of the treasure was not scoured by the^highway man.
II.i,K I re in Hun,i! it t II.
SaKFram isi h. .June 18.^The I'nitcd^Stutes steamer Tlietia. w hich has Im-ch en^^gaged in surveying a route for the pro-^posed sulwunrinc cable In Npflssj the Tin^^ted States and Hawaiin Islands, returned^from Honolulu this afternoon.
About100 young Americans availed^themselves of the free baby day at the^Palais stuilio yesterday, to be continued^every Saturday.
Butte'sBall Taans Lous a Oaass ta the
Biscuitshooters.^Kpevtsl Dispatch to the Standard.
Helena,Juno 18.^A* pretty a game of^base ball us one would wish to see was^played here to-day between Helena and^anil Butte. While Helena won by a score^of t'i to it. it was not because of errors on^Butte's side, though two wild throws^helped matters along. Monday pitched a^better game than Capliuger. The latter^was freely hit itsjiho second inning. The^game was witnessed by 900 people and the^good pluys of the visitors were as fre-^queutlv applauded as those of the home^team. The umpiring of Hamilton amused^the usual amount of criticism from tho^crowd, but on the whole his work was sat^^isfactory. The score complete:
Wallnrc.r. f...^Huston, l.f....
lllnnsford,3o.^Siultn. c. f ...^Monday, p
RrcnriHn.e....^Flannery, |J^m^tileasnn, 1st b.^Smith. U Ii^esDiond, If^rsriinger, p..^Harknoss, r r
fjleasuuout for hatting nut of turn.^^MM M HMM
lle'SIIB0 4 0 0 2 0 0 1
Hutte1 0 0 0 0 0 1 i
Knruedruns Helena. 3; liutte, 2.
Twohast- hits^Flannery.
Itase*stolen^llreiiunn,:'; Flannery, 2^son, :i; Smith of itutte, Ibtrkiie^s. bright
iNiutih-playsllritton, CTotty and strotliers,^llliiusfnrd t n isslsted.
buseson halls-by Capllnger 1; by Monday 4,
Struckout- by t aplluger 8; by Monday 10.
Deedof an Angered Lawyer on an Illi^^nois Central Train.
Memphis,June ls.-Judgo John Bright^Morgan of Hernando. Miss., was shot dead^this morning on an Illinois Central train^w hile on his way to Memphis, by Lawyer^Henry Foster. Morgan w as a delegate to^the Chicago convention.
Morganand Foster quarreled over a law^^suit iu which they were the opposing^counsel. Two weeks ago Foster hail^a tliluculty with Morgan's son, hearing of^w hich Morgan gave Foster a caning. They^had not met since till this morning. Foster^boarded the traiu at Aldon, shot Morgan^twice without uttering a word. He sur^^rendered to an officer at the next station.
Repartsof More Trouble la the^lug Cattle Country.^Omaha, June 18^A special to the Hen^from Buffalo, Wyo., suys: A tele-^grain to the sheriff from Sugg^says that Sugg was attacked last^night by 15 or li^ soldiers.^Two soldiers were killed and one citizen^wounded. Help was requested from tho^citicens. The telegram was signed^by Frank Morris, deputy snenff;^Jack Bell, marshal, and Hows, justice of^tho peace. Later information by courier^says that the soldiers arc tiring without^warning. The object of the attack is un^^known.
Cableto Honolulu.
SamFrancisco, Juno 18.^Captain W.^T. Sampson, formerly commander of tho^United States flagship San Francisco at^Honolulu, arrived to-day en route to Wash^^ington. Captain Sampson, speaking of^surveying done by the United States^steamer Thetis for the route proposed for^a cable between the United States and tho^Hawaiian islands, said:
TheThetis left Honolulu two days Im^^fore I did and probably will reach San^Francisco to-morrow. Tho officers suc^^ceeded in laying a splendid line for tho^pro|MJsed cable. Three hundred sound^^ings were made and all were found to Im^very favorable. The deepest sounding^was about three and a half miles. Tho^lino was from Point Conception to Hilo.
KxeggeratedKrports.^Wiknebauo. Minn., June 18.^Reports^of the loss of life and property in the late^cyclone in this vicinity were greatly exag^^gerated. No one was killed within 15^miles of this city, and only one house de^^molished within five miles of hen-. No^children were killed in the school house^at Sherburne: but 12 hurt, none seriously.^Messengers from Wells say only three^were killed in that neighborhood. Evory^point in the path of the storm has been^heard from. A conservative estimate^puts the number of killed at 5 instead of^50, as at first reported. The loss of pro|^-^erty is not near so great as at first re^^ported.
AtBaltimore^11; New York. 10.^At Philadelphia^^; Brooklyn, 3. Sec one^^game^Philadelphia, 4: Brooklyn, 3.^At Chicago^0: Cincinnati, 3.^At St. Louis^2; Louisville, 5.^At Pittsburg^3; Cleveland, 5.
WesternLeague.^At Indianapolis^1; Omaha, 3. Three^innings.
AtFort Wayne^Kansas City game post^^poned.
AtNew York-Princeton. 12; Yule, 2.
aJealous Msgro.
SawFrakcisco. June 18.^A Jealous^negro. Kuoeh Morrison, shot s:id severely^wounded a negro woman and her coin-^paniou iu a street car, then killed him^^self.
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