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OF THE STATE. V n c"1. Mrs. B. P. i ]. and daughter left for It. louis Friday morning. Born, at Noblevlile, Nov. 7, 189, to the wife of Jaoob Stelner, a son. Rev. Mr. Mounatoy held servloes at the Chrietian hall. Masonic building, at U o'olock Sunday morning and 7:30 In the evening. M. Matland and Chu. Buford started for the upper Madison last Wedneeday on a hunting expedition in quest of bear and other small same. Married, at the Madison house, Vir nlaia City, Thursday evenns, Nov. 16, SJ. vH. Dvls, justice, Daniel . Bales to Loulse L. Lemere, both of Twin Bridges. The district court nonvened Monday with quite a large calendar, comprialng twenty-five civil actions and five erim Inal cases. Miss McLaughlin, a young lady teacher from Butte, Is teachlng in the Ennis district. A large number of cattle have been sold and taken out of the valley thin tall. Julius Robhl harvested IN apples from a seedling tree which grew from a seed accidentally deposited un~er the walls of his residence on Wallace street. The fruit will average twelve Inches In ctrcumaerenoe and in of fine flavor, Henry Smith died at Pony on the id from cancer of the throat. Smith was formerly employed In Gohn's meat market and is the man who lost a por tion of his feet and some of his lngers by beina trosen in a blltard while on a trip to Bannack. The alarm of fire turned In at 7:30 o'clock Sunday morning was occasioned by the burning of a sqall frame build ing situated In the tear of Frank Prasoh's blacksmith shop. The build ing had been ocupied by Chas. Gray and Jan. Hamilton, the former of whom lost his clothes, beddlng, etc., and the latter a complete prospecting outfit., consieting of pack maddles, tools and, in fact, all his posseesions except a ride which happened to be loaned at the time. Mrs. Andrew Leboo left for St. Paul Wednesday. The Shields residence Is about ready for occupancy. J. M. Madden and wife have gone to Hamilton to live. Miss Belle Demars. of Butte, visited Yrs. Burg during last week. James F. Lansing, of Butte, has taken a position at the lower works ooee. Miss Nadeu, of Butte, bas been vie Sting her sister. Mrs. It. Jesa. Mrs. W. S. Hwes returned Thwrsday from California. General Manager Buras, of Men tan Union, has gone to Baltimore on a visit to 'his famil. Mrs. Murray B. Miles, of Misseoula who has been visiting friends In Ana conda for several weeks, left for her home. * Among the thlngs Anaconda It to have is a business men's club and a board of trade as soon as sitable quar ters can be obtained. Max Heberlein, who recently arrived here from Great Falls, occupies the position of receiver of copper at the smeltlng works. He represents the Lswlesohns, who are the present pur chasers of the Anaeonda produdt. One of the frst Improvements to the city next year will be a new opera house. It will be located directly across from the Montana hotel. A portion of the ground floor will be set apart for store buildings. The plans are already here and were eanmined during the Week. The old brick building formerly used I*- RTHUR P.' CURTIN'S. I I MAMMOTH EXCLUSIVE Announcement. -FURNITURE HOUSE. Intending purchasers in our lines will find it to their in- M USIC HO U Sl terest to call and examine our immense stocks. We are the largest shippers in our respective lines in the state of Mon tana. We occupy as salesrooms only, five immense floors, PIANOS, FURNITURE, extending through. the entire block from Jackson to Main CARPETS, street. We occupy five floors, seventy feet front, extending ORGANS, trom Grand to Breckenridge street, for reserve stock and the SHEET MUSIC. LL PR. wholesale trade. We buy from the manufacturers direct for SPOT CASH ONLY. We handle no goods on consignment. We make straight carload shipments. We carry high-priced Me *can i House Furnishing Goodsm goods, medium-priced goods and low-priced goods. We can Hou e Furnishing Goods. please everybody. We want your business, and if good goods, good work, prompt attention and low prices will win, we will sell you every time. Bedroom, Parlor, Office and Dining Room Furniture, Very respectfully, ARTHUR P. CURTIN. Steinway Pianos, Sohmer Pianos, Briggs Pianos, Wegt Couches, Divans, Turkish Chairs, Rockers, Book Cases, man Pianos, Mason & Hamlin Organs, Newman Bros.' Parlor Desks, Reed and Rattan Goods, Easels, Pedestals, Pic- Organs, Clough & Warren Organs, Music Boxes, Piano tures, Frames, Mouldings, Window Shades, Draperies, Cor- Lamps, Violins, Guitars, Music Cabinets, Banjos, Mandoline, nice Poles, etc. Comforts, Blankets, Mattresses and Bedding. Piano and Organ Stools, Piano Covers and Scarfs. 0 o ° NO. 4 NORTH JAOKSON. NO. 6 NORTH JACKSON. - ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S S- .-Bed Rook Second Hand Furniture House - Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Bedding of All Kinds. The goods in this department were formerly sold on the installment plan and returned, and are, in the main, good as new. NO. 12 NORTH JAOKSON STREET. for oMeep y the Aaaeondas omna, and mare reostlry s edg grn f the oloered help at the betel, e undeolan .oVation for free publ libr, y. Is undestaod Mrs. Hearst, widow of the late Seater Hearst has made a very handsome gift to this oity for the erec tion of a suitable library building and for books. The building will be con structed nest u.plrl and Is intended to be the Montana monument to the mem ory of Senator Hearst. The long-standlgm dead-lock over the election of a prelident of the r",unoll wan broken by the mayor exerti is his right to vote on a tie. Alderman Han lay was elected over Alderman WII liams. At the regular meeting of the Deer Lodge county Trades and Labor as sembly, held Tuesday evening last, George Elaton was elected president to fill the unexpired term, vies J. H. Hoy, reslEned. Edward I0benbeck was elected to fill the oMoe of vice preeldent, made vacant by the eleotion of George lston president. E. M. Erler was elected to fill the omee of recording sec rotary, vice C. H. Green, resigned. Llvlngston. Mrs. D. Short has returned from St. Paul. Pay Ransom is back from a week's sojourn at Hunter's Hot Springs. John B. Stuff, of the Enterprise, Dis. trlet Clerk J. A. Balkly and Al Crowell are back tfrm a week's hunting in the Boulder country. Ingineer Cameron has gone to Min nesota in response to a telegram con veying the intelligence of his mother's serious illness. William U. Wright and wife left Sat urday for Ontario, Cal., to spend the winter. C. N. Sargent, the Gardiner merchant, was in Livingston last week. anm Schott and wife returned Wednesday from a week's visit in Hel ena. Misses Joey Penn, Austa Bowers and Lulu and Plirenoe Ballinger were Hel ena visitors last Monday. Attorney Sydney Fox returned Mon day from a few days' visit in Helena George M. Miles, of Miles City, spent Bunday with his brothers in Livinston. Prancis Irvine and wife, of Big Tim ber, were Livinlmton visitors last week. W. A. Hall, P. M., of Cinnabar, was viewing the sights last week. L. 8. Taylor and wife arrived from Horr Tuesday, and Mrs. Taylor left for California to spend the winter. C. H. Itebbins has gone to Boston and will take a course at the law de partment of the Boston university. James and Alex Martin bled them selves into the moqntains several days ago and sent down for a four-horse team with which to haul their game home. Extensive arrangements are being made for a grand Thanksgiving ball at Hefferlin opera house, under the ausplces of the A. O. U. W. lodge and ladies of the Deree of Honor. Attorney W. H. Poorman was a vi. Itor at Hunt's Hot Spriangs the first of the week. Ms. J. W. Selvidge returned Sunday from a visit with Helens friends. Mrs. Prank Hutchins was pleasantly surprised last Monday, on the annivet eary of her birth, by the assembling at her house of about twenty ladles. The afternoon was agreeably spent and a dainty lunch contributed to the enjoy ment of the occasion. At the last meeting of the Yellow stone club the debated question wast "Resolved, that women should be al lowed the right of suffrage." The at firmative was championed by Mes dames Joy, Collins, Monesl, Jones and cheuber, while the negative was taken by Mesdames Wright. Shaw, Alton and inues McDermott and Jacobs. los-e good arguments were advanced, both pro and con, but the affrmative side was decided by the judgea, Messrs. Imitth, Bqrry Und Grace. to have won the day. The next ueeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. P. . Monical, when Mrs. Shaw will read a paper on "Hard Times." PALPITATIO F TIIE HEART. Shortnaess of Breath, Swell. lag of Logs sad PIet. for about four years I was troa~ bled with palpitation of the heart, shortness of breath and swelling of the ls and foeet. At times I would faint. I was tresated b the best phy lelas in Bavannah, s., with no ro. liet. I then tried various Springs, without benefit. Finally I tried Dr. Miles' Heart Cure also his Nerve and Liver Pills 4A ter by n tto thaUem 11J b ar! I continued ang them and I am now in batter health than for many years. Blace mreaovery I have gaineld Itty pounds n weight I hope this state. mne.t mna be of value to some poor IL s UTTON, Wars station. . ' 5.. l by asln druggioes ta. . ,old by al drug8/sts. HoRSESHoER FOR THE IV =2% W -W Elntk 1k CUU MNINrW-D. Of heM wt w canMeee~fý h Ificob " Dean. Ut. Pa, Mime., saG Klnneapoltu Iron Itore }. Mlnneapolu MLin., Gnral Agmaimb r the North 'cot Eteaks . . .. Bress Gooeeds ... GRAND SPEGIAL WEEI ... THE NEW YORK ORY G00DS STORE'S N--- OVEMBER OFFERINGS--- A CIARMING display of Jackets, Golf Capes, and Wraps of every description. A rich display of Silks and Dress Goods. Splendid Novelties received each day. To out of town Ladies: Send for samples. Delight awaits for elegance of styles. Surprise awaits you for the marvelous low price. ALLWOOLMAYSTUAT.PLAIDS, LASOMETHIIG NW--JUST RECEIVLS 38 inches. This week............ 35c SOMETIN EW--JUST RECEIVED ALL WOOL CIIEVIOT-New Designs, 38 inches. This week................ 4oc Newmarkets With Golf Cape and ALL WOOL CHEVIOT - Snowflake Hood Attached. Patterns, 38 inches. This week ....... 5oc This is a beautiful garment-pronounced by connoisseurs as the most stylish of this sea son's productions. Ladies, don't fail to visit EMNa TS OF SILKS us this week. Don't fail to see this garment, and above all things don't fail to procure one. so It. Cold winter weather is very suggestive. This Newmarket is just the thing for complete dress, and comfort. SHORT .LENGTHS OF DRESS Ladles' Chinchilla Walking Coats GOODS. and Jackets. Adorable styles. You will be disconsolate the rest of the season if you neglect the seeing to say nothing of the buying-of one of these garments. They are simply lovely. Our two centre tables in the Dress Goods aisle are more than inviting this week. Imagine the Ready Made ulits--House rich Silks here exposed to view-in all lengths Wrappers. from one yard to almost a complete Dress Pat- Ladies' Suits in Black, Navy, Dark Green, tern. Bargains and values-happlness and de- Tan and Grey. We guarantee 'te the t of all ,pready made Suits. All dtrtidon made free light to the buyer. The second table contains a Suits. A a made ree fortune in remnants of Dress Goods. Black Our stock of Outing Fldanel Wrappers is colors and opera shades in all lengths are offered immense. All sizes, all prices. Remember here at any and every price. these are elegant in ftting. COonversation in Scandinavian. French and German -- New York Dry Goods Store. 48, 50 and 52 South Main St., Helena, Montana.