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HfMTtII umv be anticipated tlmt the con^iptfatofa will attempt a wdnctiT* nine.^SniuM twelve yearn nan, when th^ jnnior^( liotenu contity member Bret came to Mon^^tana, n party of cowboyH initiated him into^, the mvKterieeof h uiidiii|iht ^curlew hunt,
Mantlemen Appear Confident Though i in ^hich Mr. Hoaidumn officiated ai chief
banter, The dotien of that poaition oon-
TheyAre Not Boasting of^Their Chances.
ARun/or that Mantle May Yet^ha Frozon Out by a^Combine.
HIM'din Ix'ini; wcreted in a lonely ennlee^holunikC on open Hack jaat behind a^lighted torch, while shrill note* were^Mown on a bird rail held^between tlio tech of the hunter.^I lie balance of the |iartv were auppoaed to^devote their tneritieH to driving cirlewa in^the direction of the rin. f. Mr. rtonrdnmn^faithfully |m-rforinedhiH allotted dutiea for^tin space of about two hours, wuen hut^iWpiniona reappeared and auptioKted it^w.ih a bad niKbt for curlews. The hunt^wiih iioi.tponed until the next nifht. when^Mt. li i.iidinan was invented with the name^dignified oiliee hh before, Thie distinction^RMM4 for him the name of ^Curlew Jack.^^by which he la known to this few, It is^rumored that n hunt, equally aa futile, will^ie uiaile for democratic pUM the latter^TlN lol by i f the r.i'uioiiolitan -ens tilled ;^.ut of the week, and from his past NeaH^kaat niaht with uolitieab.*- KislaJors and1 here is every probability that the junior^^MOWl^^^^,^ ,|llH neml^,r for f.-hoteau county will lie tLe
Have to Say Abhut^It uill lie Set-
Virapuller-. It was button- lioitnv^comer and hobnobbing in t V^^^email hours of tblHflt tbl^**'^ ' ''. ^'
leieM,d Mil seeker- and their tri
'ii,tuiiuouHchoice for chief of tlienaun.
THEMINKS 0F MONTANA.
ItII rn M rw^-i^a^s. ^ ^ 1 .
KMbar which is hcldo;n liculeeted w * ^ j**^ I The Zosel Dl.lrlel In I leer l.o^lKe County
iticnuHaro nrourid, did uot thrive vl' j i
theirbusiness la-t evening Appareu, ^'j Work on the Deer LnlKe Mining and^MMMM wae lookinn after some one MM, Sin. It H)g ronip:uiT*ri prop, rty in the Zoscl^^ind Manlte uppearisj to be the general oh- ,|, Vnrt |g peagtMang nicely, nays the Sil-^Ject ol w.lioitotis interim, ilia lieatenanta j V(.r Stute, and n uew body ^if ore hus be. |^v.i n very hn.-y drivuiK the last nails in Ihh ll ;,0l'. wed. Shipments will lie kept up tins^Mices. Mantle with a confidi n'. siiiiie for ,vlIlt,,.~, after which time the ^MgMppCU-^^vervoiie. moved alMiut from ^ioup to iiroii|i i |M,H,.4 u, estublish works of its own. The^i.i.d tliscus-ed tl.c eituetion Irorn different rli-trict K' Haiti to lie ruort promising. In^^UadpoiBtfc His iii MM ni'lirMi d Mint he ! tb, glhrer i'.'rmni envelopment* are at ill ga-^baa the prentcst confidence of defeating 11 mjj ^u in Cjo old abaft. The (my streak^other west siu. ,-| i : ^. Theft would be Iv ft ries 1Mb aif tu IW inches and Riven , vi-^i.othmo Hiupr.aini: in hia own MMl14mmat widening. The pay ore in the^f,lt it v,..s lunioreil afeOvf last Moantnin l.iutn in four fm t wide and it^i veninn that a cowl-ir- was beinu fornnd \ s|h.ii^I ;ind a.uiued wijb ruby dw. While^to la* Imu out .It the e iicos t
L'ht. It is
Ho)mull wfao Will bewlei't il to I, i d tlie^forcea ngailiet hi in nor are the plana fnllv^di velopi-d for mekitiK a determined 00H^bine taM iifainst him. It IH Ittdtl MB*^auleralion last IITMliM Ml H is said that^llie (^ouch nidi are at the bottom of it.^White, who la regarded as Manth'm atroni:-^i I opponi.nt. is no' ibMriaf any |M^I
tNMth. tmmkn witter of the rmmp
bhi- . Bn| WiBf and iMUlm Hrowii are^(^TUliiu I i ^ eandidacv, but nppaietitlv no^one is doini! Ill ctlectivu work M him.^Hontiefs tiame is hnrllvmore than iinn-^tioned. Couch isstill in the rin^. without , ejil^tuoefa ehMCM ol wiiiiiiim. Mantle is count- ! I^u.fee, ncretury.^iiiL'on hisbeuli iiaiit-forthe line work. Iheir^netivitv was verv noticeable hist even n^.^'I berc in,iv Ie- a sensation to dav should ^
Urn[Bar Whit^tnc out atrium us ii can-
didate.MaJltte'l men may ti^ W him at^tlM lutter'- rupiest as White is the only re-^publ c.iii who lias any ililluetice over Man
e\e,llent i,ie Ii i. bvcii taV en I ^in t Ins mine^h i. i- ni'vei beliaro bn n .omul in so larye n^body. The MgMlMM c unpanv's uiine is^improving with de\elo|^meut and never^looked ho well as lW pu s* lit.
HafMktionsurebeinij made to commence^nctive work on tie pnpiity of tin- New^St .ti Mining i oiri|^iiiv. near the Keystone.^Sun l(i-e, the ii, w uiminKuhiu|. at tlie head^. I UtBdMBM uulch, is making an excellent^hhowni).'. Imm cIkiiuh Unit may be termed^minis are tin- llil'llowar, Viola and Sun^Klse. I lies, clanua are Mag worked by u^comp '.nv, w ith .Mr. I1 atteli aa sii|^ i intend- j^T'r.jik liuifett, (.resident, and .ludm i^pro|KTtieH are very^lu ll in native sliver and an now h^ imi de-^velo|ieU Hi a busineni BMUMMti T he Itutcuer^IlioH. inaile an evci II (lit diaeoveiy winch is^known us the I rones.. Tucy are working it^and are on a line lead.
Thirehave lain two meet, ti|ra of the^trustees of whe Chnmpion iniiiiu^ oompMf
tlirAi they used to skin mules to^i titer duiinu the pt-l tw. days. The bUHHiesH of^tin re is a bond of svinpatby between tin in. | the mt i tinu Was nut muni d, but we are lu^^ll Mantle cannot In it Couch htawM helfoin.i il MM order were made Unit Will^mav Is t Ii.iii with White or rather help greatly benellt the ad^UH of tlio coiupaiiy.^Wl ite's fi n-tids to wi i tin- en.ply bauble. ^ The boiet of the Mildred IB completed
TheOnMh folbMrlag m qtwt yealarnaT I and work of nBlorHMi mummmL l ue
iiwintitiL;the riltirn of the big chief and ^,,,^. |^ hi tine ooiiditiuii, buv.iiy a line had^Htandin : Ill rcadnusH to carry out hiK or | (,, WofK on,
idrs. 1 h^ y me not oonfldeut of lieiatina^Mantle UuumA tln v chaise Um with all
thecrime* on tha ^nlaetder in alphabet lea I^orih r. T In v n yard l.iiu as a denioii. Tbeil^ranks wire not reintorced bv last nicht'e^nrriv ilsand the Mantle men MMM that the^etMire Ooaah foltoWMNJ is now on tbeprotiud.^T he .Muni le men do not mj much about s %
Coiiclii ^cepl that he is a man of violent i ^.. ,1
ptijiidici s and has bull Imposed IBN h)^political vainpircH. They were veiy Im-v^yesterday, but were not especially obli ti-.vi .^'i'liev cl'illll thev ire bellio lied about over^which thev show matt MeWfa I hev Mi-^life, however, to kceptlieir tempers and are^fafy food natured, conaidei on; tin situa-^tioti. Win ti told about Couch's threats to
taahtha party If Mantle it elected, Uwj
attackMr. Couch's politleal record and isk
Ills bent friends to ]HUUt to It With pnd ^.
'Ihev claiiii that Couch waa in KllKlund
Auwiithe Carter eleetiun, and Ibatthe
Thesituation in the (ioa|^el Mountiun^coiitinuer to improve, mm h to the aatialnc-^Uoii ot tue ui.uiy atoclvlmidera.
acretary of his companv, who was on 111^Silver Ron committee, resigned his^place on eaaaitriiui instructioiis to help^the detBOenitiC t icket. and that despite this j^fiat Silver Itow coiintv went republican bv^l.'XI. On the other hand MM siythat^when Cimelt was at home in the late i Ice^tion. Carter L-ot less than lilty m ijority^Hiul the head of the ticket was beaten out |^ofthjht. Tlie iuiplicatioii is that Coinih is^n houeVai to the I ^publicaui.. I In Mantle^men also assett tint four yeara ayo, winch^wastheotlh t line Mr. Couch ever appealed!^in Montana politics, he was on the ticket '^for the territorial council and resigned a^Week le fole eh ctloll. John M i .'llire, who
wassubstituted, waa defeated bv iadae
DeWolfe,and thus the republicans lout the^territorial council. The Mantle n en point^to the aei vices of the pally iwm1 in llutte^and to Mailth s ^|sisdu a. with I'nwer and^Carter B evident if Mantle's loyalty and
JeaVraaa^ ^ I .
hafton the l.nlu, m the Willow^the iiot dder Afe, is^uowu ileal.y a hululied Icet aiul the vein is^showing up very Unely. The owners have^been oil. li d for the ore o D the dump,^but t iniik it worth a kihhJ bmj more. A^p,^ltv repieHentlu^ some Kn^lish capitalists^ib examining the piMpt-rtv with it view to its^pun base, and it is probable a Hale will be^rmaenniejMlted K. S. Kelly, formerly of^Klkhoi'ii, is in charge of the mine. Watt r^has com- into the Uuby mine, in the Low^^land diatrict, to such an intent aa^I to stop work tor the pristnt.^I he owners will llnllli Jiately ( on -^meiicc a -liKI-foot tunin I which will
eMMtf! in ^^tin i d
Hon.I^. t)^pass-d t bn i i
st'artar ih Mantle's eolid
tapthe Vein at a depth of alwiut ,^JO feet,^ilMM lIlalBiag it for that depth. In the^MaatttMee a pump mav be put in above and^work resumed in sinkum ^^d takjni; out^ore. but tins is not \i t acttliil. A few men^a in st ill at win k running drill s and luukuiK^ot 111 1 devehipuif uta.
I.oiiisI'binsoii was over from WirkesSuu^day w it ti some very line specimens of ore^I nan the Hoy lode, on whlcn he ;tud I'rot,^OaTUMI have baM working. T bey Me down^atiollt twenty five feet aud have Tl Kl\ lout^vein of tine palMMl and coppi r ore and hu\e^not fuuud the - end wall.
J.It. Coi, of Miaaoula, in at the Grand
\\in. Wmif of TowiiKOud, ia paying tbi^i Ulltal a visit.
Ueii.Cbiis. rl. Warren came over from^BaMa yes, rday.
fash, o| Ilea Mahl - . lown. I S. Gordon, of Milea City, came in on the^I, :l: - c ty on Kn'.nday on Ins N. I'. yeatiiau.'.^Mq to W.isln. k on, where he will spend a 1 Mrs. r. huweit, of I.ivinKdon, is n |Mat^tew Bjaatta, Hi ih one of the hatt known i ^f ^K^ ^*r',,u^ *'^ '^^^^^and ejaal tataaatia] democratic h id. rs in I c^^| 'i'-^'''^'^^^^'^'^^ ^ K^'-8'^lown, Dariaa tie OtoaaUBe] ^dminletra ! ^^^l,,ih'^la^ .
.. . , m ,W. 1 . ( ramei and w ife, of Laurel, tile
Maahe waa I nitc.l States di Uriel attorney. I vjHltlll,, ,^ tllt. ,.ltv
Cone,p.niK the i.cnt election ,r. his st,te. h. A. Miller arrived in town from I bj^Mr. Tmm aaya: ^We belli\e that Iowa S,udy huiiday evciniiti.^has conic to the deiuocracv to Mav. \ ou Hon. V. S. Wbitiiic. of Junction, is st ^i -^a,ie the republican party in mil state ia ill p u^ at the Mercuuula hotel.
badebape, The democratic Uabal wan iaa*Ceadayiaf0aarLaalge^ataaileifeaaj
elisM,d In canae the pop!,'wanted a npe.d the west yeaierdav af termain.^of the prubiblton laws. Th* republic ,na Ginuville Ktnaril. of Maiden, reuiatercd at^have the luiiid. line on H Joint ImIM. . theCi^tin..|a.lithU yeateidny fwniu^;.
th is. I'lerson aiul K. .1. I'nye. prouunent^miniU ^ o.i li. are in from Wallace. Idaho,
thaaajhthe senate ia ii tic. Now. if the^republican leu'i-l t 'M do not eaeial in n-^pealing the iiiiiiomouh lawn, tlnv will^^utaayasiae tie msec of votara aba^elertrd Uofaiaor Baita, If Ibay Ca^a-sist in this work, the prohibi^^tionists a-bo hive heretofore worked^wti, tharrpabllo na will Uata Ikatpartj^inid.u; bv ihaiui Ses, so eoa ape thm^tha rapabtieana will i^ losers in attbai
11'ti'.I ucti. it^nt- t ir If refmni is j;row^lag to an extent that la al inuiti.; to the re^^publican I tillers, nud, of CoUlae, tile Uemo-
critic party fat aeitiag the ben, lit of that.
V\eli ne atendily n .laced n pub lean major^Mil a year l^\ year until thie year tee Beau red^a victorv thst s, nt a thrill to i veiy den;^crnt c healt m the state. We bava , very
PotlidellCe thill loW4 lllS SlVKll..- lilt, tile
OfferTheir Entire Stock of
KowIi'm'lash Store will chise at l|ti in. dtiriuR^JaLtiar) at.d tfaaraarf*
Allmembers of the battery are requested^to me, : nt the ukuiiI place ou Monday even^^ing. I lee. Ik), to niiike final arrangements fur^oUl ^i 'i.o New Year's ball.
It.A. Cmio, Captain.
Swan Hoi.muo, l'irst Sergeant.
\bDONALD DriNlfUBB- Mr. A. ^rtTiiaalil
lopalarcaterer of threat Kail*, was uD.te.1 in
iinirrtm'-at ^ o'clock ^e^tenia\ niiiur to
Mi--Mary Diuntitom. of the same pUee. Tlie^eereniony 1,sik pla*-^ at the Catholic ehurcli.
,i.M. Tbompaaa and T. M. Wright, of
Lit.in.si on. ale quests of the Coamo|Hilitan,
I.r. iioyie, Jaa, Dariaaaaa and lines^Caunoa, ol Batta, an a* tin Onuei Oaa-
t'apt.i.vona Mhl .1. I^. ,l, nlis, of llutte. 1^cuieoiei troni tie ban n.initio caiu;1 yes- )^I May.
iolHIF. Cowcn and .las. A. i.ilb .(, ,.f
Batta,arrived in tue city yeetorday mul are 1
attin OrUki Central.
All.n M. LsHterly. ota of the oldtuieiH. I
ataela buai taaaVabarg yesterday, and is i
ucuest nt the Melchaiils.^l)r. Uaaigbrod eaaw over fn.ui Warm
ROOM5 D1BI BLOCK,
on^^Main St., Near Lyndale Ave.,^^at^^$55 PER FRONT FOOT.
at the Low Price of^^$100 PER ACRE.
WHITE,,J( IHNSTON'R A CO.^Bool S L'aioa Bkxk, Pool ^f Broadway
t\ .^ Uaaardiug BpriDtt*. Uacr Lodge cauity, ycetatday, aaa^Mr, PiueS s .td: is a gai st of the Uaaaopotnaaa
Mr.and Mrs. A, N. Mieriuan, of Livir,'..^I c, t ,\, d Irmn the park coiintv s,at raa
t.rday ami arc n Kiatvred at the Uraad t. n
Zed.Daaiela, an old Inner, and fornurlv^I.op, i an with \..u.: n meoiber ol tha (rateraiti ,.f a. o'^ on the I^^ah ,.f the grooml v-i y,||,twatoaa,eaaiaaafrooi UTtagatouyra^tcrday, and is a gaWN of the Uraod I i i.tnil.
11,i' piatiy frn lids ,,f l*rof. I.ilwaril H. -^Will regret to b arn that he is laid np with^an attack of iiionnt iin f^ v, r at Ht.Feter'l
boapital,In conarqaenoe af this the ,-veu-^ii,c ataattag of lua tagbyg class win be.
theeoidcf1 ithis stat
Thellani n ull aiooraay is taakiaga gb^^riow ti i.t againei (rnaa and conapiraey,
Ii.i e.uit'st lias aw..ki lled lln : lii.t. -t Irj.
t,at in all parte of ti e aoontre, Darooa^rratia ryra are anna yoa aad dvuiocmtic^^tau ktfelaa and
lion'Igtaa up one
I-v. tnkin. I'M -lai d st 11 to your eh,,^with ^ii aggtvaaive front and yoa will win^lliiefjgbt, I hope your leaders will nut^lliinkofcoiiiproni,su ,ir cotuH saiou m any^f..i a,, \cn if [bare ih the aligbtaei ebanaa ot^npub loan fraud dafaatiag yon, l feel aa '^aarad that vi u will ^.nn th.- (all rowiraiol^your Gatobar victorv. but if conapin cy^^hnaldbavan abort lived iriauiph the 1 -s
ofi 00 deui'H rat ic I luted Stale- ^i nat rs is ,
ini Uing in aomparlanai to the si net aad un-^liachiag uaintaaanoa of the pueiti n
alreadyriuhtfnlly MetUBad by the HOBtnBa^deii.ocr icy. W hen a man who is m the
riL'htrette.its fnan his poaitioa f a the - ika^of a few temp nil baaaBta, people are vary I^apt to look upon the cbaage aa a partial
confessionthat Le has been In the WtaUgi^ 1
d' lacy, loeb ^ co.^Real Estate,
Whileno t, in s ,.f the s ipretne court cm
beirranged ai til the UgialalivadiMaalty is
atttlid.the ^oaatitpUaa provides that this i^court shall unit on tin
Jaanary, \ terra ot the court will there)oca^begin on Monday, January
Ihi it, ut.
Threefurnished risniia. Hiiths. hot and
cold,i hie block Iron M.un at re, t.
Threefurnished ris'ins. llatbs. hot aud^cold. One block from .Main street.
roua Ita m,^JOTTIXOli ABOUT TOWN.
AFort Henton correspondent writes as^follows: 1 he Hon, J. M. Ho.rdtnan. jtiniot^republican ri preaent itive of OtataH coun^^ty, paid a HyiiiK visit to bis iiuitlnrn home^a few days since and deliyhtid his n publi^^can fri, nils w 1th the information that the^balloting for I lined States Bella tori would^ooouaeMean Wedaeaday, It waaabH^ Inti-
mat,d that niiui, diatelv after acco i.pli-li^^mit this object, steps would be ta into at-^cure the presence of democratic men,In rs.^ao that the what la of leg! llalkm could work^without friction. The means to be adop'cd^^ o attain this end were not disclosed, but
fromaerial a Incidantala Mr. iioardiuau's
Inthe ballot at the Sisters'fair for the^i. t Monday in most popular vouiii! laUi. the bitllot waa^MID for Miss J|. Nnirle. instead of so-j.as^elated in yesteidny's UIMtrUDnt, Mias^Nagli racaivad the grafteat number of vveea,^Tasnayara have i^ en getting to the front
prettylively dariag the month ot Decem^^ber, and I insurer Harden reports roQOiPta^tlnm lar nt |1U,7W, with |40,000 yet to^come in. end only two diiya m which to pay^Bp, It will take' lively work to HWM i.^ci ip's and take in the sun ^^f f (H.lttti in the^spice of time allotted, but Mr. Harden ia^lullv equal to the titak. he liavimr taken in^' !.i Qp on the l.isi day of yrace while city^treasurer.
Threefurnished rismis. Haths. hot and^cold. Gue block troui Main street.
ROOMSLD and ^1 GOLD BLOCK.
Bargainsin All the Additions.^Cheap Adjacent Acre Property.^Largest Property List to Select^From.
RepresentBest Insurance Com^^panies.
LossesPromptly and Satisfac^^torily Adjusted.
Farmand Ranch Loans a Spe^^cialty.
\ WOOD, |^i COAL,^IRON,^LEAD.^COPPER.^SILVER.^GOLD.
On .ZL11 C_ar
Ladies'Misses' ^ Children's^n
Weare Overstocked and Must Sacrifice in Order to Closo^before the Season is Over. Buy while the Tide is Sweep^^ing Out such Seasonable Goods. Call and See what we^are Obliged to do.
Weare Fully Prepared for the Holidays with a Big^Assortment of Suitable Goods.
MitchellFarm ami Spring W,i2,'on^.^Fine Bleighs, Harness, Lap Robes,
Bells,Curtate*, Buggies, Ovrts, Etc.
Isthe Natural Center^of this Enormous^Wealth.
ForDnrgams in Miea^^nl;i rroporty go ti
turnerlluirlns Ate A Main !^t
TheComing Manufacturing fen of the Korthwest!
Situatedoh Elaratad Plateau North of i!u^ Miss^)uri river, onpoelta Uia^k^Bagla Fall*,
Thietown baa juet boaa laid off nd Plattad into L^-i^. vrbiofa era now offered^at exoeadimib Modarata i ti,
ItidJoiaa the e^fouod. ,if tha Boaton ami Montana Company, on which will lie^ereiti-il their IminanM plant (^ r thair b me Iter, Retioery una * opper M^nttf--ct^^ry.^rbaee aorka v. ill giva oonetant euiploymaDt t^ 11 o laanda of nan, and oonetltuta a
pafi,anant eourf nroaparit) lor tha loan of N'orth Croat Patla, Tin- loan ia
eoeituatedthat It will daritra grant nd inoreaeins ban*lite tioni tha imiaaiwai^(aotoriaa thai arill aeak the groat antar power al thia point on tha MJeeouri riear,
Iiis enrrouadad l^v u nngnSioenl ngrioulturnl region. Cn.il and Iron nro
foiitnlin iibiniii.iiit ,)uearifT*i^ k \, :tbln a f,-^ mil, s. 'i'lu^ ^ ^:n;^;.^*i.m o( th* Kalhnrt
branch,now undartonatnictioa, will irithia n taw aiontha, mtnoej this town with^tlie rich mineral titaYi* ^f the N'eiharl and neighboring diatricte, and ihe i'Xt^nsion^of the Manitoba rafffoad will epetdiljf re. det U ^ Carat d'Alena region tributary t^^^North OraM Fulls.
lUkioueanaa daninoroaatha Mieaimil oppoaita Korth Grant Path will be com-
platadby ^^*^|it,^nil^er BMt, nt an mpro\ui.aU i o.--t ^f t,..i^'.^1|. /iv .1;: m its r^^^ll6t^n^^-
tlon^QploynMt for a larga nuu.Lvr of bob, and raodaring available an immense
Theworkshop* of tlio llrnton and M ir.tar.a CVanpnay, to be buHl during the^C^.iiiug ee.wvn, ^ill cive eraployment to n sruaK nrmy of men find Iw the eau.so of^an exitetid'iuro appr mehinif a million dollarn To ootnpette the dam and the^workahopa by tin' time oontiemnlatexl will aaoaaaitate a itrenng th^ urom.d with
v.orkti.etiDMB the Uvinninu of February next fur the I.rtlnii^^^^ of tin- heiumn of H'.H,
DaairnblaKcKidenee Lota for eala at IICO, tSOO and 1300, BuaJMW Lota at if^jf-^TcrOMi Olo Half do.Nn, bulaniv otic aad *-.^o eeata, s
MATHESON6c STEF-LTJ^ *
unuem a* aai