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ABOUT THE CITY.
Wardt omames fa Deer Lodge that the
e ll sesume for this ementy will not he
unsd ntml the tlelh of the mnath.
J. T. Carl, this city, was a pamsen
ga es tihe al that was wrecked yeste
Ay mrdlng as the Northern Pacife
ad nea Avoan.
The la res N fromg all the prmio4n
Sth el eousaty adikite that a very large
democrats .'pect to go to
It is everywhere adedssmtd that the re
&m, rmis SKlver Bow and Doeer Lodge
ame a "lumnulaus and deadly
with last year's agures.
Mishe Metserieh was removed to the
hpial om Friday iht for treatment of
hM igt pr eyeldd whleh was badly
eus[ed Wa blow from a brake handle
whit wahking at the flume..
ommwm who nerved at the elertioss last
Tmisdy am rerimbndd that they are in
shauaof the peeincmt; for the speciaw erf
den to he hedk In this city next Thurmlay.
YestOrday afternoon a half domem. liny
toAks heal the tme tkm of tlh Montana
Union raIlmr<La this aide of Stuart wtre
uMnmed. The fire Is mmpposmwd to harv
originated frotn a pammling train.
Wm. Matthews was Injured at the low.
er works yesterday afterntont by heing
hit In the right log with a aledg-e> hanstsNwr.
Na was removed4 to the hsspital. hIxam
nMation showfd that It was emly a f-lo
wound, and Mr. Matthews will he out in
a day or two.
IN A SMASH.UP.
ew li.es WeU e .t e a rm e by1 a Wateh
that Dimesa't Keep Tirme.
At 10a o'elckk yesterday morning a
-o·lei occurred on the line of the North
rem PaciBe road at a point one naile west
of Avon. The Mlmsoula and Helena ac
comodatlad n was pausing this point,
where the road mLakes a sharp curve,
when i .ame into collision with a west
bound engine, used as a helper on ther
rade rorus Garrison to Mullan. The en
glass ern together with a crash and
both are a complete wreck. The plat
~nrs and iorward part of the haggage cear
were broke into pieces, hut no harnm was
done to the. oaches. The passenges
were thrown headlong hut no none suffred
particular harm. tine of tle engineers.
who jumped from the window of his cab,
was seriosly eurst ahbout the leg and was
puempty epred for.
D'eety after the acrklent a sikk track
wars hilt and trailf, on the divisioun was
resamend without delay. The only ercum
•or the acoldent is that offered by the en
gieser do the* west-hound enaie, who says
that he had ordler to run to tihe switch
a-t t Garrison anlt that his watach amust
ove been dsow.
Several people in this city had frienads
an the aromenrmodation train, hut they
mul learn n othing concerning the .rcl
det last nilght. Passengers du hbere
eay taet evening fInens Hleklna arrived at
am e'elook this enorniaeg.
fis& ats the D. J. Hetm.qrp Mrmrantik
a.ed. oespw bourn furnlubhlu. stc.
Tabo hms mois ngb to th. rore wlsh the
prrrt our city. Cell and look them
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Silver boa usulyr mmd allm deuhemt ab .
soesre elei .4 I. aeMa we. Tb. elyr
Pl- mt heard hum M tan a m olan.
Mm Cipper nune. The head .1 the ticket
ham been heard has. n he betL Shie. pie..
and n avarryeg for- th bhlmn.. at the
tcket utrack. In any ast total vole
of theme two psacswtelea. so iawal that It
eanng Possblby ov r..... tb. mIajoelty of
amy of the .andklmt elected. Tb. total
vote for Caster lIs Kilve, Dow ls *5M.
Maginale ircwed 77 mars than thin or
308. Toole ran -s ahead o. Pt w.r, ge.
ths, atotal of ,11W to Power 5421. Vol.
lowing I. the smnumay an the legislative
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It will be olmervedt4 t he late returns
throw Thomponpm repubciran. aspposmd
to have been elected, bhiand Htffman.
who is the only repeaMhlea elected upon
the legislative ticket. Henmesy defeats
Goodal by 3717 to 8a12. Sullivan defeats
Lloyd for sheriff hy a vote of 2Y31 to aUl.
A nmJerity for sullivan of 48. Hana
Hines for easesor obtained a vote of a1k,
to H rolands 11. MclHatte for district
judge defeats Hamilton by about aU votes.
FIGURES FROM DEER LODGE.
aserms nhoewhg Majertte. WKt. a Vow
,Preemee * Meto Vrham.
The table printed this morning contains
a partial list of the returns of the election
held in Deer Lodge county. The olicial
returns cannot he obtained until the
board ofcounty comnissiouners mants, and
even unoffcial retturns have not been
received frous everal precincts. The
missing republican precincts are likeLly to
It any event, it is bieved, will not whoo
up O. The lures received anr e uko
lent to show the election of every legila-.
tive candikatt* on the denuocratic
ticket. Kensnedy for joint ontative
is credited with a ntajort n of 30
In this county. In eer esoury his
tpponent, Bennett, has majrt of 17.
which leaves Mr, Kennedy safe elected.
As to the county ticket, the official record
will he required to determine the re
sult in mone instances. The demo
cratic eunety coanums ers arp, how
ever, saely eleeted, as well as the sherir
coanty attorney, publMe administrator,
county surveyor, county treasurer, coran
er and county supedntesndent f schools.
As to oeanty asessor aUd county ceMrk,
oilcial Afgures ma he required to settle
the matter deQlnite. Mr. rMeTaaque the
democratic lcanidab for eaunts as amr,
has been fLuredl S votes ahead with two
precincts, believed to be republican, still
to be heard fanm. The aigurs will be
fuueel In the table published on this page.
Neetms rmm hlee.
A young man well known around town
was knocked down last nlght on the
corner of Main and Park streets for in.
suiting a couple of ladies who were pas
lns. A gentleman who knew the ladles
administered the deserved punishnent.
Mr. C. C. Thornton has returned from
Denver and the south with his stable of fast
horses. During his absence Mr. Thorn.
ton succeeded its carrying ol many of the
largest purses hung up by racing assoela
ions i Cin oloado and Utah. His fine
.arse Red Elm las won a small fortune
for bis lucky owner, having.taken first
a.oney in lalf a dosen big races.
Lally Owens, it is understood. has been
challesnged by one Blake to fight twenty
rounds. Quee rry res. for -MO a side
aned merepts. Plane of meeting to he au
tually agreed upon. Slake. It is saik, is a
Denver man uand ha no record, hut is
cons.klderd by good meon who proes to
know to be a vey likely pg.
Busines is the city fr the week jst
.ended has been almost at a standstill.
Merehants complain that trade ha been
duller than for any week daring the past
year. The election exdtenment mseesu to
hiave extended even Into the ranks of
the ladies and all appear to have
-muitteel to buy or balrer until the great
imsue had beemn settled. Merchants ex
pruned more anxiety amout the latest tr
tunas from Soap Gulch than the amount
of money in the till; clerks haked tbhefr
favorite candldates until their bank sa
counts were exhausted. There was an an
mense amount of stake money put up
during tie late unplemasantnes and none
of it has yet been given up as the remalt is
still in doubt.
Ja~nce A. Doran to-day filed notice of
location of the urprise lode In ald
Mountain mining dstrict
Prank White has filed notice of location
of the Ter lode in the Bald Mounts
niinftr d .strk..
Chiamle Capp has filed notice
ansended loeat.u of the Monarch
claim in the unorganised minihng d
Nict Ares was charged in polioe cou
toýday with stea·nli c tfrossa Jamnes
Lynch oe Nunday lest uring the lfa.
was dimesarged Itpo request frot t
prosecution, who could not And evidem
Woek o clearing away the dt.ris of t
lat fire is lpewessing rapidly. Ao
ftty men are employed in the week.
O'Rowke expects to have his new .bhe
la. completed I it sixt days. It will
occupied by the I). J. Hellnessy Mera
tile company as formerly.
A yýag uan was this morning arreo
by ofkier, Me Layde,, for stealinge S
an inmate of the Com(iq.kV.Whils t
officer had his back turned for a anmne
the prisoner made a break for liberty.
ran through the (omuque and jumi
from a window in the second story of
building. The drop was thirty feet a
yet when the oleer searched for him
was no where to he found. A dilige.at
search has since been made but thel
J. A. Hasley bas maoved lhis plumbing
oop thlee blocks west of Main street on,
Third u t. Leave arders at Anaconds
rank Foskett ba baought the Interst
Shis parMner, Phllhp Greri, and will he..
ast rue lbse ina's plate is Main street
alone. Mr. Posketts s one of the .ro
oadam headses men In town and his
ht t friends will be welcomed at the
Mld stand as in the past.
Anacound a, Butte 'i Missula.
CRPITIE... - - - $250.000
Are now' showing
The Very Latest Patterns in Moquets, Velvets, Body
Brussels, Tapestry, Ingrains, etc., at prices
the Lowest in, the City.
Our Carpet Department, while not long in existence
has come to the front so rapidly that now we lead com
petition in styles, qualities and low prices. WVe have
Lace, Turcoman and Chenille in the Best Styles and
Lowest Prices. A All stock of
Linoleums, Ollcloths, Shades, Wall
Paper and House Furnishings.
SPECIAL FIGURES to. parties furnishing houses.
Call and examine our stock.
D. 7. HENNESSY MERCAVN7ILE CO.
Corner oak and Firs strets.
Mail orders receive special attention. Exlpras paid on all goods
ESTES & CONNELL
Special Bargains for
Silk Plush, s6 and 18 in.
wide at 5oc per yard, worth
goc and $S. 24 in. extra
goods at $i per yard, well
Black Faile Silk at 75c,
for this week only. Colored
Faile at 95c per yard.
Black Rhadame Silk for
8734c per yard. This silk
is actually worth $i.5o. We
cannot replace the same
silk for $1.2o.
Surah Silk in all the new
evening shades at 49c per
Great reductions in al un
Goods are beginning to
space. So if you would
see our great drives this w
them, for the time is limite
Wool Surah in all the
newest fall shades, 40o in
wide, at Soc per yard.
New goods arriving daily
in every department.
]T & OIIIBLL r.a CO.
* J. C. KEPPLER*
attchm.er and Jeweler,
DIRMO ND S.
Watches. Clocks. Jewelry, Op
tical Goods, Silvrware, Eto.
SBIELENBERi & 60
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, Mutton and Pork,
ORM B. BTC.
M~em ama wm mma mam m
VPAz DRAIJXE RUAUOWABRL PICM
J. P. DUNN.
SProduce of all Kinds.
I M r. W UEON1DA. WONT.
W.L. C. HAYNES.
LIVERY AID FEED STABLES.
Tma..M amok cyref3 Cm" fe.
Flirst-Class Tumnouts and Mod
Sra CP 2rs .
ties meek abl .t uidm, A r cert.