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LEADING IRESIDENCO XRCOHITBCT Ten Years Experience. All Work Guaranteed, Improved Properties To Rent Improved Properties For Sale -----c :-r " :.E ._ ----E"E.. "w+ 0. S. T PPLETON, + R ROOrxa.s 3, 4- aiad. 5, HEolter Bloolck, IE~eleri.a, MVoiataia.a LIVE TOWNS OF MO1NTANA. BOZEMAN, Nov. 5.-[Special.].-A stab bing affray took place Wednesday at Flan ders' saw mill in Middle Creek canyon. A Chinese cook ran a carving knife Into the back of a man named Tony Hoffbauer. The wounded man was brought to Boze. man for treatment, the wound being quite serious. The other workmen are greatly excited and the Chinaman would have been roughly treated had he staid in the camp. Dudley Baldwin. of Red Bluff, received two car loads of machinery for his mines, which he will work in an extensive manner. J. D. Pattee has purchased the hardware business of G. W. Anderson & Son. The brickwork on Jos. Brown's buildings is almost done. The brick was all made at Brown's brick yard. R. T. Barrett & Co., hardware dealers, will soon move into the building being erected by Joe. Brown on upper Main street. J. L. Stack will also occupy space in the same building. Mrs. Krand, mother-in-law of John DahI ing, has returned to Indiana after a very pleasant visit in Bozeman of several weeks. E. M. Knadler has finished his threshing and reports his oat crop 400 bushels more then he expected. At the meeting of the Epworth league last week the following officers were elected: Homer Maxwell, president; Bertha Morgan, first vice-president; Ella Lundwall, second vice-president; Estella Gibson, third vice. president; Helma Bundall. fourth vice president; George Mille, secretary; Joseph Pease, treasurer; Miss Gibson, organist. George W. Marshall hasp large herd of elk and deer in a corral here; also a fine specimen of a mountain goat, which he values at $500. At the first annual meeting of the stock holders of the new Commercial Exchange bank, held last Monday. E. Broox Martin was elected president; George Kinkel. Jr., vice-president; George L. Ramsay, cashier; George Cox, assistant cashier, and Louis Krueger, Mark Miller. Joseph Kountz, Geo. Kinkel, Jr., and E. Broox Martin. directors. The bank opened its doors for basiness on Nov. 1 in the Masonic block. Miss Amick has opened a dancing school for the winter. A musical club has been formed among the young men of the place who are music ally inclined. This is a new thing and we wish it succene. It Is now nearing election day and things are getting warm. Politics are a secondary consideration alongside of the capital ques tion, but both are receiving the closest at tention. A. J. Greenough, of Missoula. was in the valley this week buying oats to fill a gov ernment contrect at Fort Missoula. A very pleasant party was given at the residence of Rev. Brooke on Monday even ing. The Bozeman Musical club furnished some flue music, which was highly appre ciated. Nice refreshments were served. The Methodist conference, Bozeman dis trict, was held here this week. A large number of ministers from surrounding towns were present. Last Saturday Capt. Gregg, while thresh ing at Perrins' ranch, was struck by the straw tripod, which unexpectedly fell. His leg was broken and being a man 70 years of age the doctor says the accident is quite serious. Wednesday while the Turner Gaity trouti 's oar was standing on the side track here a tfeight train smashed into it almost wrecking it. Dishes and clothing were badly damaged. No one was seriously hurt though several Indies fainted. 'I om Cooney, Northern Pacific land agent, wee a visitor to Ilozeman this week. Bern Hamilton spent a day or two In Butte this week. L. B. Bunnell, D. D. Winston, H. G. Wright and it. 11. Huntington, of the lion nell-Eno Inveetrnent comonny, are in iloze man looking op property they have loanson. Decr Andrews was adjudged iunane Wednesday and ordered taken to Warm Robert Winters and Oce Steffens re turned Wednesday from a week's boat up in Gallatin basin. They got three elk and one blacktail deer. D. R. Asbury, chairman of the demo cratic central committee, went to Butte Thursday on political business. W. M. Maughan and wife returned Mon day from a tour of the sound country. They spent the week at Mrs. Maughan's home, returning to Helena Sunday. where I they will reside in the future. Mrs. Moreland, of Winnebago, Mrs. r Ruees and H. C. Maughan arrived in Boze-. man Monday night and visited Daniel Maxey and family. They left for the east Thursday evening, much pleased with Bozeman and their visit. A dance was given by the younger people Thursday evening at the Armory hall. A good time was spent by all present. The Gordon orchestra furnished the music. Friday evening the Bozeman Dancing elnb held their second club dance in the Armory hall, which was titted up for the purpose. A large number were present and danced to the fine music furnished by Gor don. The club is quite a success and the dances greatly enjoyed. Christian Delinde, who has been book keeper for Anderson & Co., hardware mer chants, is said to have skipped out after making some good colleetions. BILLINGS. Personal Mention of Prominent People of the Yellowstone Capital. BriLLeos, Nov. 5.-[Special.1-Mrs. O. F. Goddard and her children returned from Hislena Tueeday night. Romeo Hirsch has returned from college at St. Paul and is assisting his father in the dry goods store. L. P. Williston, who has been absent on a business trip for some weeks in the sur rounding country, returned Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry, of Red Lodge. returned to their home Wednesday morn ing. J. L. Ashbridge. who has been to Chicago selling cattle, returned Wednesday morn Ing. Mr. Ashbridge is a candidate on the democratic ticket for commissioner for Fergus county. Mrs. Baker, of Pontiac, Ill., is visiting her son, Don M. Baker, assistant book keeper for A. L. Babcock. Two pure blooded Arabian steeds have been imported direetly from Arabia by E.. Cameron, the Custer county borse raiser. Paul Van Cleve. who was engaged in the real estate business in the early days of the town, and is now a prosperous woolgrower at Melville, was in Billtnue early in the week on his way to Bed Lodge. Mr. Van Cleve is ri publican candidate for the house of representatives for Park county. Judge Fraser has received the sad news of the sudden death of James M. Childs, the Boston wool buyer, at Washington Oct. 22. Mr. Childs has been an annual visitor to Billings and was well known throughout Montana. Geo. M. Hatch, of Big Timber, who is running on the republican ticket for state senator for Park county, against Dr. Fox, of Red Lodge, was in town Monday night. Dr. Butler. of Park City, is here under arrest. accused of poisoning W. M. Miller. of that plaee, who came to his death about a year ago. The preliminary examination has been postponed until his counsel, Sena tor Giddard. is through campaigning. Miss Love Crampton celebrated her birth s day Monday evening by giving a very pleas wit party. Frank T. Wood, of Livingston, passed through Billings Friday night on his return from a visit to Missouri. Mr. Wood is see retary of the Livingston Electric Light I coinprhny. B. H. Mund. Judge Gose and Fred Foster I addressed a large audience in the interests of the republican party at Canyon Creek I Thursday night. Edward Wardwell, who owns a horse i ranch on the btinkingwater river in Wy. oming, left for his old home in New York last Monday night. He intends visiting relatives in Virginia and may go to Cali f fornia before his return. We have boomoer here this week from all the different towns in the race for the cap i ital. Rev. Northley Jones, of Livingston, con - ducted the morning and evening services of p 5t. Luke's last bunday. E. E. Backelor, cashier of the Stock "rowers' National bank of Miles City, who passed through Billings several weeks ago ýn his way to join a hunting party about to set out from lied Lodge, was here Friday night on his return. Liver-Eating John son acted as guide for the party. The stereopticon entertainment given at the court house Monday evening for the purpose of advertising Anaconda for the capital was well attended and much en joyed by those who were present, though it didn't make many votes. Mrs. C. Wustum, with her neice, Mise Etta North, took the east-bound train Thursday night. They will be absent for a year and during that time will make their home at Racine. Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Griggs have taken the house furnished and will oceupy it during the absence of Mrs. Wustum. MISSOULA. Several Pleasant Social Events-Thompson Falls Townsite. MiassouLA, Nov. 5.-[Special.]-Mrs. T. H. Finnigan, of Mullen, Idaho, has been a vis itor in the city during the week. A marriage license has been granted to Jesse A. Bight and Miss Bertha E. Shark, both of Derby. Judge Marshall has been confined to his room most of the time during the week from a serious illness. This caused the suspension of business in the court. J. R. Fanlds, editor of the Stevensville Tribune, spent several days in the city this week. The Misses McCormick gave a pleasant Halloween party to a few friends Monday evening. The time-honored customs were observed, and the affair much enjoyed by those present, among whom were the Misses Worden, Knowles, Louise Worden, Crain, Noptan Straugn, West, and Messrs. W. A. Clark. of Butte, T. E. Collins, of Great Falls, James W. Forbes, of Butte. Ide, B. E. Bradley. Morgan, Blair, Germond, Strang, Witney and Hoblitzell. Miles Mix has received twenty-five Cali fornia quail. which he will turn loose near the city in the spring. They are expected to breed rat idly and make line shooting in a few yea's. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pauline celebrated their twenty-fifth anniversary at their resi dence at Grass Valley last Sunday. A sumptuous dinner was served to a number of invitel guests, amonu whom were Messrs. and Mesdames Harry Thompson, C. E. Griftin, C. B. Thompson, Fred Jones, Fred Woodford, Mrs. W. M. Bickford, Mist Edith Bickford and Miss Danway. Frank Pionty, the genial Northern Pa cific conductor, has returned from a month's vacation spent in the larger cities of the east. Miss J. M. Hanson, of Bozeman, Is t guest of friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Farrell. of Burke, Idaho, were in the city during the week. Miss Lillis Strandberg, of Victor, pail Missnoula a visit last Tuesday. L. S. Willson, of Boseman, is here look ing after the interests of his town in thi capital fight. Mat Byrnes and family came in Tuesday from New York and have gone up the Bit tar hoot valley. Mr. Byrses is the traine and manager of Marcus Daly's string o thoroughbreds. Miss C. C. Wylie. of Bozeman, has beet visiting friends in this city during thi week. J N Wilsey, right of way and lease seen of the Northern Pacific, was in Missouli Wednesday. i-to is inspecting bridges an buildings for insurance purposes. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Reinbard celebrated the lilteenth anniversary of their marriagi on Tuesday. George Smith, the Nothern Pacific opera tor. is the happy father of a bouncing gir baby. Mrs. George Dixon gave a ten part: Wednesday afternoon at tier residence Ii south Missoula to a nuihber of her Ind, friends. The aftair wns very much enjoyer by the guests, who were Meadwsuos Parsons 11ickwell, r. J. Coffee, E. B. spencer, En right, Ralelgh, Arthur Tilly, Frank Thomas Fred Kurd, MAin Grrace Crain and Mis Jackson. The Thompson Falls 'l'owntets compan made final proof li the Missoula land ot tiee on Thursday to the Thompson Fall townsite. This case became somewhat noted through the effort of several parties I to jump she townsite by locating fire obay claims covering the business portion of the town. DEER LODGE. Several Political Meetings to Wind up the Campaign. DEER LonGE, Nov. 6.- [Special.] - The week has been a quiet one considering we are on the eve of a national upheaval. William Kennedy spoke in she court house to a small audience Wednesday evening, declaring he had found at last a political Utopia in the people's party. Caldwell Edwards, of Granite, made a very stirring speech the same evening on the same sub ject. The capital question is still on deck and Deer Lodge is for Deer Lodge to the man. The Anaconda devil-fish has not yet secured this town in its slimy folds. In social circles occurred a pleasant event. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hyde received a large number of their friends in their ele gant home on Missouri avenue on Friday evening. Delicious refreshments were served during the evening. The fire companies contemilate giving a a grand ball here on Thanksgiving eve. Mra. Leopold Schmidt was a guest in Butte Wednesday. H. G. Valiton came down from Butte Thursday on a short visit with his family. Mrs. Asa Cornforth is receiving a visit from her friend, Mrs. Bundy. Miss Ella Knowles was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Peterson during her stay in the city. Miss Katie Bielenberg returned from a visit to her friend, Miss Ada Roberts, of Helena, Wednesday. Col. Geo. Morse, of New Chicago, is mak ing handsome additions to his property on Rainbow avenue, preparatory to removing to Deer Lodge this fall. Mrs. Margaret Evans returned from Hel ena last Sunday. Miss Alice MsAndrews has returned to Butte. J. H. Duffy, the irrepressible attorney. was down from Butte Friday. Mrs. H. F. 'litus, of Philipeburg, came over Friday and is a guest, with her chil dren, of Mrs. Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. Brazleton were guests in Butto the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. S Kenyon, who are now residents of Bozeman the Beautiful, have been visiting at Judge J. Y. Buttorton's home this week. Wm. E. Albright, of Stone Station, is visiting his family in Deer Lodge this week. Mrs. E. C. Freysohlag, of Philipsburg. will be a guest of Mrs. Hattie Aspling tins week. Miss Burns, of Anaconda, a student at Montana college, spent Saturday at her home. Johnny Morony. candidate for clerk on the democratic ticket, was in Granite Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Turner, of ktaceiTrack, was in town last Saturday. E. Girard, of Warm Springs, was busy in town Wednesday. Mrs. A. K. Bowden and Mrs. Curtis, of Garrison, were in the city Wenesday. Miss Wood, of Helena, who has had charge of the telephone olioe for several weeks, has returned to her home. Rev. James Reid was in Helena Monday. Mrs. Thos. Morgan moved into Mrs. L. A. Dakin's house this week. Mr. Morgan is employed at present by the J. T. Casroll cosmprny in Anaconrdas. Miss Margaret Wolfe has been in Helena during the present week. Miss Katie Burns is visiting relatives in Butte. ,ohn MlcMahon was in Elliston Tuesday. J. F. Br seletun and J. B. McMasters were in Granite this week. Dr. Minuhall was in Warm Springs last Sundav. Dec 14lns, of Butte, was in town Tues Mrs. A. U. Taylor was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Iains in Butte this wnck. Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Mills were in Butte Monday. Mrs. Traphagen was the guest of Butte friends for a few days. George Meedonsid. of Butte fame, was t in town Sunday with his dogs. Miss Alberta Birchard, of Helena, now has charge of the telephone office. The ladies of the Christian church have prepared a pleasing programme, consietinu of music, recitations, ste., for this evening (Nov. 6) at the church. All are earnestly invitedto be present. Thomas Morgan spent last Sunday with his family. C. X. Larabie and wife, of Fairhaven, were guests at S. E. Larabie's Wednesday. LEW ISTOWN. Two Accidents From Unsafe Roads-Two Fights During the Week. LEwISTOWN. Nov. 3.-[Special,]-Last Sunday evening as Mrs. Margaret Leard and son were returning home after church, their hotses shied at the narrow place near the Dailey stone quarry, and they were thrown down the embankment and Mrs. Leard was instantly killed and Will badly hurt. They were taken back to their friend. Mrs. Quimbey, in town, and Mrs. Leard was buried from there on Tuesday. The funeral was largely attended, and great sorrow ex pressed for Mr. Leard, who was able to be out. This terrible affair should attract the attention of the road commissioners to their duty of making roads safe, and put ting railing at such dangerous places. A few days ago, Mrs. Ralston and Miss Stockwell were driving and they were thrown out of the cart, and Miss Stockwell was badly bruised. Mrs. Ralston's little girl's foot was dislocated. The Teachers' institute begins to-day with a fair attendance. George W. Jackson, of Helena. is in town attending to piano and ogan matters. Miss Anna Watson, of Minneapolis, who has been spending a few months with her sister, Mrs. Charles Powell, left on Tues day for her home. During the past week two flhts relieved the eurplus feelinus of businens men and politicinns. Mr. Vrooman, of the Argus, and Mr. Cleary bad an encounter, and N. M. Erickson and it. E. Hamilton settled an account with their fists, together with some clerical help. T. C. Power & Bro. are moving into the Laux building. HEART . DISEASE 1--.nil d"'me'ii, l"T"'t Arms., heo t Brecth, t ppreieon. Asihmn,,. Swol nlen. Ankles, Wea co. nd einotlitriat l~ela 5). opey. Win is n Rtor,,,s,', -te... ur,, cured by ODR. MILES' NEW HEART CURE. 1st. A. F. itin vI, t~itter f'rent, Ne~it., afr tal tlng four nbttles M' t II AItTnti ( it Oer.t better IntO aitl for tifteve n vrsine. 'n Fr tlhirtr yvtt tronnt edl witt 1itnrt taliwo': two aityludt of D R. MILES' HEART CURE cortI nnt.- Levi M.1galt, Iteoun1. AITth." N. It. St t le, Wenv DtRtit, Mi.E, ies tDIAt. DR. MILES' HEART CURE fbr eln l or . u egos.i lts. Melv. Jo ii lta ttetltlmeg, unle, wtsn Ill fOr 1.1 yetart with Cleanr iilnae,or itail tot litre tonce hellp. 11v441 l liquid fwd: tued Or. Miles' HPt rt Cure enot allpl.let leftiiter : ontat ttteittuttttttter. Iltitne fotr fiteelt.. pers het. ,nltt\.rli...l, 'nvltt.l. p~tltution f ltt.. MI trl, tonot tnewtr tt trmd linti cove hiet re, untirl I1,1 trell j~tn., n1,.' M;,, eri eCu(.re: It worked woo..ertttlly tnit giv enolo. intant totlrtlr endi hlpet. i to.. rt,,'erOilis' r"ot,. meetnl Ithis tnivlnolut to all wit. etttter aitty kl..d of Meant Itlsneneg, Mi. It. SIUItIIANIt, t' rvenv'tlle, Vexes. Tlhe tetTi of vntir ,Vew Rea..nloe t'n, Is nnnleratl. 01 ii, 1:\'A iltUetoi1ht, lteeiretyor. Itown, Slhid 410 a positive guaranien'. DR. MILES' MEDICAL CO., Eikhart, Ind. Sold by all tir uggisie. A. K. PRESCOTT 4DLXS t INa farble and Granite MONUMENTS 4ANl) HEADSTONES. Meastag. Moeateas. Urs Liebi & Co. WORLD DISPENSARY. Ban Francisco, Kansas City sad Chicage. Have treated amare cases snceesefully than all others, similar In name, combined. Have established PERMANENT OFFICES AT 13 Main St., Helena, NOVELTY BLOCK. The rapidly increasing number of patients ia Montana demand greater facilities and accom modations, to meet which iera Liebig & Co. have established otficee in this city. 'I hey will be in chat g of a duly authorized r.presentative, who will report all complicated cases to the head itlice, where complo:e records are kept of all cason and the treatment adopted. Each branch having its specialist, no one physician sad never less that five experienced specialiate lava a consultation on every case presented. Having thousands to refer to, comparisone are readily made. No experimenting--simply ap plying the treatmrient that has times without number proved boar esful. This to the aeoret of their success and the reasen srck marvelous curse as heretofore reported lave been made after the hest local physicians pronounling them hopelessly ,n urable. ME IN Chronic atleetione. whether frn m early ndlle cre'iene, Veneeral Exre.ccs, ventinet Weakness loon of Meaho d, ttvltlilis end ether alleoti inc unnittin, them froot enloywtg any f the p sar nres oftlfe tread co t nIreid after aheioute failure li nil rO: t'. I ebw& t'o.'s repntv tion for their iuparalbled suteveso in Iteatons tlb Diseases ~f Metn is world wide, and they have iatients in all parts of it. scJOME TT.. Their specialist for a e-tionv ,t wooten lais lately teturnae fhoton utoile, havinc all the latest aptlatoee ant er ditte a-ed n the prct ipli' howp.tae and is without a elperlor on the Ss. rsAlt 10, and kindred affections of the lye. Ear, Throat sol I no-,e etic tt 1 treated and in a manner iii mildly asto be acteptable is tieS mn at. delica e cud. lPratee for pleat lhrfotr.itinv. Club Feet, etc. manufaetured. >atisfaytion guaratlteet. Dra. Itebig & Co. will visit Marysville the 13th and 1 jIb, Pil ilpaburg the llti and litth, Orane t e 111th and 17th, and Miesouela the 18th and 19ths of each month tsnsultation Free. tall or address. Ban Francioco, 400 Gear, Latto. 8 broadway; helena. 1St )lain. A ILAAR BUtTMONl.-IN THEri JURTItE'I court of butokarte township, Lewis ens (larke cuny,t state of Montana. before L ltarotble. justice of the pranes. t. toauby plaintiff. vs. l'ter Itokinson, de fendant. lie state of Montana to the above named do fondant, greeting. o are hereby snat msoned to be and appea before roe, L lsofble a juotlee of the peace, a cmy office in Vast liehna. within ten days afte the ttnt tletion of the 1nbticatlen ef thus sum lililia, to-wit . after Nov. a. tegt, tht5 en thjet to mieke answer Io the complaint of 16. Canbi the aheve named plalatiff, in a oivil aefien relover the sum of twenty-fear dlre en. ninety eight cells. for ocie and use- meaths house reat and account of J. 1. Iayes fe goods anti merchandllrll said geode, merehec t.Idis ant use of boos having been tcare t Idefenilsot at hi15 specila instance end veaeet. And in default thereof judgment wile re. d aasti oi. Fe iokiaoa. the ahee Inamoell dsfendadt. fori the sum of tweut tfoo Idotllars anld ntn~y~eight cenote ($l4.91), andi cost of soil in this behalf s pendsd. Gilven under my hasnd this 13th d y fOtn A. 1). lewd. T.