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Prospects of Success for the Park
County Teachers' Institute
This Week.
Columbus Day Will Be Observed
by the Publio Schoole of
A Honeymoon Trip of 900 Miles on Horse
baek Across the Crow Hleservation
State News.
Lrvnaasrox. Oct. 15. - ([Specal.]- The
teachers' institute for Park county will
convene in this city Tuesday. Oct. 18.
The session promises to be the most suc
eessful ever held here. A large number of
teachers from all parts of the county have
signified their intention of being present.
An interesting programme has been pre
pared for the evening sessions, and on
Wednesday evening Prof. It. G. Young, of
Helena, will deliver a lecture on Hubert
Rev. W. 0. Fowler, the popular castor of
the Congregational church of this city, re
turned Tuesday evening from a three
weeks' visit on the Pacifio coast. On his
return he found awaiting him a call
to take charge of the Congregational
church at Hillsboro, N. D. Hiis many
friends in this city are pleased to learn that
he has decided not to accept the call.
The schools in this city will observe Col
ombus day, Oct. 21. in an interesting and
appropriate manner. An excellent pro
gramme has been prepared to be rendered
by the pupils in the different school build
ings during the day and in the evening a
musical and literary entertainment will be
given at Hefferlin's opera house. Mrs. Eva
M. Hunter, under whose direction the puo
gramme is being prepared, is sparing no
pains to make the entertainment the most
pleasing ever given in this city by local
Mayor Taloott returned the first of the
week from an extended visit in the east.
The Merchants bank will be removed to
its new quarters in Hefferlin's opera house
block about Oct. )0. The furniture and
fixtures arrived from the east the first of
the week and are now being placed in posi.
E. Goughnour has decided to remove his
saw mill, now located on Malherrin creek,
to a point about sixty milles west of Mis
soula. He expects to have the work of re
moving completed about Dec. 1.
The steamer on Yellowstone lake has
been placed on the dock for the winter.
Capt. A. Shaw, who arrived in Livingston
Friday, states that the season has been a
very profitable one to the company, a large
number of tourists having taken advantage
of the opportunity to indulge in a pleasure
ride over the highest navigable body of
water in the United States.
The Canton Garfield No. 7, 1. O. O. F.,
will give a grand ball at Illeferliu' opera
house, Wednesday, Oct. 261. Extensive
preparations are being made for the ball,
which promises to be tile most successful
social ever given in Livingston.
The P'ark passeneer train was discon
tinued last Thursday, owing to the closing
of the tourist sealson. A colbination train
now icmaes daily t:ips to Cinnabar and re
O n T'nresay A. J. Steel disposed of the
]lodef'a ieloon, on Callender street, to Frcd
Oelkr,.. of St. 'aul.
It is announced that Miss Helen Wetz
sterm, foruerrie of this city, will be married
at Cincinnati, O., Oct. 19, to Samuel Apple
baum, a well known business man of that
Architect I. J. Galbraith presented to the
school board a new flag which will float for
the first time from the flag staff of the new
school building on Columbus day.
Capt. R. C. Thomas, the well-known con
tractor of this esty, was severely inju ed on
Friday last wnOile euperintendiug the wo k
of placing the manchinery in the new power
house of thre i'ectrio Light company.
A riepublican rally will be held at Heifer
lin's ope:a house Monday. Oct. 24. 4. The
speakers of the evewnonr will be lion. C. b.
lHartman and Senator O. F. Goddard.
L. M. Carpenter, fo nerly a resident of
this city, but now of Waukasha, WVs., was
a visitor in Livingston Thursday.
C. A. Crip, en, who is in charge of the
hardware business of A. W. Miles at B'g
Timber, was in Livingston Sunday visiting
his famnlv.
Atttornov A. J. Campbell and wife will
dovart next week for their home in Michi
gan, where they will visit friends for sev
ernl weeks.
C. S. Hefferlin has completed arrange
ments with the Calihorn Operrt comenany to
open the new opera house In this city about
x. t
Young Loce'lovar ('lnse 'p Fren Wyo
min0L anld 'lakes a BIrlde.
BozEirrw, Oct. 15.-(Special. --Ira Dodge
and bdiss Sarah E. Sluat were married at
Bozeman on the 4th inst, Miss Slate was L
married in her riding habit and after the
ceremony mounted a horse and acconl
panied her husband to Wyoming, where ha
hae a ranch. I he weddi-g tur via hbrna
back will be fully two hundred miles Into a
country where houses are not to found in a 1
dan's ride.
At 0:':: Wednesday morning, at the reei
dence of the bride's parents, Miss Jennia i
Maxey nod Wilbur F. Maughu wore iinid i
nman and wife, the JIRv. Mi. Lewis ofliciat
ing. The wedding wRs a very quiet affair,
only members of the bride's family and a
few intimate friends being pi e.nt. After
the ceremony, the newly weided co::ple
were driven to the Northern r 'it lfli dor ot
and there took the waet bound train for a
mont h's vialt to Portland. 'L hy were th t
reciplents or a t'rei.t many hindeiouie prsa
euts. 'he bride a ill bh greatly trisned ini
lte-,zman w,' ru s:oe ha riaware lived anIl
where aso has a g eat many friends who I
will all wish her a lhaippy futuare.
Col. lLradhaI w relturied Mlonday from a
trip to \H aeleingtonl, I). C.
Mibs Polly I'i.;" spent the week in I!-
p -i, the guest of her sister, Mrs. 'Illu. i.
Lue W'ord, of Iler:a, was in Buzsman
W',edteslony on leeal I usonie.l.
M. A. lMeyendorl of liel-eia, speint Wad
nesday in loiz( iuall on cititial b·ine...
Mrs. )Dr. Jioiuli re,rt;urnd Wednisday
frces a e.ort visit in 1ti!ncnsota.
I( l. '1 W. F. Sai leltie- r~irived i; '. ,rl
,'ednslioday antd iadrested a tl:ir ze.d
auditenc. at ttIo pir. ho.u,e iu thu e.l,
Iin remarks wora dr c:to d trn ilpttliv t, I lie
pi elple'S alld Irrlbtulluln ptartlie, whcL n
scored unnerciatilly.
'lhe )Daily Chronicle i now in rood rie
nict order aun [ ills a loni lest want. I ia,
receive the full Asmoci itcd pr" ai newa n.l
reicli the peo;le hours aLe ui of othli
L. AI. Sittb, of ('hicago. arivmd in ltoze.
man this week to clopy praes res orts for thoe
dtil, paper. Mr. Smith is iutlae a travet-r,
and says lioHZenuan is the prettleat ilae hI~
eeha esu in n the went alid should haae thu I
I. Il. Bunnell, of Helena, spent a few
days tills week in Iuozeman on loan and inu
Veeal riiit bnsissee.
iMrs. A. 11. lHercay, of Helena, is visiting
friends in lizeman this week.
A1. M. Biack and Wm. Nevitt were in
Butte, th:s wauk on Iusineas.
C. II. i-culiers. of lHelena, euterintenl
ent of the telephino companyl , Was in town
thei week in the Interest of Ins comipany.
,ae. M. Tucker, of Helena, made a bus
iness trip to -Jozeman tbhe weak.
Msis ()la Ituaflnr hae acceptted a position
in the office of Walter ('ooper.
(Geo. Schultz and a in umber of pu.,iliitio
admirers went to Butte Thursday morning,
where bchulta met young Dempseoy, of Cal
ifornia. The fight was awardei to Dempay
in the twelfth round on a foeal.
Jim Ponsford and Chas. P. Blakely were
in HBtte this week.
Capt. Ponsford guided the members of
the Little Tippett Company through the
hills Tuesday, where they enjoyed some
good spot e shooting chickens.
Judge Luce and Lawrence Dobell visited
Virginia City this week.
Lee WVaren has fitted up his drug store
in the latest approved style. The fixtures
arrived from Cbhiago this week. They are
of polished oak and very handsome.
Tuesday night the residence of L. L.
Stanchileld was the soene of a very elegant
dancing party. Misses Edilna and Mabel
Stanohtleld, assisted by lMis MoLeod, re
ceived the guests, who numbered about
sixty. The programme contained twelve
dances, which were enjoyed untill 11:30.
when an elaborate luncheon was served,
after whirh dancing was again indulged in.
Music was furnished by iGo don's o hestra.
Those present were: Messrs. and Mesdames
tGso. P. Dier, Jno. A. Luce, A. . . David
son, Mrs. Yerkee; Misses Flowers, Frauier,
liulcer. Wakeield. UGate, Hill, Noble,
Welsh, Vantassel, Pound. McKenzie, Pat
terson, Hicks, Annie. May and Nettie
Maxey. Gertie and Lena Luce, Spoiling;
Messrs. Jackson, Phillips. Morrow, V.
lincle, Mardis, Chisholm, MoOay, Kyle,
D)ilworth, Martin, Marry, Braton, Liddell,
Willsoon Ellia, Clark, Cheas and Lester
iufner, Van [leet, Walsh.
Mrs. L. Austin, of Helena, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Salter, for
some time, returned to Hlelena Thunrday
1I. P. Sanborn sand wife, a newly married
couple of Maniattan, were registered at
the Bozeman Wednesday.
John W. lmee spent the week in the west
ern part of tile state.
J. D. Andrews hirs gone to Kansas to en
gage in evangelistic work.
Interestling News of the People W'ho
Dwell in Yellowatone's Capital.
nILiir.iuru, Oct. 15.-[Special.] -Mrs. Eck.
lee, who camue down from Livingston last
week to visit her parents, Judge and Mrs.
Campbell, is spending this week in Red
l.o.lge visiting her sister, Mrs. T. P. Me
Mrs. D. Frait has returned from her old
home in Iowa, where she went to attend the
funeral of her sister.
Ceo. Ove field came down from lIed
Lodae Wednesday and took the next train
for Canada.
AMr. Bainum, of White Sulphur Springs,
who was the guest of W. Crenshaw last
week, returned to his home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Whitney gave a very
pleasant patty Friday evening in honor of
tirs. Mellish. of Cincinnati.
i hoe op which was to have been givon in
the fair building Wednesday evening was
put off till next week because of the rain.
liev. C. H. Cook and Mrs. Cook gave a
very pleasant musicale Wednesday evening
in honor of Mrs. Cook's sister. Mrs. Mel
lish, of Cincinnati.
tr. and n r. W\Vm. Polly. of r.ewitln.r
are visiting their relatives in town this
A cobweb social will be given in the par
lors of the Congregational church next
Wednesday evening.
E. E. Bachelor came in from Miles City
Tuesday evening. He left on Wednesday
for lIed Lodge.
The opening dinner at the Grand hotel
last Sunday was most excellent and was at
tended by crowds of our townspeople. Mr.
C:enehaw has reason to be congratulated
upon its success.
1i. B. Briggs, of Big Timber, was in town
IH. Louther, of the Loather & Clifton
Northfield Ranch company, came in from
the Musselshell Sunday.
R. v. Win. 13. Pat:ick. of Missouri,
preached in the Congregational church
Sunday evening.
C. L. Waylund, postoffice inspector, was
in town Monday attending the trial of P.
b.'Smith, charged with robbing the Mon
tana stage line near Lavina last June.
Smith was disciiraged.
A city p:ison is about to be erected on
T want:-oi-hth r trreet north.
Sydney hawIson, of Selma, Canl., brother
of :mintty Hawion, who met with uech a
sad death be drowning in the Yellowstone,
- ,t. '-, .,rrivwd from Calirorniia Sunday
iir',t. lHe is iluanai rr of a hardware store.
11. . ieodge, it p osprotuus woul,ower
of I-"rgune county, with his wife, spent Sun
day iii illitngs. They were entertained by
M . anLd Mrs. F. B1. Conuley.
Johin Curdy has sold his sheep at $3 a
head to Mr. Davis, whose range is on the
lied Lodge cleek.
A :..st class dinner was given at the Del
uonico RunIuay.
Thomas Hlanlon is in town this week.
Madre A. . ,aser eeont Wednesday in
Red Lo.dge.
H. A. Meyendorf, of Helena, was in town
this week.
HM, J. and E. 1. Norton, sheep buyers
from h.!osae. Wis., are in the citv.
Ilvititiolle ire out for a hop to be given
at the (h:auil hotel Friday evenlng.
F. b. Weiatolr and Wm. B. . Coombs, of
Great Falis, wo re m town I hursdav.
C. A. McMaIte:, of the Rocky Fork Coal
coilmpany, of led Lodge, was in town
We inred'y.
I her. (rrggs, of the Yellowstone National
rlnk, Ilt, gun. Lti visit at his home in New
Jers, v.
l.ieuts. Hard i'. iohenck and Wm. Mor
ton Wood, U. S. A., who have spent the
surnimr in th1' JPark, are ill town this week,
onl their way to Fort Custer.
W. J. Sweeney, manager of the Thos.
C( nsa outrtt, is in town looking after the
interecta of the firm and shipping fat
beeves to th,' Chlolno market.
( harti. Barnuey came in from the range
Wde airy.
A. iilrrch, who has been east purchasing
go,.ils, returned Thursday morning.
Henry aurton has taken a car-load of
Salr (Garviu's cattle for sale to Chicego this
(oto Franc and Skew Johnson, who have
ber.n out on a hunting exap dltlon, came
down in a boat from laurel Sunday. 'They
had a rather p-eriluse tr; .
ludge [iriser, of lilings and J. W.
Watson. of H.Iena, have been out In the
1Ir..i ronut,y this week. lihev found the
unriversl selltilnlit to be "Helena for the
('iriiris Abrshire met with an accident
which nca ly cansed his death this week.
HIe nt voted an artery and almost bled to
A Iluutrij r of buildings are under coursei
of e eotion i l ilinms at present, and the
torwn i enjoyingf a meildi boomn.
An old illn I ilOuh e eslected resident of
111 IIs.. inu a:.5 Westb ook, is in town this
w' ek. Ht; has been for nearly a year in
f1I M1C L.A.
Thrie nocial senuson i'romlsls Well--Rome
I'llreasa t I.vints,.
-l ourti..t, (Jct. 15.-lhSpecial. I--'lhe win
ter ,ocial season in Mlssoula has corn
Ireriell., anld the Mlesoula social danlUing
(chlt will ba reor-as-TZiid. It will, as it has
done in previous winters, rmake arrange
morut fur 11 lmonthly diuncesR, and the en
+'" "A" JUST + RECeILMeD. :+. .
Tw~)o Ca 's of the Celebrated St. Louis
A. B. C. Bohemian Export Beer.
Joable events WhAe4 1t was the uarue 0i
grianng e 6aoat~ lat wi wnilt be .em
tinued during the-present season,
The Woman's County asnoolation of th
Columbian auxiliary, held a meeting in the
board of trade rooms Monday and tras.
oated considerable important bueruies.
The phantom party which web helA il thj
K. of P. hall T'seday evening, Was tl eveu
way a pleasant success. The nusie wa
furnished by Race's orchestra oneisting
of five pieces. A great tdtal of n
musiclo was played and especially tbs
waltzes were asked to be repeated several
times. The masks were removed about 11
o'clock, after which the dancing continued
until a late hour. Those present wels
Messrs. and Meadames G. A. Lewis, Harrý
Thompson. Hosey, Carnahan, John W,
Lester, John Rowland; Misses Mulva,
Harding, West, Hayes, Crutehfield Orals,
Powers. Woody, Martin, Helen Hathaway,
MoConnell, Montgomery, Napton, Moran,
Eliza Moran, Kenyon, Mrs. W. C. Murphy,
Messrs Peplow, of Bonner; Dr. Fitagerald.
McCullough, Ad. Sterling, Walker, Toa
Evans, lR. 1)e B. Smith, Mercer, Graham,
Camp, )r. McCullough, Ide, Dr. Lewis, of
Butte. Blair, Woody, Jerry Hayes. Gould,
Members of the Congregational church
heold a social Tuesday evening at the reif
denoe of Mrs. C. A. Robinson. '
On the 18th of this month a concert will
be given at the Methodist Episcopal taber
Elaborate preparations are being made
for the observance of Columbus day, Oct.
The Catholic fair opens on Monday.
Much careful preparation has been made to
assure its ag.uoss.
The Treble Clef society met at the real
denuce of Mrs. S. G. Murray Thursday af
ternoon. Various selections were rendered
by Mirs. Saleman. Mrs. Andrews, Mise
Moore, Mrs. John Dowdell, Misses Power,
May McCormick and Mrs. Steel.
Fiank Prontz, the genial and popular
conductor on the Northern Pacifio, has
taken a thirty-day lay off and will visit
friends and relatives in the east.
Jack Ward, a poopular conductor, has sev
ered his connection with the Northern
W. L. Work, the captain of the Missoala
ball team, has been confined to his room
for several days by a serious illness, but is
now out again.
Dr. W. W. Richmond and J. Bealer, of
Clinton, Ky., are the guests of friends in
the city.
The Misses Kirkpatrick, who have been
guests of friends in the Garden city, have
retuned to their home in Butte.
Neptune Lynch, Sr., and his daughter,
Mhrs. J. II. Bo er. of Horse Plains, have re
turned from It. 1'aul, after a visit of sev
eral weeks with ,lattives.
The connund,, aluncheon given by the
ladies of the Christian church in the Ran
kin block Thursday was a social and flnan
cial success.
Miss N. E. R]ink, of Red Wing, Minn.,
and Mrs. George Waters, are guests of
friends in the city.
The capital queation is exciting consider
able inteoest in Missoula.
A Little Girl Burned to Death-The
Snowies Covered.
ILEWISTOWN, Oct. 13.-[Speoinl.]-The
speeches of Hon. T. E. Collins and R. B.
Smith were largely attended and lively en
thusiasm prevailed.
A large number of democrats andreaub
licans went to Ubet to attend the speaking
of the democrat candidate for governor,
and Mr. Smith, and the republicans to hear
Allen I. Joy and S. G. Murray.
W. F. Whiting, who has been foreman in
the Argue office for more than a year, left
last week to take the place of foreman on
the new daily. the Bozeman Chronicle.
A sidewalk on the north side of Main
street across the ceoek is being built.
Mrs. Holzemor and children left Wednes
day for Great Falls, where Mrs. Holzemer
will meet her mother, M.s. Sandig, from
California. Mrs. Sandig expects to spend
the winter with her daughter.
C. M. Goodell leaves very soon with a
band of horses for Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. DeCamp, of HIelenn,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David
Mrs. W. H. Watson and son Halsey are
in Billings attending the preliminary hear
ing in the P. S. Smith case. They are ex
pected back this week.
George Weideman and family, from
Great Falls, are in town visiting friends. It
is said that Mr. W. will return here to live
A four-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Fly was burned to deiath in a
ier' ible manner last Saturday. Her
brothers had built a bonfire and the little
girl's clothing caught fire. Before help
could poeRibl* come to her she was burned
so that she died iunday morning. Mrs.
Corbin saw the accident, hnd in trying to
put out the ilanmos wa- burned herself,
though not se!rously. Drs. Hanson and
Stone were called prompntl', but nothiting
could be done except to relieve suffering.
A large nuoiboe of fr.eltie attended the
funeral rn Monday, and much sympathy is
exrressid for the family.
Mrs. Burnett Sloane is visiting her
daughte. -31 s. Frank Wright. Mrs. Sloane
is from Pen Yen, N. Y., and has been
spending this summer and autumn with
Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Waite, of Utica.
Th'le torm on uMonday and Tuesday left
the Snowles cove-eJ with snow, and they
make a very beautiful appearance. If ii
thought by some that the snow has come to
The voung people have organized n read
ing club in connection with the World's
fair club. They moot on Monday evenings
at the Presbyterian church.
Wevmouth Symmes has recovered from
his attack of fever, and will resume work
with T. C. Power ,& Bro. He has been pro
moted to a better position.
Effort to Clone Saloons at 1t P. M. and
on iundaSy.
GREAT FAILS, Oct. 15.-[Special.]-For
the past week or so a petition to the city
council has been circulated by certain tem
peirance advocates leking to have an ordi
naonce passed closing the saloons at 11
every night and all day Sundays. It has
received quite a number of signera, in a
very few oases among business men. 'Tlhe
other side- concluded they too would get up
a tong notition remonstrating against any
such action on the pa:t if tile cocllel.
They sta ted out 'thu sdiay and c'iivanied
aIIor:ng taxpavore until they have eerured a
ruarimmth lipetirirn, whnlh they feel confl
dent will have thb desire:d efiet on the city
council. The e ii consrr eratIle feellig osv-r
tihe matter anit tIe elde' en will p:()rbahily
find themselvea I li:col in an unlonviablo
position. T'he general impression in that it
is too soon to cnOrunlice i-r early cl *'m an here.
A meIetinig of thfie board o)f truaste. of the
'l'ownsite companylll was hldl heeo lndurinlg
irr.selIenIt Hill's recent visit anid cli the ohld
oflicers re-elected with thk exc".t ioon of .1.
Slliokwaltr. Ile was snarce drld by i. M.
SScott, of H innenipollq. 'lii. fgrentlcrnean at
once tookl chli. Ind so Itr has gven great
will o aotlon. He twa formely night ithe
W, N. Carey, who at preoent is borinm en
artesllan well at Fort Arsianlollne for the
ovrnmb bored n there rd ntly. He of the
tohe well was down to depth of 62 feet
and everything indicates the near approach
to a powerful subterraean surrent whichto
will go a long way toward oonfirming the
belief of many that artesian wells pan be
proirth tabl bored in the arid sections of the i
state. e roild erand formation are similar
to that of arrouth Dakota, wandere there are
many artesian wells.
Everything nowadays is subservient to
politics, and the three parties are putting
forth their beat efforts. The opinion is
gaining ground soery day that T. E. Col
ins will carry this county, and that noth
ing short of a mirpole can prevent hai eleo
W. J. Kennedy,. a ropular young business
man here, left yesterday for Anoks, Minn.,
where he will lead to the altar Miss Minnie
Goss, a sister of Frank Goes, manager of
the Great Falls Iron works.
A doctor from the east is here to purchase,
if possible, the state franehile to use Dr.
Keely's treatment. It is owned by Great
Falls parties. If the deal be sonsummated
the institute here and the one in Butte will
be run as before, though for a time it was
considered advisable to combine the two in
one and locate it at the Boulder Hot
The articles of incorporation of the Mon
tana B-ewing company have been filed.
The capital stock is $260,000, in shares of
$10 each. The plant is to be located on
the west side and will be built by local and
Milwaukee parties.
William Dunwoody, vice-president of the
Washburn-Crosby Milling company, of
Minneapolis, arrived yesterday to decide
upon the location of the 800-barrel flour
mill to be built here by that company. It
will be on the south side of the dam and
will be ready for use by May 1, 1893.
The ladies af the universalist society gave
a very successful hop at the Park hotel last
night for the benefit of the society. Over
$150 was cleared. Those present were
Mesers and Mesdames C. M. Webste, A. J.
Shores, Phil Gibson, Thee. Gibson, W. A.
Webster, Sweat, H. O. Chowen, J. W.
teanton, Gelsthorpe, Coombs; Medaumes
E. A. Itingwald. J. K. Clark; Misses Tay
lor, Kingsbury, Robinson, Cornelius, Trigg,
Haines, Bmith, Cochran, Whalen, King,
Swain, Gregg, Hawkins, Towle; Messrs.
Pratt, Goodrich, Coleman, S. W. Matteson,
Parks, Burlingame, Danks, lRidgley, Burns,
Jones, Kenkle. F. W. Parks, Chandler,
Praul, Crockett, Townsend.
The funeral of the late John G. Maclay
was held this afternoon from the residence
of his brother Ed, and was largely at
tended. The order of Elks assisted in the
last sad rites over their deoeased brother.
Marshal Foray and Bride at Home-Rain
Prevents a Rabbit Chase.
DEER LODGE, Oct. 15.-[Special.]-Wm.
F. Foray and wife have returned from their
trip and are at home in their residence on
Rainbow avenue.
Miss Maggie Evans returned Monday
evening from her school near Helmsville.
J. K. McDonald was in Missoula a few
days the first of the week.
Rev. James Reed is absent from town
this week attending presbytery.
Miss Kate Biolenborg will visit this com
ing week in Helena, the guest of Miss Ada
B. F. Mahan was in town Monday from
Mr. James Robinson, of Ellieton, was in
town Wednesday.
Mrs. Dickey, from near Butte, is the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Cornforth, for a
few weeks.
Mrs. H. S. Reed and daughter left this
week for New York city.
A lecture delivered by Mr. Nonrse last
week on "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" was a
fine effort.
Char. H. Eggleston, candidate for state
senator on the democratic ticket, was in
the city Thursday.
A hall will be given by the A, O. U. W. on
the 27th.
Mrs. W. A. Logue, of Sunset, is a new
arrival in the city.
Casper Gheerdis has moved into his pretty
new residence in Deer Lodge.
A rabbit chase in which a number of Deer
Lodge and Butte parties took active cart
last Sunday was brought to any untimely
close by the rain. An organization known
as the Montana Coursing club was formed,
with Gro. C. Higgins, of Missoula, president;
Frank Conley, vice-p esident; Geo. H. Mar.
Dongal, secretary, and Emil Hansen, tress
Mrs. Frank Brazleton has been quite ill.
D)r. A. H. Mitchell has returned from an
eastern trip.
Lewis Coleman, Jr., visited his brother
Will in Philipeburg this week.
About 25U labo ers from Anaconda came
down on a special train Tuesday and took
out naturalizitlon papers. A few of the
number celebrated their citizenship by in
dulging freely in good Deer Lodge liquor,
but the majority comported themselves with
dignity. a' good citizens should.
Mrs. John McMahon returned Saturday
froukher old home in Canada.
James B. MeMasters and R. G. Humber
have been in Helmsville this week.
Mrs. Mary King gave a pleasant after
noon tea to a few friends Thursday after
noon. 'Those present were Mesdames Wm.
Coleman, Jae. Hyde, W. W. 'lurney, R. G.
Humber, D. S. Fotheringham and E.
Scha: nikow.
Mrs. Will Kennedy, of Boulder, is a guest
of Mrs. W. H. Trippet.
J. P. Catching, of Bearmouth, was in
town this week.
Thos. Lavatta, an old-time citizen, was
in town this week.
G. MeDougal, of Butte, was in town
Little Miss Lilian Williams, of West
Deer Lodge, issued "at home" cards to a
laige number of her little friends from two
until five for the 16ith inst.
Mrs. Elizabeth Clague died in Anaconda
Mondav. the 10th, and was buried in Doer
Lodge Wednesday. Deceased was a sister
of Mrs. Will Kennedy, of Boulder, and
mother of John Clague. of this city. The
funeral was largely attended.
C. D. Joslyn was a guest in Missoula two
days this week.
An ice cream festival at Lodge &
Beaumont's ball on Friday evening was a
pleasant social event.
Excurslol Rates to California.
On the 15th of each month the Northern
Paciioc railroad will sell round trip tickets
to California points as follows:
Helena to San Francisco and return, go
ing via Portland and returning samne way,
To San Francisco, going via Portland
and returning via Ogden and Bilver Bow,
To Lor Angeles. going and returning via
Portland, entering Hau Franoico in one
direct:ou either going or retaurning, $50.
'lo Loa Angeles, going via Portland and
San F rianrco. and returning via ,lora
mento and (Ogdrn, !)!.,0.
'Tickets will Le linut,'d for sixty days for
going painsage. with rAt.urn at any time
w:thin t!:nhiual limit of six months.
A'. i. ncreDAc, (.rn. Agt., Helena, Mont.
Cuhin. S. Fi:t. . '. . '& T. A., St. Paul, Minn.
System of Power.
The only distinctively new and important development re
lating to Hydraulic Power that has been made in the last half
century. Adapted to all conditions and every variety of ser-,
vice where a head of 30 feet or more can be obtained.
2,500 Wheels Now Running :
Varying from the fraction of I up to zoo h. p. Un
equalled for all light running machinery. Warranted to de
velop a given amount of power ,with one-half the amount of
water required by any other.
The great srccess that has attended the introduction and
operation of the Pelton Water Wheel has led to many imita
tions and some infringements of the various patents of this
company. Intending purchasers are hereby warned that all
such infringements will be vigorously prosecuted, and that the
users of wheels so infringing as well as the manufacturers will
be equally responsible.
Applications should state the amount and head of water,
power required, what it is designed to run, with approximate
length of pipe line.
Write for catalogue. Address,
The Pelton Water Wheel Company,
143 Liberty Street, New York.
Slaintiff, vs. V illiam L. Stoelo, as eseoutor
of the estate of Mary ,nn J.okert. deceansed,
Martha Taylor tckert Schwabe, and Ired A.
Schwahe, her husband. Q. C. Swallow. Fred.
Sohimpft, Carlo Morrcllt John Lerrick. John
ohban and Joseph u'heill, defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and eale issued out of the
district court of the Fi:st Judicial d:etrict of the
state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke. on the 4th day of. October, A. D.,
1892. in the above entitled actions wherein Henry
C. Moses, the above named plaintiff. obtained a
jundgment and decree of foreclosure and sale
gaanst i, illiam tL. rteolo, as executor of the
estate of Mlary Al n .hckert, deceased, liartha
Taylor Fckert echwabe, and Fted. A. Schwabe,
her hueband, G. C. bwallow. bred. ohimpf,.
Carlo Morrelli. John Derrick, John Hohan and
Josoeph O'Neill, defendants, on the 1tth day of
teptember, A. 1), 189. for the sum of $5,069.21,
besides interest, costs and attorney's fete, which
said decree was, on the 15th day of September,
A. D., 1892, recorded in Judgment book Nu.
"H" of said court, at pate 155. I am com
manded to sell all those certain lots. pieces or
parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the
county of Lewis and Clcrke, state of Montana,
and boundedt and described as follows, to-wit:
Lot number one (1), in block numbered seven
(7), of the original townsite of the city of Hel
ena, in said county and state. The said lot hav
ing a frontago on Water street of fifty-one (51)
feet, and a depth of sevnty-three (71t feet.
Also lot numbered two 2'), in block numbered
seven (7), in the said original town-se; said lot
having a frontage on Wataratrest of fifty-six (56)
feat, and a depth of sixty-nine (1i91 feet accord
ing to and as describ'd upon the official plat of
the said named townsite. which plat is now on
file in the manner provided by law, in the ffile
of the county recorder of Lewis and Clarke
T.ogetther with all and singular the tenements,
here litaments and appcrtenances therennto be
loneing or in at:ywire appertaining.
t ubto notice ie hereby given, that on Tuesday
the 15th day of October, A. I) . 1b81. at 12 o'cloek
m. of that day, at the front door of the court
house. Helena, Lwis and t larks county, hMon
tans, I will, in obedience to said order of esl.
and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above
de.orite property,. or so much thereof as may
be taccscary to satisfy said judrment. with in
terest and coat', to the hguhest and beet btdder,
for cash in hand.
Given under my hand. this 4th day of October,
A. D. 18B2.
By BALPt G. JOHNSOn, Deputy Sheriff.
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w7 of the First judicial district of the state
of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clar ke.
Laura Wilson, plaintiff, vs. James Wil.
son, defendant.
The state of Montana sends greeting to
the above named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above
named plaintiff in the district court of the
First judicial district of the state of Mon
tana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed
therein, within ten days (exclusive of the
day of service) after the service on you of
this summons, if served within this county;
or, if served out of this county, but within
this district, twenty days; otherwise within
forty days, or judgment by default will be
taken against you, acoording to the prayer
of said complaint. The said action is
brought to obtain a judgment and decree of
this court dissolving the bonds of matri
mony heretofote and now existing between
the defendant and this plaintiff. For that
said defendant did on the 9th day of July,
1891, willfully and without cause, desert
and abandon this plaintiff, and ever
since has, and still continues so to willfully
and without cause desert and abandon said
plaintiff, and live separately and apart
from her without any sufficient cause; or
any reason, and against her will and consent;
and that said defendant did, on or about the
date aforesaid, depart from the state oil
Montana with the intention of not return
ing thereto; and for the costs of this action,
and for general relief.
And yvo are hereby notified that if you
fail to appear and answer the said como
plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff
will apply to the court for the relief de
manded in the complaint and for costs.
Given under my hand and the seal of the
divtriot court of the first judicial district of
the state of Montana, in and for the county
of Lewis and Clarke, this 13th day of eap.
tember, in the year of our Lord, one thones
and eight hundred and ninety-two.
By L. W. BonToN, Deputy Clerk.
BoTxmI & SrED, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
The Renowned English Remedy.
Nemat(ler from what eatro. (Conrtains no inin
erals. I'rico Il. \'hlroleHale and retail druggiste
snO ply tih demia,,ind.
flr poeitory for til, United tl ates and Canada,
13 Eart 'Thi:rtieth c stre'et. New York
'iht hle pitu can be sent by lail sealed on re
ceipt uf mnuney.

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