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FUN AT THE PARK.
CARDIFF AND DONALDSON DON THE GLOYVES. Plenty of Sport for the Boys - John Gelln Engineera the Fun-The Sand Coulee Favorite Wins. The Cardiff combination gave a very clever sparring exhibition at the Park theater last night. At 9 o'clock John Gerin, in a few facettous remarks, intro duced the "Sand Coulee favorite," Frank McLear, and the "pride of Great Falls," Tomy Riley, two small boys who have quite a repute among their fellows in Great Falls for the way in which they handle their "dukes." The "Sand Coulee favorite" was somewhat overmatched in size, but he proved the best boxei and was loudly cheered wheisever lhe planted one on his opponent's nose. At the end of each round lMr. Geriu would allow each to peep in a looking-glass so that he could assure himself that he was not all mangled up. The "favorites" caused much fun, and none seemed to enjoy it more than themselves. There was a lively set-to between Billy Hawkins, who is well-known in Great Falls, having worked on the railroad bridge here, and Shepley, champion of Msontana. Tile "champion," however, was no match for the redoubtable Billy, who kept the audience in a roar with his fistic antics and the manner in which he played with Shepley. The exhibition closed with a set-to between the princi pals of the evening, Patsy Cardiff, the champion of the northwest, and his train er, Prof. Donaldson. The big "uns" were fine specimens of physical manhood and muscular development, and their ap pearance seemed to have the effect of ut terly knocking out all aspirants for local pugilistic honors and the $50 which would be given to any man who would stand up before them for four rounds. As no one accepted the challenge, Cardiff and his trainer gave a six-round exhibition of the manly art of self-defence. Cardiff proved the more nimble on his feet and pursued the same same tactics which has enabled him to come of victorious in so many battles, that is, of striking and then jumping away. The entertainment throughout proved very satisfactory. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. [From Wednesday's Daily.] Hanks & Atkinson's office is nearly fin ished. Mr. Kern has prepared a contour map for the city grades. Mrs. Wetzel returned today from Fort Benton, where she has been visiting friends. Every train from the east brings in a large number of people to take up land and make for themselves a home with us. Mr. Nalbach is selling off his men's furnishing goods, in order to give all his time to his tailoring business, which is growing. Judge Huy ordered Fanny (colored) to return a watch which she had taken and pay costs. She said she took the watch as money was due her. Ernest Ringwald, county clerk of Cas cade county, came In last night on his way to St. Paul, where he will be married on the 21st inst. to a charming Minnesota girl.-Helena Record. The books for the Cascade County Ab stract company arrived yesterday. The system is that known as Walton's which is recognized throughout the tmnted States as the only standard, and is In use by all leading abstract companies in Chic ago, San Francisco and other large cities. The books are at Hanks & Atkinson's, which place will be the headquarters of the company. In local railroad circles it is known that a company has been formed to build a line fromHelena to the Canadian border. The road is to touch Sun river, but keep clear of Benton. Hauser is in this scheme, which is a Northern Pacific pro ject. A company called the Fort Benton Construction company has been formed to deal in Canadisa coal. It is an offshoot of the railroad company. John Gerin has come from atemporary visit to Helena, where he and Davenport have been playing to big houses and good business. He was to have played as "Myles na-Coppoleen" in the celebrat ed Irish play, but gave up the engage ment to come here with Patsy Cardiff and Donaldson, who arrived here this after noon and will give a sparring exhibition tonight at the Park theatre. The hop mn Klngsbury hall last evening was a most enjoyable one. There was not that crush as at the previous dance, but plenty of room for everyone to enjoy to the fullest the excellent music fur nished by Prof. Race's orchestra. Prof. Beggs elicited many encomims for the graceful and affable way in which he performed the functions of prompter, and all wera much pleased by the intro duction of the new figures in quadrilles. John Gerin says that the ministrels wwho are coming under the auspices of John Maguire are simply immense. 'They carried Helena by storm and had crowded houses during a three days' en gagement. Mr. Gerin says they will play in the Park theatre so as to avail themselves of the stage fixtures which could not be placed in another hall ex cept at considerable expense. He says that John Maguire sends greeting to liis friends here and wishes them to give the minstrels a hearty welcome. A certain witty (?) personal in the "Morning Daily Obscenity" has excited comment only because of its indecency. Such attempts at wit would be more ap preciated in the columns of some White chapel sportingpaper. The long suffer ing people of Great Falis would cordial ly recommend its author, who never mis ses an opportunity to display his innate vulgarity, to a position on such a paper as offal reporter. Such nauseating squibbs seem to be morsels in the mouth of the aforesaid dispenser of nastiness. It is needless to say that we refer to the item concerning the return to this city from Washington of a respected citizen. Some salaries which concern Cascade county officials are fixed as follows in the fee and salary bill which is now passing through the legislature. The salaries of clerks of district courts are to be $1,000 per annum. County commissioners may in their discretion appoint one or more deputies, who shall receive $100 per month. Tihe mileage of sheriffs is reduc ed from twenty to fifteen cents per mile. The saltry of county attorneys is $800 per annum. Probate judges are to re ceive $800 per annum. Countytreasurers in counties having an assessed valuation of $4,000,000 and not more than $7,000, 000, are allowed a deputy for six months in the year, and in counties having more than $7,000,000 assessed valuation the treasurer is allowed a deputy the year round. The deputies of both classes are to be paid $100 per month. County asses sors are to receive $1,500 per annum, ex cept in counties not having more than $1,000,000, where the salary is fixed at $1,000 per annum. Patsy Cardiff of Minneapolis the pugi list, who arrived here this afternoon Is tall and sturdy, and tinus the beam at 190 pounds. He expectsto come down to 175 or 180 pounds for his finish fight with the dusky Jackson of San Francisco, whom he has never seen, but feels confi dent of his ability to down him on short notice. Cardif's great forte is his long reach. He started in to do battle at the age of 10 years, when he whipped Jim Good. On the 10th, of this month he will be 26 years old. The ,nly man who ever bested him was Killen, of Duluth. He met him twice; the first time he whip ped Killen, and the secondl time the order was reversed in a battle which lasted over an hour. Killen has since refused to meet him again. After he met Sullivan, during which encounter the champion broke his arm, they drew up orticles of agreement for a fight and Sullivan failed tr come to time after both parties had signed. He fought seven rounds with Charley Mitch ell at Minneapolis wiich was decided a draw with Cardiff having much the best of It. During last January he met Paddy McDonald, of Minneapolis, and James Fell, of Duluth, and Knocked both of themn out five days apart. He has a fine pugilistic record and his many admirers are sure that he will leave San Francisco with laurels. Patsy Cardiff and Donald son come here under contract with John Gering who wants all the boys to turn oat and sae the fun. John Gerin himself is in town. [From Thursdsy's Daily,) Dr. Brown has been released on bail. See the Montana Central's offer for the Ovid Musin performances. The office holders are happy because the salary bill has been passed. There is a good deal of talk about the Helena and Canada railroad which is not to touch Benton at all. The Milwaukee house will be the scene of a grand ball on Monday next. This ball will be given in honor of St. Patrick's day, which will be celebrated this year on the 18th. Judge Dyas says that Benjamin Rum ney, who has been made stock commis sioner for Cascade, is one of the best cow men on the range. He is liked by his own men and is popular with the public. General manager Shelby announces that the Montana Central will make one fare for the round trip to the Ovid Musin company, who play in Helena to-morrow (Friday) for a party of 15 or more. The tickets will be good to Friday and return Saturday. Patsy Cardiff went away well pleased with the sportsmen whom he met here. He says that Sullivan may not fight Kil rain after all. The Cardiff party were well entertained at Bob Gray's restaurant last night. They stayed at the Park, where they were courteously treated and made feel comfortable. The Park theatre has been changed for the minstrels who will be here to-morrow under John Maguire's auspices. Many gentlemen who will take ladies have se cured tickets for this show. Everything about it will be select and refined. There will be no smoking in the theatre. The boxes have also been removed. Let there be a big turn out. John Sinclair was called upon yester day to decide whether certain fish which Mr. Kennedy had received from St.Mary's lake were pike or pickerel. Mr. Murphy said it was pickerel. Messrs. Downing and Hamilton said it was pike. Mr. Sin clair decided that itwas pike. It is sup posed that there is a confusion of names and that each may be right from his own point of view. Dr. Crutcher is receiving congratula tions on his success. It was supposed that the council would hold over the nom inations, for a new governor. But the council very wisely resolved not to carry partisanship so far. The appointment of Dr. Crutcler meets with professional and public approval. Governor Leslie has again shown his fairness in thus recog nising northern Montana. Why Women Faes. Women lose their beauty because colds undermine their life. Dr. Acxaer's Eng lish Remedy for Consumption is an absolute cure for colds. Lapeyre Bros. Northern Minnesota grown seeds at La peyre Bros. Chamberlain's cough remedy is famous for its prompt and effectual cures of coughs and colds. The most severe cold may be loosened and relieved by a few doses of this valuable remedy. For sale by Lapeyre Bros. There is no danger in giving Chamber lain's cough remedy to children, as it contains no injurlous substance; besides it is unequalled for colds and croup. Children like it. For sale by Lapeyre Bros. tle.h Cows for Sale. Cas load gentle, fresh milch cows, will sell separately if desired. S. M. DODD. Summons. In the district court of the Fourth Judicial Dis trict of the Terrritoryof Montnn, is end for the county of Cascade, Edwin D. iastis plaintiff, vs. Grant B, MoKean, defendant. Thepeopleof the Territory of MOnta send Yreeting to the above named defendant: o ehreyrgb t'appear ian on tion brought ginst yon by tle above named plain tiff inthe ldistrit nart of the FoUlrth Judicial district of the Territory of Montana, in and for the Conty ofl Cascade, and to answer the com. plaint filed therein, within ten days, (exclusive of the day o service)after the service on you of this summons ifservedwithin this count, or if served out of this county but in this disteri within twenty days; otherwise within fortydays or judgmen by default will be taken agains, yon, eserdeng ttothe prayer of said compisint. Th said alction is brouht so recover the sum of ten hundred and l.fty-seix dollars, balance due upon a certain promissory note now due from defendant to plaintiff as al set out and deesribed in commlnait to whie. relrence is hereby madewith interest on said balnanefrom September 1lth. 1888, at 1 per cent per month and with interest on whole of said su of said note from August esat, 1888, until Septemer 10th. 18880, at same rate. Also to recover the samn of one hundred and fifty dol lars due from defendant to plaintiff npon a ue tain promiseor note set out and described in the complaint filed in the action to which reference is here made with linterest at the rate of pr cent per month from August 14th, 188 Also ta recover the sum of two hundred ad fifty dollar, which said amount was paid by laintff to on Jasob Swaiiner on Jaauary 2d, .: atdefendent'a special instance andremnest, which remains now due and unpaid, with interest at the rate of 10 per ent per annum from January 2d, 1885 . And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to d sslnatarnhe appear and answerthe said complaint, as above requird, the said plaintiff will take Ijdgenment aeint you fo tlet aggregate sam o fourtesa hundred and lftyo.sl dolls.e t ther wimath interest as above set on nd deman ded in plaintiff's complalnt. Oivan undeer myhanndsasd sf the Dlstrst Conrt of the Fourth Judicial District of the Tritory of Montane. i and for the county o Cascade sthis 8th day of January, in the year of o Lrd one thousand eight hundred a si hkty-nine, teans.. W. . M OCKBILL Clerk_ Taen & BLs I '. A. minowald' Deputy TAiLOR Lewsh Atty® oro laintifU. First publication .'eb, l, 1880. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This Powder never varies. A marvel of purity than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, altom or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL. BAKING POWDER CO., 107 Wall street, New York. St. Patrick's Ball -AT KIBBEY, - ON Monday Eve., March 18. COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTB : Matt Nolan and Dan McIntyre. COMMITTEE ON. INVITATION: Pratt Sween Matt Foley, C. P. Downin Joe Hamilton, Pete May, Charles Crawford. Charlea Barrhard J L. Neihart, Dan MeNell. Fred Stevens, like Hayes, H. C. Foster, J. L. Dann, Wm. Larkin Will Seifred, Joseph Lessard, Joseph Lavoie, Pete Weloome, T. A. Waell, W. G. Stark, 0. Fergus, P. H. Hghe, Loeis Goslin, J. C. Campbell. COMMITTEE ON MUSIC: John C. Lilly, H. L. Deaoombes, Chas. Cogs well FLOOR MANAGERS: J. C. Bundy, M. C. Larkin, Pete Rush. COMMITTEE ON RECEPTION: J. A. Benoit, John Thomson and Owen Fergus. Great Fall Qnuadrille Band in attendance. Tickets, including supper, $2.50 ST. PATRICK'S GRAND BALL MILWAUKEE HOUSE, -oN Monday, March 18th. A Grand Ball will be gien by the pro prietors of the Milwaukee House In honor of the inimortal patron saint of Old Erin. All friends of the Emerald Isle, Thoe first Isle of the Ocean And the first Gem of the Sea," Are invited to grace this anniversary ban quet with their presence. Tickets, $2.50, including Supper $15 CASH! And the balance in 11 monthly installments, buys a fine Residence Lot N0x160 feet, in the Black Eagle Falls ADDITION. Now ready in "FAIRVIEW" ADDITION. LOTS FROM $100. Settlers Located on Public Land Barnes & Collett, CENTRAL AE., - GREAT FALLS SGoatte en .8sore this .b Now orae econckand8hene W.(. seore.e to 9i; o White Leg Hense, White Chin .. etAd e, J.S. MACO.MNER CO,, St. Cheane. 1ine. gROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION. - Office Chief Quartermaeter, Department of kote, Saint Pan, Minn. February; 7; 189. healed proposals, in tripRiate, for theen labor re cored in occnetcne one dolen aný one singe set of omoers nexters, at Fort 8u frd, D. T., will be reoeivec at this e [e or l e of the Post Qortermaete eatn ort Bnford, nDr, nateil noon. March iT80, 1889, and opened .in - iately nfterwards In the nrceence of bidders. The bovernment reervee theright to reiectwny or aU bids, Plans and spreoioatione m seen end tebllftorma f tropoele white fdts l sttcteonse to tiddere thd, on eppRoaon toth e PostQamn aten ertFort BloD. Teottet oie. Ar, Chif. arterma rte Q Aermater, U, S. Aency, Chin] Qnnretecceter. AN ELEGANT New Line of 0 EC A TS ! Just Received AT HARRIS, The Clothier. GREAT FALLS. - - HELENA. Powers & Trigg, Furlniture Store. HAVE IN STOCK ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. Our business is conducted on a square basis and at LOW PRICES. We also have a carefully selected stock of UNDE RTA K ERS'. GGOOS, and give prompt attention to funeral calls. Eambalming in,all its abranches carefully and neatly executed. Our motto is: "To as oN Tras." First NationaJB25k OF HELENA, MONT. Paid-Up Capital - $500,000 I Surplus and Profits . $880,000 Ipdividual Deposits $2,300,000 I Government Deposits 100,000! 8. T. HAUSER, President, A, J. DAVIS, Vice-President E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier, T. H. KLTIT SCJq IT,. Aes't,Qa h. AUSSOQL&TUI BANES: FIRST NATIONA, Fort Be._.P.M, ~uts, MISSOVLA NATIONAL, Missoulsa,,ontana. FIRST NATIONAL, Butte,; MontranL' A General Ban kiqr Business Transacted; H NALBACH, L.ading Merchan Taler, OF NORTHERN. MONTANA. Just Received ; New QQ opd,, o. tS .'An Summer Olothes. Sonnl~I St., bet, Gpoal and First, Ava. orth. F . wWAITeE, -DEALER IN Furniture, Parlor Goods MATTRESSES, BEDDING, ETC. E. 11. LIN G A , N "." . ... " 81 , roceri ne, Dy aodsh, afl General Merchandise The Best Prices always paid for ,rain and Qo.untryPlrdu~ps W. G. 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